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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Then how to cook a basic cooking just very simple. Just give them ten basic recipes and that's food for life. Yeah so have you seen any good examples at. Niamey duncan from chefs in schools. On on the podcast a few weeks ago chatting about them trying to get sort of unite proper food protest because quite often schools have got chefs. And they won't you know they don't want to open a packet and heats up we just want them to use in real whole foods in your journey of you seen any sort of transformational approaches or places where we can go and go. There's a really good template. let's pick up. It seems that you know jamie's obviously looked into this in the government. I know henry dimbleby's now looking at the sort of you know the country's food sourcing and cultural little its tunnel problem..

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"But it leads it. Did it lead to improvement. Fresh foods being introduced in schools. But maybe not so much focus on the education and then about six or seven years ago. Our chair henry dimbleby cairo. The school food cotton which led to amongst other things. See introduction of things that you invested. Preschool will out who Younger children in primary schools. Get completely free school meal it. Let's get getting rid of this kind of nutrition me by sway of creating menu which was very and technical base acumen that chefs had to tight menu into a computer system to work out the precise bannon suf- macro micronutrients and was kind of sucking innovation out souvenir development and it also led to school cooking in schools. Being put back on the curriculum is a requirement children up to key stage three so just when entering secondary school have to included about cooking. suites Gone on a journey. And i i would be lying if i saw him today and said oh everything's terrible in every everywhere assist doing beige boring food. But i guess we think this still too many schools. Not -cially despite the improvements. There is a kind of emphasis on in kitchens. Kind of pocket mixes and beige food. Being served up the council on counters and feeding in costumes the not being tour to tool or when it is to being around kind of things like cakes and trade bikes and make a basic free solid and not really giving kids the skills when they leave schools to be able to cook properly for themselves. So yeah i think. I think that's probably where we all have been. Big improvements has been trailblazers. Come before and we just kind of now coming in and saying actually they're always doing things differently. Still that can make even better. Yeah okay makes sense. I guess a lot of this as well. You know so thinking about as you were chatting is that this move to sort of over processed food and the type of food that was in schools was really just reflecting what was going on out screens as well as you get. Forty fifty s. Everybody was making fresh. Fade was there wasn't really processed food. Food was made in fact resources towards schools just sort of ran in parallel and hopefully the same thing is happening But i guess it's happening nations in. Some people are becoming increasingly sensitive about whether food comes from. And whether whether it's fresh whether it's process whole foods whether it's will ganic but at the same time there is still a lot of shit out there as well as the excuse my french. What is the sort of the health side of you've got this policy side of is while so i think i was reading the one point. Three million kids today qualify for free school meals but it's full million children potentially living in food insecure households. What does that mean. What's your understanding around the sort of the welfare and unpublicized food. I think i think the to kind of inextricably linked right because she needs to the areas with the highest levels ashamed economic deprivation and you find that levels of childhood obesity on should offer higher than anywhere else in the poorest areas when three kids leaving primary school i pace and you compare that across..

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"But it isn't. It's not naturally a British. Way of looking at Food I. Saying I think it's very much kind of if you guys know training, it's united they are all about. Produce in even down to your home cook united wanting to things come from you know with the bulk extol holder in that kind of thing that's that mentality comes from and it's been. I think it's interesting because I think though is the case now in a lot of restaurants and it's probably not. Restaurants as well. It'd be particularly maybe the sort of the growth of the. Casual dining acceptable or or maybe they pretend to be but I know Henry Dimbleby's come out today with is sort of national fat food strategy and there was a couple of bits in there that really stood out one and you mentioned actually just now with with Sicily and how long people spend dining, but it's so shocking statistic that is something like two and a half to three hours a day eating in in in sort of your continental Europe, and then it was someone like an hour and fifteen minutes in Britain so. The restaurants have gone. That way still feels that we've got this. Did this connect home still wear them. Yeah. Yeah. Hundred I. mean, it's just. Not. Smoking. That's not really GonNa Change. You know what? I mean wait wait. Seventy factors involved in it. I mean the facts about tate cigarettes example saying halt, right so unique take time doing things most likely wears here. There's the climate is also set into effect since the effects kind of how racks around food around other life activitists. But? But yeah, I mean I, think Especially, slightly we all heading. Up in a positive direction on from. I think about the White Scott. Yeah they'll have a lot of compensations to producers of food. So not not just sort of the operator end I guess but you know the the farmers and Hidenao Bee keepers all sorts of stuff and in fact, I was chatting to guy from rural. GANNEX. A few weeks ago and he thinks it's probably getting better and worse at the same time it's clear. A lot of people that are starting to recognize the kind of the the the impact of modern agriculture on the environment and how what is so important. Ponente the law paper with just. Driven by price I. Guess that's been the slightly depressing. Inappropriately oversupply restaurants spies in the two years that's not always being called the end of the market for. This isn't this. Totally generalise if I think we also liked the idea of an old mole than the actual doing of it. Do you never want to main I? Think Way that kind of token the total right but I think come. But ultimately, we've. got. This. Streak lights convenience fascinating living in London, united site fast and. That kind of thing. So I think I I think we it's kind of not natural to some..

