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The fall of Rome and the rise of Germanic tribal kingdoms brought significant culinary changes to Europe. In this podcast episode we’re going to examine the “barbarian” diet and the culture of “fast and feast” which emerged from the opposing ideals of Christian asceticism, German meat-eating virility, and classical moderation. Then we’ll take a ...…
 
WORSE THAN RYE BREADMARK 8:11-2111 The Pharisees came and began to argue with him, seeking from him a sign from heaven to test him. 12 And he sighed deeply in his spirit and said, “Why does this generation seek a sign? Truly, I say to you, no sign will be given to this generation.” 13 And he left them, got into the boat again, and went to the o ...…
 
Pumpernickel, a dark rye bread, came from Germany. The word "pumpernickel" also came from Germany, but it originally had nothing to do with bread.
 
Pitching a Loaf is on the road! Today’s episode comes to you from the Johnson and Wales International Bread Symposium. Dr. Lin Carson and co-host, David Deblauwe of Puratos, bring on founder Peter Reinhart to learn just why the world needs an academic platform to discuss bread.Bread is a global issue, important in so many ways. However, it’s al ...…
 
What’s that I hear Zach? It’s so faint I can hardly make it out….. Wait it’s getting louder….. I think….. Yes it’s definitely aaaaaaaaaaa MYHISTORY!!! For this particular myhistory we’re going all the way back to 1828. To good old Deutschland. Leaders of the free world, home of the free and the brave. I thought we could go back and forth and sa ...…
 
Summer is coming. And for most of us bakers, that means more issues with mold. Further extending product shelf life is something we all strive for. But what’s the best and safest way? Dr. Lin Carson and Dave Dahl reveal some of the things they’ve done to keep mold at bay, from cultured wheat to deep cleaning.However, as demand continues for cle ...…
 
Troubadours and Raconteurs... some beautiful spring weather nestled within the Pocono and Endless Mountains. I hope you are feeling fine. We have for your listening pleasure Episode 224 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Crafted In NorthEastern Pennsylvania, Heard All Over The World.This week's featured guest is internat ...…
 
Dawn: As a consumer, every podcast I listen to, I get intrigued by another vitamin? then I think I should add to my diet? then I don't know if I'm taking too much stuff? Like, I need more iron, zinc and magnesium. I'm 47, getting older, skin and hair changing - that freaks me out. So, I want lots of Biotin, Iron, Zinc - what about fish oil? Wha ...…
 
Meet Jenn Schober a city girl, turned farmer, who tells Jill why it’s good to know who grows your food. Jenn has founded a weekly market in Chatham, NY and Jill asks her what it took to gather people together and how a farmer’s market can benefit both growers and consumers. Then Jill visits Self-Nourishment Coach, Jeanette Bronee, to cook Rye B ...…
 
Meet Jenn Schober a city girl, turned farmer, who tells Jill why it’s good to know who grows your food. Jenn has founded a weekly market in Chatham, NY and Jill asks her what it took to gather people together and how a farmer’s market can benefit both growers and consumers. Then Jill visits Self-Nourishment Coach, Jeanette Bronee, to cook Rye B ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Rye, a Grain With Ancient Roots, Is Rising AgainAuthor: Julia MoskinNarrator: Caroline MillerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-11-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublisher's ...…
 
Boo! Imagine the cackle of a witch and the smell of black licorice wafting through the air. Bobbing for apples, dry ice in a punch bowl and simple decorations of black and orange. Halloween used to be more about a little spook with loads of fun. Now its tilted towards putting on a better show than everyone else, much like the rest of everything ...…
 
Meet Jenn Schober a city girl, turned farmer, who tells Jill why it’s good to know who grows your food. Jenn has founded a weekly market in Chatham, NY and Jill asks her what it took to gather people together and how a farmer’s market can benefit both growers and consumers. Then Jill visits Self-Nourishment Coach, Jeanette Bronee, to cook Rye B ...…
 
What does spam have to do with manflu? I have manflu, I hate being sick. I try not to use the word hate much, but I really do not like being ill. I wonder, will spam help? It started as a cough that kept me awake on Tuesday night. On Wednesday it progressed and I had a headache and the beginning of some nasal sinus congestion. On Thursday it wa ...…
 
