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Tom Kerridge

Griefcast

This week Cariad talks to chef Tom Kerridge about his dad who died of MS when Tom was 18. As ever we talk grief, resilience and the family in a kitchen.You can find out more about Tom here https://tomkerridge.komi.io/ and you can follow him on twitter @ChefTomKerridge and Instagram @cheftomkerridge.You can follow the Griefcast on Twitter + Instagram @thegriefcast. Griefcast is hosted by Cariad Lloyd, edited by Kate Holland, recorded remotely in Cariad's living room, artwork is by Jayde Perkin, stop motion social media clips by Alice Loveday and the music is provided by The Glue Ensemble. And remember, you are not alone.Cariad's book, You Are Not Alone, is published in January 2023, by Bloomsbury Tonic and available for pre-order now.https://www.waterstones.com/book/you-are-not-alone/cariad-lloyd/9781526621832Rose D'or Nominee 2019, Podcast of the Year 2018, Best Podcast ARIA's 2018.Apple Podcast Spotlight choice for October 2021"the pandemic's most important podcast" TelegraphSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/griefcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

40mins

12 Oct 2022

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31. Tom Kerridge: passion and purpose

The Joe Wicks Podcast

The UK’s favourite fitness coach is back with series three of his podcast. This summer, Joe is speaking to inspirational friends and some of his favourite people to ask them what they do to keep themselves feeling mentally and physically strong. In this episode Joe chats to Michelin-starred chef and TV presenter, Tom Kerridge. He’s had an incredible journey, from growing up on a council estate to becoming a chef and entrepreneur running five restaurants and a butchers shop. He’s also gone on a journey with his health as well – from staying up all hours and becoming clinically obese - to losing 12 stone and writing books to help others get through it too. Joe and Tom chat about his life – from where his work ethic came from, to his radical health transformation and then more recently, new fatherhood. This is sunshine in a podcast. Joe Wicks is here for you, and he won’t stop until you’re fit and happy. Producer: Eliza LomasEditor: Dimitri HoutartA BBC Audio Bristol production for Radio 4

33mins

13 Jul 2022

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Past Imperfect

Tom Kerridge is a broadcaster and multiple Michelin star winning chef. Rachel and Alice travel to his pub The Coach in Marlow to talk about his parents divorce, his father's death after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and turning his own life around after years of overindulgence of food and alcohol whilst working 100 hour weeks as a young chef.HOOP: www.hoopuk.org.ukFareShare: www.fareshare.org.ukDrink Aware: www.drinkaware.co.ukThis podcast has been produced in association with Speakers for Schools: www.speakersforschools.orgProducer: Ben Mitchell Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

48mins

5 Jun 2022

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Tom Kerridge, Rag N Bone Man and Matt’s Birthday Surprises #337

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

You’ve found The Chris Moyles Show On Radio X Podcast, and what a podcast it is! We kicked off the week with some ‘shocking’ birthday surprises for Producer Matt, although we're not sure how much enjoyed them. Tom Kerridge came onto the show, and we gave him the Chris Moyles Breakfast Special Omelette to try, in the hopes of getting a stall at the upcoming Pub in the Park festivals. Chris then surprised the team with a 5kg block of popcorn. Where it came from? No one knows. Si King of the Hairy Bikers then came in to talk about their new diet cook book, which includes some unbelievable recipes that we’ll definitely be trying. Finally, Rag N Bone Man joined the team and spoke about his upcoming Heritage show at Kenwood House, as well as what’s included on his rider (which includes a very random vegetable).But that’s not all…- Dom’s Bald Head Lawsuits- A Bobby Spirals Scandal- The Return of Glastonbury FlagsEnjoy!The Chris Moyles Show on Radio XWeekdays 6:30-10am

1hr 40mins

13 May 2022

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Series 4 Ep5 - Richard Bainbridge and Tom Kerridge

