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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.

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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.

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9 Ratings
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Brilliant

By Love Delicious - Jun 03 2018
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Being a food professional I like to listen to any food related podcasts I can find. The Delicious Magazine podcast is by the far the best I've found: informative, en trend & has an organic nature to it that I think is missing in so many podcasts. Gilly Smith, the host is excellent - well informed, she asks pertinent questions & has an effortless conversational tone. Interviewing people in their kitchens & places of work makes it feel as though you're there.

Don't like

By Valerielistens - Mar 02 2018
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The host (J. Smith) has a sing song condescending manner. It is quite annoying. The editing is choppy. Some of the podcasts are very short, like 5 minutes. The interviews conducted outside of the studio usually have a lot of background noises. I don't get it.

iTunes Ratings

9 Ratings
Average Ratings
5
1
1
0
2

Brilliant

By Love Delicious - Jun 03 2018
Read more
Being a food professional I like to listen to any food related podcasts I can find. The Delicious Magazine podcast is by the far the best I've found: informative, en trend & has an organic nature to it that I think is missing in so many podcasts. Gilly Smith, the host is excellent - well informed, she asks pertinent questions & has an effortless conversational tone. Interviewing people in their kitchens & places of work makes it feel as though you're there.

Don't like

By Valerielistens - Mar 02 2018
Read more
The host (J. Smith) has a sing song condescending manner. It is quite annoying. The editing is choppy. Some of the podcasts are very short, like 5 minutes. The interviews conducted outside of the studio usually have a lot of background noises. I don't get it.
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The delicious. podcast

Latest release on Jan 23, 2020

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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: Episode 20: The Nigella Episode

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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.

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Oct 26 2017

26mins

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Rank #2: Episode 28: The one about women, wine and song

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This month, Gilly Smith talks to Mexican chef, Martha Ortiz about food and sensuality, to author, James Whetlor about zero grazing in the burgeoning billy goat market and meets former Ottolenghi chef, Ramael Scully for a Slice of his Life. Plus we're off to California to meet Gina Gallo, grand daughter and great niece of the post Prohibition wine pioneers, Ernest and Julio Gallo, and to the Swiss alps to forage for lunch with www.cherrieswalks.com

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Jun 28 2018

36mins

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Rank #3: Yotam Ottolenghi on identity, food fights and feeding the kids

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More, much more of that interview with Yotam Ottolenghi with Gilly Smith from last week's episode. This week, she asks him about food identity, peace food and how to win the fight about food with his kids (spoiler alert: don't fight!)

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Oct 04 2018

19mins

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Rank #4: Vintage Nigella: Twenty years of How to Eat

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In this special half hour extended interview, Gilly Smith talks to Nigella Lawson about the book that launched her career as the updated version of How to Eat hits the shelves twenty years on. Gilly takes her back to when the book was first conceived, finds out what Nigella thinks of gastro porn and explores how she became an icon in modern food.

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Oct 17 2018

34mins

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Rank #5: The February Episode

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This month, Gilly Smith meets American author, Laura Shapiro whose book ‘What She Ate’ looks at six women in history through the food on their tables. And we look at that damning report on Parmesan from Compassion in World Farming with the man who found the story, Philip Lymbery. We’ve got our usual tales from the producer, plus a slice of life with delicious columnist, Kay Plunkett-Hogge and more recipes from the delicious test kitchen.

 

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Jan 25 2018

25mins

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Rank #6: The New Year Episode

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Gilly Smith talks to Jamie Oliver about his food fights for the new year, with energy drinks and fish belly his latest battles on Channel 4's Friday Night Feast. Dawn French talks about the food behind the new Sky1 series, Delicious, and social media star, Clerkenwell Boy gives us a Slice of His Life. Plus: River Cottage's Steven Lamb talks about his new book Cheese and Dairy, we visit Trenchmore Farm in Sussex to find out what chefs look for from their high welfare meat, and we pop into the delicious.Test Kitchen to find out what the food team is up to.

