The idea of two young people travelling across Scotland in search of its culinary history - both ancient and modern - has a certain romance.
It seems appropriate that it is Glasgow, rather than Edinburgh, that has taken it upon itself to mount the UK's first grassroots food festival and producers' market with a genuine social conscience.
IN some ways, they're a match made in heaven.
It is odd to see David Craig in the kitchen of his new cafe, all dressed up in chef's blacks.
The arrival of a pop-up porridge cafe in London's trendy Shoreditch, and the media hype surrounding it, has exposed a couple of raw nerves north of the border.