This week on Share Food, Sue Dougan and Sarah Alcock explore the peculiar world of "hygge" Scandinavian Comfort Food, Rita Lobo takes a look at Maltese cuisine, star chef Rosemary Shrager and British Bake Off marketing manager Joanna Shaw, to atalk about the show's growing popularity, and finally Paulo de Tarso and Nicolas Jaouën open the doors to their Italian restaurant, Margot, in Covent Garden.
This week the team learn about the boom in Scottish gin production, meet the judges and winners of this year's Young British Foodie awards and learn about Slow Dough, the art of breadmaking. And it's falafel in this week's Kitchen Cupboard A-Z
This week Sue and Helena talk to chef and writer Sue Quinn about the benefits of a Mediterranean diet, restauranteur Glynn Purnell about autumn cooking, Americophile Florence Cornish about her new US-inspired cookbook, and look at the many culinary uses of the humble coconut.
This week Sue and digital editor Sarah Alcock chat to cookery writer James Ramsden about making the most of your barbecue, GBBO winner Edd Kimber about baking in the famous tent, cookery writer Thane Prince about using up all those tomatoes and courgettes, AND they try some Burmese food with Thuzar Kyi and MiMi Aye.
James Ramsden, Edd Kimber, Thane Prince, Thuzar Kyi, MiMi Aye
Sue and Helena meet Guka Tavberidze, the brains behind Savse Juices, taste some jerk chicken made by Anthony Cumberbatch, head chef at Jamaican restaurant Rudie's, and pop along to the book launch of Palomar. Plus, they catch up with Michelin-starred chef Jeff Galvin.
Guka Tavberidze, Anthony Cumberbatch, Jeff Galvin, Tomar Amendi
The Share Food team takes a break this week, so Matthew Cook takes a look back at the past few months and brings you highlights of Share Food. So listen again to Madeleine Shaw talking about her new book, Ready Steady Glow, Clare Blampied of Sacla UK about the power of pesto and Myles Donneky making Le Fizz, Grey Goose Vodka's summer cocktail. Plus, Meera Sodha on her Fresh India book, Lily Simpson talks Detox Kitchen, Jeremy Vaislic brings in his Maitre Choux patisserie delights, and Sainsbury's Magazine editor-in-chief meets Dan Doherty at the launch of his book, Toast Hash Roast Mash.
Sue Dougan and Sainsbury's Magazine editor-in-chief Helena Lang are joined this week by nutritionist Fiona Hunter to talk food labels and packaging, and Nicola 'Milly' Millbank, actress and food writer. Liz Akhead, commercial director of the London Wine Academy, guides Sue and Helena through the season's rose wines, plus Helena pops along to the launch of Symmetry Breakfast's new cookbook and speaks to the brains behind it, Michael Zee.
Nicola Milly Millbank, Michael Zee, Fiona Hunter, Liz Akhead
Sue Dougan and Sainsbury's Magazine digital editor Lisa Harris are joined this week by Stephen Harris, who runs The Sportsman pub in Seasalter in Kent, recently voted National Restaurant of the Year, Emma Killilea, founder of gluten-free oats producer Delicious Alchemy, cook and food writer Celia Brooks. They also taste eclairs brought in by Jeremie Vaislic, CEO of new patisserie Maitre Choux.
Stephen Harris, Celia Brooks, Jeremie Vaislic, Emma Kililea
Sue Dougan and Sainsbury's Magazine's editor-in-chief Helena Lang speak to blogger Alan Spedding about the tastes of Cumbria, cook and writer Meera Sodha about vegetarian Gujarati foods, Scott Hallsworth whose the founder of Kurobuta, and Lily Simpson from The Detox Kitchen.
Helena Lang, Alan Spedding, Meera Sodha, Scott Hallsworth, Lily Simpson
Sue Dougan and Sainsbury's Magazine's Sarah Allcock chat to Jay Rayner about his new book, The Ten (Food) Commandments, author Pete Brown about his new atmospheric pub guide, food bloggers Leah Larwood about Norfolk samphire and Claire Jessiman about Scotland's food offerings and Italian chef Aldo Zilli about Galvanina, a new bottled soft drink about to hit the shelves.
Aldo Zilli, Jay Rayner, Pete Brown, Claire Jessiman, Leah Larwood