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The Feedfeed gathers leaders and newbies of food media who create the content we digest and help push the needle of what we cook, bake and drink. The show is eponymously named and led by the editorial team behind The Feedfeed, the world's largest epicurean social media community & crowdsourced publication, primed to discuss how we consume food when we aren’t actually consuming it—everything from navigating social media, building, engaging with and growing a community, and producing content t ...
 
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Food science expert Harold McGee helps us separate food science fact from fiction and explains why smell can reveal more about food than taste. Plus, we learn about 30-foot longevity noodles from Jason Wang, the co-founder of New York’s Xi'an Famous Foods; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette tell us who lobster Newburg and chicken tetrazzini were nam…
 
Listen in as Feedfeed Food Editor Alexa Santos virtually sits down to dinner with Stephen Cusato, @thefoodfreakk. Stephen is a cook and social media sensation known for his "Not Another Cooking Show" on YouTube. Stephen and Alexa talk about Stephen's lifelong love for cooking and learning about food, his philosophy on why eating a good meal is so i…
 
Listen in as Julie virtually sits down to dinner with Suzy from The Mediterranean Dish to talk about how to get a healthy, seasonal dinner on the table and stock a pantry with everything you need to follow the Mediterranean way of eating! Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Feedfeed by becoming a me…
 
Mother and daughter Alice Randall and Caroline Randall Williams tell us what studying the cooking of four generations of women in their family has taught them about the origins of soul food. Plus, we speak with international bagel consultant Beth George; Dan Pashman explores cold-weather cocktails; and we make pesto out of lemon zest, not basil. Ge…
 
In Season 4 of the Feedfeed podcast, Feedfeed hosts are virtually sitting down for dinner with #feedfeed Community members who are a constant source of ideas and inspiration in helping to get dinner on the table nearly 365 days a year! On this week's episode, Food Editor Alexa Santos speaks with Kiano Moju, a culinary producer, director, and on-scr…
 
We step into British baking history with Regula Ysewijn for boiled jam roly-polys, three-foot-tall gingerbreads and fruitcakes that take months to ripen. Plus, we sample Estonia’s fake chocolate bar; consider dining outdoors with Adam Gopnik; and make passatelli in brodo, a simple supper from Bologna. Get this week’s recipe for Passatelli in Brodo:…
 
In Season 4 of the Feedfeed podcast, host Julie Resnick (Feedfeed co-founder) is virtually sitting down for dinner with #feedfeed Community members who are a constant source of ideas and inspiration in helping Julie to get dinner on her table nearly 365 days a year! On this week's episode, Julie speaks with Jenny Park and Teri Lyn Fisher, business …
 
We explore culinary secrets from Yewande Komolafe to change the way you cook. Plus, Gustavo Arellano takes us on a journey down the great American chile highway; we make a hearty beef stew from central Mexico; and Adam Gopnik tells us how a trip to Italy spawned an epiphany. (Originally aired September 28, 2019.) Get this week’s recipe for Mexican …
 
In Season 4 of the Feedfeed podcast, @thefeedfeed is virtually sitting down for dinner with #feedfeed Community members who are a constant source of ideas and inspiration! On this week's episode, Adam Witt AKA @omnivorousadam talks to guest host Alexa Santos about his culinary journey. Adam is a private chef and has become a social media sensation …
 
We enter the world of intergalactic sushi joints and cannibal banquets with food stylist Janice Poon. She tells us about her work on horror and sci-fi films, from feeding vegan vampires to wrangling snails to make arm escargot. Plus, we learn hamburger history with burger scholar George Motz; Bianca Bosker explores the origins of the PB&J; and we m…
 
We learn the elements of Hmong cooking from chef Yia Vang. He tells us about traditional dishes such as stuffed chicken legs and braised mustard greens, how to make 60 gallons of hot sauce and how his father escaped through the jungle at the end of the Vietnam War. Plus, we find out how Renaissance art can save fruit from extinction; Grant Barrett …
 
