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Best Craft Cocktail Recipes podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Craft Cocktail Recipes podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Come under the influence of the DESIGNATED DRINKER SHOW™, a weekly podcast that's raising the bar on craft cocktails. On each episode, host Louise Salas invites a different Designated Drinker to infuse their unique perspective and story into the conversation, while resident barkeep Gina Chersevani distills this distinctive flavor profile into a custom cocktail.
 
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 ...
 
There’s more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don’t know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What’s the story behind your family’s secret sauce? It’s the history behind true southern cooking. It’s Deep South Dining! Monday mornings at 9 on MPB Think Radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou ...
 
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Get the featured cocktail recipe: My Daiquiri Is Too Jellylicioius Of course, family business comes with complications but for Valerie, it’s a true blessing. Her professional life is fully entwined with her family life, and she couldn’t be happier. She focused her marketing smarts to strengthen the Nalls Produce brand, innovate their communications…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: The Squeeze Yes, Gardner is a master at shucking and serving up the best oysters, which is enough to fall in love with, but his openness and welcoming soul is what really gets you. So, if you want more Gardner—and who doesn’t—check out his podcast, Oyster Ninja or learn some shucking tips from this sensei of the bi…
 
The summer is always a great time for grilling. If we are being honest anytime is a great time for grilling. On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol welcome two grill masters to the show to share their knowledge of grilling and smoking. From Tru-Q BBQ we have Trudy Fisher and from Wright Way BBQ we welcome Eddie Wright. Low and slow …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: My Cup Runneth Over If you look up bon vivant in the dictionary, you will simply find a photo of this Sultan of Swoon. Tad is definitely a man about town and has a true passion for ‘the good life.’ Before taking on his current role as the Ambassador to the Americas for Amaro Montenegro, he was a founding partner of…
 
Today on Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol take a look at the process of pickling and preserving foods with friend of the show April McGregor. Now based in Pennsylvania, this native of Vardaman, Mississippi has been making award winning pickles and preserves since the days on her family farm. After a brief history lesson from Carol on the early d…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: A Hinny Lauren may not have originally set out to create her inspirational clothing line, T-Aware Apparel but sometimes life sends us on a journey we would have never imagine for ourselves. Although, Lauren does not describe herself as very outspoken, she definitely found a creative way for her voice to be heard an…
 
Adrian Miller did not set out to be known as the Soul Food Scholar, but when he say a void in the telling of the story of soul food he rose to the challenge. Now as a James Beard Award winning author and historian he shares the story of soul food and how it is a major part of the African-American experience. On this episode of Deep South Dining, Ma…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: The Cantaloupe Tales Kathy Hollinger is the President & CEO of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, which represents over 1,000 restaurants and the food service industry in the DC area. And Francine Cohen is the Editor in Chief and Business Strategist of Inside F&B, which offers targeted editorial…
 
The yellow squash, red tomatoes, and many of the delicious greens are ready to make your dinner plate radiant. But that is only if you have access to this type of high quality food. On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol take a look into the struggle of food insecurity with Robert St. John from Extra Table and the producers of a ne…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Ain’t No Sunshine, When She’s Gone Poet is an influential multi-media personality, yes. But she is so much more. When she walks into a room, her energy fills the space and her lust for life is intoxicating. She is definitely someone who betters the world and the people she’s around. So, if she calls you friend, you…
 
Like the Beatles song, "With A Little Help From My Friends" or the Whodini hip hop classic, "Friends" today's show could not have happened without some familiar Deep South Dining voices. Malcolm and Carol were off for the Memorial Day holiday and had plenty of food talk to catch up on. Also they discuss the new normal for restaurants as guidelines …
 
Kris Moon is incredibly talented and now as the COO of JBF, he is focusing all his efforts on Open For Good, their campaign to “help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.” The program provides critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equita…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Preserving the Negroni ******************* Domenica grew up in an Italian family and spent much of her childhood summers romping about Italy, learning the culture and her family’s cooking traditions. These experiences are the foundation and inspiration behind her approach to cooking and are easily found on the pag…
 
On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol talk with Dr. Marcie Cohen Ferris. As the former president of the Southern Foodways Alliance and author of the books, "Matzoh Ball Gumbo" and "The Edible South", Marcie has spent most of her life chronicling the Jewish experience in the South through the lens of food. So this show they will ta…
 
********EPI NOTES******** From his home kitchen, Bryan joins Louise & Gina to have a few shots, make few cocktails and share how he’s managing as a restaurateur though the COVID shut down. Of course, they still find tons of reasons to laugh as he shares his story of becoming a celebrity chef, growing up in Fredrick, Maryland—where he still lives to…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: GT&S ********EPI NOTES******** Even though these might be tough times, we still need to find reason to laugh, and definitely, reason to drink. So, get ready to make H’s unique twist on a gin tonic that is right up Louise’s alley and perfect for your socially-distancing at-home happy hours. Want to easily expand you…
 
