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34 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Wild Scoundrels Episode 4 - Meet Jon McGee!
This week Wild Scoundrels Tom and Jaimie are joined by Jon McGee with whose media company they will be collaborating on the TV pilot for their upcoming show 'The Wild Scoundrels Eat the Country'. Jon is an experienced media guy running many clients, he's also recently made a fishing show which has been commissioned by a large TV distributer. Apart from that he's a full on country sports enthusiast who is partial to stuffing the odd squirrel given the opportunity.
37 minutes | Mar 13, 2021
Wild Scoundrels Episode 16 - Childhood cooking memories, dog thieves and eating scraps
This week the scoundrels are talking about their childhood memories of food, their mum's cooking and their own first experiences in the kitchen. We'll be ranting about the bastards who go around stealing people's dogs and why the punishments aren't harsh enough. Do you throw away too much food and not eat the scraps? Maybe it's time to think about that. All that and the usual BS! Sit back, relax and let us bore you to tears!
53 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Wild Scoundrels Episode 15 - Forging our Way to the New Wild Scoundrels Show, and Royally taking the piss!
This week the boys are talking about local businesses including hand-dived scallops and The Forge; a Somerset metalworks specialising in cookware. Other nonsense includes a new take on Coronation chicken that royally takes the piss, and our thoughts on the recent announcement concerning Mr Potato Head. We'll be looking at some great recipe ideas, reminding those of you who don't already know about our competition to win a wild dinner and finally some very exiting news about the upcoming filming of our pilot episode; The Wild Scoundrels 'Eat The Country!' So do your Sunday with a touch of Scoundrel!
31 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Wild Scoundrels Episode 14 - Culinary adventures abroad, Mark Hix fish and Deer Liver!
This week Tom and Jaimie talk about their culinary adventures abroad including tales of goat blood, shooting fish with AK47’s, pig organ soup and tarantulas. As well as well as that we talk about meeting food hero Mark Hix and cooking up some of his delicious super fresh fish. ROASTDONATION reaches week six and this week it’s deer liver and Tom gets some great advice on how to make a pie!
37 minutes | Feb 6, 2021
Wild Scoundrels Episode 13 - Roast Donation, Good Good Game, Seaweed and Sobriety.
The Wild Scoundrels Podcast returns with a new name for a new year. The boys have not been resting on their laurels but rather doing their bit for those less fortunate than themselves and getting out and about with #Roastdonation . Tom and Jaimie have been good little boys and stayed off the booze for a while (not very scoundrel) but they need to be fighting fit when it comes to shooting first episode of the new series 'The Wild Scoundrels Eat The Country' as soon as the lockdown comes to an end. As well as cooking they're looking forward to getting out and about, foraging wild food, meeting bonkers food people and just shooting the breeze.
52 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 12 - Sustainability not Substantial Meals!
This week we'll be talking to Corinna Pyke from Borough Wines about their commitment to sustainability with zero waste shops and refill/reuse bottles. Jaimie has been find out the history behind the humble Scotch Egg and this leads to a protracted rant by Tom about 'Substantial Meals in Pubs'. Jaimie has been making bullshots with gin and venison carpaccio with children (not eating children, they helped). Tom has been sampling food at Borough Market and missing out on the action as Jaimie bombs around the Quantocks in lots of fun vehicles. Get involved!
50 minutes | Nov 21, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 11 - Toby Milne & James Blunt's Beautiful Boozer & The Snail Queen of Somerset
This week we've got a couple of special guests on the Podcast; Firstly Toby the landlord and co-owner of The Fox & Pheasant pub in Chelsea. Toby's business partner is James Blunt and together they've saved this gem of a boozer from being turned into residential houses that only rich people can afford. Toby's story is super relevant to anyone who either works in the pub/restaurant trade or just misses going into a pub without being interrogated and dressing like a dental nurse. We also chat to one of our favourite producers; Lyn Paxman from www.Somersetescargot.co.uk . Her story is very inspirational to anyone who's got a bit of land and wants to try something different. Unsure about Alpacas and Goats Lyn chose to farm snails and has made a neat little business out of these garden gastro delights. She too has struggled with Covid and the setbacks for the F&B trade but she's dug her heels in and is determined to make a go of it. Hear her story this week. Jaimie and Tom will talk about what they've been cooking, upcoming adventures driving Land Rovers from Exmoor Trim and Gators from Mason Kings as well as some thoughts on Christmas content and food tips for the upcoming seasonal period...assuming we get one that is!
