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Best Farm To Table Talk podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Farm To Table Talk podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
Boards Alive is a podcast where we talk about tabletop games. Our goal is to show that tabletop gaming can be just as exciting and engaging as Hollywood movies or big budget video games. We try to highlight games that have a rich theme that connects with the mechanics of the game. We want to help people escape into tabletop games and enjoy the competition and camaraderie of gaming.
 
Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
Point of Inquiry is the Center for Inquiry's flagship podcast, where the brightest minds of our time sound off on all the things you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table: science, religion, and politics. Guests have included Brian Greene, Susan Jacoby, Richard Dawkins, Ann Druyan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Eugenie Scott, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and Francis Collins. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
 
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 ...
 
Ranch, Rodeo, & Randomness Pepper Stewart is a media personality and syndicated talk show host. After wrapping up Episode 107 on FRTV, It was time to take break from the camera and jumped back in the podcast booth. The Pepper Stewart Show is Still a top 10 show on Farm & Ranch TV. Here you will get more real talk unfiltered. #PepperStewart #ThePepperStewart #TRNRW PepperStewart.com
 
We Built A Thing is about making things with our hands, sharing videos about the process, being dads and constantly learning. We are all part-time makers, dads and all have YouTube channels we are trying to grow. Throughout this podcast, we plan to talk about making things, making videos to share on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc..
 
Host Lori Ness introduces you to hot people, places and events around the world. What happens in Seattle happens everywhere. Bringing Seattle to the WORLD AND THE WORLD to Seattle! These are light and conversational human interest interviews. The guests are fully aware of the format going in. This is the biggest show you have never heard of! Playing emerging artists and showcasing nice people doing great things from the Northwest, the USA and across the globe. Former DJ on KHPY, Los Angeles. ...
 
Join Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming as he meets the world's thought leaders; from philosophers to the farmers, business leaders to chefs and lobbyists to scientists, they discuss, challenge and share learnings behind the revolution necessary to bring an end to factory farming and our broken food system in order to ensure the health of future generations and our life on earth. Theme music by Jordan Bellamy from original music: Run by Ross Bugden (https://www.youtube.com/ch ...
 
Meet the innovators and influencers at the intersection of food and technology. Tech Bites investigates the profound ways the rapidly evolving digital world is transforming how we discover, produce, and share food in the real world. Are the food revolution and the start-up generation in sync or in conflict? Host Jennifer Leuzzi explores how technology impacts our culinary lives. Get connected @TechBitesHRN on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter or email us TechBites@HeritageRadioNetwork.org. Tech Bit ...
 
A weekly podcast where twin gamers, Dan May and Dudley May, with lousy hearing and questionable intellect talk about what they are playing and discuss gaming related news. Video games, board games, tabletop, and role playing games, there is nothing off limits for Deaf & Dumb. New episodes every Monday.
 
Brew Roots is a podcast that features a behind the scene look into some of our favorite beers from all over. Our missions is to tell the stories of the brewers who make great beer and how they got there. Join us each week as we discover a different brewery and we talk to their team about the beer, the brewers and how they got there. On top of that we will mix in some beer reviews, beer news and events happening in the beer community. Cheers See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor ...
 
How do our food stories change during wartime? Each episode follows a veteran or wartime volunteer from their home in the United States through their overseas deployment and back again. We hear firsthand where they fought, who they fed, how they ate, and what tastes they missed most while away at war. From World War II through today, soldiers and civilians come together at the table to remember, reflect, and show respect. Hosted by Jacqueline Raposo.
 
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The global pandemic crisis is an important reminder of just how essential are the farmers and workers at every stage, all the way from Farm to Table. Fortunately these “essential” members of the food system are also resilient, able to adjust quickly to difficult conditions. Their stories and examples of the food system’s resilience are being shared…
 
In our one hundred and twenty-ninth episode, Aaron is still all alone so he talks about some ways he’s been enjoying gaming from home and he reflects on our review of Specter Ops from 100 episodes ago. Then Aaron is joined by Brendan, Robb, and Scott as they review the legacy-style negotiation game King's Dilemma. This episode is sponsored by Board…
 
In this episode, we talk hair cuts (humans and dogs), how the amount of effort in a project does not necessarily translate into higher viewership, making feet for furniture on the lathe, moving outbuildings, a doggie metal detector and much more! NOTES: SUPPORT THE SHOW: (THANKS SO MUCH!) www.patreon.com/webuiltathing OUR TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS: -C…
 
Palestinian Chef Hanan Rasheed started My Healing Table to bring Palestinians and Israelis together around a communal table of food, hoping to find some common ground. Hear her tell her story. =========================== Hanan Rasheed and My Healing Table =========================== Like their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/My-Healing-Table…
 
On Friday March 13, 2020 the senior students of New York City’s Food and Finance High School got their senior sweaters. Part of the graduation traditions, they were scheduled to take their class photo on Monday. Before that could happen, NY announced all public schools closing on Monday, in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Instead of gathering…
 
