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Japan Eats!

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Japan Eats!

Heritage Radio Network

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What is Japanese food? Sushi, or ramen, or kaiseki? What about Izakaya? Akiko Katayama, a Japanese native, New York-based food writer and director of the New York Japanese Culinary Academy, tells you all about real Japanese food and food culture. With guests ranging from sake producers with generations of experience to American chefs pushing the envelope of Japanese gastronomy, Japanese cuisine is demystified here!
 
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Must Love Food

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Must Love Food

Active Interest Media

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Must Love Food is a podcast to inspire and educate people who love to cook, eat, and learn about food. The team from Cuisine at Home magazine will discuss what’s happening in the food world, including kitchen talk, food history, recipes, drink recommendations, and interviews with other food industry professionals, from cookbook authors to chefs. You will also get a look at the inner workings of our magazine. Find cooking tips, advice, and inspiration in every episode.
 
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As We Eat

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As We Eat

Leigh Olson, Kim Baker

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Food lovers and your podcast hosts, Kim Baker and Leigh Olson, invite you on a culinary journey traversing food memories, family recipes, food traditions, cuisines, cookery, and history to discover how food connects, defines, and inspires us.
 
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Climate Cuisine

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Climate Cuisine

Whetstone Radio Collective

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Climate Cuisine is a podcast that explores how sustainable crops are used in similar climate zones around the world. In the hands of different cultures, a single ingredient can take on many wondrous forms. Staple crops are seldomly confined to time or place, and thrive where they can— if climatic conditions allow. Climate Cuisine profiles how sustainable, soil-building crops that share the same biome are grown, prepared, and eaten around the world. As the world faces alarming upward shifts i ...
 
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Modernist Pizza Podcast

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Modernist Pizza Podcast

Modernist Cuisine / Michael Harlan Turkell

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The Modernist Pizza Podcast will record the science, history, and culture of pizza, all told through in-depth interviews by host Michael Harlan Turkell, as well as insights by Nathan Myhrvold & Francisco Migoya, the coauthors of Modernist Pizza a 1700+ page book all about pizza. They’ll chew over the world’s most popular food, with the people who have been part of its storied past, and are shaping its yet to be told future. Each slice of this series examines a different piece of pizza, from ...
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
A podcast about the new generation of restaurants and the people behind them. Join journalist James Clasper in Copenhagen, as he takes a look at the ingredients required to run a successful restaurant and meets forward-thinking individuals from the food world and beyond — finding out how they think, how they work, and how they're shaping the future of the industry. Brought to you by Superb, this is a podcast for anyone who enjoys honest and thought-provoking conversations about good food and ...
 
The Nomadic Foodist Show is for the food and travel obsessed, helping people discover amazing food all around the world. Your host, Chris, has explored over 25 countries eating everything from world renowned Michelin 3-Star restaurants to delicious street food carts. Every week, Chris interviews food and travel experts getting insider tips about food recommendations, travel hacks, and cooking tips. Learn from those who’ve experienced the very best the world has to offer. Cut your planning in ...
 
Our towns are the heart of America. Some say that they’re gone, moved on, or simply faded away. But there’s a new American town on the map. It’s a town with a big heart and even bigger ambition. A town where modern progress meets rich history, where the arts meet innovation, and where companies meet communities. A town you can explore with all of your senses: from fresh air in the Ozarks, to fresh cuisine on your plate. That town is Bentonville, Arkansas. A town to visit, to see, to breathe, ...
 
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 ...
 
Fabulously Delicious the podcast that’s all about delicious French food and the people that love it, cook it, produce it, talk, write and photograph it. Hosted by me, Andrew Prior, former MasterChef Australia contestant, food tour operator, pastry cook, and fabulous French foodie. Andrew interviews people in France and around the world. Each episode guest is an expert and lover of not only French food but also the topic of that week's episode. From macarons, macaroons, and Macron we explore ...
 
AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with folks in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique and fascinating lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
 
Welcome to What About Vietnam - A Travel Podcast with Kerry Newsome. If you have ever thought about Vietnam as a holiday destination, but unsure, well, this may be just the eye-opener you need to help you decide you must go. A cross between "Trip advisor and a blog" minus the 300+ pages of reading, this podcast aims to give you insights into Vietnam from years of traveling to and from, and as a travel manager. My objective is to give you the information the guide books don't,.... in an easy ...
 
A new immersive fiction podcast from RomComPods! Recently jilted by her boyfriend (who also happens to be her boss...yikes!), Casey is offered a dream job launching the British spin-off of the cooking TV show she produces, and heads to London looking for love. What she doesn’t expect is to find it TWICE! Showmance stars Skyler Samuels (Scream Queens), Jack Turner (One Winter Weekend), and Elliot Knight (Life Sentence).
 
