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Best Food Wine Magazine podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Food Wine Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Host Dana Cowin, the former long-time Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine Magazine, conducts intimate interviews with brilliant, powerful women in the food world about their lives and careers. The moving, personal stories of struggles and triumphs that Cowin elicits provide lessons and inspiration for anyone looking to succeed in any industry.
 
The talk show where we talk all about coffee over a cup of coffee (or more)! Hosted by Joseph Robertson of Coffee Lovers Magazine and Jesse Nelson of Conduit Coffee. We share everything from tips/tricks to making and enjoying better coffee, to news/stories of what's going on in the coffee world, and insights into the people who make it all work.
 
Travel Guru Mark DeCarlo joins forces with a delicious new cohost in 2019. Jennifer English, James Beard Award winning Foodie host, joins Emmy Award winning comedian Mark DeCarlo for a weekly deep dive into Travel * Food * Funny. Jennifer & Mark will interview people who travel for a living: musicians, actors, celebrities, chefs and the occasional weird foodie to get a true flavor of America’s pallet for food and funny. New episodes arrive every Friday on the Food & Beverage Podcast Network.
 
Champagne Sundays is The Big Blend Magazine's Variety & Entertainment radio show! Pour yourself a glass of bubbly and join Nancy & Lisa (mother-daughter team & BigBlendMagazine.com editors) as they celebrate with a toast to life in general and interview Authors & Writers, Artists, Musicians & Entertainers, Chefs & Winemakers, and Experts on a variety of topics including Lifestyle & Leisure, and more!
 
Wednesdays at 1:00PM EST The theme song for After the Jump is "Bell" by Screaming Females Design blogger Grace Bonney of Design\*Sponge takes her love art and design from the web to radio. Through a series of interviews with designers, store owners and up-and-coming members of the creative community, Grace will delve deeper into the world of independent artists. From exploring the day-to-day lives of contemporary makers to discussing the challenges they face, After the Jump will take the con ...
 
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Brought to you by Scout Magazine. In light of our current social and economic circumstances due to the Covid-19 virus, we wanted to reach out to our close friends in the community and chat with them on how they are dealing with this pandemic. First up today is our loyal friend James Iranzad of Gooseneck Hospitality. If you don't know James, you pro…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. We were originally going to push this episode due to the current global pandemic of Covid-19. We thought it seemed trivial to release this now, with so many of us facing personal and economic uncertainties. However, we've had a few of you (thanks for your support) inquire if we had an episode coming soon. This …
 
Pretty pressed flowers in shortbread cookies launched the career of Loria Stern. On this week's episode, host Dana Cowin discovers why Stern's early life as a tennis champion translates into her success as a baking entrepreneur. Plus, learn about the perks of cooking with everything from weeds to daisies, and the many medicinal benefits nature has …
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. In this episode, it thrilled us to bring on winemaker Tyler Harlton of Summerland’s TH Wines and GM James Langford-Smith of Chinatown staples Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto. We waxed on all things hospitality, running small businesses, natural wine and its ethos and much much more. Jamie was excited to delve deep into…
 
The intersecting ideas in feminism, food and fashion are underscored in this fascinating conversation between Dean of The School of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons, The New School, Rhonda Garelick, and Speaking Broadly host, Dana Cowin. Up for discussion: why women are dressed in bows like candy ready to be unwrapped, why eating salad …
 
How safe is our food? On this episode of Speaking Broadly, host Dana Cowin talks to one of the foremost investigative reporters of food crimes in America, Christine Haughney. For six months as a Boston Globe Spotlight Fellow, she researched a deadly e coli outbreak in leafy greens, embedded with an affected family, and published her alarming findin…
 
In this episode, Jamie and Mickey chat with Peter Van de Reep of Campagnolo Upstairs. Recently crowned BC's Best Sommelier, they were excited to discuss his win, how it unfolded and what his thoughts are about competing at Nationals next fall. Peter also dishes on his start in the industry, his love for hospitality and much much more. Gracious, wit…
 
She launched H.A.P.P.Y., a non-profit teaching kids about food and nutrition when she was just 12 years old, and now, 7 years later, Haile Thomas is a voice for her generation and beyond, exhorting her fans to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. Magnetic, generous, kind, funny, Haile is an old soul who speaks in memes and motivations, travels th…
 
In our final episode of 2019 we were thrilled to bring on current Mackenzie Room Wine Director and soon to be General Manager of the Mackenzie group’s second restaurant, Say Mercy, one Mr. Cody Dodds. A good friend of Jamie’s, Cody gave us the goods on what diners should expect from Say Mercy as we cover the restaurant’s philosophy, style and what …
 
