This week Jay Rayner and his panel are taking questions from the audience on eating and drinking in Clitheroe.
They discuss the intriguing WWI connection between East Lancashire and Benedictine, a liqueur said to hail from an Abbey in Northern France; the history of Lancashire Hot Pot and the 'authentic' recipe; and the Chorley cake vs. the Eccles cake.
On the panel are champion of daring DIY cookery Tim Hayward, purveyor of hearty Northern fare to the top tables Rob Owen-Brown, chef Sophie Wright and our resident food historian Dr. Annie Gray.
Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun
Producer: Victoria Shepherd
Assistant Producer: Darby Dorras
A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.