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Best Culinary Cocktails podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Culinary Cocktails podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?
 
Get hungry.On the FoodCrush podcast, OnMilwaukee Food & Dining Writer Lori Fredrich and Culture Editor Matt Mueller tackle the ins and outs of dining, food facts, interesting ingredients and myriad topics related to food and beverage.Expect smart talk, lively debate and plenty of fascinating conversations with some of the scene’s most interesting people.
 
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 ...
 
Think Portland, Oregon is all VooDoo Doughnuts and "put an egg on it?" One of Portland's most prominent "food sherpas" and Portland Food Adventures' founder Chris Angelus along with KINK.fm's morning host Cort Johnson invite the region’s most prominent and up-and-coming tastemakers to pull up a chair and talk about the craft of food & beverage in their own words. This is “Right at the Fork.”
 
Tom Wilmer’s Lowell Thomas award-winning NPR podcast, recorded live on-location across America and around the world- showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, and the culinary arts. We cover nouns and verbs—people, places, things, and action—everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the real Santa Claus in the Arctic. His feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northern Ireland, celebrat ...
 
The "virtual lounge" is open and hosts Ty Ray and Nick Gelso welcome you inside for a "happy hour" for the mind. This weekly pop culture cocktail features some of the biggest names in entertainment and culinary arts. Whether you like music, movies, tv, comedy, food, and more Beats & Eats offers an incredible menu of tasty topics presented in unpredictable style and flair by its award winning hosts. You can also find B&E on all social media outlets. Be sure to 'circle' them on Google+ to be i ...
 
The Fine Cooking Podcast is the show for people who love to cook. Each episode will feature a mix a guests—editors, cookbook authors, food writers, chefs, and bakers. We'll chat about what we're all cooking right now, revealing our hits, misses, and those aha moments; we’ll take an in-depth look at a topical cooking subject or trend; and we’ll answer your questions. It’s the pages of Fine Cooking magazine brought to life.
 
Over 30+ years of hospitality experience between these 2 Celebrity Chefs. Chef Brian Santos is the Executive Luxury Suites Chef at TD Garden. Chef Kevin Des Chenes is the Executive Chef of Washington Square Tavern in Brookline, MA. Appearing on Food Network, Spike, Fox & Culinary Events around The Country. Chefs Santos and Dec Chenes will be discussing topics ranging from New England Sports, Culinary Trends, New Restaurants, Cocktails, Craft Beers & The Daily Experience of being a Chef, as w ...
 
Canada has amazing food and an underrated culinary scene. Full stop. From the West Coast to the East Coast, it has an abundance of fresh ingredients, talented chefs, dedicated producers and farmers, impressive restaurants and a curious crowd of foodies who can’t get enough. Hosted by writers Emma Waverman and Phil Wilson, this weekly podcast explores aspects of the Canadian food scene through lively conversation and interviews with Canadians from coast-to-coast. We're more than just maple syrup.
 
In Eat My Globe: Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Food, Simon Majumdar will talk about an ingredient, a dish, a theme, a person or a nation and the fascinating story of how they became part of the world that we often take for granted. Over the course of the show, he shall be examining some of the great tales of food history, the origins of some of your favorite dishes and drinks, and the people who helped to create them. He will also share fantastic trivia that you can use to bor ...
 
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A short drive from Chattanooga, Tennessee is the town of Cleveland . A stroll down the main drag reveals a sleepy, slow-paced community with old brick buildings and enchanting homes right out of a Jimmy Stewart, Frank Capra flick. Cleveland, a city of less than 50,000 souls has been chugging along since its incorporation in the 1840s. The local wor…
 
This week, we return to our conversation with Nick Zukin of Mi Mero Mole, following the news last week that his restaurant in Old Town would be closing for good. This episode was originally recorded April 20, 2020. Nick Zukin chats with Chris about a tumultuous year for him as a restaurateur in Portland. Nick shares the heartbreak of losing $400,00…
 
Seafood is delicious. But much of what makes it to the Midwest isn't as fresh as we think it is. Combine that with the fact that the industrial fishing industry has a history of leaving destruction in its wake. Environmental considerations sit side-by-side with the need for fair, safe working conditions for fishermen and traceability for the seafoo…
 
Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Santa Barbara historian Betsy J. Green about Santa Barbara’s Flying A Studios , which was producing movies before the advent of Hollywood. Green also shares insights about the 1918 flu epidemic in Santa Barbara, and how the 1925 earthquake that destroyed numerous buildings spurred the city to mandate all city-co…
 
We're reposting our conversation with Kiara Hardy from March 2020, released just days before the COVID-19 shut most everything down. Right At The Fork's International Women's Month continues, with a chat with Chef Kiara Hardy, owner of Kitchen Killa Culinary Solutions, and personal chef to Trail Blazer Hassan Whiteside. She's joined by Crystal Chan…
 
Luckenbach , Texas is hunkered between South Grape Creek and Snail Creek on the south side of Ranch to Market Road 1376, and a mere 13 miles from Fredericksburg . It was Waylon Jennings’ tune "Back to the Basics of Love" that put Luckenbach on the map. In the early days of the 20 th century, Luckenbach was a thriving little town with close to 500 r…
 