Teacher, scholar, cook, author, historian, traveler, curator, lecturer, Dr. Jessica B. Harris is an expert on everything from the foods of the African diaspora to the history of enslavement. On this episode, Harris explains the importance of the "table" for “commensality” and shares stories from a life of extraordinary meals, encounters, voyages, a…
 
What happens when two food industry people meet, fall in love over Michelin starred meals, then come back to earth, launch separate, ambitious restaurant businesses and get married? Listen in to hear Jen Pelka of The Riddler and Charles Bililies of Souvla discuss their romance, finances, egos and opportunities. Plus, learn why Bililies calls BS on …
 
In this episode, we brought on our good friend and bartender extraordinaire, Max Curzon-Price of Botanist in the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. We were excited to chat with him about his latest project, Hive of Apiarists, which he’s launched in conjunction with his award-winning cocktail, Plight of the Bumblebee. This project started after Max recentl…
 
In light of the onslaught of articles calling for cutting back on meat consumption, host Dana Cowin talks to one of the country's pre-eminent butchers, Philadelphia-based Heather Thomason of Primal Supply Meats about her chosen career. Thomason describes her transition from dancer to designer and finally to butcher in a way that makes this windy pa…
 
In this 'From the Hopper' we jump back in time to one of our most popular episodes, all about The Bloom. In this old episode, we experimented with bloom times and techniques to figure out what the bloom really does for you, and how much you can manipulate your brew through the bloom. This is actually still one of the most popular question categorie…
 
The exquisite variety of pasta today is because of the ingenuity of women in Italy who experimented with semolina and water every day, according to Evan Funke, renowned chef-owner of Felix and author of “American Sfoglino”. Listen in to hear how this master learned from a meastra in Bologna and found his life’s work rolling dough and preserving cen…
 
In this episode, we couldn’t help but bring on for a second time our good friend Shaun Layton. Shaun sat with us a little over a year ago to discuss the imminent launch of his new restaurant, Como Taperia. It thrilled us back then that he wanted to chat and talk about what he had in store for us as a city as we no doubt knew his venture would be fa…
 
Aaron Barthel of Intrigue Chocolate co joins us for another episode. On this one, he pulls the subject out of the mug - What is Your Favorite Wine? A fitting subject for such a guest. We also talk about the interesting phenomenon where coffee doesn't seem to taste as good as it smells. What is that all about? Check out Intrigue Chocolate Co - https…
 
What is it like to be one of the most beloved pastry chefs in America, to step away from the spotlight to prioritize your new husband's dream of opening a seaside table and inn, and to have that dream unexpectedly and devastatingly shattered? In this episode, host Dana Cowin speaks to Claudia Fleming about her life since leaving Gramercy Tavern, th…
 
In this special episode, we welcome Aaron Barthel of Intrigue Chocolate Co. Dive into the world of specialty craft chocolate with us as we chat with Aaron, learn about Intrigue's new focus, and talk all about taste, perception, and exploration of delicious things … Check out Intrigue - https://www.intriguechocolate.com/ Hosts Joseph Robertson - Ext…
 
Mega stars Dave Chang, Rene Redzepi and Richard Hart all rely on her expertise in making dream bespoke tea blends. But more remarkable than her clients are “Tea Lady” Henrietta Lovell's adventures visiting plantations from Fujian to Malawi. Listen in to hear about how Lovell's father's death led her to life-affirming work sourcing tea directly from…
 
In this episode, we brought on our good friend and overall great guy, Bar Manager Jeff Savage of Botanist. We’d like to say that Jeff’s definitely had himself a year as he was not only part of the winning team that took home the Bols Around the World Global Title but that he was also crowned the Diageo World Class Canadian Champion. To top both of …
 
In this episode we dip back into the rabbit hole that is "water" in coffee - probably the most important subject to the making and brewing of quality coffee. Got a good subject idea for the mug? Every episode we pull a topic from the mug to talk about. Visit coffeeloversradio.com, leave your comment and get your idea on the show! Hosts Joseph Rober…
 
Honest, direct, real. Clay Williams and Colleen Vincent of Black Food Folks sit down with Speaking Broadly host Dana Cowin to talk about their collaboration with each other and their powerful relationship with the large, varied and prospering black food community. Tune in to hear their vision for how to change media and embrace the deep and diverse…
 
On this episode, we talk all about how food can completely change the way your coffee tastes. This goes a bit beyond just the pairing of food and coffee, and sets the stage for a future show where we are going to deep dive into what taste and aroma perception are really all about. Hosts Joseph Robertson - Extracted Magazine - https://www.extractedm…
 
