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The Shrewsbury Biscuit Podcast: The Clocktower at Netley Hall

Alex Whiteley December 12, 2022

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Join AL as he sits down with 2 of of Shropshire’s most renown chefs Chris Burt and Liam Tinsley as they discuss the life of a chef, what it means to make food many would consider art and also, what it’s like producing high quality dishes at a grand place like Netley Hall.

This episode is split into 2 parts.

Part one: AL sits down with Netley Hall owner Harrison Poole and Chris Burt, a chef who needs no introduction in many a-kitchen across the county. Chris (along with Liam Tinsley) was tasked with putting together a menu that would welcome everyone to Netley Hall for a food experience they wouldn’t forget. This task was met with a couple of considerations. Create homely traditional food and give it a sophisticated twist. Which they have done to perfection. We discuss what it has taken to get to this point.

Part two: Liam very kindly prepared AL a beautifully cooked steak along with chips. May sound like a typical dish you could order anywhere, but there is clever twist to the meal that was completely unexpected. For this part we do a “taste-along.” AL tastes this wonderful food along with a desert like none he has ever tasted before, while talking to Liam about how life has been at Netley Hall since he and Chris took over.

I could sit here and write a full 3 page article about the time I spent at Netley Hall because it was just a marvellous day. This podcast was an absolute pleasure to put together (despite the heat fuelled blunder at the top) Liam you’re a wonderful friend and I cannot thank you enough for this!

By the way, we filmed a really good vlog to accompany this episode. It will be released on our YouTube channel from 14/12/2022 – check it out!

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