We're delighted to share with you, the 6th episode in the 'TFP in conversation with' series, which features people, businesses, brands and entrepreneurs from across the food & drink world - finding out more about why they do what they do, their purpose, how they see the future and how, in their way, they are championing change and shifting the future of food & drink.
In this fascinating episode (it's a little longer than usual), Charles speaks to Mark Parr, Founder & Creative Director of London Log Co. As an intrinsic part of the culinary wood and charcoal supply chain in the UK, Mark talks about his passion for forestry, his intimate account of the growth of fire cooking, the chefs involved and how it shifted from being a food cult to a food culture. In addition, Mark discusses fire cooking across all cuisines, food and wood pairings, sustainability, street food, the new wave of sophistication in fire cooking and how food history, trust and craft are all at the heart of this food cooking movement. If you're interested in cooking over fire at home, are captivated by watching live fire cooking in restaurants/street food or just enjoy a BBQ at home, you'll love this one!
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Just in case you've missed them, please see video links below to a couple of our 'TFP in conversation with...' episodes:
Look out for our next 'thefoodpeople in conversation with' where we'll be speaking to Jon Davies, Managing Director of Levy UK & Ireland, the UK's largest sports and events caterer about how sustainability and food, as well as animal welfare, are critical to the sectors recovery in the COVID-era.
For more on thefoodpeople, to find out about 'shifting the future of food & drink' or to join the TFP community visit www.thefoodpeople.co.uk