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Local food networks thrived during lockdown with more people turning to local producers, farm shops and veg box schemes as supermarket shelves ran dry. But how are they doing now? The Covid pandemic was a reminder that localised networks give our foo... more
25 years ago two Monmouthshire farmers had a plan. BSE had hit the rural area hard, and they wanted to create a food festival to showcase the area's produce. They set about putting it together in the relatively unknown town of Abergavenny. 25 years o... more
Judges have been visiting the finalists in this year's BBC Food and Farming Awards. This episode of The Food Programme celebrates the businesses shortlisted for the street food and take-away category. This year it's been extended to include small eat... more
Love listening to this podcast! I learn so much as the information is so digestible. Would you considering doing a mini series on the origins and history of certain foods? Perhaps an episode per month of a vegetable/fruit in season. Like the history of the tomato - where it came from in the world, how it was brought into todays society, Italian cuisine etc. Would be fascinating!!
I love your content but here in Canada the shows are now bookended with ads for gambling. Very much not BBC!
Superbly researched program/0podcast. Diverse range of topics presented expertly by numerous people involved in past and future food supply.
My oven is heated with propane, a very expensive gas. So too, I’m currently looking for a new gas stove, costs run around $1500. new. I’ve always had a slow cooker and microwave, now I’ve added an a air fryer and a pressure cooker, all run on electricity. The monies and time spent is amazingly efficient. I only spent about $50. for each, new, very little in my book and I use them all regularly if not daily. I purchased the ‘Insta Pot’ brand and have been happy with my purchases. Love your pod. N... more
It’s not long enough! I want the episodes to be at least twice as long - I love them! Keep it up!
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The Food Programme launched 14 years ago and published 304 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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