We've picked out some of the best Scottish food and drink events not to miss this month.

Waverley Market @ Platform 2 – Edinburgh

5th, 12th, 19th, 26th February

(Behind the ticket office inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh, EH1)

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Overy fifty stalls set up in Waverley Station by Local Motive Markets; an exciting market that brings variety, passion, and creativity of small local businesses under one roof.

Luss Pancake Races & Bake Off – Loch Lomond

9th February 

(Luss Village Playing Field, Luss, Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, G83 8NZ)

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This pancake Tuesday, Luss are inviting residents and visitors alike to take part in this fun event.

For those who don’t want to do the running there is the pancake making competition between the professional chefs and all comers, a kilted dash pancake race and a hotel chef cook off and many other races.

Join those who live and work in the beautiful Loch Lomondside village in their fun and games. The wooden spoons, frying pans and running shoes are at the ready.

The Wee Food Tour – Glasgow 

2nd, 9th, 16th February

(Various venues around Glasgow)

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Take a Wee Food Tour of Glasgow and sample the best Scottish cuisine the city has to offer.

Covering the West End, East End and Merchant City in Glasgow you visit six independent restaurants and sample over 20 foods and snacks all made, produced and eaten in Scotland.

From each ticket, £5 is donated to our local food banks because we feel that nobody in our community should go to bed hungry.

Portobello Farmers’ Market – Edinburgh

6th February

(Brighton Place, Edinburgh, EH15)

Set on the first Saturday of the month – starting at 9.30am and closing at 1.30pm – and held in Brighton Park, not far from Portobello’s High Street, this market sells everything from organic fruit and vegetables to fresh fish and baked goods.

The pitt – Edinburgh

27 February

(125 Pitt Street, EH6 4DE)

The pitt returns for its first major event in 2016 and if you haven’t been yet, what are you waiting for? Some of the best upcoming street food vendors such as Jones & Son Bespoke BBQs, Babu Bombay Street Kitchen, barnacles & bones and Rost will be attendance, and should you require some great drink to compliment all of this amazing food then Barney’s Beer and Smith & Gertrude have you covered. Kids (until 8pm) and dogs welcome.

Cask & Coats – Glasgow

17 February

(Apex, 110 Bath Street, G2 2EN)

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A completely new experience in taste and design with textile specialist Alan Moore of ten30 and Ewan Henderson of Scotch Both Events, presenting a unique tasting to explore the story of the Clo Mor (Harris Tweed) in textures and sensations.
This event is designed to challenge perceptions weaving Scotland’s iconic products with the physiology & psychology of taste.

Includes 4 iconic whiskies from Douglas Laing, 4 canapes and live experiements in a brand new experience.

 

 

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