Nadia Vidinova, The Courier

Nadia Vidinova

The Courier

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Nadia:

Why we've gained weight during lockdown and what to do about it

A Scottish dietitian and a Slimming World consultant talk us through lockdown eating habits and and what we can do to keep our weight healthy. → Read More

Best of Local: Where to buy seasonal fruits and vegetables during lockdown

A round up of ten fruit and vegetable shops open during the lockdown in Tayside, Fife and the north of Scotland. → Read More

Why frozen food is cool again and how to store it safely

The Britis Frozen Food Federation has noted an increase in frozen food sales during lockdown and gives advice on how to store it safely. → Read More

History of the picnic and recipe ideas for socially-distanced outdoor feasts

A brief history of the picnic and picnic recipes suitable for social distancing. → Read More

How to cook rice to perfection – and why most of us have been doing it wrong

How to cook rice and common mistakes to avoid. → Read More

One pot recipe: How to make a super-easy chicken and vegetable casserole

How to make an easy chicken and vegetable Gyuvech casserole. → Read More

Best of Local: 10 independent fishmongers offering fresh produce during lockdown

Ten independent fishmongers open for business during lockdown in Tayside and the north of Scotland. → Read More

Malnutrition: Scotland's hidden food issue and how to spot the signs

A dietitian on the Eat Well Age Well project tells us why malnutrition is a worry during lockdown, how to recognise the signs and what to do if you're concerned about someone. → Read More

National Biscuit Day: A look at ten of Scotland's favourite biscuits

A look at Scotland's most popular biscuits on National Biscuit Day 2020. → Read More

Easy Bakes: Fife baker shares delicious gin muffin recipe

Baker Mary-Jane Duncan, who won the The Courier Menu Food and Drink ambassador award in 2019, shares her simple recipe for "grown-up" muffins. → Read More

Season's Eatings: Why we should be going wild for dandelions

Here's how to forage dandelion and a recipe to make honey. → Read More

Bring the holiday vibe to your home with these easy summer salad recipes

How to make easy summer salads using simple vegetables. → Read More

Best of Local: Our guide to the artisan bakeries open for business

You can continue to enjoy freshly-made bread and cakes with our guide to the businesses continuing to operate. → Read More

It's wine o'clock: Virtual tasting sessions take the country by storm

A Scottish events organiser and a wine merchant tell us why online tastings have proven to be a corker during lockdown. → Read More

Italian cuisine made easy: Copy Prezzo's Calzone with this simple recipe

Gousto's easy recipe shows you how to whip up this three-cheese Italian favourite with cupboard ingredients, similar to one from Prezzo. → Read More

The science behind why we crave junk food

Food experts explain what goes into junk food and whether we can end up addicted to the ingredients, or if it's the taste that keeps us going back for more. → Read More

Sober lockdown: Why Scots are going wild for alcohol-free spirit Feragaia

Bill Garnock, co-founder of Scotland's first distilled alcohol-free spirit, tells Nadia Vidinova about the success behind the product and the best ways to drink it. → Read More

Looking for something to do with the kids? How to grow plants from food scraps

Stuck for ideas to entertain the kids during lockdown? Look no further than your kitchen cupboards. → Read More

Best of Local: Get your cheese fix from artisan vendors delivering to your door

For many of us cheese is the ultimate comfort food, whether it’s a mature Cheddar, a soft Brie or a strong-flavoured Stilton. → Read More

Why locally-produced fruit and veg boxes are enjoying new-found popularity

Independent food suppliers in Dundee and north of Scotland tell Nadia Vidinova about the boom in popularity of vegetable boxes. → Read More