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Dec 28 2017

27mins

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Rank #7: Extra Portion: Nigella Lawson

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With much MUCH more from Gilly Smith's interview featured in the November episode, Nigella talks about food memories, brown food and her faith in the next generation to cook. Nigella's latest series 'At My Table' is on Wednesdays on BBC2 at 8pm.

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Dec 14 2017

25mins

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Rank #8: Episode 25: The one about spring in Italy

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This month, Gilly Smith is off to Italy to eat like a local with author, Skye McAlpine in Venice and in Rome with wine, olive and villa man, Andrea Spalletti Trivelli. We're breaking bread for Easter with Bread for Life, the flour that keeps on giving, and we discover chef, Theo Randall’s super power in his Slice of My Life. Plus, find out which rising star is having a rose-soaked brioche tested by the food team.

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Mar 29 2018

28mins

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Rank #9: Extra Portion: #OnePlanetPlate

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This week, Gilly Smith finds out about #OnePlanetPlate, the campaign launched this month by the Sustainable Restaurant Association to encourage chefs to create one dish on their menus for a better future. Gilly meets Nick Balfe at Salon in Brixton Market who's already signed up and the SRA’s Juliane Caillouette Noble, and (easily) persuades chef Theo Randall to sign up too.

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Mar 08 2018

11mins

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Rank #10: The One About Tea

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This week, we meet Angela Hartnett as she prepares to take her mentee, Killian Crowley to represent the UK and Ireland in the San Pellegrino Young Chef grand finale in Milan. Chef, Robin Gill talks about his new book, Larder and we’re talking tea – with a difference. Plus food editor Jen Bedloe in the delicious. Test Kitchen and magazine editor, Karen Barnes tells us what’s in the May issue.

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Apr 26 2018

25mins

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Rank #11: It Wouldn't be Christmas Without... Peter Gordon's chilli-roast kumara

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This week, Gilly Smith is at home with one of British food's most influential chefs, New Zealander Peter Gordon, to cook up his must-have Christmas recipe: chilli-roast sweet potatoes

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Nov 28 2019

33mins

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Rank #12: The Easter Episode: With Steven Lamb, Dan Saladino and the food lovers who've found their happy place.

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This week, Gilly Smith meets Steven Lamb of River Cottage, the winner of this year’s Jane Grigson Trust award for new food writer, Dan Saladino, and finds out how to be a nomadic chef. Plus the woman who left a life of high finance to make her Susana and Daughters kefir, the wine producer who’s winning awards for leaving the least impact on the planet, and Sophie from the food team with 25 seconds on Marmite.

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Mar 27 2019

25mins

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Rank #13: Extra Portion: Mildred's Vegan

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In this week's Extra Portion of the delicious. podcast, Gilly Smith talks to the authors of Mildred’s Vegan, Sarah Wasserman and Dan Acevedo about the extraordinary rise in veganism.

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Mar 15 2018

10mins

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Rank #14: Untitled Episode

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This week, Gilly Smith learns how to make a strawberry gazpacho like Spanish chef, Jose Pizarro whose new book Andalusia is a journey through the flavours of Spain’s southern coast. 

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May 22 2019

14mins

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Rank #15: Episode 19: The October Podcast

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This month, it's all about superlatives in British food, with the winners of the delicious. Produce Awards and chef Philip Howard on British Food Fortnight. Plus: award-winning food writer, Olia Hercules on her allotment adventures, and Raymond Blanc and Candice Brown at the Races. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Sep 28 2017

23mins

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Rank #16: How to Cook Like... Jasmine Hemsley

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In a brand new feature for 2019, Gilly Smith chats to food writers and chefs about their culinary philosophy while they make her lunch. In the first of the series, Gilly learns how to cook like Ayurvedic well-being coach, co-founder (with sister, Melissa) of well-being brand Hemsley and Hemsley and writer of East by West, Jasmine Hemsley who suggests that our vitality, well being and happiness is all about the way we eat, and how we think about what we eat. 

