How food influences the local community at Abergavenny Food Festival: listen now
delicious. editor Karen Barnes delves into what you can find in the September issue and everything that’s great about the harvest season. She reveals Thane Princes’ secret to knowing exactly when homemade jam is ready, why blackberry ketchup is a must-make recipe and gives insight to what inspired Olia Hercules’ recipes in her food writer in residence series.
We pay a visit to Aine Morris, the new chief executive of the Abergavenny Food Festival, to find out how food influences the local community. Then, just down the road, Shaun Hill from The Walnut Tree Inn tells us why, after cooking for 50 years, this restaurant will be his last.
Petersham Nurseries‘ owner Lara Boglione is live from Wilderness Festival. She talks about why the festival is such a wonderful family-friendly place and why she believes her beautiful flower-filled cafe inspires people.
We head to Bath to talk to Silvana de Soissons, owner of The Foodie Bugle, about the collaboration of the independent shops, cafés and restaurants in the area and why social media is the best way to promote a business. She recommended lunch at Vegetarian Acorn Kitchen and, for podcast producer Gilly Smith, it did not disappoint.
September means it’s back-to-school time for the little ones and back to packing lunches for the adults. Jamie Oliver’s Sugar Smart campaign gives advice on how to cut out sugar in lunch boxes. Jo Ralling gives her tips for a Sugar Smart lunch.
Persian cook, Sabrina Ghayour talks about recipe anxiety and how she relies on her spice rack to set her apart from the masters of Middle Eastern cuisine.
delicious. editorial assistant Phoebe Stone catches up with GBBO’s Andrew Smyth to hear his thoughts on the new Channel Four version of The Great British Bake Off starting 29 August.