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The Kitchen Cabinet

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The Kitchen Cabinet

The Kitchen Cabinet

BBC Radio 4

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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.

Latest Episodes

Rye

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Rye. Tim Anderson, Sophie Wright, Jordan Bourke and Dr. Annie Gray are on hand to answer questions from keen cooks. This week, they come up with brunch suggestions for Mothers Day, recipe ideas for Mussels, and the best hot drinks for bed time. The panel is joined by John Botterell of Botterells Fresh Fish and Richard Hutley from the Lazy Bakery. John brings some fresh scallops and shows the best technique for dry cutting them, and Richard - a local baker - has varieties of Rye bread. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

34 MIN1 w ago
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Rye

Film Special

Jay Rayner hosts a film-themed edition of the culinary panel show, with Dr Zoe Laughlin, Tim Anderson, Anna Jones and Tim Haywood. The programme comes from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, the set of many films, with discussion of all things film and food. Rosie Fletcher, from Den of Geek, joins the panel to discuss the importance of milkshakes in the movies and resident materials expert, Dr Zoe Laughlin, experiments with the optimum viscosity for a milkshake in order to hurl it at someone - just like Rizzo in Grease. And as we're at the Naval College which was used in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, Jackie Christian from Doreen's Jamaican Homemade Rum Cake is also on hand to discuss the use of spirits, and rum in particular, in cooking. Producer: Laurence Bassett Assistant Producer: Jemima Rathbone Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

35 MIN2 w ago
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Film Special

Bakewell

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Bakewell. Dr Annie Gray, Nisha Katona, Rob Owen-Brown and Jordan Bourke answer the audience's questions. This week, the panellists have recipe suggestions for ground almonds in savoury dishes, discuss the use of sage and debate the right way to poach an egg. They are joined by local food producers Stephen Craig and Alan Salt. Stephen brings along some Bakewell pudding from the Old Original Bakewell Pudding shop and explains the difference between the pudding and the tart, while Alan from the Hartington Creamery is armed with Dovedale, Stilton and the first Sage Derby cheese made in Derbyshire for 60 years. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Jemima Rathbone Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

35 MIN3 w ago
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Bakewell

Northampton

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Northampton, with Rachel McCormack, Andi Oliver, Rob Owen-Brown and Dr Annie Gray. Together, they answer questions on left over pork, the use of basil in cooking and savoury choux pastry. The panellists are joined by two local food producers - James Dix of MicroGreener who talks about micro-greens, and Dean Hoddle, Head Chef at the Silverstone Circuit, who discusses a local delicacy, Ock n Dough. Producer: Laurence Bassett Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

31 MINJAN 18
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Northampton

Devizes

Jay Rayner and the team are in Devizes. Dr Zoe Laughlin, Tim Hayward, Jeremy Pang and Sophie Wright answer the hungry audience's questions. This week, the panellists discuss how to make the perfect falafel, come up with ideas for livening up tired lunch boxes, and talk about pineapple - asking the big question, is it acceptable to put pineapple on a pizza? And alongside the questions, we hear from local food producers Jessica Shepherd of Take a Bao and Guy Tullberg from Tracklements, who talks about mustard. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhuon A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

33 MINJAN 11
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Devizes
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Latest Episodes

Rye

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Rye. Tim Anderson, Sophie Wright, Jordan Bourke and Dr. Annie Gray are on hand to answer questions from keen cooks. This week, they come up with brunch suggestions for Mothers Day, recipe ideas for Mussels, and the best hot drinks for bed time. The panel is joined by John Botterell of Botterells Fresh Fish and Richard Hutley from the Lazy Bakery. John brings some fresh scallops and shows the best technique for dry cutting them, and Richard - a local baker - has varieties of Rye bread. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

34 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Rye

Film Special

Jay Rayner hosts a film-themed edition of the culinary panel show, with Dr Zoe Laughlin, Tim Anderson, Anna Jones and Tim Haywood. The programme comes from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, the set of many films, with discussion of all things film and food. Rosie Fletcher, from Den of Geek, joins the panel to discuss the importance of milkshakes in the movies and resident materials expert, Dr Zoe Laughlin, experiments with the optimum viscosity for a milkshake in order to hurl it at someone - just like Rizzo in Grease. And as we're at the Naval College which was used in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, Jackie Christian from Doreen's Jamaican Homemade Rum Cake is also on hand to discuss the use of spirits, and rum in particular, in cooking. Producer: Laurence Bassett Assistant Producer: Jemima Rathbone Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

35 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Film Special

Bakewell

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Bakewell. Dr Annie Gray, Nisha Katona, Rob Owen-Brown and Jordan Bourke answer the audience's questions. This week, the panellists have recipe suggestions for ground almonds in savoury dishes, discuss the use of sage and debate the right way to poach an egg. They are joined by local food producers Stephen Craig and Alan Salt. Stephen brings along some Bakewell pudding from the Old Original Bakewell Pudding shop and explains the difference between the pudding and the tart, while Alan from the Hartington Creamery is armed with Dovedale, Stilton and the first Sage Derby cheese made in Derbyshire for 60 years. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Jemima Rathbone Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

35 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bakewell

Northampton

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Northampton, with Rachel McCormack, Andi Oliver, Rob Owen-Brown and Dr Annie Gray. Together, they answer questions on left over pork, the use of basil in cooking and savoury choux pastry. The panellists are joined by two local food producers - James Dix of MicroGreener who talks about micro-greens, and Dean Hoddle, Head Chef at the Silverstone Circuit, who discusses a local delicacy, Ock n Dough. Producer: Laurence Bassett Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

31 MINJAN 18
Comments
Northampton

Devizes

Jay Rayner and the team are in Devizes. Dr Zoe Laughlin, Tim Hayward, Jeremy Pang and Sophie Wright answer the hungry audience's questions. This week, the panellists discuss how to make the perfect falafel, come up with ideas for livening up tired lunch boxes, and talk about pineapple - asking the big question, is it acceptable to put pineapple on a pizza? And alongside the questions, we hear from local food producers Jessica Shepherd of Take a Bao and Guy Tullberg from Tracklements, who talks about mustard. Producer: Hannah Newton Assistant Producer: Rosie Merotra Food Consultant: Anna Colquhuon A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

33 MINJAN 11
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Devizes
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