James Martin tells us why Great Britain really is great: listen now
On this jam-packed podcast; James Martin tells me about his new show Great British Adventure, Debora Robertson tells us what she feeds her dog plus, the world’s first sustainable farm… that’s underground.
Debora Robertson, one of our regular columnists, wrote a book; Dogs’ Dinners: The healthy, happy way to feed your dog. She tells me about what she feeds her dogs… including frozen blueberries. What’s the weirdest thing your dog loves?
James Martin tells me about why a chap in the Orkney Islands was the inspiration behind his new TV series and book, James Martin’s Great British Adventure, and tells us what his favourite recipe from the book is.
He also tells me where the first place he’d move to if he could… quick, check Rightmove!
I go 33 metres under the streets of London with Richard Ballard, from Growing Underground, to find out more about his subterranean farm that grows salad leaves in a disused bomb shelter.
I speak to an Iranian refugee from Stories on our Plate (SOOP) to find out why cooking Iranian food is so important for her.
We hear from Angela Clutton who has just published her first cookbook The Vinegar Cupboard to find out, after working on it for such a long time, how she feels on publication day. She also tells us why you should be using vinegar in your roast dinner.
And finally, deputy food editor Sophie tells us how to make a pizza in a frying pan!
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