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The fortnightly show dedicated to food and drink produced and enjoyed in and around Cambridge.

Latest Episodes

Flavour: The Copper Crew

We meet the Copper Crew, who have received the attention of Master of Wine, Jancis Robinson, for their canned wines from Cottenham. VetoMeato tells us about its meat-free eats. There’s a new book about the orchards of the East of England, and we speak to co-author Tom Wiliamson, about those in Cambridgeshire. And we pop along to the community pub, The Hare and Hounds in Harlton, which has reopened. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

55 MIN1 w ago
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Flavour: The Copper Crew

Flavour: Mark Poynton & Cambridge food traders return

Mark Poynton talks about his plans for his new restaurant with rooms and the sort of food he’ll be cooking. We hear from the food traders on Cambridge market about how they’ve survived lockdown and what life on the market is like now. Monica Askay talks about the research that’s been done on the orchards of eastern England and we have a report from the 2020 Oxford Food Symposium. In addition, we visit the Cory Library, an ancient library in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Flavour: Mark Poynton & Cambridge food traders return

Flavour: Restaurants reopen

Restaurants and bars are reopening, but it isn’t going to be business as usual. We speak with restaurateurs from; Pint Shop, Amelie in the Grafton Centre, Maurizio in Mill Road, and Luk Thai in Barton and get the brewery perspective from Richard Naismith of Milton Brewery. There are two new cafes to visit, we check them out. Also, Dave Fox from Trumpington Allotments provides advice to growers.

46 MINJUL 8
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Flavour: Restaurants reopen

Flavour – Rushmer: “Restaurants are Scared”

Vanderlyle and Scotts All Day’s shift to food collections/delivery: Is it working? How Hildersham’s Pear and Olive is coping. Can restaurants survive social distancing? Lower UK food standards; Alex Rushmer and Daniel Zeichner MP’s fears. Foraging with Steve Thompson and Hello to foodstufff, whose local bike riders are taking on the big national deliverers. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder & Sue Bailey.

54 MINJUN 22
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Flavour – Rushmer: “Restaurants are Scared”

Flavour: Rachel Roddy

On today’s show: Rachel Roddy on how Rome’s bars, cafes, restaurants are adjusting to new rules after the lifting of lockdown, how it affected her life, and her pleasure in winning the Fortnum Cookery Writer of the Year award this week. Sam Carter of Restaurant 22 on how lockdown is affecting him. Estefania Led Ramos and Inder Bull on their new ventures. The foraging chef on what to pick this month and his stalls in Grantchester and Caldecote. How independent grocers are leading the way in securing stock.

57 MINMAY 25
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Flavour: Rachel Roddy

Flavour: Adapting to Lockdown

Simon Steel from Cambridge’s Sunday Market, Claire Rosier from the Larder at Burwash and Sam Carter from Thirsty in Chesterton Road talk about how they’re coping. This month also sees Simon’s 20th anniversary at the market, he talks about the changes he’s seen. We have advice on teaching children to cook from Tine Roche from Cambridge Cookery and Karen Allworth from Always Time to Bake. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

53 MINMAY 10
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Flavour: Adapting to Lockdown

Flavour: Tristan Welch

Tristan Welch from Parker’s Tavern on how his life and work are being radically changed by the coronavirus. Patrick Blaizac, our man in the French vineyards, on the impact on the wine industry. How the opening of Thrive, the plant-based restaurant in Norfolk Street is affected. Meanwhile many people are volunteering to help those who need it, we talk with Councillor Alex Collis. Also, foraging with Steve Thompson, and Rosie Sykes with wild garlic ideas. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Dr Sue Bailey.

47 MINAPR 28
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Flavour: Tristan Welch

Flavour: Coronavirus and Hospitality

Tim Hayward talks about the effects of the coronavirus on food and hospitality businesses. Laura Donohue has an Easter essay for our times. Rosie Sykes provides some ideas for rhubarb and Sue Bailey looks back at some seasonal old English recipes. Also, Dave Fox recommends ways of growing food without a garden. In addition we bring you lots of food news. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

56 MINAPR 13
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Flavour: Coronavirus and Hospitality

Flavour: The Foodie Fightback

In this edition, the foodie fightback. We look at how our local food producers are continuing to bring you good food. We feature home deliveries, food you can collect, food you can grow, and food you can forage during your once-a-day exercise routine. The crisis may have a particularly bad effect on the supply of fish, we cover that too. Plus, how city folk ate during previous pandemics. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

55 MINAPR 2
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Flavour: The Foodie Fightback

Flavour: Coronavirus and our food outlets

This afternoon we explore Coronavirus; how is it affecting Cambridge’s food sellers, cafes and restaurants? What is the likely impact on foodbanks? Also news from Jack van Praag on his forthcoming Middle Eastern event, family cooking lessons, March foraging, and a new Jamaican food provider in the city. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

