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Best Comfortfood podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Comfortfood podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Meet the Rogues on the Road. Matt an avid outdoorsman and former science teacher turned distiller. And Rich the "Brit", a city slicker who moved to the US and works in special education. Matt and Rich embrace their cultural differences and come together each week to discuss food, travel, booze and everything in between. Laugh and learn along the way as they sample fun bites & beverages, embrace challenges, meet unique guests and even play a few pranks. So, listen in as they gather around the ...
 
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Meet Jean Black, AKA the "Black Wine Guy". Jean has had a very long, interesting and unconventional career in the wine business, which began at the oldest wine shop in New York City, Acker wines. "What started as a package store in 1820, has today become the oldest and most respected wine shop in America. Acker Merrall Condit, located on the beauti…
 
In today's episode, Jessica does things a little differently - not one book or movie or comfort show but three comfort shows, and not just three comfort shows but three comfort shows and their companion podcasts. So, join Jess as she discusses THE WEST WING and the podcast THE WEST WING WEEKLY; THE GOOD PLACE and the podcast THE GOOD PLACE THE PODC…
 
Had a great time meeting up with Matt Ketchum, an oyster farmer from the North Fork of Long Island. Matt owns and operates Peconic Gold Oysters which has been operating since 2013 on a 10 acre underwater plot. Matt: "The nearby Peconic River provides a unique input of minerals. It is believed that the iron supplied by the river and the algae that b…
 
In the second episode of season 2, Jessica and Laura do a re-read of the Lucy Maud Montgomery novel THE BLUE CASTLE. The comfort food is chinese food, specifically wonton soup and pork fried rice. And the community comfort is the tactile experience of a bowl of dry rice or beans (listen to the episode for details, you'll get it). So, crack open you…
 
In the midst of the global pandemic of Covid 19, we here at Comfort Measures thought we should try in some small way to help address the crisis and since we're not medical professionals, or essential workers or ventilator manufacturers, we're doing it the only way we know how by discussing a comfort movie and eating some comfort food. As you'll hea…
 
We met up with Rick and Andrew at Shady Knolls distillery to learn about their distilled spirits which are made from apples and rye grown right on their own farm. This is a father, son-in-law operation which began in 2011. They both love traditional French apple brandy which is why decided to utilize traditional NY fermentables, apples and winter r…
 
We met up with Tariq, Cindy & Jacqueline at Two Alices Coffee who represent a very unique travel program Global to Local, located in Newburgh, NY. "The program global service-learning provides students with an opportunity to learn while working on a meaningful volunteer project that addresses an authentic community need in a foreign country. By imm…
 
Excited to finally meet up with our "coffee shaman", Mike Love. Mike is co-owner of Coffee Labs located in Tarrytown, NY and knows just about everything there is to know about coffee production and tasting. A former proffesional chef, Mike became burnt out at his job and decided to go into business for himself along with his wife, Alicia. Mike took…
 
ZOMBIES ARE COMING TO BEACON (for a great cause)! FAMILY FRIENDLY _ FREE EVENT!! The first annual Beacon Zombie Outbreak will be on November 16th, 2019. The Zombie Outbreak will start at Dogwood Restaurant at 2pm. Bring the whole family already made up or get your makeup done for FREE (we just ask that you tip your makeup artist). Everyone register…
 
Prologue: We suggest you purchase a couple of bars of chocolate from Dandelion Chocolate while listening to this podcast. It will definetly enhance the experience! The single-origin chocolates we sampled were incredibly complex and different depending on country of origin and Terroir. It was very helpful having both a chocolate expert and coffee ex…
 
We met up with Dani and David at a local gastro pub, Country Fare to discuss their latest epic costume design for Magic Wheelchairs. Together they are working on a Halloween themed build that will be revealed at Comic Con For Kids. "Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kiddos in wheelchairs — at no cost to fami…
 
We met up with Yvan at Deccico's markets in Armonk, NY. Yvan De Baets is a founder and brewer at the famed brewery, Brasserie De La Senne, in Brussels. He is also a social worker and beer historian. Belgium has a long rich history when it comes to brewing and is also trend setter to the entire brewing industry. Yvan is extremely passionate about th…
 