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Same cows you know little things like that was was great making pasta using using things that would normally go in the ben but yet make lovely stunning stunning dishes with them. Such. Great. Something is the thing where I love ensued as the team and when I made ugly butterfly, it was it was a whole other ball game you had to think extra but in terms of sustainability the group, how'd you become sustainable delays? The whole vegetable to utilize the whole the whole animal do you do responsible so saying yes, sure. But that's not how you become sustainable. How you've come sustainable is you teach if you do not teach, you do not know puffing example is everyone would been cauliflower leaves or Broccoli stokes because their parents had my mom had I'd always been missile then you know. Utilizing stuff that you've always throwing away, but you've always had it you you've always done it. So that's how it should be done. So creating things like a Caesar, Salad made with Bradley Salts where you've been these sites on a mandolin instead of using cost lettuce and then you make he's addressing and all that sort of stuff in the crunch the water content is delicious utilizing things that you would always throw away in a more methodical smart away but only doing it because you get toilets. So in Butterfly Enough Jeff Zone have students because a chef would come in with a with a mind does I've always done it like this. So I'm continuing. sponges what ones that really care about sustainability anew, eating off the land for eating everything am seeing that little that will cause working, and then they then come to the door on board with you to you and say, well, how you've done this we can do this. We can do that you know growing mushrooms and all the ground coffee. So yeah, you you have like a pillow case finished with the coffee hung in the wine cellar Nova Sunny mushrooms growing. But you plan to dispose you moshing growing on it. Okay. Prospect you mushrooms on yesterday's breads sold the bread. That's see made cut in half olive oil in the oven rubbing garlic roasted below the mushrooms that you've just grown with the coffee not things like that. So all of the packaging that we have in our group and everything from Amos recycled or by fighting way to it's is all that sort of stuff and it's just thinking about the bigger picture. You have to care about. You do you make it so much more exciting than a lot of people I suppose it just go and little bow on on the side we should probably give a shit about the environment. So at that all sounds phenomenal and I can see it as a release of your creativity. You think we have an obligation as a sector. Henry Dimbleby came out this week with a sort of look into the food supply chain and and and it's been sort of set to agriculture's probably one of the top three biggest impacts on the environment. Also people change into sort of you know either flex a -tarian more plant-based. Impact of what we? Were among wearing food and drink, and we probably understand the supply chain and we understand food better than anybody else. Do you think the waste of have a moral obligation to educate and help teach people about where food comes from what you think we should just sell what the customer wants to buy..

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Food for Thought

"Real truth behind meet on whether it's time for us all to stop eating it. Hello Tanya alone nights to be with you. Know, it's an absolute pleasure to have you on and to discuss such a ever evolving conversation I suppose because. I mean meet his debated heavily at the moment it seems to be in the media all the time. That is good that it's not good and if we're nutritionally looking at it, red meat is such a good source of protein in. So many ever micronutrients isn't it? So what exactly is within it that people are saying causes harm. Okay. So those are some of the great benefits that can be had from easing some mission the died the problem is that we too much in that's having dramatic impacts, not only on our health on knives and the economy. Through ill health, but also on our planet to but I really think before we focus on me we need to just put this into context of food itself because food is a single strong as lever to actually optimize our health and the environmental sustainability on earth. But the food that we are eighteen currently threatening boats over our selves and our planet and the unhealthy diets. Now pose a greater risk to our ill health and jets much greater than on safe sex alcohol drugs and tobacco combined. So it's huge. It's a huge issue we need radical transformation. While I when you put it like that I'm sure that's kind of a shocking stop full missed most of our listeners. Because if we do go back in time that, let's go back in history and millions of years ago when if we all going back to obviously the subject of meat because that's the episode in general but of course, our overall diet humans eight very different to what they know didn't mean even the role of meat then is different to how it is now. Yes I mean we've evolved as omnivores meaning this species of always actually Asian, and both plants an animal origins, and we've got that Dacian, right back to glacial periods. So humans hunted and killed animals for meat, and since that time gave is tremendous advantages because it's nutritionally dense. It's got a lot of new chance in a small CH it. We use less energy media justice than pump fruits, for example. So it's race advantages, but domestication of animals came in on. That was pretty good because even back, you know before the twentieth century, we had great diversity in our diet in many many plants and it's really only in the last twenty five fifty years. meet has become a bone of contention ratio politically culturally and otherwise and renounced answer your earlier question and process me toughest single biggest impact on the environment and of any type food, and they are the biggest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation bio-diversity, awesome solution as well as land and water use. So they're very M. resort intensive but we over time I suppose have particularly recently as society has got richer. At where meat is kind of you know