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Jan 02 2019

20mins

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Rank #17: Can Veganism Save the Planet?

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This week, Gilly Smith asks if veganism can save the planet with a panel of experts including author of 'Wilding', Isabella Tree, Instagram star, Fat Gay Vegan and Radio 1 DJ, Nesta McGregor

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May 15 2019

13mins

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Rank #18: Extra Portion with Sumayaa Usmani

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In this series of the extra bits from the monthly delicious.podcast, we meet Pakistani food writer, Sumayya Usmani whose book 'Mountain Berries and Desert Spice' is out this month. We join her on holiday in The Highlands of Scotland for a barbecued venison tikka. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

May 04 2017

13mins

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Rank #19: How to Cook Like... Andy Oliver of Som Saa

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This week, Gilly Smith is at Spitalfields’ super cool Thai restaurant, Som Saa learning how to make the popular papaya salad, Som Tam with chef and owner Andy Oliver. Andy tells her how he learned to cook with Thai food hero, David Thompson at his legendary Thai restaurant Nahm, and what he thinks now about the twitter storm last year which resulted in him sacking one of his own chefs for a racist slur.

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Mar 20 2019

18mins

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Rank #20: Meera Sodha’s storecupboard masterclass

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delicious. books series: Meet vegan and vegetarian food writer Meera Sodha as she cooks up a recipe for kimchi pancakes from her new book East and gives delicious. magazine’s Gilly Smith a masterclass in Asian storecupboard ingredients.

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Sep 12 2019

32mins

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Be a Better Cook: Marco Pierre White

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delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith talks to one of the most controversial figures in British food – gastropunk and bad boy of the kitchen, Marco Pierre White. As he reflects on his place in the story of modern cooking, Marco reveals what he thinks of modern chefs, the move from classicism to the trend for tasting menus and the most important recipe of his life: his mother’s.

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Jan 23 2020

35mins

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Be a Better Cook: Steven Edwards

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delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith hones her cooking skills with chef Steven Edwards, who shows how to prepare a globe artichoke and turn a favourite childhood breakfast into a fine-dining experience.

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Jan 16 2020

30mins

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Be a Better Cook: food writer and GBBO star Martha Collison

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In a new series for the new decade, delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith learns how to make a salted caramel sauce for brownies with 2014 Great British Bake Off quarter-finalist Martha Collison.

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Jan 09 2020

22mins

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Be a Better Cook: Top chef Simon Rogan

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A new series for the new decade: delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith learns how to take cooking skills to the next level with Michelin star chef Simon Rogan, who cooks up a mouthwatering pudding from his book Rogan

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Jan 02 2020

21mins

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It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without... Rick Stein's sparkling shiraz

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This week, delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith finds out Rick Stein's Christmas tipple and talks about his secret France and the legacy of his late director, fellow bon viveur and friend David Pritchard.

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Dec 26 2019

31mins

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It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without... The Hairy Bikers and all the trimmings

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This week,delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith finds out what Christmas is like at home with The Hairy Bikers.

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Dec 19 2019

29mins

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It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without ... Matt Tebbutt's locally farmed beef

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This week, delicious. magazine’s Gilly Smith talks to Matt Tebbutt about how food habits have changed since he's been the host of Saturday Kitchen and Food Unwrapped – and, in this Christmas special, why he's buying the beef for his family's festive feast from his local taxi driver.



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Dec 12 2019

28mins

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It Wouldn't be Christmas Without... A BOSH! Vegan Feast

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Gilly Smith is talking about a vegan Christmas with social media superstars Ian Theasby and Henry Firth - better known as BOSH! - whose inspiring recipes are changing the way people eat.

