102: Superhero Brands Origin Stories
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7M ago
Discover the unexpected, peculiar and funny origins to some of the best loved brands on the planet.  From Nachos to Coke, Digestives to Mustard, explore the stories behind the foods we all love.  ..read more
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101: Extraordinary Places to Eat with Food Blogging Star Chef Dennis
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Jay and James are joined by one of the world's most successful food bloggers this week, to explore some of the most extraordinary food experiences the world has to offer with Chef Dennis.  From camel milk to Gooseneck Barnacles and ice cream floats, it's a globe trotting trip across the food world.  Plus they explore how you become a food blogger and the future of food teaching in schools.   ..read more
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99: Dinner of the Three Emperors - Cooking for Princes and Tsars
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8M ago
This week the guys are introducing another hugely influential chef into their Hall of Fame, this time Adolphe Dugléré, pupil of Careme, a man who has both a fascinating life story and a big impact on how we cook today.  Master of the kitchen he is most renowned for the incredible Dinner of the Three Emperors, a truly remarkable piece of cooking.  So don you tallest chef's hat and join a trip back to the 19th century France.  ..read more
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97: Time Travelling in a Pub
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8M ago
Join Jay and Marc live from a very noisy pub, as they delve into the fascinating history of the mainstay of British life that is the magnificent PUB!  From its murky beginnings in people's living rooms to the open plan 'gastro' world we see today, it's a unexpected journey that says as much about the Brits as it does about the pub itself.  So grab your pint glass, pull up a stool and come pub time travel ..read more
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93: The Wonders of Irish Cooking with Anna Haugh
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10M ago
Jay and James are joined by the delightful owner of Myrtle restaurant and Irish cooking Queen, Chef Anna Haugh, for an insightful chat into everything from the perfect ingredients in an Irish stew to spotting rancid butter in Michelin Starred restaurants and finding joy in cooking wherever you grow up.  Dive in for a wonderful trip to the cooking delights of the emerald isle.   ..read more
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88: Is This The End of the Celebrity Chef?
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11M ago
This week Jay and James chart the rise and fall of the celebrity chef, from the very first to possibly the last, in a bid to answer the question, is the time of the celeb chef over?  Along the way they will discover the selling power of the big cookery names over the years, how some of the best have fallen away and what the next wave of celeb cooks might look like.  They also celebrate their 100th episode by looking into James' new gig on local radio and  ahead to future shows.  So grab your autograph book and jump in for some celebrity chef adventures ..read more
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86: How to Start Your Own Vineyard + Secrets of English Wine with Wine Masters Susie and Peter
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1y ago
Jay and James are joined by the delightful 'First Couple' of wine, Master of Wine Susie and Peter, to discuss everything from the amazing explosion in English wine producers to the nostalgic Blue Nun and Babycham brands.  Plus they'll be exploring what it takes to start your own vineyard (clue you'll need some cash!) and how you become a master of wine.  So grab your glass for a journey to the centre of wine ..read more
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83: Dinner in a Warzone - WW2 food with Winston Churchill
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1y ago
Welcome to WW2, as the guys sit down with Winston Churchill (and the rest of Britain) during the dark days of the 1940s, and delve into what rationing tasted like, with resident historian Marc Meltonville.   From fake Crab Sandwiches to Mock Duck, cases of Champagne to incredible increases in flatulence, this is an eye opening trip into how our ancestors ate as the bombs fell.   Grab a tin hat for a journey to the centre of rationing.   ..read more
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82: Is Food TV Dead?
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Join Jay and James this week as they discuss the past and future of food television.  From Fanny, to Jamie, Ramsey to Masterchef, they pull back the curtain to reveal how food TV shows are first put on screen and analyse the legacy of the biggest shows from the past 80 years.  Then they look into their crystal balls to try and figure out what the future of food television might look like and if there even is one!   So grab your remote and settle back for a journey into food television.   ..read more
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81: The Murky, Magical, Mysterious World of Truffles + The Most Incredible Dining Table Ever
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1y ago
Joining Jay and James this week is Mr Truffle, one of Britain's leading truffle experts and the perfect person to explain the dodgy, delightful and delicious business of truffles.  From spending 60k on a single white truffle to trading thousands on them in nighttime car park deals, where to find them in the forest to the right time to hunt them , it's an amazing trip inside this hidden world.  Plus two famous ladies join the Dream Dinner Party, one with the most amazing table you'll ever encounter.   ..read more
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