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S15 Ep 16: Noel Gallagher
Mum was over the moon this week to be joined by fellow Mancunian and music legend Noel Gallagher for a spot of brunch ahead of the release of his new album 'Council Skies'. Mum and Noel got on like a house on fire sharing all their tales from up north. Noel shared a few vital revelations; that he always drinks tea with goats milk, he’s only ever had one driving lesson, he didn’t try a boiled egg until he turned 30 (!!), and his favourite weekend of the year is getting pissed and watching the Eurovision Song Contest! Noel’s band High Flying Birds are on tour around the UK through July, August, and December. Can’t wait to see the show Noel, tickets are available now x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
S15 Ep 15: Jake Shears
Ahead of the release of his epic new album 'Last Man Dancing’ this Friday, we have the one and only Jake Shears joining us for a spot of dinner. Mum served up a delicious healthy turbot and samphire for main with poached pears for pud. Jake was utterly charming, he told us all about the various places he lived while growing up, including the island his family moved to off the coast of Seattle where it's inhabited by foot long Banana Slugs (Google it, they’re gross!), the beautiful and moving story of his best friend who inspired the hit song ‘Mary’, and drinking the mysterious ‘magic tonic’ purple drinks with the locals on Bourbon Street in his second home of New Orleans - a must do apparently! Jake we absolutely LOVE your fabulous new album, can’t wait to have you round for Friday night chicken soup again soon! x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
S15 Ep 14: Marina Hyde
As avid followers of her column, mum & I were very excited about this weeks guest, the wonderful Marina Hyde.Marina talks to us about her upbringing and experience of boarding school, her love of schnitzel, deliberately not making friends with politicians, living in Notting Hill & her penchant for penny sweets.What a glorious evening! Her hysterical book ‘What Just Happened? Dispatches from Turbulent Times’ is out now, go and have a read. Listen to the episode HERE x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
S15 Ep 13: Alison Roman
Our cooking inspiration… Alison Roman on Table Manners this week! The two time bestselling author and New York Times cooking columnist talks to us about her journey on becoming the queen of home cooking! We talk about why she moved to New York, starting out as a pastry chef, eating artichokes in California, her mum's Garlic Butter, the reason she’ll never open a restaurant and why Balsamic is over…She talks us through her perfect and quite literal ‘nothing fancy’ last supper & tells us why she doesn’t read cook books.Buckle up foodies.. this is a goodun!Alison’s latest and totally delicious book ‘Sweet Enough’ is out now Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
S15 Ep 12: Alison Goldfrapp
Ahead of the release of her debut solo album 'The Love Invention' this Friday, we have the fabulous icon Alison Goldfrapp joining us for a spot of Ottolenghi inspired dinner. Alison told us all about her mum's home made liver & mash being a regular staple in their household while growing up, her years at a convent school where she found her musical talents, and she even sold us on her absolute favourite drink, Nettle tea! With her upcoming show at Glastonbury we chatted about Alison’s plans to take on glamping at the festival this year - you can’t beat the shag pile rug Alison!We absolutely adore you Alison, thank you for popping round to Clapham, and best of luck with your wonderful new album! x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and everything in between, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed.