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Author: Elizabeth Kerr and Kat Wood

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Beth and Kat are two lovers of all things food who bring you weekly insights into the adventures of fellow epicureans and their businesses. Focusing on the journey and not the destination, they will explore what gets their guests out of bed in the morning and what life looks like when you’re starting from scratch in this competitive sector.
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For episode 19 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Joey O'Hare and Katy Taylor. Joey and Katy share their exciting and innovative vegcentric recipes through their blog, Food with Time and via Instagram, where you can watch their how-to videos.  Joey is also Head of Development at allplants and you can go back and listen to our chat with her and founder Alex by scrolling back to find season 6, episode 58. Follow Joey @joeyscooking and Katy @katytaylored and visit their website at www.foodwithtime.com. Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email  thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please  support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if  the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 18 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Rob, CEO at Toast Ale. To listen to our first episode with Toast Ale, scroll back to find season 5, episode 43. Follow Toast Ale @toastale and buy their beers at https://www.toastale.com/ Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if  the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode  17 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Mira, author, wellness consultant and founder of Chai by Mira at Tri Yoga Soho. To listen to our first episode with Mira,  scroll back to find season 2, episode 13.  Follow Mira @miramanek and find out more at www.miramanek.com. Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing.  These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if  the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 16 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Safia, photographer, food writer and consultant. You can listen to our first episode with Safia, scroll back to find season 1, episode 9! Follow Safia @dearsafia and take a look at Safia's portfolio of work at https://www.dearsafia.com/ Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email   thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast,  please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 15 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Adam, co-founder of JARR Kombucha, creators of delicious fermented tea driven by a passion to change drinking habits. JARR To hear our first interview  with Adam, go back and  listen to season 5, episode 49! Follow JARR @jarrkombucha and head to www.jarrkombucha.com to order. Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email   thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast,  please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For  episode 14 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Emily, chef and author of Weligama, recipes from Sri Lanka. To hear our first interview with Emily, go back and  listen to season 1, episode 4! Follow Emily @weligama_ldn and check out her book, Weligama.  Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email  thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For  episode 13 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Maxine, founder of  Polka Pants. Polka Pants are stylish and practical chef trousers for all, made in London and sold in the UK, US and beyond. To hear our first interview with Maxine, go back and  listen to season 5, episode 41. Follow Polka Pants @polkapants or visit www.polkapants.com to order or find out more. Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email  thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please  support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 12 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Saima, founder of The Hampstead Kitchen. The Hampstead Kitchen specialise in catering for private events and it was inspiring to hear how Saima is maintaining the core values of her business. To hear our first interview with Saima, go back and listen to season 6, episode 53. Follow The Hampstead Kitchen @hampsteadkitchn or visit http://thehampsteadkitchen.com/ Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 11 of 'Adjusting, with...', we are talking to Abi, founder of Le Choux. Le Choux brings classical French patisserie to London with a unique offering of delicious filled choux buns along with a range of cookies and cakes. To hear our first interview with Abi, go back and listen to season 3, episode 29.  Follow Abi @lechouxlondon or visit lechouxlondon.com to order now! Find us @whatscookingpodcast or email thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you're enjoying the podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing.  These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn't perfect!
