Best The Feast podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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The Feast
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The Feast presents delectable stories from the dining tables of history. Every two weeks, we immerse you in the sights, sounds, & tastes of a meal from the past. Make bread with medieval monks; share a martini with Churchill. Find out what wars were won & which kingdoms were lost, all for the sake of a good meal. Email suggestions for shows to thefeast@thefeastpodcast.org
 
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Live In The Feast
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Live In The Feast is a seasonal podcast for freelancers looking to get out of the feast or famine cycle and stay in the feast for good. Each season will be about a topic specific to your freelance business. Each episode within the season features actionable takeaways for you to implement in your business immediately after each show. No fluff, no pie in the sky dreaming, this is real-life examples and takeaways for you.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of At the End of the Feast by Anonymous.A traditional English Christmas Carol, first published in New Christmas Carols in 1642.This poem was the Weekly Poetry Project for the week beginning December 25th 2011. (Summary by Lucy Perry)
 
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Today’s guest is Andrew Askins. Andrew is the founder of Krit, a startup turned app design and development studio that helps other startups turn their ideas into realities. While still in school at University of South Carolina, Andrew had an opportunity to join an accelerator program for his SaaS app. Though he was able to get it off the ground ...…
 
Today’s guest is Joe Workman. Joe is a Rapid Weaver developer and the founder of Weaver’s Space. He also runs the Weaver’s Space Online Conference. Joe started using Rapid Weaver - a Mac App that lets you create a website on your local computer and then publish directly to your server - in 2006. When he set out to start a real estate business w ...…
 
Today’s guest is Lianna Patch. Lianna is a copy writer, speaker, and the founder of Punchline Copy, a copywriting agency focused on injecting humor into brand copy. Lianna also runs Snap Copy, an on-demand copywriting service. It took some time for Lianna to find her niche. She’d been writing copy for seven years and was finding herself unhappy ...…
 
Today’s guest is Troy Dean. Troy is a podcaster, speaker, father, and the founder of WP Elevation. Through WP Elevation, Troy helps WordPress consultants build and scale their businesses. A self-proclaimed “horrible passenger,” Troy started his own business because he wanted to be in control of his financial future, though the actual events lea ...…
 
Today’s guest is Elliot Murphy. Elliot is the founder and CEO of KindlyOps, a DevOps and compliance consultancy for regulated industries. Elliot and his team specialize in GDPR, HIPPA, and FDA requirements and creating compliant infrastructure for clients on Amazon Web Services. After being laid off from his role as CTO for a healthtech startup ...…
 
Today’s guest is John Locke. John is the owner of Lockedown Design, an SEO agency in Sacramento, CA focused on SEO for manufacturing companies. John started his career in blue collar jobs and began doing general web design about seven years ago. In 2017, he started shifting his business toward strictly SEO because he realized search engine rank ...…
 
Today’s guest is Matt Medeiros. Matt is the very definition of a “serial maker”. He’s founded so many different businesses and projects over the years, it’s hard to list them all. He started a digital WordPress agency, Slocum Studio, nearly a decade ago. He’s also the host of several podcasts, including Matt Report, and creator of various WordP ...…
 
Today’s guest is Chris Bintliff. Chris is the owner of Not Really Rocket Science, an agency focused on helping businesses bridge the gap between sales and marketing. He’s all about helping his clients understand their customers and building a marketing engine that works. With a background in digital learning, Chris took interest in digital mark ...…
 
Today’s guest is Sara Dunn. Sara is a web developer and founder of 11 Web, a full-service web design agency. Sara was a guest on Season 2 and since then she’s been intently focused on continuing to specialize her business into a very specific niche. She started six years ago as a WordPress design and development generalist, and now specializes ...…
 
Today’s guest is Josh Doody. Josh is a salary negotiation coach. He’s the author of Fearless Salary Negotiation and helps his clients earn what they’re worth with the strategies and tactics he’s created and refined as both an employee and entrepreneur. Josh started out as an engineer before finding his way to a project management role at a smal ...…
 
