Jay Rayner hosts this week's culinary panel show from the heart of bustling Brixton in South London. Joining Jay are food writers Melissa Thompson and Lerato, chef and food writer Marie Mitchell, and chef and Tim Anderson.
The panellists discuss the delights of Caribbean cuisine - from perfecting rice and peas, to picking the right shade of plantain. They divulge their go-to savoury breakfasts and offer secret tips on giving dishes that ‘magical punch’, including their most-loved methods of cooking asparagus.
Also joining the panel are renowned Brixton-based cook, Maureen Tyne who teaches us all you need to know about jerk, and Rastafarian cook, Jahson Peat, who gives us an insight into the beliefs and traditions of I-tal food.
Producer: Dominic Tyerman
Assistant Producer: Rahnee Prescod
Executive Producer: Hannah Newton
A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Jay Rayner and the panel take a break from the road to host a postbag edition of The Kitchen Cabinet from the comfort of the studio. Joining Jay are cooks and food writers Melek Erdal, Melissa Thompson and Tim Hayward, and food historian Dr Annie Gray.
The team have sorted through the cupboards...
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...