Finally...an episode that has given us the most complete education on sour beers. We met up with Alex Wallash at, Deccicos & Sons in Brewster, NY. Alex is a founder, brewer, innovator and surfer from The Rare Barrel, in Berkley California. The sours produced at The Rare Barrel are some of the finest and most innovative we've experienced. RARE BARRE…
 
Thirty minutes before this podcast we had no idea we were going to record this. This episode is dedicated to the oldest barber in the world and WWII veteran, Anthony Mancinelli. We never met Anthony, however we thought it appropriate to honor Anthony by attending his funeral Mass, procession and grave-side service. This is where we met up with mili…
 
Big thanks to Delta Sky Club for hosting this episode with Damrak Gin. We met up with Tanya from Damrak to discuss cocktails, gin history and trends. Delta Sky Club's complimentary cocktail of the month is a Spanish-Style gin and tonic made with Damrak. The gin recently won silver at Food and Beverage Magazine's PROOF% awards Damrak is light on the…
 
This episode we met up Morgan Spurlock at his pop-up restaurant, Holy Chicken to discuss the newly released Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! Morgan is an award-winning and Academy Award-nominated writer, director, producer, playwright and president and founder of full-service New York-based production studio Warrior Poets. Joining us were poultry far…
 
Another first for us! Truly honored to be guests & students at The Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY. Not only home to the famous X-men mansion its also home to 50 North American wolves. Species at the center include Gray, Mexican Gray and Red wolves. We met up Maggie Howell who is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to Canis Lupus. Maggi…
 
This episode we met up with Brittany Chardin of Movers and Shakers. Brittany is a beverage and bar consultant who has partnered with Delta to help transform the Delta Sky Club into a whole new experience. The key word is "experience" and that's what Delta is striving to accomplish. An all-encompassing, multi-sensory "Shangri-La" thats surprisingly …
 
We met up with Antonio Guarda Nardini from Grappa Nardini. Antonio's family has been making premium grappa in Italy since 1779. Although the family originated with distilling traditional grappa they also produce liqueurs, brandy, aperitifs and bitters. This episode we stayed within the grappa category. The name “grappa” originally comes from the It…
 
This episode we met up with Lisa Laird Dunn of Laird and Company. The first legal apple-mash distillery operating in the United States. Lisa shares her incredible family history that reaches back generations and samples us on a rare cask celebrating her son's legacy, the tenth generation. So, whats the difference between applejack and apple brandy?…
 
We met up with George Manska, the creator of the Neat Glass. George has revolutionized the the way the alcohol industry is experiencing spirits! Just about every major spirit competition in the world is taking on this glass to judge spirits to their fullest. George Manska: "In 2002, a simple glass blowing mistake created an amazing shape which disp…
 
We met the crew at Chinola during a visit to Bar Convent, Brooklyn. They are "passionate" about the entire operation. This includes carefully growing their own Passion fruit. This is the most authentic passion fruit liqueur we tasted. We love it chilled; however, a splash on top of a fresh Caipirinha and it doesn't get much better. "Passion fruit i…
 
We had a great time sitting with artist, dad & philanthropist Michael Godard! "Michael Godard is known as the explosive “Rockstar of the Art World” and global top selling artist! "His world of art invites us to see his lighthearted perspective, surrounding us with animated olives, grapes, and dancing strawberries. His unique portrayal of fun is an …
 
Chicago deep-dish pizza is expanding beyond its borders. We had a lot of fun with Evan from Giordano's Pizza! He met us in Vegas where the company has recently opened two restaurants and its apparent that he as well as the entire company are extremely passionate about their famous deep dish pizza. This style of pizza is a bit foreign to all of us a…
 
This is a first for us! We spent the evening podcasting live from craft beer mecca, DeCicco and Sons in Brewster, NY. Consumers arrive from all over the trip-state area to experience the amazing and often rare craft brews. Joining us for a tap takeover was Diner Brew Company, Plan Bee Brewery, Industrial Arts Brewing and Brendan from DeCicco and So…
 
