Food with a side of science and history. Every other week, co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode exploring the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food- or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. We interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to think about and understand the world t ...
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-obse ...
Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?
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Culinary historian Linda Pelaccio takes a journey through the history of food. Take a dive into food cultures through history, from ancient Mesopotamia and imperial China to the grazing tables and deli counters of today. Tune in as Linda, along with a guest list of culinary chroniclers and enthusiasts, explores the lively links between food cultures of the present and past.
A food history and cooking comedy podcast. John presents Rebecca one culinary item per show while giving it's history and trivia (Rebecca doesn't know the topic beforehand). It's funny, instructional and sometimes (most of the time) gross. Based in Baltimore MD.
Culinary Historians of Chicago studies the history of food and drink in human cultures. Why we procure, prepare and serve the food we do has cultural, sociological, geographical, financial and political influences. We encourage participation from all walks of life: from academics to home cooks, chefs to grill masters, farmers to heirloom gardeners, food scientists to students. Our programs, and those of our sister organization Chicago Foodways Roundtable, are supported by research, fieldwork ...
Flavor of Croatia Podcast takes you on a journey of exploring Croatian food and recipes, Croatian culture, travel, and history through interviews with anyone who has a fascinating Croatian story to share. Join your host Zeno Hromin as he interviews artisans, winemakers, culinary experts, genealogists, people who are defining and redefining Croatia today. Expected debut late January 2021
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 invit ...
Tom Wilmer’s Lowell Thomas award-winning NPR podcast, recorded live on-location across America and around the world- showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, and the culinary arts. We cover nouns and verbs—people, places, things, and action—everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the real Santa Claus in the Arctic. His feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northern Ireland, celebrat ...
OUT TO LUNCH finds Baton Rouge Business Report Editor Stephanie Riegel combining her hard news journalist skills and food background: conducting business over lunch. Baton Rouge has long had a storied history of politics being conducted over meals, now the Capital Region has an equivalent culinary home for business: Mansur's. Each week Stephanie holds court over lunch at Mansur's and invites members of the Baton Rouge business community to join her. You can also hear the show on WRKF 89.3FM.
There are few things better than talking about the food at Walt Disney Parks! From the never-ending festivals in Epcot, the great restaurants in the parks and resorts, to the culinary delights at Disney Springs, we want to cover it all. Not just the what is it but also how do they craft it. Food News, reviews, and helpful tips to make your trip to Disney properties practically perfect in every way.
World on a Plate: Podcast Description Worldchefs Podcast:World on a Plate features conversations with top chefs and leading voices in hospitality exploring food, innovations, and industry news. Tune in for an exclusive look at the culinary world through the lens of experts. Brought to you by Nestlé Professional.
Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, hosts Sabrina Medora (national food writer and hospitality industry insider) and Martie Duncan (author and Next Food Network Star finalist), talk to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
Hey y'all! I'm Trish - an obnoxiously curious journalist with a passion for all things food and wine. As a long-time, former TV news anchor, I've been telling stories and asking questions for nearly two decades. Now, I'm bringing you long-form, intimate interviews and fun conversations with interesting people involved in the culinary, wine, and epicurean world. Hear unedited stories about growing up, life lessons, love, hardships, butt clench moments, successes and of course, food. You'll he ...
History of a Dish is a podcast that tells the stories behind the world's most popular dishes. Culinary storytelling for food lovers.
Binah features creative voices from the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. In this series, we bring you remarkable artists and thinkers who’ve come to speak at the JCCSF as part of their Arts & Ideas program.
The Wok is a platform to share and tell stories through the lens of food by Asian and Pacific Islander communities. The team presents narratives, and personal stories to add context to the foods we see and eat everyday. These stories explore identity, family history, and what it means to be part of the AAPI community.
Hear KUOW and NPR award-winning hosts and reporters from around the globe present some of the nation's best reporting of the day's events, interviews, analysis and reviews.
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If you're a fan of home cooking, deep dives into culinary history, and emerging topics in today’s quickly moving food culture, TASTE Daily is a must-listen. Home to the popular series TASTE Food Questions, as well as essays, travel features, interviews, and deeply reported narrative non-fiction published on TASTE. Produced by Max Falkowitz, Anna Hezel, and Matt Rodbard.
We investigate philanthropy, nonprofits and international aid. In-depth interviews and shoe leather reporting from across the globe. Send us your tips. www.tinyspark.org
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Julianne Feder, food nerd extraordinaire, gives you detailed backgrounds on everyday and exotic ingredients, along with unique stories about each one. Listen for simple recipes, consumer tips, interviews with some of the world's most notable chefs, and learn why each ingredient is a culinary treasure.
