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Broadcaster Nick Grimshaw and Michelin star chef and restaurateur Angela Hartnett invite you to join their weekly dinner parties for hilarious, unfiltered chat.

Guests like Gordon Ramsey, Miriam Margoyles, Amol Rajan and Florence Pugh enjoy a Michelin star meal cooked by Angela, who shares insider tips and tricks to perfecting that signature dish or everyday dinner. As a seasoned conversationalist and raconteur, Nick serves the drinks and leads the dinner party for a deliciously fun listen

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Jordan North and William Hanson are an unlikely pair. They met at the BBC in 2012 and walked away assuming it would be a one-off. However, fate had other plans and today they are best friends and present a very successful podcast together called Help I Sexted My Boss. Each week, their listeners share hilarious dilemmas and Jordan and William respond with very different advice. The duo now have a sold-out tour and a companion book out. Jordan North has recently left Radio 1 to take over the Capital breakfast show and William Hanson is the UK’s number 1 etiquette expert. Angela prepares a moreish Rarebit Mac ‘n’ Cheese for her hungry guests who are speechless after just one mouthful. The dish is paired with a Bourgogne Blanc Marc Dudet, a refreshing chardonnay chosen by the experts at Waitrose and just to William’s taste. Jordan opts instead for a can of Guinness. Talk around the table turns to etiquette right away and William is on hand with all the facts. Our foursome chat about restaurants and family - and listen out for the culinary surprise that Nick and Angela have in store for Jordan at the end of the meal. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Siobhán McSweeney always wanted to be an actor but her parents wanted her to be a teacher. Undeterred, she completed a science degree at University College Cork and moved to London to study at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Siobhán’s big break came in 2018 when she was chosen to play Sister Michael in Derry Girls. The show was a huge hit and Siobhán won a BAFTA for her performance in 2023. Now a big star of the small screen, you can catch her presenting The Great Pottery Throwdown on Channel 4 and starring in the Disney+ comedy series Extraordinary. As it’s Easter, Nick pops a bottle of Waitrose Champagne Blanc de Noirs to start and serves Siobhán her favourite snack. Angela prepares a feast: Slow-roast lamb shoulder with beer and carrots, potatoes dauphinoise and purple sprouting broccoli with anchovies, garlic and lemon, all delicious recipes from Julius Roberts. As our trio tuck into their meal, they enjoy a bottle of Viña Lorea Reserva Rioja recommended by the experts at Waitrose. This episode has lots of laughs as Siobhán shares her childhood food memories, her Bafta speech preparation and reveals which Hollywood A-Lister loves watching The Great Pottery Throwdown. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Elizabeth Day is a household name, an award-winning writer and presenter of one of the most successful podcasts in the UK. On How to Fail, she speaks to luminaries such as Gloria Steinem, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Bernadine Evaristo about the things that haven’t gone right - and what we can learn from them. It’s fair to say that Elizabeth Day’s superpower is her vulnerability. She has written candidly about her divorce and fertility struggles in The Times, the Guardian, Vogue and Vanity Fair, helping others to feel less alone. Elizabeth is here to discuss her latest book, Friendaholic: Confessions of a Friendship Addict. There is a Friday frisson in the air as Nick pours three dirty vodka martinis, Elizabeth’s favourite cocktail. Angela prepares a gorgeous crab and fennel salad, a recipe by Julius Roberts. The dish is paired with a special bottle of Les Mesnil Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut This trio was destined to get along and they dive right into discussing family and friendship dynamics in their respective lives. Elizabeth shares her most memorable dinner-date fails and the dream guest she’d most like to interview on her podcast. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jay Blades, MBE is a furniture restoration expert and TV presenter from Hackney, East London. Jay struggled with dyslexia growing up and found solace using his hands. He got by in school, but never learned to read and has since shared his journey to help break the stigma for others in his position. Jay is the much-loved presenter of The Repair Shop on BBC One, which won a BAFTA for Best Daytime Programme in 2023. He released a memoir in 2022, Making It: How Love, Kindness and Community Helped Me Repair My Life. His new show, David and Jay’s Touring Tool Shed, is available on BBC iPlayer now. Jay is a big fish fan and arrives hungry (which he mentions once or twice!). Luckily for him, Angela has prepared a whole sea bream, with brown butter champ and charred salad onions. Nick and Jay are blown away by the rich umami flavours. This dish is complemented by a bottle of Patricius Tokaj Dry Furmint recommended by the experts at Waitrose. Counting King Charles and Dame Judi Dench as two of his biggest fans, Jay Blades is the most charming of dinner guests. He talks candidly about the darker moments in his life and how he overcame them, his passion for the Waitrose bakewell tart (which will make you want to buy one immediately) and his greatest DIY disaster. