An in-depth Manchester foodie special: listen now

This week, River Cottage‘s Steven Lamb and I explore the rise of Manchester’s food scene, in a podcast sponsored by Woodall’s Charcuterie.

An in-depth Manchester foodie special: listen now

Tune in to hear Steven Lamb speak to Colin Woodall, of Woodall’s Charcuterie about the company’s history, including a recipe from 1843.

Meanwhile, I sat down to a nine-course tasting menu at The French and spoke to head chef Adam Reid about his modern take on British food.

Lee Frost is the butcher that buys Adam Reid’s meat, along with the city’s best restaurants. He told me why quality is what matters. Lucy Noone, greengrocer to the stars, tells me why she’s the queen of greens.

Christine Cort, chief executive of the biennial Manchester International Festival, met me at The Refuge and revealed some of her favourite restaurants to take visitors. Fodder podcaster, Matt White, food journalist talks to me about street food and restaurant consultant Louise Rhind-Tutt explains why people are willing to travel across the city for a good meal.

Thom Hetherington, the man behind Manchester’s Northern Restaurant and Bar awards, tells me what could happen to the food scene, post Brexit.

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