Grace Dent: ‘The meal that made me cry with joy’
In this episodes of the Food Matters Live podcast, Stefan meets Grace Dent.
Grace is a restaurant critic, broadcaster, author and podcaster.
She is well known to audiences in the UK in particular, having written for the Guardian and Evening Standard newspapers, making regular appearances on MasterChef, and presenting The Untold, a series on BBC Radio 4.
She has also written a number of novels and her award-winning memoir “Hungry”, as well as hosting the hugely popular podcast “Comfort Eating with Grace Dent.”
Listen to the full episode to find out about the one meal that has made Grace cry with joy, why she once dressed up as a Christmas pudding, and why she generally prefers a restaurant with one Michelin star over one that has three.
Oh, and there is a quick-fire round which reveals some of her more controversial food opinions!
Grace Dent, Restaurant Critic, Author, Broadcaster
Grace Dent is an award-winning restaurant critic who regularly writes for The Guardian and is a frequent guest judge on the hit BBC show Masterchef.
Grace also hosts a chart-topping podcast, Comfort Eating, for The Guardian and has written a best-selling memoir, Hungry.
Grace has partnered with P&G Professional to reveal how hospitality businesses can impress even the toughest critics, highlighting the importance of superlative cleaning to help lift up businesses, so they can lift up their communities.