Welsh cuisine

  • Watch Our Brand New Series the 'MUNCHIES Guide to Wales'

    In the MUNCHIES Guide to Wales, host Charlet Duboc meets the chefs, farmers, and Baked Bean Museum of Excellence owners making Wales one of the UK’s most exciting places to eat.

  • MUNCHIES Guide to Wales: Part 4

    Despite being known for incessant rain, Charlet discovers that in recent years, the Welsh valleys have developed a perfect microclimate for grape-growing.

  • MUNCHIES Guide to Wales: Part 3

    Charlet travels to the industrial town of Port Talbot to meet Captain Beany at the world’s first Baked Bean Museum of Excellence, which he runs out of his council flat.

  • MUNCHIES Guide to Wales: Part 5

    Charlet meets chef Hisae Driver to find out how she combines cockles, sewin, lamb, and seaweed with traditional Japanese ingredients to make Welsh sushi, a.k.a. “Wushi.”

  • Inside the Welsh Distillery Taking on the Irish and Scottish Whisky Dons

    Ireland may have Jameson and Scots their Scotch, but Penderyn Distillery is making a name for Welsh whisky. “The Scots do a double distillation, the Irish distil three times, but we only distil once,” says Penderyn’s Jon Tregenna.