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Many people have celebrated special occasions differently this year, finding ways to recreate communal food traditions for themselves. Our feasts may have shrunk, but we're still joined together through the kitchen and through the plate. In this episode, hear four stories of personal food rituals reimagined and recreated in 2020: Jane's bread sauce…
 
Anne Willan has more than 60 years experience as a teacher, author, and culinary historian, and over 30 books to her name. Speaking to me around the release of her new book, Women In The Kitchen: Twelve Essential Cookbook Writers Who Defined The Way We Eat from 1661 to Today (Simon & Schuster), she shared some stories from her amazing life in food.…
 
Although she’s originally from the Isle of Man, Katie Callin has never made the most traditionally Manx of all foods: the bonnag - a soda raised baked good with links to the nation’s pre-industrial past, and to its folklore too. She returns to her family home in St Johns on the west coast of the island to enter the World Bonnag Championships and, u…
 
Sean Blake is (in his own words) a part time food and drink photographer, music producer, low skilled worker and full time dad. He’s a big advocate for making food and drink more approachable and less wanky, and he makes the best cocktails of anyone I've ever met. Having managed the bar and designed menus for the likes of the Polpo group, Brunswick…
 
When our food supply is threatened, or feels like it is, preserving fresh produce is a natural response. Jelena Belgrave, whose fermentation class I took part in over Zoom last week, grew up with communal preservation traditions in her native Serbia; she explores via voicenotes how the instinct to store food for herself and her family is rooted in …
 
In these strange times I’ve been thinking about food almost constantly. Unable to go out to eat (or go out much at all), food dominates my waking life even more than normal. Like many people on the internet, I’ve started using the solid blocks of time I have at home to start learning to bake sourdough, and I’ve been thinking a lot about why I’m so …
 
The food blogger and Burmese cookbook author MiMi Aye remembers the UK online food writing movement of the mid 2000s and shares the sour delights of Burmese food. Read more about this episode at leckerpodcast.com. Sign up to the Lecker tinyletter for an extra bite, this time about the secrets of Burmese tofu. You can find the recipe for Coconut Chi…
 
This is a mini audio version of the recent print zine I released! Featuring readings from Octavia Bright, Jennifer Obidike, Rhiannon Schabernack, Ruby Dhalay and Kelly Shearer, recorded at the zine launch party at Middle Lane Market in North London in November 2019. Thanks to Kelly and Andrew Shearer of Middle Lane Market for hosting the event. The…
 
Claire Roberson is an excellent person to know if you want to know what to eat in Sicily. She introduces me to pesto alla Trapanese, prepared in the kitchen of her Palermo apartment. Claire is on instagram @everythingbut and can also be found/contacted via her website everythingbut.me Lecker is on instagram @leckerpodcast. Sign up to the newsletter…
 
Isabelle O'Carroll spent much of her adolescence and young adulthood being made to feel like an underachiever – until an ADHD diagnosis in her mid 30s made everything fall into place. She explains how the kitchen has always been a playground for her - and also a place of solace over the years. Isabelle's pieces: How Cooking Made Me See My ADHD as a…
 
Lecker is in Paris! Eating the perfect tomato salad with Ellen Quinn Banville. Talking tuck, salt and explaining pulled pork to a Parisian butcher. Thanks to Ellen and Finola for permission to use tracks from Pembroke's album At Sea - in this episode you can hear Dizzy, Thump Thump and The Fear. https://www.pembroke-music.com/ Find Ellen on Instagr…
 
London born and Wiesbaden based, food writer Christie Dietz is an authority on and enthusiastic consumer of German food. She prepares two Wiesbaden regional specialities: Frankfurter grüne Soße and Handkäse mit Musik and talks about the notion of home, the misalignment of regional German food and the murky history of the country's vegetable royalty…
 
Hello! This is a bonus episode of Lecker from me, a slightly hoarse Lucy Dearlove. This is a very short piece, produced for Table For One, an audio installation I produced during a recent residency at this year's HearSay Audio Arts Festival in beautiful Kilfinane, Ireland. There are four stories in total, each one a different tale of eating alone, …
 
Hello! This is a bonus episode of Lecker from me, a slightly hoarse Lucy Dearlove. This is a very short piece, produced for Table For One, an audio installation I produced during a recent residency at this year's HearSay Audio Arts Festival in beautiful Kilfinane, Ireland. There are four stories in total, each one a different tale of eating alone, …
 
Hello! This is a bonus episode of Lecker from me, a slightly hoarse Lucy Dearlove. This is a very short piece, produced for Table For One, an audio installation I produced during a recent residency at this year's HearSay Audio Arts Festival in beautiful Kilfinane, Ireland. There are four stories in total, each one a different tale of eating alone, …
 
Hello! This is a bonus episode of Lecker from me, a slightly hoarse Lucy Dearlove. This is a very short piece, produced for Table For One, an audio installation I produced during a recent residency at this year's HearSay Audio Arts Festival in beautiful Kilfinane, Ireland. There are four stories in total, each one a different tale of eating alone, …
 
I met chef Marie Mitchell in mid 2017, when I booked her as a guest on another podcast I was producing, in honour of the supper club she was running with her parents, Pop's Kitchen, and was blown away by her charm, food ethics (she takes the sourcing of her ingredients very seriously) and most of all her incredible cooking. She bakes a lemon drizzl…
 
Saima Thompson, née Arshad, was one of my guests on the very first episode of Lecker back in late 2016 when I interviewed her and her mother Nabeela in their restaurant Masala Wala Cafe. Last year, aged just 29, Saima was diagnosed with incurable Stage 4 lung cancer. I met her again, this time to talk about living with cancer and how running a rest…
 
