Gloria Lindh and Mia Steel know their food. They know how to eat it and they know how to cook it. But there are many food crimes, and therefore food criminals, among us. They purport to be delicious but fail on every level to bring joy, or sometimes even sustenance.
The ladies-who-lunch call out bad combinations, poor techniques and pitiful ingredients for the crimes that they are and attempt to set right, for once and for all, the offences committed. Ridiculously good fun, you’ll find yourself agreeing and shouting out the food crimes that boil your blood, even amongst commuters. Tasty listening.
The girls are back! A take-away length episode for you.
'We're all gonna die man! Like a bunch of melon farmers!!!!!'
- Bill Paxton - Aliens (ITV pre-watershed edit)
The food prophets cast their magic eye, check the crystal ball and consult the bones to bring you yet another cracking show!
As we waddle into the new decade, bellies aching from too many holiday dinners and shattered promises of years gone by, Gloria and Mia take you through the world of fasting. The good and bad going via the fu*kin ridiculous!
I caught Santa kissing the Crimes Against Food girls under the Christmas Tree. He was lured in by their exceedingly good biscuits and milk!
We talk about what can go wrong when you eat food at weddings.
Good Curry. No Worries.
Gloria and Mia talk everything short, flaky and filo.
Don't try cooking a book, you'll only burn the pages moron.
|1. Kitchen Essentials|
|9. The Dinner Party|
|10. Local Crimes For Local People|
|11. Rogues Gallery|
|12. Ice Cream|
|17. Tolerance and Intolerance|
|18. Food On Film|
|20. Cook Books|
|21. Pies and Pasties|
|22. AnarCurry In The UK|
|26. A New Year of Crime|
|27. Food Security|
|28. Chinese Food in the UK|
|29. Bar Snacks|
|30. Food Poisoning|
|31. The Chef and the Cook|
|34. Great Expectations|
|36. Erotic Food|
|37. Free Food|
|38. Table Manners|
|39. A Weighty Issue|