In Season 4 of the Feedfeed podcast, host Julie Resnick (Feedfeed co-founder) is virtually sitting down for dinner with #feedfeed Community members who are a constant source of ideas and inspiration in helping Julie to get dinner on her table nearly 365 days a year! On this week's episode, Catherine McCord, cookbook author, blogger, TV personality,…
 
In Season 4 of the Feedfeed podcast, host Julie Resnick (Feedfeed co-founder), is virtually sitting down for dinner with #feedfeed Community members who are a constant source of ideas and inspiration. The community helps Julie get dinner on her table nearly 365 days a year! On this week's episode, Diane Morrisey joins the podcast and talks to Julie…
 
We chat with superstar chef Aarón Sánchez about finding food, finding love and finding himself. Plus, we discover the history and nuance of the martini cocktail; we share our recipe for Norwegian salmon; and Dan Pashman makes a case for picky eaters. (Originally aired on January 3, 2020.) Get the recipe for Baked Salted Salmon with Dill: https://ww…
 
Experimental psychologist Charles Spence introduces us to gastrophysics, the science of how the brain melds color, smell and sound to create powerful multisensory taste experiences. Plus, Nicola Twilley investigates the rise of alternative sugars; Alex Aïnouz goes on a hunt for the ultimate knife; and we offer a recipe inspired by Tel Aviv’s Shlomo…
 
Chef and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi chats about cooking soup for his aging father, why he pours pancake batter with gochujang over asparagus and how his sense of food presentation was inspired by food stalls in Jerusalem. Plus, we hear from Rev. Heber Brown III about the historical relationship between Black churches and Black farmers; Bianca Bo…
 
Many of us still miss Julia Child, but YouTube star Maangchi is an excellent substitute. Today, we discuss Korean home cooking, the best way to clean an octopus and her favorite food, the sea squirt. Plus, we discover what and how ancient Minoans cooked; Alex Aïnouz wonders if we should all have a 3D printer in our kitchens; and we share our recipe…
 
This week, Jamie Oliver chats about how drumming kept him out of trouble as a teenager, what his dad taught him about hard work and how his cooking is heavily influenced by traditional English fare. Plus, Nick Hall investigates the world of novelty potato chip flavors; we whip up a chocolate-hazelnut cream cake; and Dan Pashman rethinks s’mores. Ge…
 
Cookbook author Durkhanai Ayubi tells us how the Silk Road shaped the food and history of Afghanistan, from Mongolian dumplings to the life-changing braised eggplant at her family’s restaurant, Parwana. Plus, we sample Cajun seafood from the coast of Louisiana with chef Melissa Martin; Adam Gopnik waxes poetic about New York’s greenmarkets; and we …
 
Linguist Dan Jurafsky investigates the language of food, from the hidden meaning of adjectives on restaurant menus to the psychological attraction of brand names like Cheerios and Pop-Tarts. Plus, we hear how gospel star Mahalia Jackson became famous for her fried chicken franchise; J. Kenji López-Alt gives us tips on how to get young kids to eat a…
 
Can your significant other’s food preferences become a nonstarter when searching for marital bliss? Reporter Emily Thomas of “The Food Chain” introduces us to three couples who are learning to make peace despite their domestic culinary wars. Plus, we explore kaiseki with Niki Nakayama and Carole Iida-Nakayama; Dan Pashman rails against avocado toas…
 
We’re celebrating Thanksgiving with friends old and new. Andrea Nguyen shares her family traditions, inspired by the Vietnamese Moon Festival; pie experts Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin put a new spin on classic desserts; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette give us a language lesson on Thanksgiving Day; Rachael Ray, Maneet Chauhan, Maangchi, David Lebo…
 
On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is diving into Chinese-American culture and talking to Winston Chiu. Chiu is a New York City-based chef and entrepreneur. He's worked at top restaurants such as Betony and WD50, but spends much of his time focusing on philanthropy, community, and sustainability within the food space. Chiu co-founded Re…
 
On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is diving into Filipino-American culture and talking to Chef Dale Talde. Talde is currently the owner of the restaurant Goosefeather in Westchester, New York. In addition to owning and operating several successful restaurants over time, Dalde was also a three-time cheftestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef.” He …
 
We chat with chef and TV host Marcus Samuelsson about his childhood in Ethiopia, his adoption by Swedish parents and the rich complexity of the Black experience in America, from cooking to culture. Plus, Joe Berkowitz reveals secrets from the little-known world of cheesemaking; Bianca Bosker gives us a history lesson on the humble fork; and we make…
 
This week, we’re talking carnitas, barbacoa and al pastor with Javier Cabral, associate producer for the Netflix documentary series “Taco Chronicles.” He describes some of the more unusual tacos he has encountered as a “taco scout,” how to eat a dozen tacos a day and the rise of the $15 gourmet taco. Plus, we get an in-depth look at the life and le…
 
On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is diving into Thai-American culture and talking to Jenn Saesue, Pailin Chongchitnant, and Parnass Savang. Saesue is the owner of Fish Cheeks, a popular Thai restaurant in New York City. Chongchitnant runs the popular Thai cooking blog, "Hot Thai Kitchen." Savang is one of the owners of Talat Market, a…
 
On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is talking to Chef Jae Lee and Yunnie Kim. Chef Lee is the owner and head chef of Nowon, a Korean-American restaurant in the East Village in New York City. Kim runs a food blog called Kimchi Avocado, where she regularly creates and posts Korean inspired dishes. The guests discuss their favorite Korean …
 
Every day, zoo chef Stacy Kyles prepares breakfast, lunch and dinner for 600 animals at the Oakland Zoo. This week, we chat about how she feeds the pickiest eaters, how she celebrates birthdays at the zoo and what everyone eats—from watermelon-licking lions to smoothie-guzzling primates. Plus, we discover Tokyo’s Neapolitan pizza scene; we make a G…
 
We get a lesson in the science of flavor from Nik Sharma. He explains why he might consider fat to be its own flavor—just like sweet, sour, salty and bitter—and reveals the chemistry behind some of his best recipes, like spareribs in malt vinegar. Plus, Kim Severson explains how the pandemic has changed the way we shop for food; Dan Pashman reflect…
 
We go behind the scenes with Bren Smith, who lived the dangerous life of a fisherman on the Bering Sea. He talks about his transformation from chasing big fish on the high seas to growing sustainable sea greens. Plus, Ana Roš shares Slovenian cuisine from the Soča Valley; Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett decode the meaning of edible flower names; …
 
On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is talking to Jessica Bride, a New Orleans native who is now living in London. Jessica worked in restaurants for nearly 15 years between Louisiana, Florida, New York City and London. She attended the International Culinary Center in New York, is a certified sommelier and is a diploma candidate at the U…
 
The Feedfeed Podcast Special Series "What's On Your Table?" Our final episode celebrating Latinx Heritage Month with three #Feedfeed Latinx community members about the food, recipes, ingredients and flavors that make up the dishes that are always on their tables. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support the …
 
We ride the railroads of India with Maneet Chauhan to sample chaat: snacks like warm carrot pudding and chili-fried potatoes served at street stalls and train stations. Plus, Shannon Mustipher gives us a taste of Tiki cocktails and culture; Bianca Bosker explains the appeal of ultra-peaceful cooking shows; and we make hearty Ethiopian Chickpea Stew…
 
The Feedfeed Podcast Special Series "What's On Your Table?" Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month with three #Feedfeed Latinx community members about the food, recipes, ingredients and flavors that make up the dishes that are always on their tables. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support the Feedfeed by becomi…
 
Rachael Ray tells Milk Street how she almost killed Tony Bennett, set fire to Emeril’s kitchen, endured wardrobe malfunctions and why she still believes in the power and dignity of hard work. Plus, Brooke Jarvis takes us behind the $10 million launch of a new apple variety; we learn Sardinia’s secret to five-minute handmade pasta; and Dr. Aaron Car…
 
