Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley

Guest Episode: Graveyard Cookies and Dollhouse Crimes

Gastropod is excited to present this guest episode—actually, two episodes—from the podcast Atlas Oscura: one all about the Spritz Cookie Gravestone and the other on the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths. Atlas Obscura is a daily celebration of the world’s most wondrous, unexpected, even strange places, from the largest organism on the planet to the world’s only museum dedicated entirely to microbes. Listen in now for a deliciously unexpected combination of recipes and graves, as well as to hear how a set of exquisite dollhouses in Baltimore, Md. shaped the field of criminal forensics.
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Bon Appétit Food People

Bon Appétit

What does “healthy eating” even mean?

It’s New Year's resolution season, which has a lot of us thinking about eating healthier. That word, “healthy,” can mean so many different things to so many different people—so much so that finding a good definition can be pretty tough. But senior food editor Christina Chaey's new series of recipes from our annual Healthyish issue are a good starting point. This week on the podcast, Christina joins Amanda to talk through what she’s been cooking so far in 2022, then associate editor Ali Francis stops by to talk medicinal mushrooms, comfort foods, and more wellness trends we’re expecting to see a lot of in the year to come.

Stuff we talk about in this episode: 

Christina Chaey’s Sticky and Spicy Baked Cauliflower recipe :

Christina Chaey’s Cheesy Tomato Beans with Broccoli Rabe recipe:

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

Mythical & Ramble

Is TikTok Ruining Food?

TikTok has influenced the world in many ways, but when it comes to food, has TikTok gone too far?
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Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

Milk Street Radio

Pickles, Life and Death: The World of Fermentation

Fermentation expert Sandor Katz takes on a journey around the globe for a look at some of the world’s greatest fermented foods. He tells us about the joys of making sauerkraut and why fermentation may hold the secret to life. Plus, cookbook author Kristina Cho guides us through classic Chinese baking at home, J. Kenji López-Alt reinvents leftover mashed potatoes, and we learn to make Japanese-style curry. Get the recipe for Japanese-Style Chicken & Vegetable Curry: want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how:  See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Sporkful

Dan Pashman and Stitcher

Jacques Pépin Is Still Teaching — And Learning

Jacques Pépin has spent his career defying expectations. By 1958, at the age of 23, he had cooked for three French presidents. But he left that life to work at a high-end restaurant in New York, then gave that up to cook at Howard Johnson's, making food for the masses. After a life-altering accident, Jacques found his next love: teaching other people how to cook. By the early ‘90s he was one of America’s best-known TV chefs. This week, Dan visits Jacques at his home in Connecticut, where the chef shares his recipe for SPAM, talks about his pandemic pivot to Instagram, and discusses the pleasures of a life spent experimenting.If you want to see photos of Jacques’s menu books, his wall of pots and pans, and more, follow Dan on Instagram.And in other big news, you can now buy tickets for our Sporkful Live event! On Wednesday, March 9, at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, Dan will be talking with the one and only J. Kenji

The Splendid Table

American Public Media

722: Staying Close, Even When Distant with Sam Sanders and more

We’re working on connecting this week with advice from Sam Sanders on making real conversation, food gifting with Deb Perelman, and the art of gathering with Priya Parker.

Climate Cuisine

Whetstone Radio Collective

Climate Cuisine is a podcast that explores how sustainable crops are used in similar climate zones around the world. In the hands of different cultures, a single ingredient can take on many wondrous forms. Staple crops are seldomly confined to time or place, and thrive where they can— if climatic conditions allow. Climate Cuisine profiles how sustainable, soil-building crops that share the same biome are grown, prepared, and eaten around the world. As the world faces alarming upward shifts in base temperature, climate-centric conversations about crops become increasingly important to the resiliency and survival of our food systems.

Inside Trader Joe's

Trader Joe's

Episode 46: 13th Annual Trader Joe's Customer Choice Awards

It’s awards season, and time for our products to walk the red carpet. The votes have been counted, and on this episode of Inside Trader Joe’s, all the winners are revealed. Favorite Entree? Check. Vegan and Vegetarian faves? Check. Favorite Overall? Check. It. Out. Listen in to find out if your favorite is a winner, or just honored to be nominated!  Transcript (PDF)

Always Hungry with Bobby Flay and Sophie Flay


Food Trucks

In this episode, Bobby & Sophie are diving deep into the world of food trucks. Listen to hear Sophie's favorite trucks from the west coast, why Bobby thinks they make for such a clever business venture, and finally, find out which famous food truck dish Bobby & Sophie are enjoying together for this conversation.
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Home Cooking

Samin Nosrat & Hrishikesh Hirway

Happy Tangsgiving! (with Camila Cabello)

We’re back for a special episode of the podcast, and we’re getting questions and giving thanks as we get ready for the high holy day of home kitchens. We got a special surprise in the form of a question from international pop superstar Camila Cabello! Also, we finally made shirts that say “Shrimp J*nga Forever!” and you can get one at

You can listen to Hrishi’s new song here, and watch his TED Talk here,

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Modernist Pizza Podcast

Modernist Cuisine / Michael Harlan Turkell

The Modernist Pizza Podcast will record the science, history, and culture of pizza, all told through in-depth interviews by host Michael Harlan Turkell, as well as insights by Nathan Myhrvold & Francisco Migoya, the coauthors of Modernist Pizza a 1700+ page book all about pizza. They’ll chew over the world’s most popular food, with the people who have been part of its storied past, and are shaping its yet to be told future. Each slice of this series examines a different piece of pizza, from its origins to evolution, deep dives into flour, sauce, and cheese, as well as the proliferation of regional styles and its boundless global influence. From Naples to New York City, South America to Japan, pop-ups to frozen mail-order pies, listen in as we talk to experts, enthusiasts, and the pizza elite who have put this humble pizza pie on the map. See for privacy and opt-out information.

One Real Good Thing with Ellie Krieger

Digitent Podcasts

You don’t have to turn your life upside down to transform it for the better—small, realistic changes will get you there in a way that sticks. In each episode, renowned nutritionist and chef Ellie Krieger dives into one key thing you can do today to propel your life in a healthier direction. In conversation with food, nutrition and lifestyle experts, plus celebrity guests and friends, Ellie maps the path to a joyful, healthy life full of flavor, one “real good” thing at a time. 

Spirit Plate

Whetstone Radio Collective

The Spirit Plate podcast is an honoring of all the Indigenous communities across Turtle Island (also known as North America) who are working to preserve and revitalize their ancestral foodways. Within the growing Indigenous food movement lies an incredible story of reclamation and intertribal solidarity; powerful yet untold examples of Native peoples resisting and thriving. Spirit Plate is a space for Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island to tell our own history and shape the narrative of our communities—especially as it relates to land and our relationships to food. Through interviews with seedkeepers, chefs, farmers and community members, this podcast will share what food justice and sovereignty looks like for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. Shiloh will discuss the social, political, and historical reasons the Indigenous food sovereignty movement is necessary, as well as what that looks like for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. She hopes this podcast will inspire you not only to think about your connection to place and how it has influenced your relationship with food, but also to build genuine relationships and stand in solidarity with the original caretakers of the place you reside.

Wine for Normal People

Wine for Normal People

Ep 408: Beaumes de Venise - the Historic, High Elevation Cru of the Southern Côtes du Rhône, The Producers' Perspective

In educational partnership with Beaumes de Venise is a small, beautiful village located in the southern Rhône Valley. It has a great history of quality and recognition for both its red wines, which are classified under the Côtes de Rhône Beaumes de Venise Cru, and its famed Muscat de Beaumes de Venise Cru, a vin doux naturel wine which is known for its exquisite flavors, elegance, and unrivaled balance. In this episode, we explore this historic region that has been making wine for more than 2600 years - the terroir, climate, wines, grapes, and where the name comes from as well (hint: not from a place with many waterways in Italy!). Photo courtesy of Beaumes de Venise Getting a firsthand account from the experts who work in the region every day is the best way to learn so for this show we have two ambassadors for Beaumes de Venise, Claude Chabran of the hig

Keep Calm and Cook On with Julia Turshen

Julia Turshen

Body Stuff with Grace Bonney

Julia and her wife, Grace Bonney, have an honest talk about body stuff.Follow-Up Links:Head here to Dinnerly and use the code 'KEEPCALM' to get $60 off of your first 4 boxes!To  pre-order Grace's upcoming book, Collective Wisdom, head here.To order signed copies of all of Julia's cookbooks, including Simply Julia, head here.To order Keep Calm & Cook On merch, head here.Mental Health Resources:For a list of anti-diet, Health at Every Size + Intuitive Eating providers for disordered-eating recovery, head here. For an additional list of Certified Intuitive Eating Counselors, head here.There are also some good low-cost support groups available, such as the Center for Discovery’s virtual groups for people of various ages and backgrounds, or Nalgona Positivity Pride’s Sage and Spoon groups for BIPOC folks ages 18 and up.Books/Authors to Follow:Fearing the Black Body:  The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina StringsBody Respect: What Conventional He


America's Test Kitchen

A disappearing food franchise. The story behind how a Vietnamese spring roll ended up on the menu of Senegalese restaurants. We take America's Test Kitchen's inquisitive and relentless approach to telling unexpected, funny, and thought-provoking narratives about food and drink. This is not a recipe show. And this is not a show about celebrity chefs or what they like to eat. Proof plunges into history, culture, science, and the psyche to uncover the hidden backstories that feed your food-obsessed brain. Hosted by Kevin Pang. A production of America's Test Kitchen.

The Genius Recipe Tapes


Your Thanksgiving Leftovers Reimagined

Referenced in this episode:Whip it up! Hana Asbrink’s Residentsgiving Hanetsuki Gyoza With Thanksgiving Leftovers (Food52)Drink it up! John deBary’s Residentsgiving Sesame Boulevardier + What to Drink Every Hour of Thanksgiving Playbook (Food52)Dress it up! We Can't Stop Staring at Nicole Crowder's Thanksgiving Table  (Food52)Eat it up! Kristen Miglore's Bert Greene's Potato Scallion Cakes (Fritterra)  (Food52)Genius-Hunter Extra Credit:Make these stunning trash terracotta vases from Nicole Crowder's favorite DIYer Genevieve VanderzeilNeed more last-minute Turkey Day recipes? Check out the full Residentsgiving Menu—aka the Thanksgiving menu of our wildest dreams—created by Food52's resident experts-slash-superheroes.Bonus! Check out  Proteau, John deBary’s non-alcoholic line of drinks available on Food52!Have a lead on something genius? Tell me all about it at    

Wine 101


How to Navigate A Wine Shop

Wine shop jitters be gone! In this Episode Keith will help you shake off the anxiety of buying wine with some solid tips to help you own your retail wine experience. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Bad Table Manners

Whetstone Radio Collective

Bad Table Manners pushes the boundaries of food storytelling in South Asia. Despite a universal love of delicious food, South Asian communities’ narratives and food practices maintain social hierarchies, caste inequalities, and racial and gender discrimination. In spanning both “high” and “low” food cultures, this podcast deconstructs monolithic notions of South Asian or “Indian” food by diving into micro contexts of households, restaurants, neighborhoods, streets and communities. It also reveals how hyper-regional and local culinary expressions are shaped by global gastronomic histories and trends. Hosted by Delhi-based anthropologist Meher Varma, Bad Table Manners is narrator-driven, ethnographic, and playful. It will take you to the seaside, through bustling markets, and the intimacy of the kitchen table in private homes. It reminds you that when good table manners are tossed, great conversation begins.