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela kick off season 5 with the inimitable Claudia Winkleman Claudia Winkleman studied Art History at Cambridge but soon decided a career in Art was simply too quiet for her. She left the gallery and wandered into television, appearing on shows like Holiday on the BBC, This Morning on ITV and Liquid News on BBC three in the nineties. Her big break came in 2004, when she began presenting Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two. Ten years later she stepped on to the dancefloor proper to host Strictly Come Dancing with Tess Daly. In 2020, Claudia scored a Sunday Times bestseller with her collection of hilarious essays, Quite: love, life & eyeliner. For the last two years, Claudia has been thrilling audiences (often with her wardrobe) on the UK’s favourite reality TV show, The Traitors. Angela prepares a tasty roast topside of beef with Yorkshire puddings, crispy roast potatoes and a side of savoy cabbage, providing some delicious inspiration for Mother’s Day. The experts at Waitrose pair the meal with a bottle of Réserve du Mistral Famille Perrin, while Claudia lovingly opts for a glass of Ribena. This is a riotously fun episode to welcome you back to the Dish table. Claudia talks Traitors, takes us behind the scenes at Strictly and shares what her husband, Kris, must simply never do. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome their final guest of season 4 to Dish HQ. Amol Rajan was born in Kolkata and raised in south London. As a boy he dreamt of becoming a cricketer and would watch tapes of Shane Warne on repeat. He studied English at the University of Cambridge before beginning a career in journalism, becoming one of the youngest ever UK editors of a national newspaper, the Independent, in 2013. Amol spent six years as the BBC’s media editor before taking over the reins on two of their flagship shows, co-hosting Radio 4’s Today programme, along with the Today podcast, and last year succeeding Jeremy Paxman as quizmaster on University Challenge. Nick mixes a cocktail for Amol, who calls himself a piña colada obsessive, while Angela prepares a delicious coconut fish curry with scotch bonnet & makrut lime leaves. The experts at Waitrose pair the meal with a Saint Clair Gimblett Gravels Reserve Viognier from New Zealand. A seasoned conversationalist and big fan of Dish, Amol jumps straight into chats about the challenges of a very early alarm call, parenting four children and what kind of restaurant critic he used to be. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish Thank you for sending your dilemmas to Angela at dish@waitrose.co.uk Please keep them coming - she will be back to answer them in season 5. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome an OG Derry girl to Dish HQ. Saoirse-Monica Jackson grew up in Northern Ireland and studied acting at the Arden School of Theatre in Manchester. She is best known and loved for her portrayal of Erin Quinn in the Emmy award-winning series Derry Girls. Over three seasons the 90s-set comedy became the most popular show on Channel 4 and is now a hit with a global audience on Netflix. It wasn’t long before Hollywood came knocking and Saoirse-Monica won a role in the DC superhero movie The Flash. She is currently starring in period drama The Doll Factory on Paramount+ and later in the year will also appear in The Decameron, based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th-century collection of comic short stories. Nick kicks off proceedings with a bottle of the Waitrose loved & found Nerello Mascalese rosé while Angela puts the finishing touches to the best lasagne; a recipe by Martha Collison. As our trio tuck into their meal, they enjoy a delicious glass of the Waitrose loved & found Lacrima and discuss the pitfalls of planning a birthday party, Saoirse-Monica’s favourite snacks and Derry Girls the Movie. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome an author and charity co-founder to Dish HQ. Dawn O’Porter was born in Scotland but grew up in Guernsey with her aunt and uncle. She spent three years at the Liverpool School for Performing Arts but decided that acting wasn’t for her and got into TV instead. Dawn made her name making documentaries, which explored topics like dieting, dating, pregnancy and polyamory. She moved to LA and met her husband, actor Chris O’Dowd. In 2013, Dawn published her first novel Paper Aeroplanes and has released several books since, including the Sunday Times best-seller, The Cows in 2016. She is one of the founding members of the charity Choose Love which helps refugees all over the world. Angela prepares The Best Fish Pie by Martha Collison for seafood fan Dawn with garden peas while Nick pours a Waitrose Loved & Found Carignan blanc. Talk at the table turns to Dawn's love of hosting and her desire to be left alone in the kitchen, kids names and why a tortoise is the pet you never knew you wanted. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome one of the world’s favourite actors to Christmas dinner at Casa Grimshaw. Florence Pugh comes from a family of performers and cooks, so it’s no surprise that she has mastered both. Her first big role came in 2016, when she played Katherine in Lady Macbeth and by 2020 she was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress as Amy March in Little Women. In 2023 Florence starred in and exec produced A Good Person with Morgan Freeman and starred in Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer. In 2024 we will see her in the highly anticipated Dune 2. Florence loves food and has her own YouTube channel, Cooking with Flo, where her fans can watch her make her favourite meals. Angela has created a wonderful Christmas menu for Waitrose and you can find all the details and her tips and tricks in Waitrose Food magazine online or in store. Angela prepares a pear, Gorgonzola and red chicory salad to start, followed by roast turkey with rosemary, thyme and lemon butter with an apricot, sausage, sage and almond stuffing. On the side are all the trimmings: roast potatoes with confit garlic, spiced cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, Brussels sprouts with hazelnut pangrattato and orange and honey-glazed carrots. And they finish with Florence’s favourite dessert, tiramisu. Nick and Florence make cocktails to start and our trio enjoy a Fenaroli Pecorino Superiore and a Villa Antinori Rosso over dinner. The experts at Waitrose also recommend a Waitrose Champagne blanc de noir, which goes perfectly with this Christmas spread. Florence Pugh is the consummate Christmas dinner party guest, arriving with a gift and her slippers which she dons before dinner. Talk at the table turns to Christmas traditions in the Pugh household, why Florence finds bed scenes so challenging - and listen out for a hilarious hosting mishap from Nick Grimshaw. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose and Partners.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome the world’s number 1 chef to Dish HQ. Massimo Bottura hails from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, the nation’s food capital. A renowned restaurateur, hotelier and contemporary art aficionado, Massimo established Osteria Francescana, his three-Michelin-star restaurant in Modena, in 1995. The eatery was voted the world's best restaurant in 2016 and 2018 and features in the Netflix show, Chef’s Table. Massimo Bottura is highly respected for his innovative approach to Italian cuisine, combining tradition with modern techniques. He is an advocate of sustainability and established his non-profit organisation Food for Soul to combat hunger and reduce food waste. Massimo and his wife Lara have  co-written Slow Food Fast Cars, recipes and stories from Casa Maria Luigia, which is out now. Angela prepares a delicious miso pork ramen, which Massimo absolutely adores, and though our trio don’t indulge, the experts at Waitrose pair this meal with a Yering Station The Elms Pinot Noir. Conversation around the table includes the great story of how Massimo met Lara in New York for the first time, what staying in their exsquisite guesthouse Casa Maria Luigia is like and what he really thinks of Stanley Tucci. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome the UK’s favourite PE teacher to Dish HQ. The Body Coach began his career as a personal trainer in south-west London in 2012. Joe Wicks harnessed the power of social media and soon thousands of people were following his food and fitness content. During the Covid pandemic, he launched PE with Joe and live-streamed daily workouts for kids stuck at home, which became a global hit and raised money for the NHS. Joe was awarded a Guinness World Record for the most viewers of a fitness workout live-stream on YouTube, with more than 950,000 households tuning in on 24 March 2020. His new book Feel Good in 15: 15-minute Recipes, Workouts + Health Hacks is out now. Joe Wicks has Italian roots, so Angela cooks one of her crowd-pleasers. A spaghetti carbonara which Joe and Nick decide is the best they've ever tasted. Our trio talk about Joe’s childhood, his plans for Christmas and the food he just cannot abide over a bottle of Ara Single Vineyard Pinot Gris. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome a wine expert to Dish HQ. Helen McGinn is an award-winning author, drinks writer and TV wine presenter. Having cut her teeth as a supermarket wine buyer, she went on to found a blog, The Knackered Mother’s Wine Club, which has since become a best-selling book. Helen is the much-loved wine expert on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen and writes a monthly wine column for Waitrose Food Magazine. In this episode, Nick and Angela skip the main course and head straight to the cheese. Helen brings a selection of wine and cheese to the dish table to inspire you this festive season and starts with a bottle of fizz from South Africa, Graham Beck Chardonnay Pinot Noir Brut NV, which our trio tastes with a pecorino and a Cornish Cheese Co. Cornish Brie (available in-store at the Waitrose cheese counter). Next up is a white wine from Bordeaux, Dourthe Roqueblanche Sauvignon Blanc, which Helen pairs with the Clara goat’s cheese, also available at the in-store counter. To follow, a malbec rosé from Argentina goes perfectly with Highmoor, a washed rind cheese from Oxfordshire. Helen pours a red from South Africa, Reyneke Organic Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, which Nick and Angela try with a Godminster organic vintage cheddar. And finally, Helen recommends a sweet wine, Carte Or Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise NV, which she pairs with the No.1 Colston Bassett Stilton. Having enjoyed their cheese and wine tasting, Nick and Angela tuck into some of your questions: stay tuned for their TV snack choices, their most memorable meal with their partners and what they most admire about each other. