Our guide to the world of food, drink and entertaining, The Menu serves up interviews with the world’s most creative chefs, introduces the makers behind the scenes and the ingredients that will soon be landing on your restaurant table.
The roots of Australian cooking
A look into the rich and varied influences on what we consider to be Australian food today; a pioneer of Burmese cooking in Hong Kong; and the week’s top food and drink headlines.
Food Neighbourhoods 233: Recipe edition, Jamie Lee
A sustainable yet simple recipe for mussels from the head chef of Kodbyens Fiskebar in Copenhagen.
Montevideo’s coffee boom
We head to the Uruguayan capital to hear how new cafés are bringing the world’s coffee trends to the city. Also in the programme: how Moving Mountains is innovating plant-based alternatives to meat.
Food Neighbourhoods 232: Recipe edition, Alberto Vollmer
Alberto Vollmer, CEO of the Venezuelan rum brand Santa Teresa, shares one of his favourite cocktail recipes.
Yasmin Khan and Elior Balbul
Yasmin Khan on recipes that have travelled across the Eastern Mediterranean. Plus: Israeli chef Elior Balbul’s new restaurant in London.
Food Neighbourhoods 231: Recipe edition, Alice Delcourt
A springtime recipe for risotto from the top chef at Milan’s Erba Brusca restaurant.
Fabulous food podcast
Markus Hippi is the coolest podcast presenter ever
Interesting and pleasant
Well told Food stories from around the world
Huh? Pierre Koffman isn't here
This review is for the podcast titled "Pierre Koffman's 50 years in the kitchen". When you download it and press "play", what you get is a cheeky commentary on the US election found in the "Midori House" and not "The Menu". Hope someone is able to fix it. Will head over to "The Midori House" and see if some wires were crossed.