Nikki Bedi and Mobeen Azhar are joined by DJ Fat Tony, who first found fame in the 80s and has played for everyone from Prince and Madonna to Royalty. After 28 years of hedonism, Tony found himself homeless and dying from addiction but he’s now over 15 years sober, in demand as a DJ and working to help others. We also have Angela Hartnett MBE, the Michelin starred chef who's written cookbooks, judged on BBC’s Best Home Cook and a has passion for good, honest food with the best ingredients possible.Football manager and former player Carlo Ancelotti has navigated Real Madrid to the face Liverpool in the Champions League final tonight. So what’s his secret?Spring is in the air and so is birdsong. But how many of us know what we are listening to? We are joined by self taught birdsong expert Lucy “lapwing” Hodson who set up youtube tutorials in lockdown, she also makes props for Springwatch and knows something about Larks. She joins us. Opera singer Brindley Sherratt chooses his Inheritance Tracks: Beethoven: Fidelio, Mir ist so wunderbar and The Carpenters: We’ve Only Just Begun (photo credit Gerard Collett). And your Thank you.Producer: Corinna Jones
Michelin starred chef Angela Hartnett gives James some tips for his chorizo broccoli pasta in today’s episode.Angela Hartnett’s new book ‘The Weekend Cook’ is out on 26 May, published by Bloomsbury. Buy it here. Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations).Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On being Gordon Ramsay’s protégé, receiving backlash from Stephen Fry, and keeping restaurant kitchens open late for special guests. Chef and presenter Angela Hartnett goes Out To Lunch with Jay Rayner. Angela and Jay enjoy a delicious lunch at The French House, London: http://www.frenchhousesoho.com/ Official show merch: https://kontraband.shop/collections/out-to-lunch. Out To Lunch is a Somethin’ Else and Jay Rayner Production with Sony Music Entertainment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The world of Michelin starred chefs in the UK has traditionally been dominated by men. My guest today on My Life In Seven Charms was one of the first women to smash that particular ceiling with her brand of simple, beautifully cooked, delicious food. Born of Italian and Irish parentage, she spent her early childhood learning to roll pasta with her beloved Nonna. Her first accolade was her Brownie badge for cookery, which was to be followed by Michelin stars, an MBE for services to hospitality, a raft of TV appearances, and several books and newspaper columns. I’m so delighted to be talking to Angela Hartnett about her life in seven charms.
In this episode Sheila Dillon is joined by a chef, restaurateur, author and campaigner, Angela Hartnett, for another in the programme’s series of Lives told through Food. Angela Hartnett is seen as an icon in the food industry - she started out learning on the job in Cambridge - and later rose up working for Gordon Ramsey, first at The Aubergine, and later at the Connaught Hotel, where she earned her first Michelin star. During that time she started to become a familiar face on British Television, appearing regularly on Hell’s Kitchen and the Great British Menu. In 2010, Angela bought Ramsay out of the restaurant she still runs today - Murano - where she received another Michelin star. In January 2022, Angela was awarded an OBE for her services to the hospitality industry, and for the work she did for the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic. In this conversation, Angela reflects on her campaigning, changes in the industry, and family life.Presented by Sheila DillonProduced in Bristol by Natalie Donovan
Grilling is back! And what better way to kick off Season 2 than with one of Britain's top chefs, Angela Hartnett? She and Simon cover all kinds of ground, including her love of Arsenal, making fresh pasta with her grandmother, her rebellious streak as a young girl when she'd sneak out on school nights to go to gigs, how she came to work with Gordon Ramsay, and the significant challenges of running restaurants in the current climate. She also takes part in our first ever BBQ&A and gets stuck into our now infamous recipe challenge, which returns through popular demand. Her dog, Betty, makes several cameo appearances too!We've also got a special offer for you at weber.com/grilling. If you want to improve your skills on the barbecue, Weber are offering you a discount to attend one of their Grill Academies in the UK. Enter the code GRILLING21 before 15 October at weber.com/grilling and you can bag yourself a £50 discount when you book two tickets for the course. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Angela Hartnett Discusses her Welsh-Italian Ancestry, Gordon Ramsay's Ambition and Supplying the Queen with Pasta
