This week Sue and Helena taste test the newest ice cream flavour from Jude's, they meet the team from VizEat, we report live from the World Bread Awards, and visit the launch event of Nielson Massey's vanilla bean paste, the secret ingredient to make cocktails with a twist.
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 Lisa Harris, digital editor at Sainsbury's magazine, get ready for summer with some tasty and refreshing ingredients. Stephen Hargreaves, from Cure and Simple, talks about the hand-curing process that preserves their meats to dispatch to their customers. Food writer, Helen Graves, gives a taste of the Greece by describing the Kalamata olive harvest; meanwhile Myles Donneky, Grey Goose Brand Ambassador, teaches us how to make Vodka Cocktails for the summer. Sarah Alcock, digital content editor, and Ben Tish, chef and patron of the Salt Yard Group, discuss what makes a good British BBQ and his latest recipe book, 'Grill Smoke BBQ'.
Lisa Harris, Stephen Hargreaves, Helen Graves, Myles Donneky, Ben Tish
On Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine Sue Dougan and digital editor Lisa Harris start the programme with...mussels! They speak to Robin Dunlop about how he started his business and his inspirations behind Mussel Men. Elizabeth Newman, Head of BWS at Sainsbury’s, discusses why rosé wine sales are doing so well. Meanwhile Ross Shonhan, founder of Bone Daddies, talks about his passion behind the ramen dish and Faizan Iqbal, of JAN, gives us a taste of Caspian cuisine.
Lisa Harris, Robin Dunlop, Elizabeth Newman, Ross Shonhan, Faizan Iqbal
Lisa Harris, Digital Editor, joins Sue Dougan on this week's programme with Sainsbury's Magazine. Sue and Lisa look at the power of turkey and why it's such a versatile ingredient with Amir and Limor Chen, founders of Strut and Cluck, ahead of their restaurant opening in Shoreditch. Scandinavian duo, David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, founders of Green Kitchen Stories, head off to the test kitchen at the Sainsbury’s Magazine office to discuss their new smoothie recipe book, Green Kitchen Smoothies. Sam Clark shares the story of his restaurant- Moro- which focuses on a blend of Spanish and North African cuisine; while Rich Havardi, co-founder of Nama Foods, and John Tabatabai, of Rawligion, explain the why raw food is highly nutritious and why ‘clean eating’ has become so popular.
Lisa Harris, Amir Chen, Limor Chen, David Frenkiel, Luise Vindahl, Sam Clark, Rich Havardi, John Tabatabai
Sue Dougan and Sarah Alcock start the programme by exploring Scottish food with Adam Waugh from Mac and Wild. Food writer Oliver Rowe talks about seasonal foods and how to make the most of them, while Charlie Jacoby, Royal historian and writer, reveals what the Royals like to eat. Joudie Kalla talks about her new book, 'Palestine on a Plate', and what dishes are cooked in the holy month of Ramadan.
Sarah Alcock, Adam Waugh, Oliver Rowe, Charlie Jacoby, Joudie Kalla
Sue Dougan and Sarah Alcock, Digital Editor at Sainsbury's Magazine, meet Lisa Roukin who explains how she overcame her eating disorder and became a chef and teacher. Naved Nasir, Executive Chef Dishoom, and Sameer Taneja, Chef at Talli Joe, talk about the undiscovered dishes of the Indian cuisine, while food writer and journalist Xanthe Clay takes five ingredients and explores how they can be used in everyday meals. Lucy Bee, founder of Lucy Bee Coconut Oil, talks about her company and how they aim to make sustainable and healthy products based on coconut oil.
Sarah Alcock, Lisa Roukin, Naved Nasir, Sameer Taneja, Xanthe Clay, Lucy Bee
Sue Dougan and Helena Lang, Editor-in-Chief for Sainsbury's Magazine, have a varied line up of guests this week. They start off by speaking to Rebecca Dunphy, from Spit and Sniff, about exciting new wines you can include in your meals; food and travel writer Katy Salter tells us what ingredients to bring back in your suitcase when you go on holiday; nutritionist and former model Rosemary Ferguson talks about the benefits of juicing, despite some health benefits and Catherine Hanly, founder of Hot Dinners, tells us about London's exciting new restaurants.
Helena Lang, Rebecca Dunphy, Katy Salter, Rosemary Ferguson, Catherine Hanly
Sue Dougan is joined by Lisa Harris, digital editor for Sainsbury's Magazine. Together they speak to Katie Caldesi on the country's passion with Italian food, from Parma ham to Arborio rice; Richard Johnson, from British Street Food, explains why street food has become so popular and how its sellers can launch their business literally from the back of the van. Paul Turner speaks of his family-run butcher’s shop in Aldershot and how his unique sausage recipe is available nationwide, while ex-Masterchef winner Tim Anderson looks at fermented food and why its health benefits are making headlines.
Lisa Harris, Katie Caldesi, Tim Anderson, Richard Johnson, Paul Turner
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