Virtual Highland 2020
We may not be physically on the grounds this year at Ingliston welcoming you all into our tent at the Highland, but who says we can’t give you a bit of entertainment at home? Whilst we know it won’t fully replace the social aspect, we hope you can get your households together for a bit of fun in the kitchen or on the couch!
See our event programme below with all activities launching over the show weekend, including cooking and butchery demonstrations, to fun quizzes and educational games.
Thursday 18th June 2020
We are kicking off our Virtual Highland 2020 with a pre-recorded Q&A with Fergus Ewing MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy.
Thank you to everyone who sent questions in (the most common ones were posed to Mr Ewing) and thank you to Mark Stephen for hosting.
Join us for our virtual Industry Breakfast (hope you've brought your own bacon roll), where we have a message from Alan Clarke, QMS Chief Executive and Kate Rowell, QMS Chair
Watch on the link below:
Friday 19th June 2020
Fork, knife, camera, action! Are you ready to cook along with the incredibly talented chef, Daniela's Kitchen at our Virtual Highland 2020? Daniela is bringing us some delicious Scotch Beef fajitas - perfect for the whole family. Who's getting the kids involved?
As part of our #virtualhighland2020 our Health & Education Team at QMS are pleased to launch the ‘Know your Cuts’ game.
See if you can match the cuts of meat to the correct part of the cow, sheep or pig. Knowing where your meat comes from can help you match the correct cut to the right recipe and create mouth-watering dishes.
Play here - https://education.qmscotland.co.uk/
Saturday 20th June
Let's hear it for the lorne! We're excited to be partnering with the fantastic Jak O'Donnell to launch Aldi Scotland's brand new Scotch Lamb Lorne Sausage Specialbuy! A delicious twist on the breakfast favourite, it's not just for fry ups, as Jak proves with her mouthwatering recipe for lamb lorne hash. That's Sunday brunch sorted, available while stocks last
Next up on our Virtual Highland 2020 is our Butchery Demo with Patricks of Camelon. Today head butcher Mark Ramsey is showcasing his skills and taking us through the process of how we get our lamb cuts from the butcher and why they use Scotch Lamb in their shop.
Sunday 21st June We're back for the final day of our Virtual Highland 2020. We are handing it over to Kate Rowell, Chair of QMS who will be announcing the winner of the Farm Kid Diaries series. This initiative has been a huge success and one that will continue, but for now let's find out who the lucky winner is! https://youtu.be/We1qm8kqO2k
As part of our Virtual Highland 2020, we are delighted to share a short message from Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform