FREE TICKETS are now available for the Bristol recording of The Kitchen Cabinet – BBC Radio 4’s “culinary panel show aimed at anyone who cooks, not just the experts”.
Taking place on the evening of Thursday, June 28th, “the show is witty, fast-moving, and irreverent, but packed full of information that may well change the way you think about cooking. You’ll have the opportunity to ask anything and everything to do with food and cookery, and enjoy plenty of good-humoured conversation.”
The recording is taking place on Bristol’s harbourside, and ties in with the Grillstock Festival that will be taking place the following weekend.
Hosted by none other than Jay Rayner, the show’s panel features some great foodie names, namely:
- Peter Barham – food scientist who is a consultant for both Heston Blumenthal and Noma
- Tim Hayward – food writer, broadcaster and photographer
- Rachel McCormack – Scottish cook who is also an expert on Catalan cooking
- Allegra McEvedy – chef, food writer and regular on Radio 4’s Loose Ends
Tickets are free, but availability is limited – and tickets will be issued at random from all entries. To apply for tickets, visit The Kitchen Cabinet’s website and submit your details. And to get an idea of what to expect, you can listen to the first series on iPlayer here!