Learn all about raising rabbits on the homestead in today's episode of the podcast! Dana Thompson, author of Raising Meat Rabbits in a Colony is joining us to talk Meat Rabbits 101! Dana (said Daah naah, not the classic American Dayna) is a homesteading, homeschooling mama of 4 living on 10 acres in the south of New Zealand. She loves to garden and…
 
On this episode, Chefs Without Restaurants founder Chris Spear speaks with Amira Alvarez of The Unstoppable Woman. Amira is our first podcast guest that’s not in the food and beverage industry. Her mission is to teach entrepreneurs and business owners the skills that helped her take her business from the low six-figures to over $700k in one year, a…
 
Boards A-Little, the podcast where an expert gamer with discerning tastes will be sitting down and discussing games…with his dad. We focus on games that are great for both kids and adults to play together. In Episode 13, we review the stand alone expansion to the Disney themed tableau building game Villainous Evil Comes Prepared.…
 
Farmers want to do the best they can. That can mean much more than just better yields and better prices for their commodity to include social and environmental impacts. It’s not just altruistic to do the right things for the land, farm workers and the environment, since food manufacturers and retailers want to source from farms they can highlight t…
 
Deanna Fox is an award-winning food and agriculture journalist who writes for the Times Union, The Daily Gazette, USA Today, The Washington Post, Beer Advocate, Eater, The Kitchn and many more. She is also the owner of Albany Cooking School , which hosts cooking classes inside of Different Drummer's Kitchen in Albany, NY. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.…
 
On this episode, we speak with chef Benjamin from Dallas, Texas. Starting his culinary career at The Olive Garden in Montgomery, Alabama, Benjamin worked his way up the culinary ladder, from cooking on a cruise ship, to cooking at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas. He ended up moving to Dallas, right before the Covid-19 pandemic started, …
 
NWP welcomes Robert and Elisa Bildner, authors of the Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook! (available now) The best of the Berkshires’ homegrown food from noted farms to esteemed kitchens The Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts are famous for their unique culture, from scenic views to artistic and literary attractions. But in addition to the region…
 
In this episode of Point of Inquiry, cohost Leighann Lord talks with famous skeptic and Assistant Professor of Neurology, Steven Novella, MD. Novella is also the founder and current Executive Editor of Science-Based Medicine which explores issues and controversies between science and medicine and works to expose dangerous medical scams and practice…
 
On this episode, we speak with Jacob Pratt. Jacob is a sales rep with International Gourmet Foods. Prior to working there, he’s spent most of his career working in, and running, kitchens. We discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the restaurant industry including diminished sales, the supply chain, pivoting to the carry-out model, and restaurants turnin…
 
This episode is about the worlds first indoor aquaculture farm. "Heron Farms started as a research question asked by graduate student and founder Sam Norton at the College of Charleston: what if we used the problem of sea level rise as the main resource for a new kind of agriculture? In June 2018 the concept won first place at the South Carolina De…
 
Can organic farming be a solution to our toughest challenges? The California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) contend that it is and they have research from over 300 scientific studies to back up that claim, in a “Roadmap to an Organic California”. Rebekah Weber, Policy Director of CCOF says Organic systems sequester carbon, stimulate local economi…
 
Ever have a beer that tasted weird, maybe like butter? It could be an off flavor created by dirty draft lines. In this episodes we talk to Shane from Modern Draught (pretentious Draft) who talks about the importance of keeping your beer lines clean and what goes into making world class draft systems. He goes into some pretty cool details like their…
 
In this episode, we talk about the frustrating moments we all have on projects when things just keep messing up. Drew was having a hard time getting his tilt-top desk just right. Mark ended up with standing water in his basement, so he's been dealing with a lot of that fun stuff. Bruce just completed a living room renovation project at his parents'…
 
FRTV Episode 119 Hosted by Pepper Stewart, Talked to country music artist Kolt Barber and Ryan Weaver. Visited with Robin about Texas Arena League Horse Hockey. Have a horse from Equest join a zoom call. COVID 19 What are you watching on Netflix and FRTV? ProRodeo news, PBR Bucking during the Stay At Home Order and old west history about Josie Bass…
 
Meet Jean Black, AKA the "Black Wine Guy". Jean has had a very long, interesting and unconventional career in the wine business, which began at the oldest wine shop in New York City, Acker wines. "What started as a package store in 1820, has today become the oldest and most respected wine shop in America. Acker Merrall Condit, located on the beauti…
 
On this episode, Chefs Without Restaurants founder Chris Spear speaks with Billy Trakas of Story on the Pass. Founded during the COVID-19 pandemic, Story on the Pass is aimed at revealing the backstory of a chef through a recipe. Oftentimes, food ignites influential emotions that remind us of childhood memories, significant individuals or an event …
 
This episode is a little different than the other episodes. On this episode, chef Chris Spear of Perfect Little Bites gives some easy cooking tips to a group of moms from a local MOPS (mothers of preschoolers) group. They had scheduled a Zoom session to learn some easy ways to make dinner a little more interesting, without having to invest a lot of…
 
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