Grilled by The Staff Canteen

Welcome back to Grilled by The Staff Canteen, this is series 4 and our first co-host is Richard Bainbridge.Richard is the chef owner of Benedicts restaurant in Norwich and a former Great British Menu contestant.He has picked six guests from the hospitality industry to chat to and put under the Grilled spotlight, and and next up is Tom Kerridge, chef, restaurateur, and owner of two Michelin-starred, The Hand and Flowers.In this episode Richard and Tom talk about lunatics on Twitter, what they'd spend $44 billion on and why Tom got stick for being grumpy on Great British Menu.Thanks for listening to Grilled by The Staff Canteen, we talk to the UK's best chefs every week so make sure you follow us so you don’t miss out on the latest episode. If you are not already become a member of The Staff Canteen and keep up to date: www.thestaffcanteen.com/index/registerPlease support us if you like what we do: bit.ly/TSCContribute

1hr 13mins

2 May 2022

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Spectacular Singapore with Tom Kerridge - Destination Special

The Travel Diaries

Hello and welcome to The Travel Diaries Season 7! I’m starting this season with a Destination Special mini series - three incredible destinations, all on my travel wish list, with some great celeb guests and destination experts helping us bring them to life, and today is no exception. We are heading on a journey to South East Asia, to a small but mighty thirty mile long tropical island, surrounded by sixty two smaller islands, with Malaysia to its north and Indonesia to its South. It is of course Spectacular Singapore. Beyond Singapore’s picture-perfect skyline and bustling city centre, there’s so much about this country to explore and I have two fabulous guests who will help us do just that. First, Michelin-starred chef, tv presenter and author Tom Kerridge returns to the podcast. When he joined me be back on Season 2, he picked Singapore as his all time favourite destination, and so I thought who better to come back? Food is so important in Singaporean culture that a common greeting is "Have you eaten?” And then we’ll be joined by novelist, editor and travel journalist Annabelle Thorpe. Annabelle spent six years on the Times Travel desk, before becoming deputy travel editor for Express Newspapers, and then taking the same role at the Observer. She has a particularly spot for Singapore which she has visited and written about many times. She shares her insider tips and expert knowledge, and so many recommendations if you are planning a trip to Singapore - which I hope after listening to this episode you will be inspired to do. I know I certainly am!Destination Recap:Tom KerridgeMarina Bay Sands HotelHawker food stallsRestaurant ZénAnnabelle Thorpe Singapore Botanic GardensGardens by the BaySentosa IslandJurong LakeBukit Timah Nature ReserveAnn Siang HouseRaffles SingaporeCapella SingaporeNational Museum of SingaporeFort Canning ParkFullerton RoadIf you’re inspired to start planning your trip to Singapore, head to visitsingapore.com and check out your favourite newspapers and travel magazines which often have detailed destination guides.If you’re enjoying the podcast, then it would be wonderful if you could leave a rating or a review on your podcast app - it really makes a big difference because it helps other people to discover the podcast. And to hear future episodes as soon as they’re released don’t forget to hit subscribe or “follow” on your podcast app of choice.To find out who’s joining me on next week’s episode, come and follow me on Instagram, I’m @hollyrubenstein - I’d love to hear from you. If you can’t wait until then, there’s always the first six seasons to catch up on, with guests from Sir Michael Palin and Jo Malone, to Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Raymond Blanc . Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

46mins

19 Apr 2022

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Knives, Forks & Tunes with Paul Ainsworth

