Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver talk 25 years of St John: listen now
In this week’s podcast, I catch up couple of genuine legends in British food, Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver, whose restaurant, St John, a former smokehouse just outside Smithfield Meat market, brought nose-to-tail eating to London when it opened in 1995.
We also talk about The Book of St John which celebrates 25 years of the restaurant, and we have a frank discussion about English wine and sustainable eating.
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During this week’s podcast, we also hear how Parkinson’s has affected Fergus’s life as a chef, and he talks about his inspiration – the late, great Anthony Bourdain.
Fergus and Trevor share how about how they felt as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of iconic nose-to-tail restaurant St John and the theatre of the building it has been housed in for so many years. Discover the many ways in which The Book of St John gives a nod to such an iconic birthday.
“The sound of a whole dining room of people eating happily is like music”, tells Fergus.
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