The latest episode of our podcast Scran is now live.

This week’s Scran is celebrating Christmas food, drinks and finding out more about a long-standing charitable effort to help end homelessness.

Our first guests on this Christmas episode of Scran will be sure to warm your hearts and get you laughing.

I am joined by founder of Social Bite, Josh Littlejohn MBE, and Itison founder Oliver Norman, who talk about their partnership which began six years ago.

The ‘Buy a Homeless person a meal’ at Christmas devised by Social Bite and hosted on the platform Itison sold 36,000 hot dinners in its first year and has grown ever since.

They talk about the impact of the campaign and why it never fails to surprise them.

Next, I am joined by Scotsman picture editor and food writer Catriona Thompson, who talks about all the best vegetarian and vegan finds – for those who have had one too many nut roasts.

Finally, I shares my best supermarket finds for the festive feast this Christmas.

Listen to the episode in full

 

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We’d love to hear from you for the next season’s episodes.

If you have an opinion about anything we discuss, get in touch with your comments. Drop us a message on the Scotsman Food and Drink Facebook page, or contact me on Twitter @RosalindErskine or via email using rosalind.erskine@jpimedia.co.uk.

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• Listen back to episodes from series one and episode one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty and twenty one and twenty two from series two of Scran.

 

About The Author

Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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