The Filling with Anna Barnett
EPISODE SYNOPSISThis is an EXCITING ONE! Fresh from a morning gym session and seated in her Spitalfields’ kitchen, 2Michelin starred chef Angela Hartnett MBE joins host Anna Barnett for this week’s episode of TheFilling podcast where Angela shares stories of growing up in the family fish and chip shop, workingwith Gordon Ramsay for 17 years and how it feels to be the only woman in a kitchen of male chefs.The answer to that may surprise you.EPISODE NOTES03:30 – 05:30) Angela admits to working throughout lockdown, and here she details the Cook 19initiative she developed to supply hospitals with meals during the pandemic.17:40 – 20:00) With a Welsh Italian mother, Irish father and growing up in Essex, Angela draws onher varied background for culinary inspiration.22:15 – 25:00) Working for Gordon at the world-famous Connaught Rooms did not come withoutits struggles; here Angela details how she overcame them.34:40 – 36:30) An enlightening discussion around being the only woman in an all-female team leadsto an unexpected confession. Listen here.38:30 – 40:00) Here Angela gives some invaluable advice for young chefs starting their careers.43:30 – 44:30) Angela and Anna discuss the regional differences of Italian food.TOP QUOTES“If you’ve got dried chili, garlic and tomatoes – you’ve got a meal.” Angela“When I first started working for Gordon, I thought; ‘Right, I’ve got to get serious.’.”“I know my limitations; I don’t wake up in the morning and think Michelin stars.” Angela“What’s always worked in my favour is being a woman.” Angela“I’m not afraid to say I don’t know, and I think that’s key in this business. How can anyone knoweverything about food?” Angela“The hospitality industry can look back at itself after this year and be proud.”RESOURCESwww.angelahartnett.comwww.muranolondon.comwww.limewoodhotel.co.ukwww.stjohnrestaurant.comwww.brawn.cowww.bratrestaurant.comABOUT THE GUESTSAngela Hartnett is one of the most high-profile female chefs in the world, having worked at many ofLondon’s top restaurants. During her childhood, Angela's Italian grandmother and mother instilled inher an appreciation and love of good food.Angela has since won numerous awards and has paid real homage to her Italian roots by openingMurano, a fine-dining restaurant in London with an Italian-influenced menu. In January 2007, Angelawas awarded an MBE for services to the industry. Her restaurants currently hold 2 Michelin stars.She lives in London with her husband.
Big week! Mum had her vaccine, Joe Biden is now president, Mum also discovers Muff Kitchen and her first drag name is suggested (thanks Martha Delacey). But more importantly, we have the incomparable Angela Hartnett on TM! Talking to us from her Spitalfields home, we chat about what's for tea, being in a culinary 'power couple' with her partner, working for Gordon Ramsey and we discuss the difficulty the hospitality sector is facing during the pandemic.Mum learnt what ‘ready for the pass’ meant and Angela talks about her ’nonna' teaching her how to cook Annalini, a Christmas tradition. Are there any other chefs out there that hate coriander as much as Angela? Last but not least, we talk about 'Seat At The Table’ campaign - a petition to the government to get a hospitality minister for her industry. We would love you to take a moment to sign it. Her new show Celebrity Best Home Cook is on BBC One, Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 26th January at 9pm and iPlayer on demand - enjoy! x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Michelin-star chef, restaurateur and long-standing friend of Fortnum & Mason, Angela Hartnett has always had a flair for bringing people together through food, most recently fuelling frontline NHS workers through the lockdown of a global pandemic.Here, she chats to host Tom Parker-Bowles about her involvement in the not-for-profit COVID venture, Cook-19, reveals what working with Gordon Ramsay was really like, and shares how a childhood immersed in authentic Italian cooking inspired her to kickstart her own business. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.