Recorded on Monday evenings at our food store Honey & Spice in front of a small crowd, we – Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich – invite the people we most admire from the food world to come over and chat. Cooks, waiters, writers, drinkers, thinkers: we have a glass of wine, something to eat and they tell us the story of making a life in food. The talks are then released as a podcast, a good thing to listen to while you’re cooking your dinner.
Series 6: Donal Skehan
Following a slight career detour singing in a successful pop band, Donal Skehan realised food was his true calling and started his popular blog chronicling quick cooking dishes and cheap meals. We talk to Donal about how his pop career became a food one and more.
Series 6: The art of fermentation with Sandor Katz
Sandor Ellix Katz is a self-taught fermentation experimentalist. His books ‘Wild Fermentation’ and ‘The Art of Fermentation’ have helped to catalyse a broad revival of the fermentation arts. We spoke to Sandor about his life in a commune, what he’s discovered recently and much more!
Series 6: Tokyo Stories with Tim Anderson
Tim Anderson is a chef, food writer, and MasterChef champion. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Tim studied Japanese food culture at university and lived in Japan for two years. We talk to Tim about his new book ‘Tokyo Stories’ and seemingly endless food offerings of Tokyo on every level…
V&A Special – Ep 5 – Karen Guthrie, Jasleen Kaur and Michael Rakowitz
Ep5 of our mini-series in partnership with the V&A to celebrate their fantastic exhibition FOOD: Bigger than the Plate. Recorded live at the V&A museum, in the last episode of the series, we chatted to three artists from the Eating section of the exhibition: Karen Guthrie, Jasleen Kaur and Michael Rakowitz, all who are challenging the way we think about eating and especially to think about cooking and eating as creative acts.