Food Network Obsessed

Food Network

Duff Goldman on Rockstar Dreams & Chaotic Cake Competitions

Duff Goldman shares how his nickname came to be and the creative forces that shape his larger-than-life cakes. He talks about the craft he is working on for his daughter, being a new father and the advice he would give to dads. Duff reveals the cover band he was in and tells a crazy story about playing with a certain Foo Fighters front-man. He shares the reason he decided to study history and philosophy in college and why, surprisingly, he didn’t learn to read properly until high school. Duff talks about why he decided to put down roots in Baltimore and the chaotic series of events that led to his show, Ace of Cakes. He shares what he feels made the show so good, his experiences lately judging and competing on festive Food Network shows and the challenges and rewards of working with kids on Kids Baking Championship. 


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Kitchen Prescription with Kelsey Nixon

Kelsey Nixon

In this cooking meets kitchen organization podcast Kelsey Nixon will help you get dinner on the table each week and discuss organizing, outfitting, and optimizing your kitchen for easy weeknight cooking. It's the podcast you listen to when you don’t know what to make for dinner! In each weekly episode Kelsey will share 3 super simple weeknight dinner recipes that are quick, simple, and loved by everyone at the table. Think sheet pan dinners, one pot meals, recipes that work for both parents AND picky eaters, and ideas that incorporate supermarket shortcut ingredients…like rotisserie chicken. In addition to recipes, Kelsey will cover time-saving kitchen organization tips that help you set up systems for success in your kitchen along with the tools and equipment you need to execute recipes in as few steps, ingredients, and dirty dishes as possible. Simply put, this podcast will help you get dinner on the table and solve your weeknight dinner woes!

Didn't I Just Feed You

Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn

Didn’t I Just Feed You?! is a candid weekly podcast about feeding our families -- because, man, kids need to eat a lot. And frequently too! Co-hosts Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn dig into everything from the high highs and low lows of meal planning to coping with picky eaters, the joys of dining out with kids to real-life wellness for families, all with a mission to make family meal time more fun and less stressful for busy parents. Armed with culinary prowess, practical advice, guest experts ranging from celebrity chefs to everyday parents in the trenches (you know, the real experts), a microphone and, yes, sometimes whiskey, Stacie and Meghan make life as the family cook easier. Or at least funnier.

Fruit Love Letters

Whetstone Radio Collective

Fruit Love Letters is a curious dive into the Anthropocene through fruit-colored glasses. Host Jessamine Starr may not be a botanist, historian, farmer or an expert on fruit, but as a chef in Atlanta she's simply had a lifetime love affair with it. So, she began penning love letters to fruit. This podcast pairs those letters with her desires to learn more. From the miraculous survival adventure of the avocado, to the nurturing personality of a fig, we’ll traverse the world of fruit through emotional meanderings and expanding a hunger for more information. Through discussions with farmers, scientists, chefs and enthusiasts, Fruit Love Letters proves that there is so much we didn’t know about fruit, from the blueberries you sprinkle on your cereal or that seemingly mundane apple snack, both in historical fact and mystique.

Hunt, Gather, Talk with Hank Shaw

Hank Shaw

Wild foods expert and cookbook author Hank Shaw's audio adventures in foraging, fishing, hunting and cooking. Season Two focuses on upland game: Pheasants, turkeys, quail, rabbits and so on. Each episode is a deep dive into that animal's biology, lore, habitat, hunting tips and of course, how to best cook them!

Food with Mark Bittman

Airwave Media

Ray Anthony Barrett Talks Art and Food

Mark talks with chef and artist Ray Anthony Barrett about the connection between art and food. Follow Ray on Instagram at @rayanthonybarrett, and you can learn more about his catering and pop-up kitchen Cinque at
This episode was sponsored by Brami Snacks ( and promo code BITTMAN30 for 30% off) and Luke's Lobster ( and promo code BITTMAN15 for 15% off).
Subscribe to Food with Mark Bittman on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and please leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts. Follow Mark on Twitter at @bittman, and on Facebook and Instagram at @markbittman. Subscribe to Mark's newsletter The Bittman Project at Submit your listener questions to Mark and Team Bittman on our toll-free listener voicemail line at (833) FOOD-POD or (833) 366-3763.
Food with Mark Bittman is part of the Airwave Media podcast network.



Holiday Kitchen Advice from Padma Lakshmi, Dorian Hunter, Nadiya Hussain, Daniel Boloud, and Anne Byrn

This year, we can welcome people safely into our homes more for the holidays than we could in 2020. So as you prepare your holiday menus, check in with some of the food world’s best talents and get some help! Join MasterChef winner Dorian Hunter, Cake Mix Doctor Anne Byrn, world-renowned chef Daniel Boulud and Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain for their advice on saving time, eliminating stress and wowing your crowd on Thanksgiving, Christmas and beyond!
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XChateau Wine Podcast

Robert Vernick, Peter Yeung

Maintaining Ex-Chateau Quality w/ Denis Houles and Erik Portanger, 1275 Collections

Having experienced the difference in taste from wines sourced ex-chateau versus the secondary market, Denis Houles, CEO of 1275 Collections, is on a mission to create a new wine asset class of pristine conditions wines. Denis and Erik Portanger, Head of Strategy at 1275 Collections, tell us about the industry-wide issues around provenance, particularly with transportation and storage, and how 1275 leverages technology and direct chateaux relationships to build a solution to keep the wines as if they never left the chateaux. Detailed Show Notes: Denis’ backgroundHe grew up in the south of France, fell in love with wine in BordeauxMIT engineering grad lived in Rome, got a Stanford MBA, and worked at McKinsey & Company in LondonBelieves in working in what you’re passionate about and founded Claret Club in 2003 - a private members club centered around wine, having chefs crafts food around the win

Radio Cherry Bombe

Cherry Bombe

Gaby Melian Says Keep Cooking, Be Happy

Gaby Melian is the home cook with the heart of gold! Since leaving the Bon Appétit test kitchen, Gaby has been working on two book projects, the first of which is out tomorrow. Titled Food-Related Stories and published by Penguin’s Pocket Change Collective, it features snippets from Gaby’s life and the lessons she’s learned along the way. She and host Kerry Diamond talk about the book as well as her upcoming cookbook and how she managed to produce it during the pandemic. They also talk about her love of empanadas, creating content for her YouTube channel and Patreon, and how her beloved pup Pucho is doing. Today’s show is supported by Territory Foods. To get healthy meals delivered right to your door, visit Use code CHERRY75 for $75 off your first three orders plus free shipping.Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Our theme song is by the band Tra La La.Subscribe to our newsletter

Cooking Up a Storm with Al Roker

Al Roker, TODAY

Introducing: The Thing About Helen & Olga

As a bonus for you, we’re sharing a special preview of The Thing About Helen & Olga, a new podcast from Dateline NBC and Keith Morrison. Helen and Olga are kindly old ladies who open their hearts and wallets to down-and-out men in Los Angeles. In a city named for angels, the two women seem heaven-sent. After one of the men is killed by a hit-and-run driver -- and then another suffers the same fate -- investigators uncover a horrifying and twisted plot that stuns even the most seasoned detectives.Listen to all six episodes of The Thing About Helen & Olga now:

Play Me a Recipe


Revisiting Anthony Falco's Onion & Olive Bread

On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom).  If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Anthony starts listing them at 2:16) before starting the episode.Onion & Olive Breadmakes 1 (12-by-16-inch) pan pizzaSicilian grandma dough900 grams high-protein flour100 grams whole-grain flour, preferably freshly milled30 grams sea salt720 grams (3 cups) water, at 65°F (18°C)100 grams starter (3 to 5 hours after feeding it at room temperature), or see note about using pre-ferment60 grams extra-virgin

Hungry Girl: Chew the Right Thing!

Lisa Lillien

162: The Spotted on Shelves Episode (Snacks Edition)

In this week’s episode, Lisa and the gang are taste-testing a slew of snacks like spicy pickle bites, cauliflower bites, crumble bars, redesigned RX Bars, tortilla chips, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, there’s not one, but two finds that score a perfect 10 on Lisa’s rating scale! Wait no more, push play now, then head on over to our Foodcast page for a list of all the products mentioned in the episode!

Malcom Reed's How To BBQ Right Podcast

Malcom Reed

Malcom and Rachelle Reed from talk about barbecue, grilling and all things delicious.



The Vinous Barley Wine Episode

This style of beer ekes wine-level alcohol content (and big flavors) out of malted barley. Anney and Lauren barrel right into the history and science of barley wine.
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Plant-Powered People Podcast

Toni Okamoto and Michelle Cehn

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

A Taste of the Past

Heritage Radio Network

Forgotten Past of Green Tea in America

It’s a little known fact that in the nineteenth century, Americans favored green teas consumed hot with milk and sugar. The teas were imported from China until Japan developed an export industry centered on the U.S. Author Robert Hellyer explores the forgotten American preference and traces the trans-Pacific tea trade from the eighteenth century forward in his book, Green with Milk and Sugar (discount code: cup20). He shares his insights on how the interconnections between Japan and the United States have influenced the daily habits of people in both countries. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support A Taste of the Past by becoming a member!A Taste of the Past is Powered by Simplecast. 

Burnt Toast


[BONUS] Holiday Baking SNAFUs with ATK's Elle Simone Scott

For the past 10 years, the Food52 Editors have been answering the community's questions on the Food52 Hotline. We've debated the very best way to cut an onion, whether garlic pressing is sacrilegious, and compared notes on how to get the crispiest chicken skin. And now, we're taking those questions to the airwaves! Hosted by chef and restaurateur Esther Choi, Hotline Offline will leave you with a better understanding of how and why recipes and chefs say what they do (and empower you to abandon those rules completely!). On this episode: ATK's Elle Simone Scott joins Esther to tackle your questions all about holiday baking.Got a question? Call ‪(518) 291-9877‬ and leave us a message on the hotline, and be sure to follow Hotline Offline so no question goes unanswered and no answer unheard.

Food for Thought: The Joys and Benefits of Living Vegan and Plant-Based

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

A Guide to Wine: Sustainable, Organic, Vegan — Oh My!

What does it mean for a wine to be labeled "sustainable," "organic," "natural," "biodynamic," or "vegan"? Can you be one without the other? What are the most important considerations when buying any agricultural product? This and A LOT MORE on today's episode of Food for Thought. Become a supporter at, and get perks!

The Kitchen Counter - Home Cooking Tips and Inspiration

Kitchen Counter Media

Demystifying Your Freezer with Andrew Zimmern

On today's episode, award winning chef, writer, television personality Andrew Zimmern stops by to talk about every home cook's love/hate relationship with their freezers. While for some the freezer represents the potential for a great meal, for many it is a source of mystery, wasted food, and even anxiety. Andrew brings some advice for home cooks looking to make the most of their freezers. For show notes on this episode, Connect with the show at: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: @TKCpodcast Email:

River Cafe Table 4


River Cafe Table 4: Al Gore

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What's Burning

Galilee Culinary Institute

Host Mitchell Davis invites experts from across the food industry and around the world to discuss reimagining culinary education. The aim is to better prepare the next generation of culinarians - amateurs and professionals alike - to understand the richness and complexity of our food culture and to inspire them to strive for excellence in whatever they do. What’s Burning is a production of the Galilee Culinary Institute’s Rosenfield School of Culinary Arts and Jewish National Fund USA.


Southern Foodways Alliance

The Kitchen Electric: Selling Power to Rural America

In this episode of Gravy, "The Kitchen Electric: Selling Power to Rural America," producer Katie Jane Fernelius looks at the role of women in campaigns for electricity and electrical appliances. She speaks with scholar Rachele Dini at the University of Roehampton about how advertising portrayed and defined the modern housewife in print ads and commercials. Then, she speaks with Hal Wallace at the Smithsonian about the government-funded campaign for rural electrification, which featured home economists like Louisan Mamer. Altogether, she learns that industrialization and electrification may have been more transformative of women’s lives than any others––for better and worse. 

