Seasonal recipes from the Market Kitchen series on the Good Food Channel
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Jamie Oliver wants to start a food revolution to get people across Britain cooking fresh food again. These simple and delicious recipes will help you get started. Once you feel comfortable making a particular recipe, Pass It On to at least two of your friends, family or work mates and start your Pass It On Chain! at www.jamiesministryoffood.com.
Rank #1: Jamie's Ministry of Food - Parmesan Chicken Breasts With Crispy Posh Ham.
This is a great way to prepare chicken breasts. The texture of the crisp cooked prosciutto goes brilliantly with the tender chicken. Bashing the chicken out thinly before you start cooking means it cooks much faster than a regular chicken breast.
Rank #2: Jamie's Ministry of Food - Everyday Green Chopped Salad.
Chopped salads are incredibly simple to make – you have to give them a go. If nothing else, they can offer you some chopping practice, so why not make something tasty while you’re practising your knife skills?
Resident chef Paula McIntyre brings you a weekly recipe in a handy digestible ten minute download. From BBC Radio Ulster.
Rank #1: Christmas Party Food.
Christmas Party Food
Rank #2: Fairtrade banana bread french toast with fairtrade chocolate cream and caramelized banana.
Paula serves up a delicious treat with chocolate and bananas.
Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are joined by leading chefs and food writers who share their secrets for perfect home-cooked dishes. From BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Rank #1: Nigella Lawson - Italian Christmas Pudding Cake.
Food writer and TV Chef Nigella Lawson combines all the elements of an Italian Christmas in a cake.
Rank #2: Nigel Slater's Dark Chocolate Spice Cake.
NigelSlater’s new book ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ is the story of his love for winter.
A wealth of lively, useful original content on every aspect of food and drink brought to you by the most popular food hot spot on the web, Epicurious. Indulge in your passion for food with videos ranging from cooking technique to Celebrity Chef interviews.
Rank #1: Making Tuscan Beef Stew.
Mazar and her husband prepare their favorite Tuscan beef stew recipe, show us Italian cooking shortcuts, and share tips for making perfect polenta.
Rank #2: Making Linguine with Clams.
Mario Batali demonstrates his recipe for linguine with clams, a traditional part of the Italian Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes.
The olive magazine podcast is brought to you by the food- and drink-obsessed olive magazine team. Hosted by food director Janine Ratcliffe each week, the olive magazine podcast will be sharing exclusive additional content including top chef interviews, behind the scenes gossip, expert advice and fun facts. Consider it the perfect soundtrack to your cooking.
Rank #1: ep 171 - US food writer Alison Roman on fuss-free food.
This week, editor Laura Rowe meets with American food writer and viral recipe queen, Alison Roman, ahead of her latest book coming out this month. Discover the food Alison grew up with, how she became an internationally acclaimed recipe writer and cookbook author, how to achieve her lo-fi cooking style and lots more. Be sure to check out the November (2019) issue of olive magazine for four recipes from Alison's new book, Nothing Fancy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: ep 144 - LISBON food trends and where to eat in SRI LANKA.
This week digital editor Alex meets up with Antonio Galapito, co-owner and chef of popular Lisbon restaurant Prado and finds out all about Portuguese ingredients and the coolest new food trends in Lisbon. Then later, travel ed Rhiannon talks about her recent trip to Sri Lanka and the food scene at the port of Galle including fish markets, tea shops and spicy curries. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Hello, I’m Nigella Lawson and these are my Seasonal Sound Bites. Three podcasts in celebration of festive cooking, produced in collaboration with my publishers, Vintage. I make no secret of the fact that Christmas is my favourite time of year. As I’ve often said, I wallow in it and relish it. Here, I talk through the before, during, and after of my Christmas; the nation’s classics, the alternative recipes, and those dishes I return to year after year. I want you to feel that I’m there with you, in the kitchen, as you cook. My books are the conversations we might be having, and these podcasts are an extension of that.
Rank #1: Nigella Summer - what I'm cooking right now.
In the last of my summer podcasts I talk about the food I'm cooking right now, what food really means to me, how I hope you all feel when you get in the kitchen and how I decide which recipes to include in my books. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Nigella Summer - an indoor picnic for the British summer.
What could be more appropriate to the climate I live in than an indoor picnic? Much as I enjoy cooking, when I have friends over I don’t always want to make a meal of it. I’m not looking to cut corners, but the opposite: I want everyone to laze expansively - a freeform fiesta - greedily grazing from bits and bites covering the kitchen table. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The chart topping podcast for the UK's best food magazine, delicious. magazine, featuring stories and hot topics from the world of food. From small producers to the best chefs in the world, from delightful dishes to the big issues in health, food waste and sustainability, from high-profile interviews to words of wisdom from the country’s most thoughtful food writers, the delicious. podcast explores just about everything that’s on the plate in 21st century Britain.
Rank #1: Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver: St John.
This week, Gilly Smith talks to Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver, whose restaurant, St John, a former smokehouse just outside Smithfield Meat market, brought nose-to-tail eating to London when it opened in 1995. We chat about The Book of St John which celebrates 25 years of the restaurant, and we have a rather frank discussion about English wine and sustainable eating. We also hear how Parkinson’s has affected Fergus’s life as a chef, and he talks about his inspiration – the late, great Anthony Bourdain. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Episode 20: The Nigella Episode.