traditionally, we've had it whenever we celebrate something it's it's across. Cultures across the word that we we would have me but advocate Richard, we have more of us. And the highest May. Chichi countries would be Australia. Europe, Canada. For example and the last fifty years we've had intensive farming hunting offensive. Desire, we're. We're actually over consuming what we need. Yes. If we touch on the fact that society has changed and we're almost so lucky. We are incredibly lucky if anybody listening is in a position in the UK where we can choose the food, we put on the table weekly. We have a surplus of so many different varieties of food whereas of course back then many many years ago it was wouldn't have brady work like that. As well as you mentioned the red impress me contributing more towards ill health in general. Do you feel about a message that is is cutting through people taking that seriously. It's interesting when you look at the Daesh, I think over the last fifty years you see us in certainly in developed countries us, you know who are consuming most of them each you see a stagnation of the meat take and you see a slight reduction happening, but it's not very significant. We also know that. The younger generation are. Turning Gracia interest towards the environment racer interest in animal welfare, we see a rise in veganism coming. So there are estimates. Half the population will be following more of Effects Terry dive by twenty, twenty five. So it's kind of like watch this space. I'm very positive about the movement that's happening, but that's not to say. That we become Vegan or vegetarian because a message that's really coming out is we need to eat less leash. You don't have to caution answering your diet and I think that's really good things for for many people. I couldn't agree more what one thing that we like to always reiterate on the food for thought podcast is that we place no judgment. No. No bias we just want everybody to enjoy their food and have an informed choice. I think rather than stating that they should or shouldn't be doing something. It's just just knowing that every food is there for you to enjoy. It's just how much and how often and Understand more about where it's coming from the impact it has on your body because. I think for a lot of people out there. If if we look at supermarkets and fast food chains, a lot of them can often meet at incredibly low prices and that does make it of course affordable but. Do you think that's happening impact on the population eating perhaps more more of a set tonight in Bombay need. It's interesting. I think the whole structure around retail and reproduction has that make it as cheap as possible. Let's pilot and let Selah on volume. That's not gonNa work anymore, and we have to get away from us. And even the guys that are putting together the new national food strategy for the UK amateurs, which is led by Henry Dimbleby who's had on restaurants and setup the school plan that they recently met to discuss defense rushing, which is not yet out and one of the key messages that cash was we cannot which you know would use the cost of we can't do that anymore because that actually Kohl's is a lot of the problem..

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Disinformation category because if you go to the report, it says. If that advertising is displaced, which we expect it to be to other places. It would only make that tiny difference. Well, yes but we have been it wouldn't it be good if we could stop it being displaced, just stop it altogether. Obviously the coming up against resistance from big industries. But if the government stick to these points, how effective would it be or is it pretty small fry? off think it's taught tell how effective these measures are I think they're really welcome and it is a real shift that the Conservatives taking it on. This. The moment, there's an absence of joined up thinking that still troubling and I think we'll get in the way of being of them being as effective as you would hope to give you a couple of examples. So with trying to get the economy going the chancellor has come up with this scheme to give people a sub stiff eating out. So on the one hand, you get substantive it going go out. And you can eat out at a fast southern fried chicken place and get money off which completely in contradiction to that aims on the Beastie, not just a southern Fried Chicken McDonald's Burger King Pizza Hut. All sorts of big brand names the the other problem the government's got is that it's a brexit government and its main strategy on getting out of Europe was too quick trade deals with places like the US. and. What the US is interested in in a trade deal from us, opening up our market to its agricultural products, which the EU has quite successfully kept out in many cases, and that means more of the sort of foods that were saying are not good for you. It means more core and more sawyer more cheap meat produce very intensively using their substate crops as feed. So there's a sort of mismatch between different bits of the. Government's thinking on how it runs the economy and how it helps Britain thrive the government commissioned Henry Dimbleby to come up with a national food strategy which trying to more joined up thinking on what we need to do in terms of climate and food security to make sure we've got enough. But also what sort of food we warmed and that's very welcome whether it will actually be taken on board will be very interesting to watch. What you're essentially saying is that strategy would make a potential stop the. Covert has lifted the lead on the dangers of processed food that frankly we have known about the decades but. We're talking about a huge shift in the way we as a country eight shift the as you say, began in the eighties but has since totally transformed what we have in supermarkets what we eat in restaurants, how we think about nutrition and it's ushered in this new age of ultra processed food surely to reverse that needs something much much bigger. It does needs to be much bigger. It needs everything old. How we run. The economic system. which is a big ask but I think the other thing that covered sadness that. All. The previous assumptions about things that were impossible have gone out the window I mean we have had enormous state intervention we have had. Things that make it seem possible to tackle this and climate change. We've had people in Holtom flights that it's something that needs. Hugely, disip and vision of a different world that is possible I think the other hang onto is this kind of food is really only fifty years old maximum we never in all the Millennia of human development. It is a blip and I think it is perfectly possible that it it can be completely changed. Because there's not really an alternative the cost of not doing anything are too high. The question is whether it's done in a managed way. Whether it gets to the point where the health services overwhelmed by late related disease. All we have crisis with food security that drives more and more migration could have. Very disruptive disturbed ways of changing the system or with luck somebody with vision to think for things differently. Lawrence. