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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family, and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed.

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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family, and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed.

    S11 Ep 7: Fearne Cotton

    S11 Ep 7: Fearne Cotton

    With over 40 million listens on her podcast, it felt only right to celebrate the wonder of Fearne Cotton as she starts a new series of Happy Place this week.
    A voice and personality we all know and love, Fearne talks about everything from her Happy Place Festival, being in the public eye and loving an early night to writing books, including her new Sunday Times Bestseller Speak Your Truth which is out now.
    We chat about homeschooling, Ombar chocolate, the Disney Club's amazing canteen lunches and growing up at the end of the Metropolitan line.
    Tuna pasta bakes and sandwich spread sandwiches are a memory of her mum's cooking and Fearne talks about turning 40, being a vegan, a drunken karaoke night with Greg James, her well loved chunky red lentil soup and meeting her husband Jesse.

    It was such a treat to speak to you Fearne, such a generous, kind and bloody prolific woman and congrats on a new series of Happy Place xxxx
     
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    • 52 min
    S11 Ep 6: Andrew Lloyd Webber

    S11 Ep 6: Andrew Lloyd Webber

    We welcome our 2nd EGOT guest (Emmy, Grammy, Tony, Oscar), the musical LEGEND Andrew Lloyd Webber!
    Andrew talks to us over zoom about his new musical Cinderella opening in spring and written by Emerald Fennell (side note watch Promising Young Woman!).
    Mum and Andrew bond over their loathing of kale and we salute his campaign for getting theatres open safely. We also learn about his brilliantly rude Aunt Viola, one of the first TV chefs who wrote one the rudest cookbooks he’s ever read.
    Andrew also talks about his ALW foundation and campaigning for secondary school children to receive weekly music lessons. We chat about his favourite musical of all time, being a TikTok sensation and an unforgettable New Years Eve party with Shirley Bassey and Joan Collins.
    His last supper includes a spenny bottle of red and we had the most fun chatting away to this brilliant man!
    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella will open Spring 2021
     
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    S11 Ep 5: Jenna Coleman

    S11 Ep 5: Jenna Coleman

    This weeks guest is the glorious star of 'The Serpent’ Jenna Coleman! She tells us all about how she had to learn French for the role of Marie-Andree, taking a 1970’s pencil sharpener home from the set as a memento and filming in Bangkok & wait for it.... Tring!! We discuss her upbringing in Blackpool, hiding cream cheese sandwiches in vases, childhood karaoke sessions with @charlottechurch and what she'd have on her last day of food. We loved having you Jenna (even if your WiFi was shite) and hope to have you over soon for some chicken soup - Mum is working on the gluten free matzoh balls as we speak! X
     
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    S11 Ep 4: Slowthai

    S11 Ep 4: Slowthai

    With Mum being a huge connoisseur of hip hop and rapping, this week we invited the brilliant Slowthai to join us over Zoom from his studio basement at his Mum’s in Northampton. We chat about recording his brand new album, ‘Tyron' during lockdown, Sunday roasts, his Mum’s secret ingredients for the perfect roast potatoes and his go to meal to impress his fiancé. Mum asks about award shows and alcohol and we find out that he's still owed 50 quid for a hot sauce challenge he won. His brand new album ‘Tyron’ is out on Feb 12th. Oh, and I have a little announcement of my own, my book ‘Omelette' is available for pre order now. A book about family, friends, chaos and my undying love of food and eating x
     
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    • 45 min
    S11 Ep 3: Angela Hartnett

    S11 Ep 3: Angela Hartnett

    Big week! Mum had her vaccine, Joe Biden is now president, Mum also discovers Muff Kitchen and her first drag name is suggested (thanks Martha Delacey).
    But more importantly, we have the incomparable Angela Hartnett on TM! Talking to us from her Spitalfields home, we chat about what's for tea, being in a culinary 'power couple' with her partner, working for Gordon Ramsey and we discuss the difficulty the hospitality sector is facing during the pandemic.
    Mum learnt what ‘ready for the pass’ meant and Angela talks about her ’nonna' teaching her how to cook Annalini, a Christmas tradition. Are there any other chefs out there that hate coriander as much as Angela?
    Last but not least, we talk about 'Seat At The Table’ campaign - a petition to the government to get a hospitality minister for her industry. We would love you to take a moment to sign it.

    Her new show Celebrity Best Home Cook is on BBC One, Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 26th January at 9pm and iPlayer on demand - enjoy! x
     
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    • 44 min
    S11 Ep 2: Eva Longoria

    S11 Ep 2: Eva Longoria

    Back in September, we talked to the delightful Eva Longoria. At the time of our chat over Zoom, she was working hard campaigning for Joe Biden to become President. With her own cookbook having come out in 2011, we talked recipes, cooking after long flights and she taught us how to make her ‘4 minute chicken taco recipe’. The Desperate Housewives star offered up tips on how to make banana bread and she loves a strawberry rhubarb pie, stockpiling rhubarb in her freezer.
    She also told us what a dab hand David Beckham is in the kitchen and how he taught her how to make shepherds pie - with the addition of tomato ketchup.
    We discuss growing up in South Texas, why 'life’s too short to drink bad wine’ and her penchant for caviar.
    She also manages in a short space of time to teach us a table manner or two. Enjoy! X
     
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    • 34 min

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