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2 December 2016

Episode 268

30 minutes

Author Tim Hayward has written a book focusing on the world’s greatest knives, from extravagantly expensive Japanese sushi blades to the humble bread knife. Also on the show: Dutch chef Sergio Herman’s new potato-related project and why home-brewing is easier than ever before.

2 December 2016

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Tim Hayward

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The author has written a book focusing on the world’s greatest knives, from extravagantly expensive Japanese sushi blades to the humble bread knife.

7 minutes

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Home brews

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Home brewing is becoming as popular as the craft-beer boom and now a Hungarian invention could revolutionise the process.

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Edible Canada

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How Canadian Eric Pateman is trying to make his country’s food better known worldwide through a culinary tourism business that also boasts restaurants and shops.

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Sergio Herman

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The Dutch chef on his new projects, including a restaurant concept dedicated to the humble potato.

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