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“What an Excellent Thing Is an English Pudding,” Act 2

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Act 2: Fruitpig Butchers and Real Black Pudding

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Guests
Matt Cockin and Grant Harper of The Fruitpig Company

Actors
Hannah Whaley in Thomas Dawson’s “To Make Black Pudding”

“What an excellent thing is an English pudding,” Act 1

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“What an excellent thing is an English pudding,” Act I: The strange history & surprising way of a global food

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Guests
Rachel Laudan, author of Cuisine and Empire: Cooking in World History, blogs at A Historian’s Take on Food and Politics

Lynn Murphy, Reader in Linguistics at Sussex University, blogs at Separated by a Common Language

Actors
Alex de Ritis: Voltaire

Matt Preece: Francois-Maximilien Misson

Tom Mason: Samuel Johnson

James Thorpe: Shakespeare’s Prince Hal

Pie: A Large Slice of Everything in a Crust

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Pie: A Large Slice of Everything in a Crust

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Programme Guests

Janet Clarkson, author of Pie: A Global History, blogs at The Old Foodie

Rachel Laudan, author of Cuisine and Empire: Cooking in World History, blogs at A Historian’s Take on Food and Politics

Sandy Oliver, author of Maine Home Cooking: 175 Recipes from Down East Kitchens and creator of Food History News

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Kathleen Wall blogs at Pilgrim Seasonings for Plimouth Plantation

Maureen Ogle, author of In Meat We Trust

Kate Lebo, author of The Commonplace Book of Pie

Marc Meltonville at Hampton Court Palace

Sarah Petegree at Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies

Aron Kay at Pieman

Four Ways of Looking at an Apple

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Apples: historical, sociological, botanical, political.

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Food and Memory

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The women who feed us and the food that makes us who we are.

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The Lost Art of Real Cooking

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Ken Albala on truly tasting the past by making it yourself.

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Not Your Mother’s Casserole

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Faith Durand revitalizes a classic dish with the same flare she brings to Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn.

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Roots

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Nutritious potatoes, carrots, parsnips and beets – and making them interesting to kids – with Meal Makeover Moms' Janice Newell Bissex.

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Fat Tuesday Icelandic Style

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Nanna Rögnvaldardóttir on winter holidays Bolludagur (Bun Day) and Sprengidagur (Bursting Day).

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Delicious Wales for St. David’s Day

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Welsh food writer, broadcaster, and cookery school owner, Angela Gray, on artisanal cheeses, salt marsh lamb, fresh seafood, and the best cakes and breads. And especially leeks for St. David’s Day! Find out more at Wales the True Taste

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