Cai Ap Bryn
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2M ago
On this episode Tom talks to a  true master of the wilderness and the culinary arts. Joining us is none other than the renowned hunter chef, Cai Ap Bryn. With a passion for the great outdoors and a deep reverence for the ingredients it provides, Cai is not just a chef, but a storyteller whose tales are woven through the flavours of his dishes. From the rugged hills of Wales to the dense forests of Scandinavia, Cai's adventures have taken him far and wide, hunting, foraging, and cooking up feasts fit for kings under the open sky.We'll delve into Cai's world, learning the secrets of his cra ..read more
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The Eat Game Awards 2024
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by Eat Game
2M ago
Tom ventures to London for this year's Eat Game awards.  The evening marks the culmination of a national search to find businesses and individuals championing the use of British wild game.  We hear from TV presenter Adam Henson and all the winners from this year's ceremony ..read more
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Mark Lloyd
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by Eat Game
3M ago
Tom's guest for this episode is leading chef and industry veteran of 20 years, Mark Lloyd. Renowned for his British wild food knowledge and true farm to fork ethos, Mark honed his skills in top establishments both in the UK and Europe. These skills saw him head up the first River Cottage Canteen. Often labelled as the 'food waste warrior', Mark has a passion for shooting, fishing and foraging, attributes that have taken him all around the world ..read more
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Simon Wood
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by Eat Game
3M ago
On this episode of the Eat  Game podcast, Tom speaks to Simon Wood, patron and owner of WOOD Manchester, one of the city's finest dining establishments. He started cooking when he could ‘reach the top of an oven’. His passion began when, at eight years old, he won a competition to be anything for a day and he chose to be a chef. Thirty years later Simon was crowned Master Chef champion and from there he’s gone from strength to strength ..read more
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Eva Humphries
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by Eat Game
3M ago
This week Tom talks to Eva Humphries, one of the UK's leading BANT registered nutritionists, known to many as the Wholefood Warrior. We explore her realistic approach to healthy eating and the philosophy that smart nutrition is about adding in nutrients, instead of avoiding everything bad ..read more
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Hywel Griffith
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by Eat Game
3M ago
In this episode, we hear all about Beach House restaurant in Oxwich, Wales with head chef Hywel Griffith. Launched in 2016, it only took a year for Beach House to be named AA Restaurant of the Year in Wales, and became only the sixth restaurant in Wales to receive a Michelin star ..read more
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Callum Leslie
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by Eat Game
4M ago
To kick start our brand-new series of chef interviews, Tom speaks to Callum Leslie, head chef at Michelin-starred Yorkshire-based restaurant The Black Swan.  A venue famous for it's commitment to self-sufficiency as well as being labelled  'the best restaurant in the world' courtesy of TripAdvisor ..read more
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The British Quality Wild Venison (BQWV) Standard
Eat Game
by Eat Game
4M ago
The Eat Game podcast is back with another series of fascinating chef interviews. Ahead of our first guest next week, Tom explores the all new BQWV Standard with David Hooton from the Forestry Commission.  These new guidelines aim to increase the traceability of British Wild Venison (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) and ensure that a set of standards are met throughout the supply chain.  At the end of the show we look ahead our exciting lineup of guests ..read more
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The Eat Game Awards - 2023
Eat Game
by Eat Game
4M ago
In this episode Tom ventures to the Eat Game Awards ceremony to celebrate and hear from the champions of wild game across the UK. Tom talks to rural TV presenter Adam Henson, YouTube star Scott Rea and chef Lionel Strub, plus many more ..read more
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Steven and Ami Ellis
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by Eat Game
4M ago
In the 5th episode of our Chef mini-series, Tom speaks to Steven and Ami Ellis.  Steven’s talents were developed working in well-known restaurants such as Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen and the three Michelin-star, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in London. Steven uses locally sourced English produce to create and deliver sophisticated yet familiar dishes.  As head pastry chef, Steven’s wife Ami plays an integral part to the success of The Bailiwick Free House, a charming pub just a stone’s throw from Windsor Great Park ..read more
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