On our new episode of More Than Maple Syrup, co-hosts Emma Waverman and Phil Wilson are joined by special guest and Toronto chef, activist and author Joshna Maharaj. Maharaj chats about institutional food systems and their problems, how she's been getting creative with book promotion for Take Back The Tray (in which she addresses those institutiona…
 
Fredericksburg has been the go-to travel destination in the Texas Hill Country for close to a century. Peaches are distinctive in Fredericksburg, as the growers produce all of their tasty treats for the local roadside fruit-stand market. Join correspondent Tom Wilmer for a conversation with the patriarch of Fredericksburg’s peach empire, Mark Wiese…
 
In the June episode of The Joy of Drinking Podcast, our host, Joy Church, speaks with members of the Oregon Bartender's Guild; President, Douglas Derrick, Mariah Tatham of La Moule, and Micah Anderson of Westward Whiskey & Rum Club. In this podcast, listeners will hear from the OBG regarding impactful ways in which they have supported bartenders du…
 
Come inside the virtual lounge and talk all things synthwave on this episode of Beats & Eats. Ty is joined by Josh Dally and Adrian Quesada Michelena. The duo makes up At 1980. Their debut album "A Thousand Lives" is out now. It's a lively in-depth discussion of how the 80's influences their music. Josh and Adrian also chat about what it's like to …
 
It's another two part interview with Chef Lex Grant, personal chef of famed NBA player Carmelo Anthony, and and owner of Eat Me Up Cuisine. Part 1 was a conversation with Chef Lex in February 2020, about her upbringing in New Jersey, becoming a chef, and eventually the personal chef to one of the NBA's best known players. This interview was origina…
 
Opening a restaurant presents myriad challenges under ordinary circumstances. Owners need to spend time and energy attracting diners to their venue, educating them about the food being served and building a core audience that will sustain their business financially for years to come. Even experienced operators know that it takes time to fall into a…
 
Boo Mitchell carries on the legacy of his father, Willie Mitchell, as a producer of chart-topping record hits. One of Boo Mitchell’s proudest achievements was taking home the “Record of the Year” Grammy in 2016—the first time in the history of the Grammy Awards that a Memphis-made record garnered the award. Boo’s father is remembered and revered as…
 
Correspondent Tom Wilmer reports from the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport with a conversation with airport director Kevin Bumen. Bumen shares insights about current protocol of transiting through airports; in-flight COVID-19 precautions and the current status of the airline industry; details about TSA protocols; United, Delta, Alaska and Am…
 
Passion is the heart of nearly every conversation we entertain on the FoodCrush podcast. But few guests come to the proverbial table with a more passionate stance than Chef Luke Zahm, co-owner of Driftless Cafe in Viroqua, Wisconsin and host of “Wisconsin Foodie.” From his upbringing in a small town in Vernon County, Wisconsin to the series of even…
 
The Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis , Tennessee , first opened its doors in 1869. An integral part of the grand Peabody since the 1930s is the Mallard ducks who live on the roof and parade twice daily through the hotel’s lobby. The Peabody is where Elvis went for his senior prom, and it’s where Mr. Lansky, tailor to the stars, dressed Elvis in pi…
 
It's an interview with Matt Wickstrom in two parts. Part 1 took place on March 2nd, 2020, before everything changed. Matt talks with Chris about his work at La Moule, and his plans to move and open restaurants in Iceland. Part 2 took place June 8th, 2020, when Matt and Aurora Wickstrom, joined Matt via phone to talk about how life has changed in th…
 
Garth Newel Music Center , situated in the Allegheny Mountains in Bath County , Virginia, is less than 3.5 hours from Washington D.C., but it’s a world away. Founded in 1973, Garth Newel is home to one of America’s premier chamber quartets. Join the conversation with violinist Teresa Ling, Evelyn Grau (viola), Isaac Melamed (Cello), and Jeanette Fa…
 
A curiosity about the mysterious island penitentiary in the middle of San Francisco Bay led Father Bush S.J., to volunteer his services on Alcatraz in 1958. Join correspondent Tom Wilmer on Alcatraz Island for a visit with Father Bush as he shares recollections from his four years on the Rock when he was a young seminarian. Father Bush is the last …
 
Everyone seems to love a little bubbly. And that’s likely one of the reasons why the hard seltzer market has taken off in recent years, with industry experts estimating that the beverage segment will will continue to gain momentum, increasing from $500 million in annual sales to $2.5 billion by 2021. Among the brands making headway in the marketpla…
 
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum preserves and showcases the legacy and significance of the Greensboro, North Carolina Woolworth sit-ins . Four young African American students at North Carolina A&T State University sat at a “whites only” counter inside the Woolworth restaurant on February 1, 1960.…
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Don Salamone quickly realized he needed to change his game plan, and that's when Stevens Italiano was born. Learn more here at www.StevensItaliano.com This podcast is a look back at our first conversation with Don, in February of 2017. Don Salamone, like many others, landed in Portland because of its cost of entry as…
 
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