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The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
The Walk-In considers the reality of "making it" in the culinary industry. Chef Elle Simone Scott explores the unheard stories of the food world’s difference makers. What really happens between their first day and overnight success? A lot—but it's rarely discussed beyond a small circle of trusted friends. Unfiltered and unexpected, The Walk-In has the conversations you won’t hear anywhere else. A production of America’s Test Kitchen.
 
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).
 
Your favourite vegan hippie meathead Sam Shorkey (first-ever VEGAN World Naturals bikini pro and coach to the winner of Bodybuilding.com's 2015 $200,000 12-Week Transformation Challenge) is proud to present "Jacked on the Beanstalk: The Podcast." Together with her sister Sarah, they're on a mission to not only promote and discuss the benefits of following a plant-based diet and lifestyle, but teach others how to live with purpose and without regret. To unlock and share the mysteries of a hea ...
 
Raven Podcasts centers around two paranormal romance authors, Michelle M. Pillow and Mandy M. Roth. They talk a little about everything and a lot about nothing. They will talk about the industry, their books, life, bring in guest authors, readers, and the kitchen sink if one of them is strong enough to lift it. www.michellepillow.com www.mandyroth.com www.ravenhappyhour.com Don't worry...we aren't quitting our day jobs.
 
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Sometimes we find the story, sometimes the story finds us. Such is the case with this tale of two Keepers from the Pacific Northwest, the official/unofficial archivists for Pearl Jam. Caroline Losneck, a radio producer in Maine heard our Keepers series about activist archivists and rogue librarians and said to herself, “Hey wait a minute, what abou…
 
Let's be real. No one likes mosquitos. Not even vegans. We ALL kill mosquitos. But isn't that a little hypocritical of us? Or what about the environmentalist vegans who EAT insects? Or the vegans who eat oysters and mussels because they apparently do not feel ANY pain?! These things just don't feel very "vegan" to me. Then again, it's a "grey area"…
 
Eden Grinshpan is bringing the flavor. Host of Food Network’s Top Chef Canada (and you may also know her from Eden Eats on the Cooking Channel), Eden shines on and off the camera. Eden graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in London and received the Grand Diplôme in both Pastry and Cuisine. Her cookbook, Eating Out Loud, is full of bold and colorful dishes…
 
Robin and Andréa McBride share their story with Elle. They talk about growing up in different parts of the world -- not knowing the other existed. After family members connected them, the sisters discovered they shared more than genetics -- they also shared a passion for wine. The McBride Sisters followed their dreams and founded largest black owne…
 
Eric Weiner is a popular speaker and author of the New York Times bestseller The Geography of Bliss, Man Seeks God, The Geography of Genius and The Socrates Express. He is a former foreign correspondent for NPR and the author of numerous articles about travel and culture. He spent a decade overseas for NPR, based in New Delhi, Jerusalem and Tokyo. …
 
With our sweet tooth and love of fruit, you can bet we’ve had our share of apples. But for dinner? Not as much as we’d like. This week’s recipes use apple’s natural sweetness and bright acidity to liven up our meals. Like a light and simple soup, or a more ambitious pork and apple pie. We finish off the episode with a one-and-done instant pot pork …
 
Our first pro tip series is starting with one of our favorite foods- pickles! This month we are collaborating with the Yellow Farmhouse in Stonington, Connecticut. Not only do we have the pleasure of working with their Director of Outreach and our friend Laura Jackson, but their mission is closely aligned to our values at the Dinner Sisters. Part o…
 
In this Hometown Haunts episode, an old friend of girls – Ms. Alycia Gallagher – stops in to share the events of a reoccurring haunting in her childhood home, (which is just a "stones" throw away from where the podcast is recorded). Nicolina then retells a story from a Witch Level patron, Madison Amerson, who recounts the experiences she had in the…
 
Jacques Pépin is a world renowned chef, author, TV personality and educator. His numerous awards include 16 James Beard Awards, a Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award, and France’s Legion of Honor. Celebrated for his technique and talent, Jacques is widely known for his many acclaimed television series on PBS, including the Emmy-winning, Julia a…
 