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Dec 05 2019

31mins

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It Wouldn't be Christmas Without... Peter Gordon's chilli-roast kumara

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This week, Gilly Smith is at home with one of British food's most influential chefs, New Zealander Peter Gordon, to cook up his must-have Christmas recipe: chilli-roast sweet potatoes

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Nov 28 2019

33mins

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It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without... a wild turkey

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This week, Gilly Smith is with award-winning turkey farmer Paul Kelly whose slow-grown, wild-ranging birds have been lauded by Delia, Nigella and Jamie.

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Nov 21 2019

24mins

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It Wouldn't be Christmas Without... Chinese noodles with Ken Hom

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This week, Gilly Smith talks to Ken Hom, the man who brought the wok to British cooking. She chats about his childhood in Chicago's Chinatown and why the festive celebrations wouldn't be complete without a plate of his mother's chicken noodles.


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Nov 14 2019

24mins

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It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without: A wintery walk with Gill Meller

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In the first episode in the Christmas series of the delicious. podcast, Gilly Smith is out foraging for mushrooms with food writer, delicious. columnist and River Cottage chef Gill Meller.

 

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Nov 07 2019

28mins

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Alison Roman cooks steak with a life-changing salsa

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delicious.books: In the last of the series sponsored by Hive.co.ukdelicious. magazine's Gilly Smith chats to New York Times and Bon Appetit columnist Alison Roman as she chops her chillies and cooks up a sizzling steak from her latest book Nothing Fancy

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Oct 24 2019

22mins

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Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver: St John

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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.

 

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Oct 17 2019

26mins

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Wokstar Ching in a masterclass on wok cooking and the yin and yang of Chinese food.

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In episode 7, delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith chats to Chinese cook and food writer Ching He Huang about her latest book, Wok On, about veganism, conscious cooking and, of course, the endless possibilities of cooking with a wok.

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Oct 10 2019

28mins

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GBBO star Kim-Joy on her first book and her magical inner world

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delicious.books: This week, delicious. magazine's Gilly Smith chats to the Great British Bake Off 2018 finalist about her debut book, Baking with Kim-Joy, and her fantastical inner world. 

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Oct 03 2019

24mins

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Donal Skehan on plant-based superfood, and the Next Big Thing from America.

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delicious. books series: Food writer and YouTuber, Donal Skehan teaches delicious. magazine’s Gilly Smith some of the simple tips for a more plant-based diet from his new book Superfood in Minutes.

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Sep 26 2019

33mins

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Jay Rayner on food memories, mortality and jazz

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delicious. books series: Food writer and critic Jay Rayner invites delicious. magazine’s Gilly Smith into his kitchen to discuss the themes from his latest book, My Last Supper.

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Sep 19 2019

29mins

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Meera Sodha’s storecupboard masterclass

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delicious. books series: Meet vegan and vegetarian food writer Meera Sodha as she cooks up a recipe for kimchi pancakes from her new book East and gives delicious. magazine’s Gilly Smith a masterclass in Asian storecupboard ingredients.

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Sep 12 2019

32mins

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Cerys Matthews on a life of music, travel and food

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delicious. books series: Gilly Smith meets Cerys Matthews, presenter on BBC6 Music and BBC Radio 2’s The Blues Show, as she opens a copy of her new book, Where The Wild Cooks Go, for the first time and talks about what inspires her writing.

 

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Sep 05 2019

20mins

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iTunes Ratings

9 Ratings
Average Ratings
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1
1
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2

Brilliant

By Love Delicious - Jun 03 2018
Read more
Being a food professional I like to listen to any food related podcasts I can find. The Delicious Magazine podcast is by the far the best I've found: informative, en trend & has an organic nature to it that I think is missing in so many podcasts. Gilly Smith, the host is excellent - well informed, she asks pertinent questions & has an effortless conversational tone. Interviewing people in their kitchens & places of work makes it feel as though you're there.

Don't like

By Valerielistens - Mar 02 2018
Read more
The host (J. Smith) has a sing song condescending manner. It is quite annoying. The editing is choppy. Some of the podcasts are very short, like 5 minutes. The interviews conducted outside of the studio usually have a lot of background noises. I don't get it.