The Food Chain

BBC World Service

How rationing changed me

Rationing looms large in the memories of a generation who lived through World War Two. Basic groceries were limited and getting enough food on the table became a daily challenge that went on long after the last bombs fell. Ruth Alexander brings together a German and an English woman, who grew up on opposite sides of the world’s deadliest ever conflict, to share their recollections of wartime eating. What was it like struggling to find food, how did they adapt, and how has it changed their approach to food forever?

(Picture: Ingeborg Schreib-Wywiorski and Beryl Kingston, Credit: BBC)

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Contributors: Ingeborg Schreib-Wywiorski and Beryl Kingston.

Presenter: Ruth Alexander

Producer: Sarah Stolarz

Living Homegrown Podcast with Theresa Loe

Theresa Loe

LH 172: What Happened To The Podcast and Other News

LH 172: Catching You Up On All Things Living Homegrown You are probably wondering what happened to the podcast. Right at the end of December, host Theresa Loe came out with episode 171 and then the show went radio silent for 2 months. Theresa never meant to be away this long! She recorded this special episode to explain why she was taking break, what's going on behind-the-scenes in her business and filling you in on all the good things farm fresh. This episode will catch you up on everything! You will learn: What Theresa loves about this weekly podcast About being inducted into a podcasting Hall of Fame Why she's taking a much needed break What's new on my 1892 farmstead property What's new in Living Homegrown Who she's helping with a new part of her business and SO much more...  As always, you can learn more at with links mentioned and a full transcript of the episode.

Where Wine Takes You - A Paso Wine Podcast

Adam Montiel

Ep 37: Navy Fighter Pilots & Explosive Experts – Bella Luna | Tackitt Family | Volatus

Point of Origin

iHeartPodcasts & Whetstone Media

Food Apartheid: (And Why We Don't Call it a Food Desert)

Point of Origin friends this is our last episode of the season and a very special one to capstone the season. Today we’re talking about justice in food systems, its absence within those systems and the circumstances that lead to lacking. Now, maybe you've heard heard of the term “food desert” as a means of describing these circumstances, but food apartheid is more forceful, more succinct and frankly, more accurate language. 
To discuss the importance of language specificity when discussing food justice, we have just the right guest to speak on it, the same person who coined the term, Bronx resident and activist Karen Washington. We also chat with Mr. Bryant Terry, award-winning author, chef in residence of the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, and long-time food justice activist. And finally we close with author, educator and anthropologist, Dr. Hanna Garth. We compare and contrast food systems in t

GuildSomm Podcast



In this episode, Master Sommelier Chris Tanghe explores the vast world of rum. First, he interviews Shawn Martin, Distillery Manager of Papa's Pilar Rum in Key West, who discusses the production methods used to make myriad styles of rum. Then, Chris speaks with Ian Burrell, the Global Rum Ambassador, about rum's origins in the Caribbean, how the colonial power of the Royal Navy informs the legacy of rum, and how the category continues to evolve, and more. This month’s blind tasting segment with Emily Nixon features Paula de Pano, proprietor of forthcoming wine shop Rocks + Acid in Chapel Hill. Can you identify the grape and region purely based on Paula's tasting note? Additionally, Kelly Coggins reveals the wine he presented in the Emerging Regions: Vermont & The Finger Lakes episode.  To celebrate the new year, GuildSomm is offering a membership discount to all first-time GuildSomm members. While we work hard to always keep GuildSomm membership affordable at $1

Meat Dave

Dave Williamson

Comedian Dave Williamson has become obsessed with quality BBQ through his constant travels. He has graduated from just burgers and steaks on the grill, to getting pretty good with his 900 Pound smoker in the front yard. Far from an expert, this podcast follows Dave's quest to grow from a typical tong-wielding layman into a next level Weekend Warrior of Meats. He'll talk to Pit-Masters, Butchers, fellow Meat enthusiasts, and anyone who can help Dave be the healthiest & most knowledgable Meat consumer possible. Come meet the people that can get him there, while they Meat Dave.

Special Sauce with Ed Levine

Ed Levine

T-Day Stories From The Korean Vegan, Rodney Scott, Marcia Chatelain, and Joe Yonan

On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, we hear moving Thanksgiving stories from the Korean Vegan (Joanne Lee Molinaro), pitmaster and chef-owner Rodney Scott, Pulitzer Prize winner Marcia Chatelain, and the Washington Post's Joe Yonan.   

Bartender at Large

Bartender at Large Network

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Politics of Food

DCP Entertainment / Westwood One Podcast Network

An in depth look into the intentional politicization, economics and community impact of food on a global scale. Food impacts more than just our daily nutrition and can be a way to wage wars & control populations. Through conversations with experts and everyday people, we will learn the true impact of food.

Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals

Chris Deferio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Wine Enthusiast Podcast

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Episode 107: It's No Big Deal if You Don't Drink

If you or someone you know isn't drinking alcohol for any reason at all, you have options. The non-alcoholic drinks space is evolving. Bars dedicated to booze-free hospitality offer creative menus, and there are scores of spirit-free bottles of booze, beer and wine at specialty shops and digital retailers. In this episode, Associate Managing Editor Emily Saladino explores non-alcoholic drinks culture with John deBary, a semi-retired bartender who is also an author, creator and CEO of Proteau, and cofounder and board president of Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation. They're joined by Dylan Garret, another semi-retired bartender and senior editor at Wine Enthusiast.  They discuss how the cocktail lounges of the early aughts and 2010s precipitated the rise of non-alcoholic drinks, and how those of us who do and don't drink alcohol can't raise glasses to a more inclusive scene moving forward.  FOLLOW US ON: Instagram: @wine

Your Last Meal with Rachel Belle

KIRO Seattle

Best Of with William Shatner: Sushi & Mexican Food

At 90 years old, William Shatner is an exuberant, curious, ridiculous flavor of hilarious and his chat with host Rachel Belle feels like a live improv performance with plenty of unexpected twists and turns. Shatner is best known for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek and "singing" popular songs in his signature spoken word style, but he also has strong opinions about avocado toast, considers himself a sushi connoisseur and loves beautifully made Mexican food.

So Rachel took a trip to Sushinola, one of the country's few Sinaloa style Mexican sushi restaurants, in Kent, Washington. Rolls are stuffed with carne asada, topped with pico de gallo, drizzled with housemade chipotle sauce and deep fried because co-owner Anayancy Reyes says most Mexicans are decidedly not fans of raw fish.

And psychology professor Dr Julia Hormes joins the show to share her fascinating research on cravings. Turns

The Food Programme

BBC Radio 4

Keto: Diet fad or food fix?

Dan Saladino explores keto to understand the appeal of this low carb way of eating. Featuring Gary Taubes (book) The Case for Keto), GP Dr David Unwin, Anna Tebbs (The Green Chef), Prof. Mike Lean (Glasgow University), Panagiotis Kottas (KeOntrack) and Prof. Helen Cross (Great Ormond Street Hospital).

Produced and presented by Dan Saladino.

Courtney: Beyond the Cake

Courtney Rich

Finding Strength and Strengths in Each Other with Marilee Killpack and Jessica Eraso of Gathre

Best friends and business partners, Mare and Jess are two of the most genuine women you’ll cross paths with. I wish you could have been in this interview in person to see the admiration these two have for each other, but I think you’ll get a good glimpse of it as we talk. You’ll also get a great sense of their passion and commitment to what they do. As founders of the company, Gathre, Mare and Jess created a brand that doesn’t just sell a product. Nope - these girls are on a mission to remind us all to live with intention and purpose and to clear out the clutter that distracts us from being our best selves. And yes, we’ll talk all things leather mats and home, but what you’re also going to hear is a truly wonderful example of what it means to find strength in other women AND how impactful it is to look for and lean into one another’s strengths. Sponsors:Get 10% off your first mon

History of Wine


Episode 13: California: Part 2

In California Part 2, Matthew is joined by Dave Gibbs, owner of Augustine, Mirabelle, and Sushi Note, to pen their love letter to memorable winemakers and vintage Napa wines.*This episode is brought to you by Vivino. Explore their California wine collection here:

The Clever Cookstr's Quick and Dirty Tips from the World's Best Cooks

The Clever Cookstr serves up the most timely, relevant tips from the world’s best kitchens. You’ll get a delightful mix of cooking tips from emerging and established chefs and cookbook authors, as well as exclusive insights from bakers, sommeliers, farmers, grocers, and more. Every week, Clever Cookstr provides useful information for aspiring and long-time food lovers— and for anyone who wants to get delicious homemade food on the table. If you’ve been looking for a fun, fast-paced, authoritative source of information on what’s hot in the world of food and cooking, this is it. Clever Cookstr is passionate about helping people learn to cook more, believing that time spent sharing good food is one of the most vital and enjoyable parts of life.

Pastry Arts Podcast

Pastry Arts Magazine

Matthew James Duffy: From Professional Chef to Sourdough Expert

Known as “Sourdough Duffy”, Chef Matthew James Duffy is a sourdough expert and teacher with an impressive resume. He spent over a decade working as a professionally trained chef in the some of the world’s finest kitchens, including a time at Relais & Chateaux property Langdon Hall in Ontario, Restaurant Noma in Copenhagan, as well as five years working with Chef Daniel Boulud at Café Boulud NYC and as Sous-Chef opening Café Boulud Toronto. But even as he toiled in these restaurant kitchens, Duffy was always thinking about sourdough, and how to improve the bread offerings at each restaurant. He eventually left the restaurant kitchen to pursue this passion for baking by working with well-known bakers around the world, reading a library full of bread books, and embarking on a never-ending journey of learning the craft of sourdough baking. On this quest he worked with King Arthur Flour’s bread master, Jeffrey Hamelm

The Sourdough Podcast

Michael Hilburn

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Comfort Eating with Grace Dent

The Guardian

S2 E12: Guy Garvey, musician

Grace’s final guest for season two of Comfort Eating is the Elbow frontman Guy Garvey. He tells Grace about growing up as one of seven, coping with stage fright through booze, learning to be comfortable in restaurants in his 40s, and the comfort foods that have seen him through it all

Dads Drinking Bourbon

Dads Drinking Bourbon

Interview: American Highway with Brad Paisley

The one and only Brad Paisley joins us to talk about his new whiskey brand, American Highway, and how it all got started. In true DDB fashion though, it was just two guys having an honest conversation about whiskey. Cheers and Enjoy!  Shop and use the code DADSEASON for 20% off your order. ORCA: For All of Life’s Adventures. If you’re a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at  Get in on the action at use code DADS100 for Action 24/7 to match your first deposit up to $400

The Mash Up

Bourbon Whiskey Talk

Three regular guys sharing their enthusiasm and knowledge of America's native spirit; bourbon! Each episode we review a bourbon or rye: shelfies, store picks, rare bottles, and the occasional flight. Every Friday we will bring you a new selection for your shelves along with our thoughts and spirited discussion on related trends and topics in the bourbon world. Hosts Michael Kinney, Anthony Limperos and Steven DeLucia open a bottle and travel down the rabbit hole...

