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, 8 Jan 13
Student cooking - the panel reminisce about the worst thing they have ever cooked. Other topics include: traditional feasting rituals, using up post-Christmas cheeses and what really constitutes 'fasting'.
Tue, 1 Jan 13
Hangover cures, detox diets, Bath Buns, cooking on a budget and much more are covered this week.
Tue, 25 Dec 12
Christmas eating - including the best ways of cooking and carving a turkey, vegetarian options for Christmas dinner and if it's possible to shoe-horn deep-frying into Christmas cooking.
Tue, 18 Dec 12
Custard and favourite condiments are two of the topics covered this week. Jay Rayner is joined by Angela Hartnett, Annie Gray, Henry Dimbleby and Angela Malik.
Tue, 11 Dec 12
Faggots and peas and laverbread are two of the South Wales culinary traditions discussed in the programme. Also tackled are whether it's safe to eat pork that's pink in the middle and how eating a lot of chilli could make you a masochist.
Tue, 4 Dec 12
Oysters - Where can you find the best? How much salt to use when seasoning, exciting things to do with apples, and how to improve taste when cooking with root vegetables are some of the quandaries covered this week.
Tue, 4 Sep 12
Jay Rayner hosts a special edition of the food panel show recorded at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This episode also features food writer and Scottish chef Sue Lawrence as a guest panellist
Tue, 31 Jul 12
The team are in Cumbria discussing damsons, salt marsh lamb, and Morecambe Bay Shrimps as well as taking questions on all aspects of cooking and eating.
Tue, 24 Jul 12
The Kitchen Cabinet is in Newcastle to tie in with the Eat! Newcastle-Gateshead festival. The team takes questions on ingredients and food traditions in the North East.
Tue, 17 Jul 12
The Kitchen Cabinet is at Latitude Festival where, as well as discussing the ins and outs of foraging for food, the team takes questions on all aspects of eating and drinking
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