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. That was the Guardian special correspondent Felicity Lawrence who has written analysis of the obesity strategy. At The Guardian Dot, com do have a look as well as a comment piece by our health editor, Sarah Bosley and from Patrick Butler, a write up of Henry Dimbleby's national food strategy that was also published. This week felicity has been investigating the food industry for. Many years, you can find lots of her work on the website, but she's also written books. I'd really recommend not on the label what really goes into the food on your plate. That's it. For today this episode was produced by list of Kassian, sound design was by Nicholas Cox the executive producers off Phil may not and Nicole Jackson we'll be back.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"I'm standing in a space tomorrow. The landlord wants me to make an offer on the West End. And I think you know, until we standing there can't deliver ski more plan. And even if we do we only do half with that way. And we'll Joe Joe. Now, I've never spoken somebody about that. But I think it's fascinating. I always say the same we've never wrote out a concert with what we do for me every design is specific to the venue. And I've worked with designers by always think unless you can stand in a space, and I've had people sort of sketch out stuff and say, oh, could you come into this building and stuff like that? And it says, I think you just need to stand it and see how it feels so much of hospital is a feeling. It's not get good drinks loads of places you can go good food, but it doesn't always feel amazing which is a bit of a segue to industry fees, because also you could have stopped with boughs, you will bloody good at them yet. There's amazing reputation. They were successful. What was the calling to get into street because this is how many jobs in the same sect of it. They feel very different. What was the trigger? That was a bit of accident design again, I think, around two thousand eleven there was the beginnings of street food seed in east London. I really, you know. Latched onto it and love, what's going on with young born and lucky chip and pick you and these brands and just thought these are great. This is exceptional food served quickly and cheaply in, you know, in these kind of mobile kitchen environments, and, and the people behind them, you know, Lisa young boom, band look chip in the guys up brilliant individuals who are just trying to do something that nobody had done before, do something in this new way. And. Running group of balls at the time we would often struggle to get so into our kitchens, do anything. So my business though it was, you know, make I can help these guys get inside if they want to do that, and they can help me with my food problem because, you know, eighty percent ninety seven what we sell his drinks and the kitchen is often just a headache. And so I was immediately interested in that Twitter was just started happened at the time, and I wanted to help these, these sort of fledgling businesses market themselves become something. So we create this these kind of light events where we, we bring people down. And I provide a load of cheap beer or a load of free drinks or a load of we used to milk, it on me three pound for a pint of Mahyco on the south Bank at pick, you know, all the money raised went to buy new smoker and stuff. Just really excited events in life bans there. And look at five thousand people to know within the first one I did was look chip in new Broadway market, and we did it on a Sunday. And thank God, who was Sonny because that'd been tweeting that I got this. I literally bore bathtub filled with ice. Mosaic wine Red Stripe, beer, said anyone buying a burger from looking chip. It's free beer, free wine in all the time you could do a couple of tweets or ninety five people to end up and there's a massive success. And I just thought, well, this is. Really powerful medium for getting the word out. But it's only getting the word out to people want something cheap or for free. So the next stage of that was saying, if I could use that digital medium to sell tickets to an event. So we came with these ideas of these food fights with I was a chilly standoff. We've got ten chefs restaurants. It's a create their best version of a chilly. And then you bought for twenty quid thirty quid a common. But you've got to try ten shoes, and you vote the win and they get in, they win two thousand quid and that led to tackle wars in Jin stock on room stock in a few of their events that, that father, these kind of under the food, vile umbrella. And that was a really great success. It's sold sold out in Brigstocke with sold out in four minutes. I think it's easy to send out a tweet through booths, but it's a good name, and it could be a branding, and then get some great names involved and at the time again, there's another zeitgeist you know, there was a new food happening in this surliness powerful on the niece Linden. And that's where I am at people at Richard. Turner and Stevie Paul and skin and call clock and all these guys in jokey from the facto canoe so many people that kind of met these events, and I met, and you just you don't think this is great. We want to gain to Korean food. We want to find out about, you know, wherever, you know, the next thing is wherever we've not experienced before and. It was a really exciting time to be doing stuff like that. And I remember one summer working with a guy called Adam late in his Nashville Adam on Twitter. And now running the marketing side honest, burgers, we did. I think that six events over seven weekends in Hankinson at the St. fy site, we did like a Bon at party with kissy. We did a back yard barbecue. Wouldn't you know, keg party? We did Jin stock. We did tackle wars. We did have we did sit rip stop with six events in seven weekends. I don't know how from my kitchen Sabe would have an office then. And we just sat and said, what can we do? We need some, some ideas, some food events. What should we do? We came up with these ideas with a graphic designer rings around. Some chefs start the word and set that set the ball rolling, and they just happened, and they were really everyone joined in, you know, people like James low from Lyles coming into competing it. You know, join these great chefs at the time we've now go fantast. Restaurants. I remember the guys from clove club. Joanie down the two front of house guys. They wouldn't run stock which which we did in two thousand twelve and the car park behind. Jimmy, Elvis fifteen restroom, and they went with Mike Sega good wild. And, you know, the time and they didn't have the cloth then they didn't have my say the wild, and they just they met, and they ended up winning run stock. And I think they got sued Brando three and a half. And if there is a great that was a brilliant, Sunday, let me just like a really special couple years, and my Don coups, Latigo, who's the founder of St. faced. Had started. I think it started just on brick lane alas the couple of weekends there before he got moved along, because it was kind of like a food, equally a nomadic street food circus. So they pop up, get the deck's out the food on own Abar enough. They go until he got moved on by the counselor time, and he found a nice home in dolphin at the at the Dawson yard side. It became on the big street fee site, and I used to live about four hundred yards away, and it's said go, there, my kids on, on a Friday and just absolutely love it. Ben Spalding was cooking there. He was doing brilliant things. With is stripped concepts. And I remember thinking this is brilliant. I think the bar could be better. Don't realize the DJ that much, but domes vision is fucking exceptional and is really onto some. They just loved it. I just used to go all the time. This is a customer and. I remember the end of that. So the similarly just in about nine weekends and went to seven of them on a Dina street back every night been there, even didn't know what was going to do next. I think he then found a site. Which became merchant yard in Haggas STAN, but he didn't have enough money to get it going. And he said, lo do you want to get involved? It's going to cost about twenty five grand reckon. Maybe bit more costly more, and I thought, yes, a book, I really want to get involved in making the boss bets, if we can have gone idea for this space of their tune into Jin stall, and I think she was selling more of these some of the food could be better know these guys do tackles the that's those guys ankles. I call this guy just pizzas brilliant ads met all these people, and can we get Lookie chip in and can we and how about we do this? It was just a really creative paired with him. And we owned. Streep is merging yard and Agostan. I think that was kind of may two thousand thirteen and I remember realizing we're onto something when Don came in one Friday evening, and he's the second Friday, the first Friday we opened he said, I've just golfed the overground we've got five carriages. He said was absolutely packed to the train. Stop to Haggas Ston and literally everyone off five thirty six o'clock, and they were all coming to St. faced and there's a Tesco ATM across the road, and there's like a line of about hundred people, and he's, like, four people queuing around the block come to Murcia, and he was just brilliant. And that was a lot of people coming together to do really cool things the guys doing the domino, Histov and do not Bobbitt's Ben Spalding during the strip by thing. And it was just really, really. And then, so for those who've not been then to Donald because again, you said you make Saturdays and I'm sure we'll be in the city and all of those people who were in the city. And, and the proximity of the makes it easier to get these people all under one roof. And I've, I've been to diner armone, and it's an amazing again when you talk about how a space feels is incredible. And how and how on earth it was designed gotten idea because it looks like a mishmash of so many different things but fails, incredible for people who've who've not been can you just paint a picture of what these places are like, why they're so different issue really hard. If I want to meet people for the first time and say, what did you do said on this thing called Streep is Wall Street food night markets and go, we have know try and describe, I really have to just show them a picture. That's usually get and they go. Wow. 'cause some great pictures of diner almost great pictures of hawk house, but. Diner on. How do I describe it? I mean we've go, we took over a twelve thousand square foot, former car park, which has big iron fencing around it, it was used for bullying trucks, and it's rotten grace street and shortage had no power, no water. It's user generate in a giant water. But when we first died there, and we Ridgely intended to open that two nights a week for four months in the spring, and summer and that was going to be completely empty. When you go to completely there's nothing in there. It's all doll found the side. We did the deal. Henry Dimbleby, join the business by, then I was working with his, and he sought out the planning, which is a miracle, and we got license for thousand capacity venue, in shortage, right on the edge of the special policy areas of this kind of, like exclusion zone of new licenses and we couldn't believe at the time. And thank God, we did because it's been a brilliant thing. Rosen at the brilliant thing for our traders and lot of small business were that we've create so many jobs for young local Londoners, and it's just been an all round success..

