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The Cookbook Circle

Hannah & Victoria @ The Cookbook Circle

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The Cookbook Circle is here to help you rediscover those cookbooks that you already have at home. We combed through every possible list of ‘best cookbooks’, and created our own master list. In each episode of The Cookbook Circle, we’ll pick one book and decipher its genius. We’ll read it cover-to-cover, cook a few of the recipes each and report back on what we loved, what we didn’t, and let you know if we think it deserves a place in all those ‘best of’ lists, giving it a Cookbook Circle mar ...
 
At your cervix is a podcast dedicated to pelvic and women's health issues such as incontinence, pelvic pain or sexual dysfunction. Shrouded in stigma, these issues are often poorly understood and considered embarrassing or taboo resulting in a delay accessing help. Gráinne Donnelly and Emma Brockwell are two pelvic health physiotherapists on a mission to myth bust, empower and educate the public, health and fitness professionals about pelvic health. Join as they converse honestly and authent ...
 
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Stand mixer? Check. Piping bags? Check. A minor kitchen disaster? Check. We're all set for Ravneet Gill's pastry-school-in-a-book, The Pastry Chef's Guide. We love a baking book - our first since Dorie Greenspan last season - so get that sweet tooth ready and join us to find out what we made (and while we develop a big ol' crush on Ravneet). Do you…
 
Sourdough or brioche? One cheese, two cheeses, three cheeses...four? Halved lengthwise or diagonally? Molly and Declan talk about the most incorrectly named sandwich, debate butter vs. mayo, augments vs. condimenti, and whether a grilled cheese without cheddar is one at all. Special thanks to our listeners for your questions—especially those who to…
 
Strawberry or grape (or neither)? Creamy or crunchy? Is a PB&J really just a sweet dumpling? Molly and Declan debate whether a sweet sandwich is a sandwich indeed, and if this is the one place for squish bread. Special thanks to our listeners for your questions—especially those who took the time to call in. Send your burning sandwich questions (not…
 
It may be Alice's book, but Hannah and Victoria are the ones in vegetable Wonderland for this episode. We are digging deep into Alice Zaslavsky's ode to all (seriously, all) the vegetables, In Praise of Veg. It's colourful, classy and full of fun aaaand the book is interesting too... So, come down the rabbit hole and join us in Wonderland. Let us k…
 
Grab those cukes and crouts, we're about to talk all things Molly Baz, the all-American gal who you may know from Bon Appetit, and her first book, Cook This Book. We do our very best to get down with the kids (and ultimately resort to our most cynical British and Irish selves) while scanning QR codes and learning all of Molly's Golden Rules - but, …
 
We're back for Season 2 and it's a beauty of book to kick us off: Meera Sodha's ode to all things Asian and vegetarian, East. We're giddy to be back together and cooking, rating, ranting and (maybe) raving about cookbooks, so please excuse alll the tangents. In the end, all roads lead East for this one. You might have a fave Meera recipe from her b…
 
Welcome to our season finale where we are joined by world-renowned pelvic health expert Jilly Bond. Today Jilly joins us to discuss bladder pain syndrome is and what we can do about it? Jilly is also a researcher and educator based in Wales, UK, with a specialist interest in pelvic pain. She has worked clinically in various areas of the NHS, led a …
 
Why is sleep so important? What effect can a lack of sleep have on your mental and physical health? Can caffeine really affect your sleep that much? What can you do when sleep is hard to come by? These are the type of areas around sleep that we delve into with Matt Philips this week. For over ten years, Matt was part of a multidisciplinary team of …
 
In this week's episode Gráinne and Emma bring you the story of an athletes personal journey with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S).Sofia Häger is an active 30 year old mum to a 5 month old curious girl. She has always loved working out and played tennis during her teens and through college. After college running became her passion but all…
 
Meet The Well HQ, Baz, Bella and Emma – the coach, the GP and the scientist. Independently, all three have worked with women for decades – training athletes, teaching body literacy and trying to smash the taboos that block progress. In 2018 they joined forces! The Well is built on cutting-edge science, expertise and experience. In this episode, Baz…
 
This week's podcast episode was recorded for The Athletic Female course, a course that Grainne, Emma and Helen McElroy have written and produced for health and fitness professionals who work with the female athletes. You can find out more about this course by heading to www.theathelticefemale.com and or listening to season 2 where Emma, Grainne and…
 
Trigger warning - this post discusses baby loss This week Emma and Grainne are joined by mother, editor and author Georgina Lucas Emma first met Georgie in clinic when she came to see her for a postpartum check following the birth of her 2nd baby, Grey. Tragically Grey passed away when he was 21 days old. Emma treated Georgie for a long time and go…
 
