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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

"The extraction of Kabul from the DRC has been linked to really egregious human rights abuses. He says corruption environmental destruction but most damning Lee has been linked to child labour there are two ways that coupled is extracted from the ground in the DRC through the use of large industrial equipment and big minds owned by multinational companies. But there's also a lot of artisanal mining which is where local people people are digging for Kabul's using very primitive tools or even their hands and then selling that cobbled on that couples is getting mixed up into the global supply supply chains this is an incredibly Paik and complicated supply. Chain a nobody has ever really faced any proper legal scrutiny snake about how cobbled being mind and where it's going and who is profiting from it. What is really important about? This case is for the first time Apple Apple Dell Microsoft. Google Tesla are being directly linked to the deaths and injuries of children because the families are alleging but these deaths and injuries happened in mind which correctly in the supply chain of these companies in the documents that Congolese families describe in really heartbreaking detail how their children were driven by extreme poverty to seek work in these large mining sites and they claim that they were paid as little as one pound fifty fifty a day for really dangerous backbreaking work digging for Kabul Rox often with their hands and these very dark underground tunnels the one plaintiff in the case. who is named as Jane Doe One says in the court papers? Her nephew was forced to seek work in the mines when he was a very small child. In April two thousand eighteen he was working in a mine operated by Kimoto Copper Company which is owned controlled by the big UK Mining Company Company Glencore. He was working underground in the tunnel digging a couple of rocks when the tunnel collapsed on top of him and he was buried alive. His family rushed to the the mind but they say that they never ever recovered his body. The lawsuit also names as plaintiffs children themselves who were really we seriously injured or paralyzed whilst working in Kabul mines so these are really really serious accusations that the company are facing and one of the big central allegations in the lawsuit is all of the defendants. So that's apple. Google Microsoft Tesla were all aware and had specific acidic knowledge that the Kabul they use in their products is linked to child labor but is performed in such dangerous conditions and so their lawsuit argues that they're complicit in in the fourth labor of their children an aided and abetted their deaths by profiting from dangerous conditions that ultimately led to their deaths and injuries. Crucially the the court papers argue that all of these companies have the authority and the resources to supervise and regulate coupled supply chains and their inability to city say contributed directly to the death of these children. This case is really important for a number of reasons. The first is that it's the first first time that any big tech company is going to be scrutinized over its supply chain links to cobalt. The second is that it's going to be an opportunity for those voices at at the very bottom of this huge global supply chains be heard in a court of law for the first time and lastly this Louis is also really important because it's part of a new wave of so-called`strategic negation which is being launched in countries especially like the United States which is trying to compel companies to take the moral imperative errative and police learned supply. Chain whatever the outcome. It's really important for issues. Like best be tried.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Believe it or not there was a time when they were never heard of Jamie Oliver. Yeah if you'd see thanks coming not cracking away. Most of it's done. When did he come from? He's quite a few background. His parents signed up in Essex. Excuse me Brown. Bread Mama was get me on it but not get so used to work there for pocket money or Jamie's fancies to work the pop and Chevy's to beat more morning to stop mission. We're not not literally metaphorically Danny went catering college and where he was discovered as it were was the river cafe Olive oil the BBC. I believe we're doing a documentary Christmas at the River Cafe and I think they discovered that he could talk in a way. That's an edge to stream really just table them help themselves short to the point gang on with his king. It wasn't a traditional chef not dish nor sappho tall. The naked chef was just such a game changer. Cooking walk in the restaurant isn't walk. I think he really changed the way we cook and who is cooking. I mean inspired a whole generation of men to get in the kitchen spicer stripping down the rest pretty soon essential and I think it was really peak. Brit pop he was you know sliding down the banisters open door to mates or on his scooter. And then a Cook Luke. Tony Green Curry. We just pre appropriate really because we're GONNA get and it will be on the cooking with so casual and he was adding a dollop of this you. You know exactly. He was so hands on. He was tossing it solid with his fingers poking stuff into his me. What have you and he? It's like have garlic anchovies nothing nefarious and he really stripped food down. A may do feel like anyone cook the dishes. Ten minutes slightly golden and that the star his then girlfriend Jules would make appearances in the naked chef. Let's from testing having a boyfriend. Who can cook you? It's more different. She just thinks I'm a bit strange now. His wife And they have five kids and I think that really plays into his whole image. I mean he's a family man. I'm mine too. That will help us today. What's your name easy pulpy? They appear on his instagram account. He almost lives this. Delete life that I think people want to play Into a little bit so after the naked chef. We got Jamie's kitchen. Yeah when he was training up fifteen disadvantage used. And Yeah and I guess this was the arrival of Jamie Oliver the campaigner name's Jamie Oliver. I'm here to say I want to talk about Revolution Day off to stop the halftime from being. He became political very early on. I think Jamie's kitchen happened. What three two years or so after the naked chef infrequent? You've got back congressional chefs. Forget it I'm forty five time right and I also think that's probably played into into why he can be perceived as quiet divisive character and that began as a television program. What happened with it the TV series had the restaurant fifteen dane which was based in clock out the heart where he trained fifteen apprentices young people from difficult backgrounds And he trained them chef the little streets and we students serious about the only thing I had in common with. Most of those kids was. I had a rough time at school. What what was great is that he took them to producers farm so it didn't feel like a stunt for TV he really kind of got them to understand about ingredients and I mean when they opened they were booked solid for months and a lot of the people that took part in that scheme our chefs today? People like Guardian Feast Lisa Jones went through fifteen on the top. You've got the squash which brings together seventeen years later of closed the door. I think they had about one. Hundred fifty take graduates had been through the program. I think fifteen is going to be a big part of his legacy because it's such a amazing project. It was the first of a lot of campaigns. I mean the one that I remember. Most of all Turkey twizzlers. Yes which I think. It remains a A longstanding indeed Jamie put down really today Turkey more than a chicken breasts that was a campaign to ban junk food and processed food from school canteens and also pressured the government commit new funds to improve school fade. When Jamie met Tony Number ten this morning the national scandal of school dinners became the heart? AWW election policies he received a bit of flack during that process. But coming across as being patronizing. We'll have eh months rela Mozzarella and that was resistant from parents. You know no one's going to forget those images of parents hunting food through the school gates to their kids images of the MOMS. Maybe their your dad pushing the burgers through the gate. And am I right in thinking that he calls big old scrubber yes on top gear that was in reference reference to Jelly Critchley who to finally was passing burgers and other junk food through the gates of the school I'm here I would like an apology. I feel for calling me a big fat scrubber on top gear and he did apologize later and I think she reluctantly accepted the apology. Surely the school food revolution was a good thing. They'd been spending pennies kids meals and that led to a financial paste of hundreds of millions of pounds so we will put another two hundred and forty million as about the two hundred and twentieth. You've been incredible. It's unbelievably impressive. And and was part of the reason I wanted to go and work for the company. I suspect the magazine interesting time because it had just moved over to us so it is not being published internally anymore so I joined Jamie magazine as deputy editor in two thousand and sixteen. Did you learn through working for his magazine. Zine things about Jamie Oliver the person and also about his business more widely. He's not guarded. All I mean what you see on Tevita is what he's like which I think is quite read. One of the great things about Jamie is that he does like to support young chefs. Young food. Writers says you genuinely think he does believe in the power features change things are profoundly believe that the power of food has a primal froyo place in our house. But you did get the sense. At this time. The business had exploded so much. How can one pastern be on on top of everything and involved in everything as we know Jamie? Oliver is not just about the hit. Television television series the campaigning the magazine the best-selling recipe books or even just the restaurants. When it comes to Food Jamie is everywhere in two thousand? He became the face of Sainsbury's Richard. Some Pasta Salad Guardian. Business Writer. I to Sarah Butler says the relationship wasn't always harmonious. They'd had a few kind of many poolings out when he was doing. Some of his campaigning around the chicken. Chicken industry is built fluffy chicks intensively broiler chickens. Factory hands he to bow our chickens raised and he wanted Sainsbury's anes breeze to come on his program and they didn't and he criticized them for that so there was various things where his campaigning seemed to great against being the face of the supermarket then there was a cooking school recipes and with it branded garlic crushes and chopping boards. Nancy Valerie working together for sixteen years. We've developed develop some of the most beautiful pans out there and was Jamie at home which was a kind of tupperware style a hearty business so it was like an oppressed party visit. You know like so cook Things like pans and career. Whatever the Avon woman yeah kinder finder and in two thousand and eight? He opened the first Jamie's Italian.