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"These are your business news stories this morning finance data watchdogs are looking into issues at esp that's after they were left with online customers unable to access money and some able to see other people's accounts your they've launched an in depth investigation into apple's proposed takeover of the tech giant's announced in december that it was buying the music recognition up which was developed here in the united kingdom and also a deal which is brought the express the star the mirror newspapers together under one owner that cafes government intervention the culture secretary says he's considering looking at trinity mirror or reach their now known the purchase of some of richard desmond's obligations today those are the big business news stories of the day and in the studio with ms henry dimbleby's cofounder of leeann restaurants is also set up this new charity chefs in schools which we've been talking about also he's been looking through the papers near woodford eastern a little bit of a hit us yes so neil woodford runs the patient capital trust which had invested in a company called profit which had been developing a drug for very rare disease his name attempt to pronounce and they come up with these names it was so difficult why didn't they did come up with the name of the drug that just tells you what it does but but anyway so this drug niyad zero zero one i think is probably how you pronounce it has been withdrawn from trials as a result the company has lost seventy percent of its share price mr woodford fund is down thirty percent that's always done at twelve percent and this is really interesting thing i think this is one of if you look at slow stories and quick story to the quick stories the ones that just you know we see every day this is about this mice important story i think in.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Good morning breakfast with aj's max with you till half past six in a few moments will say good morning tannery dimbleby who's been looking through the paper so arguably you don't have to i holler before then let's just have a look at the front pages for your city am bishopsgate bombing twentyfive years only got some pictures of never seen before footage it's quite extraordinary the devastation and certainly if you lived in london and worked in london as i did still do actually but as i did at the time it's it's still brings back extraordinaire memories of that particular occasion the financial times leads with may declare memorial day for lawrence but also us ins at easing roussel sanctions if putin linked only gawk sells out also capital in the companies a markets capital raises seven hundred million pounds for that turnaround plan times leads with rudd vowels a change of culture a migration that's nothing to do with my producer who you my may not know is called rudyard anyway ambuhl rod they're talking about there but also three and ease eaten offer william the warrior they've got a picture of course of the royal baby on the front page of the times the sun however there's more pronounced eight pounds seven ounces prince's bone on patron saint's day and father's birthday oh how exciting cry for mummy england nonsense headline daily mail his first royal wave really daily express prince william perfectly captures lifelong reality apparent thrice the worry now who talks like that of the prince william royal baby bullies souvenir edition daily express a sixty feet money wellspent royal arrival buckingham palace announced his duchess of cambridge has given birth through bad boy daily mirror funny enough there their triple crown wills and kate they're not so not so complimentary about amber rudd the daily telegraph has a full page picture of of kate and new child the guardian uk citizen citizenship for windros generation on one half of the paper and a picture of william and kate and the new child on the other and there's this glorious sixteen page souvenir from the daily mail oh how lovely good morning henry dimbleby co founder of leeann good morning how are you this morning.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Just cooking great food for kids henry the point not that point drives me nuts out so you you've got we've got a massive problem with food related illness in this country timber pounds and national i've spent hills part of the solution for that is improving the culture improving the cooking and that is not kind of middleclass concern you need those skills to turn it around i think that what would you say it will be seen as smoking was ten years ago put a freighter actually on on our twitter will i want to ask henry white fifty years ago school roads potatoes warriors it impossible not to make them like we did are you still asking my mom and she never could were maybe it's your mom potatoes yes sunfire actually that may well be the lesson of the last five minutes is everyone should go to gay community school in hackney where nicole pisani is the head chef thanking cohen henry dimbleby as well and as the sport her good morning lance armstrong won the tour de france seven times but he was banned for life for six years was banned for life six years ago for using performance enhancing drugs overnight it's been revealed that he'll pay the us government three point five million pounds following a lawsuit well our sports editor dan ronan joins us done good morning so the background it centers on the team armstrong was writing for that's right gary yes that the prospect of losing his considerable fortune has loomed over armstrong since this legal battle began back in twenty ten when he's former teammate floyd landis launched a lawsuit in two thousand twelve after an investigation by the us anti doping authorities armstrong and some of his teammates were found to have doped he was then stripped as you say of his record seven toda franz titles and then in two thousand thirteen he finally confessed that he had cheated the government then chose to join the land is lawsuit with former sponsors the us postal service claiming that it would not have backed armstrong's team if it had known about his cheating but he and his lawyer is always.