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome a professional stargazer to Dish HQ. Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE is a renowned space and science educator and a prominent figure in the field of astronomy. She began watching the skies from her council flat in North London as a child and went on to study physics and mechanical engineering at Imperial College London. It is Maggie’s ambition to go to space one day and last year she was named a ‘Barbie Role Model’ for her work promoting science careers to girls. She became the co-host of the BBC’s The Sky at Night in 2007 succeeding Sir Patrick Moore. Her new book The Art of Stargazing is out now. Maggie is a big fan of bubbles so Nick kicks off proceedings with a bottle of the award-winning Waitrose Blueprint Prosecco DOC while Angela prepares Martha Collison’s delicious spiced lamb & plum tagine with a side of couscous. This conversation will take you to the moon and back, literally! Maggie talks about life on other planets, growing food on Mars and how her allergies to brazil nuts and dairy affect her life. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome their most anticipated guest so far to Dish HQ. Miriam Margolyes OBE is renowned for her acting career spanning over five decades, but it is her inimitable sense of humour that has earned her a special place in the hearts of audiences worldwide. Miriam was the voice of the Cadbury’s caramel bunny in 1990, won a BAFTA for her role in The Age of Innocence in 1994 and portrayed Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter franchise. Her autobiography, This Much is True, sold three million copies and her new book, Oh Miriam! Stories from an Extraordinary Life is out now. Though not a cook, Miriam absolutely loves food and tucks into Angela’s delicious sage and rosemary chicken stew with mash potato, followed by a tarte tatin, with gusto. This episode is a hilarious glimpse into the incredible life of Miriam Margolyes. She discusses her Vogue cover shoot, why she lives with housemates rather than her partner and what it was like having dinner in Sandringham. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome the UK’s favourite gardener to DISH HQ. Monty Don OBE is a horticulturist, broadcaster and writer. He made his TV debut on the gardening segment on This Morning, which led to further work with the BBC and Channel 4. In 2002, he was announced as the new lead presenter on Gardeners’ World, taking over from Alan Titchmarsh, and was the first self-taught horticulturist/presenter in the show's history. Monty has travelled the globe making programmes like Around the World in 80 Gardens and Monty Don’s Paradise Gardens, and presents the BBC coverage of The RHS Chelsea Flower Show. He has written many books on gardening, cooking and his beloved dogs. Angela prepares two delicious dishes by Diana Henry, Daube de Boeuf with a macaroni gratin for Monty, who loves to eat seasonal produce, and Nick pours a very special Californian wine, a  J Vineyards Russian River Pinot Noir. Around the table, our trio flick through Monty’s brand new book, The Gardening Book, which lays the perfect foundation to chat about their shared love of nature, seasonality and gardening recipes for any wannabe greenthumb. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome broadcasting royalty to DISH HQ. Kirsty Young began her career at BBC Radio Scotland. From there, she went into television news, presenting the flagship programmes on Channel 5 and ITV. In 2006, Kirsty was announced as Sue Lawley’s replacement on BBC Radio 4’s iconic show Desert Island Discs. Over a 12-year tenure, she interviewed the likes of David Beckham, David Attenborough and Dame Judi Dench. Kirsty Young also brought her inimitable style to coverage of William and Kate’s wedding in 2011 and the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in 2022. To the delight of the nation, Kirsty is back with a brand new podcast called Young Again, available now on BBC Sounds. Angela prepares a rich and hearty Lebanese-style lamb and aubergine stew for her friend and guest while Nick pours a Paolo Leo Primitivo di Manduria. They finish with a rich and buttery No.1 Crumble Top Mince Pie. Our trio talk about their love of mince pies (it’s never too early; see above), whether it is sacrilegious to have a Yorkshire pudding with a roast chicken, and more importantly, what they would tell their younger selves, if they could be young again. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome a TV and radio broadcaster to DISH HQ. Sara Cox is a proud northern lass from Bolton and began her career as a model in her teens. With the chops for more, Sara auditioned for The Girlie Show on Channel 4 and didn’t take no for an answer. From there, work on the wireless beckoned and she became the host of the Radio 1 Breakfast Show in the year 2000. Among other shows, Sara presented The Great Pottery Throw Down, which inspired her to write her debut novel Thrown. Sara presents Drivetime on Radio 2 and the new series of her book show, Between the Covers, starts on 6 November on BBC Two. Angela prepares Sara a dish by her friend Ravinder Bhogal - mackerel with a watermelon rojack - and the experts at Waitrose pair the meal with a Guigal Côtes du Rhône Rosé. Our threesome chat about the glory of a northern palate, Sara’s passion for horseriding and why Nick simply cannot be a guest on her book show. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome a BAFTA-nominated actor, writer and comedian to DISH HQ. Rose Matafeo was born in Auckland and began doing stand-up at 15. She moved to the UK in 2015 and three years later her debut show Horndog won the Best Comedy show award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Having conquered the stage, Rose turned her attention to TV writing and, while on a long-haul flight, created the super successful Starstruck with her best friend Alice Snedden. You can watch all three series now on BBC iPlayer. To celebrate the new Waitrose Japanese Menyū range, Angela prepares a delicious Japanese-inspired meal of edamame with chilli and garlic salt, followed by a recipe by chef, Yuki Gomi, marmalade pork belly with soy and ginger served on steam buns with a shredded quick pickled salad. Nick mixes a mizuwari, a Japanese whisky cocktail to open proceedings and Rose has an Asahi with her meal. Rose entertains Nick and Angela with stories of childhood dinners in New Zealand and her passion for rom coms. And we find out why fellow comedian and friend, Nish Kumar, may be off her Christmas card list. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome two chefs to DISH HQ Richard Corrigan is an Irish chef and restaurateur who has had an illustrious career in food. Over the years he has gained Michelin stars and cooked for the Queen and Barack Obama. He runs four restaurants in London - Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill, Corrigan’s Mayfair and Daffodil Mulligan - and has recently opened The Portrait Restaurant atop the National Portrait Gallery. Richard has won Great British Menu three times and is a regular judge on the BBC series. Valentine Warner is a cook and food writer. He began his career in food at the Halcyon restaurant in London, working under chefs like Alastair Little and Rose Carrarini before starting his own catering company. He has written several books and his most recent, The Consolation of Food, was released in 2020. These days, Val spends a lot of time at Kitchen On The Edge, an extraordinary food adventure set above the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten Islands. Angela delights in cooking for her old friends, preparing Pappardelle with fennel & sausage ragu for Richard and Valentine, who are big pork fans, while Nick pours a Luigi Bosca de Sangre available online at Waitrose Cellar. This episode feels like we have a seat the chef's table. Angela, Valentine and Richard have seen it all when it comes to food. They share stories about culinary trips to Norway, tips on how to make the best brown bread - and listen out for Val’s ill-fated visit to Kensington Palace. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick and Angela welcome a comedian and podcaster to DISH HQ. Joanne McNally has been touring her record-breaking stand up show The Prosecco Express for the last two years and is about to embark on the US leg of the tour. It’s clear her star is on the rise as Variety has recently named her one of their Top 10 comedians to watch in 2023. When she’s not on stage, Joanne co-hosts her super successful podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me with Vogue Williams which is coming to a venue near you soon.  As a travelling comic, Joanne likes to keep things simple when it comes to food, so Angela pimps one of her favourites, a perfect roast chicken sandwich while Nick conducts a very fun wine tasting with our guest sommelier. The pair sample a French Picpoul de pinet les canots and an Italian Eccelsa Vermentino chosen by the experts at Waitrose. Around the table, talk turns to the best service station in the UK, Vogue and Spencer versus the Beckhams and why Joanne's stand up show broke records the London Palladium. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can’t all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to dish@waitrose.co.uk and she’ll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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rosemary.dawson@ymail.com

this show is just so funny. I love it

Apr 4th
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Vicki Garner

just love this podcast please get Jane's Acaster , Romesh Ranganatha and Tob Beckett on here PLEASSSSEEEE XXX

Sep 8th
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Vicki Garner

arrh I'd have to say I dislike wine but love a mulled wine as I love perfumed drinks...I love chai tea 🍵, loving this episode

Aug 21st
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Vicki Garner

I love this episode... FYI, Bristolions use the word Gurt' as is gurt lush lol 😆. I live in Bristol, but I am not Bristolion 😅😅

Aug 21st
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H ES

brilliant

Nov 27th
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Hayley Hammond

bloody brilliant show

Nov 10th
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Sophie Cooper

What an absolute gorgeous trio to sit down and eat a meal. Just wish I was invited. Love this show ❤️

Nov 8th
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Ruth E

this is only episode listened to so maybe unfair to judge. thought I liked Grace and Angela but came away from podcast thinking less of them. So do not want to waste time listening to other episodes! Home Cooking podcast on the other hand engaging informative addictive...though know little of hosts.

Oct 1st
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Hayley Hammond

brilliant

Sep 7th
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