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Tell me about the first time you have met Jamie. Oliver Remember Sarah. Anna Barrel is the acting. Deputy editor of The Guardian Feast magazine but she used to work with very famous. Jamie Jamie Oliver on his self titled Food Mag Jamie would writes a feature for us every month the recipe feature in the planning me sayings. That's where you oh you saw him at his. I think naked chef best. That was an easy guy that he knows his food listening. Tim Come up on. The spot with with ideas for recipes is really impressive and inspiring and you can see how to weigh. Did where he got to was unimaginable. Success us a national treasure who we will fail on first name terms with. He was on the telly again. This week I've been cooking Chris for my family for more than twenty years. Now I I the Turkey and I'll show you tricks. Make an extra cheesy and tasty proper lady Gaga ready for the party but Jamie Star Status has fallen rolling that magazine. Where Anna was? Deputy editor is long gone and then there's his restaurant business or lost my restaurants in the UK this year which was really tough. Thirteen years really really hard work. Run out of money. Run out of everything when it went into administration in May more than a thousand people lost their jobs today from the south coast to Scotland. The close signs lines went up over three of his twenty five restaurants including the London branch of his celebrated Social Enterprise. Fifteen shutdown Jamie Oliver's prove and once again it takes more than having a famous name over the door being able to cook to make a success of the restaurant business then last week the other branch of fifteen name this one a franchise in his name in Cornwall also closed from the Guardian. I'm initiatives Donna today. InFocus what's going on on with Jamie. Oliver.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I'm not just the pages like the graphics as well. And used to work watch them design their books and stuff, and and and again that affected the way that I designed, but so you know, even down back to two quick and easy five in. I just. In this particular book, fighting for white space, and as a dyslexic too, much, I freaks me out. And then I think if you're nervous cook, that's almost as bad as dyslexia like too much. I freaks you out. So fighting for white space in to bring combos at just wanna work together instead of China, Mike so of. Snail, porridge, tastes great gin onto main. I think did that go with the flow like go fish with the Fisher. Like just the book is just try and make it easy for people. Now, it's very lucky. I was working with Antonia Colegio Genaro Cataldo the time. And I and I did my time there, and I read that book, and I just said, I'm sorry. I have to go here. And and I went for my interview. And my dad was told me to wear a suit, I was had no money. So I just had the crappiest suit. Literally if you to see me, it was a really bad see, but the if you put me anywhere near a candle would have gone up in flames. It was such. But also, it's if you know the river cafe it's quite honorable cafe. So I did my interview with rose and. I got the job and. And never looked back. Yeah. What can men in positions of power like yourself do to help women in the industry with everything that's going on? So really important question. Really big question. I think in a way ends to be on that. Because the the problem the industry has before behavior is we haven't women not choosing to go into the industry. So are they connected. Maybe or is it just like this kind of structure of an week. Should look like, roaches or doubles. Or, you know, say all I can say is like, I probably employ more. I'm like four or five percent above the average of women in the kitchen. But it's still only fourteen percent. I if I had a button compress tomorrow to get to fifty fifty I go there because he's a much better place. They function much better for all the right reasons. But the problem we really have is not enough women coming into the industry. So I think the industry needs to really answer that as an industry first. And then. The the behavior thing is just is. No, even for me about women is is about women men is about racism is about drug cultures. It's it's about behavior in the, you know. When I started in the kitchens, it was just okay to have quite. On like there was fair coach fare coach is an interesting one, you know, like fear works. That's just it's proven itself to work. It's very efficient. But it's very thin. Not deep so fear. We can come on efficiency FOSS, but it doesn't it doesn't of build thinkers forward thinkers. And so if you compare that back to rose and Ruthie, of course, all of the people that graduate from that kitchen a thinkers, thank you for your time. Thank you for your book. Thank you for all the good energy put out into the world. And there's anything Terri bump can do to help with twenty thirty. You're the bomb, Jamie. Thank you very much. I'm very grateful by thanking. I hope you enjoyed my chat with Jamie Oliver before we go I want to share a short recording did a few years ago with my aunt olive, my grandmother's sister, she passed away a few months ago at the age of ninety eight and she was one of the most positive and resilient people. I ever met beyond that she was famous in my family for having a red kitchen, literally everything was read from the potholders to the stove to the refrigerator when you're a little kid read kitchen seemed so magical and today as an adult looking back on it, it still seems magical. My aunt olive spent the last years of her life in Alabama with her daughter and lots and lots of grandchildren, even though I didn't get to see her much..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I not just the pages like the graphics as well. And used to watch them design their books and stuff, and and and again that affected the way that I designed, but so you know, even down back to quick and easy five in. I just. In this particular book, fighting for white space, and as a dyslexic too, much, I freaks me out. And then if you're nervous cook, that's almost as bad as dyslexia like too much. I freaks you out. So fighting for white space in trying to bring combos at just want to work together instead of China, Mike so of. Snail porridge tastes great on the mainly. I think did that go with the flow like go fish with the Fisher. Like just the book is just try and make it easy for people. Now, it's very lucky. I was working with Antonia Colegio Genaro Cataldo the time. And I I did my time there, and I read that book, and I just said, I'm sorry. I have to go here. And and I went for my interview. And my dad was told me to wear a suit, I was had no money. So I just had the crappiest suit. Literally, if you to see me, it was it was really bad. But the if you put me anywhere near a candle would have gone up in flames. It was such. But also, it's if you know the river cafe it's quite honorable cafe. So I did my interview with rose, and I got the job and. And never looked back. Yeah. What can men in positions of power like yourself do to help women in the industry with everything that's going on? So really important question. Really big question. I think in a way ends to be on that. Because the the problem the industry has before behavior is we haven't women not choosing to go into the industry. So are they connected. Maybe or is it just like this kind of owed structure of an week. Should look like, roaches or doubles. Or, you know, say all I can say is like, I probably employ more. I'm like four or five percent above the average of women in the kitchen. But it's still only fourteen percent. I if I had a button compress tomorrow to get to fifty fifty I go there because he's a much better place. They function much better for all the right reasons. But the problem we really have is not enough women coming into the industry. So I think the industry needs to really answer that as an industry first. And then. The the behavior thing is just is. No, even for me about women is is about women men is about racism is about drug coaches. It's it's about behavior in the, you know. When I started in the kitchens, it was just okay to have quite. On like there was fair coach fare coach is an interesting one, you know, like fear works. That's just it's proven itself to work. It's very efficient. But it's very thin. It's not deep so fear. We can come on officiency FOSS. But it doesn't it doesn't kind of build thinkers forward thinkers. And so if you compare that back to rose and Ruthie, of course, all of the people that graduate from that kitchen a thinkers, thank you for your time. Thank you for your book. Thank you for all the good energy put out into the world. And there's anything Terri bump can do to help with twenty thirty. You're the bomb, Jamie. Thank you very much. I'm very grateful by thanking. I hope you enjoyed my chat with Jamie Oliver before we go I want to share a short recording did a few years ago with my aunt olive, my grandmother's sister, she passed away a few months ago at the age of ninety eight and she was one of the most positive and resilient people. I ever met beyond that she was famous in my family for having read kitchen, literally everything was read from the potholders to the stove to the refrigerator when you're a little kid, a red kitchen seem so magical and today as an adult looking back on it, it still seems magical. My aunt olive spent the last years of her life in Alabama with her daughter and lots and lots of grandchildren, even though I didn't get to see her much..