Life on a Plate
Life on a Plate
Jan 21, 2021
3. Tom Kerridge
Play • 35 min

Jimi and Alison talk to Tom Kerridge, the multi-award-winning chef and author. Tom explains his love affair with the ‘pirate ship’ that is a professional kitchen, revealing that it’s the chaos, noise and broken plates that help to keep him going. Plus, his passion for pubs, what he likes to cook for Sunday lunch – and tips on how not to grow pumpkins…

Tom’s latest book, The Hand and Flowers Cookbook, is out now and his series Saving Britain’s Pubs is on BBC iPlayer. You can follow him on Instagram @cheftomkerridge and on Twitter @ChefTomKerridge

To find out more about the series go to waitrose.com/podcast

Host: Jimi Famurewa

Co-host: Alison Oakervee

Producer: Sera Berksoy

Executive Producer: Nikki Duffy

Editor: Nathan Copelin

A John Brown production for Waitrose & Partners

 

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Tea With Twiggy
Tea With Twiggy
Stripped Media
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Woman's Hour: Daily Podcasts
Woman's Hour: Daily Podcasts
BBC
Losing a Friend to Suicide, Period Pants & why they're still being taxed
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42 min
The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker
The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker
sam baker
Rosie Green: a how to cope with mid-life crisis special
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