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"For a huge period of time not just doing theresa may's time in fairness at the home office we have not maintained a proper border system we've not done what most people in the country would have assumed has been done as common sense which is maintained a proper record of people coming into the country and leaving a previous governments abolished exit checks altogether you cannot run a proper system of immigration control if you're not recording who is coming into specific than when is responsible for the injustices that that members of the windros generation and others have faced through this the the cases that we now know about there are more of them being listed in the guardian today i think there are two responsibilities firstly those people who decided to dispose of the landing card records way back in two thousand nine hundred ten that seems to have been a silly decision and secondly i would have thought that for many of these people who've been in the country for decades common sense would indicate that it's highly unlikely that they should be denied access both to our country and to public services and i'm surprised that with many of these cases more common sense hasn't been applied in dealing with that individual circumstances david lewis and david would thank you both the time is twenty past eight what if we could persuade the chefs of top restaurants to change jobs to abandon the stress and the shouting and go instead to work in schools where there's no stress and no shouting to bring the same karen attention to know the to the food that our children eat charities been set up to recruit one hundred chefs for hundred schools chefs in schools treads of course into territory let's face it others of dabbled in the past but it has ideas to make it work this time and henry dimbleby is head coach erotic founder of the highstreet chain leon and nicole pisani as well who is the former head chef at nope in london now executive chef at gay hearst community school in hackney morning to you.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"As well for many reasons you're listening to the eddie breakfast with me changed max more stories from henry dimbleby in just a few minutes time on your early breakfast show on until radio talk radio once four hour radio debates and that's assignments crazy crazy will not you all mornings and take a brilliant break with mike graham on talk radio with us some holiday shopping great value breaks all year round to talk radio every weekday morning from 10th for three hours packed full of fabulous features great value guests and quick five goals all of the day's top talking point don't miss my graham every weekday morning from ten pontal told radio with some holiday shop great value breaks all year round go to the southern dakota uk slash holiday shopping so go zelko trai kabila's warehouse we've got real deals on a wide range of trade's quality building products in march me go 32 mielke decking dude available in three point six meter length at just ninety nine pence per meter now that's a really good humour wheeled deals plus free delivery all month that cell code bill is warehouse for more information see so go w dot com terms and conditions apply trai power state agents revolting at eu me free are really revolting where revolting and revolutionizing to create an easier and fairer way to sell your home we're calling it an e movements combining the benefits and savings of online with real dedicated property experts at every step of your sale revoke with us join the movement visit eat moved qaeda uk rated the uk's.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"A group that holds names like frankie imbeni's and chiquita's places that you probably would abate also garfunkel so i sort of you kind of get that they still exist i do and it's amazing that they do anyway at just talk a little bit about their their results an an and pap's how that group is is dealing with it so challenging environment will ain't what's interesting about them is very much so thompson to what we just been discussing about the asio and ceos restaurant the headline restaurant group insists turnaround will bear fruits and it's basically about that they've had worsethanexpected results now we're talking about two to three percent fall in sir zero near so it is hardly a kind of a nightmare situation is not holding through the floor but none moving in the right direct eggs actually but i think what so interesting about them is that i think it's a sign i love that brands that fun their exciting that different but i think that what where they suffer is that i think that as a macro shift towards smaller more independent and perhaps more expensive now and the people i suppose reacting against the chain that we only have the gold notches me now the chicken places and we know some of the bigger place it put in the last say decade we have seen a massive explosion in the rollout of brands that started off as individual places and indeed this time last week in in your chas henry dimbleby he was the cofounder of leon and and we talked about that that when it started it was kind of quirky there one or two of them and now there are thirty of them and then there's plants relative more we get these brands private actually get one hundred rhoda everywhere these brands here i have never eaten in a frankie been is have you should is in eyes you should it's very up yo street to mid what because he'd lives oats frankie and then is it quite dirty it is actually i bet there are a couple of calories a i i think what's interesting here is is the i think as a microchip between a smaller lightly on the people light to get behind him the person who introduces us in fact charlie jokes who has inception group they have light bunga bunga they've got a number of super creative small restaurants the have a.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"At least we got in is fantastic maybe he's on sunday anyway something else what's happening on this radio station at six thirty is judea hardly burned she said have we know high and we haven't been fired bobby i think they just having that is just to avoid the beatings at the buses here's the best way this can't get university balloon because as though hitler as understand for twenty years that's true seventh floor of broadcasting house was way you didn't want to be involved when i was a political correctness except they surprise me when the when they pulled that one and it will restaurant anyway what's going on russia since james vaxxers career well we all who's going to be talking about that well boris bridge bridging bridge face whatever it be called lease at school at that will be talking about what deal week we are actually do with macron and hoping to get on the eu we also going to tokyo latest this from this american family the house of horrors extraordinary new details have emerged about the existence of these children said it wasn't a lot it wasn't existence who say why the uk's nick of the worst flu since 2011 apart things dcp looking up in the nhs and the school is banned people's from dressing up as pop or athletes on the basis that you probably not going to be a popstar olympia in and you need a plan b i'm with them all the way than it took to supporting style though who is very upset about one thing that should be matched weather another like the killers matt in state coming into the student very shortly hard labour over his next you very much for that henry if people want to fully on twitter and find out what you up to where did they go henry dimbleby andrew nibley perfect thank you very much for.