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We're really curious about who some of your female mentors were over the years. We were we we know that you worked at the river cafe and we love Ruth. She spoke at our conference last year and has been in the magazine, and she's amazing. But we were curious about your time there and some other flourished you rose Graham, roof, roaches alike that they've been. That there's no way anything good. I've ever done. I wouldn't have done without them. So, you know, I didn't even know if they're aware of their family tree that they'll be aware of the crude family tree of of Rosen, roofs, kind of genius and love and care. And and that Bill to cut free bullshit. But. They really don't understand like the the continue I arose in Ruthie on a daily basis in my head in a nice way. And they weren't just good because they were talented, which they all they were good because they were in for the mustard that they the only thing that mad was the ingredients and the care. They did not give flying shit about chefs and French regimental kitchens or training or stars. Like, absolutely. It was just about caring for great ingredients. And it was a joy to see. And it was any they were, you know, twenty five years ago and the river cafe and twenty as well. I was at twenty three years ago went gold. Amazing amazing. And look I was arrested last night king, which ex river cafe goes goad. You can see it lives on. Nothing was interesting. And and I'm proud to say that even with my fifteen restaurant, which by Defoe was a it was it was it was a charity. But. We did a fourteen month training program without young people. And we train the move citing. But like river cafe X chefs they were their own people by the end. So we went training Chaffetz will training thing because in cooks, and and because we you menus every day fifteen like we did the the cafe you you some go into b pizza. I know. So there's no kind of hierarchy between the Michelin star. I have students that have graduated from me admission stars. And and so from Michigan stuff food to like incredible bikers? Incredible. You know, the whole is place to have pastor in London right now is one of my students Padilla embar market. He's just killing it and Janata main sex say, but it doesn't matter. It's a sandwich a pizza a push restaurant. And I think that was that was Rosen ruthies spirit, but other female mentors. Well, I think also the nice thing about mental. I think it has. I didn't think it has to be physical. So like, I I was hanging off of every word of Alice waters twenty five years ago, and and how can you not love alyssa's LS? But this is she's the northstar an anchor that she will always be and she's non compromising brilliant. Stephanie Alexander from Australia. Patricia wells Marcello Hassan. There's a to be honest in my top twenty books, actually, OB female. And that's no because I'm so of a feminist or ultra PC or anything like that is just because generally speaking, they tend to speak from the heart from a very maternal. I feel you know, like Rosen Ruthie were like it was like that. There is an is always focus on what's coming through the door. What's coming for the dole? No, it's as a male cook myself, I had to train myself to be more like that more feminine. And what does that mean what I felt it was quite mild as it was more about kind of get on the phone offer full Iraq's land, whereas rose and Ruthie immediately. Be like, well, that's like. That's like, twenty sheep. So why don't you just get to sheep and use the whole thing? So do you know what I mean? So so the, yeah, I think I was dyslexic kids. So I actually for me, I was quite lucky because I couldn't read narrative book, but I could read a recipe or MAG. So yeah. Those kind of role models are really important to me. How'd you wind up in the kitchen that river cafe I what I just read that first book river cafe blue. And it just changed me..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We're really curious about who some of your female mentors were over the years. We were we we know that you worked at the river cafe and we love Ruth. She spoke at our conference last year and has been in the magazine, and she's amazing. But we were curious about your time there and some other flourished you rose Graham roof, roaches alike. That they've been. That there's no way anything good. I've ever done. I wouldn't have done without them. So, you know, I didn't even know if they're aware of their family tree that they'll be aware of the crude family tree of of Rosen, roofs, kind of genius and love and care. And and that Bill to cut free bullshit. But. They really don't understand like the the content. I hey Rosen Ruthie on a daily basis in my head in a nice way. And they weren't just good because they were talented, which they all they were good because they were in for the mustard. They the only thing that mad was the ingredients and the cash they did not give flying shit about chefs and French regimental kitchens or training or stalls. Absolutely. It was just about caring for great ingredients. And it was a joy to see. And it was any they were, you know, twenty five years ago and the river cafe and twenty as well. I was at twenty three years ago went gold. Amazing amazing. And look I was a restaurant last night king, which ex river cafe goes goad. You can see it lives on. Nothing was interesting. And and I'm proud to say that even with my fifteen restaurant, which Defoe was a it was it was it was a charity. But. We did a fourteen month training program with our young people, and we train the move citing. But like river cafe X chefs they were their own people by the end. So we went training Chaffetz will training thing because in cooks, and and because we trying you men's day fifteen like we did the the cafe you some go into b pizza. I know. So there's no kind of hierarchy between the Michelin star. I have students have graduated for me admission stars. And and so from Michigan stuff food to like incredible bikers? Incredible. You know, the whole is place to have pastor in London right now is one of my students Padilla embar market. He's just killing it and Janata main sex say, but it doesn't matter. It's a sandwich a pizza a push restaurant. And I think that was that was Rosen ruthies spirit, but other female mentors. Well, I think also the nice thing about mental. I think it has. I didn't think it has to be physical. So like, I I was hanging off of every word of Alice waters twenty five years ago, and and how can you not love Alice's LS? But this is she's the northstar an anchor that she will always be and she's non compromising brilliant. Stephanie Alexander from Australia. Patricia wells, much Hella Hassan. There's a to be honest in my top twenty books, actually, OB female. And that's no because I'm so of a feminist or ultra PC or anything like that is just because generally speaking, they tend to speak from the heart from a very maternal I fail. You know? Like Rosen Ruthie were like it was like that. There is an is always focus on what's coming through the door. What's coming for the dole? No, it's as a male cook myself, I had to trae myself to be more like that more feminine. And what does that mean what I felt it was quite mild as it was more about kind of you get on the phone offer full Iraq's a land, whereas rose and Ruthie immediately. Be like, well, that's like. That's like, twenty sheep. So why don't you just get to sheep and use the whole thing? So do you know what I mean? So so the, yeah, I think I was dyslexic kids. So I actually for me, I was quite lucky because I couldn't read narrative book, but I could read a recipe or MAG. So those kind of role models are really important to me. How'd you wind up in the kitchen that river cafe I what I just read that first book river cafe blue. And it just changed me..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"But my jobs to get I want my I want to Jameel have a recipe to be as perfect as you can get. That's why you know, every recipe, I write is like tea grand intesting. So it's a cheap practice to to have. But I learned very early in my career that you know, if someone's going out and spend into you forty bucks on a meal, and if it's written Rome, really they should come back to you for for the refund. Resume doesn't work. They will let you know on what God year. And so I I would. Like to think off the twin. I think I think you can get lucky on a book once or twice. But after twenty years, I hope that the reason I've trust is testing actually use that unlucky more than once or twice. Yeah. Twenty is. And and I think. I know. So like with this book, particularly is is really nice to know that you can cost you a net wide and a wide range of people cooking again next question. Do people ever invite you over for dinner rally? I think my seven people in twentieth is pretty shocking, isn't it? It's a shame really. With what do you hope they make when they invite you over like don't care that can make cheese on toast, and I'll be so happy be grateful. I mean, I could just. Is is funny now he's not funny as sad, really? Today's program is brought to you by Koren, a supplier of Japanese chef knives and restaurant supplies coroner's, proud of their Japanese culture and traditions,.