The Food Programme explores ingredients from The Ark of Taste, the international project created by Slow Food to save foods at risk of extinction.
Dan Saladino introduces the Ark of Taste, which exhibits the world's rarest ingredients.
Dan Saladino charts the history and near-extinction of one of Georgia’s unique wines.
Dan Saladino tastes Churchkhela, a traditional Georgian sweet.
Dan Saladino tells the story of salt fish from the remote western coast of Norway.
A regal leaf that's tastier than spinach, as nutritious as quinoa and grows wild.
Pello Urdapilleta's quest to save the only remaining pig native to the Basque Country.
A fragrant variety grown by the Dong minority in the Guizhou province of China
A squash which is said to embody the wisdom of an entire culture...
Dan Saladino hears from a cheese maker fighting to save one of Britain’s oldest recipes.
A Ugandan coffee bean that we're starting to wake up to.
Dan Saladino discovers the wild mountain strawberries of southern Kosovo.
Dan Saladino travels Albania's highlands in search of a slice of mishavin cheese.
Mexican chef Thomasina Miers on a beautiful blue corn native to the community of Ozolco.
A wind-dried, fermented mutton from the remote North Atlantic Faroe Islands.
A sweet preserve made from unripe, boiled walnuts and sugar-water syrup
A golden brown crab caught in the chalky sea beds just off the coast of North Norfolk.
This humble bean is starting to gain attention as the perfect space food.
Illtud Llyr Dunsford talks about his love for the Pedigree Welsh pig.
A fermented cheese that has been an essential survival tool for Icelandic farmers.
Dan Saladino explores the fierce debate over how 1.2 bn people will be fed in the future.
A fermented ash yogurt considered to be the secret of success for many Kenyan runners.
This week, Dan Saladino reports on "the caviar of Ribera”, wild strawberries from Sicily.
High in the Polish mountains, shepherds prepare one the world’s most beautiful cheeses.
The story of a small, knobbly, horn-shaped potato from Bamberg.
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