Cheers to 2019
We look back at 2019’s foodie adventures. As we prepare to enjoy the indulgences of the festive season, we’re proud to reflect on what has been a vintage year on The FoodTalk Show.
As we prepare to enjoy the indulgences of the festive season, we’re proud to reflect on what has been a vintage year on The FoodTalk Show.
If you find yourself partied out and looking for a short escape from eating, drinking and being merry this Christmas, remember that you can download any of this year’s podcasts and listen again to the food heroes who have lit up our studio in 2019.
We kicked off the year in celebrity style with a visit from former Masterchef winner Jane Devonshire, before hearing from some passionate food crusaders in February. From banishing single-use plastics to discovering the joy of English red wine, the Valentine month certainly made us fall head over heels in love with new products.
Bubbles without the booze were top of the menu when we took part in the non-alcoholic revolution in March. Plus, spring saw the very exciting launch of the Future Food Awards – a joint project between The FoodTalk Show and Speciality Food Magazine.
From a king of vegan puddings to the Spice Queen herself, May was packed with intriguing guests. This was followed by a real summer of love, as we explored the amazing food and drink scene of Kent, enjoyed an eye-opening episode that featured ‘Viagra curry’ and revealed the identity of the Future Food Awards’ amazing category winners.
Autumn was ushered in with goats, gin and gourmet trends, to mention just a few fascinating topics. We also learned that Nourish3d had been crowned the first ever Supreme Champion at the Future Food Awards, with their incredible 3D nutrition stack printing technology. They joined us in the studio in November to tell us more.
Finally, if you missed our very special December show featuring the legendary food journalist and The Food Programme presenter Sheila Dillon, head for our listen again page now – you’re in for a real treat!
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.