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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!
 
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!
 
As a bi-lingual (English-Japanese) Youtuber with 475,000+ international subscribers, I have a TOTALLY unique view on Japan and America and particularly cars, culture and cuisine! We will invite interesting guests and discuss openly and honestly about all kinds of things all while having a lot of laughs and sharing real life experiences to learn from!
 
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 ...
 
Fabulously Delicious The French Food Podcast is a deliciously entertaining culinary journey of France. Do you know the difference between a macaron, a macaroon, and Macron? Why is a croissant shaped like a crescent? Is a beef bourguignon made with wine from another region a beef bourguignon? Who are the mothers of French cuisine? Ever wondered who invented haute cuisine? Well if you've asked yourself any of these questions then this is the podcast for you. Join your host Andrew Prior a passi ...
 
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, ...
 
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Gastropod

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Gastropod

Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley

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Food with a side of science and history. Every other week, co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode exploring the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food- or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. We interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to think about and understand the world t ...
 
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!
 
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).
 
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Omnibus

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Omnibus

Ken Jennings and John Roderick

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Twice a week, Ken Jennings and John Roderick add a new entry to the OMNIBUS, an encyclopedic reference work of strange-but-true stories that they are compiling as a time capsule for future generations.
 
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TravelZoom

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TravelZoom

TravelZoom Podcast

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TravelZoom explores places beyond the surface. In every episode we visit a new destination and we explore it beyond the landmarks and attractions. Talking to local insiders we discover the social and cultural aspects of a place to set the context for the visit. We learn about the local hidden gems that you are not likely to find in the guide book. And of course, we get a taste of the local, yet not the most obvious, cuisine.
 
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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.
 
The NüVoices podcast is hosted by NüVoices members Chenni Xu, Cindy Gao, Joanna Chiu, Sophia Yan, Jessie Lau, and Megan Cattel who explore the work of women in media, academia and the arts in Greater China, the impact of abuses of power, international and domestic politics, and their own personal stories. This podcast is wholly coordinated, produced, and edited by the NüVoices board.
 
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 ...
 
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As We Eat

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As We Eat

Epicurean Creative

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Food enthusiasts, Kim Baker and Leigh Olson, invite you on a storytelling journey exploring food memories, family recipes, food traditions, cuisines, cookery, and food history to discover how food connects, defines, and inspires us.
 
They’re mother and son, but also award-winning celebrity chefs, restaurateurs, and cookbook authors. Aarón Sánchez and Zarela Martínez will take you on a culinary journey featuring regional ingredients that are the soul of Mexican cuisine. From chilis to chocolate and everything in between, Aaron, Zarela and special guests will share stories, tips, techniques, and quintessential recipes in spirited kitchen table conversations.
 
Co-hosts media personality Johanna Marie, Momma Cuisine and Owner of InTheKitch.com w/ Brittney Shepherd, CEO of Quarter Four Solutions, Owner of Brooch Approach and educator discuss topics that modern day moms care about in this funny and engaging podcast, Rich Mom Society. Rich Mom Society podcast dives into topics of current events, relationships, career & entrepreneurship and finances. The goal of this podcast is to engage moms to live their richest lives in faith, family and finance and ...
 
AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Dr. 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!
 
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.
 
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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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The rose is the top-selling flower in France, with more than 22 million bunches sold every year. It has been grown for four generations by the Meilland family on the French Riviera. A symbol of lovers, the rose is also a favourite of perfumers. François Demachy, a perfume designer and famous Dior "nose", swears by it. Finally, the flower's fragranc…
 
In this podcast, Kushal speaks with Bhaskar Menon and Abhijit Iyer-Mitra about the History of Indian Cuisine. Abhijit is a food connoisseur and Bhaskar is the founder of Mala Akbari a famous restaurant that serves historical Indian food. Follow Them:Twitter: @IyervvalTwitter: @akbari_mala#foodhistory #biryani #IVCFood-------------------------------…
 
I havent been to Japan in 3 Years! I used to travel there 3-4 times a year consistently but things changed 3 years ago and now finally I am going back!! Japan's 2nd largest Auto Show - Osaka Auto Messe is where I am going and I CANNIT Wait!! Today's Food: Nikuman / Meat (Pork) Buns Please follow the Podcast and Please subscribe to Steve's POV Youtu…
 
Are you an adventurous traveler looking for some truly unique experiences and planning your next trip to India? Look no further. Jaipur – also known as the “Pink City” – houses a […] The post Guide to Jaipur: The Iconic “Pink City” of India – Stunning Palaces, Vibrant Culture, and Delectable Cuisine appeared first on Amateur Traveler. Related posts…
 
A new show at LSPU Hall that weaves heartbreak and humour. The show is called Solastalgia and joining us in studio to talk about it is playwright Kristin Sheppard and director Nicole Smith. Also today we have a food and culture show. We will try to think outside of the taco box when it comes to the world of Mexican cuisine.…
 
