Best Foodhistory podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Eat My Globe
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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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Eat My Globe
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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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Fashionably Ate
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Steph and Torey explore Canadian history through food and fashion. We promise not to talk with our mouths full.
 
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Food Non-Fiction
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Food Non-Fiction tells the incredible true stories behind food. We delve deep into the history and fascinating facts about the most famous and interesting foods. We look forward to taking you on this wild food journey, through history, and around the world.
 
Hungry Squared is a free and clean weekly audio podcast about the nerdy side of food: food science, food history, and food design. Plus, we love to solve your relationship problems as they relate to food in our segment called Food Fight.
 
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Hidden Apron Radio
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Hidden Apron, is a roving collective of day jobbers, side hustlers, and weekend warriors who are in love with all things gustatory. Featuring cuisine that crosses cultures and eras, Hidden Apron sets out to have people cook more, eat better, and live well. This show features commentaries and interviews of chefs, restaurateurs, bloggers, farmers, and everything in between in an attempt to find out the tools, strategies, and mindsets that listeners can use to become chefs in their own right.
 
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The world of food is filled with many examples that show how cultures can combine to created new dishes, and indeed whole new cuisines. A recent trip to Vietnam proved to confirm that while this splendid country has retained a passion for its own traditional cuisine, the influence of French imperialists has also had a profound impact. One examp ...…
 
The world of food is filled with many examples that show how cultures can combine to created new dishes, and indeed whole new cuisines. A recent trip to Vietnam proved to confirm that while this splendid country has retained a passion for its own traditional cuisine, the influence of French imperialists has also had a profound impact. One examp ...…
 
Apart from water, beer is arguably the oldest beverage in the world. Its glorious history dates back at least 18,000 years ago and continues through Ancient Egypt, medieval Europe, the American revolution and points in between. In this very special episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, interviews the Smithsonian’s National Museum o ...…
 
Apart from water, beer is arguably the oldest beverage in the world. Its glorious history dates back at least 18,000 years ago and continues through Ancient Egypt, medieval Europe, the American revolution and points in between. In this very special episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, interviews the Smithsonian’s National Museum o ...…
 
We get into the interesting and dangerous history of toy kitchens, from the tiny cast iron stoves in the 1800s to the current Easy-Bake Oven. Who had one? Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound editor and engineer: Lee ReddBy Sharon Titus, Winter Redd, Lee Redd.
 
In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, explores the glorious history of, arguably, the world’s oldest beverage apart from water: beer. The journey starts 18,000 years ago and continues through Ancient Egypt, medieval Europe, the American revolution, and points in between. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us ...…
 
In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, explores the glorious history of, arguably, the world’s oldest beverage apart from water: beer. The journey starts 18,000 years ago and continues through Ancient Egypt, medieval Europe, the American revolution, and points in between. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us ...…
 
In part 2 of this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, continues his exploration of the origins of a main ingredient seen in most restaurants around the world: beef. His journey of tracing the history of beef continues to the New World and how cattle inspired technological inventions not just in the food industry but also in other ...…
 
In part 2 of this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, continues his exploration of the origins of a main ingredient seen in most restaurants around the world: beef. His journey of tracing the history of beef continues to the New World and how cattle inspired technological inventions not just in the food industry but also in other ...…
 
We talk all about what mono-sodium glutamate is, also known as MSG, how it creates unami in food, and its crazy and racist history in the United States. We also welcome our friends from SNAP conference as they help us tell some more food jokes. Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound editor and engineer: Lee Redd…
 
In part I of this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, traces the history of beef, a main ingredient seen in most restaurants around the world. It will take him on a journey starting with how cattle first became domesticated and how it started to appear on dining tables of early civilizations. So make sure to follow along every we ...…
 
In part I of this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, traces the history of beef, a main ingredient seen in most restaurants around the world. It will take him on a journey starting with how cattle first became domesticated and how it started to appear on dining tables of early civilizations. So make sure to follow along every we ...…
 
In this latest episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, discusses the History of Cheese. He will trace the journey of how this fermented milk product became one of the world’s favorite dining staples – from the Neolithic era, to Classical Greece, to the Roman Empire, to the Pilgrims on the Mayflower and to your table. So make sure to ...…
 
In this latest episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, discusses the History of Cheese. He will trace the journey of how this fermented milk product became one of the world’s favorite dining staples – from the Neolithic era, to Classical Greece, to the Roman Empire, to the Pilgrims on the Mayflower and to your table. So make sure to ...…
 
Chocolate has become such an everyday part of our lives that it’s hard to believe that it has a long, complicated and often dark history stretching back to the 15th Century. In this special episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, interviews UCLA Department of History Professor Teofilo Ruiz. Simon and Professor Ruiz will discuss some ...…
 