Kirsty Dougal is Scottish but lives in the Cotswolds. She is 42 and works in research funding for biological sciences. Outside of work, she is passionate about horses, having previously worked in the equine industry. If money was no object she would happily spend her time outdoors cuddling horses! 4 years ago her life was turned upside down due to …
 
We open this season talking to Helen Ledwick the creator of ‘Why Mums Don’t Jump’ -- a podcast about pelvic floor problems after childbirth. She’s a former BBC journalist and a mum-of-two with pelvic organ prolapse. When delivering her second baby, Helen experienced a 3rd-degree tear and subsequent pelvic organ prolapse. Unaware of pelvic floor dys…
 
✨Special Bonus Episode ✨ Hello everyone! Some of you may know that whilst we have been having a little podcast break we have been putting together a course called The Athletic Female alongside Dr Helen McElroy! This course is all about the female athlete (no surprises there) and is an absolute passion project of ours! We wanted to tell you all abou…
 
Here it is, our final episode. We think it is an absolute cracker 😂. It’s released on Sunday (Boxing Day) - a present from us to you! Join us as we talk to Molly Galbraith founder of Girls Gone Strong, a movement dedicated to women's health, strength and empowerment and fellow pelvic health physiotherapist Marika Hart who supports Girls Gone Strong…
 
It’s taken us a whole year to get this super talented but super busy lady onto our podcast but it’s finally happened, just in time for Christmas! Elaine Miller has impressively combined art and science, to create comedy sketches and shows that break down barriers and educate men and women about their pelvic health. You may have seen her on @lorrain…
 
This week Emma and Grainne speak to Pip. Pip is a practicing NHS Midwifery Sister in the UK, an enthusiast of all things women’s health and also mum to her 9-week-old baby boy. Pip has worked across various maternity settings from community, homebirth, birthing centres and is now based on a labour ward (although she is currently on maternity leave)…
 
On today's episode, Grainne and Emma talk to leading expert and researcher Dr Margie Davenport about getting physically active and exercising during pregnancy. Advice and guidance have dramatically varied over the years around this topic. In the mid 1900s pregnancy was regarded as a state of confinement. It was believed that exercise should be disc…
 
For the past 10 years, the Food52 Editors have been answering the community's questions on the Food52 Hotline. We've debated the very best way to cut an onion, whether garlic pressing is sacrilegious, and compared notes on how to get the crispiest chicken skin. And now, we're taking those questions to the airwaves! Hosted by chef and restaurateur E…
 
It's the Cookbook Circle podcast, but imagine we've covered ourselves in gold foil and faint sleigh bells can be heard as we talk all things Christmas cookbooks! We're doing things a little bit differently for our Christmas episode - we've each picked a Christmas cookbook to cook from and review. We also share your recommendations for Christmas coo…
 
**Please be aware that during this episode baby loss is discussed which for some listeners may be particularly upsetting or triggering.**In this episode, Emma and Gráinne chat with Sarah Newman, a cervical cancer survivor and now turned cancer exercise specialist about her story. It touches on not only the trials and tribulations of facing a cancer…
 
This week Grainne and Emma are joined with Inemesit Graham a fitness professional, pregnancy, and postpartum athleticism coach. In season 1 we spoke with Illiyin Morrison, a midwife and birth trauma specialist who regularly highlights and educates about racial inequalities in healthcare. Today we wish to build upon that conversation by delving deep…
 
Here on AYC we are keen to explore and understand different cultures, belief systems, and how they impact a woman's health, her lifestyle, and her pelvic health. This week on AYC we invited fellow Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Rochelle Cowan to share her insights and experiences within the Orthodox Jewish Community. Rochelle generously discusses h…
 
Welcome back to Season 2 episode 1 of At Your Cervix- The Podcast. In this episode, Grainne and Emma are joined with Dr Sinéad Dufour, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Academic, and expert in Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). PGP (sometimes referred to as SPD) is a condition that affects at least 1 in 5 pregnant women. It can for many prove…
 
And that's a wrap on Season One! In this final episode, we take a look back at the season, the Masterlist (TM) and answer your very excellent questions for the two of us. In unsurprising news to literally everyone, we laugh, we cry (not quite), we make puns, we sing just a little too much... We also give a little teaser of what to expect in Season …
 
​​It's the final cookbook, do do do do do. We've climbed all the way to the top of masterlist mountain and we found Marcella Hazan and The Essentials of Italian Cooking. You heard that right, a book about Italian food was the top of the list!​ Find out how Marcella was teaching Italian cooking before she herself learned to cook, and more importantl…
 
For the season 1 finale, Molly and Declan recap our learnings thus far; hear from some of you on your most wild, weird, and wonderful sandos; and dream up what may be the greatest sandwich of all time. Stick around to the end—Molly and Declan call up our final winner of a year-supply of Cabot cheese! Special thanks to our listeners for your questio…
 