Eat My Globe

Simon Majumdar

And a Partridge in a Pear Tree: The History of Christmas Food

In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, looks at the history of the food that has become so beloved of our Christmas season. If you want to know why we celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December, where mince pies or Christmas pudding originated, or the gargantuan meals of medieval royalty, then this is the episode for you. And, if you ever get into an argument about why turkeys bear that name, or if the first American colonists made Christmas illegal, listening to this episode will give you the upper hand. Merry Christmas, everyone. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us on: Website: Twitter: @EatMyGlobePcast Instagram: @EatMyGlobe Facebook: @EatMyGlobeOfficial Twitter: @SimonMajumdar Instagram: @SimonMajumdar Facebook: @SimonMajumdarPage LinkedIn: Produced by: Producergirl Productions

The Speakeasy

Heritage Radio Network

Another Christmas Miracle

Founder of new Brooklyn spot Thief, John McNulty joins us to talk about the trials of opening a bar during a pandemic and how he's hoping we can steal back lost time with the aid of a 12 foot inflatable grinch. Plus, the New York Times reports that there are rats in New York City, who knew? Please SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. Join us each week as we sit down with a wide range of hospitality and spirits experts from around the world to discuss everything that impacts our business. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM:Damon Boelte @DamonBoelteSother Teague @CreativeDrunkGreg Benson @100ProofGregSpeakeasy Podcast @SpeakeasyPodcastFOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Sother Teague @CreativeDrunk SpeakeasyRadio @SpeakeasyRadio#HRN10Years #DrinkingOnTheRadioHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Speakeasy by becoming a member!The Speakeasy is Powered by Simplecast.

The CHEF Radio Podcast

Eli Kulp

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Food 360 with Marc Murphy


Chef Marc Murphy’s debut podcast, Food 360, is a true celebration of the culinary world. With a little help from historians, fellow celebrity chefs, food writers, and more, the Chopped judge and restaurateur examines food culture from every possible angle, shedding new light on even the most familiar culinary topics. He’ll explore questions like: Why does food taste better on a white plate? How do menu layouts affect the way we order? And what does it really take to open up a restaurant? Listeners will walk away feeling smarter (and hopefully hungrier)!

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter

Susie and Peter, Masters of Wine

Burgundy 2020 Vintage Brief

Everything you need to know about the Burgundy 2020 vintage - in just 5 minutes! It's a pretty special vintage (at least something good came out of that otherwise catastrophic year...)  But is it better for white or red wines? Was it warm or cool, big or small, what styles of wine can we expect? And, most importantly, what of the prices?! In this quick-fire Q&A, Peter puts Susie on the spot, challenging her not only to sum up the wines in just 5 words but also to drink (Burgundy, of course) while she thinks - sometimes even while she's talking.  And Susie has some quite eye-opening responses...More details, photos and recommendations are on our site: Burgundy 2020 Brief show notesThis podcast is also available as a video: Burgundy 2020 Brief on YouTubeReach out to us on social media: via Instagram or Twitter.Listen to our previous (full) episode on Burgundy here: Burgundy in 2021

Dish City

WAMU 88.5

Solutions Mode

There are problems with food delivery. There's the reliance on gig laborers who say they are underpaid. Restaurants have to pay high commission fees on top of most orders. And delivery companies wind up operating on threadbare margins and still haven't turned an annual profit. Oh, and soggy fries. We haven't quite solved for that yet.

There's plenty to vent about. But, food delivery's not going anywhere. So, on our season finale: Can food delivery be better?

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Lunch Therapy

Adam Roberts

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Food Network

On the Waterfront ft. with Anne Burrell, Jeff Mauro and Duff Goldman

Head outside for the best of both worlds: breathtaking scenery with fresh air, clear skies and the most-incredible waterfront dining in the U.S. Episode content:Duff Goldman enjoys a view of paradise with a fried lobster platter fit for a king from Seafood Sam’s in Sandwich, Mass.Anne Burrell adores the sights with a meaty pasta from Cecconi's Dumbo in Brooklyn, N.Y., Jeff Mauro treats himself to a delectable roast chicken from Chicago's River Roast. At Seafood Sam's in Sandwich, Mass.,Casey Webb dreams about Mogo Korean Fusion Tacos in Asbury Park, NJ.Kardea Brown loves the seafood club at Bo Brooks in Baltimore, MD.Brad Miller heads to Santa Monica, CA for the fish and chips at Water Grill Robert Irvine’s perfect waterfront dish is the Ulele Water Works meatloaf in Tampa, FL.  Hungry for more Food Network? Go to to start your free trial today. Terms apply.

Grow Your Own Food

Shanna Smith, Garden Writer

A podcast dedicated to helping beginner gardeners grow their own fresh fruits, vegetables and even grains—whether in a back yard or on a balcony. Get helpful growing tips, recipe inspiration and more. And for more information, including how-to articles and helpful photos and videos, visit Support this podcast:

Cereal Killers

Cereal Killers

2 guys that love cereal! Scotty has extensive cereal knowledge, and Andrew loves to “crunch” and learn. They are 2 longtime coworkers that together will give you their comical review of one classic and one brand new cereal in each episode…with their hardly scientific rating system. Grab a box, bowl and spoon…and come along for the ride!

The Coffee Podcast

The Coffee Podcast

E167 | Spotlight: BBC Coffee Talk

Being on the radio is not like hosting a podcast, especially when there are callers from all over the UK calling in to ask all kinds of coffee (and non-coffee) questions. Talk about being in the hot seat at 4 in the morning. Join Jesse and BBC Radio 5 Live co-guest Paul Rooke as we cover what we wish we could have talked about on the air.Get more of The Coffee Podcast at

Japan Eats!

Heritage Radio Network

Authentic Shochu Comes From Maryland, U.S.A.

Our guest is Takatsugu 'Taka' Amano who is the co-Founder and CEO of American Shochu Company based in Silver Spring, Maryland. Shochu is a traditional Japanese spirit and it is more popular than Japanese sake in Japan. If you compare sake and shochu, 4.2% of liquor tax comes from premium sake, whereas 14.8% comes from shochu, according to the Japanese government’s data in 2019. But the number flips when it comes to overseas. In 2020, Japan exported about $212 million worth of premium sake but only $10.6 million of shochu was brought outside the country, which was just 5% of sake’s export. It is a shame because shochu is as delicious and artisanal as premium sake. That is why Taka decided to introduce the charm of shochu to America by producing his own brand in 2015. He makes 100% barley shochu with his wife Lynn Amano in Maryland and they have already won the 2020 American Craft Spirits Awards. In this episode, we will discuss why

Hotline Offline


In a cooking dilemma? Have a burning question? Host Esther Choi solves your kitchen mysteries with the help of a few food friends. Food52's 10-year-strong Hotline is now coming at you offline—call in your question to (518) 291-9877.

This Is Texas Wine

Shelly Wilfong

This Is Texas Wine seeks to amplify the great things happening in the Texas wine industry by sharing news about Texas wineries, interviews, travel tips, updates from the vineyards across the state, and wine recommendations. Host Shelly Wilfong also provides Texas-specific wine education, information on industry trends, legislative developments, and other important topics that impact the Texas wine industry from a business and economic standpoint. Follow the show on social media at @texaswinepod or email Website:


CaskStrength Media

Uncovering Evidence of Scotland's Whisky History

The excisemen of Scotland's past never found all of the illegal whisky stills being used around the country, and traces of those illicit distilleries can be found to this day...if one knows where to look. Derek Alexander knows, and he's on a mission to uncover as much of that history as possible in his role as an archaeologist with the National Trust for Scotland. His search started two decades ago with a project to uncover remains of The Glenlivet's original distillery, and that project continues to this day as well, as he tells us on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the news, the wood was flying at the Kentucky Cooperage on New Year's Day, but it wasn't from the coopers...a tornado hit the cooperage with 100mph winds. We'll have the details on that and the rest of the whisky news for the first week of 2022, along with tasting notes and a debate over whether liquor stores should be jacking up the price of Pappy Van Winkle

Vegan Hacks

Jason Kartalian

Veganize your life with this funny and informative podcast about eating plant-based in this modern world. Vegan Hacks offers reviews of veganized chain restaurants, interviews with vegan influencers, discussions of vegan products and inspiring conversation about the future of plant-based diet.

Starving for Attention with Richard and Jazmin Blais

Richard Blais

Essential Work with Andre Mack

Richard and Jazmin sit-down (virtually) with Andre Mack; renowned sommelier, winemaker and, most recently, essential worker in Brooklyn at his newly opened &Sons wine bar and market.  The guys wears a lot of hats and we get in to all of them on this episode.  Not to mention he finally settles the controversy over Taylor Pork Roll/Ham.  Plus, geek out with Richard as he asks those questions you always want to ask a sommelier from a Michelin-starred restaurant like: what's the oldest bottle you've opened or what was the most expensive bottle of wine you've sold? Come along for a inspiring talk and walk away with two solid sub sandwich recipes too.  
Thanks for listening and remember to subscribe from wherever you get your podcast episodes.  
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Wine Access Unfiltered

Wine Access Unfiltered takes you behind the bottle and into what we really love about wine: the intimate moments, unforgettable occasions, and hilarious stories that the best bottles bring about. Hosted by former PRESS wine director and Napa Valley insider Amanda McCrossin with appearances by our Master of Wine Vanessa Conlin, we’re popping corks in a whole new way: with comedians, star athletes, hit songwriters, and other wine lovers from all walks of life.

Introductory Wine Classes for Novices


A course for anyone to learn the basics of tasting, understanding and enjoying wine.

My Family Recipe

Arati Menon, Food52, Heritage Radio Network

Cornbread and the Soul of African American Cuisine with Adrian Miller

On the season finale of My Family Recipe, host Arati Menon welcomes Adrian Miller, AKA “The Soul Food Scholar.” Not many people can boast their accomplishments as a food writer, James Beard award winner, attorney and certified barbecue judge; but Adrian Miller is one-in-a-million. Adrian talks about the dishes and characters who populated his childhood and his church community in Denver, Colorado. He tells us the story of the perfect cornbread and how this recipe represents so much more history and love than its simplicity might suggest. If you’re hungry for more of this story, you can read the original essay “The No Fail Cornbread That's Slightly Sweet and Very Divine,” published by Food52. My Family Recipe is created by the Food52 Podcast Network and Heritage Radio Network, inspired by the eponymous Food52 column.

Weeknight Kitchen with Melissa Clark

American Public Media

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

wikipaz | ویکی‌پز

wikipaz | ویکی‌پز

غذا بخش جدایی ناپذیر فرهنگ زندگی ما مردمان ایران زمین است. لذت دورهمی‌های خانوادگی و دوستانه و سیری در خاطرات بی‌پایان. از ادعاهای پخت و پز تا ضیافت رستوران‌ها و غذاخوری‌های معروف. ویکی‌پز جایی برای یادگیری، بستری برای خاطرات و امکانی برای تاریخ است. هر اپیزود پادکست ویکی‌پز به یک غذای اختصاص دارد و این غذا بهانه‌ای برای سرک کشیدن در حوزه‌های مختلف فرهنگی و تاریخی مردمان ایران و سایر کشورهای جهان است.

The Sourdough Mamas Podcast

Heather Currier

Heather Currier has been helping transform busy home bakers into Sourdough Mamas through her blog, She has helped bring together a community built on hope and inspiration which empowers members to accelerate their sourdough journey.Now, Heather is bringing together stories of hope and secrets of the process in The Sourdough Mamas Podcast. You will hear from other Sourdough Mamas who have struggled time and time again but have managed to overcome obstacles to create beautiful sourdough bread. She’ll share their stories of how they did it, so you can too. You will hear from those that are using sourdough as a means of therapy, art, health, and self-reliance. She will go into detail on the entire process and chat about important topics like hydration, fermentation, kitchen tools, starter, recipes, and many other conversations to help you get the bread you deserve. Heather will also talk with sourdough baking experts and influencers ("sourdoughfluencers") to share their knowledge, answer audience questions, and give advice. The little-known trick to sourdough is to customize the process to fit your kitchen, your ingredients, and your life... and that’s exactly what we’re going to talk about in The Sourdough Mamas Podcast!

