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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.
Previous podcast guests include Ed Sheeran, Nigella Lawson, Sam Smith, Cheryl Cole and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan. Jessie and Lennie have recently wrapped Season 4 which proved to be their most successful yet reaching #1 on the iTunes podcast chart and saw Table Manners consistently rated the most popular arts & food podcast in the UK.
Table Manners recent press coverage includes features in the Telegraph, Metro, Women’s Health, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Daily Express. Jessie and Lennie being were recently included in the Evening Standard’s most influential people of 2018 as well as Jessie being named ‘Best New Voice’ at the Audio Production Awards.
How do you behave when you have a music icon on your podcast? Well, you have a massive fight in front of him of course!
Aside from a small bout of bickering, we had lunch with Sir Paul and Mary McCartney and talked about 30 years of Linda McCartney’s legacy in the vegetarian food market. We hear about Mary’s adventurous childhood on tour with Wings, Paul talks about life after The Beatles and they share memories of becoming vegetarian with Linda cooking a macaroni turkey so Paul could carve something at Christmas. Lennie crowns them ‘the Vegeneers’, Paul talks about his famous margarita cocktail ‘Maccarita’ and explains the real way to eat Yorkshire puddings. He also offers us a step by step brief on how to make the perfect bagel, gives us a quick eye yoga lesson and reveals how the song Let It Be came about. We could have gone on forever!!
It was an honour and absolute pleasure to have Paul and Mary on the podcast.
Linda McCartney’s family kitchen cookbook out June 24th.
Last updated on May 15, 2021