Last updated Monday January 19 at 15:07 BST
Shirley shares her recipe for The Three Chimney's signature pudding: hot marmalade pudding!
A brief history of the pub with Glasgow's longest bar, taken from 1993.
Catherine Brown visits the home of Selkirk's famous Bannock Cake and Black Bun in Scotland's Larder, A Taste of the Borders.
Catherine Brown embarks on a taste trail of the Isle of Arran, beginning at a brewery in Scotland's Larder, A Taste of Arran.
Mhairi-Ann Corrigall is invited to Skibo Castle in Dornoch to sample Craig Roland's fare.
A brief history of Glasgow's famous art deco restaurant, Rogano. Filmed in 1993.
Catherine Brown is once again visiting more small businesses specialising in fresh, local produce in Scotland's Larder, A Taste of the Borders.
Chef Craig Roland reveals the recipe for his starter of scallops with black pudding and celeriac.
Part 2: Back to the market Catherine demonstrate cooks some root vegetables and explains what makes a happy hen.
Part 1: Catherine Brown visits the local market, a scampi factory and unveils the secret of a good Scotch pie.
Award-winning Edinburgh chef Tom Kitchin serves up some Scottish dishes at Scotland Week 2008 in New York.
Matthew Hendry, Sloan's Manager, chats to Scotlandontv about this hidden gem in the centre of Glasgow.
A brief history of Glasgow's celebrated west end pub and restaurant, filmed in 1993.
Pierre Chevallier talks about the Auld Alliance and gives some tips on matching French wine with Scottish Cuisine.
A brief history of Edinburgh's esteemed culinary destination, The Witchery. Filmed in 1993.