Chocolate has become such an everyday part of our lives that it’s hard to believe that it has a long, complicated and often dark history stretching back to the 15th Century. In this special episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, interviews UCLA Department of History Professor Teofilo Ruiz. Simon and Professor Ruiz will discuss some ...…
 
We're taking a hike this month and heading north. Torey's talking fashion on the trails to the gold rush, and Steph's talking about the science of sourdough. We both try our hand at an honest-to-goodness sourdough starter, with...surprising success, actually. Your browser does not support the audio element. Thanks for listening! Find us online: ...…
 
In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, takes us on a journey to explore the history of chocolate. Chocolate has become such an everyday part of our lives that it’s hard to believe that it has a long, complicated and often dark history stretching back to the 15th Century. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us ...…
 
In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, takes us on a journey to explore the history of chocolate. Chocolate has become such an everyday part of our lives that it’s hard to believe that it has a long, complicated and often dark history stretching back to the 15th Century. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us ...…
 
We went live this week at Alt Oasis 2019 in Palm Springs, California for a quick all-jokes episode featuring our funny friends Jessica Brooks of @solongsupermom, Abby Mitchell from Hired Hostess Event Co., Trina Finton from Gaming Angels, Amber Renee from Naked Blu Design Studio, Amy Webb from This Little Miggy Stayed Home, and Lisa MacCarthy o ...…
 
We give you an update about what's happening and what our episode schedule will be for the next 3 months. Plus, we amuse you with some amusing food news. Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engineer and editor: Lee ReddBy Sharon Titus, Winter Redd, Lee Redd.
 
Simon Majumdar teases what's coming up April 1st on Season 2 of Eat My Globe: Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Food! (There may be a few bloopers or 7 on here too!)
 
Simon Majumdar teases what's coming up April 1st on Season 2 of Eat My Globe: Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Food! (There may be a few bloopers or 7 on here too!)
 
This month we're going further back than this podcast has gone before: decades before Mrs Beeton, there was Catharine Parr Traill, a woman whose letters we study and whose symbolism we have a hard time coming to grips with. To everyone's surprise, our fashion segment this month actually covers fashion: we're looking at the late Regency period a ...…
 
Welcome back! We've had some tough times and thus, a lot of emotional eating of comfort foods. We talk about the science and psychology behind emotional eating and how it leads us to eat all the foods that are full of fats, sugars, and carbs. We also try to discuss ways to NOT emotional eat. Plus, we discuss the 10-in-1 Surlatab Ulitmate Silico ...…
 
A very special interview of UCLA Department of History Professor Stephen Aron. The interview covers, among others, the UCLA Convivium dinners, the importance of food history, and how the Eat My Globe and UCLA collaboration came about. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us on: Twitter: @EatMyGlobePcast Instagram: @EatMyGlobe Face ...…
 
A very special interview of UCLA Department of History Professor Stephen Aron. The interview covers, among others, the UCLA Convivium dinners, the importance of food history, and how the Eat My Globe and UCLA collaboration came about. So make sure to follow along every week and follow us on: Twitter: @EatMyGlobePcast Instagram: @EatMyGlobe Face ...…
 
Marmalade on toast -- hot or cold? This month, we get into the fascinating world of marginalia in cookbooks - the practice of adding and editing recipes in your cookbooks and recipe cards, and clipping recipes from newspapers, magazines, and sharing recipes in a collection. We also brew up some sunshine, in the form of tangy, bittersweet marmal ...…
 
Sharon's out this week and Lee joins Winter to interview chef Justice Stewart, author of Mastering the Art of Sous Vide and the blog Gourmet Deconstructed. He talks about how he started out as a construction worker then transitioned to becoming a chef. We get into how he got into the sous vide method of cooking (wild game) and his new cookbook, ...…
 
On this week's mini-episode, we look back on our 2018 and describe our year in terms of food. Then we look forward to 2019 and talk about about the food we hope describes our year. What's your food of 2019? Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound editor and engineer: Lee ReddBy Sharon Titus, Winter Redd, Lee Redd.
 
This month we dove headfirst into the wonderful world of short hair, which we both love dearly, and the slightly-more-difficult-to-stomach world of invalid cooking, which only a historian could love. Both of us have long relationships with our short hair, so we explore what rocking a pixie meant in mid-19th century Canada and how that evolved. ...…
 
This is Part 2 mini episode where we to talk about a couple of foods, roasted chestnuts and plum pudding, that are in a couple other favorite Christmas songs. We hope you're having a wonderful holiday season! Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engineer and editor: Lee Redd…
 
This is the story of the beginnings of craft beer. We tell you how this "craft beer" concept emerged. In this episode, we interviewed John Holl - a beer expert and journalist, Renee DeLuca - the daughter of the craft beer pioneer Jack McAuliffe, and professor Michael Lewis who has taught brewing for decades.…
 
This is the third installment in a special series of conversations with fellow authors of the recently published cookbook and anthology, "The New Filipino Kitchen" (available on Amazon) that features Filipino cooks, writers, and thinkers all across the globe. We take a peek into how they view the world and their cuisine. For this “Halfsies” edi ...…
 
This is Part 1 mini episode where we to talk about a couple of foods, sugarplums and candy canes, that are in our favorite Christmas songs. We hope you're having a wonderful holiday season! Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engineer and editor: Lee ReddBy Sharon Titus, Winter Redd, Lee Redd.
 
