What has four thumbs, two mics and a burning disappointment towards Gabrielle Hamilton? This bonus episode of W(h)ine Time.
Amanda & Kate analyse and unpack the absurd and confusing actions of Gabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman to stand by Ken Friedman (and, by default, Mario Batali).
This podcast is hosted and produced by Amanda Stanley and Kate Bailey. All our jingles and visuals were created by artist and musician, Sarah J Stanley (HQFU).
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Our fourth episode features acclaimed chef, author and Emmy Award winner, Gabrielle Hamilton.
Gabrielle is currently working on the follow up to her New York Times bestselling memoir, 'Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef' and joined Fermentations on the phone for a conversation about her new book, her future plans for her NY restaurant PRUNE, the gastronomy industry, feminism in the kitchen and of course, the art of knowing yourself.
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Consider this bonus episode a Corporate Cop meets W(h)ine Time special, whereby Amanda and KB take the time to reflect on the live podcast event with Ruby Tandoh, the beauty of International Women’s Day, and the joys of large corporations jumping on such days to make a quick buck (Read: Brewdog’s Pink IPA).
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Our third episode is a live recording of Ruby Tandoh in conversation with Laura Waddell, discussing her new book Eat Up! A book about food, appetite, and eating what you want, alongside some of the challenging discourses society is having about food, and ourselves.
Ruby Tandoh is an author and journalist who writes for, among others, the Guardian, Elle and Vice. A finalist on the 2013 Great British Bake Off, she has published two cookery books, Crumb and Flavour. Laura Waddell is a...
Our second episode features academic and food journalist Aida Baghernejad. Aida has written for publications like Munchies, TIPP, Intro and Mit Vergnügen. Aida is currently completing her PhD on street food markets and small scale-economy at the King’s College London and the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. Her work explores questions of food, entrepreneurship, social change, alternative economies and urban development. In conversation with Aida we delve into the topic of cultural...
In this first episode we talk to the head chef and co-owner of Kin Dee, Dalad Kambhu. Dalad and her work has been featured in the New York Times, Munchies, Wallpaper* Magazine to name but only a few. In our conversation we discuss flavour, the realities of kitchen life, and the taste of home. KB also talks zero calories in the first instalment of our Corporate Cop feature.
This podcast is hosted and produced by Amanda Stanley and Kate Bailey. All our jingles and visuals were created by...
This is a podcast exploring the intersections between gender and gastronomy.
Fermentations is created between Glasgow and Berlin by Amanda Stanley and Kate Bailey.
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Music & Imagery by HQFU / Sarah J Stanley.
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