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"But people get they think they need so much. But they don't you know, you can do a lot with a little, and I think even for me, I learned in this book, I learned at a really really did. I mean. And also like where I started wasn't where I ended. So so in this in this book, uniquely my process of writing it was very different. I literally locked myself in a room which had to gloss wolves designed the chapters. Very crudely boring me by like what most people want. So it's kind of clunky. So of like is passed is chicken is beef. You know is vegetarian. But it works hard. And then I had my five ingredients. And I started going through the chapters in the five ingredients and started just rattling and rattling and I wanted to global and I wanted to do a little chapter noodles and people border noodles board rice, right? Let's make note boring. And and wrote I wrote the book in three months shutter in two weeks and Zein's gorgeous the designs gorgeous. Again, it really I learned in writing the recipes that the most important ingredient is restraint and what not to put in and by doing. So naturally, I was able to focus mainly on one principle. So it might be like cooking the perfect salmon. So in seventy percent on the skin side and a lot crackling. And then flip on the other side just for that to the percents of its flaky juicy, and you know, and and also breaking rules on on old techniques, Utah college, and it's like, no, no screw that. This is how you get that. Great. So one technique five ingredients. And then also know every meal is complete most. But like there's probably a third of this book. Let's just like, right? He's a great way to cook chicken. And I here's a killer way to have an enjoy broccoli. And I realized that actually, you know, the conversations I could see that, you know, went us cooks, and chefs right recipes, people are actually editing them as they're looking at them guy. And we'll I ain't doing that. I ain't doing the rice boiled potatoes. And so actually when you just do a wicked chicken dish Vega Perry up, whatever they want that crack you up to you. Are you just used to that? Now, I love reading the comments and epicure areas, and it's like a chicken recipe, and they're like, well, I only have and they mentioned some random ingredient. No, can I make this. If I only have bananas, and you're like just make another recipe. People are funny. I mean, I think the we go through guy free hundreds of come in today. My team go for everything day. And I think there's a little bit like when when a recipe for people will test it in the business and in two strangers. I'd I know will cook it outside, and then I'll have to master edit all of that. But that doesn't just because I say something doesn't mean I listen to them. It also doesn't mean I don't, you know, I have to sit back into okay cause perfect doesn't really exist. But my is to get I want my I want to Jameel have a recipe to be as perfect as you can get. That's why you know, every recipe I write is like t- grand intesting. So it's a cheap practice to to have. But I learned very early in my career that you know, if someone's going out and spend into you forty bucks on a meal, and if it's written wrong, really they should come back to us for for the refund. Resume doesn't work. They will let you know. Oh my God. Yeah. And so I I would. Like to think that the twin? I think I think you can get lucky on a book once or twice. But after twenty years, I hope that the reason I've trust is testing actually use that unlucky more than once or twice. Yeah. Twenty is. And and I think. I know. So like with this book, particularly is really nice to know that you can cost you a net wide and a wide range of people cooking again next question. Do people ever invite you over for dinner rarely? Think my seven people in twentieth. This pretty shocking, isn't it? It's a shame really. With what do you hope they make when they invite you over like don't care that can make cheese on toast, and I'll be so happy grateful. I mean, I could just. Is is funny now he's not funny as sad, really?.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Sources me such and stuff that has like dynamism in all mommy, or wherever you want to talk about. So I think the design of the book was to give a lot for a little tell me about the five ingredient pantry because that's pretty genius. Whether the pantry you the five ingredients just so Pepe oil and vinegar, and I felt that that was appropriate to have that. I think everyone has that. And you get so overwhelmed, we had a funny conversation in the office about your the condiments, and you're frigerator door, and you probably have condiments like his as some of your kids, you know? But people get they think they need so much. But they don't you know, you can do a lot with a little, and I think even for me, I learned in this book, I learned at a really really did. I mean. And also like where I started wasn't where I ended. So so in this in this book, uniquely my process of writing it was very different. I literally look myself in a room which had to gloss wolves designed the chapters. Very crudely boring me by like what most people want. So it's kind of clunky. So of like is passed is chicken beef. You know is vegetarian might say, but it works hard. And then I have my five ingredients. And I started going through the chapters in the five ingredients and started just rattling and rattling and I wanted to global and I wanted to do a little chapter noodles and people border noodles board rice, right? Let's make it note boring. And and wrote I wrote the book in three months shutter in two weeks and signs gorgeous the designs gorgeous. Again, it really I learned in writing the recipes that the most important ingredient is restraint and what? Not to put in and by doing. So naturally, I was able to focus mainly on one principle. So it might be like it might be like cooking the perfect salmon. So in seventy percent on the skin side a lot crackling. And then flip it on the other side just for that to the percent. So flaky and juicy and you know, and and also breaking rules on on old techniques, Utah college, and it's like, no, no screw that. This is how you get that great. So one technique five ingredients. And then also know every meal is complete know most are up, but like there's probably a third of this book. Let's just like, right? He's a great chicken. And I here's a kilowatt to have an enjoy broccoli. And I realized that actually the conversations I could see that, you know, went us cooks, and chefs right recipes, people are actually editing them as they're looking at them. And we'll I ain't doing that. I ain't doing the ROY salty boiled potatoes. And so actually when you just do a wicked chicken dish Vega Perry up, whatever they want that crack you up to you. Are you just? Used to that. Now, I love reading the comments and epicurious, and it's like a chicken recipe, and they're like, well, I only have and they mentioned some random ingredient. No, can I make this. If I only have bananas, and you're like just make another recipe. People are funny. I mean, I think we go through guy for hundreds of come in today. My team go for everything day. And I think there's a little bit like when when a recipe for people will test it in the business and in two strangers. I'd I know cook it outside, and then I'll have to master edit all of that. But that doesn't just because I say something doesn't mean I listen to them. It also doesn't mean I don't, you know, I have to sit back into okay cause perfect doesn't really exist..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Organic pasteurized eggs at Publix, Kroger sprouts, farmers market freshdirect and many natural food stores across the country. Welcome back bomb squad. Here's my chat with Jamie Oliver. First thing we wanted to know is how are things with the foundation foundation is an interesting time actually in a really positive way. I have run the charity and foundation for sixteen years just over an shelving. And I'm shelving on kind of winding things down for a few reasons. I decided for me personally, I'm not buy into charity the structure of it. I mean, of course, I like charity, it's a beautiful thing. But I think there's a cap to its effectiveness, and there's lots of problems of reoccurred around the operation of and the soul of it and struggled to take the values of my cherry and put across all my businesses. Almost lucky. It was kind of cute nice friend on the side. And it really annoyed me. And I think I got to the age of forty and I'm not I just want to do this anymore. So actually what we're doing something better much much better. I think we spring clean. You'll have businesses. I'm we're doing much less. But just the stuff we really really good at where basically to come through this version of becoming a B Corp. Which is the best kind of thing that we can see out there that sort of makes you like a kind of social impact business, and will probably become a be CoR that's not the main drive, and what we want to do is put values and impact in a positive way across every part the business, and I'll get fed up with some parts doing and not doing it. So that's just bake in. So what we're doing is. We we've just had a niece and myself and another funders funded something called the twenty thirty project until twenty thirty and we're building a really robust convincing board together. And it's audacious. And what it is what it is is a way creating we're kind of taking the stuff out of ad campaigns department, which is really something that works every. Single day that no one ever hears about which is a writing and the campaigns, and they would have seen the document cheese and things like that. But the stuff that created the sugary drinks tax in the UK which has walked like, you wouldn't believe symbolically it's worked. But actually it's worked to our three drinks has reformulated. This is like mealy hundreds of millions of calories empty calories out of the ecosystem in Britain is affected. Other parts of the food industry. Like, you know, knowing that, you know, they've been put on the no eastep the cash raised from the tax has been ring-fence, and I fought for that hard to and that's only being spent on sports and breakfast cups in the UK. There's there's like a myriad of things that we're doing. But how can I try and tell you about it in the new foundation that we saying it's called the twenty thirty project. It's designed to have childhood obesity by twenty in Britain by default by the men are that we work is a global thing as well. I promise, but we need to get that international capacity by doing stuff in the UK and saying we did it smell it fell. At a look and we've already got loads of happening and proof, which is so exciting. And what's really interesting is it's actually become an I mean, it's a promise in worthy way. Being Jamie, Oliver in the old businesses allowing the sort of Lena versions now is quite hard. They're always asking me about my opinion. What do I think? Yes. It's about me. And I should know about me. But I just getting asked all the time. And sometimes I have my own internal ego arguments in commercial should. I shouldn't I cash glamour this, you know, whatever. And so I don't even notice to myself. Sometimes even though I think I'm pretty straight up most of the time. So what I've found I've done is. I've given my opinion making decision making no my opinion, making my decision making to twenty eight as being the most for me is literally like four percents monstrous has gone, right? So what does that mean? It means that if you anyone in the world asking me to do something, I wouldn't ask me would I do it. I ask eight an eight is the twenty thirty project.

