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Food & Drink, Series 1 Episode 1 of 6

Duration: 30 minutes

Food & Drink is back! Culinary legend Michel Roux Jnr and drinks expert Kate Goodman are joined by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge as they set out to create the perfect roast.

Restaurateur Oliver Peyton proclaims that we Brits need to celebrate our distinctive produce much more than we do and 'food adventurer' Stefan Gates tries to convince us to eat grubs.

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  • Kate Goodman's drink choices

    Kate Goodman

    Kate selected these reds to go with Michel and Tom’s roast pork

    • Quinta dos Roques Tinto 2010 (from the Dao region of Portugal) 
    Good alternatives to this wine would be: 
    • Alianca Dao Reserva 2010
    • Julia Kemper, Tinto 2009

    Kate chose this cider to go with the pork:

    • Severn Cider (medium sweet sparkling) 
    Or these could work equally well:
    • Sheppy’s Oak Matured Vintage Cider 
    • Ty Gwyn, Dabinett Medium Cider 

    And to go with the vegetable tarte tatin, Kate picked: 

    • Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt, Scharzhofberger Riesling Kabinett 2009 
    Alternatively you could go for:
    • Dr Loosen, Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Kabinett 2011 
    • Grosset, Off Dry Riesling 2011
  • Eating insects: Would you cook with grubs?

    Eating insects: Would you cook with grubs?
    Eating insects is not for the faint-hearted, or is it? Chef Stefan Gates argues that most of us eat insects already, and for those that do not, it is easy to add them to an everyday diet.

    Read the BBC Food article


Michel Roux Jr
Kate Goodman
Tom Kerridge
Oliver Peyton
Stefan Gates
Executive Producer
Pete Lawrence
Series Producer
Hannah Corneck




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