The Shine Radio Recipe
Radio never tasted so good
Each week Noni Needs goes across the Petersphere in search of tantalising recipes to brighten-up your cooking and tickle your taste buds.
Noni loves to eat, cook, chat and have a laugh about what we put in our bellies.
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Join Noni and share your favourite recipe or your family’s secret dish.
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Crumbles are a British basic as a pudding. Why not try rhubarb and strawberries as a summer delight.
Baking from the Lakes.
We all love a recipe book. Noni Needs visits One Tree Books for Inspiration for This Week’s Shine Radio Recipe.
Faking food to make it seem like something you used to be able to buy and eat during the war. It’s incredible what people had to endure and amazing creative and efficient humans can be.
Something to Chia you up. Vegan, quick, easy and delicious
Fancy a Friday afternoon trip to Rogate. Debs Burles reveals how the Pop-up Pub came about.
Joey dreams of floral designs for her cupcakes. How does she choose what to make?
What could be better than a handwritten chocolate cake recipe, handed down from Grandmother to granddaughter…And made with Love.
As all the Pubs are opening, There’s also a new Pop-up pub, in Rogate.
When you have a young family and fussy eaters you need a flapjack and a salad recipe, that both young children will both eat.
Julia a Fresh from the boat, local fishmonger, inspires with quick and easy fish recipes..
Being able to cook for yourself from a young age is what we try and teach our children. Our youngest recipe contributor yet, shows Noni how it’s done.
Need some inspiration with your garden of six gathering, Ann Saunders can help.
Discovering new food places is what we can now all do. Noni takes a trip down to the farm for a great BLT.
Try something different with your steak. The taste of Japan? Peter, Shares how with Noni Needs.
Join James and Noni as they discuss Easter celebrations and all the ways there are to cook lamb.
Steak Diane was a real luxurious treat back in the 1970’s. Expert Peter tells Noni how to revive her old favourite.
A traditional Irish Family recipe past down the generations. What better restorative, warming St Patrick’s celebratory meal than Irish stew.
“Foodie” Fairweather is here to tempt you with his memories of Mexican fare. Fajitas, a making and eating experience. Share the load -customise your own wrap.
Virtual St Patrick’s night celebration is shaping up to be a very enjoyable evening of home dining and on line entertainment! Listen to find out how you can raise money for charity and have fun.