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

The View

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

"I thought just because I was a man that I was more valuable than my wife and other women in my life. And I was taught that it was one of those things that they were man, you the man to man, you live this movie you live like your own action movie because most men are masters. Allusion? We are we live in action movie. My wife kept coming in and turn it on Idaho. And I was like hate us. My movie. Movie. This we've been we've been talking about this for a couple of days, the have you. I don't know if you've seen the are Kelly docu series. But what are your thoughts about about? What's going on with that? First of all, this is something that it's been going on in our community. The African American community for two churches are in attainment. Our culture has had a whole series of Noreen the molester everybody Chris route used to make jokes about it. You don't wanna go young? How? That's the black community. Awfully charitable. I can only speak community. That's all. I know. I I'm just telling you what I know. I was like all your now. Look at these cans come on, man. You know, you the people were it because they were black girls involved. Definitely. This is the last to be I you gotta understand how this society works. And the whole thing is like no one no one was going to listen to a black woman, basically say I've been raped I've been molested, and they're like, well, whatever, you know, it's wild because it was our people that was no ring that and let me tell you. I had enough. I when I say toxic. I I remember looking the other way you understand what I mean because you get well, I can't do nothing about it. You know? That's that's just the way it is. And it's decided there's no way by being silent is slowly means consent. And now we have to speak and decide I'm going to talk. I don't care. He he's out. He's he's gone. Menu is one of the things that before we also want to say is one of the things that you did was you took it out of being just a woman's issue and to being a people's issues because no one wants to be touched if they have not invited it. No, one wants to be manhandled or female handle, the whatever those phrases are nobody wants that. And so by you, saying, listen, it happened to me, and I'm telling you, and I have no fear to tell you. This is what happens opened the whole world. I'm so thank you for that..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