This is the second installment in a special series of conversations with fellow authors of the recently published cookbook and anthology, "The New Filipino Kitchen" (available on Amazon) that features Filipino cooks, writers, and thinkers all across the globe. We take a peek into how they view the world and their cuisine. For this East Coast ed ...…
 
On this week's mini episode (it's getting busy!), we talk about the history of dinner parties and and why we've been throwing dinner parties for thousands of years. What's your dinner party style? Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engineer and editor: Lee ReddBy Sharon Titus, Winter Redd, Lee Redd.
 
A very special interview of Yale Professor Paul Freedman, author of “10 Restaurants That Changed America.” The interview covers, among others, the origins of restaurants in America, and the history of the 10 chosen restaurants and some of their classic dishes. Please subscribe, leave comments or questions and enjoy! Twitter: @SimonMajumdar Inst ...…
 
A very special interview of Yale Professor Paul Freedman, author of “10 Restaurants That Changed America.” The interview covers, among others, the origins of restaurants in America, and the history of the 10 chosen restaurants and some of their classic dishes. Please subscribe, leave comments or questions and enjoy! Twitter: @SimonMajumdar Inst ...…
 
In light of the recent romaine lettuce recall of 2018, we discuss how food recalls work, either from the companies themselves or from higher authorities such as the FDA. We also are so excited for new sound effects for our other segments, thanks to our dear listener Joyce S. Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engine ...…
 
One of the many names for a cobbler: Apple John This month we're diving deep into the history of a little Ontario town built by one of the biggest shoe companies in the world. We're also fully committing to the pun game in our food segment, making—you guessed it—cobbler. Many thanks to Erin Baxter and the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto for their w ...…
 
We are full swing into the holiday season and we need a little caffeine to get us through. We discuss what happens in our bodies when we consume caffeine, how it affects our taste and perception of taste, and why we are so addicted to it! Plus, we talk about tiny rubber spatulas and Kerrygold butter. Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and ...…
 
It's all about Thanksgiving around the world and how they celebrate and what they eat in this week's mini episode. We are thankful for you, our wonderful listeners, and we hope you have a delightful Thanksgiving! Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and Winter Redd. Sound engineer and editor: Lee Redd…
 
So much has been written about the Titanic and its fate in the icy waters of the North Atlantic, that it might be hard to say anything new. However, in these two episodes, our host, Simon Majumdar, will look not only at the history of the ship itself, but at what the food served to passengers in each of the classes carried onboard can tell us a ...…
 
So much has been written about the Titanic and its fate in the icy waters of the North Atlantic, that it might be hard to say anything new. However, in these two episodes, our host, Simon Majumdar, will look not only at the history of the ship itself, but at what the food served to passengers in each of the classes carried onboard can tell us a ...…
 
We are delighted to be with dietician Claudia Wilson RDN, the owner of All of Nutrition and author of the book One Two Punch, and dietician Marysa Cardwell RDN on this episode. Claudia talks about the philosophy behind her book--Burn, Balance, and Become--and how it totally can change how you eat. They also answer some of your questions in our ...…
 
So much has been written about the Titanic and its fate in the icy waters of the North Atlantic, that it might be hard to say anything new. However, in these two episodes, our host, Simon Majumdar, will look not only at the history of the ship itself, but at what the food served to passengers in each of the classes carried onboard can tell us a ...…
 
So much has been written about the Titanic and its fate in the icy waters of the North Atlantic, that it might be hard to say anything new. However, in these two episodes, our host, Simon Majumdar, will look not only at the history of the ship itself, but at what the food served to passengers in each of the classes carried onboard can tell us a ...…
 
This is a special episode that is the first in a series of conversations with fellow authors of the recently published cookbook and anthology, "The New Filipino Kitchen" (available on Amazon) that features Filipino cooks, writers, and thinkers all across the globe. We take a peek into how they view the world and their cuisine. For this West Coa ...…
 
We discover on this week's episode the origin of the taste tester and their role in keeping important people alive. Also we discuss how their are professional taste testers, also known as organoleptic panels, and non-professional taste testers and how they are used to shape what we eat. Fascinating! Let's taco 'bout it! Hosts: Sharon Titus and ...…
 
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