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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed. Produced by Alice Williams See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Bad Table Manners

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Bad Table Manners pushes the boundaries of food storytelling in South Asia. Despite a universal love of delicious food, South Asian communities’ narratives and food practices maintain social hierarchies, caste inequalities, and racial and gender discrimination. In spanning both “high” and “low” food cultures, this podcast deconstructs monolithic notions of South Asian or “Indian” food by diving into micro contexts of households, restaurants, neighborhoods, streets and communities. It also re ...
 
Technology enthusiast and Microsoft veteran Kerushan Govender hosts a fun and engaging show about tech in the workplace. Using a precision questioning style, Kerushan unearths quick ways to bring out the best in everyone. At the end of the day, we want a world of X-Men where each person has the opportunity to show their specific superpower. How can we use tech as an enabler of human performance? What basic and doable steps can we take in day-to-day work that unleashes greatness? The show lin ...
 
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Up this week… another slice of LA with none other than a national treasure, superstar chef, author & queen of the American artisanal loaf - Nancy Silverton. Famed for her sourdough starter, Nancy talks to us about her rise to the top, growing up in the valley, her obsession with pistachios & loving TV dinners at her grandmas. We recorded this episo…
 
In September 2020, the government of India approved a series of agricultural acts, often referred to as the “Farm Bills.” What was proposed threatened to change the state of agriculture in India forever, and thus, inspired a long farmers' protest that is only just coming to a conclusion (thanks to a recent announcement that confirms the laws have b…
 
Writer, film maker, king of impressions and the banana bread's publicist, Jordan Firstman joins us on this weeks special episode of Table Manners. Mum made a delicious sirloin steak salad (shout out to Jess Damuck for the accompanying pea, cucumber and asparagus salad ) & we sipped leftover Greekmans natural wine. Jordan told us about his secret ma…
 
Rosé at the ready! In this first LA special, we were joined poolside by a sporting legend & probably the most influential skateboarders of all time, Tony Hawk. Tony talks to us about growing up in San Diego & food as fuel whilst skating as a kid, the best bourbon whiskey, multi-use of Skateboard grip tape and expensive sushi, all whilst eating mum'…
 
Lennie and I became California girls for a couple of weeks and took Table Manners to La La Land! Thanks to Virgin Atlantic, we travelled in style and documented our journey in the air! We recorded part of this special episode at 35,000 feet. Two weeks of food, drinks, guests and palm trees! Table Manners the Los Angeles Affairs begins this Wednesda…
 
I’ve admired the wonderful chef Thomasina Miers for a long time so we were thrilled to welcome her to Table Manners. Tommi kindly brought pud, but before we devoured her delicious chocolate cake with tequila and chilli, we discussed food activism, the importance of soil, Chefs for Schools, eating seasonally, food education & how to cook the perfect…
 
Greek-Cypriot comedian, actor, writer and all round brilliant funny guy Jamie Demetriou joins us on Table Manners this week. Over a rather delightful butternut squash galette (if I say so myself) and few other overzealous dishes in an attempt to wow the vegetarian, we talk about cooking for himself as a child, his dad being a chef, the importance o…
 
This week we welcome American DJ & superstar record producer Diplo to Clapham. We talk all about him growing up in Florida, eating endless amounts of shrimp, growing his own Avocados, eating canned food as a child & how to make the most of an all-you-can-eat buffet. Chatting over a delicious cheese & charcuterie board (to be discussed in the pod!) …
 
We did EVERYTHING in our power to get this guy in mum's kitchen, but covid had other ideas…however - the man, the legend, THE Michael Buble joins us on Table Manners on Zoom this week and he did not disappoint. We spoke about Michael’s discovery of Dishoom in London, his Nonna’s red sauce risotto, Sunday BBQs in Buenos Aires, how he met his wife, h…
 
AD. Thanks to PayPal we’re serving up an extra episode this week – a special bonus ep with the wonderful Candice Brathwaite who joins us to talk about her recent mission in empowering and encouraging people to open up conversations about money. In this honest podcast, we talk about her Carribean heritage, Saturday soup, her love of oysters & seafoo…
 