Gola: Italian Food & Beverage Culture


Risate su riso

This week Katie and Danielle add to their grain portfolio, talking about rice, its long history on the peninsula, and all the ways it's used in the Italian diet!
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The Bourbon Life

The Bourbon Life

The Bourbon Life is your source for all things Bourbon. Reviews | Events | Interviews | Lifestyle

Dinner Sisters

Dinner Sisters Podcast

A fresh take on dinner: every week real-life sisters Kate and Betsy search out, cook, laugh and compare notes on three new recipes from top food bloggers and websites like Food52 and Epicurious and chat about life in the kitchen. Kate lives in Providence, Rhode Island and cooks for a family of 2 (no kids); Betsy lives in Atlanta and cooks for a family of 5 (three kids in elementary school).

Cooking In Mexican From A to Z

Heritage Radio Network

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Trent Loos Podcast

Trent Loos

As a 6th generation U.S. farmer Trent works daily at connecting food producers and consumers.

Start Cooking

Kathy Maister

Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Learn how to make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich with this new startcooking recipe video. Bread, cheese and butter is all you will need to make this delicious sandwich. Enjoy!

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Sugar Baking Podcast

Kate H.

A podcast about home baking by a home baker. Hosted by Kate in her small London flat.

Eatweeds Podcast: For People Who Love Plants

Robin Harford

An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.

A Bar Above Podcast

Chris Tunstall - Bartender, Mixologist & Drink Designer and Julia Tunstall

Whiskey Cocktails with Snehal D'cunha Learn all about whiskey cocktails and unique flavor combinations from cocktail enthusiast and Instagram influencer, Snehal D’cunha.

The Jungle Jim's Podcast

WJJI Studio

Since Jungle Jim’s International Market is such a wonderfully mad world of flavors, we decided to create a Podcast to talk about it! Join us on a super safari as we explore the world of food, plus discuss people, art, culture, and more! We'll also be peeling back the curtain to show you some secrets about Jungle Jim's. We hope you're as excited as we are. Stay tuned as we release future episodes.

The Inside Winemaking Podcast with Jim Duane

Jim Duane: Winemaker, Grape-grower, and Wine Educator

Ep. 132: Joe Nielsen - Ram's Gate Winery

This episode of the Podcast features Joe Nielsen the winemaker from Ram’s Gate Winery in Sonoma, California. During our conversation, Joe and I discuss his path to becoming a winemaker, the Ram’s Gate wines, and the wine MBA from Sonoma State. Ram’s Gate Winery - Sonoma, California Donelan Family Wines - Sonoma, California O’Neill Vintners and Distillers - Larkspur, California Sonoma State Wine Executive MBA Program This podcast is brought you by Total Wine, a wonderland for wine, spirits, and beer lovers! No matter what’s on your holiday table, we have the wine—and the savings—to match. Here’s our recipe for a toast-worthy feast. Pop open some bubbly as guests gather ‘round. Pair baked ham with Cabernet for some tasty magic. Turkey and stuffing play nicely with Pinot Noir. Pour Riesling with apple pie for a dessert that really sings. While you’re at it, check out the Top 20 Wines of the Year and discover standout gifts fo

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

One Tan Hand Productions

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Grape Nation

Heritage Radio Network

Daniel Eddy, Winner

New Yorker Daniel Eddy jumped into the food scene in 2004. He bolted NYC after 4 years, and hooked up with Daniel Rose at critically acclaimed Spring Restaurant in Paris. He eventually headed back to the States to become the opening Chef at wine-centric Rebelle on the Bowery, where he earned a Michelin star; Walnut St Café in Philly followed. This baguette obsessed Brooklynite opened his own restaurant, Winner, in Park Slope about a week before the Pandemic; yes, he’s still going strong and has also opened wine bar Runner Up. Photo Courtesy of Clay Williams.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Grape Nation by becoming a member!The Grape Nation is Powered by Simplecast.

Cooking Issues with Dave Arnold

Cooking Issues

Virgilio Martinez

This week on Cooking Issues, Dave is joined by Peruvian chef and restaurateur Virgilio Martinez. He made his name with ingredients gathered from Peru’s highly localised microclimates, yet Virgilio Martinez, whose Lima restaurant Central is currently ranked fourth in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, is fast gaining a formidable worldwide reputation. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Arguing About Food

Nate Duncan

Olivia Duncan knows a ridiculous amount about food. Her brother Nate eats a ridiculous amount of food. Together, they examine the most pressing food questions of our age in the insane detail that only the Duncans are capable of.

Cooking with an Italian accent

Giulia Scarpaleggia

EP04 | Life in Salento: in conversation with Nina Gigante

In today’s episode we’re travelling southward, towards the heel of the boot of the Italian peninsula, Salento. Today’s guest is Nina Gigante, a wellness, food, and travel journalist, and a qualified holistic nutritionist. While we were in Salento to visit Tommaso’s family, I was continuously texting Nina to have advice on where to go, shop, and, guess what, eat. Thanks to her tips we discovered my favourite brioche in Salento.In the following conversation, you’ll hear us talking about what is home for Nina, what she likes about Mediterranean cuisine, and what to see, where to eat, and what to buy in Lecce. Nina will also give us a tip to visit a less known turquoise lake surrounded by a Martian landscape right there, in Salento. So now listen to the episode, join the conversation online, and enjoy this little preview of what a holiday in Salento feels like.Learn more about Nina Gigante here:Instagram: https://www.inst

Overeaters Anonymous

Bob Rothman

Overeaters Anonymous Speaker

Plant-Based Diet

Alternative Food Network

Chinese Medicine and Plant Based Eating

How does plant based eating fit into the practice of Chinese Medicine? What foods should we be eating in different seasons? In this episode, Ellen Goldsmith, an educator, licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, and author of Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine, discusses the basic principles of Chinese medicine and the interplay with nutrition. She explains how it differs from the Western approach and elucidates the concepts of yin and yang, qi, seasonal eating and the thermal nature and flavour of food.In this episode you’ll hear:2:30 – Basic principles of Chinese Medicine3:10 – Yin and yang explained4:25 – Role of food therapy in Chinese Medicine5:05 – Where does plant based eating fit in?5:50 – Difference between Chinese dietary therapy and the Western approach?10:20 – Seasonal eating with examples of what to eat in winter13:10 – Recipe examples from Ellen’s book18:00 – Seasonal eating for spring, summer and f



Roots of Reggae with Ziggy Marley & Shaggy

With the help of dancehall legend Shaggy and reggae legend Ziggy Marley, host Peter J. Kim looks at Jamaican cuisine and culture: from patties to patois, the origins of toasting and (quite possibly) the smoothie, the underlying current of personal and societal revolution that pulses through reggae, and what a Jamaican restaurant menu can tell you about the country's multicultural history.That's a wrap for Season 3—we'll be back in a bit, but in the meantime, check out Counterjam on Spotify for Peter's playlist of the wonderful musicians we couldn't quite squeeze into this season. 

ThirtyFifty's Level 3 Wine Podcast


1: ThirtyFifty's Level 3 Podcast Introduction

Chris Scott is a WSET L3 certified educator and this podcast is designed to help you pass the WSET Level 3 Wine Exam.

Cookbook Divas Podcast

Cookbook Divas

We explore our new and vintage collection of cookbooks with you! We'll help you find your new favorite cookbook, and reminisce about our grandmothers' vintage ones. Weekly podcast with new cookbook release roundup.

The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly

The Produce Industry Podcast

The Produce Industry is very complex and covers A to Z literally Asparagus through Zucchini. We will discuss all types of markets foreign and domestic including Supply, Demand, Logistics, Technology, Food Safety, Sustainability, Industry Categories, Market Reports and Industry news, and more!!!

Out To Lunch with Jay Rayner

Somethin' Else

One of the world’s top food critics lunches big names in a restaurant of his choosing. Crackling anecdotes and blistering chat, lubricated by killer cooking. A Somethin’ Else / Jay Rayner production. For official show merch, head to:

The Secret Life Of Cookies

The DSR Network

At The Secret Life of Cookies we know that kitchens are the heart of the home. They’re where families come together, where food comes from and where some of the best conversations take place. Kitchens are where the power is (even nasty President Jackson with his “kitchen cabinet” thought so), and where the baked goods are, which is why Marissa Rothkopf, the host, spends so much time in the kitchen. On The Secret Life of Cookies we will bring you into those conversations with some smart, interesting people who like to cook and have something to say. Pull up a chair up at our kitchen table, and join us as we cook and discuss the important issues of today.    Marissa Rothkopf is a professionally trained chef and food writer who has done everything from restaurant reviews for the New York Times to writing a column on kitchen gadgets for Newsweek. She teaches journalism at Montclair State University and gets nervous when asked to make custard. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Crumb - Bake from Scratch

Brian Hart Hoffman

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Pitmaster, an Old Virginia Smoke Podcast

Chris Sedenka

Welcome to Pitmaster, an Old Virginia Smoke Podcast. Each episode, OVS Pitmaster Luke Darnell will deconstruct world-class pitmasters to extract the tactics, tools, and routines you can use at home in your backyard and in the competition BBQ world. This includes morning routines, habits, tricks, and much more. Find out what’s challenged the world’s best pitmasters, how they handle adversity, and where they turn to for advice and counsel. You won’t want to miss this very entertaining, educational and totally different BBQ podcast.

The Pizza Podcast

Nino Coniglio

For years multiple networks have asked Nino Coniglio to put together a Podcast about pizza— but he figured he could only talk about sauce and cheese so many times before it became redundant. Luckily a lightbulb went off last month that we should create a podcast that’s about pizza in every way, including the pizza makers and their stories! Each one of you has a unique origin story relating to pizza that we want to explore and share with not only the pizza community that we know and love, but also, anyone in the world who loves pizza! Support this podcast:

The Agave Social Club

Doug Price

Alberto Partida and Gran Reserva De Don Alberto and Amatitena

I speak with Alberto Partida as we discuss his first batch of tequila at age 12, college in France and how he is honoring his Grandfather with Don Reserva De Don Alberto. We also talk about his brand new certified additive free Amatitena Tequila Blanco.  You can follow Alberto on Instagram @apartida1477. A big thanks to our sponsor Sip Tequila. You can purchase Don Alberto and other great tequilas by clicking Be sure to follow me on Instagram @agavesocialclub and check out my YouTube channel for more great content. 

The Hot Slice

Pizza Today

85. Pizza Man Dan Collier

Pizza Man Dan Collier is one of the most respected voices in the pizzeria business. We talk Pizza Expo education, how he’s growing through internal franchising and what’s next for his California-based Pizza Man Dan’s. And, of course, we get the skinny on all of his pizza swag, including the famous pizza Corvette.

The Plant Remedy

Chef Bai

The Plant Remedy Podcast is a place where you can learn new tools to find your very own remedy. Best selling author + professional plant based chef Bailey Ruskus (aka Chef Bai) sits down with other chefs, healers, doctors, entrepreneurs, environmentalists, professional athletes, and change makers who are making this world a better, healthier, and more aware place. We dive deep on topics like reversing diseases through a plant-based diet, climate change, hormonal health, psychedelics, and so much more.

Basic Brewing Radio

James Spencer

Basic Brewing Radio is a weekly show about the basics of brewing beer in your own home. We take the mystery and fear out of brewing the best beer in the world. Look for our podcast in the iTunes Music Store - it's free!

