From Estate to Plate – Roxburghe Foodie Experience

By | Nov 5, 2010

The Roxburghe Estate which includes the Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course is enticing visitors to visit and explore the delights of their restaurants as well as the treasures of Floors Castle through an innovative web development.

Food provenance is a hot topic for discussion as diners, producers and consumers debate the benefits of buying and eating local produce and reducing their food miles. The distinctiveness of so many olive oils, spices, fruits and specialist regional foods from around the globe will ensure international food trading for many year come. But being able to trace the origins of your food from source to table is an important factor for consumers who prefer to ‘eat local’ if similar indigenous products are available. Many restaurants including the Roxburghe hotel restaurant menus now list the provenance of their meat and fish and we are encouraged to look for UK supermarkets clearly mark their

Roxburghe Estate Food Provenance

The Roxburghe Estate, perhaps the largest in Scotland, is the source of much of the food used in the Castle and at the Roxburghe Hotel.

From lamb to game, from fish to local cheese and diary products – the new web site from Roxburghe Estate entitled ‘From Estate to Plate‘ is a new entry into this niche of food provenance.

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