Located at the intersection of Philadelphia and food, the Jawn Appetit podcast is a fun, informative - and sometimes, irreverent - look at the local restaurant scene without the pretentiousness that you might find elsewhere. Each week, we'll give you our takes on the hottest establishments in Philly and tell you where you can find the best eats in (and around) the City of Brotherly Love.
 
This is the Nosheteria, kind of like a cafeteria, where bites on food are served up to you like little morsels of goodness. Here you'll get a little bit of everything, the occasional recipe, the amusing observation, and the always entertaining story about my life (you're expected to care) in food. Haute cuisine for the masses!
 
We're Cookin' is a foodcast for home cooks, hosted by Just Simply... Cuisine in Washington, D.C. Hosts Chris Coppola Leibner and Brooke Rodgers will teach you how to cook seasonally and with real food, share stories from their JSC kitchens and gardens, introduce you to their favorite local and regional artisans, vendors, and experts of all things good food, and give you the best tips, tricks, time-savers, advice and recipes that we’ve picked up over the years!
 
Julianne Feder, food nerd extraordinaire, gives you detailed backgrounds on everyday and exotic ingredients, along with unique stories about each one. Listen for simple recipes, consumer tips, interviews with some of the world's most notable chefs, and learn why each ingredient is a culinary treasure.
 
Wine is a very important part of the meal for many. I enjoy living in northern California and consider Sonoma and Napa Valleys to be ground zero for some of the greatest vineyards on the planet! when adding local produce and great chefs...it doesn't get any better!Please check out my features and click on the links at the bottom of most.You can join us for an audio feature with some of the greatest winemakers,chefs and resorts.All music on the features is my original playing and writing!ENJOY!
 
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How a vulture restaurant is helping bring the bird back from the brink in Nepal. The quest to make a "super breed" of the beloved Ugandan banana so it can withstand the pests and diseases that farmers have fought for decades. And how the residents of Gothenburg in Sweden are redesigning their city to make it the best in the world when it's raining …
 
Meet culantro—cilantro’s tropical counterpart. It tastes like a more pungent cilantro, and in the right conditions, it grows all year round. This episode touches on how limited our repetoire of herbs are and the possiblities that come when we expand our selection beyond what's just avaliable at the grocery store. We’ll talk to food blogger Reina Ga…
 
Will Studd is an Australian food icon and to start off season two of Fabulously Delicious we have the first of a two-part episode with Will. Born in London, Will started his young career in delis in the UK before he ended up in a true entrepreneur spirit having a chain of them. He left this life to be in Australia and started an export business the…
 
🍕 Pizza is a universal language, one of love, and legend. 🍕 We’ll start with a trip to South America, by way of Argentina and Brazil … No, we’re not doing this alphabetically, but rather, chronologically. The first pizzas sold in Buenos Aires were by Don Agustin Banchero, at his bakery Olivarria in 1893, who, surprisingly, was a Genoan immigrant, n…
 
A good story takes you on an emotional journey, with ups and downs along the way. Thanks to science, we can quantify that. Peter Dodds works on understanding the structure of stories and other strings of words (including Twitter) by analyzing the valence of individual words, then studying how they are strung together in different kinds of stories. …
 
How do we help people eat more plant-based foods? In today's episode of NMA Radio, Matt Tullman chats with documentarian Brian Kateman on how to "meat" people in the middle. Huge thank you to today's sponsors: GREEN CHEF: Green Chef’s vegan recipes are high in plant proteins and wholesome sides. Go to GreenChef.com/nomeat130 and use code nomeat130 …
 
How do you feed a dog? The answer may be more fraught than you had imagined. Should you give them ‘dog food’? Is it a step too far to feed them at the table? And can man’s best friend thrive on a vegetarian diet? we bring together three dog-loving experts from the UK, India and the USA to analyse what dog feeding reveals about our relationship with…
 
Olga Tamara is an advanced classical pilates trainer, actor, former ballet dancer, and owner of Authentic Pilates Studio based in Balmain, Sydney. She went to the Australian Ballet School, and then worked in the Australian Ballet Company, then moved to acting and pilates. In this week’s episode we talk about memories from the Company, work ethic, a…
 
Founded in 2017, OZ Art NWA supports the regional arts scene with its own collection displayed throughout Bentonville and by collaborating with regional arts organizations. Elizabeth Miller, Oz Art's Art Collection Manager, takes time to discuss the origins of Oz Art, where you can find world-class art in Bentonville, and what's next for Oz Art.…
 