This month, we're in Nigella's very own kitchen with stories about her fabulous new book and TV series At My Table. Plus Jimmy Doherty on a 'who knew?' tour of Britain's favourite fish 'n' chip vinegar, Sarsons, why 'Mob grazing' in egg production could save the planet and chef and food writer, Allegra McEvedy on why losing her mother's favourite recipe inspired the wallpaper at her restaurant, Albertine. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Explore endless menu possibilities with video podcasts from the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America. Recipes and techniques online at www.ciaprochef.com
Rank #1: Latieng at the Royal Traditional Thai Crafts School for Women .
We next head to the Royal Traditional Thai Crafts School for Women, a culinary school in Bangkok’s royal palace. Culinary Instructor Darunee Charkaptlan shows us how to make Latieng: Fried Prawns and Nut Wrapped in an Egg Net, typically served as an appetizer. Sunaree Tanmanatragul from Greenlight Production translates for Chef Einav Gefen. Download recipes and watch the full series at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/thailand/
Rank #2: Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.
Watch the full documentary and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena recipe demonstrations at http://www.ciaprochef.com/modena/ Italy’s region of Modena produces two distinct specialty vinegars with deceptively similar names: Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena share a common history and origin, but their similarities end there. In 1747, registries from the Duke of Este’s Cellars first recorded the difference between these two products. Not until the nineteenth century, were the two distinct recipes officially codified by the regional authority. Learn about how these two vinegar recipes differ in this video.
Stir The Pot is a podcast about food and the people that love it. Each episode we interview a chef, food writer or even a celebrity that loves food and just loves to talk about it. This isn't just another stale podcast, in this show we sit in the kitchen and chat all things food, from the things we love to the things we cannot stand, it's not that serious and hopefully we have a laugh along the way! The show is presented by food writer Edd Kimber, who you may know as the winner of the first ever Great British Bake Off (The Great British Baking Show in the US).
Rank #1: Stir The Pot - Ep 3 - Dorie Greenspan.
Stir The Pot - A podcast about food and people from Edd Kimber.This weeks episode is international in flair, with American food writer Dorie Greenspan in her Parisian home, edited whilst im on holiday in San Fransisco. We talk all about Dories background through to her new cookbook Dories Cookies and her new project #cookiesandkindness
Rank #2: Stir The Pot - Ep 12 - Mothers Day Special.
With Mothers day this Sunday in the UK I thought I would try and coax my Mum to come on the podcast and have a chat. After a little bit of persuading she agreed and I am so thankful that she did. I hope you indulge me and give this episode a listen. It is obviously very personal to me and it is a little different from the usual guests but I love this episode, it gives you a little insight into my childhood and why I work in the food industry.
We invite you all to join our food talks; they are held at Honey and Spice in front of a small group of guests. The people we admire from the food world come over – cooks, waiters, makers, writers, drinkers, thinkers – we have something to eat, a glass of wine and they tell us their story of making a life in food.
Rank #1: Series 2: Fuchsia Dunlop.
Fuchsia Dunlop is a cook, food-writer, broadcaster and author of some of our favourite books, specialising in Chinese cuisine. Fuchsia visited us at Honey and Spice where we talked about her latest book, Land of Fish and Rice: Recipes from the Culinary Heart of China which is full of beautiful recipes from the Jiangnan province in eastern China, where she likes to eat in Chinatown and the best tools and ingredients for cooking authentic Chinese food in your own kitchen.
Rank #2: Series 6: The art of fermentation with Sandor Katz.
Sandor Ellix Katz is a fermentation revivalist. His books Wild Fermentation and The Art of Fermentation, along with the hundreds of fermentation workshops he has taught around the world, have helped to catalyse a broad revival of the fermentation arts. A self-taught experimentalist who lives in rural Tennessee, the New York Times calls him “one of the unlikely rock stars of the American food scene.” We spoke to Sandor about his life in a commune, what he's discovered recently and much more!
Epicurious kicks off a tempting tour, Around the World in 80 Dishes, showcasing the classic, iconic dishes of international cuisine.
Rank #1: Korea: Beef Bulgogi - Cook and Serve.
Around the World in 80 Dishes takes you to Korea, with a classic recipe for beef bulgogi - marinated sirloin in a lettuce leaf wrap, prepared by a Culinary Institute of America chef.
Rank #2: Italy: Arancini di Riso (Cheese-Filled Risotto Croquettes).
Around the World in 80 Dishes takes you to Sicily, Italy, with a demonstration of a classic recipe for Arancini di Riso (Cheese-Filled Risotto Croquettes with Tomato Sauce) prepared by a Culinary Institute of America chef.
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Rank #1: Martini Terminology.
Basic Bartending Ideas that everyone should know.
Rank #2: Seafood in Fata Paper.