On today's special episode we speak to Ukrainian chef and activist Olia Hercules and Russian chef, podcaster and writer Alissa Timoshkina. Olia and Alissa are best friends who have joined forces and set up #CookforUkraine, a culinary campaign encouraging people to cook traditional Ukrainian and eastern European food to raise money to support the hu…
 
We have wanted this woman since the start of Table Manners.. she’s been on the hit list since day one and finally, we have her! The one, the only, Dame Joanna Lumley popped over to Clapham for a vegetable pie & some poached pears and it was quite frankly, absolutely fabulous. Joanna talks to us about growing up in India, being addicted to limes, he…
 
Bleary eyed after our big win, we welcomed our first AC12 guest, Steve Arnott.. better known as Martin Compston onto Table Manners. As Line of Duty’s biggest fan, mum was in her element serving up delicious lamb & pistachio and only slightly disappointed not to hear an Essex accent from our Scottish guest. We talk to Martin about his obsession with…
 
We have a living legend on the podcast this week, Mr Elvis Costello OBE! Jessie was in charge of cooking this time so Lennie was relaxed and raring to go. We talk about his musical family background, meeting his wife Diana Krall for the first time in front of an audience of millions, eating his mum’s Goulash as a child & paying for his first guitar…
 
Thanks to the cool-ification of Indian food, traditional ingredients from the subcontinent, like turmeric and ghee, are now repackaged and resold in Western and Westernized markets as if they were “new” discoveries. Cleaned up, minimalistic design labels are often employed to give the familiar and unfamiliar look, and conceal what one can argue is …
 
And just like that, we are BACK! LIVE from my new kitchen, finally - Clapham, we’re out, New Cross, we’re in! And what better way to kick off the series than to spend a tequila- fuelled afternoon with today’s guest James Nesbitt (this may become a habit in this series, just call me José). Mum and I are huge fans of James, so we’re thrilled to final…
 
Beginning with a brief history of Tibetans in exile, this episode explores how food can create imaginary homelands, even if it means that authenticity itself needs to be invented and reinvented. Three Tibetans in the diaspora, Jamyang Phuntsok, Tencho Gyatso, and Nima Dorjee, are the guests on this episode. Through conversations that range from per…
 
In 1947, the British finally left India after 300 years of colonial rule. They created many arbitrary borders as they left, the most prominent of which was the line that was to separate India from Pakistan. The aftermath of this divide resulted in the greatest migration in human history, as millions made their way across hundreds of miles in the ho…
 
The Mid-Day Meal feeds millions of schoolgoing Indian children daily, and has widely been considered one of India’s most successful welfare programs. Two economists who have been instrumental in its success, Jean Drèze and Reetika Khera, will uncover the history of this program, but also remind us that because what's on plates is always political, …
 
This episode flips the script on caste and food by celebrating and exploring the food practices of caste oppressed communities. Is there such a thing as “Dalit cuisine?” Do Dalit chefs and food enthusiasts accept this term? What are Dalit recipes, and how have they been archived and reproduced? Can food be a site of caste abolitionism? The two gues…
 
This episode presents a micro-history of contemporary Indian kitchen design, as told by Manju Sara Rajan, the editor of a prominent design magazine, and Madhav Raman, an award-winning architect in New Delhi. We look at what lies behind the urban, aspirational dream of two kitchens — one visible and one concealed — which has roots in a historical we…
 
Devi Sankaree Govender is no stranger to South African audiences. A power investigative journalist, she has spent 28 years of her life seeking out corruption, often putting her life in danger but always holding government, companies and individuals to account. After spending 18 years on Carte Blanche, Devi made the bold move to eTV and 18 months ag…
 
Eating Capital focuses on the restaurant business in Delhi and Mumbai, an industry that, according to most experts, has irrevocably transformed due to the COVID pandemic. Cloud kitchens have exploded, and delivery, rather than dining in, has become the name of the game. In this episode I speak with an established restaurant consultant, Samir Kuckre…
 
