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13/06/2020

Matt Tebbutt and chef Adam Byatt are joined by special guest Katherine Parkinson via video link.

Matt Tebbutt and chef Adam Byatt are joined by special guest Katherine Parkinson via video link. There are great moments from the BBC food archive, including clips from Rick Stein, Keith Floyd, Mary Berry and Nadiya Hussain, and drinks expert Olly Smith joins via video link to pick the wines to go with the studio dishes.

1 hour, 29 minutes

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Sat 13 Jun 2020 09:00

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • 00:40

    The Stranglers

    Waltzinblack

  • 00:40

    The Stranglers

    Viva Vlad

  • 00:55

    Take That

    Shine

  • 00:59

    Dionne Bromfield

    Ouch That Hurt

  • 00:59

    Lily Allen

    22

  • 01:01

    Four Tops

    I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)

This week's wines and gins

Salmon en papillote with herb salad
Nettie Viognier, 2018, USA                                                                            
Majestic, from £8.99                                                                          

This white has all the scent and vibrancy to work with the bigger flavours in the recipe such as the meaty mussels. Made by Mike Robustelli, an ex-American football player, rodeo turned winemaker, in a hot region on the west coast relying on the snowmelt form the Sierra Nevadas for irrigation. The result on the wine is big concentration and lovely lush fruit - Viognier is classically mellow which makes it spot on with coconut milk. For a widely available alternative go for a rich oaky Californian Chardonnay.

Goats’ cheese dishes
Voyage au Sud Vermentino, 2019, France                                                   
Waitrose, £5.99                                                                                              

Bargain of the moment, if you like Sauvignon Blanc, you’ll love this lesser known Vermentino. Made in St Chinian famed for its reds, this captures the sunshine of the Languedoc with the freshness of the seaside and it’s that freshness that makes it pair so well with light white cheeses. If you can’t find Vermentino (most supermarkets have got one these days), Sauvignon Blanc will sort you out.

World Gin Day

Greyson’s London Dry Gin
Served with a sprig of mint and splash of tonic                                 
Aldi, £9.99      

Dartmouth English Gin
Served with orange peel and splash of tonic                         
Darmouth Gin store, £38.00   

Chase Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin
Served with wedge of red grapefruit and splash of tonic      
Widely available, from £38                                                                           

Mary-Le-Bone Orange & Geranium Gin:
Served with a slice of white grapefruit and splash of tonic   
Available online, £38                                                                                                 


Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Matt Tebbutt
Interviewed Guest Katherine Parkinson
Series Producer Charlotte Collins
Executive Producer Amanda Ross
Producer James Bedwell
Production Company Cactus TV

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