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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?
 
Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, host Martie Duncan (author, home cook, and Next Food Network Star finalist), talks to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
 
Guys and Food is for you and other guys who love food. You don’t have be a chef or work in the food business. You don’t have to be an expert or a gourmet. You may just enjoy cooking, you may like to explore history or other cultures through food, or you may just like to eat. You’ll probably like Guys and Food if: • Your idea of a power tool is an immersion blender. • You’re more interested in who won Top Chef than who won the latest sporting event in the national headlines. • You’re the type ...
 
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Bryan Washington on how meals can fill silence… In Bryan Washington’s acclaimed debut novel, Memorial, Benson and Mike, a couple living in Houston, are going through a rocky patch in their relationship. Mike leaves to take care of his sick father in Osaka, just as his mother comes from Osaka to visit — which leaves her stuck with Benson instead. Ea…
 
This week, The Atlantic’s Emma Green joins us to discuss the intersection of religion and politics in the 2020 election. Then, AJC Atlanta Regional Director Dov Wilker weighs in on the importance of the January runoff election in his home state of Georgia. _____Episode Lineup:[0:39] Emma Green[21:19] Shabbat Table Talk with Dov Wilker_____Show Note…
 
Chef, TV star, and cookbook author Jet Tila's parents helped bring Thai food to the United States, and he's done his part in introducing others to Asian food, too. Tila tells Homemade host Martie Duncan about balancing flavors in a stir fry, using tamarind, and cooking with his family. The host of the Emmy- and James Beard-nominated show "Ready, Je…
 
Why Tex-Mex is just as legit as Mexican food…José Ralat’s job at Texas Monthly magazine is so unique that when he got it last year, it made national news. One headline read: “The Job You Wish You Had: Taco Editor.” Yes, taco editor. And this fall the magazine is releasing its special Taco Issue, which only comes out once every five years. José has …
 
This week, we take a deep dive into the results of the 2020 election. First, we’re joined by writer and commentator Bethany Mandel to discuss what pre-election polls got wrong and why. Then, we hear from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency’s Washington Bureau Chief, Ron Kampeas, to break down the results of the congressional election and hear what the 11…
 
On November 13th, 2019, Fios1 News went off the air and, with it, the popular food franchise Rob Petrone developed, executive produced and hosted: Restaurant Hunter. On this special Hot Takes on a Plate, Rob opens up about life after 585 episodes of Restaurant Hunter: what he’s been up to (besides this podcast), what he has in store and why you hav…
 
Eighteen-year-old chef Eitan Bernath, famous for his cooking presentations on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram, tells how he fell in love with the kitchen. Bernath talks with Homemade host, Martie Duncan, about TikTok video and teaching how to cook something in a sixty-second clip, a love of Indian curries and Mexican stews, and how to make a “Boujee…
 
Listeners call in with food issues… The perimeter of a jelly donut is devoid of fruity goodness, while the epicenter is a blob of jelly mess, says listener Larry in New York. Dan thinks he has the solution. Barbara and Bruce clash over how to dissect a corn muffin. Can they find muffin peace in their marriage? Plus, Matt calls in to talk about panc…
 
This week, Ira Sheskin, a professor at the University of Miami and editor of the American Jewish Year Book, joins us to break down what we know so far about the results of the 2020 election, with a focus on the Jewish vote in Florida. Then, we hear from Senator Norm Coleman, National Chairman of the Republican Jewish Coalition, and Mark Mellman, Pr…
 
Chef, author, revered “Chopped” judge, and host of Supermarket Stakeout, Alex Guarnaschelli talks about the exhilaration of making a dinner that only requires five minutes of cleanup and baking as therapy. She shares how to make her mom’s Parmesan mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving, reflects on her father’s remarkable dinner journals, and tells about…
 
Is the ideal cookie chewy, crispy, or crunchy?... Earlier this year, “Salt Fat Acid Heat” author Samin Nosrat and “Song Exploder” podcast host Hrishikesh Hirway teamed up to create “Home Cooking,” a podcast where they answer listeners’ cooking questions, make lots of bad puns, and share their passion for cookies, among other foods. They join Dan th…
 
This week’s episode features a conversation with actress and philanthropist Debra Messing about her new podcast, The Dissenters, and how her experiences with antisemitism shaped her identity. Then, in a live podcast recording with the Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center in New York earlier this week, we break down the results from AJC’s groundbreaking…
 
