First Taste

Writers explore the powerful link between taste and memory.

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20051225

Writers explore the powerful link between taste and memory. 1/3. Coming of Age: Anna Pavord discusses cola in 1950s Norway and Margaret Drabble talks about garlic sausage on a school trip to Paris.

20051226

Writers explore the powerful link between taste and memory. 2/3. The Flavours of Childhood: Joanne Harris on her gran's buckwheat pancakes and Sean O'Brien on bacon fried in an unwashed pan.

20060101

Writers explore the powerful link between taste and memory. 3/3. Not So Delicious: Malorie Blackman talks about lemon meringue pie and Francis Spufford discusses hummus.

20060423

Writers explore the powerful link between taste and memory.

The Flavours of Childhood

Joanne Harris on her grandmother's buckwheat pancakes; and Sean O'Brien on bacon fried by his father in an unwashed pan.

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0101Coming Of Age20051225

Anna Pavord discusses cola in 1950s Norway and Margaret Drabble talks about garlic sausage on a school trip to Paris.

0101Coming Of Age20051225

Anna Pavord discusses cola in 1950s Norway and Margaret Drabble talks about garlic sausage on a school trip to Paris.

0102The Flavours Of Childhood2005122620060423

Joanne Harris on her gran's buckwheat pancakes and Sean O'brien on bacon fried in an unwashed pan.

0102The Flavours Of Childhood2005122620060423

Joanne Harris on her gran's buckwheat pancakes and Sean O'brien on bacon fried in an unwashed pan.

0103 LASTNot So Delicious20060101

Malorie Blackman talks about lemon meringue pie and Francis Spufford discusses hummus.

0103 LASTNot So Delicious20060101

Malorie Blackman talks about lemon meringue pie and Francis Spufford discusses hummus.