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Best Couple Cooks podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Couple Cooks podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Bob Ruff is currently investigating the double homicide of Fort Worth couple Agnes and Lloyd "Smitty" Courtney. The Truth & Justice Podcast recently wrapped up Season 7 (The Murder of Bill Little), and Season 5 (The Forgotten West Memphis Three). The podcast investigates a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. Bob asks listeners to help with the investigation, in an attempt to prove who actually committed the crimes and free the wrongfully convicted. Truth & Justice is a true ...
 
Join Bruce Weinstein, the chef, and Mark Scarbrough, the writer, as they work their way through recipes and culinary myths. Once a week, they'll cook through a recipe in real time--complete with all the travails that could bring to this long-married couple. What's more, once a week they'll gleefully disabuse you of the greatest cooking mistakes they've seen in their years teaching classes, distilled into short, funny episodes. Twice a week at the same price! (Zero dollars.) You can't beat th ...
 
Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Chris Haynes sits down with NBA stars to have real conversations about everything you don’t typically hear in player interviews. Chris and his guests will dive into the most relevant NBA storylines, culture, style and some x’s and o’s too. It’s just a couple of guys posted up and talking about life… Unscripted and unfiltered. Don't miss the debut episode with Kevin Durant, dropping Christmas Eve. Full video shows of most episodes will be available on the Yahoo Sports ...
 
A Couple Cooks: The Podcast is a show celebrating the joy of home cooking. Hosted by husband and wife Alex and Sonja Overhiser from the nationally recognized food blog A Couple Cooks, the show explores how to cook seasonal produce at home and integrate delicious (and healthy) recipes into everyday life. Listen for fresh weekly recipes, kitchen tips, conversations from their popular blog series Healthy + Whole, and anecdotes behind the scenes in the A Couple Cooks kitchen. For more recipes, s ...
 
Logan is the chef, Hannah is the philosopher. Together they wrestle through questions like: How much sugar do you add to rhubarb crisp? How has processed eating impacted our relationship with the planet? And ultimately, how do we reconcile food as the inescapable center of our lives?
 
A podcast focused current events, pop culture, identity, and the tricky art of navigating life. Your hosts are Jenn White and Kim Springer. Kim is a recovering academic and a lapsed activist. Once she gets over this latest bout of bourgeois rage, she’ll probably do something bold beyond wearing sassy t-shirts. Stay tuned! Jenn is a public radio host and full time dog mom. She cooks a lot, boxes out her bourgeois rage on a heavy bag, and plans to eventually finish a couple of kids’ books and ...
 
A couple of coworkers got together to start a podcast answering the most important questions. "Would you rather..." This is an entertainment podcast where we know you do not care about our answers. Please email us any WYR questions, comments, concerns or requests for Derrick's nudes at info.somehowimanage@gmail.com.
 
Waiting To Dry is the most entertaining least informative art podcast on Earth. A podcast about art that's way more entertaining than reading an artist bio. Sergio Lopez is an artist who studied at art college, and Joshua Lawyer is self-taught. But both of them have a lot to say about being professional artists. This show isn't about what brushes to use or how to sell your paintings. They talk to artists and each other about what's going on in their lives and try to make each other laugh, an ...
 
Imagine a young, twenty-something woman in 1860, reared “in the indolent life of the ordinary Southern girl” (which means she has never learned to cook); married to a professional man who knows “nothing of manual labor;” who is mother to a young son; and who has just found out she is pregnant with their second child. Imagine that this couple has become “embarrassed financially” by “imprudent speculations,” and that they are discussing what to do. They decide to buy a wagon and three yoke of ...
 
Weekly bite-sized discussion, personal tips and upbeat banter from a couple who recovered from an enormous health crisis through trying everything at least once. Join them now at their dining table as they talk about what worked, what didn’t work, and listen as they continue their journey to complete wellness. Learn about their explorations into aspects of nutrition, popular culture, self-care, mindfulness, reasons to be cheerful, and more. One topic each week, on literally any aspect of wel ...
 
Feast of Fun makes your iPod go gay! Listen to our gay podcast every day for fresh funny and honest talk on odd news and social trends peppered with a dazzling assortment of cocktail recipies and celebrity interviews yu won't hear anywhere else. The first gay couple podcast, Marc Felion and Fausto Fernós started the show in February of 2005.Winners of the People's Choice Podcast Award for best Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Trans Podcast and the Gay Bloggies for "Best Podcast" join Marc and Fausto and ...
 
The Birdy Num Num Indian podcast is all about inspiring the creative Indian.With over 35M views online spanning a career in IT and Stand Up Comedy, Indian-American comedian Sanjay Manaktala is the epitome of "because life begins after engineering." A good chunk of his guests also live by this philosophy. Every Monday and Thursday Sanjay talks creativity, dating, technology, life, current events and general life advice from the perspective of a 30 something Indian American guy traveling the w ...
 