The Care and Feeding of your Good Bacteria 22 Today I‘m going to talk about a topic that I’ve been following for a few years and I think we finally know enough about to make some useful dietary recommendations. I’m going to tell you about the care and feeding of your good bacteria. Believe it or not, the bacteria in your gut could hold the key ...…
 
We're on a roll (or rye bread) this week! My guest Erin and I talk about #33 on AFI's Top 100 Movie Quotes from the romcom "When Harry Met Sally". The 1989 film saw Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan become friends, enemies, and finally lovebirds. The line this week is the only line spoken by a cameo actor; how neat!In this episode Erin and I discuss:W ...…
 
http://earnthis.net/wp-content/podcasts/earnthis-podcast-022.mp3 Download link (you may have to right click and “Save As”) It’s springtime, and Colton has prepared a tasting for us from the Devil’s Backbone Adventure Pack! Mike and Dan blind taste-test the six beers (plus an oddball bonus seventh beer) in a competitive fashion. Here are the sev ...…
 
We're at the London Coffee Festival and speak to James Hoffmann of Square Mile Coffee about coffee chaff butter, rye bread made with coffee, cascara chocolate, espresso soft serve, cascara soda, among other things. We also chat with Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood of Colonna and Smalls who have unveiled their newest product: very high-end pods for Nes ...…
 
Timestamps below! The Real Housewives of Atlanta finished the season with a green Kenya and a Fed raid. Over on RHOP, the arguments over manners continue. Spoiler alert: no one has them. Top Chef named the top two finalists, and we also got to look at David Copperfield’s oddness. PLUS: Camille Grammar tweets and Ben gets trolled. Timestamps0-36 ...…
 
Timestamps below! The Real Housewives of Atlanta finished the season with a green Kenya and a Fed raid. Over on RHOP, the arguments over manners continue. Spoiler alert: no one has them. Top Chef named the top two finalists, and we also got to look at David Copperfield’s oddness. PLUS: Camille Grammar tweets and Ben gets trolled. Timestamps0-36 ...…
 
On this week’s Cityscape we’re taking a bite into the history of Jewish delis in New York City with the author of a new book called Pastrami on Rye. Because pickles go well with pastrami on rye bread, we’ll pay a visit to the Pickles Guys on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the only pickle store still on Essex Street, which was once home to a bunch ...…
 
Season 2 Episode 27 The Good, The Bad & the Downright Weird of Finnish Food with Miia This week I get to sit down with Miia Keski-Nikkola and talk food, which is no hardship for me; busting some myths, discussing Mother Nature’s offerings and looking at traditional Xmas Food. https://explorefinlandpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/episode-27- ...…
 
On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Magnus Nilsson, the chef of Swedish odyssey Faviken, a restaurant situated 6 hours north of Stockholm, on 20,000 acres of Jamtland mountain farms. As remote as this seems, it’s just one of many exotic locations Magnus traveled to while writing The Nordic Cookbook by Phaidon. Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, ...…
 
On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Magnus Nilsson, the chef of Swedish odyssey Faviken, a restaurant situated 6 hours north of Stockholm, on 20,000 acres of Jamtland mountain farms. As remote as this seems, it’s just one of many exotic locations Magnus traveled to while writing The Nordic Cookbook by Phaidon. Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, ...…
 
TOPIC: More Songs About Buildings and Food This week, Dan and Merlin talk about transitions, microwave ovens, air conditioning, and the likelihood of salmonella. Links for this episode: Amazon.com: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values (9780060589462): Robert M. Pirsig: Books Discipline of Do Easy by Gus Van Sant - Y ...…
 
TOPIC: More Songs About Buildings and Food This week, Dan and Merlin talk about transitions, microwave ovens, air conditioning, and the likelihood of salmonella. Links for this episode: Amazon.com: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values (9780060589462): Robert M. Pirsig: Books Discipline of Do Easy by Gus Van Sant - Y ...…
 
WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham interviews Oscar Swan, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh about his new book Kaleidoscope of Poland published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. The book contains over 1000 entries on Polish cultural, historical and political figures. Polish cars, celebrities, film makers, ...…
 
WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham interviews Oscar Swan, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh about his new book Kaleidoscope of Poland published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. The book contains over 1000 entries on Polish cultural, historical and political figures. Polish cars, celebrities, film makers, ...…
 
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