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The Kitchen Cabinet

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Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way we think about food, cooking and eating. An expert panel answers audience questions.
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Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits. He's joined by Sumayya Usmani, Tim Anderson, Rachel McCormack and Dr Zoe Laughlin to answer questions from a virtual audience. This week, our experts wow us with tales of their record breaking kitchen feats. They also talk us through their ideal breakfast spread, and debate the best summer puddings. Producer: Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer: Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits. Andi Oliver, Shelina Permalloo, Jordan Bourke and Dr Zoe Laughlin answer questions from hungry listeners. Special guest Robert Ortiz drops in to reveal the food secrets behind the most delicious Peruvian dishes. This week, the panellists attempt to settle some kitchen disputes (to varying success), revealing what exactly constitutes a sauce, how to make the perfect scotch egg, and what they would leave as a food offering to the fairies – yes, you heard us! Producer - Hannah Newton Assistant Producer - Aniya Das A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show. Andi Oliver, Nisha Katona, Tim Hayward and Food Historian Dr Annie Gray join from home to answer questions from the virtual audience. This week, in honour of the sun finally showing it's face, the panellists are lighting up the BBQ and answer questions on falafels, kosher marinades, and how to make the most delectable Southern Fried Chicken. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
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Alli G

I'm on the Rob Owen Brown bus!!! Yes! to leaving the teabag in. Yes! to squeezing it out and getting the last mouthful of pure tannin. Yes! the sludgy bit in the bottom of the cup after dunking is revolting. No, to peas in a fish pie (although I do often put a layer of chopped, buttered spinach in the bottom of the dish). The crust always falls off the fish fingers if I grill them, so frying it is. I cannot get salad cream here, so it is butter and tomato ketchup. Where else did we go? Chocolate. White chocolate isn't chocolate. And my husband knows that to keep chocolate in the fridge means I will not go near it. Not even the really good stuff. Finally, no to nuts in a Christmas cake. No crunchy bits in there! Stay safe everyone.

Nov 10th
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Happy⚛️Heritic

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Nov 4th
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Suomi mainittu! Kalakukko💟

Apr 28th
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