The Kitchen Cabinet

The Kitchen Cabinet

Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way you think about food, cooking and eating. Each week, Jay’s expert panel answers questions from audiences around the UK.

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Recent episodes (4)

  • York: 23 Jan 15

    Sat, 24 Jan 15

    Duration:
    34 mins

    Available:
    27 days remaining

    The panel discuss York's chocolate-making tradition, sample the ultimate British Rail sandwich, and find out how to make the perfect pork scratchings. Taking questions from a local audience are food historian Annie Gray, DIY food expert Tim Hayward, Scottish-Indian fusion chef Angela Malik and Israeli chef Itamar Srulovich.

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  • Peterborough: 17 Jan 15

    Sat, 17 Jan 15

    Duration:
    33 mins

    Available:
    20 days remaining

    The team reminisce about railway dining and learn how the spoons we use affect the way we taste. They sample the local borsht and debate the merits of celery – a diet food or an essential member of a buttery trio? Taking questions from a local audience in Peterborough are the cabinet of culinary experts chaired by Jay Rayner.

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  • Hastings: 10 Jan 15

    Sat, 10 Jan 15

    Duration:
    35 mins

    Available:
    13 days remaining

    The panel discuss the culinary legacy of the Normans - while enjoying fried fish and enduring pottage from the past and a taxidermy pie courtesy of Annie Gray. Taking questions from a local audience are food historian Annie Gray, DIY food expert Tim Hayward, Israeli chef Itamar Srulovich and a Glaswegian chef with a taste for Catalonian cuisine, Rachel McCormack.

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  • St. Albans: 3 Jan 15

    Sat, 3 Jan 15

    Duration:
    32 mins

    Available:
    6 days remaining

    The panel discuss the versatility of winter spices; explore the history of Grains of Paradise; ask what constitutes the perfect meal; and reveal their go-to new year comfort food. Taking questions from a local audience are chef Sophie Wright, Masterchef winner Tim Anderson, food psychologist Charles Spence and broadcaster and cook Andi Oliver.

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