In this series you’ll be joining Nigel Slater on a crisp walk through midwinter in all its cold, glistening splendour, all the way up to Christmas Day. Along the path there’ll be recipes for some of your festive favourites and some new ideas, too, to excite your palate in these cold months.
You'll take take a tour of the Nuremberg Christmas markets, cook some sticky treats and warming meals, choose and decorate your tree, make the wreath, spice the wine, and wind your way through the season to Christmas Day – where a feast awaits.
Season 2 #6: The Ritual of Tea
In this episode we’ll be celebrating that most simple of every day rituals – the ritual of tea.
Season 2 #5: Feasting
In this episode, we’ll be discussing the unbridled joy of a meat feast – tearing tender chicken from the bone, a humble feast inspired by my grandmother’s kitchen in 1964, a celebration of the humble meatball.
Season 2 #4: The Perfect Pie
In this episode we will fall in love with pie – pillow, potato and pastry topped, sweet and savoury.
Season 2 #3: A Slice of Tart
In this episode, we’ll discover the unparalleled joy of making the perfect tart – and how really, a serving someone a slice of tart is a true act of love.
Season 2 #2: The Joy of Bread
In this episode, we’ll walk the streets of Paris and discover the joy of a freshly baked baguette and delve into the depths of the perfect sourdough starter.
Season 2 #1: Introducing a Cook‘s Chronicles
In our first episode we’ll talk exclusively to my lifelong editor, Louise Haines, about my writing from the days we first started working together, to now.
Brilliant listen to the lovely Nigel Slater. A joy to enjoy on a lazy afternoon with the weather outside rather grim but the fire is cracking in the wood burner . A very soothing podcast .
Comforting tales and recipes that transport the listener to a magical winter wonderland - full of nostalgia and Christmas cheer, and delicious recipe ideas, read by Nigel slater’s soothing voice. A fantastic podcast!
Definitely a feel good podcast
I listened to them December 2020 and I've just listened to them all again 20.1.2021.
An excellent podcast great stories that send you back to your childhood and give great ideas for the years to come. I'm struggling to let go of Christmas this year due to the cove and not being able to get back to normal. This podcast definitely puts a little spring in your step thanks Nigel.