25 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 10 - Say Your Prayers for a Fox-Sh*t Partridge!
A shorter podcast this week, small but perfectly formed. Jaimie talks about his Keith Floyd style fish stew with just about everything that swims rammed into it with some wine, love and of course anchovies (AKA 'Little Buggers') . It's fair to say that alcohol was taken before and throughout this recording as will be self evident on listening. We also talk about some of the adventures we had in the summer and how things don't always go to plan and how cooking outside can be perilous on account of certain unsavoury items found on the ground. Finally a quick recipe using partridge breasts from Waitrose and some Oyster Mushrooms to make a risotto. Right then...off we go.
58 minutes | Nov 7, 2020
Episode 9 - Where have you been? Not at the Gym...At the Gin!
Finally the Wild Bastards are back with a new episode. It's been a long time but we've been busy. Covid, the weather, money...all kinds of Shit have held us up but we're back and we're staying back! This week we talk about what we've been up to and what we're planning to do. A big thank you to all the people we've worked with and have helped us on this adventure. We meet special guest Ranald from Leith Distillery who is one of the brains behind Lind & Lime Gin which is so delicious even a gin-hater like Jaimie likes it. And finally it's our first ever super exciting competition with a chance for one lucky listener to win a bottle of Lind & Lime Gin...isn't that amazing. Are you not entertained?
40 minutes | Jul 26, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 8 - Rob Hawker Venison, Beech Ridge Duck, Ellises Farm and Afribox Biltong
This week we're at Taunton's Farmers Market as it emerges from the lockdown fighting fit full of fresh and delicious local produce. We meet Donna from Ellises farm who came to the town week after week all on her own to sell her pork during the dark days of seclusion. Rob Hawker, a man who knows about as much as there is to know about deer and venison, who's produce is just mind blowing in its quality. Jaimie cooks Rob's venison plus a duck breast from Beech Ridge Farm which was just supreme quality. And finally a chance encounter with Martin from Afribox. Martin makes mouth watering biltong in the traditional way, so much so that the South African community in the Southwest come from miles around to buy his produce. Oh, and Tom's mackerel get cooked on the BBQ with a parsley, red onion and olive oil sauce. Get involved!
49 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 7 - Snails, Seaweed, Social Distancing and Seasonal Stuff.
This week the Wild Bastards find themselves in the same building for once. Tom has been around the Southwest coast filming the beautiful countryside and catching a few fish. We meet a landlord who keeps it local and has the last word in a socially distanced pub gardens and snail breeder who's far from sluggish. Jamie gets a surprise when he's asked to cook snails for the first time in his life and wine expert Howard suggests some wine to go with mackerel, duck and venison. Oh yes, and Tom ate some seaweed.
55 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 6 - Wet Fish Shop, Brazier Coffee, Murder Hornets, Date Nights and Wine Tasting
In our most packed episode to date we meet Dan from the Wet Fish Shop in Lyme Regis, Tom and Ed from Brazier Coffee in Wellington Somerset, we talk about Murder Hornets as investigated by Jon from The Dorset Food Network, Date Night Delights and why they'll get you laid, food in movies, what Jamie has been cooking this week and what Howard from WJB Wines thinks we should drink with it. Phew! If that's not enough we also look at seasonal produce; this week it's lamb and broad beans. Oh yes, and swearing of course.
47 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Episode 5 - Chefs we still tolerate, Appalling Apples and Cumin my mouth.
This week the chaps talk about TV chefs that they actually like and there aren't many. Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsey and Nigella all get a mention as heroes. Dan tries out a rather bizarre hangover cure suggested by Jamie Oliver. We talk about imported food vs local and how some imports seem to be environmentally and sustainably crazy. Things get a bit heated when Dan suggests that the Romans invented cider! Veg boxes like 'Hello Fresh' also get a grilling on their decidedly unfresh credentials. We find out what veg is in season, what's growing in Jaimie's garden and who's cooking what.
52 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
Wild Bastards Episode 4 - Loaders Cider, Exmoor Ham and Coriander is a Bastard!
This week dive, quite literally, into the the world of cider. Gamey Jaimie has been out and about meeting Paul and Helen who make Loader's traditional farmhouse cider in a sustainable and non chemical way. It's craft cider at it its best and rather strong too as Jaimie demonstrates ably on the podcast. He also visited Chris from the Exmoor Ham Company who cooks his ham with nettles. Finally Dan and the boys talk about coriander and other things we love or hate. Jaimie talks about his rather torrid holiday in Morocco. Cider is consumed throughout!
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