Shrettuce or slaw? Potato buns or sliced bread? Spicy or spicy? Molly and Declan talk about the recent resurgence in popularity of the fried chicken sandwich, the sandwich's true origin, and ease any anxieties re: at-home deep frying. Thanks to our listeners, especially those of you who called in. Send your burning sandwich questions (not burning s…
 
In this special BONUS session At Your Cervix co-host Gráinne sits down with colleagues Emir Lervy and Christen O'Neill to discuss collaborative working and personal experiences with pelvic health. They delve into the role of chiropractors specialising in pelvic health and explain what hypopressives are. If you were unaware of the varying profession…
 
We’re fulfilling all of our cookie-themed dreams with this, our penultimate book of the season. Dorie ‘cooler than Mary Berry’ Greenspan guides us along the butter-stick-paved road to baking heaven with her book, Baking: From My Home To Yours. Please be warned, this one unearths some interesting opinions about baked goods… We’d love to hear if you …
 
Team bacon or sausage? Hash browns or nah? English muffins, croissant, bagel? Molly and Declan debate the merits of bacon, sausage, ham, and pastrami (?); and find a home for the english muff. Special thanks to our listeners for your questions, especially those of you that called in. We still need your help! Send your burning sandwich questions (no…
 
Get yourself a can of tunny fish and settle in for an episode filled to the brim with tomatoes and courgettes. There's lots of fun treats for you in this episode, all about Elizabeth David's classique, French Provincial Cooking, including: ideas for your next joyful bingewatch, a snapshot of Hannah's recent holiday and Victoria's attempt at soundin…
 
Oil-packed or water-packed tuna? Can seafood be paired with cheese? Open- or closed-face? Also, Molly and Declan call up our first winner of a year-supply of Cabot cheese! Special thanks to our listeners for your questions—especially those who took the time to call in. Send your burning sandwich questions (not burning sandwich, you know what we mea…
 
Get those chickpeas soaking and your list of niche ingredients ready - Ottolenghi's back with another book this season, and this time it's with Sami Tamimi, for a culinary journey through fascinating Jerusalem. After a spate of general, encyclopedia-style books (and a whole lot of French food), we are thrilled to get cooking something a little diff…
 
How many meats is too many? What is provolone anyway? Is there an ideal lettuce-to-everything-else ratio? Molly and Declan get to the bottom of what makes—and breaks—the Italian (aka grinder, aka hoagie, aka hero, aka sub). Special thanks to our listeners for your questions—especially those who took the time to call in. Send your burning sandwich q…
 
Sourdough or brioche? One cheese, two cheeses, three cheeses...four? Halved lengthwise or diagonally? Molly and Declan talk about the most incorrectly named sandwich, debate butter vs. mayo, augments vs. condimenti, and whether a grilled cheese without cheddar is one at all. Special thanks to our listeners for your questions—especially those who to…
 
A-B-C, easy as gas-tron-o-my? We find out in this episode, all about legendary chefy encyclopedia, Larousse Gastronomique, brainchild of Prosper Montagné, with modern input from many others. We get stuck into some snacks and then our favourite topic - traditional French cooking. We recorded this episode in person for the first time ever so lots of …
 
We return to familiar territory in this episode with lots of British cooking, courtesy of the one and only Delia. We've been all about the chonky books lately and How to Cook is no exception (and approximately 75% of this is about eggs). Victoria gets to grips with some old-school classics, Hannah slacks off by cooking a measly two recipes and we l…
 
They've let us loose in the cookbook factory with this minisode! We're talking all about how some of the books we've given the Cookbook Circle treatment to this season came into being. We welcome Julie Gibbs, who has worked in publishing for more than 30 years, as the the Cookbook Circle's first guest. Julie had the unique and very special honour o…
 
Another episode, another classic! This time we're on a journey through time with Irma Rombauer's Joy of Cooking. We further our knowledge into unusual meats, go all gooey over Irma's story and please be warned - this episode has a very high cheese content! So, settle in with a peanut butter and tomato sandwich and twelve dozen cookies and feel the …
 
In the final episode of series 1, Gráinne and Emma are joined by world-renowned pelvic health physiotherapist, Michelle Lyons. Michelle has over 26 years of clinical experience and her passion is teaching clinicians and healthcare professionals how to help women live well. Her courses are always sold out and she is in huge demand around the world a…
 
In episode 12 Grainne and Emma speak to pelvic health physiotherapist Katie Richardson. Katie, originally from Ireland, lives in New Zealand and is a mother of 2, with a third baby on the way. She has also been a surrogate for her sister, which is the focus of today's chat. Katie's surrogacy journey is extraordinary, made so more complicated due to…
 
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