Five Minute Food Fix Debuts As ARN And KIIS Network’s Latest Podcast Endeavour

Five Minute Food Fix Debuts As ARN And KIIS Network’s Latest Podcast Endeavour
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    KIIS FM presenter Yumi Sytnes and cookbook editor Simon Davis are here to provide a quick-fix cooking guide three times a week in this new podcast series, presented by ARN and iHeartRadio.

    Aiming to answer the age-old question, ‘What’s for dinner?’, the podcast series will air every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

    Hosts Stynes and Davis provide listeners with meal tips and preparation guides, ranging from three-ingredient meals to a super easy pasta sauce.

    Stynes, who is notable for being one third of the popular afternoon show 3pm Pick Up, said “With the new KIIS podcast 5 Minute Food Fix, Simon and I deliver bite-size inspiration that won’t break the bank but will taste amazing!”

    Podcast content & partnerships director for ARN, Stephanie Coombes, added: ” 5 Minute Food Fix is a welcome addition to our stable of fun and entertaining podcasts. Simon and Yumi first met when they worked together on Yumi’s cookbook and you can tell they’re great friends. They have wonderful chemistry, a passion for good food and they sincerely want to help people take the stress out of cooking dinner.”




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