The View

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

"Get ready because with Q entire days of hot topics your Jake Revie's up. That's a heat up one finish this conversation. Yes. This is the kind ABC. Later, America's got talent. The champions host Terry crews and the ladies are luncheon with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. So after the guy in the White House finished his Oval Office suggest Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. She had a podium before they left, but people started posting means before it was over. Okay. So how do you not? I mean, it just was kind of amazing. Do you have some y'all? Let's yeah. American desperate times. Call for American gothic tropes Oh, offing. no. It was. Your mother and I wanna talk about your flag addiction at that control. I thought that one was so funny. It's like parents waiting at home for their kid to get back into the party to scold them. I'm sorry, but SNL doesn't even have to opening rear. Rear. What we saw being so weird lighting was good and a Hollywood tie. Just smushed into an area that they could shoot without having lots of Nancy lose gorgeous, Nancy makeup was fire. Yeah. I was like. A makeup. So this is this is what happens. Manafort. His law is must wished that. They did not hit sand right now because they accidentally reveals. Back court filings in Mullah investigation claims Manafort Shantou, twenty sixteen presidential polling data data with an ex Russian agent. Some this is proven true is that collude in fat. The meat it out down. So so breakdown joy until years. We've been saying to ourselves how about the Russians know went to put the anti Hillary ads. How did they know to put them in these conservative districts and these liberal districts? Well, you don't have to be Russian to be a spy in this country. You can be an American like Manafort who speaks to the spoke to the Russians and gave him the polling. So from that information, the Russians know, oh, I say Staten Island is conservative Kalamazoo, maybe not so much. Now, we know where to focus our ads, and that's what I did. And that to me is treason that is treason. The question is the question is what does Trump now? What into Trumpy hardly knew mount of for. Yeah. Really? He was his campaign manager for a little while. And that was when this was going on so Trump he always acts like he knows nothing. But on the other hand, he knows the biggest question here because we Paul manafort's going to prison either way. And this is. Stuff. That Muller already had is now that we have the information. The big question is did the president know anything did his kids know anything there really will be a smoking gun when that happens? That's when the real conversation. Walks them. All. I think what's also sad is that, you know, you have people like Giuliani who's a former federal prosecutor who's a lawyer who saying collusion isn't a crime collusion is a crime. But the federal code says collusion is a crime, and it is a crime conspiracy. It's. Yeah conspiracy, but it's a federal crime. It says it in the co to collude with a foreign entity or government of fraud the United States, you defraud the American people in an election. If you give this kind of intelligence to a foreign agent and the question is clean metal. He lied to the FBI. And that means that he's going to jail. He could he didn't have to do that. So why do years in jail? I think he's petrified for his life by the Russians. I think is afraid that the Russians that's a mob. There is going to come and kill him and his family do not. You're making us all. That's just a guess. The lawyer. Certainly what you're saying. They need to be on the screen. We'll be right back. Why you don't want to answer to that? I'm happy to talk about I know a lot about Paul Manafort. But I don't think we have time to talk about right? We'll be right back..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

The View

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

"I don't get it. I don't like it is be. Yes, you said we wouldn't have to keep that promise. Water purity Steve Schmidt on on on try not to look at Steve Schmidt doing anything. It's always. So I mean, I know you have a political joke. Can I say something let me just say this because we could be chanting. He's he said yesterday on Nicole Wallace. Where are the peso's? Nah. I bet is a good way to chant against what you're saying. Where are the pace? Where are they? Yeah. The Mexican current right? Okay. Yeah. I think that's a cheap talking point on his part. But whatever. Okay. So the crisis at the border. According to warning console political poll conducted January four through six seventy nine percent of all voters in the country. Think that there is a crisis or problem with legal immigration on the southern border. Ben Shapiro had the best tweet. I think all Democrats have to do is not be crazy to win twenty twenty because we have so much crazy right now. And when I see people like Alexandra, okay, Zeo Cortez doing her own rebuttal, which by the way, was far more concise than Chuck in Nancy. On Rachel motto last night, and she was basically demonizing border agents and ice. The problem is whether liberals like it or not Puerto security's a big issue for Americans. It's one of the reason they got elected anyone has any problem with the border security. I don't think that's the issue. It's the base. It is it is the wall. But I think when you're getting rid of ice, which is what she was referencing. And by the way, many candidates have come on and set as well. I believe Kristen gillibrand the Nexia did it's a it's now become one of the trends on the far left. That is coming toward the middle. It there's no I don't vanturi lowers the middle. I'm glad I don't think most Democrats believe in border security. I think this crisis is is perhaps a humanitarian crisis. But it's a crisis started by visiting president because this president. There are still children who are kept in cages quarter. Cannot children have died to me that is a humanitarian. He guided that. That actually that policy was started under Obama, which we said that numeral bonded on show. Children that I'm hauling that was put in place, who's your real yelling tell it? I don't know if your heckling the of supporting me, but I hope you're supporting me right now, I'm policy that was put in place under President Obama that he that President Trump decided to enact policy. It was not a policy that was put in place the bomb. To tell you is if Democrats want to win in two thousand twenty don't team it is people that want hard border security and Alexandra okay, zero Cortez, a huge voice, and they'll ship museum outta huge. The show's not, you know, I. Jay dot org is all you have to go. I'm sorry. We got to go. He's he's on his knees. We'll be right back. Leader inside Manafort, how Paul Manafort own lawyers just accidentally exposed the Muller investigations bombshell. Accusations against him this week on the view..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

