Jay Rayner hosts a new food panel show. Every week the expert team visit a different interesting food location in the UK and answer cooking questions from a live audience.
Tue, 11 Mar 14
30 days remaining
Jay Rayner and the team are in Whitby for this episode of the culinary panel programme. Answering questions from the audience are 2011 Masterchef-winner Tim Anderson, resident food historian Dr Annie Gray, food writer Tim Hayward, and chef Sophie Wright.
Tue, 4 Mar 14
23 days remaining
The menu includes jerk chicken, salt cod, rice and peas and more. The panel also discuss how to make a bechamel sauce without lumps and vegetarian substitutes for bacon.
Tue, 25 Feb 14
16 days remaining
From the UK's most 'Vegan-Friendly City 2013', the panel explores the history of veganism, tastes an unusual Victorian curry recipe, and asks what to feed a vegetarian who won't eat vegetables or pulses. Also in this week's programme, we discuss the Glaswegian relationship between food and football, the grand tradition of Afternoon Tea, and the new culinary experiences we should all seek out.
Tue, 18 Feb 14
9 days remaining
Up for discussion are locally caught crabs, clotted cream and sprats, herring, anchovies and other fish caught off the South Devon coast.
Tue, 11 Feb 14
2 days remaining
Surrounded by the grandeur of the Norwich Assembly House, the panel share memorable buffet experiences, discuss the historic relationship between food and romance, and take a look at the long tradition of mustard growing. We also find out why parsnip season is something to get excited about, how to cook the perfect risotto and what to do with a large piece of belly pork.
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