The Kitchen Cabinet
About The Kitchen Cabinet
Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way we think about food, cooking and eating. An expert panel answers audience questions.
Jay Rayner and his panel of food fanatics are in Lewisham, south east London for this week’s episode. Joining Jay are food writers Tim Anderson, Melek Erdal and Melissa Thompson, and materials expert Dr Zoe Laughlin. In Lewisham’s Prendergast School, the panel discusses a variety of culinary conundrums, from cooking with coffee to the many uses of banana leaves. The panellists also ponder their desert island dish of choice, and their tips and tricks for cooking for one. Jay chats to Sri Lankan chef and founder of Little Sambol supper club, Gabriella Suresh, about the ins and outs of Sri Lankan lamprais. He also invites Vietnamese food writer, Uyen Luu, to talk about the surprising link between Vietnamese coffee and cats. Producer: Bethany Hocken Assistant Producer: Dulcie Whadcock Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Jay Rayner and his panel of food fanatics are in the thriving city of Glasgow for this week’s episode of The Kitchen Cabinet. Joining Jay are food historian Dr Annie Gray, food writer Sumayya Usmani, recipe developer and presenter Rachel McCormack, and food blogger Fliss Freeborn. Whether it be nostalgia-fuelled packaging, or the perfect pakoras, the panel discuss an array of culinary questions. Among the quick-fire Q and A, the audience debate whether spitting out pomegranate seeds is acceptable, which snack they’d throw out the window, and their favourite winter soups. Also in the programme, Jay chats to Andrew Ramsay from butchers Ramsay’s of Carluke to find out how they make their renowned black pudding Producer: Dan Cocker Assistant Producer: Rahnee Prescod Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Jay Rayner and his panel of food experts have a grand day out in Masham for this week’s episode of The Kitchen Cabinet. Joining Jay are food historian Dr Annie Gray, chef Tim Anderson, and food writers Sumayya Usmani and Melissa Thompson. Whether it be assessing the best ways to use leftover brown bread or how to cook a 3 course meal using beer, Jay and the panel of food fanatics discuss a range of culinary conundrums. And there's the most pressing of questions - is it possible to have too many cookbooks? Also in the programme, Sandra Bell of Wensleydale Creamery joins the team to discuss the origins of the cheese, beloved by Wallace and Gromit. And Jo Theakston of Black Sheep Brewery offers advice on dishes you can pair best with beer. Producer: Dan Cocker Assistant Producer: Dulcie Whadcock Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4