Angus chefs are being urged to get their knives out to enter the Seaside Chef of the Year competition.
The contest aims to help change public perception of food served by the seaside. Entries close on September 1. To be in with a chance of winning, chefs have to submit a three-course menu, based on local produce along with a 200 words on why they deserve the title. For more, visit http://ow.ly/M4Wuv.