Korea comes to Gloucestershire

Emma Kay writes: ‘Established in 1927; the oldest and largest Korean broadcasting station, KBS filmed me at home in Gloucestershire in September, cooking a medieval dish from The Forme of Cury and a recipe from the Yale Babylonian Collection. They also filmed parts of my vast collection of kitchenalia and interviewed me about the evolution of the British kitchen.

‘It was a sweltering day largely spent bent over a clay pot on an open fire, but the crew were delightful, extremely professional and great fun.

‘Although British audiences are unable to access KBS, many of its programmes are streamed onto YouTube for the wider world market a couple of weeks after being broadcast, so there’s a good chance you may be able to catch the final documentary in a few months’ time.’