Awwww hay!

So in this little podcast break we’re brainstorming what we can do for our future podcasts and who better to ask than you guys!!

What do you think of the podcasts so far? Do you reckon we should change up the format? Is there anything in particular you want us to cover?

Leave us a comment with your thoughts and ideas…good and bad!

P.S. There are FIVE new GRILLED podcasts coming out tomorrow where you guys can hear a little bit more about the origins of Sorted in a podcast EACH from Barry, Jamie, Mike, Ben and James…and it gets PERSONAL.

See ya there x


  1. Counterpoint40

    Loving the show guys, great work! Especially the handoff challenges — seeing the guys flabbergasted, flustered, and freaked-out is just good entertainment.
    How about a competition where all the ingredients have to be canned, dried, or frozen — no lovely fresh ingredients at all.
    Or a challenge between two teams of one chef and one normal — everyone goes shopping separately and the team has to use all the ingredients.

  2. Nah651

    I loved the video formate, it was just nice to see the reactions, also maybe you should call it “food for thought” if that’s not too cheesy or cliché, or “Weekly Rations” or “Fodder for Musing” or “The Musing Menu” or my favorite to say ” The Quibble Nibble”

    • Nah651

      format**** ( study medieval English I add E’s to everything now…)

  3. Boron

    Hey dude’s and dudette’s

    Wanted to cooked up the beetroot in beef dripping for the family tonight, but the shops didn’t have beef dripping.. Ended up using paprika and onion powder cooked off in a lil olive oil and a splash or lots of Bovril and a bit o water.

    and they loved it!!

    The shiso purple, shallot, mint, parsley, little ginger, garlic, dried oregano, lemon juice, kohi rabi and a splash of soy sauce. I finely diced and laid out on a baking sheet with lemon slices to stick in the oven and crisp up for a refreshing topping to pan fried sea bass… was ok.. Not like I grew all the ingredients .. its cool…

    the beetroot was banging!

    Lead me to think if you guys have any “don’t have that.. err close enough” moments; and if you do.. whats your go to cheats?

    Could you challenge the guys to cook something with close enough budget ingredients?

    Talking about cheats do you guys have that drunken meal you always go to? super easy one pot breakfast fixer or evening send off? Had a mate at uni that created “the beanie thing” fried onions and bell peppers with a lil garlic, ripped up sausage meat.. browned and throw in a can of beans with dash or two of soy sauce and Leon Perrins then cook till you like it. Stodgy for me with a fried egg.

    One thing that made beanie thing legendary.. every pot we cooked up had one whole Thai chili (the lil hot bar stewards you can hide). It was Russian roulette which bowl got it. Do it, don’t even make it part of the series.. let the whole crew suffer! xD

  4. jeremyhennessy

    I just finished the two podcast seasons and Grilled series, loved every minute. During your Grilled questions, you all talked about your latest Netflix and TV Series loves. Which gave me an idea for a few podcasts that might require video but may work without. What about a Mystery Theater 3000 like format, you guys are great at shooting from the hip and riffing. If you wanted to keep them food-related you could pick Chef centric films or even review some Cooking shows.

  5. I have a topic for truth vs lie. You should do an episode on the origins of pizza Margherita…

    I don’t know if it’s too easy, or if you have discussed it before, but it could be interesting if you haven’t.

    As per the format, I love how it touches on food but it’s not all about food.. it’s light and fun to listen to while I cook! 🙂
    A similar format would be, myths around food… Since Ben is so into the science of things, he could host a podcast where he debunks myths around food.

  6. aznandy

    I would love more James on the podcast. He is a treasure!

  7. elena.alexandra

    Hey, guys! I think you should make Romanian tripe soup. It’s a staple of traditional Romanian cuisine. It uses tripe (d’uh) though, and many foreigners shy away from it because of it, which is a shame, really, as it’s utterly delicious. My aunt married a German, and it took her weeks to convince him to even taste it. Now, the soup is his favorite.
    Love you, guys!

  8. Synn

    How about some allergy free food, no wheat, soy, nuts, or gluten! Though you guys choose the dish!

  9. j.hamilton

    I think there should be a Podcast tab on the website. I don’t mind clicking around but trying to find older podcasts (I’m behind, I apologize) is kind of a hassle with the way the website is currently set up.

    • Nah651

      Yes, going back to older content is a bit cumbersome on the site, it would be nice to have that go a bit smoother.

  10. kiwisacha

    hi im new but i would love to see more budget meals etc for families. alot of your recipes look ans sound amazing but have expensive ingredients. thanks from nz

  11. Mohammed

    Pass it on Ep.3 with no board clues this time.(Other small clues are OK)
    or Scrambled eggs 3 ways

  12. itsAdam

    I watch/listen to the JennaJulien podcast on YouTube and they’ve done a series of conspiracy theory podcasts. I bet there’s some weird food / drink conspiracy’s out there and if you all brought a couple to a podcast that would probably be really funny and interesting! Also a Celebrity Chef trivia episode,(or, make up funny / weird celeb chef facts mixed with real ones and guess if they’re true or not), 2 truths and a lie episode, School/uni stories episode, and check out “Clickbait roulette” on their channel! You put who?, a dramatic title, and video category in a cup each, shuffle it all up and dish out a few combos each. Then you vote for the best. I was urininating (family friendly) myself at their podcast lol. So yeah they’ve got a lot of great ones on their channel and I think with all of your guys’ personalities you can make some great podcasts on similar ideas! It would be good to just credit and say where the ideas are coming from of course, they’re nice people I’m sure they’ll have 0 objection to you guys getting inspired by them. Also maybe a drunk cast if you’re in the office late one night why not. Have fun with them!