Chef Marianna Leivaditaki transports us to the Greek island of Crete. She gives us a masterclass in seafood, explains why fish heads are delicious and tells us stories of her fisherman father. Plus, we learn about the Food Timeline, the internet’s oldest and largest collection of food history; we make chef Angie Mar’s Chèvre Cheesecake; and Dr. Aar…
 
We chat with chef David Chang about golf, the brutal first months of Momofuku and why he loves really good cheap food. Plus, we dive into the bizarre history of drinking around the world; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette of A Way With Words give us a lesson on food names that double as cooking instructions; and we share a recipe for the best stewe…
 
Join Julie from the Feedfeed for a conversation with Nadia Hubbi from Sweet Pillar Food and Cosette Posko from Cosette's kitchen - Middle Eastern Bloggers from the #feedfeed community for a conversation that dives into their favorite recipes, ingredients they always have on hand and how they integrate the traditional food from the countries they or…
 
Pastry chef Briana Holt teaches us how to make exceptional baked goods. Plus, we hear how a Lost Generation novelist became a pioneer of organic agriculture; Dan Pashman admits he is eggplant-phobic; and we learn how vinegar and garlic come together to make tangy, spicy Chicken Vindaloo. Get this week's recipe, Chicken Vindaloo: https://www.177milk…
 
It's the last episode for Jake Cohen as host of the Feedfeed! As Jake moves on, he chats with Julie and Dan Resnick, who will be taking over as hosts. Jake reflects on the last two seasons. pulling out the themes he's noticed. Julie and Dan discuss the direction in which the podcast will go in season three, focusing on home cooking and community dr…
 
We chat with Von Diaz about the flavors of Puerto Rican cooking and the world’s best breakfast sandwich. Plus, Molly Yeh moves to Minnesota and trades Sichuan take-out for hotdish and beet farming; we present a recipe for chocolate-almond spice cookies; and Dr. Aaron Carroll says "no" to a new study on alcohol. (Originally aired November 23, 2018.)…
 
Journalist Rebecca Rosman tells us about the feuds and lawsuits surrounding France’s favorite secret steak sauce. Plus, we chat with Saturated Ice Cream founder Lokelani Alabanza who invents new ice cream flavors, from peanuts and coke to Nashville hot chicken; we make Mexican Sweet Corn Cake; and Alex Aïnouz tells us why we should forget homemade …
 
Food writer and HRN Host of A Hungry Society, Korsha Wilson joins us to chat about her experience breaking into the food world. A graduate of the CIA, Korsha made her way into the world of media, now writing for Eater, NYT Cooking, and more. We discuss the power of Twitter in getting assignments, the current state of food media, and Korsha’s perspe…
 
Tom Papa tells us about learning to bake bread between comedy gigs, the question he always gets asked about sourdough starters and why his favorite food memory isn’t his grandmother’s cooking, but her jars of gherkin pickles. Plus, we chat with Mark Diacono about all things bitter, fermented and sour; journalist Bianca Bosker shares the history of …
 
We travel to the summer kitchens of Ukraine with Olia Hercules. She explains how to pickle a watermelon, the history of borscht and why pigs' ears are so deliciously crunchy. Plus, we meet NASA rocket scientist and whole-hog pitmaster Dr. Howard Conyers; Dan Pashman tells us how to achieve snacking perfection at the beach; and we share a recipe for…
 
Food writer and cookbook author Lindsay Maitland Hunt joins us to chat about her career in food media and how it led her on the search for gut help and writing her latest cookbook, Help Yourself: A Guide to Gut Health for People Who Love Delicious Food. A former editor at Real Simple and Buzzfeed, Lindsay discussed how she fell in love with the wor…
 
Chef Andrea Nguyen, author of "Vietnamese Food Any Day," discusses her early life in Vietnam, Hostess fruit pies and why chicken stock is better with an apple. Plus, we chat with filmmaker Andrew Rodgers about Kinder Surprise, a chocolate egg that’s beloved worldwide but illegal in the United States; we make a simple dump-and-bake Lemon-Almond Poun…
 
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