Ep204: Stevie Bought A Hawk | Featuring chef and restaurateur Stevie Parle
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This week Sam and James get straight into the biggest issues currently facing humankind/themselves. Namely, how many murderers listen to TickyOff, whether or not food should ever make an appearance in the bedroom, whether James is scared of anything whatsoever and what happens if you throw eggs at space shuttles. James also drops a powerful review of ‘Joker’ and Sam has seen some sharks swimming by a nuclear power station. After an opening like that, there’s only one person who could possibly stand toe to toe, aurally, with the TickyOff Two. That person is chef and restaurateur Stevie ‘Steve’ Parle. Stevie tells his tale from Ballymaloe cooking school, to the River Cafe, to opening Dock Kitchen, closing Rotorino and opening Pastaio at Westfield. He also shares the beauty of Japanese builders, the difficulties of setting the right tone in a kitchen and he provides an in depth recipe for his favourite Italian soup. There’s also time for a long chat about colours, some glove discussion and some dried bean banter. It’s TickyOff and be honest, there is nothing even close to as wonderful as this in any of your lives. This week’s episode is sponsored by wine pedlars of great repute dropwine.co.uk
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