Food Season

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Food, glorious food 

Delayed but still delicious, Food Season is back for a third year with a line up of digital events celebrating, exploring and debating food. We’ve an array of chefs, historians and food writers lined up for a series of live conversations that you can join wherever you are.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Tom Kerridge, Claudia Roden, Asma Khan, Jack Monroe, River Cottage, Migrateful and Melissa Hemsley have joined the line-up – see what else is on the menu below.

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Series events

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (credit: Matt Austin)
Special Event

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall: You, Food and the Planet

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Two speakers from the On Restaurants event
Talks and Discussions

On Restaurants

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Claudia Roden and Simon Schama
Special Event

Jewish Food: Claudia Roden and Simon Schama in conversation

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Tim Lang, Dee Woods, Sheila Dillon,
Talks and Discussions

Food Futures: The Choices Facing Us Now

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A chef demonstrating lemon squeezing to three attentive students.
Talks and Discussions

Beyond the Food Bank: Creating Community and Culture through Food

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Author Corolyne Steel with the cover of her book "Sitopia".
Talks and Discussions

Sitopia: How Food can save the World

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Jack Monroe and Kimberley Wilson
Talks and Discussions

Mood Food: Jack Monroe and Kimberley Wilson

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Melissa Hemsley and Gelf Alderson
Talks and Discussions

River Cottage: More Taste, Less Waste: 2020

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Victorian kitchen scene
Talks and Discussions

Cookery Book Collections

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Four speakers for the Feeding our Children event
Talks and Discussions

Feeding Our Children

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Ken Hom with noodles.
Talks and Discussions

Ken Hom’s ‘Stir Fried Life’ with Fuchsia Dunlop

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Four speakers for the British Black Food event
Talks and Discussions

Black British Food Stories: Origins, Journeys and Junctions

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Tom Kerridge smiling.
Talks and Discussions

Tom Kerridge in Conversation

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