This week Gilly Smith shares a pizza with Thom and James Eliot, brothers, business partners and pizza pilgrims who quite literally drew their dream job on a piece of paper in the pub – to make real Neapolitan pizza.
This month, we're in Nigella's very own kitchen with stories about her fabulous new book and TV series At My Table. Plus Jimmy Doherty on a 'who knew?' tour of Britain's favourite fish 'n' chip vinegar, Sarsons, why 'Mob grazing' in egg production could save the planet and chef and food writer, Allegra McEvedy on why losing her mother's favourite recipe inspired the wallpaper at her restaurant, Albertine.
This week, we meet Benjamina Ebuehi from BBC's last series of Bake Off who’s been exploring her African heritage by teaching Ghanaian children to bake as part of Compassion’s World Food Day. You can read all about her trip on the blog at deliciousmagazine.co.uk, but here Gilly Smith talks to her about life after Bake Off and being a person of colour in Telly's kitchen.
More from the world of delicious. magazine. This week Gilly Smith meets up with 'food influencer' Felicity Spector to get some tips on the hottest new places to eat. Check out Felicity's blog on http://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/magazine/blog-magazine/
With the delicious.Produce Awards all over the magazine this month, we're celebrating the best of British food this week with Sussex family butcher, Lew Howard. Lew has been in the business for decades, and has been witness to an enormous change in British food culture. Here he talks about high welfare meat, the family business and how a bit of banter makes all the difference to your shopping.
This month, it's all about superlatives in British food, with the winners of the delicious. Produce Awards and chef Philip Howard on British Food Fortnight. Plus: award-winning food writer, Olia Hercules on her allotment adventures, and Raymond Blanc and Candice Brown at the Races.
This week we meet Australian food writer and author of 'The Art of The Natural Home', Rebecca Sullivan who will be at the Abergavenny Food Festival this weekend for a masterclass on Forgotten Skills. Gilly Smith met her with Great British Menu chef Adam Simmonds at the Test Kitchen in Soho to find out what chefs can do with their juice pulp and coffee grinds.
It's Food Festival month, and the delicious podcast has been to Wilderness, Abergavenny and Bath to discover the impact on local food after the festival band wagon has rolled out of town. Plus the stories behind Sabrina Ghayour's recipes which are featured in the September issue of the magazine, Jamie Oliver's Sugarsmart campaign and Andrew Bake Off Smyth on the new Channel Four show this autumn.
This month we're moving house with the legendary theatreland restaurant, Joe Allen, we visit Falmouth, the once sleepy Cornish seaside town now buzzing with indie producers and cool young chefs, and take a gastrotour along the River Thames.