  13. Hey guys,

    Bring back brownie points for battles!

    Also random UK based lost and hungry videos would be fun.

    Loving the podcasts, liked the videos too. Food history episodes could be fun 🙂

  14. Moo

    Hey I am visiting London for one week in August. I was wondering if you could please make a video with the places (eating and drinking) you must see in one week

  15. Mint888

    You guys could do an international series maybe once a month, talk about the different foods you’ve eaten from a certain country, what would you like to eat/ try (or not eat/try) in that country. There’s a tizzy of things you can talk about international eats.

  16. Dkaneko

    The grilled episodes were GREAT! Even better than I hoped, on par with the best conversational podcasts out there. Mike, excellent job on grilling your mates and keeping the conversation going. Team Sorted, I really appreciated your thoughtful and honest answers throughout. Whoever edited it did a great job, I liked the quiet pauses and hearing the ambient traffic noises here and there. Am looking forward to more episodes like this.

    P.S. I’m in my mid-40s and everything you all said about your 20s and 30s was great (and true). Please consider exploring non-food related topics once in a while – your perspectives on entrepreneurship, social media, UK, being in your 30s would be compelling.

  17. mcali0317

    I like the idea of being able to listen without internet! An app would be amazing, but I know it takes time and coding (*cough* cue James *cough*) but that would be really cool! I like the idea of you guys just bantering about food. Come in with a topic and just go, even if you start at A and end with Z, off topic conversations are sometimes the best! Also as I mentioned in another comment, I think it would be cool if you guys interviewed some of the viewers and “grilled” them about their involvement with food and Sorted! Or just give Mike his own podcast 😉 Keep up the great work guys!

    • sb18281

      I think instead of an app it would be great to be able to integrate it with existing podcast apps. That way it relieves a lot of the pressure of developing an app while still having the same portability and offline capability. If I remember right you can do password protected podcast feeds too, so it keeps the private/club only aspect too

  18. DreamWalker

    i would love too see you guys make a classic Canadian pie called TOURTIERE
    its a meat pie i think you guys would love it

  19. Alwaysaddvokado

    Regarding the format I haven’t really got a lot to say. The truth vs. lie(s, if you’re Barry) thing works super well and I still find it funny, informative and ever changing hence the very different subjects you bring up.
    However, to be honest, I mostly just enjoy hearing the four of you chatting about food and stuff that might or might not be related to it. If you decide just to start off talking about a specific topic and then seeing where it takes you, I would be extremely happy. I would definitely listen to that. The composition of the podcast could be more loose, if you get what i mean?

    Only actual critic i have; Please make the podcast available on other streaming platforms. The soundcloud/sorted website platform isn’t very good – sorry to say.

    Huge fan out the grilled podcasts! Absolutely amazing.
    Looking forward to see the upcoming changes to the podcasts

  20. tkcubos

    I loved the honesty and banter, it was so fun to listen to! I loved learning more about the Sorted family, but honestly… I love the little tangents :’D it’s so authentically Sorted. I am travelling quite a bit and it’s hard to access the podcasts via the website, I agree with the other comments of possibly producing an app so it isn’t easier to access the podcasts. It would be very helpful for those who want to listen to the podcasts on the go!

  21. sb18281

    Love the ideas that Susan mentioned, I think it’d be really interesting!

    Something I’d love is a better way to consume the podcasts. I’ve been slack at listening to them purely because I forget to login and check or when I want to listen to them I’m on my phone. All my current podcasts I listen to through an app so thats my first port of call for podcasts. I think even being able to consume it more easily on mobile would be fantastic!

  22. Hello, I’m having a heck of a Time trying to access the grilled podcasts. Do I need to open SoundCloud in order to hear them? I’m still not very good with Twitter or technology in general… Sorry but please help!!!

  23. Xenia97

    I‘ve loved the podcast so far and I‘m very much looking forward to more episodes!
    I think the format is great and you can definitely keep it up for another season. But I think it is going to become a tad bit repetitive. I looked at your „Common Sense“ videos on Youtube again today and maybe you could also do something similar in a podcast.
    Other than that I‘d also love to hear you guys just discuss a food-related topic. You could go from more serious problems, like the sustainability issue that Susan already mentioned below, to everyday problems like meal planning or how you deal with and minimize waste.

    Overall I just like to listen to you because you are some of the most entertaining and lovable people on the internet. Hearing you chat about anything at all will be most enjoyable!

  24. susanmaroni

    I am enjoying the truth vs. lie format, but I do feel it will get old fairly soon. I do like the idea of a cerebral podcast; you guys are more intelligent than sometimes shows in the videos.I am older probably, being of gran status, than most of the community, but I would like to see more conversation around food availability for all around the world, and for all issues around sustainability. I do love you guys. Thanks for including more James. I look forward to all your future endeavors!

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