Bury St Edmunds
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Jay Rayner and his panel of food experts are in Bury St Edmunds for this week’s episode. Joining Jay are food writers Tim Hayward and Ixta Belfrage, chef Andi Oliver and food historian Dr Annie Gray. The panel discuss a range of culinary conundrums, from the best ways to use up 40 savoy cabbages, to making a homemade baguette taste ‘French’. They also discuss the different types of chorizo and its uses, and the real question on everyone’s mind - does anyone enjoy pickled eggs? Meanwhile, Dr Annie Gray takes us through the history and uses of vinegar, and guest speaker Saffa, from Bury St Edmunds food stall Saffa’s Delight, talks us through the method of making traditional South African biltong. Senior Producer: Dan Cocker Assistant Producer: Dulcie Whadcock A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
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