Eater New York critic Ryan Sutton squares off against Rob Petrone in the ultimate Halloween candy draft! These two food pros get eight picks each to craft their dream lineups. What candy goes #1? Which notable sweets go undrafted? And whose ‘dream team’ do you prefer? Leave a comment or let Rob know at @RobPetroneTV on Instagram, Twitter or Faceboo…
 
Chef, restaurateur, author, and philanthropist, Marcus Samuelsson, reminisces on his grandmother’s kitchen and shares how she made fish dumplings and apple jam. In this episode of Homemade, Samuelsson talks with host Martie Duncan about growing up in Sweden, traveling the US for No Passport Required, and seeing the best in people at the worst of ti…
 
And why some make the transition faster than others….Over the years on The Sporkful, Dan has explored an idea that’s changed the way he understands food in the U.S.: You can track an immigrant group’s assimilation in America by looking at whether their food is perceived as American, or foreign. Why is pizza accepted as American, while wonton soup i…
 
Eric Rivera has picked fights with famous chefs and dished out some of the hottest restaurant takes during the COVID era. The innovative Seattle-based chef and restaurateur discusses his desire to change the restaurant industry (and the opposition he’s faced) with Rob Petrone -- including why he won’t let you eat at his restaurant, Addo. (Major lan…
 
This week we’re joined by Jewish Insider National Politics Reporter Jacob Kornbluh, who has spent months reporting on the state of COVID-19 in New York’s ultra-Orthodox communities. On October 7, Kornbluh, a resident of Borough Park, was attacked while reporting on anti-lockdown protests in his neighborhood. We’ll hear a portion of this special liv…
 
Dan Pashman, host of “You’re Eating It Wrong” on the Cooking Channel and creator of The Sporkful podcast shares his obsession with the tiny details of food. Pashman and host Martie Duncan start their conversation with the importance of loud crunching for a satisfying potato chip and wrap up with the burn and floury texture of Coleman’s English must…
 
Remember when bad office coffee was our biggest problem?... “The time has come for us to change the coffee brand that we offer and we want your input!” The email came from Myiesha Gordon in the HR Department. Like many others, Myiesha hated the office coffee. This week on The Sporkful, we follow her as she sets up a taste test, and an office-wide c…
 
This week, Facebook announced that it would ban Holocaust denial content from the platform. We’re joined this week by Jordana Cutler, Facebook’s Head of Policy for Israel and the Jewish Diaspora, to discuss this important decision and the role AJC played in making it happen.Be sure to tune into a special live podcast recording, “COVID-19 in New Yor…
 
Narrowsburg is a small hamlet in the Catskills, New York. Donald Trump won the town it resides in, Tusten, in 2016 by 12 percentage points. But many of the restaurants there are a draw for tourists and weekenders that come from liberal places like Manhattan and Brooklyn. On this special Hot Takes on a Plate, Rob Petrone talks to the owner of one of…
 
Comic and TV star, Jo Koy, shares his passion for Filipino food, tells his method for making adobo chicken wings, and proposes a lumpia vs. eggroll throwdown with Jimmy O. Yang. On this episode of Homemade, Jo Koy talks with host Martie Duncan about the flavors and global influences behind favorite Filipino dishes, and culinary adventures from late…
 
To be a star, he couldn’t be himself… Before the James Beard Awards and the James Beard Foundation, there was the man himself. Beard was the first celebrity chef of the TV era, preaching home cooking and fresh, local food even as frozen TV dinners gained popularity. But he also had to navigate the complexities of being a closeted gay man in a time …
 
This week, we speak to Josh Kraft, a community leader, a seasoned nonprofit executive, and through his family, a six-time Super Bowl champion. He recently took the helm of the Kraft family’s philanthropic efforts, and he joins us to discuss "[tbh]," or "together beat hate," an initiative of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, an organization foc…
 
Emmy award-winning actress, comedian, and author, Patricia Heaton, discusses paella, popovers, and canned vs. homemade cranberry sauce. The beloved TV mom from Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle also has an Emmy for her cooking and entertaining show, Patricia Heaton Parties. She tells host Martie Duncan about memories of raising four boys while…
 
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