Food Podcasts

3 Podcasts That Every Foodie Should Check Out!

Podcasts are all the rage in the new media landscape at the moment. They offer a great alternative to traditional radio and are perfect to listen to on the move or as you work. Funnily enough there still aren’t as many foodie podcasts as one might expect, particularly in the UK so it was fun compiling this list.

Check out our great list of Podcasts that every foodie should check out and make sure you tune in!

The #WomenInFood Podcast brought to you by the Female Foodpreneur Collective. An empowering podcast for women in the food industry (and don’t worry men can tune in and learn something too).

Female Foodpreneur Collective

Table For Two is a brand new foodie podcast based in London for the simple love of food. We’re loving the branding already and can’t wait for the podcast to grow and flourish in the UK and internationally.

The Africa Show is hosted by the dynamic duo Lyande and Yolisa, as they explore African Travel, Food and music and interview guests from around the African diaspora. This is a great show which captures a diverse range of African Diaspora issues and is one of the few radio shows/podcasts that features African Food on a regular basis anywhere in the world!

The My African Hob Sierra Leonean Supper Club Launches In London

My africa hob

Growing up in Sierra Leone, and emigrating to England in her youth, Sylvia Browne has always enjoyed the West African cuisine and culture of her homeland. Completing two science degrees gave her a deep insight into the importance of nutrition and healthy eating and she wanted to create a supper club to showcase her passion for African cuisine and healthy living. Long term Sylvia hopes to turn this venture into a profitable business with a wider reach across The UK.

East London based Sylvia’s vision is now coming to life as she becomes a food entrepreneur and businesswoman with this supper club partnership.  In August 2017, Sylvia will be teaming up with Suzanne Tiega, Restaurant manager at Nando’s and previously Garfunkel’s, who is an expert in customer service and the restaurant business.

“African dining is growing and gaining momentum every year. Now is the time to launch this supper club. There is a hunger for culture from the continent of my birth. I see this coming from the second, and third generation African and British foodies. I have been lucky to meet Suzanne who comes from Cameroon to help me launch the next event. She is a star at meeting and greeting front of house who will raise the bar in African customer service”, says Sylvia.

The next My African Hob supper-club will take place on August 5th 2017, in Hammersmith, West London. It will serve dishes including Banana fritters (akara), Skewered roast beef and Black eyed beans stew. You can book your place here: https://myafricanhob-supperclub.eventbrite.co.uk

Website: https://myafricanhob.com/