Shackbaggerly 86. Cows pee. Raymond Blanc. Howard's mentioned in the New York Times... but why?
Shackbaggerly with Katie & Howard
It's been another busy week in Shackbaggerly world. Katie left home for six days. Howard gets a mention in the New York Times. Harvey (The Retriever) gets fan mail and June has another moment. There's also time for recipes too, but as ever in a loose disorderly manner. That's Shackbaggerly episode 86. Next week it's a Shackbaggerly special with Howard's mum June. Yes we've more June Moments than you can shake a stick at! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/katie-johnson73/message
Scott and Chris set up your weekend with big laughs and great guests. This week they’re joined by Formula 1 driver Lando Norris, superstar chef Raymond Blanc and comedian Nathan Caton. Plus 9-year-old Isla reviews her parents’ record collection and listens to a 90s grunge classic.
Part 2 with Raymond Blanc and we talk about first spankings, bathing in rivers and the science behind the souffle! Please don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe to my podcast…I’d love to hear from you guys.
It’s the legendary Raymond Blanc OBE & I’m so excited to share part 1 of 2 from this amazing interview with you guys! Raymond dips in and out of his past sharing the most wonderful stories from his childhood and memories of Maman Blanc. We hear about why Raymond has taken a more spiritual path and how he began his path to creating Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Part 2 next week Monday!
The celebrated French chef Raymond Blanc tells Emily Thomas about his life through five dishes.From a childhood roaming magical forests in Eastern France, to the rather less enticing restaurant scene of 1970s England, Raymond describes how with little grasp of the language and no formal training, he quickly became one of the UK’s best known chefs. His restaurant, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, has been thriving for almost 40 years and during that time he has added a string of cookbooks, TV shows and brasseries to his name. Raymond explains how he balances being a gastronome and perfectionist with running a large business.But we also hear another side to the exuberant chef. The past year has been perhaps one the most difficult of Raymond’s life - closing his restaurants, the isolation of lockdown, the death of his mother and being hospitalised with coronavirus for a month. He tells us why he thinks it will make him a better man.
Raymond Blanc: Simply Raymond and The Lost Orchard
Cooking the Books with Gilly Smith
This week, Gilly is with Raymond Blanc OBE, and it's been a big year for him. His beloved mother, known affectionately as Maman Blanc died while suffering from COVID, he survived a very serious dose of COVID himself through which he learned, finally, to meditate. And he’s released not one but two books – The Lost Orchard in which he lovingly reintroduces us to the apples and pears of our British heritage, and Simply Raymond an homage to his mother and her simple but delicious rustic cooking. As Gilly zooms into le Manoir, she finds him in reflective mood, celebrating the legacy of Maman and Papa Blanc, the role of Le Manoir in British culinary history and planting trees with Prince Charles. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Food is at the heart of chef Raymond Blanc's world – and it's never fresher, healthier nor more flavoursome than when grown and picked just moments from the kitchens at his Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons. He recalls his earliest gardening memories – and reveals the secrets to growing for flavour. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chef Raymond Blanc began to write a recipe book at the beginning of 2020 inspired by the fast and simple cooking of French scientist Edouard de Pomaine and by his mother. He had no idea the world was about to change. A few months later, Raymond was self-isolating when he found that his mother had died in France and then he was hospitalised with Covid for a month over Christmas and into January. He joins Nikki Bedi and Richard Coles to explain how Simply Raymond: Recipes from Home reflects how the past year has changed his approach to food and life.Kathryn Heyman experienced a horrific assault in her early 20s on her way home from a party. In a bid to escape the trauma, Kathryn joined four trawlermen on the Timor Sea where she was unexpectedly able to heal from the wounds of the past. She joins us to talk about her new memoir Fury. Actor Joseph Marcell has been well-known to British theatre audiences for 50 years, beginning his stint at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1972 and now sitting on the board of The Globe Theatre. He is globally famous for a different reason, having played the role of British butler Geoffrey in hit 90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, which launched the career of Will Smith and is still in syndication on television networks around the world.Asian Network presenter Yasser got his first break in TV when he was 12. He talks about discovering a different side to Pakistan when he went there as a DJ, being a 2012 Olympic Torch Bearer and shares stories from his Ramadan tracker, which is discovering out how Muslims are celebrating Ramadan around the world. And we have the Inheritance Tracks of designer Anya Hindmarch.Producer: Laura NorthedgeEditor: Eleanor Garland
Raymond Blanc has spent decades growing an orchard at Le Manoir. An orchard Raymond has planted with 2500 rare trees from in the hope of saving lost and endangered varieties. He explains to Dan Saladino why the orchard might end up being his greatest legacy, a story he has captured in his book, The Lost Orchard. He also selects five different apples that help tell his life story. Dr Joan Morgan, the world's leading pomologist, described as the 'Queen of Apples' helps to tell the stories of the varieties Raymond has chosen.Produced and presented by Dan Saladino.