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Nothing quite brings people together like the power of food, and on this podcast, Felicity Blunt talks to chefs, farmers and campaigners alike to discover, challenge and celebrate our shared love of all things food.
Felicity explores the latest food trends, science and ideas that will shape the future of food, with chefs, campaigners and cultural leaders alike, so sit down with your favourite cup of tea and enjoy these conversations covering everything from our appetites to the arts. 
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Nothing quite brings people together like the power of food, and on this podcast, Felicity Blunt talks to chefs, farmers and campaigners alike to discover, challenge and celebrate our shared love of all things food.
Felicity explores the latest food trends, science and ideas that will shape the future of food, with chefs, campaigners and cultural leaders alike, so sit down with your favourite cup of tea and enjoy these conversations covering everything from our appetites to the arts. 
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    Stephen Fry: Part Two

    Stephen Fry: Part Two

    Join us for part two of our fascinating conversation with the eternally wonderful Stephen Fry.
    Hear his recipe of choice for the ultimate eggs (move over, Chef Ramsey), and the best answer we’ve ever had to our regular question: what’s your most joyful memory when it comes to a meal?
    And if you didn’t catch the first half of Stephen’s chat with our host Felicity Blunt, we wholeheartedly recommend giving it a listen after this episode has finished. It’s not one to be missed.

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    Stephen Fry: Part One

    Stephen Fry: Part One

    On this episode of Fortnum's Hungry Minds, we have a very special guest joining us. He’s a writer, an actor, comedian, director, quiz show host, activist – we could go on. And on.
    In short, he’s a living icon. 
    We’re thrilled to have him on – it’s the one and only, Stephen Fry.
    In this first of our two-part episode, Stephen and host Felicity Blunt discuss a predictably wide range of topics – from Zeus’ little known sister, and Stephen’s love of cooking, to a brief history of tomatoes, and the souls of animals.

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    • 42 分鐘
    Julius Roberts

    Julius Roberts

    Our guest this episode is Julius Roberts – a first generation farmer who swapped the rat race for an idyllic life of pigs, goats and chickens instead.
    Having previously worked at the acclaimed Noble Rot in London, Julius left the city to start a farm in Suffolk. On his journey towards self-sufficiency, he’s amassed over 90,000 followers on Instagram and was named by The Times as “one of the best farmer foodies to follow”. 
    Julius joins Felicity to discuss his journey from studying sculpture in Brighton to accidentally buying 17 goats, what a typical day on the farm looks like and whether he misses anything about life in the city. 
    Be warned, this episode may tempt you to quit your job and become a farmer.

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    • 54 分鐘
    Ravinder Bhogal

    Ravinder Bhogal

    Fanny Cradock was the inspiration for many new chefs across Britain in her day. But it was a competition to find a modern-day equivalent that saw our latest guest rise to prominence when she won that very title on Gordon Ramsey’s F Word in 2007.
    Today, Ravinder Bhogal is an award-winning chef, restaurateur, TV presenter and writer; beloved for her inventive mixed-heritage cooking that celebrates the beautiful similarities and intricate differences between cultures.
    With our host Felicity Blunt, she shares her experience of arriving in the UK from Kenya as a seven-year-old, her desire to nurture and nourish people with her food, and discusses the inspiration for her bananas-sounding banana ketchup which we thoroughly recommend you try for yourself asap.

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    • 43 分鐘
    Anna Jones

    Anna Jones

    Chef, writer and bestselling author, Anna Jones, is the voice of modern vegetarian cooking. Her latest cookbook One: Pan, Pot, Planet is a celebration of food, cooking and togetherness; full of creative – and of course, delicious – ways to create wonderful meals from the most commonly wasted household foods.
     
    Anna joins our host Felicity Blunt to discuss her time as a Fifteen apprentice at Jamie Oliver’s flagship restaurant, what it means to be a vegetarian today and what it takes to make a standout cookbook. So, don’t waste a moment (or a carrot), join us for another fascinating episode of Fortnum’s Hungry Minds.


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    Sir Matthew Bourne OBE

    Sir Matthew Bourne OBE

    Season Two of our Hungry Minds podcast kicks off with a festive cracker.
    And with a new season comes a new host – literary agent, foodie and all-round lover of good stories, Felicity Blunt.
    Joining Felicity for her first episode is the supremely talented Sir Matthew Bourne OBE. For over 30 years now, Sir Matthew has created and directed some of the most iconic musical, theatre and film productions of our generation, including Swan Lake, Mary Poppins and the Christmas classic, Nutcracker!
    In this, our last episode of 2020, we discuss festive Fortnum’s memories, finding inspiration during lockdown, and the power of art to change our lives. With a new year just around the corner, we hope it’s not long before we’re all able to enjoy his wonderful productions once again.

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