Skye McAlpine: A Table for Friends
This week we’re off to Venice with food writer and columnist and Venetian local, Skye McAlpine to hear her four food moments from her latest book A Table for Friends.This month Cooking the Books is sponsored by Whole Foods Market, the world’s leading natural and organic foods retailer. With 7 stores across London, they offer a huge range of products that lead the way in quality, specialty and vegan diets. Head over to @wholefoodsukor check out@alexandradudleyfor more information on the Mindful Moments campaign.
The Official Giffords Circus Cookbook: Ols Halas
Season 2, Ep. 6
This week, Gilly runs away with the circus as Ols Halas, chef at Gifford's Circus restaurant Sauce and co-author with Nell Gifford of its official cookbook walks her through the glittering capes and pointy-toed ponies to peak behind life in the big tent.This episode is sponsored byWhole Foods Market, the world’s leading natural and organic foods retailer. With 7 stores across London, they offer a huge range of products that lead the way in quality, specialty and vegan diets. Head over to @wholefoodsukor check out@alexandradudleyfor more information on the Mindful Moments campaign.
Ana Ros: Sun and Rain
This week, Gilly Smith takes us - by the magic of remote recording - on a summer holiday to Slovenia, to the magical land of turquoise rivers and Dalmatian montains to visit top chef Ana Ros at her gourmet restaurant, Hisa Franko.
Gill Meller: Root,Stem, Leaf, Flower
This week, Gilly talks to food writer and River Cottage chef Gill Meller about the four food moments from his new book Root, Stem, Leaf, Flower that ponder on his relationship with food and the land.
William Sitwell: The Restaurant
Season 2, Ep. 3
This week William Sitwell, restaurant critic at the Telegraph, host of the podcast Biting Talk and author of The Restaurant takes us through the history not just of eating out but the story of human life through the prism of how we’ve learned to eat.
Ravinder Bhogal: Jikoni
Season 2, Ep. 2
Award-winning food writer, journalist and chef Ravinder Bhogal gives us her four favourite food moments from her new book Jikoni: proudly inauthentic recipes from an immigrant kitchen. Expect clucking aunties in dusty sandals and ancient pickle-makers with guard geese, wronged widows and the glee of ghee. Glorious stuff.