Produced in Kent have teamed up with The Food Talk Show to bring you weekly foodie podcasts covering all things Kent!
The shows will be broadcast weekly from Monday October 25th at 5pm on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Stitcher or on the podcast app on your phone by searching ‘The Food Talk Radio Show Podcasts’.
The production team is anticipating an increased listenership as people fall in love with food tasting and socialising once more. Previously, the weekly show was downloaded via iTunes, Spotify, Player FM and PodBean by over 65,000 listeners a week. It was also syndicated through radio stations nationwide.
All past episodes are also available on www.foodtalk.co.uk, where you can download any of the hundreds of previous podcasts.
Sue admits that she just adores pigs but has to balance that with her love of charcuterie. She and Jane chat with Chloe Wilcock of Oink and Udder and Bill Gardner of North Charcuterie about all things pork.
Sue and Jane are bowled over by Goupie and Plamil, who’ve both been making vegan products for decades, well before ‘plant-based’ went mainstream.
Sue & Jane are joined by the founders of Garage Coffee and Cold Blow Coffee who share their knowledge and expertise on the subject.
A packed studio today with 3 guests from Kent vineyards. It’s an all female line-up from Terlingham Vineyard, Gusbourne and Wayfarer Wines.
Sue and Jane rediscover the joys of milk with Dee from Hinxden Farm Dairy
Sue Nelson interviewed Kingcott Dairy and The Cheesemakers of Canterbury on the Julia George Show, BBC Radio Kent on Wednesday 17th November. To listen again, click the link below and listen from 2:08