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Classical Kitchen
Take one foodie, one classical music lover and one Beautifully Simple meal. In this new podcast, food writer and MasterChef critic William Sitwell invites a fascinating guest into the Classical Kitchen, where they celebrate two life-long passions; music and food. Each week William will be creating one of six inspiring and easy to cook Beautifully Simple recipes, designed to invigorate your weekday evenings and make great meals simple. More information about these simple to cook recipes can be found on the Waitrose and Partners website: https://campaign.classicfm.com/classical-kitchen
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 36 ratings
Lovely idea.
Interesting mix of wine, food and music. Enjoying this series. Lovely presenter and guests so far. Usually pick up the recipe cards in Waitrose and try the odd one but this inspires me to try after hearing the podcast. Thank you!
Lesley Spain via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/03/18
Wonderful
An excellent celebration of food and music.
Hazukijs via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/25/18
Excellent!
Very well balanced too!
Estelle Kokot via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/21/18
Recent Episodes
Join William Sitwell as he welcomes award-winning Spanish chef and restaurateur, Jose Pizarro into the Classical Kitchen. Together they discuss olive picking in winter, the art of simple cooking and unearth Andalusian history through the 'El Amor Brujo' ballet. While talking, William and Jose...
Published 10/23/18
Published 10/23/18
Join William Sitwell as he welcomes Alexander Armstrong into the Classical Kitchen. Alexander is a BAFTA winning comedian and host of ‘Pointless’ on BBC One, but he’s also an accomplished bass-baritone singer who trained at Cambridge University. In this episode, William explores Xander’s culinary...
Published 10/16/18
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