Breakfast with Bre Graham
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
2w ago
Ginger and apple bircher, toast toppings, Australian pancakes; writer Bre Graham talks about being a breakfast person. Her debut cookbook, Table for Two, is out now! This is the first episode in a new interview series all about BREAKFAST! Future episodes will be available exclusively on the Lecker Patreon. For £3 a month you can get access to all episodes. Subscribe here. Merch is available via the Lecker website. Or you can go directly to Teemill for T-shirts and tote bags, and to bigcartel for zines and patches. Follow Lecker on Twitter and Instagram. Music: "In Your Arms" Kevin MacLeod ..read more
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S6 Ep3: Loaghtan (Blasstal #3)
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
2M ago
A mythical-looking beast to be found on the hills of the Isle of Man; the loaghtan is a fascinating heritage breed sheep whose story is intertwined with Manx culture and history. Katie and Lucy meet farmer Jenny Shepherd from Ballacosnahan, who have one of the biggest loaghtan flocks on the island, make loaghtan croish cuirns with artist Rosie Wood and find out how to work with loaghtan’s unique flavour with chef and spice importer Kumar Menon of Leela’s Kitchen. Plus Annie Kissack is on hand with some folktales about the sheep. Blasstal is a podcast series by Lecker about food and folklore ..read more
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S6 Ep2: Skeddan (Blasstal #2)
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
2M ago
Katie and Lucy take a deep dive to the heart of the Manx fishing industry to meet a true Isle of Man legend: the herring (skeddan in Manx). Blasstal is a podcast series by Lecker about food and folklore on the Isle of Man, supported by Culture Vannin. Hosted and produced by Lucy Dearlove and Katie Callin Podcast theme music by Mera Royle Podcast artwork by Vicky Webb With thanks to all contributors and others who made the series possible! Music credits: Manx Folk Dance Music - Yn Guilley Hesheree (The Ploughboy) Manx Folk Dance Music - Reeaghyn dy Vannin (Dirk Dance) Manx Folk Dance Music ..read more
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S6 Ep1: Moots (Blasstal #1)
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
3M ago
In episode 1 of Blasstal, Katie introduces Lucy to the vegetable at the heart of Hop-tu-Naa traditions of the Isle of Man. They explore the island's folklore with poet and folklore expert Annie Kissack, attend a Hop-tu-Naa celebration at Cregneash, carve their own moots, and finally head out Hop-tu-Naa-ing around Peel. Blasstal is a podcast series by Lecker about food and folklore on the Isle of Man, supported by Culture Vannin. Hosted and produced by Lucy Dearlove and Katie Callin Podcast theme music by Mera Royle Podcast artwork by Vicky Webb With thanks to all contributors and others who ..read more
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S6: Introducing...Blasstal
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
3M ago
Welcome to Blasstal! A podcast series by Lecker about food and folklore on the Isle of Man, supported by Culture Vannin. Launching 31st October. Hosted and produced by Lucy Dearlove and Katie Callin Podcast theme music by Mera Royle Podcast artwork by Vicky Webb ..read more
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S5 Ep10: Permission To Write with Melissa Thompson
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
3M ago
The writer and cook Melissa Thompson talks about her book Motherland; a very personal history of Jamaica. Melissa weaves the history of the country so elegantly with her own story in a way that makes it impossible to ignore that the violent history of colonialism in Jamaica is to do with all of us in Britain. As you’ll hear us talk about, she uses the physical walls of the Drax Estate in Dorset, where she grew up, to demonstrate how ingrained Britain’s colonial legacy is in the very fabric of our life here - and it’s mostly been buried. I also asked Melissa how she approaches translating rec ..read more
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S5 Ep8: Food Memoir with Rebecca May Johnson and Angela Hui
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
4M ago
A conversation between Angela Hui and Rebecca May Johnson, recorded just after their respective debut non-fiction books had been published. An exploration of the importance of valuing and demonstrating labour within cooking, of novelty versus repetition, and of the idea of rejecting food writing as a category. You can find Takeaway by Angela Hui and Small Fires by Rebecca May Johnson at all good bookshops now. Mentions: Cathy Park Hong's part poetry part memoir (Angela) Audre Lorde - Zami (Rebecca) Luce Giard and Michel de Certeau -The Practice of Everyday Life (Rebecca) Ocean Vuong - On Ear ..read more
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S5 Ep7: Back to School with Jeremy Pang
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
4M ago
What's the secret of a successful cooking school? Jeremy Pang, founder of School of Wok, lets us in on it. This episode was hosted by Adrienne Katz Kennedy and produced by Lucy Dearlove. You can find out more about Jeremy Pang at jeremypang.co.uk and his new book, Jeremy Pang’s School of Wok is out now, wok clock illustrations and all. Ben McDonald creates original illustrations for Lecker - find them on the Lecker Twitter and Instagram. If you’re in a position to, please considering supporting Lecker. Buy merch here and become a Patron at patreon.com/leckerpodcast. You can find out more a ..read more
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S5 Ep6: Matooke Goes With Everything
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
7M ago
A love letter to the beating heart of Ugandan food, Matooke. With Katasi E. Kironde and Nakigudde Elizabeth Kibalama. Katasi was a co-host on Unsavoury Ethnic Types podcast, who did a great episode about Ugandan food. She also guest-curated a recent issue of Fare magazine all about Kampala. We talked a bit more about a couple of pieces in the magazine, and those bits of the interview are going to be available on the Patreon bonus podcast episode. You can get access to those by signing up for £3 at patreon.com/leckerpodcast Ben McDonald creates original illustrations for Lecker - find them on ..read more
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S5 Ep5: Just Cooking Outdoors with Helen Graves
Lecker: A Food Podcast
by Lucy Dearlove
8M ago
Helen Graves talks about illegal rooftop barbecues, the joy of cooking and eating together outdoors, and why tenderstem broccoli is the thing everyone needs to grill. Helen's new book Live Fire is published by Hardie Grant. Helen Graves is a food and recipe writer and editor and she used to write a much loved blog called Food Stories. The Guardian podcast I mentioned in this episode is called Let's Eat! Lecker is written and produced by Lucy Dearlove Lecker is on Twitter, Instagram and now TikTok. If you’re in a position to, please considering supporting Lecker. Buy merch here and become ..read more
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