At the moment of "peak Israeli food" in America, host Dana Cowin interviews one of the great American-born experts on the topic, Adeena Sussman. Sussman's just published cookbook includes delicious recipes inspired by the market of beachy, laid-back Tel Aviv. This book is Sussman's 12th and it’s the first one on her own, after co-authoring books wi…
 
In this episode, Jesse pulls an interesting topic from the mug. Would you drink coffee and smoke a cigar at the same time? We back and forth on the idea of strange coffee pairings, and why enjoyment of a coffee doesn't necessarily always come from the 'true' taste of that coffee. Hosts Joseph Robertson - Extracted Magazine - https://www.extractedma…
 
In a completely connected world, our everyday products are continuing to evolve and become more connected as well. On this show, we talk about coffee products that include high levels of technical connectivity (particularly products which include apps and bluetooth or wifi connection). We ask the question...what's the point? Hosts Joseph Robertson …
 
The elders had questions, the community was not entirely supportive, yet Native American winemaker Tara Gomez persisted. When her Santa Ynes Band of Chumash tribe bought land that included a parcel with a vineyard, Tara created Kita Wines. Listen in to episode #114 and hear about Tara's struggles with learning disabilities and distrust, as well as …
 
In this episode we were very fortunate to bring on a guest who needs little introduction, Vancouver Magazine Food Editor, Neal McLennan. This was such a fun chat as Neal gave us the goods on his time at Van Mag, the state of food journalism, how they approach their awards selection criteria, the evolution of the restaurant critic, restaurant politi…
 
With mentorship, the impossible miraculously become possible. Nice to say, but what does that really look like? On this episode of Speaking Broadly, Louisville chef Edward Lee talks about his employment empowerment project, The Lee Initiative. And award recipient, Emie Dunagan describes how the program facilitated her transformation from a socially…
 
In this "From the Hopper" we go back in time to our 18th episode and explore how your coffee brew taste changes depending upon when you grind the coffee. We have the understanding that coffee tastes better the closer to brew time that you grind - but in this episode, we discovered it's not quite as simple as that. Hosts Joseph Robertson - Extracted…
 
For winemaker Carla Rza Betts, there's a pattern and a path to personal and professional change. It's uncomfortable and it's effective. On this episode of Speaking Broadly, Rza Betts describes the power of building "escape velocity,"—the energy that catapults you into the unknown—the hard parts of coming down from that crazy boost, as well as how s…
 
In this episode we chat with Gooseneck Hospitality co-owner and overall awesome dude James Iranzad. We got him to wax on his newest restaurant, a spin off of their wildly successful pizzeria Bufala. Set to open in late October in North Vancouver, James gives us the goods on what they're aiming to provide and why this has been such an exciting proce…
 
Culinary diplomacy is a form of cultural diplomacy. Reem Kassis, author of the Palestinian Table, shares stories of her people through their food and makes her case one delicious dish at a time. Her approach has won unlikely friends in the American-Israeli community, as well as detractors. On this episode, hear about the challenges of representing …
 
On this special edition of Speaking Broadly, host Dana Cowin interviews Missy Robbins and Sean Feeney, the team behind two of New York City's favorite spots, Lilia and Misi. Listen in to hear the touching story of how a burgeoning friendship between neighbors resulted in an inspiring collaboration between equals—one a ""raging foodie lunatic"" fina…
 
...And we’re back!!! After a nice summer hiatus, we’re back today with a great one. Meet bartender/consultant Max Borrowman. He’s set to dig in and open his new bar for Heather Hospitality, ‘Open Outcry’ and we’re delighted he stopped by to give us the goods. In this one we wax on cocktail culture, the process of getting a bar open, concepts and mu…
 
In this episode we embark on a criticism of coffee tasting notes, exploring common descriptions. Learn what different tasting notes actually mean to the coffee you're enjoying, and how you can use those descriptions to figure out exactly what to buy. Hosts: Joseph Robertson - Extracted Magazine - https://www.extractedmagazine.com Jesse Nelson - Con…
 
One of the most delightful experiences we've ever had on the show was finally enjoying Yemen coffee, after reading, writing, and talking about it for nearly a year. In this 'From the Hopper' special we bring you Episode 34 - Wine of the Bean - Yemen. Check out some of our other previous Yemen episodes: http://coffeeloversradio.libsyn.com/clr-e29-af…
 
At Heritage Radio Network's live podcast taping at Haven's Kitchen in New York City, Kat Johnson interviewed Dana Cowin about her media career including 20 plus years at Food & Wine magazine, and how she willingly jumped into the complete unknown, determined to set a completely new path. Listen in to hear the host of Speaking Broadly become the int…
 
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