We all deserve a few laughs after the years just passed. So to discover there is a “happening” Comedy Scene in Saigon, I thought this has got to go on the MUST DO things during your stay in this vibrant city. That’s the amazing thing about Vietnam. Despite everything it gets thrown from Covid to typhoons…it always finds ways to astound you! So, let…
 
Our guest is Matthieu Guerpillon, the Marketing Manager & Brand Ambassador of NAMI, the first sake brewery in Mexico. Japanese sake has been produced outside of Japan in recent years, and it is very exciting to see that there is a sake brewery in Mexico, which is the home of excellent beer and spirits such as tequila and mezcal! NAMI is not just th…
 
When it comes to travel writing and the Balkans, the vast majority of literature is by Western authors; travel writing about the Balkans. What’s much less known is a significant body of travel writing literature authored by people from the Balkans, including the former Yugoslavia. In fact, Balkan (and ex-YU) writers have been traveling and living t…
 
Being a human is tricky. There are any number of unwritten rules and social cues that we have to learn as we go, but that we ultimately learn to take for granted. Camilla Pang, who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at age eight, had a harder time than most, as she didn’t easily perceive the rules of etiquette and relationships that we nee…
 
The cryptocurrency Bitcoin consumes a huge amount of energy. We take a look at why this is and what can be done about it. And how do lawmakers ensure a green energy transition actually reduces fossil fuel use? South Africa is planning to move away from its reliance on coal, but plans are afoot to extract natural gas from the ocean. In the EU, new r…
 
A lack of sleep might leave us tired, but it can also have a major impact on what we eat, and our health. Ruth Alexander explores the surprising relationship between diet and a poor night’s rest, and learns that it’s not just what we’re eating, but when: we hear about the perils of consuming calories late into the evening or, even worse, overnight.…
 
TejInder Singh Khamkha is a still photographer based in Bombay, India. He’s worked on the Netflix film White Tiger, Chhapaak and his most recent film, Rashmi Rocket. In this week’s episode we talk about trusting the process, the limits of talent, and TejInder’s journey from the village of Punjab to working at MAMI (Mumbai Academy of Moving Image) F…
 
There are more than 1,000 different types of bananas in the world. So why do we only have one type of banana in the grocery store? This episode is an exploration into the rich diversity of bananas and plantains — and why North American grocery stores only sell one type. We talk with biologist Rob Dunn, who wrote a book about this topic, Von Diaz, a…
 
Don’t worry, we’ll address the elephant in the room: why does Modernist Cuisine think Portland, Oregon, is the pizza capital of the United States? Francisco will make this abundantly clear. We’ll also clarify California-style pizza, do a deep dive into Chicago’s pizza allegiances, get our fricco on with Detroit’s cheesy crust, and drive a 250-mile …
 
Fresh seafood can be taken for granted when living in a coastal city or major metropolitan city, but with advancements in refrigeration and freezing, fresh seafood is just a call or mouse click away. Today Malcolm and Carol talk about ways of getting fresh seafood on your plate no matter how land-locked you are. Also, they share tips for purchasing…
 
Our guest today is Ryo Iwamoto, who is the founder and CEO of TeaRoom based in Tokyo. Ryo began studying tea 15 years ago at the age of 9 and now he is a certified instructor of the Japanese tea ceremony. He even has a special name that is only given to outstanding tea practitioners. Ryo founded TeaRoom in 2018 while he was still a student at the p…
 
Human beings like to divide themselves into groups, and then cooperate, socialize, and reproduce with members of their own group. But they’re not very absolutist about it; groups tend to gradually (or suddenly) intermingle, as people explore, intermarry, or conquer each other. David Reich has pioneered the use of genetic data in uncovering the hist…
 
Anders Husa and Kaitlin Orr are food and travel bloggers based in Copenhagen where they write and share experiences eating their way through Scandinavia. Before joining in 2018, Kaitlin and Anders both had stellar reputations and accomplishments in the culinary world, and combined forces to create a food-filled power couple. We start our discussion…
 
Did you set a New Year's resolution? You're not alone. In fact, an estimated 50% of Americans set health goals on January 1st. But of those goal-setters, 80% fail by February 1st! After failing the past few years himself, Matt took a different approach for 2021... and everything clicked. In this 2-part series, Matt and Doug break down 7 steps to su…
 
We live on a watery planet — nearly three-quarters of the Earth's surface is underwater. As climate change raises temperatures, water is being pushed in new and more extreme directions. But are there ways we could use water to our advantage, environmentally? This week, we hear from communities trying to push back the seas and others suffering from …
 