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The third episode of Two Tablespoons!We’ll be cooking a seemingly-simple dish that’s been elevated to a new level by Michelin star chef, Tom Kerridge – a twice cooked, 4 cheese omelette. We’ll also throw in some interesting titbits about the egg-based food you might not have known! As promised, ingredients and a brief method are listed below if you…
 
The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide surpassed 5 million this week, with most of the new cases coming from just four countries: the U.S., Russia, Brazil and India. Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, professor at Columbia University, joins us to discuss the state of the coronavirus pandemic. And, commencement speeches this year have taken on additional weight as …
 
The economy is slowly reopening, but many childcare options aren’t — forcing some working moms to choose between work and taking care of the kids. If that choice falls on working moms, it’s bad news for the economy and could mean a “she-cession,” says economist Armine Yalnizyan.Then, meat processing plants have become COVID-19 epicentres, exposing …
 
Addiction experts are turning to telemedicine to offer their services to patients amid the pandemic. We speak to Stephen Loyd, Chief Medical Officer of Cedar Recovery in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about the role of telemedicine in addiction treatment. Also, we've heard a lot from adults about the struggles of online learning, but how are kids feeling…
 
It was the time when City went with wide players in Nicky Summerbee and Peter Beagrie - supplying Paul Walsh, Uwe Rosler and Niall Quinn. It was entertaining, but it was very inconsistent. David Mooney is joined by Jonathan Smith from Goal.com to remember City under Brian Horton.By Blue Moon Podcast - A Manchester City Show
 
B.C.'s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, talks to Matt Galloway about the likelihood of a second wave of COVID-19, and how lessons learned so far will help Canadians to be ready.Then, we talk to a panel of experts about the progress being made in the search for a vaccine, and whether the public should temper expectations.Plus, police say…
 
Dentist offices in some states are beginning to reopen for non-emergency services this week. Dr. Romesh Nalliah, clinical professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan, joins us to discuss the challenges dentists and hygienists are facing in the era of coronavirus. And, there's growing consensus that human destruction of pristine habitats is…
 
Disney is putting rules in place like requiring visitors to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks. The company has also issued a warning — saying come at your own risk. Martin Lewison, known as Professor Roller Coaster, joins us. Also, newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing have been forced to accept furloughs and pay cuts that will last b…
 
Jess welcomes Vanderpump Rules OG Peter Madrigal to chat about the trials & tribulations of perhaps the only man truly working at SUR. Peter reminisces about dating Stassi, watching the RHOBH crew film at SUR, and the fateful day when the employees were approached about a Housewives spinoff that would become VPR. We discuss the recent editor/Schean…
 
Federico’s Supper Club has been an institution in Vancouver for more than 20 years, but is among a number of Canadian restaurants that recently closed their doors forever. We discuss the challenges facing your favourite restaurants in the pandemic, and beyond.Then, our national affairs panel discusses Ottawa's decision to extend the Canada-U.S. bor…
 
Nearly 1.5 million lupus patients depend on hydroxycholoroquine, but since the coronavirus pandemic caught fire in March, the drug has been hard to come by. Lupus patient Stacie Beland joins us to discuss how she has been affected by the shortages. And, SalesForce executive Elizabeth Pinkham joins us to discuss the ways that offices and office cult…
 
As students of all ages adjust to online classes during the pandemic, one course that can be hard to teach virtually is science. But for some teachers, where there's a will, there's a way. WBEZ's Kate McGee reports. Also, some increasingly popular air conditioning systems don't bring in enough fresh air. University of Maryland environmental health …
 
It’s episode 100! Josh reveals some life-and-career-changing news! How much time will Sergio do to protect Josh’s criminal enterprise? How come celebrities have no talent? These questions and more from the listeners are answered! Flea vs. the ShamWow guy! Peepee River vs PooPoo mountain! We talk about sharing works-in-progress on Instagram, and end…
 
In honour of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re bringing you a mini-series on mental health, where we will interview different experts about different mental health issues. Our first guest is psychoanalyst Amaya Albin. She did a degree in psychology, followed by a course in Art Psychotherapy, then a masters degree in psychoanalysis at Dimension Ps…
 
Keep it open, and risk the spread of infection. Keep it closed, and risk further effects on the economy. When is the right time to reopen the Canada-U.S. border? Former acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris and former Minister of Foreign Affairs John Manley join Matt Galloway to discuss.Then, what will international travel look like in the mon…
 
In mid-March, nursing home owner Tyson Belanger decided to take a unique approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19: offering staff up to $20,000 a month to move into RVs he rented and placed on site. Belanger talks to host Robin Young about his plan and how other facilities could make it work. Also, beaches in Los Angeles reopened after closing to…
 
