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With the countdown now on for Christmas, we’ve put our Santa hats on and tried to come up with ways that Good Highland Food could make this festive period more enjoyable for you. Whether you’re planning an office party, cosy lunch or larger corporate meal, Good...

Good Highland Food are excited to have been asked to work with the team at the Speyside Whisky Festival opening dinner for the third year.  And they’ve chosen another lovely menu of local produce! Here’s some preview pics from the tasting the team did back in...

It’s wedding tasting season! We’re really enjoying meeting our wedding couples, tasting our Good Highland Food and discussing menus. Trending this year for couples with a lot of visiting guests is our Good Highland Haggis Timbale. Also our Highland Estate Venison (especially done in Chef Jim’s famous...

Last week we did a photo shoot at a new venue for Good Highland Food – Fort George. Having recently refurbished the Highlanders Museum, the team there have really brought to life the great facilities on site including the lovely chapel, the Blue Hackle Rooms within the Museum,...

We are delighted to be shortlisted as Wedding Caterer of the Year in the Scottish Wedding Awards (North). We have a fantastic selection of thank you cards from our brides and grooms and we have lots more here too. 2017 is looking to be a great year for weddings...

The Highlands of Scotland offer one of the most romantic settings for a wedding. All year round, there are fantastic venues surrounded by beautiful gardens and stunning scenery. What more could a bride and groom wish for? Well, there is still something that will make your...

Creative Oceanic are delighted to announce the finalists for the wedding specialist categories in the Scottish Wedding Awards 2017. Recognising and rewarding excellence in all aspects of business practice, the awards in their fifth year, will reward the talent and expertise of those in the...

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