It's Always Cool in Mesa is a podcast that shares the stories behind some of Mesa, Arizona's most loved outdoor adventures, culinary treasures, and unique history. From Santa Claus falling to earth at the first Merry Main Street to today's popular ice rink; a Mesa grocer swimming the dangerous communist infested waters of Viet Nam to paddle boarding down the Salt River; and why the Queen of England purchased plots at the City Cemetery. The stories of Mesa are fascinating! "I'm excited to sha ...
The Zabar’s Podcast explores the history and personalities behind one of New York City’s most beloved grocery stores. In each episode, 4th-generation deli man Willie Zabar dives into a different aspect of the store through conversations with employees, customers, and culinary experts. For comments/questions/inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Hogwood from Tucker Down Under explores the history of food in this little country on the bottom of the world, called Australia. Here we we travel back through time and meet the original Australian's, the first settlers, squatters, diggers, swaggies, farmers, the politics of food and the unsung heroes of the bush, oh, and have a few laughs on the way...
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The Actor's Diet podcast is an audio extension of actor/filmmaker Lynn Chen's award-winning food blog. In each episode, Lynn chats with people in her community - artists and foodies - about their history with eating, body image, and current culinary obsessions.
On this season of Lipstick Economy, co-hosts Jamie Dunham, founder of Brand Wise, and Melinda Hudgins Noblitt, Brand Marketing Manager at Asurion, will dive deep into the misconceptions of marketing to women and highlight stories of marketing leaders who are making a difference.
The Jerusalem Post, Israel's oldest and largest English-speaking media outlet, offers you an insider's look at the people and places of the State of Israel.
Eat Drink Asia is an award-winning podcast by the South China Morning Post that deep dives into the forgotten history of some of Asia's most popular dishes that have gone global. Discover the human story behind some of Asia's most loved foods, drinks and condiments with SCMP journalists, as they speak with chefs, restaurateurs and food experts from across the region.
Created by LA Weekly food editor Katherine Spiers, this food anthropology podcast uncovers the history of the world's best culinary creations. Every episode, hosted by Spiers and Erin Mosbaugh, will focus on one particular dish: Katherine explains how, when, and why it was created, and Erin tells you where to get the best versions of it now.
There are many elements in our life that affect our well-being and there are many different ways that we can explore it. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. With a combined 25 plus years of professional experienc ...
Imagine yourself dining with Socrates, Plato, or Pythagoras... maybe even Cicero and Julius Caesar...being a soldier marching with Alexander's the Great army in the vast Persian empire discovering new foods... or try and picture the richness of fruits and vegetables in the lush Hanging Gardens of Babylon...what foods did our ancestors ate? How did all begin? Why am I so hooked on ancient recipes and ingredients? Is the food delicious? Wholesome? Do you need to know? I think so! Recipes, ingr ...
This is The Quint's podcast, Southern Slurp. I am your host Vikram, a lover of food, stories and conversations, in that order. Southern Slurp is a podcast that features recipes, ingredients, stories, voices and culinary history aimed at giving you a transcendent gastronomic experience! I'll introduce you to recipes, ingredients and flavours that rule the kitchens of South India. You'll hear the voices of chefs, culinary experts, food historians and a whole bunch of like-minded Saappaattu Ram ...
Menu Stories is a multimedia collection of stories about the people and restaurants behind the food we love. Starting with the San Francisco restaurant community, Rebecca Goberstein gets the rare opportunity to interview the chefs, restaurateurs, deli shop owners, and food makers to learn more about who they are, their inspirations, and their motivations. Visit Menu Stories (http://menustories.com) to uncover the stories behind these culinary artists and small business owners who feed and nu ...
A narrowly focused window into a town with a questionable history, amazing food, and a cult-church that might take your head off. This is an audio postcard delivered on the 15 of every month. Introducing Steve and Lucy, the two newest residents of the Boulder CO area's up and coming-est revitalized towns with a unique, and possibly ominous background. Sit back and enjoy as our protagonists regale you with reviews of unique restaurants, reports of anomalous geological shifts, and tales of sec ...
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Citizens! Pay heed and bask in the incandescent glory of The Food Dictator's gastronomic wisdom, as your Glorious Leader eloquently dishes on the most authentic world recipes! Join TFD as He regales you with humorous anecdotes, obdurate opinions and historical context on all things delicious in the world food scene! Your mandatory attendance is appreciated, and your loyalty is noted - join the culinary revolutionaries of TFD Nation today!
