This week, I’m cutting two stories for the delicious. magazine July podcast, and pondering on the nature of journalism in 2017. In many ways, it’s the same as it ever was; you find a story, and record the people with the tale to tell. Recording might be short hand (never did that), a camera or recording device of some sort, or notes in scrawly hand that you can barely read…View Post
Thoughts beyond the podcast as I meet some of the most interesting people in the world of food and drink.
It’s been a while, I know. I blame WordPress for locking me out, but really it’s just that I’ve been busy. Since my last post in July when I was knee-deep in my next book, ‘Taste and the TV Chef’ (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018), I’ve become a full time podcast producer, with the most glorious portfolio a food journalist and food media academic could wish for. It started with an interview…View Post
Rome, the city where civilisation was born, where the past is its present and its future and where the people who live here tear their hair out with the frustration of living a city of ruins. Ok, that’s harsh, but after five days of working with some of the best cooks and chefs in the city and with Gustolab, the only food studies institute in Italy to host scores of…View Post