For episode 10 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Rebecca, founder of Rock My Bowl. Rock My Bowl are a boutique catering brand, delivering vibrant, tasty and beautifully-styled food for shoots and events.. To hear our first interview with Rebecca, go back and listen to season 2, episode 14. Follow Rock My Bowl @rockmybowl. Find out more and buy granola at http://www.rockmybowl.com/ Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com.  If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 9 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Clem,  founder of Yoga Brunch Club. Clem runs events, bringing people together through yoga classes and delicious brunches, ordinarily across Bristol and London, currently online. To hear our first interview with Clem, go back and listen to season 4, episode 40. Follow Yoga Brunch Club @yogabrunchclub. Find out more and buy tickets to Clem's online classes and events at www.yogabrunchclub.com. Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on   Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com.  If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 8 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Meredith, creator of Food at Heart and Calm Cocoa. Meredith specialises in meditation and mindful eating using the medium of chocolate! To hear our first interview with Meredith, go back and listen to season 2,  episode 17. Follow Meredith @meredith_foodatheart and buy some at-home mindful chocolate kits at https://calmcocoa.co.uk/ Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on  Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and  subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 7 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Andrew, owner of  Vanilla Black. Vanilla Black are a pioneering vegetarian restaurant created by Andrew and his wife, Donna. To hear our first interview with Andrew, go back and  listen to season 3,  episode 28.  Follow Andrew @vanilla_black_uk and www.vanillablack.co.uk.  Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on  Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and  subscribing.  These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 6 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Nynke, Operations Manager at Made in Hackney. Made in Hackney are a plant-based, community kitchen who have completely changed their offering in response to the pandemic. To hear our first interview with founder Sarah, go back and listen to season 4,  episode 31. Follow Made in Hackney @madeinhackney and https://madeinhackney.org/ Donate to their crowdfunder https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/made-in-hackney-4 Olivia Colman at Made in Hackney https://www.standard.co.uk/news/foodforlondon/food-for-london-now-olivia-colman-joins-delivery-round-a4423251.html Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com.  If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 5 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Dana, founder of Arganic. Arganic produce 100% organic, single origin Argan Oil, both culinary and cosmetic. To hear our first interview with Dana, go back and listen to season 2,  episode 12. Follow Dana on Instagram @danaelemara and Arganic @arganic. Visit www.arganic.co.uk for more information and to purchase their oils.  Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com.  If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 4 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we are talking to Alex Head, founder of Social Pantry. We talk about the impact of the restrictions and how the Social Pantry team are monitoring and managing any ongoing developments in addition to maintaining employee morale and wellbeing.  To hear our first interview with Alex, go back and listen to season 4, episode 32.  Follow Alex on Instagram @alexhead_sp or visit alexhead.co.uk. Find Social Pantry @social_pantry and socialpantry.co.uk Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 3 of ‘Adjusting, with…,' we talked to Tessa Stuart. Tessa is an in-store researcher, business consultant and author, helping food and drink brands to understand the market and create stand-out messaging for their products. To hear our first interview with Tessa and find out more about what she does, go back and listen to season 2, episode 20.  Follow Tessa on Instagram @tessa_stuart or visit www.tessastuart.co.uk. Find her two best selling books on Amazon - these are a must-read for any food business owner, we cannot recommend them enough. Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect! 
For episode 2 of ‘Adjusting with…,' we spoke to Elly Curshen, food writer, cookbook author, Divertimenti Cookery School teacher and owner of The Pear Cafe from 2006-2018. To hear our first interview with Elly, go back and listen to season 5, episode 42. Follow Elly on Instagram @ellypear, look out for Elly's column in Waitrose Weekend and find all three cookbooks online. Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect!
For episode 1 of ‘Adjusting with…,' we talked to Nikki of City Harvest. City Harvest redistribute surplus food to charities and organisations around London to help those in need. To hear our first interview with Nikki and find out more about City Harvest, go back and listen to season 6, episode 52.  Follow City Harvest on Instagram @cityharvestlondon or visit www.cityharvest.org.uk. Find their Go Fund Me at https://uk.gofundme.com/f/help-keep-city-harvest-feeding-london039s-vulnerable  Keep in touch and let us know if you’re enjoying these episodes on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast or via thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. If you’re enjoying our podcast, please support us by reviewing and subscribing. These episodes are recorded over video chat so please bear with us if the sound quality isn’t perfect! 
Welcome back to The What's Cooking Podcast!  We were due to begin recording season 7 around now but it doesn’t really feel like the right time to be hearing new stories. Instead, we’ve decided to speak to some of our past guests and put together a miniseries around adjusting in business. These shorter conversations will give an update on their businesses and look at any new initiatives they might be working on. We’ll talk about how they're adapting to challenges and generally keeping going during what we can all agree is a challenging time. The aim is to share an honest and realistic snapshot of how people are getting on. This is a difficult time for all businesses and the hospitality industry is certainly one of those suffering in what is a demanding space at the best of times. We hope you will enjoy hearing what our guests have been up to and that you might find comfort and inspiration in the stories they have to tell. We will be releasing episodes on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays for the next few weeks so make sure you’ve subscribed to be alerted when a new episode is available.  Keep in touch on Instagram @whatscookingpodcast, Twitter @whatscookingpod or via email on thewhatscookingpodcast@gmail.com. Find us individually at www.ekbakery.co.uk and www.katbakeslondon.com. 
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