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Raymond Blanc with Sheila Dillon: Paying the price - Why under valuing food may cost us the earth
In a conversation with BBC's Sheila Dillon, Raymond, President of the Sustainable Restaurant Association explored the roots of his passion for produce, dread of waste and respect for the land.
Sheila Dillon is a food journalist and presenter of the BBC's Food Programme.
has been honoured by Raymond as a Sustainability Hero at the annual Sustainable Restaurant Awards.
The prize includes weekend wristband ...
The prize includes weekend wristband tickets, entry to Raymond's event 'Why undervaluing food may cost us the earth' with BBC Radio 4's Sheila Dillon, and a luxury stay at Llansantffraed Court Hotel.
The Great Taste judges, who include ...
The Great Taste judges, who include Radio 2 resident foodie Nigel Barden, as well as the legendary Charles Campion and The Food Programme's Sheila Dillon, said that Raisthorpe Manor's port has 'a gorgeous deep damson shade, lovely aromas of fruit skin with a hint of damson stone.' They continued, 'the palate is fabulous - pure, clear, simple in the sense of having great fruit clarity, yet complex from the hint of fruit stone.
Made on the Isle of Wight blog
Sheila Dillon, editor of the BBC's The Food Programme wrote a piece recently about the link between food and health.
Or indeed food and sickness.
The poor woman had been diagnosed (and has now been successfully treated for) cancer and so it was obviously much on her mind.
One of the things t...
I just would love to share ...
I just would love to share this quote with you from Sheila Dillon, producer of the renowned BBC Radio 4 Food Programme, and a regular visitor to the festival.