A podcast by Greenwich Pantry in London; for foodies who enjoy cooking or want to get started. Discussing food and culture, we’ll be chatting to foodies, chefs, and more, sharing recipes you’ll want to use over and over again. We'll feature food stories, answer questions and talk you through the tricky bits. Join our conversation, we would love to hear from you.
Valentine’s Day is another great winter celebration reminding us of the strong bond between food and love. This amazing celebration has become such a huge part of our lives and long may it continue. Let’s get some thoughts about this great foodie festival.
Happy new year and happy new month. For some of us January has become the month of wellness goals. For others, it brings an opportunity to try a plant based diet or explore what it’s all about. Join us as we discuss what baby steps towards veganuary looks like. Enjoy.
What will be different about food at Christmas for family and friends all over the world? Lets face it, this year has been a strange one but at least there’s Christmas and Christmas food. Join us as we talk to people about their favourite Christmas food. Yum!
It’s easy to get confused about hunger, thirst, boredom. In this episode we’ll discuss the details to see if we can get it right and stay on track. Would you like to talk about it? Do you have a question? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message
If you’re a foodie you’ll love real bread and definitely sourdough! We know that additives in commercial bread make it less desirable and nutritious. Listen to this episode with Ed the Baker (Eddy) and fall in love with real dough. For more information email email@example.com
The portion size conversation is a major step in keeping a balance. Over the years we have become accustomed to bigger sized plates. We thought we were getting more value for our bucks but are we really? Let’s talk some more, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best thing about fruits is that they can be preserved for all year round. By experimenting with fruit preserving in the summer you’re going to save a lot of money and time and make a lot of friends through gifting. It’s worth a try. Listen to this podcast to find out how. Get in touch at email@example.com
The obesity debate is alive and kicking. This special episode encourages us to think about fats both the friendly and unfriendly ones. Our bodies need some but we tend to over give. Join our let’s do this challenge for this week and see if we can kick out the bad fats for good.
One of the most amazing thing about summer is not only the delicious and nutritious food we enjoy its the refreshing drinks that we make. From watermelon to cucumber and lemonade the list is endless but WATER trumps them all. Listen to this episode with Sukhi and go get a drink.
How food values impact our health. Today we reflect on how decisions about what to eat can be driven by values that impact your health. Let’s explore why good food matters. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Growing your own food only requires a desire for real food. Joyce introduces us to Lend and Tend and explains how it all began with a love for food. Listen to Joyce’s inspirational story. Get in touch at email@example.com with your interesting story.
Being a foodie is not a one stop shop. Our guest talks about her foodie journey and what it means to her. We walk our way through the food chain and end up with something sweet and summery. Listen up and keep drooling. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message on the app.
When you think about your plate what do you think should be on it? Let’s review a balanced approach to food in the summer with the help of the eat well plate framework. To have a conversation send your voice message to the voicemail or email email@example.com
Nicola, a public health practitioner from Greenwich shares her love for summer, how she enjoys a wonderful array of vegetables from her veg box and herbs from the garden. Nicola shares her “so delicious” recipe and tips we can all use to make summer time a wonderful moment during these times.
Baking is undoubtedly one of the nation’s favourite activities. Getting into baking happens in a variety of ways. Chatting to Mel about her baking experience was inspirational. For those looking at ways of taking baby steps listen to Mel’s story. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t give in to the “can’t cook” voice in your head. Start with simple things that taste yummy. You’ll soon find your own rhythm and flow. We’ll talk you through the recipes and give us a shout if you need anything. Enjoy it. Have a question on vegan cooking? Email email@example.com and we’ll answer your questions on the podcast. Stay healthy and keep listening.
It’s Father’s Day today ..congratulations to all our wonderful fathers and Happy Father’s Day to all our dads and father figures out there. . Wherever you are, we celebrate you today, Lets reminisce with our podcast guest Rose.
Summertime offers a myriad of food options. We’re literally spoiled for choice and often indulge in food from different cultures. But some foodies like to stick to what they know, exploring food in a minimalist way...speaking to our guest we find how it works..
Jerk chicken is the food icon of summer festivals in London. Alongside many other international cuisine, jerk chicken and it’s kissing cousin Jollof rice have a special place in the hearts and mind of festival goers. With our simple recipe you can make your own with healthy eating principles in mind. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message as we would love to hear from you.