Community cookbooks are more than just a collection of recipes. They are viewed as community art projects, time capsules, and often family heirlooms. Today Malcolm and Carol are dusting off some of their favorite community cookbooks and speak with a few friends about theirs. Did you know that the biggest selling community cookbook has sold 1.9 mill…
 
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…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Champagne “Strawberry Cobbler *******EPI NOTES******* In late 2014, Dani created Blonde in the District, after leaving a job that was stifling her creativity. Fortunately for the rest of us, blogging became her creative outlet. Through style and beauty, Dani gained new found confidence, which she then played forwar…
 
Connecting with friends and family during COVID-19 is not always easy and today on Deep South Dining we found this to be true. On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol welcome Chef Melissa Martin, author of The Mosquito Supper Club: Cajun Recipes for a Disappearing Bayou. Between a few connection issues, they talk about her time growi…
 
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…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Crushing On A Girl **************************** #CocktailingAloneTogether? We have the perfect recipes for any stuck at-home bartender in our library of libations. Don't forget to subscribe, download and review to share your thoughts about the show! Covid-19 may have changed the way we socialize, the way podcast, …
 
On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm White and Carol Puckett talk about community cookbooks, delicious bacon, and cooking for the family. First up is the amazing Allan Benton, from Benton’s Smokey Mountain Country Ham’s. Referred to often as the Bacon God they talk about his not so secret ingredients and how COVID-19 is affecting his busine…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: The Dark Lord ******* AFTER LISTENING TO THIS EPI>>>>>>>> ******* Want more inspiration? Then head over to our library of libations and find another recipe to make your own. Don't forget to subscribe, download and review to share your thoughts about the show! Sherra Kurtz, the AGM of Columbia Room, is a truly a br…
 
Cooking has become the great connector during this time of social distancing. Being physically apart as made our community ties grow stronger and the proof is all over social media. The Facebook group, Cooking and Coping: Gathering Around the Virtual Dinner Table is bringing people together through the love of food from all around the world. Today …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Time for a Coffee Break We are definitely proud that Ryan Bos from Capital Pride Alliance joined us on this epi! He shares how the organization works hard to serve and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and how important it is—especially in the current state of our union—to unite our voices, and the power of our vote,…
 
If you were to see a dumpling, would you recognize it? Or would you know it by another name? This is one of the questions that Chef Vivian Howard sought to answer on her new PBS show "Somewhere South". Today on Deep South Dining she joined us from North Carolina to talk with Carol and Malcolm about the new show and the time she spent in Mississippi…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Milanese Sour & She’s Kaler-er Queen Pt. 2 Yes, there’s a bit of warmth in the air, the sweet melody of the songbird can be heard and our gardens are all abloom. So, you know what that must mean, it’s time for our Spring Fling Like You Mean It episodes! Amy Hosseinnian and Julien-Pierre Bourgon join us to stir-up …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Classic Aperol Spritz & Sedate Your Hesitation Pt1. Yes, there’s a bit of warmth in the air, the sweet melody of the songbird can be heard and our gardens are all abloom. So you know what that must mean, it’s time for our Spring Fling Like You Mean It episodes! Amy Hosseinnian and Julien-Pierre Bourgon join us to …
 
During this age of social distancing our daily lives have changed but one constant remains: we have to eat. Yet the new normal is take-out and curbside service from restaurants along with making use of everything in the home pantry and freezer. Today on the show Malcolm and Carol talk with Chef Cole Ellis from Cleveland about how the Delta Meat Mar…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Sazerac Twist This epi is all about twinkling stars that make a huge impact. It’s all about, Lisa Martin. Yes, she is the Founder & CEO of Embrace Communications. Yes, she started her first firm 20 years ago when women were required to wear pantyhose to the office. And yes, she did it all while making sure volunte…
 
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…
 
Sometimes we walk into the kitchen with out a plan and make up a meal depending on the ingredients we have. Well that is exactly what we did with this episode of Deep South Dining. It was an open topic day and we created a kabob of southern delights. Malcolm and Carol talk about their latest kitchen adventures, new eateries they have tried, and Car…
 
Cotton Blues has been a Hattiesburg staple restaurant with a menu full of locally sourced delights and surprises that constantly has it named "Best Brunch in the Pine Belt". Now coming to a grocery store near you (if not there already) is there signature cheesecake hand crafted by pastry chef Shaun Davis. On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcol…
 
Sheet pan cooking has exploded in recent years with home cooks everywhere. In this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol welcome one of the best home cooks they know, LeAnne Gault. A lady of the Delta (Greenwood to be specific) but now in Jackson where Sundays are set aside for grocery shopping and trying different flavors on those lucky e…
 
On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm White is back in the studio, while Carol takes a quick break from the show. But all is well as we welcome Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame sports and current Mississippi Today sports columnist Rick Cleveland to the show. In addition to his well sought after columns, Rick is a very serious home cook. Also …
 
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