Ancestral Kitchen

Alison Kay & Andrea Huehnerhoff

The Ancestral Kitchen is a twice-monthly podcast hosted by Alison, a European town-dweller and Andrea, living on a newly-created family farm in northwest Washington state. Pull up a chair at the table and join us as we talk about eating, cooking and living with ancient ancestral food wisdom in a modern-world kitchen. Find us both on Instagram: Andrea: Alison: Podcast theme and audio production by Robert Michael Kay, find him at

Modernist BreadCrumbs

Heritage Radio Network

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Shaun O'Loughlin, Justin Grant, Maddie Cassidy

Hosted by Global Seafood Alliance’s Shaun O’Loughlin, Justin Grant, and Maddie Cassidy, Aquademia is your go-to podcast for a fresh take on all things seafood. The podcast aims to educate consumers and industry professionals on how seafood is connected with the issues facing our planet, what consumers can do to help, and arm them with the knowledge to make better seafood choices! Each episode will feature interviews from professionals of many disciplines to demonstrate how deeply seafood is connected with our world. From seafood industry professionals to environmental scientists to chefs, all voices will be included.

The Kitchen Cabinet

BBC Radio 4

Home Economics: Episode 45

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits. For the final episode of this series, Rachel McCormack, Sumayya Usmani, Jeremy Pang and Dr Annie Gray take questions from a virtual audience.

The series goes out with a bang as our panellists tell some flaming hot stories from the kitchen. They also talk through some eggcellent recipes, and share their top tips for the perfect chicken kiev (that's chicken Kevin to some).

The panel is joined this week by drinks expert Alice Lascelles who educates the team on cocktail garnish dos and don'ts, and tells us how to make the perfect Irish coffee to see us through the winter months.

Producer: Hannah Newton
Assistant Producer: Bethany Hocken

A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

The Rumcast

Will Hoekenga and John Gulla

Explore the world of rum by hearing from the people who are shaping it.


Holden Wilson

HOF Episode 28: The Ancient History of Chefs

Everyone knows the saying about what the world’s “oldest profession” is, but you will find a very close runner up in the kitchen. The history of those who cook professionally to make their living goes way, way back to the origins of civilization itself. It’s another epic journey across the ages, this time with a … Continue reading "HOF Episode 28: The Ancient History of Chefs"

Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg (by Food Tank)

Food Tank

Food Tank's Danielle Nierenberg chats with the most important folks in the food industry about the most important food news, released every Thursday.

The Brewing Network Presents | Brew Strong

Justin Crossley

Brew Strong | Question and Answer

On today's show, Jamil and John dig into those homebrew questions nobody else is qualified to answer! Well, nobody within arms distance of you, anyway. The mail bag opens and we chat about storing diluted StarSan, fighting with the air quality control board, debate coco powder vs. nibs, and more!
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The Well Seasoned Librarian : A conversation about Food, Food Writing and more.

Dean Jones

The Well Seasoned Librarian is one of the fastest growing Food Podcasts online. You can view it on iTunes, Spotify, and all other platforms. Recent guests include Dorie Greenspan, Rose Levy Beranbaum, Beth A Lee and Nick Malgieri. Dean Jones is a Librarian and food writer. You can read my work at If you like this podcast, you can also contriubute a small amount to pay for a coffee.

Wine, Work, and Passion

Napa Valley Wine Academy

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The James Suckling Wine Podcast

James Suckling, Wine Critic / Masterclass

TASTING 2017 ROYAL TOKAJI ASZU WINES WITH WINEMAKER ZOLTAN KOVACS Taster Claire Nesbitt talks with Zoltan Kovacs, the winemaker for Hungarian vintner Royal Tokaji, about the winery's latest releases. Find out Zoltan's thoughts on how the weather of 2017 – especially rains in August and early September – affected what went into the bottle that year. The wines Claire tasted are all single-vineyard sweet wines. Claire says the Aszu 5 Puttonyos 2017 Claire is full of earthy botrytis notes and ginseng, while Zoltan touts its freshness and balanced acidity and mouthfeel. The 6 Puttonyos is slightly richer and a blend of Tokaji's single vineyards.

Bourbon With Friends

Bourbon With Friends

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Making Coffee with Lucia Solis


#40: Listener Q&A: Water Evaporation & Sugar, Avoiding Acetobacter, How to Inoculate w/o Spending Any Money

Welcome to the first episode of the new year and season 3.In this episode we talk about:If sugar follows the direct of water flow, does sugar evaporate out as coffee dries?The difference between sugar in mucilage and inside the seed.Can sugar be a preservative?The benefits and drawbacks of adding cascara to the fermentationHow to inoculate for freeHow to control the fermentation in a hot environment vs a cold one.Support the show on Patreon to join our live Discord hangouts.And if you don't want to commit, show your support here with a one time contribution: PayPalSign up for the newsletter for behind the scenes pictures.Resources:Momo Tostadores PodcastCover Art by: Nick HafnerIntro song: Elijah Bisbee

The Simply Vegan Podcast

Holly Johnson

Dispelling myths about veganism, with doctors Zahra and Shireen Kassam

Don't we need dairy for calcium? Isn't animal protein better than plant protein? And what about B12? Cancer doctors Zahra and Shireen set us straight with the science behind the myths. They talk about research funded by animal agriculture, including studies that show eggs are good for us, how we can get short- and long-chain fatty acids from other foods than fish, and how vegans have the lowest rates of heart disease. They also explain how they're both working to educate health professionals on the benefits of plant-based diets, what to do if your doctor tells you you need to eat meat, and how the NHS could save £30 billion if we all went vegan. Their new book, Eating Plant Based - Scientific Answers to Your Nutrition Questions, is out now.Today’s sponsor is White Rabbit – the makers of delicious Italian food that everyone can enjoy. They’ve just launched their brand new range of frozen veg

Bedrock Wine Conversations

Bedrock Wine Co.

Hosts Chris Cottrell and Morgan Twain-Peterson MW talk shop with growers, winemakers, and more from their corner of the California wine world.

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy

JMIB Live: The 2020 Vision

In December I completed my marathon tastings of the 2020 vintage in the Côte d’Or. Since then, with brief breaks on 25th December and 1st January, I have been compiling all my tasting notes which are available to subscribers here.  At last I have resurfaced – just putting the finishing touches to Chablis 2020 – before starting the next round of tastings and it is time for a webinar to discuss the 2020 vintage and what’s happening on the ground here in Burgundy.2020 is a really exciting vintage, almost uniformly successful in white, but with a much wider range of results in red: there are some future legends in the making, but elsewhere the fruit sometimes got scorched or the producer picked too late for optimum pinot results. Read those notes and check out where the finest wines are!On Monday 17th January at 6.00pm UK, Jasper will be online to discuss the vintage in more detail – what worked and what didn’t, what to look out for and what pitfalls t

The Gluten Free Baking Show

Rigel Patterson

Join us for interviews with bakers and foodies who share stories, recipes, and techniques for making delicious gluten free baked goods. On the show you will learn about traditional as well as off-the-beaten-path bakes that are savory and sweet. You’ll find cookies, cakes, pies, pastries, muffins, donuts, bread, pizza, and much more which are as good as the real deal. Additionally, many of the recipes are allergy-friendly or diet-friendly (which means many recipes have options for dairy free, soy free, corn free, nut free, egg free, paleo, or vegan).

A Meatsmith Harvest

Farmstead Meatsmith

This podcast is for anyone desiring to learn more about the human process of traditional, ethical, economic and delicious livestock processing and eating. Brandon and Lauren Sheard, co-hosts and owners of Farmstead Meatsmith--their small-scale, custom processing and education business--talk all things meat related: from practical knowledge to the philosophical inspiration behind growing, harvesting and eating meat.

Preheated Baking Podcast

Andrea Ballard and Stefin Kohn

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Weight Watchers Dad

Eric Waterbury

This podcast is all about the weight watchers journey for an everyday dad. Join me to learn more about recipes, day to day hacks, and weight watchers topics in general. For more recipes and podcast release info. Find me on Facebook “Weight Watchers Dad”. Support this podcast:





Monocle 24: The Menu


Food Neighbourhoods 269: Recipe edition, Yuma Hashemi

A recipe for a decadent weekend meal by the owner and executive chef of The Drunken Butler restaurant in London.

Having A Night

Sophie von Haselberg and Ariana Venturi

Having A Night is a podcast dedicated to reviving the lost art of the dinner party. Sophie von Haselberg and Ariana Venturi are obsessed with both the micro and the macro of the all-important question: how to throw the absolute, supreme, no holds barred, remember-it-forever-unless-you-were-too-drunk dinner party.

The Snack Show with Jami Fallon

That Sounds Fun Network

What happens when two friends who LOVE snacks and have mostly differing opinions enter the chat? Welcome to the weekly journey with Jami + Fallon - who love laughing as much as they love food. Follow along as we live by the motto Live. Laugh. Snack. Jami Louise Crockett is a displaced West Coast girl living in Nashville, TN. She enjoys random pop culture trivia, all things snacks & beverages, and a good sleuthing mystery to solve. Fallon Klug is a Midwest girl making her way in the South by way of New York City. The way to her heart is back scratches and leftovers (& snacks, of course.)

Coffee is ME Podcast

Valerian Hrala

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Feast

The Feast

Dinner in Camelot

Almost sixty years ago to the day, President John F Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline hosted the largest state dinner of the Kennedy Administration. Invited to the White House for a special "brains dinner" in April 1962 were 49 Nobel laureates, along with Pulitzer Prize winners, noted actors, and Poet Laureates. What happened the night Robert Frost dined with J. Robert Oppenheimer? How did James Baldwin get on with Mary Welsh Hemingway? On this episode, we speak with Joseph A. Esposito, author of "Dinner in Camelot: The Night America’s Greatest Scientists, Writers, and Scholars Partied at the Kennedy White House” to discuss the dinner and its impressive guest list.
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The Fork Report w Neil Saavedra


The Fork Report with Neil Saavedra airs Saturdays 2-5 p.m. on KFI AM 640, More Stimulating Talk Radio.

Blue Collar Bourbon

Lasting Media

If you're like us at all, you can't stand all of the whiskey related shows that talk about 'hints of Santa Claus melon', or 'notes of coastal breeze'. On every episode we blind taste test two affordable bottles of whiskey, bourbon or rye and let you know what we think. Except, we don't use pretentious adjectives that should only be used when describing wine. Everyday bourbon reviews for the everyday bourbon fan.

The Brü Lab


Episode 040 | ExGM: A Novel Method For Mashing Gluten-Free Grains w/ Andrew Ledley

This week, researcher Andrew Ledley joins Cade in the lab to discuss his work on a unique method for mashing gluten-free grains. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at today. | Read More | A Modified Brewing Procedure Informed by the Enzymatic Profiles of Gluten-Free Malts Significantly Improves Fermentable Sugar Generation in Gluten-Free Brewing

Inside Julia's Kitchen

Heritage Radio Network

Created by The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, Inside Julia’s Kitchen is your window into the Foundation’s world. Through our podcast, you’ll meet the bright lights of today’s food world, from the organizations the Foundation supports and works with to further Julia’s legacy to individuals at the forefront of cooking, culinary history, and food writing. We’ll be talking to those who are shaping the way we eat, cook and think about food, just as Julia did by inviting the country’s top talent into her kitchen. So, grab a seat at the Foundation’s table and listen in.

The Plan to Eat Podcast

Plan to Eat

Join Riley and Roni, of Plan to Eat, as they talk about meal planning, food, and wellness to help you answer the question, "what's for dinner?" Learn more and sign up for a trial at or contact us at

BBQ Interview Series - Kevin's BBQ Joints

Kevin Kelly

A BBQ Interview Series by Kevin's BBQ Joints focusing on personalities in the BBQ, meat and food world. We dive deep into their history, current projects, and more importantly their passion for BBQ and meat.

