12 episodes

Bite-sized stories from Cardiff's food & drink scene, including chats with restauranteurs, chefs, producers and more. Curated by local bloggers Jane Cook (www.hungrycityhippy.co.uk) & Matt Appleby (www.easyteas.co.uk).

Music credit: Peaches by Halloween
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Halloween

Hank! A Cardiff Food Podcast Jane Cook and Matt Appleby

    • Arts
    • 4.5 ‚ÄĘ 11 Ratings

Bite-sized stories from Cardiff's food & drink scene, including chats with restauranteurs, chefs, producers and more. Curated by local bloggers Jane Cook (www.hungrycityhippy.co.uk) & Matt Appleby (www.easyteas.co.uk).

Music credit: Peaches by Halloween
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Halloween

    Ep 11 - Ansh, on Launching a New Restaurant in a Global Pandemic

    Ep 11 - Ansh, on Launching a New Restaurant in a Global Pandemic

    As Welsh hospitality prepares to reopen indoors, we ask the founders of Cardiff's newest burger venture what it was like to launch a new restaurant at the height of a global pandemic.

    The result of a partnership between chef Aled Hill, and fourth generation farmer / butcher Shaun Jones , Ansh serves up 'uniquely home-grown burgers which celebrate Wales in every ansh (bite).'

    • 26 min
    Ep 10 - Shumana Palit on Welsh Hospitality in Crisis (part 2)

    Ep 10 - Shumana Palit on Welsh Hospitality in Crisis (part 2)

    Continuing on from our conversation with restauranteur Simon Wright in Episode 9 - in this instalment of the podcast, we speak to Shumana Palit about how the Coronavirus crisis has affected her.

    Shumana Palit and her husband Paul Grimwood run Ultracomida; a business which incorporates two Spanish deli-restaurants in Narberth and Aberystwyth; Curado Bar and Vermut in Cardiff city centre; and an online shop which delivers imported Spanish produce across the UK.

    • 18 min
    Ep 9 - Simon Wright, on Welsh Hospitality in Crisis (part 1)

    Ep 9 - Simon Wright, on Welsh Hospitality in Crisis (part 1)

    This episode was recorded just as it was revealed that the Welsh hospitality sector was facing up to 30,000 job losses, with half of these having already taken place. A desperate situation, exacerbated by the fact that there was still no update on indoor opening for restaurants, bars and pubs Wales. In this episode, we spoke to restauranteur, food writer and broadcaster Simon Wright about the impact of the Coronavirus crisis, the formation of the Welsh Independent Restaurant Collective, and the damage to the hospitality industry in Wales that has already been done.

    • 28 min
    Ep 8 - Feeding the NHS during Covid-19

    Ep 8 - Feeding the NHS during Covid-19

    Whilst NHS staff across Wales face the Coronavirus crisis head-on, in Cardiff a network of volunteers worked to ensure that these key workers were well-fed. In this episode we spoke to Kevin McGuckian (Holy Yolks) about the band of local independents involved in #feedtheheroesdiff, and to Kasim Ali (Waterloo Tea) about the #FeedTheHeath campaign which raised more than £80,000 to feed the staff at Wales' biggest hospital.

    • 39 min
    Ep 7 - The rise of the Kitchen Takeover

    Ep 7 - The rise of the Kitchen Takeover

    In this episode we look at the phenomenon of the 'Kitchen Takeover'. We chat with the lovely James from pop-up, sell-out success Matsudai Ramen, and Edwina O'Hart of Get Well Fed.
    Both tell us what it's like to enter a professional kitchen and start cooking for paying customers, despite having no formal background in food. We also speak to one of Cardiff's nomadic OG's - Krish from Keralan Karavan, the Indian street food pop-up that has been moving around the city, taking over kitchens and popping up at festivals since 2016.

    • 28 min
    Ep 6 - Meeting Matt Pritchard, the 'Dirty Vegan'

    Ep 6 - Meeting Matt Pritchard, the 'Dirty Vegan'

    In this episode we catch up with local ultra-athlete Matt Pritchard (also known as 'Pritch' of MTV's Dirty Sanchez) to find out about his new TV program, 'Dirty Vegan' and his new cookbook of the same name.

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Derek Cuntchops ,

More Reasons To Return Home!

When I moved out of Wales to go to university, there was never this kind of food and drink culture that you find today.

I return often, and this fabulous podcast is giving an even wider range of places to visit and things to eat and drink.

The hosts have excellent chemistry and they are fun, interesting, informative Episodes. It’s fascinating to hear the backstory of the products/places they visit. Some excellent guests as well, and the overwhelming thing is the passion that comes through when talking about the different food and drink(especially the gin!).

I came to the series very late but have enjoyed it so much that it’s taken me a few days to listen to all of them.

Look forward to hearing many more.
Excellent.

Mrbluejay ,

Superb

Great to listen to a local podcast, quite diverse and informative. Good humorous chat ūüĎć

Glenbois ,

Really enjoyable local podcast ūüėć

Love this podcast so good to hear about local places and also nationwide foodie issues. Now found it binge listened to every episode thanks ūüėä

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