The View

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on The View

"All right. So the guy in the White House prime-time last night to make his pitch for the border wall. And here's what he says is that. Aac? There is a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border. Among those hardest hit are African Americans and Hispanic Americans as part of an overall approach to border security law enforcement professionals have requested five point seven billion dollars for a physical barrier at the request of Democrats. It will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security. So two fact checkers had a field day. What somebody's? But what are your takeaways from it? Well, they steal the Democrats. Never gave him any any kind of a wall. No steel concrete. No store. No not needed wall. Nothing. No, beaded kind. What did you call it a curtain big yet in? Yeah. So that's a lie right there runner why he was saying that like Chuck Schumer, for example did vote for this barrier back on L This year. year is the quote, the progress includes construction of six hundred thirty miles of border fence, the created a significant Berridge illegal immigration on the southern land border. That's from two thousand nine Chuck Schumer. Yeah. And then Democrats also agreed to an actual wall last January in exchange for for the dreamer. So they give it to them. The the president pulled out. He may I thought he mistake in that moment and hold out of it. And now here we are. I'm upset about last night. We'll be because I was watching dirty John, which is by the way, great show on. Bravo. Binge watching it, and I can't get this time back. I thought it was pathetic. I thought we got nowhere from what we heard last night. We're still now in a government shutdown. I really don't like the president in this type of setting because I think it comes to like him in well. What are you like what he says to the rallies? I think he's are more himself and comfortable around people that he knows like him back. I know. But then he really goes off the wall when he talks off the cop. Watch this really uncomfortable. And this is why he doesn't like to do this. He didn't want to do that. I want an essay and truck look like they were being held hostage to I will say, you know, when he started out with it. He said. He said, it strange public resources and drives down jobs in wages. Among those hardest. Hit are African Americans and Hispanic Americans. So as an African American Anna Hispanic American that that for me really was really dog whistle because what it meant was straining public resources is often times dog whistle for welfare. And for the hundred time why there are more white Americans on welfare than there are black Americans and Hispanic Americans. So I that racia- trope Ronin there right at the beginning was very offensive to me, and the sort of it drives these undocumented immigrants drives down jobs and wages for the hundred time. African American women are the most educated in the United States of America. And so we aren't taking those jobs, we're taking much higher earning jobs. And so I think when he started out this. This speech with these dog whistle politics. I just thought. So here you go again is the divider in here's again continues to. Be a source of slight irritation for me. He said. Americans the tax payers all American that. We were not going to be paying for this gonna pay for the wall. He said. Mexico was gonna pay for the wall. And that's what his promise will sue hundred time over two hundred times, he seven, and well, you know. Now, that's the point of that is I'm for me, you know, whether the Democrats were going to give him I don't understand why on top of everything else. Now America has to pay for this wall..

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NPR's RAD analytics standard goes live

podnews

02:50 min | 2 years ago

NPR's RAD analytics standard goes live

"In the latest pod news NPR's read, a method of measuring consumption data for podcasts has launched a blog post on NPR's website describes the company's NPR have worked with to get to. This point is also a tech spec website, including a simple introduction NPR say that they'll soon release a web based tool to help create rod compliant podcasts NPR one app for Android works with red today. Rod works by podcasters. Adding specific time markers to things that they want consumption data on her story or an ad or a section and a tracking server to send anonymous data to rat aware podcast players and data back to publishers. So, you know, how many people have heard those bits of your podcast pod trackers announced support for rats and their own Rabbitohs open for sign up other companies who've said, they'll support it include Acosta ads Wayes aren't nineteen blueberry, TRITON, Omni and wide orbit. We've tanked every story in. Yes. Today's pod news podcast with Ryan tags as a separate download few maybe play with. We've also written our own tracking server to collect the data apple Google. Spotify. Have yet to comment about whether they'll support rat. But it is fairly clear that overcast Marco Armand won't he commented earlier this year, the big data ruined the web, and I'm not gonna help bring it to podcasts. In other news one in six British drivers. Listen to podcasts music instead of radio claims a survey done for common you factor. Nissan. Meanwhile, separate data from the US suggests that twenty five percent of US commuters doesn't podcasts and music WNYC has one to two Pont Columbia awards for digital journalism for Trump Inc. And juvenile Justice podcast court pod sites research has been made free for everyone the product continuously samples episodes from hundreds of podcasts and offers insight into how brands use them to advertise. Their announcement notes that apple advertised using podcasting briefly at the end of September. Paul bean has released a new pod ads affiliate program with commissions for referring podcast advertisers, and up to one hundred dollars credits to referred advertisers. Pot adds his pod beans smart podcast advertising platform. And if you're a developer tune in his now reporting a distinct user agent for we've seen tune in radio pro while another reader Jay reports seeing tune in radio the tune in Android app, though is still claiming it something called L A V F. However, anyway, we've updated our user agent table, which now has a last updated data on it. Big tugged coke and supermarket salesman. Jamie Oliver has launched Jamie's Christmas cracker people merry Christmas. And this is so exciting. This is my first ever poker, which promises listeners all the tips. They need to ensure their Christmas feast is cracker.

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President, Emmerson Managua and BBC discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

President, Emmerson Managua and BBC discussed on BBC Minute

"This top story from Zimbabwe. The constitutional court is hearing a legal challenge from the opposition MDC to the election victory off president Emmerson Managua near the ruling Zanu. PF party has been accused of rigging. The co president mnangagwa's urged

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"jamie oliver" Discussed on talkRADIO

