Pies are one of life’s great pleasures: that delicious, crusty, warm, buttery foodstuff which Tony loves. Don’t you? Doesn’t everyone? The humble pie also has a history, and today Tony and his guests GBBO 2019 winner David Atherton and food historian Neil Buttery, are helping him get under the lid of the pie: what is it, where it comes from, how to make the best pie and they even get to eat some pie too…
Hosted by Tony Robinson @Tony_Robinson
David Atherton @nomadbakerdavid
Food writer, Bake Off 2019 winner and co-host of Sticky Bun Boys podcast.
Neil Buttery @neilbuttery
Food historian, food writer, host of The British Food History Podcast and chef specialising in cooking food from our past. His new book ‘Before Mrs Beeton: Elizabeth Raffald, England's Most Influential Housekeeper’, was published in February 2023.
Series Producer: Melissa FitzGerald
Exec Producer: Dominic de Terville
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