Fata Paper is a hot new thing, you can heat it to 400-degrees in the oven. Fata Paper is a clear film which you can use to create appetizers, entrees and desserts. This recipe is similar to the French papillote. Papillote is when we bake fish in greased parchment, the parchment fills with air and is cut open tableside to reveal the dish.
I'm all about cooking from scratch, so check out my video channel for recipes that taste great and are really simple to prepare and cook. That's why I'm a YouTube Next Chef winner.
Rank #1: Fish and Chips Recipe.
Make Fish and Chips healthy with this easy home made recipe. It tastes great with less ingredients than you may think.
Rank #2: How to cook Steak.
Steak isn't that difficult to cook - it's all in the timing and the intensity of heat you use. Check out my video on how to cook steak both rare and well done.
Food writer James Ramsden and musician Sam Herlihy dish up a weekly offering of food-related nonsense, exploring the complex and often confusing world of modern gastronomy. One minute they might be discussing the qualities of rice vinegar, the next asking whether or not Cher actually enjoys sharing plates. With special guests and even more special games, The Kitchen Is On Fire is a essential listening for anyone with ears. Follow them on Twitter @Kitchen_On_Fire.
Rank #1: Ep160: A Survey Of 1000 People | Featuring food writer and cookbook author Ed Smith.
The TickyOff Boyz are well known across the globe for their searing insight, for their deep seated ability to get to the true crux of many of humanity’s greatest imponderables. Sometimes however, our heroes need to take a step back from the coalface of vast issues and giggle about a rude word for a solid half an hour like a pair of idiotic, immature, school boys. James and Sam regularly skirt close to intellectual perfection, this episode is not one of those instances. Feel free to skip the first thirty minutes if such behavior holes your hull instead of floating yer damn boat. This week there are toilet flushing ghosts, large babies and some solid biscuit chat. James takes a huge swing, and misses, at this week’s guest and Sam says that seals are like divers with cat faces. The aforementioned guest this week is food writer and blogger Ed Smith who spurts out information from his mouth opening concerning his two cookbooks, the history of Borough market and his origin story from lawyer to writer. There’s also the spooky tale of Issac McHale in a bonnet haunting people, mashed potato techniques and James eats a huge number of ginger nut biscuits while in an alcohol-free induced depression. If I was a foolish fool, I’d say this episode is proper cray cray. But I am not, so I shall not. This week’s episode is sponsored by the wine warriors at dropwine.co.uk and the vodka gladiators at ourvodka.com/ourlondon.
Rank #2: Ep173: Highway To Hull | Featuring 26 Grains owner and cookbook author Alex Hely-Hutchinson.
This week on English Country Garden Naturist Patrol, James and Sam discuss inner-thigh chafing, brunching in the buff and what to pack for a naturist's masquerade ball in Ipswich. Apologies, that's their other pod..Anyway, this week on the TickyOff things get off to a mellow start as James relaxes himself by placing a stress reliever toy somewhere foul. He is also planning on babysitting some yeast. Sam has cooked some Palestinian food, cuts his fingernails in a grim fashion and starts bleating on about shoe horns. They then move on to weightier topics such as heavy drinking in the hospitality industry, colonic irrigation and Sam's Ma's steak sauce recipe. Then noted grain peddler Alex Hely-Hutchinson pretty much arrives in the office to add another mouth to the mouth duo that was there mouthing with their mouths prior to her arrival, with her mouth in tow. The mouth of Alex rambles forth on celeb visitors to her shop (PAUL M'F&^KIN THOMAS ANDERSON!!! Spoiler alert....horse, wave your tail at the stable door way way behind you), broccolo, grains vs seeds and how to evolve a breakfast led business. James’s mouth erupts with his porridge tekkers. Sam's mouth seems to spurt in all directions as they cover Queen, The Queen and how to maintain the warranty on your Sodastream machine. And in a final brave stance, as a two fingered salute to all the haters, all the negative nellies, and to The Man, the TickyOff Boyz proclaim that murder.... is bad. Bravery like that deserves a goddamn Nobel prize or at least some Squarespace sponsorship surely? This week's episode is sponsored by wine nirvana providers dropwine.co.uk and vodka babylon kings ourvodka.com/ourlondon
A video show about DIY, cooking, gardening, and other fun stuff. I love cooking and gardening and know enough about these and other things to be dangerous. AND check out our audio podcast, GardenFork Radio as well.
Rank #1: Ask Me Anything #1.
Eric answers viewer questions on this episode of GardenFork.TV Get Our Email News: http://gardenfork.tv/sign-up-for-our-email-newsletter Would you consider becoming a monthly supporter of GardenFork? For less than a cup of coffee, you can! Learn more on our Patreon page here: http://patreon.com/gardenfork Support GardenFork while shopping at Amazon, start here: http://gardenfork.tv/amazon
Rank #2: Starting seeds indoors - GardenFork.TV.
How to grow seeds indoors to start your garden Would you consider becoming a monthly supporter of GardenFork? For less than a cup of coffee, you can! Learn more on our Patreon page here: http://patreon.com/gardenfork Get Our Email News: http://gardenfork.tv/sign-up-for-our-email-newsletter Support GardenFork while shopping at Amazon, start here: http://gardenfork.tv/amazon