'What Did You Eat This Week? with James Kavanagh' is a new podcast that explores his #1 obsession: food. In the weekly episodes, James chats with friends and people he loves about the spectrum of food and the stories that blossom from culinary experiences. No food or drink is too low or high-brow: from filthy-delicious takeaways to hangover food to triple Michelin-starred restaurants, James and his guests love & want it all. Travel is also a big part of the podcast, so get your pen out, because there are a million tasty tips on where to go & what to eat and a bounty of laughs along the way.
Produced by James Kavanagh and Voco Studios Dublin.
James has a chat with Padraig Howley about his pet robin, music, fashion and his plant based food journey. This podcast is sponsored by Oatly.
Donal Skehan, Cookies & Howth
TV cook, food writer, producer, dad and very lovely person, Donal Skehan chats to James about how his food empire operates, Howth, cookies and why Sweden is the place to be in Summer.
Into The West
James & Wiliam chat through their recent travels in the west of Ireland.
Urrr Fraaarrr | Bored of Lunch's Nathan Anthony
James chats to the Air Frier / Slow Cooker genius that is Nathan Anthony (AKA Bored of Lunch) about how he became king of two appliances. There's nothing he wouldn't try air fry or slow cook. It's a lovely insight into how he got started and maintains his army of loyal followers - and now readers! Search 'Bored of Lunch' on Amazon or in local book stores to get your hands on his two new cookbooks.
Jack, Jacob & Creating Griolladh
James chats to BFFs Jack & Jacob about friendship, building a sandwich empire & nostalgic dinners.
OMG What Would Aisling Eat?
James chats to OMGWACA creators Emer McLysaght & Sarah Breen about what they & Aisling like to eat. They talk about a recent trip to a gorgeous island off the coast of Ireland, the anatomy of a perfect Sunday Roast and a forgotten culinary gem of Dublin.
New favourite podcast
Has quickly become my favourite podcast; funny, interesting and warm. And the bop of a theme gets stuck in my head for days!
Love it but sound quality poor
I love this podcast and anything food related but I feel that the sound quality is not great and if I’m doing anything at all while listening I can’t hear it even with max volume in earphones.
Thrilled I found this podcast- it’s soo good. Love the guests and the conversations are deadly. Lots of laughs in there too!!