Karen Washington steps off her farm and into The Walk-In to talk with Elle about empowering Black Americans to take back power through farming, her work with community gardens in NYC, and the struggles of being a single mother. Learn more about Rise and Root Farm at riseandrootfarm.com. To support Karen's work with the Black Farmer Fund, visit blac…
 
Continuing with our theme of fall vegetables for October, this week we are all about squash. We have all been there, back from the farmer’s market with a load full of beautiful squash. Only we don’t have any clue what we’ll do with it all. Never fear! We have recipes from a stir fry to stuffed acorn squash. Not to mention a butternut squash pie tha…
 
This commercial-free episode of What Makes This Book Great? includes listener responses to "Cat Person," and a reading of Ursula K. LeGuin's story, "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," written in 1974. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “B…
 
In this episode of Para(normal)Nicolina and Marie explore two notorious paranormal fraudster stories. Nicolina tells the story of The Fox Sisters and their hoax on Spiritualism while Marie reveals the truth behind the Cottingley Fairies. The girls also welcome a dedicated listener, and Patron, Courtney on the show to read her horoscope and join the…
 
Jake and Belinda are close friends of mine and have been married to each other since before either of them can remember. This is what happens when the three of us hang out WITHOUT wine. Belinda's show on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram. Jake on Twitter, Instagram. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon aff…
 
Elizabeth Falkner is up for any challenge. From pastry and pizza to low-sugar candy, Elizabeth is an innovator in the kitchen and has been a leader in the food world for three decades as an award-winning chef, cookbook author, and competitor on Top Chef Masters and Iron Chef. A devoted artist and athlete, Elizabeth also practices martial arts, is a…
 
Lucky Michaels, a trans rights activist and mixologist featured by the James Beard Foundation, talks to Elle about pay equity, meaningful activism, and mixology as a platform for advocacy. Elle and Lucky discuss the importance of building community, creating sustainable change, and raising the bar for trans rights and visibility. If you learned som…
 
TK Coleman is a writer, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, teacher, and a few other things -- but that's enough to give you the idea. He's smart, funny, thoughtful, and overflowing with optimism. We talk about race, Muhammed Ali, and whether the free market can save us from the free market. Learn more about TK and what he's up to at fee.org/rev1. …
 
October is potato harvest season, if you didn’t know, and the ideal weather to use the new crop. We have three ideas for you this episode from a burrito filling, to nacho baked potatoes, to a sweet potato hash. Look, if you’re going to do potatoes, embrace them for their starchy deliciousness and go all out. You won’t regret it with any of our reci…
 
This month the entire Dinner Sisters community cooked from Cookie and Kate. We had a great time making her whole-food, vegetarian recipes. From dinner to dessert, to breakfast, we had a blast. Not to mention all the chatting in the comments. Special shout out to Madeline for the voice memo and Megan for the email. October is The Woks of Life, a fam…
 
There comes a time when risks must be taken, and doing things that feel uncomfortable turn into incredible experiences. On this episode of Para(normal)the girls share some *big* news that is sure to shake up the podcast. Marie then reads a listener story about an apparition at The Algonquin Resort in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, and Nicolina retells…
 
Rodney Scott is the barbecue boss. At eleven-years-old, Rodney cooked his first whole hog, and by high school, he was branding the family business. Rodney’s success started on his small family farm and general store in Hemingway, South Carolina, and he has continued to become the co-founder of one of the 50 Best New Restaurants by Bon Appetit Magaz…
 
Bryant Terry, a food justice activist and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, talks to Elle about food access, veganism, and everyday acts of resistance. They share the challenges and triumphs of publishing cookbooks, advocating for your vision, and creating space for marginalized voices in food. Visit Bryant's website at bryant-terry.com. F…
 
Meal planning month is wrapping up and we’re talking about all that we learned. Plus, we have a whole bunch of fantastic tips from professional meal planners and our listeners. Check out Natalie’s tips for smaller households, or figure out how to feed a family with Megan and Stacy from Didn’t I Just Feed You. Sarah from our Frolic Media Network has…
 
Miguel has become a good friend, due to his always-smart comments on many episodes of this podcast, his help with editing and graphic design, and his insights on everything from UFOs to Mexican culture and history (which can be found at The Daily Grail). I always enjoy our conversations, and am thrilled we finally got around to recording one! Migue…
 
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