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The move comes after last year’s day trips across Fife and Tweedbank were reinstated at the 11th hour after being cancelled.
As one of the UK’s most exciting chefs, Tim Kitchin can be found reinventing classic haggis and tatties in the aptly named Edinburgh location The Kitchin.
In a more remote setting, Michelin starred food can be sampled at the impressive Peat Inn in Fife or Boath House in Highlands.
The Alloa trip will take around four hours and 30 minutes, starting off at 5pm.
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