Mexican chef Margarita Carrillo Arronte says Americans have the wrong impression of food which isn’t all about comfort — fat and fried. When a chef told Carolina Aboumrad and Ricardo Olvera that his dream product was huitlacoche, they decided to import it to the U.S. Ricardo Ortega aims to make tortillas using honest ingredients at his tortilleria,…
 
Pentagon deputy press secretary Sabrina Singh talks to FRANCE 24 about the operation and the role of the IS group in Somalia. Also in this edition: the UN discusses the future of its peacekeeping mission in Mali. And finally, Ethiopia and Sudan look set to strengthen ties, despite the years-long acrimony over the Renaissance Dam.…
 
We investigate AI-generated videos that call for support for the Burkinabe military junta and its leader Ibrahim Traore, just days after the junta ordered French troops to leave the country. We take a closer look in this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Germany's watershed moment, a nation adverse to conflict zones approving tanks for Ukraine after guarantees of the same from the U-S. How far will NATO go? Also, an artificial intelligence chatbot capable of passing an elite business school MBA exam...a sign we're headed for a dystopian future?By FRANCE 24 English
 
Japan faces an existential threat with its birth rate at an all-time low, yet the island nation has still to fully embrace immigration as a solution to the population decline. To tackle the problem, the government has slowly turned to bringing in foreign workers. We take a closer look.By FRANCE 24 English
 
As relations between Iran and the United States continue to deteriorate, FRANCE 24 spoke to Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani in Paris. He warned that "any tension between the US and Iran, any tension between the regional countries, will reflect on Iraq negatively". Expressing hope that a new meeting involving Saudi Arabia and Iran will …
 
A judicial investigation is finally underway after Peru carried out a forced sterilisation program of mainly indigenous women during the late 1990s. Our reporter meets some of the victims who are still suffering to this day. Also Sudan's newest recruits to martial arts are now fearing the fact they are women will see authorities demand an end to th…
 
Wolves were once the stuff of myths. But decades of conservation efforts have gradually brought them back to life, with the predator reclaiming lost territory across Europe. Their return, though, has sparked tensions within rural communities and questions over how man and wolf can peacefully coexist. The Down to Earth team takes a closer look.…
 
Emily O'Reilly, who heads the EU Ombudsman, says she has been stonewalled by the European Commission when asking for information in relation to the "Pfizergate" affair. At the core of this controversy is an exchange of text messages between the EU Commission chief and the CEO of Pfizer in the run-up to a major contract signed between the EU and the…
 
Angoulême is once again the centre of the world for graphic novelists, as the French city hosts the 50th edition of its international comics festival. Our reporters have been speaking to best-selling author Riad Sattouf, who received the festival's Grand Prix this year. Meanwhile, cartoonist Tom Gauld joins us in the studio, as his latest collectio…
 
Is the luxury sector recession-proof? Sales at high-end brands plunged at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, but they've since rebounded sharply, even as inflation soars and economic growth slows. Now many fashion houses are hoping that China's reopening will be another boost to their business. Our Business Editor Kate Moody sat down with Rachid M…
 
The Indian federal government's attempt to suppress a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's role during the deadly 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat has backfired. Activists have been organising screenings across the country, and many people are continuing to share clips on platforms other than Twitter and YouTube. In this week's edi…
 
These days, almost all fashion collections presented in Paris have a name, such as "Enfants Terribles" for the Japanese label Kidill, which resurrects 1990s skate culture. For Yohji Yamamoto, it's "Don't Do That". At Walter Van Beirendonck, the collection is called "We Need New Eyes To See The Future", while Rick Owens has chosen "Luxor Men's" and …
 
Africa's Lake Victoria is a source of joy and livelihood for those living along its shores, but the waterway is being overrun by pollution. Kenya's Rahmina Paullete is not just tackling the scourge, but transforming waste particles into furniture, coasters and bags. She's the founder of the "Let Lake Victoria Breathe Again" campaign. The young acti…
 
French luxury goods giant LVMH is not feeling the post-Covid pinch. The group has released its figures for 2022, which show revenue just below the bar of €80 billion. Meanwhile, shipments of smartphones have dropped to a near-decade low. Finally, we find out about a lawsuit that involves King Charles III and Elon Musk.…
 
In this edition on Holocaust Memorial Day, we discover a little-known chapter of French history. In 1943, the Germans had occupied the southern French port city of Marseille. With its working class, immigrant and Jewish neighbourhoods around the Old Port, the city had come to represent everything that Hitler and the Nazis hated. The Germans, who sa…
 
