Two local foodies explain how their interest in food led to TV appearances: Ozzy Beck talks about his forthcoming appearance in BBC One’s Yes Chef and Jo Christy (Miss Sue Flay) explains how her food blog led to TV and also to setting up her own company. Kitchen utensils? Tine Roche on why just saying ‘no’ might be the best response to a lot of them. We toast the new community café at the end of the Mill Road mile, previously a caffeine desert. Dave Fox from Trumpington Allotments has advice on preparing for the new growing season.
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