Niching down is something you’ve heard talked about on this show way back at the start. Many people I’ve spoken to have seen the value in niching down, but haven’t found that solution that shows them the way, or at the very least points them in a direction. There are many fears and questions to be addressed and answered. Questions like “how do ...…
 
Join us on Maine’s craft brewery trail as we head north to Waldoboro to talk to John and Sarah McNeil, co-owners of Odd Alewives Farm Brewery. From their adorable brewery cat, Rocket, to the latest changes in the American craft beer scene, we’ll discover what makes their fantastic farm brewery tick. Located on 22 acres of an old alpaca farm, Jo ...…
 
Join us on Maine’s craft brewery trail as we head north to Waldoboro to talk to John and Sarah McNeil, co-owners of Odd Alewives Farm Brewery. From their adorable brewery cat, Rocket, to the latest changes in the American craft beer scene, we’ll discover what makes their fantastic farm brewery tick. Located on 22 acres of an old alpaca farm, Jo ...…
 
With Season 3 all wrapped up, I want to this opportunity to thank, Justin, Curtis, Philip, Paul, Carrie, Vincent, Matt, Val, Bridget, Ryan, Avani, and Tom for sharing their experiences, their defining moments, and journeys through their lives. I truly appreciate you, your time and respect each and every one of you very dearly. As I listened bac ...…
 
With Season 3 all wrapped up, I want to this opportunity to thank, Justin, Curtis, Philip, Paul, Carrie, Vincent, Matt, Val, Bridget, Ryan, Avani, and Tom for sharing their experiences, their defining moments, and journeys through their lives. I truly appreciate you, your time and respect each and every one of you very dearly. As I listened bac ...…
 
Today’s guest is Tom McFarlin. Tom is a WordPress developer, blogger, and guitar player. He operates his own business building custom WordPress sites and products and writes the Practical WordPress Development blog. Tom is from Atlanta (which, incidentally, is where The Walking Dead is filmed). Tom and I happen to be huge fans of the show and i ...…
 
Today’s guest is Avani Miriyala. Avani is a UX designer, podcaster, and entrepreneur. She helps people create systems so that they can break through the status quo. Avani runs a design consultancy business and shares her knowledge with others through her podcast. In 2017 Avani made the decision to leave her full-time job and pursue her consulti ...…
 
This week, join The Feast under the Tuscan sun as we chat with award-winning winemaker Charlotte Horton about the enduring culinary traditions of one of Italy’s oldest communities: the Etruscans. From millennia-old grape presses to enduring wine-soaked folk songs, learn how traditional Tuscan cuisine and culture can trace its lineage back 3000 ...…
 
This week, join The Feast under the Tuscan sun as we chat with award-winning winemaker Charlotte Horton about the enduring culinary traditions of one of Italy’s oldest communities: the Etruscans. From millennia-old grape presses to enduring wine-soaked folk songs, learn how traditional Tuscan cuisine and culture can trace its lineage back 3000 ...…
 
Today’s guest is Ryan Carson. He’s a father, entrepreneur, and a developer. He founded Treehouse, an online education platform that aims to makes technology education affordable for all. After a decade running Treehouse, Ryan seriously considered selling the business. When he tried to let the buyer down easy, the buyer said he intended to “crus ...…
 
Today’s guest is Bridget Willard. Bridget is a teacher, marketer, and social media specialist. She’s also the co-founder of the Women Who WP Meetup. Bridget specializes in helping her clients with relationship marketing. Though Bridget is a teacher by trade, she became a self-taught marketer early on, which lead her down a winding path that eve ...…
 
Today’s guest is Val Geisler. Val is a mom, email strategist, writer, and self-described connector. She writes amazing, detailed emails for the world’s biggest brands that turn customers into raving fans. As a mother of two girls and an entrepreneur, Val spends a lot of time thinking about how to raise her girls in the era of the Internet and h ...…
 
Today’s guest is Matt Inglot. Matt is a husband, web agency owner, and podcast host. He runs Freelance Transformation and helps other freelancers find higher-paying jobs while also showing them how to reduce the amount of time they work. Though Matt had always dreamed of building and running a successful web agency, it wasn’t an easy or clear p ...…
 