The Bubble

The Craft Beer Channel

Welcome to The Bubble, a podcast from Youtube's award-winning Craft Beer Channel, bringing you a weekly roundup and a monthly in-depth feature. Crack a beer and join us every Friday at 5pm to wind down and a look back at the week in beer, including the comments on this week's Youtube video. Then, once a month, we release the BUBBLE – a deep-dive podcast with artists, academics and writers in an attempt to get out of the craft beer echo chamber and expand our tiny little worlds. In doing so, we hope to expand yours.

Homebrewing DIY

Homebrewing DIY | Age Of Radio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Baking with House of Bread

House of Bread

Pumpkin Sourdough

The pumpkin twist on the sourdough is perfect for the fall season.  I suggest dividing the dough into two, shaping round and then adding an egg wash with a cinnamon stick in the middle. Cinnamon sticks can be found here : Yamees Cinnamon Sticks - 2 3/4" Length - 1 Pound (8 Oz Each) - 2 Pack of Cinnamon Sticks - Bulk Spices : Grocery & Gourmet Food  Right before baking, score from top to bottom to resemble a pumpkin.   You can check out the YouTube link.    
Sourdough Starter 3/4 cup
Water 3/4 cup
Honey  2 Tablespoons
Yeast 1 package of yeast or ¾ Tablespoon
Salt 1 Tablespoon
White Flour 3 1/4 cups (hold back ¼ cup)
Wheat flour 1 cup
Brown Sugar 3T
Pumpkin Puree ½ cup
Cinnamon 1 tsp.
After kneading, place the dough back in the mixer bowl, cover with a damp towel and let rise in a warm place for approximately one hour or until the dough doubles in bulk. Litera

Food, But We Digress...

Alex French Guy Cooking

Are Italian Tomatoes OBJECTIVELY better than others ?

Alex and Josh discuss about Italian Tomatoes and how people perceive them : Is it a lure ? or is it true that they are the best in the universe ? Can't other countries make good tomatoes too ? Very controversial subject here.

BBC Good Food I can’t believe I get paid to do this podcast

Immediate Media

Cookery book author

Donna Hay, cookery book author of over 20 best-selling books, with combined sales of over 7 million copies world-wide, presenter, editor and food stylist talks to Miriam about her varied career and her methods for writing recipes.   See for privacy and opt-out information.

Tacos of Texas

KUT & KUTX Studios, Mando Rayo

Taco journalist, author and Texas Standard contributor Mando Rayo has travelled Texas to uncover the tastiest tacos. In his new podcast Mando talks Texas taqueros, tortilleras & makers, explores food cultures and engages lovers of tacos on topics like the rise of Tex-Mex BBQ, the West Texas origins of the Discada and other true taco stories.

BBQ Nation

JT and LeeAnn Whippen

Known as “The Cowboy Cook”, Jeff Tracy has fond memories of sitting at the dinner table with his family. Changing this world, one recipe at a time Jeff intends to support urban suburban families that are looking for a way to connect at the dinner table. BBQ Nation is about bringing people together and building relationships that last” says Tracy. BBQ is fun cooking for everyone, not just pit masters or pro’s.

Beer Guys Radio

Beer Guys Media

A show about craft beer! Hosts Tim and Brian cover the basics of craft beer and deeper dives into some of the nerdy science and business. Casual conversation, terrible puns, and tasty beers. Grab a pint, have a seat, and tune in!

The Brewery Travels Podcast

The Sota Pod - Production

Brewery Travels is a podcast hosted by Joel Geier (aka Brewery Travels) that discusses a different city or region’s craft beer scene in each episode. Joel interviews two local experts, ranging from beer writers and beer bloggers to people working in the industry and even like-minded brewery adventurers. These discussions can have a wide range of topics, including:  -How to approach the craft beer scenes when visiting a new city  -How laws and regulations affect local breweries  -How history has helped shaped the current beer scene -What the future holds for local breweries -Comparing different scenes that are within a close radius -How other cultural influences have an effect on breweries (such as food, music, etc) -Breweries having to overcome obstacles (both external and internal) -What beers best represent the area -And of course personal favorites from the guests and Joel himself Joel has visited over 800 breweries across 44 states plus Washington D.C., and has been able to make connections with many amazing individuals because of his travels. He is currently living on the road with his family, constantly “exploring more content and doing extensive research” (which just means visiting breweries and drinking beer)! The goal of Brewery Travels is to provide more information about craft beer scenes from around the country, as well as shine a light on some of the excellent individual breweries that call these cities home.  From Portland, Maine to San Diego, California. Austin, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota. The bright lights of New York City to the farmland of rural Iowa. Brewery Travels plans to run the gauntlet of locations, providing in-depth information on as many places as possible. With episodes coming out weekly on Thursdays, Brewery Travels is where you can get your fix if you enjoy a craft beer or traveling. Cheers! Follow Joel’s travels on social media: Twitter: @brewerytravels Instagram: @brewery_travels Website:

The Baking Podcast

Melody Hendrix & Taunya Moore

EP 64! The English Muffin

We are back--and apologies for the editing--we are learning as we go! The sisters give an update about their lives during the pandemic and introduce a great version of the English Muffin that is one of Melody's favorite recipes! Here is the recipe: Taunya's Notes: Increase the olive oil to 4 tablespoons.  The salt seemed a little light--you may want add an additional 1/2 tsp (up to you). You can email the sisters at and check out our FaceBook group too! 

Food People are the Best People

Judiaann Woo

Julia Child once said “People who love to eat are always the best people.” Host, Judiaann Woo, would have to agree. Join her for Food People Are the Best People, a new podcast for people who love to eat (and cook) featuring passionate food people from all walks of life -- some famous, some not -- including chefs, home cooks, bakers, food writers, food critics, food scientists, culinary historians, tastemakers, farmers, ranchers, foragers, artisan producers, and more. Conversations might include cooking tips, what’s in the fridge, inspiration, childhood memories, and the experiences that shaped them to become the food people they are today. Subscribe on all podcast apps, rate & review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts! Follow us on social media at @judiaann

Drinking Socially - The Official Untappd Podcast

Untappd, Jonathan Dispenza, Harrison Hickok

A look into what’s happening at Untappd and in the world of beer. We drink new beers every episode and add them to the #DrinkingSocially badge on Untappd. You're welcome to drink along with us and compare notes, submit feedback in the Facebook group, and share in some beer education, or laughter with us every Wednesday.

The Slow Melt: A podcast about chocolate

The Slow Melt: a podcast about chocolate

The first podcast to cover the continuum of chocolate, The Slow Melt uses chocolate as the thick, delicious lens through which to explore the world—from flavor and physiology to chemistry and conservation, from global markets and gender to climate change, social justice and beyond—highlighting the people, places and processes behind this $100 billion industry. By better understanding chocolate, we can better appreciate it, more easily identify what we love, and support the makers and producers that create those kinds of bars. The Slow Melt is hosted and written by journalist and author Simran Sethi. Guests include farmers, conservationists, manufacturers, tasting experts, scientists, social justice advocates, chocolate purveyors and, of course, award-winning chocolate makers. Learn more at

Chefs Without Restaurants

Chris Spear

2021 Wrap-Up and Things to Come in 2022

This week, we're wrapping up 2021, and ready to welcome in 2022. Listen to this episode for an update on the Chefs Without Restaurants podcast, and what you can expect in 2022. Wishing everyone a healthy, happy, and safe holiday.SponsorLooking to hire employees for your restaurant? This week's sponsor is Savory Jobs, a job site only for restaurants. For just $50, get unlimited job postings for an entire year. Use discount code SAVORY10 to save 10%.==========================CHEFS WITHOUT RESTAURANTS==========================If you enjoy the show, and would like to support it financially, check out our Patreon, or you can donate through Venmo or Buy Me a Coffee.  Get the Chefs Without Restaurants NewsletterVisit Our Amazon Store (we get paid when you buy stuff)Chefs Without Restaurants Facebook pageChefs Without Restaurants private Facebook groupChefs Without Restaurants InstagramFounder Chris Spear’s personal chef business Per

Rise Up! The Baker Podcast with Mark Dyck

Mark Dyck: Baker and lover of bakeries

Rise Up! #156 - Sara Calkins

Sara Calkins loves baking and loves her team. She's worked all over Seven Stars Bakery in Providence, starting as a barista before moving to the bench, the stone mill and now to spreadsheets and coaching as Bakery Manager. In this episode, Mark and Sara talk about team building, keeping things fun during the holidays, planning massive holiday bakes and all about Sara's love of good bread and fine bakeries. Helpful Links @sarabakes on Instagram @sevenstarsbakery on Instagram Seven Stars Bakery website Support the Podcast Here! Rise Up! The Baker Podcast website The Bakers4Bakers Community Mark's Blog, with the Bakernomics series Mark on Instagram Credits: Produced and hosted by Mark Dyck Theme song and music by Robyn Dyck Orange Boot Human logo by Fred Reibin

The BBQ Beat Podcast

Kevin Sandridge

Rusty and Anthony of the Pitmasters Podcast

Rusty Monson and Anthony Lujan host the Pitmasters Podcast... and they are on a mission to ignite the passion of cooks everywhere-from amateur to pro-to continue to exceed their own expectations on their journey to Master the Pit! Anyone who loves cooking with live fire and the fun and fellowship of BBQ should make the Pitmasters Podcast a must listen! 

Adventures In Coffee

Caffeine Magazine

Scott's Secrets to Finding a Great Coffee Shop

Every high street now has at least five great looking coffee shops. But chances are only one or two actually make a truly great coffee. But how are you supposed to know which without trying them all out first?In this episode Scott, Jools and James are quite literally putting in the work to help you understand how to identify a good coffee shop, and hack your way to café nirvana! Self-crowned King of Caffeine Scott has what he believes is the ultimate hit-list of what to look for when trying out a new place for the first time: 1) beans 2) milk and 3) service. Scott swears by this framework, but Jools and James aren't going to just take his word for it. So where better than a mystery tour of East London to see just how well Scott’s framework holds up?Will our favourite Coffee Snob come out on top or will Scott have to eat (or should that be drink) his words on this one?! ------------------Come join our Patreon Community to support

Knead to Know

Bold Baking Network

#39: That Drawer Beneath Your Oven, Reese's New Strange Cups, And Trader Joe's Brown Butter

Welcome to the latest episode of Knead to Know — your go-to podcast getting to the bottom of baking trends, baking entertainment, and more! Listen as Gina Brazão, a learning baker, pairs up with professional chef Gemma Stafford from Bigger Bolder Baking and her years of expertise to ask the questions everyone wants to know when it comes to the world's favorite pastime. Here's what on this brand new episode:BIG Announcement On The Horizon: Gemma & Gina tease a big announcement from Bigger Bolder Baking debuting next week.John Travolta Bakes: We're just as surprised as you are — but even more surprising is who he got his new brownies recipe from! Trader Joe's Brown Butter: Your favorite snack store is selling pre-made browned butter to use in things like cookies, cakes, and more. Helpful if you tend to burn your butter at home!Reese's Cups With... Potato Chi

The PodCask: a Podcast About Whiskey

Whiskeytainment, LLC

A podcast about bourbon, whiskey, and sometimes scotch. Will and the Greeze learn about the culture, history, and enjoyment of various whiskies.

The Toasty Kettle Podcast

The Toasty Kettle Podcast

This show is all about food history. I interview people who know a lot about different food history topics. I also cover recipes from the 1700s, 1800s, and early 1900s. I can't think of a better way to connect to the past than through food. Enjoy the show!