To speak about Indian mangoes may be cliché, but because Indians never seem to tire of the subject, there’s always some juice. London-based writer, Nikesh Shukla, will humorously tell us how to devour one correctly – a skill most South Asians seem to inherently possess – while halfway justifying why our obsession for the fruit can and should live o…
 
What a belter of a guest for our series finale! The wonderful, charming and funny Rob Brydon came to see us midway through his huge UK tour; he popped over to mum’s for some spatchcock chicken, pecan pie (we recorded this episode on thanksgiving), a right old gossip and sing song. We spoke about Rob growing up in Wales, eating his grandma’s custard…
 
We decided to do something a bit different for Christmas this year; we wanted to feature you beautiful lot on Table Manners and hear all about your Christmas traditions, recipes & highlights. With the help of our pals Joe & Nick, we exchange holiday hacks and stories. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Maybe this is our New Years resolution! Gr…
 
This episode unravels the discrepancy between the illusion of oceanic abundance that our modern pescatarian diets are premised upon, and the reality of our waterways. To tell this story, I travel through Goa’s fish markets, seafood restaurants and jetties with marine biologist and Goa native – Aaron Lobo. We discuss how the modern fishing industry …
 
This is a huge huge deal. We have the living legend, the queen of the cookbook, Claudia Roden, join us on Table Manners this week. Much to mum’s delight (and instruction), Claudia provided the dish! She bought a delicious fish soup and mum made Claudia’s light as a feather yogurt cake for pud. Claudia talks to us about her latest book ‘Med’ for whi…
 
She’s a huge fan of our podcast and after several failed attempts (😜) we finally got the elegant, divine Elizabeth Day round to mums. Author, journalist, presenter & host of the hugely successful HOW TO FAIL podcast, Elizabeth talks to us about growing up in Northern Ireland, her love of potato cakes, eating Buddha bowls on repeat, being a cheese f…
 
If you don’t know who Max Martin is - well, you should - and you will quickly realise that you do in fact know most of his chart topping songs. We invite the enigmatic Swedish songwriter over to mum's for his first ever podcast. We talk about getting ready for his new musical '& Juliet' to finally get back to the West End, his love for Kiss the ban…
 
A Dutch baby and champagne was only right for this week’s guest, even if it was before noon….the iconic Billy Porter. We spoke to Billy about moving from New York and living his new life in Long Island, falling in love with musical theatre after watching ‘The Whizz’, his turkey burger speciality, working with Jade Thirlwall and MNEK on his debut si…
 
The man that does everything!! This week we welcome the wonderful Reggie Yates to Table Manners. Reggie talks to us about his West African heritage; his mum’s Ghanian cooking - we all want a bit of her special peanut soup - his love of apple crumble & growing up in north London. We chat about his wondrous career; from hosting radio shows in his bed…
 
It's officially Autumn – our favourite time of the year – and what better way to celebrate it than to get my good pal Laura Jackson over to mum's for a good old hearty seasonal meal. This bonus episode is sponsored by Sainsbury's & their fantastic new Autumn Edition Taste The Difference range. We tucked into truffle houmous, chicken with a delish t…
 
Zooming in from New York, this week we have American supermodel and actress Emily Ratajkowski on Table Manners. Born in London, raised in California & childhood summers spent in Europe, Emily talks to us about her favourite food across the globe. We discuss baby led weaning with her son, pumpkin pie pregnancy cravings & where to get the best gin ma…
 
It was an HONOUR to have our first little mixer in the house! We welcome the wonderful Jade Thirlwall to mum's for her fave meal, a roast chicken dinner with all the trimmings. Jade turned up in full glam after a long photo shoot so it was just what the doctor ordered for our girl. She talks about her mum’s mince pies - and not the Christmas kind -…
 
This week we welcome mum’s new best friend, Hilary Whitehall with husband Michael, son Jack and a doll called Winston round to Clapham for a spot of Lebanese lamb. Jack talks to us about his lockdown venture Food Slut, his misjudged drinks & canapés parties at Manchester University & how he got into stand up comedy. We talk about Hilary’s home cook…
 
