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One of the largest Peckham's branches, it's something of a godsend for local, independent food in an area dominated by supermarket chains. Peckham's make their own bread and eye-popping cakes, cheesecakes and tarts in a bakery in Glasgow, and this outlet is particularly strong on deli meats and cheeses. Many of the latter are Scottish, as is the bulk of the varied beer selection, which sits next to a select few shelves of wine. A few tables line up along the windows, hidden from the rest of the shop, for stopping over some good coffee and a cake. You're unlikely to do your weekly shop here, but it can certainly be happily supplemented with the finer things in life.
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Best shops to buy condiments for Christmas8 Dec 2016
Where to pick up sauces, vinegars and chutneys in Glasgow and Edinburgh
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Taste Test: Cider9 Jul 2009
Thistly Cross Cider Belhaven Fruit Farm, from Edinburgh Farmers’ Market and Cornelius Beers and Wines, 18–20 Easter Road, Edinburgh, £2.70 •••• Scotland’s first cider from the makers of Belhaven Fruit Ice, this cider is described as ‘Scottish and…