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Comfort Eating with Grace Dent
What do you eat when you're home alone? You might not tell, but your favourite celebs will. Back for a second season, restaurant critic Grace Dent asks famous guests to throw the cupboard doors wide open on friendship, family - and the foods that have seen them through it all. Out every Tuesday. Egg timers at the ready. Supported by Ocado
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4.5 stars from 1,106 ratings
Grace and Desiree Burch are my soulmates - just loved their connection and deeply funny but poignant conversation. Best life advice I’ve taken from this episode: ‘All the best things in your life are just over the other side of that ‘being scared of’ line…’
Skinny sue via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/11/21
Love it! Love it!
This is one of my favourite podcast. I have seen a different side to Grace Dent I love from the food critic on Masterchef. I have loved all the guests - that have been entertaining, in-depth, wise, funny, & vulnerable. I love how in-depth the interviews have been and Grace is such a great...Read full review »
Tinatalker28 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/05/21
Killed it!
The Russel Tovey episode is spectacular. Love the podcast but this was just perfect.
Pjr612 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 11/04/21
Recent Episodes
Grace’s Comfort Eating guest is comedian Rosie Jones. She and Grace sit down to talk family, friends and the comfort foods that have seen them through. Rosie tells Grace about orgies, sausage rolls, and what it’s like to be disabled – and constantly hungover – at university
Published 11/23/21
Published 11/23/21
Grace is out and about this week as she enters her guest’s home for a change. She talks to Laura Whitmore about her childhood in Ireland, being a young journalist in London, Love Island, and the comfort foods that have seen her through it all. They also discuss the death of her friend and fellow...
Published 11/16/21
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