Cromer crab on the menu in popular BBC culinary panel show
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Food fans flocked to Cromer pier this week, to watch a recording of BBC Radio 4's popular culinary panel show, The Kitchen Cabinet.
Hosted by writer and broadcaster Jay Rayner, the programme was recorded in front of a packed Pavilion Theatre, with guest appearances from some of Norfolk's own food stars, including Philip and Henry Search of Cromer coffee shop Henry's, fishmonger Julie Davies, who gave a crab-dressing demonstration, and Masterchef finalist and former consultant paediatrician Tim Kinnaird, of Norwich shop Macarons and More, who made a crab-shaped macaron.
The show is recorded at locations all over the country, with Mr Rayner and a team of experts taking questions from the audience.
The panel also gives tips on food-related topics which, in the past, have ranged from producing the perfect pancake, to the correct way to store tomatoes.
The Cromer episode will be broadcast on May 5 at 10.30am.
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