The Feast's summer road trip continues as we head to a state once known as the birthplace of Prohibition: Maine! Join us in conversation with state politician and owner of Portland's Rising Tide Brewery, Heather Sanborn, as we chat about the past and present of Maine's beer scene. As former president of the Maine Brewer's Guild and a champion o ...…
 
The Feast's summer road trip continues as we head to a state once known as the birthplace of Prohibition: Maine! Join us in conversation with state politician and owner of Portland's Rising Tide Brewery, Heather Sanborn, as we chat about the past and present of Maine's beer scene. As former president of the Maine Brewer's Guild and a champion o ...…
 
Today’s guest is Vincent Pugliese. Vincent is a dad, husband, photographer, coach, and author. He runs The Freelance Tribe and helps others on their journey to finding success as a freelancer. In 2007, just before the economic collapse of 2008, Vincent left his job to start his own photography business. In spite of the timing, he was able to ge ...…
 
Today’s guest is Carrie Dils. Carrie is a freelancer, podcaster, writer, educator, and web developer. She runs a very popular blog where she shares her experiences as a business owner and teaches others how to build their own freelance businesses. Carrie didn’t start out as a developer. She came to it from a far more traditional business - a lo ...…
 
Today’s guest is Paul Jarvis. Paul is an author, designer, online course creator, and podcaster. Paul has been a freelancer since the 90’s and, though he has transitioned completely to products, he still keeps everything extremely simple. His newest project is a SaaS called Pico. Paul is a big believer in “scratching your own itch” when it come ...…
 
Today’s guest is Philip VanDusen. Philip has more than 20 years of experience in strategic branding, graphic design and product development. He’s the owner of a strategic design and branding consultancy, Verhaal Brand Design (the Dutch word for “story”), and a YouTuber. Philip started as a fine artist in painting and as a college-level art teac ...…
 
Today’s guest is Curtis McHale. Curtis is a husband, father, web developer, and business coach (you can find him at curtismchale.ca and SFNDesign.ca). Currently, Curtis builds membership websites and is a writer and business coach. He helps clients run the business they want, earn what they want, and spend more time with their families. On the ...…
 
Justin Jackson is a husband, dad, product guy, podcaster, and now he’s a SaaS owner (you can check him out at MegaMaker.co and Transistor.fm). Even after a decade in the software industry, he’s the first one to admit he’s still trying to figure things out. But after interviewing hundreds of people, he realized that their defining moments were o ...…
 
Season 3 of Live in the Feast is all about the origin stories, ups and downs and defining moments of some amazingly creative and brilliant entrepreneurs and freelancers, such as Justin Jackson, Curtis McHale, Philip VanDusen, Paul Jarvis, Carrie Dils, Vincent Pugliese, Matt Inglot, Val Geisler, Bridget Willard and more! Head over to http://live ...…
 
Join us for an exclusive chat with author, Allie Rowbottom, as she talks about the food and feminist themes that infuse her new book, Jell-O Girls: A Family History, available on July 24th, 2018. "A gripping examination of the dark side of an iconic American product and a moving portrait of the women who lived in the shadow of its fractured for ...…
 
Join us for an exclusive chat with author, Allie Rowbottom, as she talks about the food and feminist themes that infuse her new book, Jell-O Girls: A Family History, available on July 24th, 2018. "A gripping examination of the dark side of an iconic American product and a moving portrait of the women who lived in the shadow of its fractured for ...…
 
On this special summer episode, we talk to award-winning bartender Joshua James of the Clever Koi restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona about the long-lost original Arizona state cocktail, aptly named the Statehood. Learn how the cocktail was developed in 1910, a full two years before Arizona was granted statehood, and how it reflected the cocktail dr ...…
 
On this special summer episode, we talk to award-winning bartender Joshua James of the Clever Koi restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona about the long-lost original Arizona state cocktail, aptly named the Statehood. Learn how the cocktail was developed in 1910, a full two years before Arizona was granted statehood, and how it reflected the cocktail dr ...…
 