Jollof rice and jerk chicken have become synonymous with British summer fun. We may not be gathering for festivals this year but we can enjoy food that reminds us of street food festivals. Join us as we explore how to make some popular street food associated with festival fun. For more information on being part of our podcast email email@example.com or leave a voice message
In this final edition of our food and lockdown series, we spoke to Jonny Bailey a teenager from London in how he navigates his food choices and his love for jollof rice. To be featured in our podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message on the podcast.
A great kitchen is a game changer.. Not necessarily a huge kitchen, just functional and accessible. If that’s the type of kitchen you want. this podcast episode will help you. Get clues on the essentials and fall in love with your kitchen all over again. For more information on getting on our podcast; email email@example.com
This is the third episode of our international food and lockdown series. Learning how others are coping with lockdown in other countries has been my quest. Gaining new perspectives may help us with ours. It was insightful to speak to Гульбану Ибраш\ in Kazakhstan. Listen to Гульбану Ибраш\ story. Join our conversation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message on the podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow us on all the channels. Happy listening.
This is the second episode of our international food and lockdown series. Learning how others are coping with the lockdown in other countries has been my quest. Gaining a new perspective may help us with ours. It was insightful to speak to Michela in Italy. Listen to Michela’s story. Join our conversation by sending an email to email@example.com or leave a voice message on the podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow us on all the channels. Happy listening.
Learning how others are coping with the lockdown in other countries has been my quest this past week. Gaining a new perspective may help us with ours. It was insightful to speak to Adelia in Jakarta near Indonesia. Listen to Adelia’s story. Join our conversation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message on the podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow us on all the channels. Happy listening.
Like adults, lockdown is having a profound effect on children. They are learning an important life skill; flexibility. Some children have used that important skill to make the lockdown a time to cook make and bake: sharing their goodies with family . Let’s hear it for Jem in Cyprus and Michael in London! Would you like to share your story? Get in touch: email@example.com or leave a voice message.
How was your vegetarian week? If you took part in the cook off are you committing to cook and eat more veggies? Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or not it’s pretty clear we need to include plenty of veggies and plant based food choices on our plate for good health. Chef Felim gives us a run down of his vegetarian path and shares his favourite recipe too. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message.
This episode explores routines and how it has been disrupted for two callers. A law student and a shift worker. Food and lockdown has been interesting on so many levels. Listen to their stories and feel free to share yours. Get in touch: email@example.com or leave a voice message.
Nostalgia can be a good place for foodies. . Allowing yourself to think why you eat what you eat may bring back good memories of great tasting food. Call up a friend and relearn something from the past. Relearn a nostalgic recipe. Enjoy.
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Challenges sometimes bring new opportunities we never imagined. Keeping ourselves going can happen through an array of means. Let your tastebuds lead you to new adventures. Who doesn't want to do something new? Unleash your creativity in the kitchen. Our two guests share their food stories and we see possibilities.
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Growing food is up there with the essentials in life. The lockdown has brought us face to face with that reality. What can we do to improve the taste and flavours in our food without breaking the bank? Did you know growing garlic could be a way out ? Grow yours and find out. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail on the podcast: www.anchor.fm/greenwich-pantry/message
In this episode I check in on Danae, a Vegan Baker with lots of experience transitioning into vegan life. She explains how it is important not to “beat yourself up” when you’re not on track. You’ll eat what makes you happy eventually. Danae shares her first vegan recipe, to get it email: email@example.com or leave a voice message on the podcast at www.anchor.fm/greenwich-pantry/message
The lockdown is the big topic at the moment and there’s no surprises there. The pandemic has somewhat affected our life and relationship with food. Some are cooking more and some are eating more. Some are going through their pantry for inspiration. Listen to their stories and feel free to share yours. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message.
First things first. What do you need to know before you start cooking?
Whether you’re cooking for yourself or not, it’s worth getting things set from the start. Do the prep to get the prize. Remember you can get in touch with your questions and messages by email to email@example.com or https://anchor.fm/greenwich-pantry/message
We are super excited to share our cooking tips with you. Cooking making and baking is what we love best and we know you do too. It’s a lifelong adventure isn’t it? We’ll be inviting home cooks and professionals to share tips and give insights. We want to hear about your cooking inspiration and help with any questions you have so do get involved. Leave a voice message here: https://anchor.fm/greenwich-pantry/message or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org happy drooling.