Jay Rayner and his panel of food fanatics are in the thriving city of Glasgow for this week’s episode of The Kitchen Cabinet.
Joining Jay are food historian Dr Annie Gray, food writer Sumayya Usmani, recipe developer and presenter Rachel McCormack, and food blogger Fliss Freeborn.
Whether it be nostalgia-fuelled packaging, or the perfect pakoras, the panel discuss an array of culinary questions. Among the quick-fire Q and A, the audience debate whether spitting out pomegranate seeds is acceptable, which snack they’d throw out the window, and their favourite winter soups.
Also in the programme, Jay chats to Andrew Ramsay from butchers Ramsay’s of Carluke to find out how they make their renowned black pudding
Producer: Dan Cocker
Assistant Producer: Rahnee Prescod
Executive Producer: Hannah Newton
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