A must visit if you are in the Hudson Valley! We spent the morning at a traditional family-owned, German butcher. East Fishkill Provisions is an art form with a broad spectrum of specialties dating back generations. The original owner, Rudy is 94 years old and is still going strong making traditional brats. Rudy sold to current owner George Mustaka…
 
We had a great time with Mike and Dani from Coconut Cartel! Amazing founding story that created a Guatemalan rum proofed with coconut water. "Coconut Cartel is the story of Mike and Dani Zig and all the places theyve called home. Born in Miami to Latin parents, the Zigs grew up between Miami, Guatemala and El Salvador; often spending weekdays in Ce…
 
We met the crew at El Silencio Mezcal at Bar Convent, Brooklyn last year. This year we came back to taste and wow, what an experience! We'll leave the actual tasting experience to the episode. Mezcal can be misunderstood because many people who try them for the first time are often disappointed. Mezcal flavor profiles are on a wide spectrum. They c…
 
Kyrö may be the first stop on our European tour! We love theses guys and their rye-based spirits. Kyrö produces gin, whiskey, bitters & a cream liquer. In America Rye is usually associated with aged whiskey. Bold flavors followed by a spicy somewhat medicinal finish. Finland's terroir plays an important role and the Rye grown, harvested and process…
 
We're back recording at one of our favorite spots, Ibizia Kitchen in Chappaqua, NY. Joining us is special guest AND friend, Phoenix-Kelly Rappa. Phoenix is co-owner of Cuca Fresca cachaça who gave us a bit of an education on Brazils national spirit. Included in this lesson, our teacher crafted a perfect passion fruit Caipirinha topped with Chinola …
 
This podcast was recorded live at Ibizia Kitchen in Chappaqua, NY. It marks our first official interview with chef/owner Ignaciao Blanco. We're big fans of Ignacio and his Galician style Tapas and have been customers of his Ibizia restaurant in Danbury, CT from the beginning. Ignacio got his start opening in Manhattan and then moved to Norwalk and …
 
We were a bit thirsty so we packed up our gear and travelled a short distance to a boutique distillery, Still The One in Port Chester, NY. The business is predominantly a three man operation: Owner, Albert Savarese, head distiller Tyler LaCorata & assistant distiller Ryan Sadis. The trio have it dialed in and are producing some unique and amazing e…
 
A few boundaries have been broken with this special podcast interview. Three separate podcasts partnered to bring you an evening with philanthropist, Harris Rosen. The Hangover Takeover , The Fork On The Road and Rogues on The Road spent an amazing two hours at Jacks Place restaurant in Orlando Florida conversing with Harris about life, food and th…
 
Rocio is a certified special education teacher, shaman, minister and single mom! She is good friend of Matt & the Rogues and we've all had the honor of experiencing a traditional Cacao Ceremony with her. This ceremony is just one of many, Rocio conducts with clients. Rocio was born in New York and began her spiritual work publicly in 2007 after yea…
 
Episode 12 - In our 12th episode, Jessica tackles her first (but far from her last) science fiction Comfort Media as she takes a deep dive into the premiere episode of the (criminally-cancelled-too-soon - Thanks, Frelling SciFi Channel!) television series, FARSCAPE. The Comfort Food is buttermilk biscuits. And the Community Comfort is (a bit on the…
 
This episode opened with a brand new voice over intro from across the pond. Following the new intro, we jumped right in to the growing world of food allergies. Asha LeRay, this weeks guest owns Food Allergy Unboxed. A parent of a child with severe food allergies Asha's company provides a combination of food allergy training, as well as allergy-sens…
 
In our latest episode, Jessica does a re-read of the hilarious Jennifer Crusie novel FAKING IT. The comfort food is blueberry muffins. And the community comfort is the scent of cinnamon (and the Christmas spices that go with it - clove and nutmeg)...so drop a nice cinnamon Christmas blend in the diffuser, grab a warm blueberry muffin (with some sof…
 
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