This is the podcast for foodies everywhere! Join Bettina Campolucci Bordi of Bettina’s Kitchen and Niki Webster of Rebel Recipes as they chat about everything to do with food, from mouthwatering recipes to how we can all be more sustainable with our food choices, and they'll be joined by some very well known guests who'll be telling their own food stories. What The Focaccia is sponsored by Odysea, the home of incredible Greek and Mediterranean food and ingredients.
Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet with Tom Hunt
Niki and Bettina are joined by award-winning chef, writer and food waste campaigner, Tom Hunt. His Bristol restaurant Poco has won numerous awards including Best Ethical Restaurant at the Observer Food Monthly Awards. He has written for many newspapers and magazines and writes a weekly column for Feast magazine in the Saturday Guardian offering ingenious no-waste recipes. He is an experienced speaker and cook at events, including Taste of London, Borough Market, Feastival and Abergavenny Food Festival. He is a campaigner and ambassador for Action Against Hunger, Soil Association, Slow Food International and The Fairtrade Foundation. His first book was The Natural Cook and Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet is his latest book. He talks to Bettina & Niki about his three pillars for all of us to be able to eat better and more sustainably and about the importance of eating for pleasure. This episode is sponsored by Odysea and was recorded remotely.
Summer Kitchens with Olia Hercules
This week, Niki and Bettina chat to chef, food writer,food stylist and mum, Olia Hercules. Her books include 'Mamushka' which features recipes from Ukraine and 'Kaukasis' which is a a journey through Eastern Europe. Olia talks about her brand new book, 'Summer Kitchens' and explains exactly what inspired the book and how lockdown has slowed down the process of cooking food, which is a good thing. What The Focaccia is sponsored by Odysea and listen out for the promo code in this podcast. This episode was recorded remotely.
The Doctor's Kitchen with Dr Rupy Aujla
We chat to the ever inspiring Rupy from Doctors Kitchen about his amazing health and business journey and he tells us what his three pieces of advice to improve health are. Hear us do a deep dive into diets, napping, vegetables, favourite flavours, spices and much more...
You'll be inspired by Ruby’s ambitious plans to educate, challenge the system and grow the Doctor's Kitchen brand in order to improve holistic health. This podcast is sponsored by Odysea and was recorded remotely.
We Are Food with Anna Jones
In this episode we are talking all things food and vegetables with the incredibly talented Anna Jones. We discuss Anna’s food and career journey, from working with Jamie Oliver to finding inspiration in vegetarian cooking and how she has found the time to write three very successful books with a fourth one on the way! We talk about food trends, her food ethos that includes sustainability, simplicity and good produce, which is everything that we love. What The Focaccia is sponsored by Odysea and this episode was recorded remotely.
Wicked Healthy with Derek Sarno
Joining Niki and Bettina this week is plant-based food hero Derek Sarno. He's a cook, cookbook author and head of plant-based innovation at Tesco and the man behind Wicked Healthy. In this episode we talk about what it takes to build a food brand, the difference between the UK and American food market and what the future of plant-based food is likely to be. What is his five year plan? We also chat about spirituality and purpose and much more and also find out why Derek never refers to himself as a chef! This episode was recorded remotely.
The Little Kitchen with Rachel Khoo
We are back for season two and very pleased to be joined by the amazing Rachel Khoo. We talk to the super-talented cook, author and broadcaster about how it all began in her little kitchen and how she became such a successful food creative. And we find out what she has been up to in Sweden during lockdown and how she has managed to film her latest series for the Food Network. We discuss the journey to success, the ups and downs, adapting to new situations and what it is like being in the food industry today and she tells us why she's happy to call herself a slummy mummy! This podcast was recorded remotely.