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Food writer James Ramsden and musician Sam Herlihy dish up a weekly offering of food-related nonsense, exploring the complex and often confusing world of modern gastronomy. One minute they might be discussing the qualities of rice vinegar, the next asking whether or not Cher actually enjoys sharing plates. With special guests and even more special games, The Kitchen Is On Fire is a essential listening for anyone with ears. Follow them on Twitter @Kitchen_On_Fire.

The Kitchen Is On Fire The Kitchen Is On Fire

    • Arts
    • 4.7, 32 Ratings

Food writer James Ramsden and musician Sam Herlihy dish up a weekly offering of food-related nonsense, exploring the complex and often confusing world of modern gastronomy. One minute they might be discussing the qualities of rice vinegar, the next asking whether or not Cher actually enjoys sharing plates. With special guests and even more special games, The Kitchen Is On Fire is a essential listening for anyone with ears. Follow them on Twitter @Kitchen_On_Fire.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

itstartswithavision ,

Love these guys

Australian ex pat living in the US loving the guests and personalities of these guys and makes me home sick for my Australian/pommy side

jimmysherri ,

Underrated

So the problem is I live in South Dakota which is a lonely state in USA and worse I can’t find anyone to talk to about Sam and James and ghosts haunting various kitchens and when I say something is correctly rated no one gets the joke. That wine drop thing isn’t likely to deliver all the way out here and I’m going to have to sell the herd to have enough money to visit Pidgin or Magpie or have someone whip me up a delicious vodka-based cocktail. So even though the distance between us tears my heart into tiny bits, I’ll keep listening. And what the hell is Kimchi anyway?

christc101eats ,

Great

This podcast is as good as Pidgin, which was a highlight of my recent trip to London

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