Welcome to a brand new series of Lecker! We're in NYC for this first episode (South Brooklyn to be exact) as I meet Aysen Gerlach, an artist and cheesemonger whose illustrated food memoir Food Stuff caught my eye in the MoMA PS1 bookstore. She makes me bacon, egg and cheese on a biscuit as we talk baking tricks, the significance of breakfast sandwi…
 
In this episode, Stevie Mackenzie-Smith and Ana Kinsella talk about folk and what it means to dress with one eye on where you’re from: Quintessentially British Laura Ashley, so-called ‘sailor pants’ and regional dress. Plus, as always, endless eBay hunts. And we meet Alannah Eileen, a photographer from Orkney, about the importance of community, rur…
 
This episode, Ana and Stevie are thinking about 'chic', and specifically how spotting a chic person 'in the wild' is what makes people-watching so thrilling! They also hear from Colleen Hill, a curator at the Museum at FIT in New York about the pleasure she gets from working with this chic fashion archive, and how she gets dressed to work alongside…
 
This episode is a Toast to Thom Eagle, the food writer, author and chef. Thom and Lucy talk vinegar pickles vs lactofermentation, Thom's new book and his top 5 pickles of all time. Thom's book First, Catch is published by Quadrille on 5th April http://www.hardiegrant.com/uk/publishing/bookfinder/book/first_-catch-by-thom-eagle/9781787131477 Thom is…
 
Ana Kinsella and Stevie Mackenzie-Smith discuss power, or more specifically: "How do we dress when we want to feel powerful?" Ultramarathon runner Sorrell Walsh tells us about dressing for physical power, while writer and 'Women Who' founder Otegha Uwagba considers "power dressing" at work - and what power dressing even means in 2018. Our latest Lo…
 
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, LOVERS AND LISTENERS. A Valentine's special: Laura Silver prepares a romantic meal in her Peckham kitchen. Laura is a news reporter for Buzzfeed. You can find her on Twitter @laurafleur. Nigella Lawson's Lamb Shank For One is in her classic book Feast https://www.nigella.com/books/feast Music from Joe Bagale and Bird Creek vi…
 
Toast (as in 'propose a') is a new monthly Lecker offshoot raising a glass to great and diverse food projects and enterprises. In the first Toast, Lucy meets Riaz Phillips, a London-based photographer and writer whose book Belly Full was released last year. It's a celebration of Caribbean food history and culture in the UK told through photographs …
 
The food we cook and eat is so intricately shaped by our lives and what we've done and the people we've met. Some meals can conjure up the most powerful memories and bring people back into our lives in a very evocative way. Joe Marshall is a former vegetarian turned practised cooker of roasts - no mean feat on the river barge he calls home. And eve…
 
What do you wear to feel powerful? And what do you really wish you could pull off? Four women answer. LAYERS is a podcast of stories about style, women and how we get dressed. Co-hosts Stevie Mackenzie-Smith and Ana Kinsella ask "Hey, what are you wearing? Can you tell me about it?" A preview episode on the theme of GLAMOUR launches 04/12/17, Serie…
 
I met Kate Young in the most on brand place imaginable - in the basement kitchen of Tottenham Court Road Waterstones. The Australian food writer and chef is equally obsessed with books as she is with food and her long-awaited book combining the two, The Little Library Cookbook, was published by Head of Zeus in September. While she prepared the food…
 
My friend Siân Stacey has spent the past couple of years living on a Bardsey, a tiny landmass just off the coast of North Wales. She's the Island Manager, a brilliant job title which encompasses just about any task you can imagine keeping life on the island running smoothly for both its inhabitants and visitors. There are no shops on the island, an…
 
From a kitchen in a community centre on an estate in South Kilburn, Dee Woods and Leslie Barson are cooking up a revolution. I joined them to chop and chat as they prepared a Peruvian inspired stew for one of their famous community film and food nights and talked food waste, the price of plantain and social reform through communal goats. Illustrati…
 
Even though she's lived all over the world, Dipa Patel has the grocers, restaurants and snack shops of Tooting in her blood. To preserve and celebrate her beloved food history, she's started Taste Of Tooting tours, where she leads groups around some of her favourite places in the area, introducing them to stalwarts in the Tooting Market food world …
 
Even though she's lived all over the world, Dipa Patel has the grocers, restaurants and snack shops of Tooting in her blood. To preserve and celebrate her beloved food history, she's started Taste Of Tooting tours, where she leads groups around some of her favourite places in the area, introducing them to stalwarts in the Tooting Market food world …
 
Irish-born and now based in South London, chef Laoise Casey's life used to be very different. Then an extremely stressful and difficult event in her life led her to choose an alternative path and follow her dream of cooking for a living. Lecker is a podcast about the life-changing power of a good meal, where guests spill the beans about their lives…
 
A few years ago, Francesca Baker had the idea for a recipe book specifically designed for people recovering from eating disorders. Eating and Living: Recipes For Recovery was born - I met her to talk about how it came about. Lecker is a podcast about the life-changing power of a good meal, where guests spill the beans about their lives in food. Pro…
 
Matthew & Bohwa have just started The Little Korean, a Korean streetfood business based on Teesside. In their kitchen in Norton, they make traditional mandu (dumplings) to Bohwa's mum's recipe and talk kimchi fridges, the importance of colour in Korean dishes and food as a cure for homesickness. Lecker is a podcast about the life-changing power of …
 
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