BBC Good Food podcast with Tom Kerridge – the world's most hated foods
Tune into our new podcast series with chef and BBC presenter, Tom Kerridge, as he discusses polarising flavours and clever ingredient swaps.
BBC Good Food podcast with Tom Kerridge
This week, renowned chef Tom Kerridge chats about the foods he can’t stand. Discover the nations most unpopular ingredients and unliked dishes.
Not a fan of coriander, olives or sprouts? Discover what alternatives you can use with Tom's ideas.
Discover lamb biryani, peanut butter chicken curry, classic bread & butter pudding and more with our Tom Kerridge recipes.
Episode 2 – the world's most hated foods
Let’s cook together: Asparagus and pea risotto | BBC Good Food podcast with Tom Kerridge on Spotify
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BBC Good Food contributing editor Tom Kerridge is a BBC presenter and chef-owner of The Hand & Flowers, The Coach and The Butcher’s Tap in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, as well as Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at the Corinthia Hotel, London. His latest book, Fresh Start, is out now. See Tom at the BBC Good Food Show, cook his monthly menu in the magazine, and follow him on on Twitter. Listen to the new BBC Good Food Podcast with Tom Kerridge available on Acast, Spotify, iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts.
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