"From next. Saturday and as soon as we can track him down is probably slaving over a hot, stove cooking himself up a nice bowl of. Conflicts Track it down we should bring more but you. Have, a cooking story that. You can bring, to us in the meantime I do have and it's, absolutely delicious I think. Jamie Oliver you know he's been on and. On about healthy eating and he's schools changed their menus north on him well Don of. Applause welcome thank with that but he's now created this thing called the carnival lasagna which. Actually looks delicious it's a spaghetti pie stuffed with meat balls so it looks like a, lasagna's Nate on the top and it's Francis That's eight calories a slice did you get that let me say. That, again six hundred thirty. Eight calories a, slice yeah but you know what you can get certain, drinks I think from. Certain high-street places which are about the same. Sort of calories with marshmallows on the top in which, aunt is delicious At Lisa's some nutrition in it I tell you what can we just leave it there for a second because drummer Oh That sounds like, a Very Heavy hamsters coming. In but Barry VERA We found him Good. Morning, good morning yeah we were trying to work out what you, were probably doing will you will you whipping up? Something or, other but obviously chefs you keep, really late? Nights don't you Yeah we, do unfortunately It really hind leg to knowing that. Sandwiches, and biscuits. Antique Sometimes it's not what they should be getting home and whipping up something and then using a blowtorch to with crossed it off Crust autonomous or anything in a biscuit off the were all of biscuit I'd I'd much rather take away from from the kitchen Yeah and, I just have a parmesan crust thank you very much berry what are you going to. Be doing then from quarter past nine every every Saturday Oh well Every. Week now so, I mean it's a little bit of a journey. Of. Everything really I think it's kind of what you what's. Going, on The boss. Place. Was trends just trends are they coming in five or You know kind of having, to look at looking at, new restaurants. What's happening in the restaurant thing They've rich one cocktail Every morning looking forward to that and you being, sponsored by tea company Yes but you'll see great, a great little story can just say I in all the missiles. Hotel we supplies coming in and everybody's always got the best new products and you know someday you kind of Okay let's have a look. At some day you kind of just You know. We'll we'll contact you when we're ready. To. Look at it anyway this gentleman came. In from virtual state And we did prearrange just, meets in any, turns out in the rest. Somebody's untechnical, and all these little attachments and I kind of really anyway he. Sat there presented this great to me You. Really good back story of family, and have a great big she is winning Even Absolutely literally from from day we change within the company and moves to them contested by. Look let's say that it's kind of English flavored. Tea you know when you do Probabilities of course because. There's the teeth absolutely yeah So yes there probably supporting I'm looking forward to this show and penny, I know we've got a, bit of a relationship. A good connection bury the the free tasting thing it kind, of sold, me looking for any. Matinee. Mouse Well so clay you can just pop in London We'll have some fun, and and, actually you know will vary, every week you know. From from sweet, to save reach to all levels and you, know I, think you kind of really watch Could be could it. Be the most expensive in London no could it be just something so simple like kindle whatever's happening in the restroom saying you know the, food well he's going to be a, great adventure every. Saturday. Morning, berry every every every chef and? In particular every every blow the I, know they, may not be able, to cook, anything but they can cook, one signature dish which. I can absolutely, now what is your signature dish barrier You're implying that Barry, karnal everyday on berry can know every, dish book I. Mentioned. This, one that he's absolutely superb world-beating Oh we'll be more index actually but. He goes back to my grandfather my dad actually Reduce Back in the, day my grandfather used to make and unfortunately never mentioned carried on the recipe carried on as well and He was to see him making. It he's going to be the old fries on talk to the stars now he's dangerous thing. Out Heats up and When we, look at kooky Michelle sealing off the finale nowadays Needs to just take all Sealy off that work But Always, garlic Years old I am and left on the. Stove overnight Just a kind of room temperature. Then back home the next day with fresh tomato. Juice and then I used to, do the long spaghetti's remember. When we really long spaghetti he doesn't see them anymore and I I still make. That recipe today I can taste, there are going to be. Great Oh boy we're going. Around to Barry's. Now penny you're on your heart Yeah it's interesting you mentioned the pastor there was a story in. The papers yesterday about the new big thing on the on the internet this is, this is one particular YouTube blogger who started filming these women, in Italy who make their own pastor and they're in their eighties nineties, and they make their own pastor and it's, very slow process. Of course and she just shows us that it's got it's got hundreds thousands of view is now just. People were, watching watching older women making. Pasta all, the way round Italy Interestingly my mother tells a story of of her grandmother which house Title and kitchen in the, broom handle and rolling out pastor of the All, Blacks which Laundry on hanging up liking, it flesh censorship we we don't do it much anymore TV it's just it's too easy It's cool to pass the Grammy's. Channel and you can set, the pokey for example whose ninety-five from, Sardinia he's made pastor for more. Than eighteen years, she prepares. Maccarone's day window which, is fingernail shake kills a pastor? Serving with a simple tomato sauce grated peck, arena, basil, leaves, all you can see she's Ella. Who's a youngster Seventy-seven he makes Lauder. Small ravioli stuffed, with Palmer's. And Tangy cheese and, served in a meat broth and? Then then So this is now actually tripling can you move away from. The microphone sweetie Really unpleasant so yeah they they create the shapes with great deficit says here. And show off their muscle power. In thinly rolling out large sheets a, pastor Doc knew I think I'm going to sign up this. Past, two, Grammys, I'm gonna have to look for this, one absolutely your bus pass yet penny so you left away a little longer few weeks Yeah sorry interruption. Have. You have you ever. Major. On pen style you never member yes a Harvey I found it quite therapeutic and it's a? Good way of? Cleaning. Your fingernails I'm joking I clean hands How long does? It take. To make pasta Mix it makes it makes it. Then you, put, it, through a pasta machine of course these these the pasta makers not. Using a machine that just rolling it out I haven't done. The rolling out of. Just on the pudding it's a pasta machine Rolling machine Comes out Waking shoot here Yes. Yes, and yes again. Francis don't Francis isn't that? Keenan making it he just wants to eat out my key meth anx I guess for me Well as, a challenge for us Will. Enroll shoot here let's do it can, then take. It, home with you cook it And that's where we leave it Barry thank you very much. Looking forward to. Seeing you see you next week Debbie, late by I'm just so hungry Because ruled looking around trying to find to find. Stuff delete you comes I wouldn't, touch just in case not nothing to do with the time, is prostate..

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"jamie oliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With everything in between it seemed became one of america's highest grossing restaurants and terry moyer was at the center of the tool to some he was the first modern celebrity chef pavarotti or nori came in and pick me up and twelve me around give me a kiss and then went to his table i mean stuff like that was going on all the time i mean the beastie boys terrifying a taurus trashing hotels and they were like mice i mean they were just so sweet at the time the want celebrity chefs in the way they on now the chef was in the kitchen but you weren't you were out front you were very much part of the stars experience while the kitchen was completely open so that i could stand in the kitchen see everything that was going on could see me did you deliberately put yourself in the spotlight is a way to make the restaurant better nine oh absolutely i did it intentionally because it filled the restaurant and that was the aim was to make your food famous rather than yourself famous or was it to change how restaurants were what was what was driving you at that point looking back on it that's what it looks like but actually it was just to fill up the restaurant i mean to keep stars full all the time now celebrity chefs a referee way in a very different way with television with number of cookbooks they turn out where do you see yourself on that journey well i was touring the documentary last november with anthony rodin young chef came up to and said how do i become tv chef and he said don't and walked away that's my comment too i hate all his shows gordon ramsey's trying to get somebody to cry and you know no no no that's not what our industry has about pedal intimidation you know hasn't it served purpose because people are so interested in food now that's very true so i say the revolution has worked but it's when it gets out of hand the further shift gets into his press or her press and away from the food and obviously their whole operations in trouble like jamie oliver right now i mean he just went too far so whereas jamie oliver kahn wrong when he first appeared on the scene just brilliant guy in the wonderful things he's doing and then i think he started to get involved in the press more than in the food so he became a press machine business machine you know and that's not what it's about is one very famous chef is to be worth between fifteen hundred million dollars now now but do you really have to have your face on a billboard on the road between planned l common and cancun airport about frozen pizzas no i don't think so here are you talking about that my great powell can puck he's in my hotel room on a coffee packet well that sums it all up doesn't it you're listening to the food chain on the bbc world saturday with me emily thomas and meteoroid tower a man who's been described as the first modern day celebrity chef he's been telling me about his life through five of his most memorable dishes the next he created in the early nineteen seventies the best known feed writer and chef in the united states james beard was in san francisco and he was coming for dinner i went to chinatown thinking you know find something some fish or something i didn't know what i was going to cook for him but i was in a fairly intimidated and terrified cook for this great man the most famous culinary man in the united states and i thought these big great big ones like six inches across the short spines not blacks money ones i thought oh well i'll just make a souffle so i took what they call road is actually gone head to the sea urchin pureed at the medicine flight but the souffle mixture in the shells and cook those in the oven and brought them out i was very impressed with myself i have to say and james beards well that's the best thing i've ever eaten and is that what makes you tick as a chef those moments or is it something else we'll standing ovation to always good migrate friend megaphone fonteneau cooked for a few times when i was a student at harvard i understood why she went on for so long longer than they should have because you know.

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