Ep3 of our mini-series in partnership with the V&A to celebrate their fantastic exhibition FOOD: Bigger than the Plate.
Recorded live at the V&A museum, in this episode we chatted to California-based artists Fallen Fruit - David Burns and Austin Young - about their part in the farming section of the exhibition. David and Austin make public art which explores the role of fruit in creating shared culture. By foraging depictions of fruit from the V&A's collection, they have created two unique installations for the exhibition - beautiful wallpaper which draws on the horticultural history of the site and a series of fruit maps which plot the locations of fruit trees growing in public space in London.
Visit the exhibition Listeners can get 40% off tickets to the exhibition using promo code: FOOD40
We're back with the fifth and final episode in our series about our new book CHASING SMOKE, and this week we'll be sharing travel stories and recipes from our incredible trip to Jordan.
In this episode we recreate a cheesy sweet knafe we cooked over the fire in Jordan; we catch up with Ramzi...
We're back with the fourth episode in our series about our new book CHASING SMOKE, and this week we'll be sharing travel stories and recipes from our trip to Israel back in 2019 when travel was carefree.
In this episode we talk about our childhood memories of bonfires and barbecues growing up...
We're back with the third episode in our series about our new book CHASING SMOKE, and this week we'll be sharing travel stories and recipes from our trip to Gaziantep in Southern Turkey in search of the perfect kebab.
In this episode we cook our version of Adana kebab, a recipe that is very...