Join us in the season finale of the Feast for a discussion with Lori McCarthy of Cod Sounds in Newfoundland. From salt cod to goose tongue, she takes us through a culinary cornucopia of the island's history and culture. Whether it's making a hearty scoff of fish and brewis or cooking up dandelions for a medicinal tea, learn about Lori's great w ...…
 
Join us in the season finale of the Feast for a discussion with Lori McCarthy of Cod Sounds in Newfoundland. From salt cod to goose tongue, she takes us through a culinary cornucopia of the island's history and culture. Whether it's making a hearty scoff of fish and brewis or cooking up dandelions for a medicinal tea, learn about Lori's great w ...…
 
The Feast is headed to the library this week with a special sneak peek of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's upcoming exhibition, Mixed Messages: Making and Shaping Culinary Culture in Canada. We'll speak with one of the co-curators of the exhibit, Liz Ridolfo, as she takes us through a chronological culinary tour of Canada. From the earlies ...…
 
The Feast is headed to the library this week with a special sneak peek of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's upcoming exhibition, Mixed Messages: Making and Shaping Culinary Culture in Canada. We'll speak with one of the co-curators of the exhibit, Liz Ridolfo, as she takes us through a chronological culinary tour of Canada. From the earlies ...…
 
All aboard! This week, The Feast is riding the rails with an icon of American dining, the Harvey House. Founded by Fred Harvey in the 1870s, Harvey Houses marked the first attempt to provide standardized high quality dining experiences to passengers travelling the American West by rail. We'll also take a look at Harvey's army of waitresses, the ...…
 
All aboard! This week, The Feast is riding the rails with an icon of American dining, the Harvey House. Founded by Fred Harvey in the 1870s, Harvey Houses marked the first attempt to provide standardized high quality dining experiences to passengers travelling the American West by rail. We'll also take a look at Harvey's army of waitresses, the ...…
 
There are 4 steps to starting to specialize your business and landing that first specialized client. 1. The 4 Lists of Specialization 2. Learn how to say "no" 3. Vet the niche to see if it really has value 4. Do the research and land that first clientBy Jason Resnick | Freelance Web Developer | Family Guy | Coach | Solopreneur.
 
More than one hundred years after its fateful encounter with an iceberg on April 14th, 1912, the Titanic still captivates history buffs as a microcosm of Edwardian society. This week we’re exploring the culinary life onboard the unsinkable ship, looking at everything from those who worked in Titanic’s state of the art kitchens to the epic meals ...…
 
More than one hundred years after its fateful encounter with an iceberg on April 14th, 1912, the Titanic still captivates history buffs as a microcosm of Edwardian society. This week we’re exploring the culinary life onboard the unsinkable ship, looking at everything from those who worked in Titanic’s state of the art kitchens to the epic meals ...…
 
Not closing as many deals as a freelancer? This episode will show you how you can get back on track and close more deals by ...By Jason Resnick | Freelance Web Developer | Family Guy | Coach | Solopreneur.
 
Sara learned that being a generalist meant that every time she took on some sort of new task or service, it was slow to figure out and she wasn’t always billing hourly so that burden fell on her to ramp up as fast as possible. When she took on services or clients that were similar, she had already done all the learning and education. She was in ...…
 
From fire jumping to colored eggs, Persian New Year (Nowruz) is an epic annual tradition for millions of people worldwide. A celebration of the return of spring, Nowruz is a food-laden affair where thousand-year-old dishes are served each year on Persian tables. Join us as we chat with Iranian-born Merhnoosh Zamani and Kimia Ziafat as they prep ...…
 
From fire jumping to colored eggs, Persian New Year (Nowruz) is an epic annual tradition for millions of people worldwide. A celebration of the return of spring, Nowruz is a food-laden affair where thousand-year-old dishes are served each year on Persian tables. Join us as we chat with Iranian-born Merhnoosh Zamani and Kimia Ziafat as they prep ...…
 
The takeaway from this show is to look at your services page or your homepage. Are you speaking your language or your clients’ language? Do you have techno-jargon on there or speak to the benefits of your service or solution? You should be able to tell. If not, then tweet me at @rezzz and I’ll take a look and give you a personalized video review.…
 
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