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To help us six and in a few minutes time julia hottie brew we had to tell you what's happening on show and we'll come back to henry dimbleby for small stories from this morning's papers the main stores for your those city trade is getting away with abuse of market that's whitecollar criminals according to the times are acting with impunity with fewer than ten prosecutions for insider trading in the past five years old so we're hearing that more than two hundred communities could be left with little or no access to cash because of changes to the atm system the consumer group which is worried that proposals by the cash machine that linked to cafes could main providers will stop providing free to use which james and he wants to regulator to carry out an urgent market review and according to this report work is taking a heavy toll on parents affecting their health and family lives as they struggled to cope with the strain of low now's research has found that many varied but again more than that contracted hours because of intense work lives anyway those are your main business stories and one of the stories that i was talking about earlier which is certainly in all the papers because we saw the results from whitbread and inevitably that reported in the press but the talking about cost to maybe our love affair with whether it's high street coffee oh costa is may be pulling a little bit adam love sales were down a bit henry what do you make of this story and also this sort of increased battle on the high straight for our coffee custom well i think this is not just a coffee sure this is a food retail highstreet retail and restaurant story are i would say that the level if you talk to our competitors he talked to people in the sector i've never experienced so much fear going into years have now this is worse actually them when lemans went bust in two thousand eight in terms of fair you have this massive number of different factors so rates going up minimum wage food costs going up and when we talk about rights that said that this as right that's the.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"That if you didn't get it from ladies and gentlemen saying my name a thousand times just after the news that was antiwar now until six thirty i'm joined live in the studio by the cofounder of leone and cofounder of london innings very busy man henry dimbleby good morning good morning james how are you i'm really well thank you i am so sorry to have dragged you anticipate into the studio i sort of unawares because when when i spoke to you and i said would you like to come and yes show radio fantastic who was bitterly well them more boyfriend were australian watching cricket will tennis but it's visiting friends and so two of my children decided to come into my bed loss and they were kicking me violently at four in the mornings ash it wasn't that it's boycotting speedily well fantastic i've not have there been so left safe and or with somebody so that that that you know we wouldn't want you leaving children unattended let's talk a little bit about to decide that people could put it in context so cofounder of on and we'll talk about the story in which you in the news today we just kind of interesting one this is a long journey that you've been on isn't it you're fourteen years now i mean we started liam as people do businesses because of the toy fast food argument delicious fried chicken that made you fall asleep and wake up front or cold sandwiches until the competence and we just want to eat something that was that was good and i guess we were sought ahead of the curve then probably would have been better start in about three years later but we've nickel fifty restaurants and hopefully serving food that that that actually tastes great and and does you good but that but it's it's interesting when the the whole sector now is has kind of massively expanded since then and people you know there's it's great to see is unlikely when competition comes in and expands what you're doing and kind of makes it much better place in high street out to eat in east b and and i think in essence this whole revolution with food this this i i space initial obsession by whether it's takeaways and various other things and we do a lot to take away food and some of it is healthy and some of it is not but i think what you started to change this perception of was just because it's quick or easy popping in ubon it.

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"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"henry dimbleby" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The henry dimbleby he's the cofounder of really on he's going to be in the studio going through the big business needs stores and also how much she paperback out do give me a call on that fateful volvo nine one thousand before they're now at six o'clock let's get the very latest news headlines here on talk radio sandy will thank stands building bridges with france quite literally one of the founders of cuba sent to make a billion and more weather woes installed this morning walk radio the phone secretary wants a bridge to be built over the channel to link for uk with franz boris johnson says it's crazy there's only a train line between two of the world's biggest economies the suggestion came as to resume unless you macro signed a new treaty aimed at speeding up the processing of migrants at calais the parents of thirteen children rescued by police from a house in california have pleaded not guilty to charges of torture abuse and false imprisonment the prosecution alleges david louise turpin feet and strangled that children and chain than to their beds one of the founders of obama's in line to become a billionaire after invest as agreed to take a large stake in the firm a consortium will by chunk of the company from existing shareholders including travis kalanick business analysts believe ambra from verdict has been telling james on talk radio this one play well with everyone charlie alec has been much cricket fly tillich valley and there were around the wealth of his handling of the crisis and not managing the company as very response the bush tell you i lost people will say that as its wealth past in themselves up today tools in businesses should be building stronger links to help tackle gender stereotyping charity education and employers saudi thirteen thousand primary school children found boys as young.

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