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The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, featuring stories and hot topics from the world of food. From small producers to the best chefs in the world, from delightful dishes to the big issues in health, food waste and sustainability, from high-profile interviews to words of wisdom from the country’s most thoughtful food writers, the delicious. podcast explores just about everything that’s on the plate in 21st century Britain.

The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, featuring stories and hot topics from the world of food. From small producers to the best chefs in the world, from delightful dishes to the big issues in health, food waste and sustainability, from high-profile interviews to words of wisdom from the country’s most thoughtful food writers, the delicious. podcast explores just about everything that’s on the plate in 21st century Britain.
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London, United Kingdom

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The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, featuring stories and hot topics from the world of food. From small producers to the best chefs in the world, from delightful dishes to the big issues in health, food waste and sustainability, from high-profile interviews to words of wisdom from the country’s most thoughtful food writers, the delicious. podcast explores just about everything that’s on the plate in 21st century Britain.

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07930 400805


Episodes

A delicious birthday at BAFTA, 195 Picadilly

12/5/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith is at BAFTA, the legendary home of British film and television where delicious magazine celebrated its 15th birthday last month. Editor, Karen Barnes introduces the evening as readers joined her to watch the Lasse Hallstrom movie, The Hundred-Foot Journey starring Helen Mirren, followed by a four course menu inspired by the French/indian flavours in the film and matching wines.

Duration:00:15:43

The Christmas Episode!

11/28/2018
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This week, in the packed monthly magazine-style episode, Gilly Smith has been finding out about the Islamic concept of hospitality with Lebanese author, Bethany Kehdy and how to keep Christmas simple this year with Skandi food writers, Bronte Aurell and Trine Hahnemann. We find out how to make your Yule tide very cool this year with a community banquet inspired by Cardiff’s Green City Events; super-baker, Will Torrent tells us about the chocolate that keeps on giving and we've found a...

Duration:00:27:53

The one about the vegetarian sheep farmers

11/21/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith has been talking to Black Mountain vegetarian sheep farmers, Sarah Dickins and Nick Miller of Pen-y-Wyrlod Lamb at the Abergavenny Food Festival earlier this year to find out what we need to know about sourcing our high welfare the lamb for the festive season.

Duration:00:16:53

The one about Israeli food

11/14/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith is with former Ottolenghi head chefs and husband and wife team, Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer of Honey and Co to talk about the lack of women in restaurant kitchens, diaspora food and the current craze in Israeli flavours.

Duration:00:11:34

The one about Ibiza's first food festival, Amorevore

11/7/2018
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Gilly Smith is at Amorevore, the last of this year's food festivals but the first on the cool white Isle of Ibiza. She bumps into British food writers, Gill Meller and Zoe Adjonyoh, one of the festival's founders, Boris Buono, island chef, Cliff Grubin of Wild Beets and Ibizincan hotelier and restaurant owner, Victor Guasch to see how the latest story of the island is all about #authenticibiza.

Duration:00:22:33

A French Revolution in Bordeaux Wines

10/31/2018
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In this week's delicious podcast, sponsored by Bordeaux Wines UK, Gilly Smith is in the harvests of the Saint-Emilion and Lalande de Pomerol appellations, or wine regions of Bordeaux to meet a couple of young winemakers causing a bit of a revolution in the most classic of French wines. Fifteenth generation winemaker, Benoit Trocard of Clos Dubreuil, is the first ever to grow Chardonnay in Saint-Emilion while Coralie de Bouard uses new technology and grape varieties in her own vineyard just...

Duration:00:18:19

The November Episode

10/24/2018
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In this week's packed magazine-style episode, Gilly Smith meets some of the women who define modern British food; Alison Swan Parente MBE on The School of Artisan Food, and champion of British produce, Henrietta Green who celebrates 20 years of Borough Market with a suggestion for its future. Daniel Tapper of the Beak Brewery whose unique beer is made from hops grown at Borough Market, tells us about nomadic brewing, and we meet Prue Leith and her fellow judges of this year's delicious....

Duration:00:30:34

Vintage Nigella: Twenty years of How to Eat

10/17/2018
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In this special half hour extended interview, Gilly Smith talks to Nigella Lawson about the book that launched her career as the updated version of How to Eat hits the shelves twenty years on. Gilly takes her back to when the book was first conceived, finds out what Nigella thinks of gastro porn and explores how she became an icon in modern food.

Duration:00:37:08

Donal Skehan on music, baby mayhem and Meals in Minutes

10/11/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith meets blogger-turned-food writer and TV chef, Donal Skehan to find out how life as a former pop star and being a new parent inspired his latest book 'Meals in Minutes'.

Duration:00:20:42

Yotam Ottolenghi on identity, food fights and feeding the kids

10/4/2018
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More, much more of that interview with Yotam Ottolenghi with Gilly Smith from last week's episode. This week, she asks him about food identity, peace food and how to win the fight about food with his kids (spoiler alert: don't fight!)

Duration:00:20:06

The October Episode

9/27/2018
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In the monthly magazine episode of the delicious podcast, Gilly Smith finds out how food waste has become central to the cooking of both eco chef Tom Hunt and Madonna favourite, Skye Gyngell. In the first of two interviews, she talks to Yotam Ottolenghi about his new book Simple and meets fashion guru turned Spelt farmer, Roger Saul. Plus BBC radio food favourite turned TV star, Nigel Barden

Duration:00:30:16

Manchester, a foodie's special. Sponsored by Woodalls Charcuterie

9/20/2018
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This week Gilly Smith and River Cottage's Steven Lamb explore the rise and rise of Manchester's food scene with Colin Woodall of Woodalls Charcuterie, Adam Reid, head chef at The French, Lee Frost, butcher to the city's best restaurants and Lucy Noone, greengrocer to the stars. Plus where and why to eat in Manchester with Christine Cort, chief executive of the biennial Manchester International Festival, Fodder podcaster, Matt White, food journalist, Louise Rhind-Tutt and restaurant...

Duration:00:22:01

With food writer, Sybil Kapoor

9/13/2018
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This week, food writer Sybil Kapoor tells Gilly Smith how one of the very first recipes she cooked as a teenager has developed into one of the delicious recipes in her fascinating new book Sight, Smell, Touch, Taste, Sound.

Duration:00:19:33

Gill Meller in his very first interview on his new book, 'Time'

9/6/2018
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Gill Meller, resident columnist at delicious magazine, award winning writer for his first book, Gather and part of the inner circle at River Cottage where he cooks, demonstrates and flies the flag for slowing down to consider what food is all about, talks to Gilly Smith about his new book, his childhood and what time means to him.

Duration:00:23:29

The September Episode: On Jack Stein, Palestine through its recipes, and 30 years of the great British relish

8/30/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith talks to Jack Stein, son of Rick and Jill and father of Milo, about his new book 'World on a Plate', and to Yasmin Khan about 'Zaitoun', her story of the Palestinians through their recipes. Plus: George Pittkeithley on the Feed Yourself, Feed A Child campaign at his Pilau restaurants in London, Mark Sargeant of Rocksalt in Folkestone on guest cheffing at London legend, J Sheekey, and thirty years of the great British relish.

Duration:00:29:29

Extra Portion with organic farmer and chief executive of The Soil Association, Helen Browning

8/23/2018
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This week, ahead of Organic September, Gilly Smith is hanging out with the cows at Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire with organic farmer and chief executive of The Soil Association, Helen Browning to find out what organic means to the consumer and to the animals.

Duration:00:11:00

Extra Portion with Josh Katz of Berber and Q

8/16/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith talks to former Ottolenghi chef, Josh Katz about his new book Berber and Q, and the importance of travel in developing new ideas in the kitchen.

Duration:00:14:11

The Womad Episode

8/9/2018
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This week we’re at WOMAD with an edited version of a panel discussion hosted by Gilly Smith in the World of Words tent at the end of July with the four of the traders at this summer’s cornucopia of street food stalls. Bryan Osbon from Madras Café, Helen Holroyd from Simply Vegan, Amy Philip Price of the award wining Dosa Deli and Mike Wetheralt of Paellaria discuss food culture, food ethics, veganism and how festivals have changed food culture in Britain.

Duration:00:25:44

Extra Portion: From zero to hero in a week; a road trip through California wine

8/2/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith is on a trip of a lifetime, a tour of some of the best wineries in California’s Napa and Sonoma Valleys as a guest of the California Wine Institute, UK and Ireland. Intimidated by sharing a coach with top sommeliers, buyers and wine journalists, she set herself a challenge: zero to hero in a week, with surprising consequences...

Duration:00:18:27

Episode 29: The one all about women (and Gennaro Contaldo)

7/26/2018
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This week, Gilly Smith is at a women-only biodynamic vineyard in Umbria, and meets two of the Syrian refugees behind the women-only crowdfunded catering company and pop up, Syrian Kitchen. She catches up with Valentina Harris on the delicious. Produce Awards, and Moroccan food writer, Nargisse Benkabbou tells her how she turned a blog into a publishing sensation. Plus Gennaro Contaldo with a Slice of his Life.

Duration:00:27:17