kevin Nowbaveh

Articles by kevin Nowbaveh:

Thomas Chalmers: Portrait of a Young Man

Thomas Chalmers, Scotland’s greatest 19th century churchman; a friend told about the statue on George Street and I decided to investigate his history.

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Ibérica

On Hope Street lies the hero of our story, Nacho Manzano’s Ibérica, in the heart of Glasgow city.

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Inside Fhior

Towering food and wine that are affordable to the broader public? The food and wine at Edinburgh’s Fhior are ethical, sustainable, the latter coming unmediated from craft producers.

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The Ashmaan

The Ashmaan: Heaven’s Gateway in Linlithgow.

I’ve heard so many good things about this place.

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Beecraigs – Adventures in Wonderland

Entering Beecraigs, there’s a viewing platform made from wood.  Climbing the stairs: to the right, we have rolling hills, shapes in the distance, the Forth, the new road bridge.  Fields with black-faced sheep.  A thick frost.

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Edinburgh Mosque Kitchen

A Love/Love Relationship.

Following my appetite, I wander the High Street. A few of us file through the doors of The Edinburgh Mosque Kitchen, and straightaway, there’s a wall of olfactory goodness: braised vegetables, dahl, marsala rice, fresh naan bread.

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