The Shine Radio Recipe
Radio never tasted so good
Each week Noni Needs goes across the Petersphere in search of tantalising recipes to brighten-up your cooking and tickle your taste buds.
Noni loves to eat, cook, chat and have a laugh about what we put in our bellies.
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Ben Rosling from Cheeseculture.co.uk talks about 3 Hampshire Cheese to Noni Needs. Tunsworth, Winslade and Old Winchester.
Smelly, runny or hard?
There’s tips on how to get the best from your cheese and how to choose your wine like a pro to go with you cheese.
Thanksgiving in Steep
Genevieve Hayes and Debora Harding share their menus, recipes and memories and neighbourghly love of Thanksgivng with Noni Needs.
Comfort food and a healthy dish. Who could ask for anything more?
Before lockdown 2, Kate Fairweather had cooked Noni Needs her Hawaiian Poke bowl which is deeply rooted in Japanese cuisine.
Here Kate shares her fast, easy, delicious lunch ideas. And even better, you can use leftovers.
Mandy P, shares her Parent Pickles’ secrets with Noni Needs. Have you ever made a pickle or been in one?
Cara Wassenberg talks Noni Needs through her Blueberry cake recipe. A favourite for a special occasion, like a birthday. Essential is a cream cheese frosting.
An early summer gifting idea. Noni gifts a homegrown cauliflower to her friend Tom and gets a recipe in return.
This is a Greek Cypriot family recipe, handed to Noni from her mother Christina.
“Own your own magic”. Hot off the interview trail with Jane Garvey, Mariella Frostrop, Kate Mosse and Jeremy Vine with her book, Dancing with the Octopus, The telling of a true crime.
Debut author, Debora Harding chats to Noni about her Halloween in the US in her haunted house. A fire station no less.
Sharing a fast, easy and magical chocolate chip cookie recipe.
James, Foodie Fairweather takes Noni off to Louisiana. Not literally, obviously.
The Carpenters sang about it.
Let him tempt you with Jambalaya, a very traditional Creole dish with West African, French and Spanish influences.
Bored of Rice? No such thing.