56 MINMAR 16
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Flavour: Coronavirus and our food outlets

Latest Episodes

Flavour: The Copper Crew

We meet the Copper Crew, who have received the attention of Master of Wine, Jancis Robinson, for their canned wines from Cottenham. VetoMeato tells us about its meat-free eats. There’s a new book about the orchards of the East of England, and we speak to co-author Tom Wiliamson, about those in Cambridgeshire. And we pop along to the community pub, The Hare and Hounds in Harlton, which has reopened. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

55 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Flavour: The Copper Crew

Flavour: Mark Poynton & Cambridge food traders return

Mark Poynton talks about his plans for his new restaurant with rooms and the sort of food he’ll be cooking. We hear from the food traders on Cambridge market about how they’ve survived lockdown and what life on the market is like now. Monica Askay talks about the research that’s been done on the orchards of eastern England and we have a report from the 2020 Oxford Food Symposium. In addition, we visit the Cory Library, an ancient library in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Flavour: Mark Poynton & Cambridge food traders return

Flavour: Restaurants reopen

Restaurants and bars are reopening, but it isn’t going to be business as usual. We speak with restaurateurs from; Pint Shop, Amelie in the Grafton Centre, Maurizio in Mill Road, and Luk Thai in Barton and get the brewery perspective from Richard Naismith of Milton Brewery. There are two new cafes to visit, we check them out. Also, Dave Fox from Trumpington Allotments provides advice to growers.

46 MINJUL 8
Comments
Flavour: Restaurants reopen

Flavour – Rushmer: “Restaurants are Scared”

Vanderlyle and Scotts All Day’s shift to food collections/delivery: Is it working? How Hildersham’s Pear and Olive is coping. Can restaurants survive social distancing? Lower UK food standards; Alex Rushmer and Daniel Zeichner MP’s fears. Foraging with Steve Thompson and Hello to foodstufff, whose local bike riders are taking on the big national deliverers. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder & Sue Bailey.

54 MINJUN 22
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Flavour – Rushmer: “Restaurants are Scared”

Flavour: Rachel Roddy

On today’s show: Rachel Roddy on how Rome’s bars, cafes, restaurants are adjusting to new rules after the lifting of lockdown, how it affected her life, and her pleasure in winning the Fortnum Cookery Writer of the Year award this week. Sam Carter of Restaurant 22 on how lockdown is affecting him. Estefania Led Ramos and Inder Bull on their new ventures. The foraging chef on what to pick this month and his stalls in Grantchester and Caldecote. How independent grocers are leading the way in securing stock.

57 MINMAY 25
Comments
Flavour: Rachel Roddy

Flavour: Adapting to Lockdown

Simon Steel from Cambridge’s Sunday Market, Claire Rosier from the Larder at Burwash and Sam Carter from Thirsty in Chesterton Road talk about how they’re coping. This month also sees Simon’s 20th anniversary at the market, he talks about the changes he’s seen. We have advice on teaching children to cook from Tine Roche from Cambridge Cookery and Karen Allworth from Always Time to Bake. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

53 MINMAY 10
Comments
Flavour: Adapting to Lockdown

Flavour: Tristan Welch

Tristan Welch from Parker’s Tavern on how his life and work are being radically changed by the coronavirus. Patrick Blaizac, our man in the French vineyards, on the impact on the wine industry. How the opening of Thrive, the plant-based restaurant in Norfolk Street is affected. Meanwhile many people are volunteering to help those who need it, we talk with Councillor Alex Collis. Also, foraging with Steve Thompson, and Rosie Sykes with wild garlic ideas. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Dr Sue Bailey.

47 MINAPR 28
Comments
Flavour: Tristan Welch

Flavour: Coronavirus and Hospitality

Tim Hayward talks about the effects of the coronavirus on food and hospitality businesses. Laura Donohue has an Easter essay for our times. Rosie Sykes provides some ideas for rhubarb and Sue Bailey looks back at some seasonal old English recipes. Also, Dave Fox recommends ways of growing food without a garden. In addition we bring you lots of food news. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

56 MINAPR 13
Comments
Flavour: Coronavirus and Hospitality

Flavour: The Foodie Fightback

In this edition, the foodie fightback. We look at how our local food producers are continuing to bring you good food. We feature home deliveries, food you can collect, food you can grow, and food you can forage during your once-a-day exercise routine. The crisis may have a particularly bad effect on the supply of fish, we cover that too. Plus, how city folk ate during previous pandemics. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

55 MINAPR 2
Comments
Flavour: The Foodie Fightback

Flavour: Coronavirus and our food outlets

This afternoon we explore Coronavirus; how is it affecting Cambridge’s food sellers, cafes and restaurants? What is the likely impact on foodbanks? Also news from Jack van Praag on his forthcoming Middle Eastern event, family cooking lessons, March foraging, and a new Jamaican food provider in the city. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.

56 MINMAR 16
Comments
Flavour: Coronavirus and our food outlets
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