So this week is absolutely golden in every sense of the word … we welcome the king of knitting & GOLD Olympic award winner Tom Daley to mum's for lamb and dauphinois. The Plymouth born diver talks to us about his Tokyo Olympics experience, his childhood desire to be a pilot, how he met his husband Lance and their first kiss. We chat about the impor…
 
And just like that, we are BACK and ready to take over your Wednesdays! We hope you all had a lovely summer; Mum has enjoyed plenty of holidays and I had a baby. We’ve got some AMAZING guests lined up for you for this series and what better way to start that with fellow foodie, Hollywood star and absolute gent, Stanley Tucci. Stanley talks to us ab…
 
This week we have one more serving of extra helpings for you. This second episode includes some more of our favourite bits from the past year and a previously unheard conversation with Dan Levy. Hear will.i.am telling us about his Mum’s cooking and Lennie getting the giggles about muff diving @themuffkitchen! Tom Jones lets us in on some of Elvis’s…
 
Despite the different lockdowns and restrictions we’ve had over the past year, we’ve kept going and it’s been an absolutely stellar year of Table Manners with such fabulous guests from all around the world. Whilst we gear up to Series 12 (how did that happen?!) we’ve put together a couple of episodes of highlights to serve up as an extra helping. I…
 
To end the series we have another first for Table Manners... a Satirist, the hilarious Munya Chawawa on this week's podcast. Munya talks to us about his Zimbabwean upbringing & his love of Sadza. We discuss crying over Blue songs, crashing Tinder, Watermelon Daiquiris, his wish to marry Baby Spice & falling in love on the radio. We love his parodie…
 
We welcome back one of our very first Table Manners guests this week.. a relatively unknown - but cracking chap - the one and only Ed Sheeran. Gorgeous Ed joins us over zoom for an almighty catch-up. We discuss his wedding food (that I really indulged in), how to drink vintage wine, cups of tomato soup before bed, his wife Cherry’s vegetable garden…
 
This week we welcome my daughter’s absolute favourite, Lauren Mayberry from the fantastic Chvrches to Table Manners. The Scottish singer zooms in from LA and talks to us all about living in California, searching LA for the best curry, her mums ‘rats-pooey’, eating nachos with her dad, her love of creme eggs and she introduced me to ice cream clowns…
 
Arya Stark is in the kitchen!! We’ve been after the brilliant Maisie Williams for a long time and finally she’s here. Fashionista and queen of Game Of Thrones talks to us about her upcoming role in Danny Boyle's ‘Pistol’, spending lockdown in France, going to Pizza Express with her mum and growing her own vegetables. She’s been in GOT since the age…
 
Yes, we agree. We are getting inundated by POPIA messages all over the place. And as we much as don’t like adding to the fuss, we feel this particular aspect of POPIA isn’t sufficiently addressed. A lot of companies are missing some crucial actions to complete their immediate POPIA compliance. It is one thing to put policies in place regarding how …
 
This episode was recorded a while back but its worth the wait. Actress, author, comedian, writer, mental health activist & all round fabulous woman Ruby Wax popped over to mums for some Salmon & Ginger coriander crumb - from the cook book of yours truly. We discuss how she only ate sausages as a child, not leaving the house without honey in her han…
 
Thanks to Jameson, we’re serving you an extra tipple this week – a special bonus ep with the wonderful Tom Grennan. Whilst mum sips on a delicious Whiskey Sour cocky t (a mocktail for me!), Tom tells us about what festivals he’s hoping to play this summer, how he’s hoping to get to a Nao show and what’s he most looking forward to doing now things a…
 
This week we welcome actress, director and writer, the phenomenal Emerald Fennell round to Lennie’s for Tarragon Chicken and banana ice cream! We chat everything from her time in Call The Midwife, to writing & directing the absolute must - see Promising Young Woman and now her latest venture, writing Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical 'Cinderella’. …
 
Yesterday we tried something new. We created a compilation episode using some of our most exciting titbits from prior shows. We kept it within the HR arena and made it all about the "Top 8 things HR employees should be aware of right now." It is amazing just how many golden nuggets we’ve had lying around in our treasure chest. And we hope we’ve mad…
 
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