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Lucy Dearlove
Lecker: A Food Podcast
A documentary podcast about how we eat. Produced and hosted by Lucy Dearlove lecker (German): delicious {adj} [food], tasty {adj}, mouth-watering {adj} Logo design by Holly Gorne
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 76 ratings
I listen to a ton of food podcasts, and I’m a bit sad it took me so long to find this one!! I’m enjoying going through the backlist and can’t wait for the next in the Kitchens series. Lucy is such a good interviewer and the episodes are well planned and thoughtful. And that’s on top of being...Read full review »
TessaMayK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/01/21
Probably my favourite podcast of all times. Love the new series, Kitchens 🍽♥️
am e l i a via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 08/16/21
LOVED the Lecker podcast interviewing Anne Willan, author of Women in the Kitchen! I felt like I was listening in on a conversation with my Omi. The host did a wonderful job, encouraging Mrs. Willan by making a personal connection with her about a food market they are both familiar with — Mrs....Read full review »
1Poodle1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/20
Recent Episodes
Published 10/06/22
A conversation between Angela Hui and Rebecca May Johnson, recorded just after their respective debut non-fiction books had been published. An exploration of the importance of valuing and demonstrating labour within cooking, of novelty versus repetition, and of the idea of rejecting food writing...
Published 10/06/22
What's the secret of a successful cooking school? Jeremy Pang, founder of School of Wok, lets us in on it. This episode was hosted by Adrienne Katz Kennedy and produced by Lucy Dearlove. You can find out more about Jeremy Pang at and his new book, Jeremy Pang’s School of Wok...
Published 09/27/22
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