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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 16, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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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

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Rank #2: 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

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Rank #3: 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

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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

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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

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Rank #6: The July Episode with Alison Roman, Raymond Blanc, James Milton and Ben Tish

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This week, Gilly Smith talks to food writer and social media queen, Alison Roman, rugby captain turned brewer, Alistair Hargreaves of Wolfpack lager, pioneer of New Zealand's biodynamic wines, James Milton, Raymond Blanc on 35 years at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Christine Cort on the Manchester International Festival and Ben Tish on the legacy of the food of the Moors.

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Jul 03 2019

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Rank #7: 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

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Rank #8: 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

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Rank #9: 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

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Rank #10: 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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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

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Rank #12: 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

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Rank #13: 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

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Rank #14: Manchester, a foodie's special. Sponsored by Woodalls Charcuterie

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This week Gilly Smith and River Cottage's Steven Lamb explore the rise and rise of Manchester's food scene with Colin Woodall of Woodalls Charcuterie, Adam Reid, head chef at The French, Lee Frost, butcher to the city's best restaurants and Lucy Noone, greengrocer to the stars. Plus where and why to eat in Manchester with Christine Cort, chief executive of the biennial Manchester International Festival, Fodder podcaster, Matt White, food journalist, Louise Rhind-Tutt and restaurant consultant, Thom Hetherington.

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Sep 20 2018

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Rank #15: James Martin tells us why Great Britain really is great

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In the March bumper episode of the monthly magazine-style podcast, Gilly Smith meets; delicious. magazine columnist Debora Robertson who tells us how to feed our dogs, TV chef James Martin who tells us about his Great British adventure and she tunnels under the streets of London to find the world’s first sustainable farm. Food historian Angela Clutton gives us the 'who knew' on vinegar and, as Brexit looms, we hear from an Iranian refugee on how food humanises the people behind the headlines. 

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Feb 27 2019

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Rank #16: Extra Portion with Thomasina Miers

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This week, Gilly Smith talks to Thomasina Miers, food writer and founder of Mexican restaurant chain, Wahaca about The Day of the Dead.

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Nov 02 2017

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Rank #17: Extra Portion: Giles Coren on the role of the restaurant critic

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This week, Gilly Smith talks about the role of the restaurant critic with Giles Coren in an age when everyone is a critic on social media.

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Jun 14 2018

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Rank #18: The September Episode: On Jack Stein, Palestine through its recipes, and 30 years of the great British relish

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This week, Gilly Smith talks to Jack Stein, son of Rick and Jill and father of Milo, about his new book 'World on a Plate', and to Yasmin Khan about 'Zaitoun', her story of the Palestinians through their recipes. Plus: George Pittkeithley on the Feed Yourself, Feed A Child campaign at his Pilau restaurants in London, Mark Sargeant of Rocksalt in Folkestone on guest cheffing at London legend, J Sheekey, and thirty years of the great British relish.

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Aug 30 2018

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Rank #19: The January Episode

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To see the New Year in, Gilly Smith finds out how to get the best out of your January without giving up a thing. She dines at London’s largest vegan banquet with Joanna Lumley, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Philip Lymbery and members of London's oldest networking group, Women in Advertising, Communications, London, and finds out how to be Completely Perfect in the kitchen with food writer, Felicity Cloake. She's got a slice of well-being coach, Jasmine Hemsley’s Ayurevedic life, and reports from the Slovenian Dolomites on why natural wines are good for the planet. Plus the best cheese fondue ever with Livy in the delicious. Test Kitchen.

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Dec 26 2018

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Rank #20: Episode 15: Dartmoor Hill Pony Meat, Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, Real Junk Food Project, Watercress Gin and Lorraine Pascale,

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This month we pop into the Ghana Kitchen with chef and author Zoe Adjonyoh; we get a glimpse behind the scenes at the Goodwood Festival of Food and Racing, and we meet a commuter turned micro distiller whose life change was inspired by watercress. Plus a thought-provoker: would you ever eat pony meat?
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May 24 2017

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