Introducing A Bit of a Mouthful

It’s a food podcast featuring two of the MOB Kitchen team and What Willy. Give it a listen if you know what’s good for you.
Check out A Bit of a Mouthful to give your ears a five-course meal of good chat.

Hey, you! Do you like podcasts that make an actual difference? Podcasts that look at the way the world works in a different way and offer you an eye-opening and mind-altering perspective on life itself? No? Good. Because we’ve made a podcast that does pretty much the opposite of that.

A Bit of a Mouthful is a brand-new podcast that features MOB Kitchen’s very own Sophie Wyburd and Michael Sladden in conversation with that funny, funny food man Will Hughes (aka What Willy). Every episode of this pod is packed with delicious food hacks you'll actually use, all served up on a bed of fresh and nutritious chat about a range of diverse and interesting food and drink-related subjects. Every episode is also filled with a healthy amount of absolute bollocks. It’s a lot of fun, MOB.

If you’re the sort of person that loves eating food but hates the pretentious and overly considered conversations surrounding it, then this is the podcast for you. The best way I can describe it is that listening to an episode of A Bit of a Mouthful is like overhearing the table at the pub next to you and realising you’d much rather be friends with them than your own mates.

Subscribe to A Bit of a Mouthful today – it’s available everywhere you can find podcasts – and don’t forget to leave a five-star review. It’ll help us out in making more episodes and podcasts in the future and God knows that Michael could really use the ego boost.

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