Discover the stories of immigrant communities in the UK and the memories their food holds.
Bethan visits her auntie Brij Duggal in Birmingham to enjoy her Indian cooking and learn a little more about her family history.
Introducing Episode 2 of The Melting Potcast, an exploration of halloumi and how it came from Cyprus to become a firm British favourite.
Branca Lessa de Sa on how cooking food from your home country in your host country is an art of compromise.
Nikesh Shukla talks paying homage his late mother through cooking, and the definition of a ‘good’ immigrant.
Catherine reflects on returning to her home of Northern Ireland and the food that will always take her back.
The head chef of Mo’s Eggs on hosting London’s first Syrian brunch pop-up and making really great eggs.
Yara Rodrigues Fowler talks writing a first novel and connecting with her Brazilian heritage through cooking.
Author and journalist John McGhie discusses Norway, reindeer steak, and his latest book, White Highlands, which tackles the reparation campaign in Kenya.
Team Melting Pot share their favourite sweets and snacks to bring back from visiting their homes and families abroad.
Jess Thompson set up Migrateful to help refugees integrate in London by giving them a platform to train as chefs and share their native cuisines.
Discover the power of a simple family recipe and how food can transport this author across the world in one bite.
Introducing Episode 1 of The Melting Potcast, an exploration of hummus and how it came from the Middle East to become a firm British favourite.
The co-founder of #CookForSyria shares how she turned one dinner into a global movement.
Fadhl Alhabib cooks an Iraqi feast and shares his journey from the Calais Jungle to London.
The Oxford professor of primary care shares the South African dish that reminds him of home.
Seven ‘classic’ British dishes that immigrants have brought from around the world.
Albanian YouTuber Dea Manaj talks about her online life, visiting family in Albania and her favourite dishes.
Melting Pot speaks to Greek expats about the culture they miss the most from back home.
The Israeli chef and co-founder of London’s popular Honey & Co talks craving home and plating food with care.
How making Indian chapatis together helped one writer bond with his partner.
Melting Pot’s guide on where to eat, what to cook and everything in between.
Olivia Rook shares her five favourite Asian dishes from her travels and the best places to try them in London.
Melting Pot visited four Polish shops in London and picked the best ingredients to buy for a taste of Poland.
One writer takes on the challenge of trying the most sustainable food trend yet - eating insects. Find out how it went and where to find your own.