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17-18 SEP 22

Sunday 18th

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You know that slice of green apple you often see on the side of a Ploughman’s? It’s trying to tell you something. It’s trying

‘When we cook together it is an act of love. And when we eat together we create a shared memory.’ Eat, Share, Love is a remarkable

Jeremy reprises the Vietnamese pork dish he cooked for his ITV series Jeremy Pang’s Asian Kitchen and teams up again with Kyle and Lauren who rear

Tim is a writer, broadcaster and restaurateur; a columnist for the Financial Times;  a regular presenter on The Food Programme and a panellist on

For some years we have heard about the external costs – the social and environmental damage – which need to be factored in to

It is 21 years since Stephen Terry opened his first restaurant. One of Marco Pierre-White’s protegee’s, Stephen traded the white heat of the London

Along with the rest of the UK, Wales has undergone a craft brewing boom over the last twelve years or so. Through all that

Stories of gauchos from his Patagonian Dad kicked off Chris’ fascination with fire-cooking and the Asado barbecue style. His evident love of fire, heat

Joe trained as a chef and worked in kitchens while pursuing a parallel career as a food and travel photographer. A lifelong vegetarian, his

Lee and Lily, chef and front of house, are Cora  – Cardiff’s small but perfectly formed 12-seater restaurant – recently named as one of

Kate’s debut cookbook Home Cooked is inspired by her own love of simple home-cooking and the many wonderful and talented cooks she has met

Join Genevieve Taylor, live fire cook, author and founder of the Bristol Fire School, as she cooks a recipe or two from her new

Angela grew up behind the counter of The Lucky Star, her parents’ Chinese takeaway in Beddau, South Wales. Takeaway is a fascinating memoir; a

Santosh demonstrates a white fish curry from his new book Ayla: A Feast of Nepali food from Terai, Hills and the Himalayas. Santosh leapt