This Week In Barbecue

Rasheed Philips

The best and most up to date podcast for all your Barbecue News. New barbecue news updates weekly. News never tasted so good! Hosted by Rasheed Philips of Philips Barbeque Co.

As The Tea Steeps

Harney & Sons Fine Teas

It started as a hobby in the basement of the White Hart Inn in Salisbury, Connecticut and was shared only with inn guests. Now, over 30 years later, their 90,000 square foot facility in Millerton, New York ships to fans across the globe. Join us as we spill the tea on one of the country’s most influential families, the Harneys, and the story behind their tea empire. The origins of how John and Elyse Harney gave birth to five children, a tea company, and a real estate business makes for funny, moving, and absolutely riveting listening. Tune in to the new 6 part Podcast, “As the Tea Steeps” presented by Emeric and Alexander Harney available now on iTunes, Google Play.

Entry Proof Podcast

Entry Proof Podcast

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

BBQ and Tech

Chris Ashley and Rod Simmons

BBQ and Tech is an energetic dive into all facets of how technology is being used to make everyone’s favorite cookout food, Bar-B-Que. Hosted by lifelong friends, Chris Ashley and Rod Simmons who share a 15+ year tech obsession with all things smoked or grilled, BBQ and Tech will share tips, tricks, and technology to earn you the title of backyard grill master.

Andrew Talks to Chefs

Andrew Friedman

Episode 186: Corey Mintz (author, The Next Supper)

Author and journalist Corey Mintz's new book The Next Supper: The End of Restaurants as We Knew Them, and What Comes After, should be required reading for industry professionals and anyone who wants restaurants to evolve as they must to survive as viable businesses and workplaces, and succeed in the future. In this episode, Corey joins Andrew to discuss the challenges facing the industry, and the actions he suggests diners take to do their part to bring about change.Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information. Photo of Corey Mintz by Jaime Hogge.

Flawless Wine - A podcast about wine flaws and the people who love them....or don't.

Kenneth Crum & Miguel de Leon

Welcome to Flawless, a podcast about faults in wine and the humans who make and consume it, presented by Disgorgeous! Series 1 features Kenneth Crum and Miguel de Leon talking about what's BUSSIN, or DISCUSSIN what's going on with the flaws in the bottles that they're drinking. Flawless is produced by Disgorgeous. Audio engineering, editing and mixing: Kenneth CrumCover art: Miguel de Leon

Hot Stove Radio

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits

The Wine Makers

The Wine Makers – Randy Hester of C.L. Butaud

Randy Hester, creator of the Lightning wine brand, has taken over Austin Texas by storm. With his family name carried on with the C.L. Butaud line and Frenchy's Rose, Randy and Brooke made the leap from Sonoma to Austin and did it right.  100% Texas wines is obviously a Really good thing in Austin and Randy tells all of the stories on this week's show.  We sampled lots of great wines and heard and told lots of  old friend stories.  Enjoy.

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Instagram @clbutaud

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Delicious City Philly


Delicious City Philly

Food by Design: an IDEO Podcast


Bonus: Live with Magnus Nilsson and Malena Martinez

This episode is a rebroadcast of Food by Design Live. It is a conversation between Magnus, Malena, and Sandeep about supporting equitable and diverse food systems through restaurants, what it means to preserve and evolve traditional foodways, the importance of craft, the challenges of designing for delight in today’s hyper-connected world, and more.Magnus was the head chef of Fäviken in Sweden, one of the world’s most interesting and acclaimed restaurants that he intentionally closed last year. He is currently the director of the MAD Academy, which is a school that aims to make the world better through educating people working in hospitality and food. His new book "Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End" is available on Malena is the research director of Peru's Mater Iniciativa. It’s an interdisciplinary R&D lab for food, and it’s behind the equally acclaimed restaurant Central, and others. It started a

Denny And Maria, Eat The World!

Denny Tornatore

Denny and Maria travel around the world tasting and reviewing food.

Stuff You Should Know About Food



In this episode, we reviewed 7 flavors of Coca-Cola.


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Green Eggs and Dan

The Podglomerate / Dan Ahdoot

Green Eggs and Dan Presents: History Bites - Rice

On the season finale of History Bites, we're talking about the most important food in the world...rice! Wait, don't go away! Rice may seem boring and bland, but it's responsible for feeding the entire planet and has a history that includes war, colonization, Communism, and nearly replacing pasta in Italy!
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Single Malt Matters

Matt Drew

Dedicated solely to the culture, craft and people of the emerging American Single Malt Whisky tradition. Spirits, distilleries, distillers, legislation - all things relevant to the matters of American Single Malt Whisky. Hosted by Maltster, WSET-2 and whisky student Matt Drew.

Citizen Chef with Tom Colicchio


Tom Colicchio has issues with food! Citizen Chef is about what we eat, where and who it comes from, and the politics, decisions, policies and people that shape our food system – with the goal of turning curious listeners into more informed, engaged citizens. Restaurateur, activist and Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio dives into food and policy issues with lawmakers, journalists and food producers by connecting the dots of how our food system really works – and really doesn’t – all while remaining positive and presenting attainable solutions to some of the biggest food issues out there.

Canning with The Diva!™

Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®

Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, is a nationally-syndicated food preservation expert and award-winning author who has spent over 25 years mastering the art and craft of home canning and food preservation. This podcast will share delicious water bath and pressure canning recipes from all three of her published works, will give tips and techniques on how to preserve food in jars, dehydrate, freeze and so much more. Diane will also share culinary techniques, dive into the science and math used to safely preserve food and provide her personal experiences along the way. Learn how to safely preserve food for long-term storage in this rebirth of Diane's long-standing podcast, Canning with The Diva!™.

Faturday Omaha

Faturday Omaha

Food for your ears! It all started with lunch, Faturday lunch where good friends Sam, Dave, and TJ would catch up on things and eat amazing food. One meal led to another and the Faturday Omaha podcast and now radio show on 91.5 KIOS FM, was born starting in 2018. The Faturday team has been recognized by NP Dodge as a “16 Omaha Podcasts You Should Be Listening To” We look to provide you with insight into great places to eat, see how they rank on our the Frampton Scale (for Faturday epicness), talk with restaurant owners/chefs/staff, entertain, and hopefully make you laugh!

Eat Drink Asia

South China Morning Post

The great Hainanese chicken rice debate: Singapore vs Malaysia

Is this poached chicken dish served with various condiments originally from Singapore or Malaysia? It's a question that stirs up quite a debate between these two countries where eating and criticising the other side’s cuisine are national pastimes. In this episode we trace the origins of Hainanese chicken rice and find out how there's a lot more that goes into making this succulent dish fragrant and flavourful than meets the eye.



Starting out - exploring new Edinburgh ventures

Welcome to the first episode of Scran for 2022. As this time of year brings to mind new starts and fresh beginnings we've been having a look at some of the newer faces on the food and drink scene in Edinburgh. Host Rosalind met up with Louise McClean, Director of Sales and Marketing with Signature Group and Luke Bryant a Brewer at Cold Town House to hear more about bringing brewing back to the Grassmarket and what it takes to build an attractive business and make award-winning craft beer in the capital today.Rosalind also met Michael Lynch, Manager at Superico, formally the very popular 99 Hanover Street. Superico is extended over two venues; the bar and lounge serving unique cocktails and tapas and the restaurant at 83 Hannover Street serving up a unique menu of South-American influenced dishes.

The Taste with Doug Shafer – Stories of Winemakers and Wine

Doug Shafer

Donald Patz

Early on Donald Patz thought he’d pursue a medical career. After college, however, he landed a wine sales job and one thing led to another. By the 1980s Patz met James Hall in Napa and they created Patz & Hall, a winery celebrated for outstanding Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. In 2016, they sold the winery and Patz moved on to several exciting new wine projects – including his first venture into Cabernet.
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Black Desserts

Black Food Folks

The Light & Shade of Black Nostalgia

The world of desserts can feel indulgent and decadent in ways that overlook the practical impact our cultural relationships with food have on our lives. The joy and celebration, the emotional connection and comfort in good and bad times our dessert traditions have are as much an heirloom as the recipes themselves so on this episode I talk with wellness coach Shelley Chapman (@shelleywellness) founder of the Mindful Plate youtube series and the Body Food Freedom nutrition and wellness coaching practice about the importance of naming and clarifying our emotional relationships with food and pastry chef and end of life doula Dr. Monica O’Connell (@mimi_oconnell) about how she is using the symbolism and emotional connection to cakes to interrogate end of life care for patients and families.

Tacocity | Food Stories, Mexican Food & Cooking

Taco City Tacos


We got to sit down and get an update from Chef Jonathan Perez of Macheen about how he's been affected by the pandemic, and what he's been working on the last few months. Macheen is in the Final Four of LA Taco's annual Taco Madness competition, and there's still time to vote! You can vote until midnight on Sunday, May 17th, so head over and give Macheen a nod! There's no registration, just a few clicks and you're done! But I suggest you hang around and read some of the amazing stuff LA Taco has been publishing;)Our original interview with Macheen is here on Instagram can order from Bar Hermanito on their site or call (424) 465-9029You can find them on Instagram at

Why We Eat What We Eat

Blue Apron / Gimlet Creative

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Vine Guy

WTOP | Hubbard Radio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

What We're Tasting

Wine Enthusiast

What We’re Tasting is a weekly podcast from Wine Enthusiast. Three highly rated wines are the focus of each episode, providing a jumping off point for deeper discussion of a country, region, grape, producer, and style. Our expert guests will entertain and educate, adding personal insight and experience to help you increase your wine knowledge. We’ll also go beyond the bottle to discuss food pairing, wine country travel, and trends.

Coffee Runs Deep

Rob Pirie

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Culinary Institute of America

Videos from The Culinary Institute of America

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Baking Radio: Chef Gail Sokol's Baking Podcast

Chef Gail Sokol

Award winning author, educator and chef Gail Sokol shares her experience, recipes, tips and tricks in this weekly baking podcast. Chef Sokol specializes in making baking easy and approachable for people of all skill levels.

Fine Wine Confidential Podcast

Fred Reno

The Fine Wine Confidential Podcast tells the story of how the modern-day Virginia wine industry has progressed during the past forty-five years and is now achieving Thomas Jefferson's aspiration to produce world-class wine. Fred Reno interviews many of the Old Dominion's prominent winery owners, winemakers and viticulturists. In their own words, you the listener, will learn why Virginia is the most exciting wine-growing State in the country today.


Nitsa Citrine

An open, intersectional dialogue on nourishment of all mediums. Conversations with leaders working in the arts, education, agriculture, film, music, media, wellness, social activism and sustainability. Hosted by Nitsa Citrine.

Roast and Reason: A Coffee Podcast

Andrew Boyer: Coffee Lover and Home Coffee Roaster

Coffee Market: 2018 Recap and 2019 Expert Predictions (RR40)

Coffee is traded or sold in very different ways.  In fact there are basically two coffee markets: commodity coffee or non-commodity coffee (specialty coffee).  Specialty coffee consumers value a variety of factors like origin, growing and processing techniques, roast level, etc.  But with commodity coffee only one thing matters: price.  Commodity coffee is like any other commodity, the only differentiating factor is price.  And the price for commodity coffee is set on the Intercontinental Exchange in New York city.  As a financial asset, commodity coffee has had a pretty terrible year in 2018.  Coffee prices decreased about 20% over the year, to lows that haven’t been seen since 2006.  This price collapse occurred due to a number of factors in the market that have lead to oversupply.

Hey Hey Agave


We talk with guests about Agaves, Mezcal and Agave Spirits production, distribution, sustainability, culture, and more.