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New Orleans own media icon Wild Wayne explores culture, cuisine and lifestyle in NOLA and beyond with co-pilot Shawn Royal
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The trucking industry is short 68,000 drivers. By 2028, industry officials fear the number could jump to more than 100,000. A California high school allows seniors to learn trucking skills.By Jonathan Franklin
Federal prosecutors have accused a U.S. Capitol Police officer of obstruction of justice for allegedly encouraging a suspect in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to hide evidence of their participation.By Tom Dreisbach
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Matt Masterson, of the Stanford Internet Observatory. Masterson and his colleagues have compiled an oral history of the 2020 election from the view of election officials.By Ailsa Chang
Journalist Katie Couric admits that she decided not to report some comments by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, raising questions about Couric's track record when it comes to journalism ethics.By David Folkenflik
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with writer Jelani Cobb about a new collection of work from The New Yorker, "The Matter of Black Lives." Cobb co-edited it and wrote the introduction.By Sarah McCammon
The Justice Department says it will ask the Supreme Court to step in and block enforcement of Texas' restrictive abortion law. This is the latest move in the legal battle over the law.By Ryan Lucas
On film, many foods are made of non-food items and many non-food items are made of food. Movie magic! In this classic episode, we speak with special effects artist Vii Kelly about inexpensive edible gore, plus go into the history of food effects in movies and television. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Stanford professor David Relman about the mysterious Havana Syndrome that continues to affect diplomats and federal employees around the world.By Sarah McCammon
A member of parliament from Britain's ruling Conservative Party has died after being stabbed multiple times while he was meeting with local voters in his constituency.By Frank Langfitt
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Societal standards and career pressure have convinced today's millennials that going after money and being a “boss” is the definition of success. In reality, there's no one right way to go about figuring out your career. It's important to know that whatever career path you pursue is your choice to make. Joining Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen in…
The Jerusalem Post held its 10th Annual Conference on Tuesday with around 500 public figures, diplomats, investors, entrepreneurs from the country and aborad. On this week's edition of The Jerusalem Post Podcast, the Post's Editor-in-Chief Yaakov Katz and Diplomatic Correspondent Lahav Harkov break down all the highlights, takeaways and some of the…
Cider is delicious and it is historic. It is America’s first popular alcoholic beverage, made from apples brought across the Atlantic from England in colonial times. And over the past fifteen or so years it has been enjoying something of a revival. To appreciate the differing tastes of cider one needs to know more about the apples and the history a…
John and Jeni get into spooky season with our favorite Ghoulish Gourmand, Vincent Price. From his cookbooks to his TV Show as well as cooking records (yes you read that right), we cover everything food related to the Master of the Macabre. We also give you an early Halloween treat with an radio play featuring Vincent from 1974. Enjoy!!…
Democrats in Congress are trying to thread a seemingly impossible needle. They say they want to address things like child care, climate change and poverty. But they also need to keep the price down.By Kelsey Snell
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Margaret Verble, author of When Two Feathers Fell from the Sky, a story about a young Cherokee horse-diver who is finding her way in the Jim Crow South.By Ari Shapiro
The Food and Drug Administration's vaccine advisory committee met Thursday to consider whether a Moderna booster shot is safe and helpful in the country's fight against COVID-19.By Pien Huang
In industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to entertainment, workers across the country are willing to strike for better wages and working conditions.By Andrea Hsu
In spite of serving his country for nearly 25 years, this U.S. immigration agent is an undocumented immigrant — and just as deportable as the people he'd been ejecting for 18 years.By John Burnett
For migrants traveling north to the U.S-Mexico border from countries like Chile and Brazil, the trip has become virtually impossible without two things — a smuggler and social media.By Ailsa Chang
Welcome to “Hungry for More : An Epicurean's Dilemma."I'm a former, long time TV news anchor, with nearly 20 years in the business. I recently left the news world for new adventures and this is one of them. "Hungry for More" will explore the culinary and wine worlds and the people in them. We'll discover, together, their stories and their journey i…
This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes legendary chef, restaurateur and cookbook author Lidia Bastianich. Todd and Lidia discuss her passion for sharing Italian food in America and her new cookbook, Lidia's A Pot, A Pan and A Bowl: Simple Recipes for Perfect Meals. As always, Lidia shares her Julia Moment. Photo Courtesy …
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Bruce Busada, president of the Diesel Driving Academy, about how truck driver shortages are worsening supply chain struggles.By Audie Cornish
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with reporter Vicente Calderón about how visa holders, like himself, who can show proof of vaccination will be able to cross the U.S.-Mexico border again.By Ailsa Chang
A medical task force is changing its guidance on the use of aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease. It says older Americans without heart disease should not start taking daily low dose aspirin.By Will Stone
For many students, band and choir classes were a far cry from normal last year — students practiced outside or over Zoom. With students back in school this fall, music classes look almost normal.By Craig LeMoult
The World Health Organization is setting up a new committee to investigate the origins of the current pandemic and potential outbreaks in the future.By Jason Beaubien
More states have adopted redistricting commissions as an antidote to gerrymandering over the past decade. Depending on the state, commissions look and function very differently. Are they working?By Bente Birkeland