We are delighted to announce a prize draw for our Research Volunteers. The Peat Inn – just named Restaurant of the Year 2010 and chef-proprietor Geoffrey Smeddle has also been named Chef of the Year 2010 at The Scottish Restaurant of the Year Awards – has teamed up with the Fife Diet to bring a very special prize.
The first 100 people to join us as a Research Volunteer will be entered in the prize-draw. Being a Research Volunteer means you are a member of the Fife Diet and committed to local eating. Of course this doesn’t mean sourcing 100% from Fife, it means engaging in local-eating research with us. You have to live in Fife or immediately surrounding area.
To join and be eligible is free and involves completing our simple online questionnaire. Go here to join as a Research Volunteer or upgrade current membership.
Your answers to the questions will help us to understand how you currently source your food. This will help us measure the impact of the project and to focus our efforts to support you in the future.
A meal at the Peat Inn is guaranteed to be a special and memorable experience!
About the Peat Inn: The Inn was put on the map over three decades ago by Chef Laureate David Wilson and has become renowned for excellent cooking and fine hospitality. It was taken over in June 2006 by Geoffrey Smeddle who continues to ensure the use of the best local and seasonal produce. It features as one of Joanna Blythman’s choices in a list of the top seasonal restaurants in Scotland and also as one of the AA’s Top 200 rated hotels.