This week Paul is joined in the studio by his best friend, and holder of 3 Michelin stars, Tom Kerridge. The ‘GQ Chef Of The Year’ explains why dinner parties are his worst nightmare, how Boris Johnson will never get an invite and what happens when an Espresso Martini-fuelled Liam Gallagher moonwalks into your restaurant kitchen. Knives, Forks & Tunes playlist – https://lnk.to/kft_playlist  Rib Eye Steak served with Triple Cooked Chips Triple cooked chipsIngredients:12 large potatoes- ideally Maris Pipers or King EdwardsFine saltMethod:Peel potatoes and cut into 5cm/2inch chipsHeat your fryer to 110ocNow place chips in, and cook until soft but no color, 8-10 minutes, the chips shouldn’t be frying at this stageOnce cooked with no colour, cool on a large flat tray, the edges of the potatoes should be soft and slightly roughed up to achieve the ultimate crispy chipHeat fryer up to 190/200ocNow place chips in fryer until golden brown and crispy for about 3-5 minutes, leave them for as long as possible to achieve the perfect crunchStrain onto a tray lined with a cloth, season with fine salt and flaked sea saltRib eye steakIngredients1 x 600-700g bone in rib eye steak (enough for 2 people)60g unsalted butter3 sprigs thyme1 sprig rosemary3 cloves garlicSalt for seasoningRapeseed oil for cookingMethodPre heat an oven to 150c and make sure you beef has been out at room temperature for at least a couple hours as you should never cook a cold steakRub some oil all over the beef and season well with fine saltIn a hot frying pan add the steak and leave to colour on all sides for a few minutes, add the thyme, rosemary and crushed garlic cloves to the pan and then add the cold butter.Lightly baste the steak all over with the foaming butter making sure not to burn the butter! Turn the heat down if neededRemove the steak from the pan and place directly onto a shelve or a wire rack you can place into the ovenCook the steak in the oven making sure to turn the beef over onto the opposite side every 3 minutes, this allows even cooking through the meat, repeat this process for about 15-18 minutes or using a food thermometer the core temperature should be about 50c which will be a blushing pink/medium which I think is best for rib eye.Remove the steak from the oven and leave to rest on a rack at room temperature for 20 minutesIf the steak has cooled too much re warm in the oven and then carve and enjoy with the triple cooked chips Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr

29 Sep 2021

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121: Tom Kerridge

Blank Podcast with Giles Paley-Phillips & Jim Daly

Tom Kerridge is a three-time Michelin starred chef, TV personality and author.  Owner of many well-known establishments including The Hand and Flower in Marlow, where he garnered his first Michelin Star, Tom has gone on to regularly appear on TV including The Great British Menu and hosting his own shows like the recent Outdoor Cooking on the Food Network. We talk to Tom about his love of working in a professional kitchen, the collaboration that takes place every day and he explains what 'Battlefield Promotion' is.  @blankpod @eliistender @jimdalycomedy  @cheftomkerridge theblankpodcast2018@gmail.com

1hr 40mins

14 Jun 2021

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Tom Kerridge: A Life Through Food

The Food Programme

Tom Kerridge is probably best known as the first chef in the UK to be awarded two prestigious Michelin stars for food served in a pub, not even a year after opening 'The Hand and Flowers' in Marlow in Buckinghamshire in 2005. Then he was in his early thirties; Known, in the business, for his hard work ethic and hard partying.Today, he's given up the booze and the partying, but as Sheila Dillon finds, he's as driven as ever with a string of restaurants, a food festival company, a catering company, a TV production house, a shelf full of cook books and many BBC food TV series' to his name. Not to mention advocating on a national level for the hospitality industry and working with footballer Marcus Rashford to do his bit to end child food poverty.In line with Tom's latest BBC TV series 'Saving Britain's Pubs with Tom Kerridge', Sheila finds that the democratic environment of the pub has shaped Tom's life and his career in hospitality. And hears why these important community spaces need investing in at all costs.Presented by Sheila Dillon.Produced in Bristol by Clare Salisbury.

28mins

6 Jun 2021

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Tom Kerridge: Has the pandemic changed the way we eat?

HARDtalk

How long will it take the hospitality business to recover from the pandemic, and is there a new recognition of the link between our food and our health? Stephen Sackur speaks to British chef Tom Kerridge.(Photo: Tom Kerridge sits in his restaurant with Stephen Sackur)

22mins

3 Jun 2021

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