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Jay Rayner and his rabble of food experts are in Aberystwyth to advise on all your culinary conundrums. The panel discuss the best vegetarian fillings for sushi, and their favourite form of breakfast tomato. They also address the truly difficult question - how many layers should the perfect burger have? Alongside the panel chitchat, recipes and debates, Jay talks to local chef and forager Nathan Davies about the taste, texture and uses of birch syrup. Later in the show, we hear from Latifa Najjar, head of the Syrian Dinner Project charity, about the comforting Syrian dish, maqluba. Producer: Bethany Hocken Assistant Producer: Dulcie Whadcock Executive Producer: Ollie Wilson A Somethin’ Else production for BBC Radio 4
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