Show Notes; Episode 34 – Dhara Thompson of Sail Cargo & Dan Huss

The Sail Boat Project was born from a pure drive to make the world a better place. What Dhara has built is truly amazing, and it all started when he fell in love with sailing and watersports in the Western Isles of Scotland. He lived on a narrowboat for 12 years, and truly experienced how the sea can heal other humans as you will hear… The Sail Boat project has now developed into a massive project of trying to change the way cargo moves around the world for good. If you don’t believe me when I say it’s amazing, Dan Huss (a Sail Cargo customer) tunes in later on to back me up, and we all chat a bit about food, wine & the future of cargo.

Show Notes: Episode 33 – Michael Bremner of 64 Degrees

Cheffing since 16 and moving out of home, Michael Bremner has worked in his hometown in Scotland, London, Australia and Canada until eventually returning to the place he fell in love with… Brighton. His passion and love for cooking is truly inspiring – he even describes it as his ‘happy place.’ He smashed Great British Menu not once, but twice – and is full of industry knowledge vital to any of those looking to get into the industry. A story full of emotion & laughs, Michael (though too humble to say) changed the Brighton food scene forever.

Show Notes: Episode 32 – Tom Foot of Open Air Dairy

When it comes to farming – it’s hard to find someone who loves happy cows as much as Tom Foot. Tom has spent his whole life on farms, and that made him the perfect person to become a true innovator in the dairy farming industry. His 800 cows really are raised & milked in the open air, and they even get to go on a Christmas holiday every year… This week we chat about animal management, welfare and sustainability – as well the difference in intensive, indoor, robot milking and being in the open air.

Episode 31 – Kirsty Loveday of Love Drinks – Show Notes

Starting off washing pots and knocking on doors – Kirsty’s first memories of Hospitality weren’t entirely positive… But she found a real love for sales. Over the years, she’s moved from being a brand ambassador for a big company to starting her own business supporting craft beverages, reigniting her biggest priority: sticking to her values. An amazing story in which Kirsty has not only become a successful business woman (and visionary entrepreneur!) – but now shares her learnt knowledge of when to step down and take some time for SELF LOVE in the crazy hospitality world.

Episode 30 – Arthur Voelcker & Hugo Hardman of Chalkstream – Show Notes

No fishy business here, just fish AND business. Arthur Voelcker is a lover of fishing, and Hugo has built up years of experience opening and running businesses. Together, they’ve created a hugely successful artisan fish farm – changing the perception of tiny trout forever. In this weeks episode, there’s a lot of science, sustainability and cooking talk to get your teeth into.