At least 150 children in the U.S. are now believed to have contracted pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome, a new illness thought to be connected to COVID-19. Amber Dean, a Hornell, New York, mother of three joins us to discuss her 9-year-old son Bobby who is recovering from the illness. And, we hear from an exterminator about how rats have…
 
Jess hangs with Erin Martin (Pink Shade podcast & Jenny McCarthy Show) to chat about the further implications of the Vanderpump editor scandal as it will relate to podcasters and a lot more! Erin Martin is a regular on SiriusXM where she recaps Housewives with Jenny McCarthy every single week. We kiki about this season of the Kardashians, Bravo fin…
 
The other day I watched Dog Day Afternoon , and I have a confession to make—I’d never seen it before. Yeah, yeah, but we all have holes in our movie-watching history, and that just happened to be one of them for me. It’s obviously brilliant, and has a lot more zip than I expected, and it got me to thinking about how much I enjoy those grimy New Yor…
 
What are the prospects of a second wave in Canada? We start today looking to Germany and South Korea, where efforts to reopen are underway, and ask what Canada can learn from those countries.Then, whether you have a backyard, a community plot or a tiny balcony — you can get a little green in your life. We talk to garden lovers across the country ab…
 
In the third installment of So, You Want To Write A Cook Book, we take you into the kitchen. You'll see how we approach flavors and recipes and how we go about the day to day testing of recipes and structuring them into a book. Too many soups? Not enough noodles? We cover how we make those decisions and offer up some advice that will help with your…
 
Episode the second, of Two Tablespoons!We’ll be discussing the popular dish, Chicken Katsu Curry, including some interesting titbits about it, before prepare the meal the Two Tablespoons way. As promised, ingredients and a brief method are listed below if you want to have a go at our recipe at home. If you like (or don’t like) what you hear, feel f…
 
A lot of people want to do things but question their friend's opinions of doing them. A lot of people also start spirituality and mindfulness with good intentions, but go down a rabbit hole. Sanjay answers a listeners question discussing both. BirdyNumNum YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2Voafjh My comedy sketches and standup on SanjayComedy YouTube …
 
The World Health Organization warned this week that the coronavirus "may never go away," even after there is a vaccine. We analyze this and other news with Lawrence Gostin, professor of law at Georgetown University and director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. And, most Americans eat far more salt that they should and it…
 
Grammy award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin is flooding social media with at home concerts and entertaining videos to uplift people in these difficult times. We chat with him about his message of hope, expansive career and activism. Also, an official from the European Union is proposing a gradual lifting of border restrictions to kick start su…
 
We talk to reporters in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario to hear about plans to re-open the provinces, and how COVID-19 has impacted their communities.Then, we ask three of Canada’s finest how they feel about the way the country has responded to COVID-19, and what we might be like after the pandemic passes. Matt Galloway is joined by Giller Prize-…
 
With parents and kids in lockdown, dance challenges on TikTok have become a family affair. Associate professor Shauna Pomerantz is studying creativity on the social media platform, with some help from her daughter/co-researcher, 11-year-old Miriam. They tell us about doing mom-daughter dances in lockdown — for science!Then, on a reserve just outsid…
 
Quick, what’s the rarest movie genre you can think of? OK, yeah, there’s the roller disco musical, there’s not many of those. But while it might not be the absolute least common, how about this—can you name five movies off the top of your head about people… just being nice to each other? I know, I know, dramatic tension, conflict, those make for go…
 
A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation found more than 4 in 10 Americans say stress from the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental health. Ken Duckworth of the National Alliance on Mental Illness joins us to discuss growing concerns over the nation's mental health. And, social justice organizations are assessing how to mobilize while…
 
From "U Can't Touch This" to "Don't Stand So Close To Me," husband and wife DJ duo John and Heidi Small from South Dakota share the perfect '80s songs for the moment. Also, spring is supposed to be a busy time for the U.S. housing market. But the coronavirus has upended plans for buyers and sellers across the country. Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd repo…
 
Jess summons Emerson Collins (The People’s Couch) back to the pod for a kiki regarding the Scheana Shay vs. VPR editor Bri Dellinger scandal. Bri is an editor who has worked on Project Runway, Top Chef and currently Vanderpump Rules. She went on a since-deleted podcast (don't worry, we saved it & transcribed it for you) claiming she "tries to embar…
 
On Monday, Brian Beattie became the first registered nurse in Canada to die from COVID-19. We hear from nurses about their fears and the moral choices they face as they head to work, particularly as the pandemic conversation shifts to reopening.Then, are you one of millions of people with an island on Animal Crossing? We get the lowdown on the lock…
 
10 days working from home, four days back in the office — that’s the two-week model being suggested to get the economy back on track. We speak with economics professor Eran Yashiv, from the team who designed the model, and associate professor of biology Erin Bromage about how to protect ourselves when it’s time to step back into our workplaces. The…
 
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