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TABLE TALK: Bad manners and the new dining rules for 2020 chewed over in our weekly food vodcast

The Foodie Four are back for the latest in our Friday vodcast series – and this week they’re sharing pet hates when it comes to food as a recent survey revealed we’re a nation that doesn’t like to share.

The food and drink team – Clare Johnston, Brian Stormont, Julia Bryce and Rebecca Shearer – are on hand to brighten up every Friday with their take on topical events, as well as the local produce that’s caught their eye.

This week, they’ve been exploring some of the new rules of dining emerging as a result of technology, the pandemic and our apparent dislike of sharing our food with other people.

Also featured this week is an array of local produce, including pale ale which could help with menopause symptoms, a “soup in a bag” and a bakery treat from the north east.

The topics covered this week..

Never dunk your chip in someone else’s ketchup: The dos and don’ts at the dinner table in 2020

Why author Val McDermid recommends drinking pale ale to help with menopause symptoms

After an Aberdeen cafe launched a pizza version, here’s 10 different toppings to try on your buttery

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