Tunisia is holding a second round of parliamentary elections this weekend. Voter turnout in the first round hit a record low, a reflection of a broader apathy. And yet, the election of President Kais Saied in 2019 had raised many hopes, notably in the fight against corruption. At the Rades port near Tunis, officials are trying to modernise the faci…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, January 27: We look at reactions in the Israeli press after nine Palestinians were killed during a raid in the West Bank. Also, singer-songwriter Rod Stewart calls for a change of government in the UK. Plus, one of the oldest mummies ever discovered is dug up in Egypt. Finally, a 45-year-old tech mogul spends millions of doll…
 
There have been six Peruvian presidents in six years and counting. The left-wing opposition is now setting the wheels in motion to remove Dina Boluarte. Her camp had already disowned her when she was vice-president. The 60-year-old Boluarte was plucked from obscurity just last month, when her predecessor was impeached on the third try and jailed fo…
 
For decades, France has been the world's number one tourist destination, ahead of Spain and the United States. In 2019, nearly 90 million people visited the country. The aim had been to reach 100 million tourists by 2020, but then the Covid-19 pandemic hit. Yet after several tough years, the tourism sector is making a comeback. So what does the fut…
 
The famed Binondo food tour guide talks about what it means to be a Filipino of Chinese heritage, the wide variety of lumpia and how it's just as Filipino now as it is Chinese, and how the Chinese New Year in the Philippines became such a big deal.
 
This week, the US state of California was rocked by two mass shootings just two days apart. The massacres are just the latest in a long line of shootings that have made the US the world's number one country in gun ownership and gun deaths. The carnage pushed President Joe Biden to renew calls for Congress to act quickly on a ban on assault weapons.…
 
Sarah Murdoch is the founder of Adventures with Sarah, a blog turned tour business helping travelers create amazing memories around the world. Everything started for Sarah while on a family vacation in Europe where she instantly fell in love with Italy and pivoted her life to return. Sarah returned to Italy while studying abroad in college where sh…
 
In this podcast, Kushal chats with Ami Ganatra as they discuss the importance of Ramayana in our daily life. What lessons can we learn from this great Itihaasa? Follow Ami:Twitter: @6amijiBlog: https://dharmorakshtirakshitah.wordpress.com/Buy the book here: shorturl.at/BPQRU#Ramayana #Rama #Ravana----------------------------------------------------…
 
The rose is the top-selling flower in France, with more than 22 million bunches sold every year. It has been grown for four generations by the Meilland family on the French Riviera. A symbol of lovers, the rose is also a favourite of perfumers. François Demachy, a perfume designer and famous Dior "nose", swears by it. Finally, the flower's fragranc…
 
Concern is growing for seven French nationals being held in Iran. Among them is Fariba Adelkhah, a researcher at Sciences Po university in Paris, who was arrested back in June of 2019, along with her colleague Roland Marchal. Marchal was released in 2020, but with political tensions on the rise in Iran, Adelkhah remains in jail. For more, we speak …
 
Note: As current events regarding Covid are rapidly changing, we want to acknowledge that this episode was recorded in early January 2023. In this first episode of our 2023 season, Dr. Jennifer Bouey, an expert on global health equity and security, is here to make sense of zero-Covid's sudden end in China. With host Solarina Ho, Dr. Bouey discusses…
 
Mentorship for entrepreneurs and the person offering it is doing it for free. Joining me in studio is Constanza Safatle, Owner of Newbornlander.Shirley Lucas, Chief Executive Officer Alzheimer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador. Roseanne Leonard - caregiver, and Dr. Susan Mercer, division chief of Geriatric Medicine with Eastern Health.…
 
Today on Fabulously Delicious we are going to start a new series of episodes the a to z of and this first series is the a to z of French herbs. So to start of we are exploring all there is to know about Absinthe, no not the drink but the herb, otherwise known as wormwood. It’s not just something used to make spirits but is also an ingredient used f…
 
In this podcast, Anand Ranganathan, Harsh Gupta, and Abhijit Iyer Mitra talk about caste, religion, Islamism, and everything and anything they feel like talking about. This podcast was a late-night session parallel to the Surat Litfest.Follow Them:Twitter: @IyervvalTwitter: @harshmadhusudanTwitter: @ARanganathan72#caste #BBCDocumentary #Islamism---…
 
Hear about travel to the Peloponnese Peninsula in Greece as the Amateur Traveler talks to travel writer Sally Jane Smith about a great alternative to visiting the Greek Islands. Sally Jane says, […] The post Travel to the Peloponnese, Greece – Episode 833 appeared first on Amateur Traveler. Related posts: Travel to Athens, Greece – Episode 832 Trav…
 
Simran Sethi explores how to reconnect with the earth through mushrooms in her series “Fruiting Bodies” for the Museum of Food and Drink. Andrea Gentl shares how her experiences photographing mushroom hunters inspired her to reconnect with her upbringing and bring mushrooms into her home kitchen. Rain means mushrooms for Tutti Frutti. Barbara Whyma…
 
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