36 episodes

Set Meals is a weekly food show led by the insatiable hunger of its two hosts, Samuel Ashton and Taylor Fawcett. Come with them on a journey of culinary exploration as they show you just why they love to eat so damn much.

Set Meals Stakhanov

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Set Meals is a weekly food show led by the insatiable hunger of its two hosts, Samuel Ashton and Taylor Fawcett. Come with them on a journey of culinary exploration as they show you just why they love to eat so damn much.

    Sticky Ribs, Duck Fajitas, Americana: A regrettable visit to T.G.I Friday's

    Sticky Ribs, Duck Fajitas, Americana: A regrettable visit to T.G.I Friday's

    Rounding up Season 3 in ... style, Sam and Taylor opt out of a tour of London's hippest taco spots and instead revel in nostalgia and all things Americana. T.G.I Friday's is a rite of passage for many teenagers, but why do people continue to visit the establishment past-puberty? Is the food amazing? Are the cocktails out of this world? Are the servers world class? The answer to all the above is no.
     
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    • 20 min
    Turkey Sandwiches, Galician Crisps, Oi Vita: Oscar-worthy crisps, Ideal date nights and discovering excellent pizza in North London

    Turkey Sandwiches, Galician Crisps, Oi Vita: Oscar-worthy crisps, Ideal date nights and discovering excellent pizza in North London

    In season three’s penultimate episode, Sam and Taylor talk all things Oscars – and more notably ‘Parasite’, as they reminisce over Korean fried chicken and bad Korean lager. Attention then swiftly turns to Oi Vita, a hidden gem of a Neapolitan pizza place that’s been hidden in plain sight for many a year.
     
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    • 30 min
    Popcorn Chicken Pizza, Taco Trucks, Mexican Supermarkets: Terrible fast food collaborations, Negronis and Tacos 210

    Popcorn Chicken Pizza, Taco Trucks, Mexican Supermarkets: Terrible fast food collaborations, Negronis and Tacos 210

    Taylor is back from LA and is making Sam jealous with his glorious tales of US fast food culture and Mexican supermarkets. Also, for the second week in a row, the restaurant section is a distinctly one-sided affair as Taylor hits up Tacos 210.
     
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    • 30 min
    Double-double, Fries, Diet Coke: In 'n' Out Burger and the best of Set Meals so far

    Double-double, Fries, Diet Coke: In 'n' Out Burger and the best of Set Meals so far

    With Taylor in California, Sam takes the opportunity to look back at the best moments of Set Meals so far. From udon adventures around Tokyo and drinking beers out of kitchenware in Seoul, to exploring KFC kitchens in rural England and uncovering the history of the Sicilian slice with a true New Yorker. As well as that look back at some of the highlights of the show so far, Taylor’s looking forward to indulging in the Californian staple In 'n' Out burger, with an eye on one of their much famed Double-Double's.
     
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    • 32 min
    Pasta, Pasta, Pasta: An unsuccessful tour of London’s booming pasta scene

    Pasta, Pasta, Pasta: An unsuccessful tour of London’s booming pasta scene

    Tay and Sam venture out onto the icy streets of Zone 1 armed only with Uber Jump bikes, means of contactless payment and a craving for pasta. It’s pasta week on the podcast and the boys run down their best & worst pasta spots and some pasta-making tips - as well as issuing a comprehensive reminder to avoid any cardiovascular exercise whilst undertaking such carb-heavy endeavours.
     
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    • 33 min
    Cinema Nachos, Rutland’s McDonalds, Cantonese Pork: Questionable cinema snacks, McDonalds complete it and Three Uncles

    Cinema Nachos, Rutland’s McDonalds, Cantonese Pork: Questionable cinema snacks, McDonalds complete it and Three Uncles

    On a dreary, wet, windy January afternoon Taylor and Sam talk the best and worst of in-cinema snacking, accept that McDonald’s have absolutely completed their UK dominance and destroy some Cantonese pork while visiting Three Uncles in Liverpool Street. It’s a slow news week, admittedly, but the pod never stops (except when it does).
     
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    • 25 min

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