Caffeine is a key ingredient in some of our favourite foods and drinks, but it’s also a mind-altering drug that can be very tricky to quit. Tamasin Ford meets three people who’ve tried to cut caffeine out of their lives by eliminating some of its main sources from their diets - coffee, tea and chocolate. We hear about some uncomfortable withdrawal …
 
Cactus isn't just a pretty backdrop in Western movies. It can be used for food, fashion, and biofuel. In fact, some varieties of cacti use 80% less water than traditional crops. We talk with John Cushman, Adrián López Velarde, and Fadi Kattan and explore how it's a crop of the future, how it's been eaten for generations in Mexico, and how it's also…
 
What do the black rat and the grain weevil have in common? Learn more about the species mankind has ‘accidentally’ introduced, many now regarded as pests. Discover enchanting creatures such as the killer shrimp, and a beetle’s favourite past time. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code ANIMALS. Click …
 
Just in time for National Hot Tea Month, the Cuisine at Home staff talks tea (and other warm winter beverages) - the different varieties, how they're grown, processed, and how best to brew and steep the different types. We share some tea memories and a few of our favorite foods we like to nibble on when enjoying the soothing elixir - perfect for ch…
 
Malcolm and Carol are back in the studio and are excited to start another delicious year of Deep South Dining. The first guest for the new year is the one and only Arthur Davis, affectionally known as Mr. D to everyone who visits his Old Country Store in Lorman. He talks about what it takes to have fried chicken that chef Alton Brown called the bes…
 
Are numbers real? What does that even mean? You can’t kick a number. But you can talk about numbers in useful ways, and we use numbers to talk about the real world. There’s surely a kind of reality there. On the other hand, Luke Skywalker isn’t a real person, but we talk about him all the time. Maybe we can talk about unreal things in useful ways. …
 
This week, we bring you an episode of DW's On the Green Fence, hosted by Neil King. In it, he heads to the forest in search of urgent answers on how to save them. Around the globe, climate change and severe droughts have wrought havoc on forests far and wide. As forest dieback increases, even young trees are dying. So what happens if we lose our fo…
 
In this final episode of 2021, we're revisiting some of the most powerful food stories from the pandemic. Following widespread restaurant closures and labour shortages across the hospitality sector, we catch up with a New York chef who is forging a new path. And what about those people who thanks to Covid-19 can’t even smell or taste their food any…
 
We survey the multitude of pizza making ovens around the world, why wood is the romantic choice for fuel source, how one pizzeria had to burn to the ground to reinvent themselves, what the first steps to building your own oven are, and how to take that portable pizza oven from the backyard to realizing your own brick and mortar — not to mention how…
 
The Yugo car headlined the inaugural episode of Remembering Yugoslavia. A part of the little Yugoslav car's story remained unexplored, the part that made the Yugo one of the best known automobiles in history—and turned it into a legend. Out of the 794,428 Yugos made between 1980 and 2008 in Kragujevac, 141,651 were sold in the U.S. In America, the …
 
For Great Britain and its Commonwealth nations, Boxing Day offers a unique proposition - a day of rest and respite after a busy holiday season full of cooking, baking, and eating to our hearts’ content. For Kim, Boxing Day is meant to be spent with new books, but for her family in South Africa, it was a day to bring leftovers to friends. Behind the…
 
Jule Kake (Christmas Bread) a sweet, rich bread spiked with citron, candied cherries and sweet raisins adorns many a Scandinavian Christmas table. This recipe has been passed down through four generations of Norwegian ladies with fortitude and a strong sense of family and community. MORE FROM THIS EPISODE Sources We Found Helpful for this Episode C…
 
Behind Door 24 of the Alimentary Advent Calendar is the Feast of Seven Fishes, an Italian-American Christmas Eve seafood feast that speaks to both Old Worlds and New. Acclaimed food photographer Andrew Scrivani takes Kim back to his childhood on Staten Island and forward to his own modern, multicultural celebration of Christmas Eve. MORE FROM THIS …
 
In this special episode, we reflect on a year of environmental reporting that’s taken us from the northern stretches of oil-producing Russia to the frog-filled forests of Australia. We listen back to snippets of our favorite stories and interviews, reliving the most important environmental events of 2021, along with the funny, weird and mind-blowin…
 
Leigh’s memories of a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with potatoes includes an anxiously awaited goodie box, debates of the best (right) way to eat it and learning at the side of the best lefse maker she knew. MORE FROM THIS EPISODE Sources We Found Helpful for this Episode Foodtime Lefse Time Books We Think You’ll Enjoy Reading Modern Scandi…
 
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