Bread & Butter with Caroline Kenyon. Caroline and her guests make sense of the world through food, from politics to farming, making and cooking. Produced by FoodFM @foodfmradio.


Bread & Butter

Keen as Mustard!

Caroline Kenyon talks to condiment king Guy Tullberg of Tracklements and chef Rachel Green about the global shortage of Dijon mustard, the history of mustard and where mustard is going in the 21st century.

Take 13!

Caroline Kenyon talks to campaigning food writer Alex Renton about his new book 13 Foods that Shape our World, a panoramic sweep of everything from oils to spices, cocoa, bread and tomatoes, taking in politics, economics, geography and power on the way

Tea for Three!

In the run up to National Cream Tea Day, Caroline Kenyon talks to three experts about the uniquely British cream tea, its evolution from aftrenoon tea, why and how it makes us happy. With Kit Kemp, Founder & Creative Director, Firmdale Hotels, Lizzie Collingham, food historian, Kimberley Wilson, psychologist and Finalist, Great British Bake Off.

Greatest Food Shots Served Up

Caroline Kenyon talks to Emma Sleight, Head of Food Content, M&S, and Liz Galbraith, creative director, about the dazzling winning images of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2022. See here for the images discussed:

Join the Kew!

Caroline Kenyon talks to Jenny Linford, acclaimed author, about her latest book, The Kew Gardens Cookbook, a glorious collection of plant-based recipes from many of the UK's greatest chefs and food writers, alongside two of the contributors, fellow food writers Sumayya Usmani and Jenny Chandler.

Takes Two to Tango

Caroline Kenyon talks to Mark Sisson, US fitness writer and food blogger, about his latest book, Two Meals Day, about how we eat too much, of the wrong kinds of food, at the wrong time of the day - and how people can break free.

Cutting a Dash

Caroline Kenyon talks to Jack Scott, co founder of Dash Drinks, which is cutting a swathe through the UK soft drinks market, about the evils of sugar and substitutes as well as the joys of wonky fruit

The Surprise of the Scottish New

Caroline Kenyon explores the world of seaweed and tea - in Scotland. Keith Paterson of Shore Seaweed and Susie Walker Munro of The Tea Gardens of Scotland share their stories of creating exciting new products and challenging preconceptions of taste

From Baghdad to Borough

Caroline Kenyon catches up with Phil Juma, whose much-acclaimed Juma Kitchen in Borough celebrates the Iraqi food of his family heritage, and hears about the emotional impact of his recent, first-ever trip to Baghdad.

Plant Power

Caroline Kenyon talks to Sam Calvert about her journey from a childhood in Zambia, to vegetarianism, veganism and now Head of Communications at the Vegan Society at a time of exponential growth in plant-based eating

A Rising Star

Caroline Kenyon talks to young chef Georgia Sommerin on International Women's Day, about cooking alongside her father James at their restaurant, Home at Penarth - and winning their first Michelin star

Banking the Farm

Caroline Kenyon catches up with Tim Coates, co founder of Oxbury, the first-ever bank dedicated to British farmers. They talk Brexit, climate change, soil and more.

Plough your own Furrow

Caroline Kenyon talks to Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, The Black Farmer, about his remarkable, highly individual journey from Jamaica to becoming one of the UK's best known farmers

Funds & the Future of Food

If you are feeling January blues, this will cheer you up! Listen up to the might of investment funds making change happen in the food system. @kenyonawards talks to Sophie Lawrence of Rathbone Greenbank about her £5trillion-worth consortium with the National Food Strategy in its sights.

Festive Italian Feasting

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, learns about Italian Christmas with Olivia Vachon, Eataly's PR and Events Manager and the Italian way of celebrating this time of year. Good wishes to all / Auguri a tutti!

Winning Women

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, explores the story behind the image which won global acclaim in the first-ever Claire Aho Award for Women Photographers, Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2021. She talks to Jussi Brofeldt, Claire Aho’s son, and Chair, AHO & SOLDAN Foundation; Marina Spironetti, winner of the Award and Martina Bartolozzi, the woman in the winning portrait.

The Claire Aho Award - in memory of Claire Aho, Finland’s greatest woman photographer - is a new award Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, which celebrated its 10th anniversary early this year and recently exhibited the winning photographers at the Royal Photographic Society in Bristol. For more details, please see - entries open until February 2022.

Nuts about food

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, explores the world of peanuts and coconuts with James Averdieck, Founder of Coconut Collaborative and Jamie Hirsh of ManiLife. We hear about their brands and their fan following.

A Slice of the Action

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon talks to Dr Nathan Myhrvold about his latest magisterial work, Modernist Pizza, which takes us through history and round the world via this universally-loved food

A Question of Taste

Caroline Kenyon explores the sense of taste with Tim D'Offay of Postcard Teas, Sarah Knowles, Master of Wine, The Wine Society, Charles Spence, experimental psychologist, Oxford University, Ed Templeton, co-founder, Carousel

Food Academies

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, speaks to Mary Quicke, Founder of the Cheese Academy and Quicke’s Cheese; and also Rupert Ponsonby, Founder of the Beer Academy.

Food on subscription

Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, speaks to Omar Meziane, Founder of performance-based nutrition company, Tweakd; and also Emily Caron, Founder of Good In Bread, an artisan bread subscription company delivering to the doorsteps of London.

Cooking for 2 & Cooking for 200

The first episode of Bread and Butter explores cooking for different numbers. Co-Founder of FoodFM, Caroline Kenyon, speaks to Orlando Murrin, distinguished food writer, president of the Guild of Food Writers and author of Two's Company; and also Rachel Green, Lincolnshire celebrity chef, TV star and distinguished caterer, having cooked for tea for the Queen for 800.

In Conversation with the Food Foundation

Caroline Kenyon talks to Anna Taylor, Executive Director of the Food Foundation, about its important work and the challenges it faces.