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Food-Related Podcasts


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I realize that podcasting is a pretty new technology, but there seems to be a fair amount of food related ones already. I was curious to see if there are other fellow geeks here that can recommend some culinary ones worth getting.

I did happen to find one called "All You Can Eat" which had lengthy interviews with both Bourdain and the Canadian chef at Lumiere, Rob Feenie. As well, I have been subscribing to the podcast from KCRW, Good Food, which is also full of interesting content.

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BTW the site in question is

http://www.pacificpalate.com/shows_podcast.html

Its done by a Canadian food journalist based out of Vancouver. It's a great program, by the way.

Evan Kleiman out of KCRW Santa Monica, CA does the "Good Food" podcast:

http://www.podcastbunker.com/audio/goodfood.php

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BTW the site in question is

http://www.pacificpalate.com/shows_podcast.html

Its done by a Canadian food journalist based out of Vancouver. It's a great program, by the way.

Oooo.... listen to this guy.

He liked my cookbook :wink:Yay!

Sorry for the shameless self-promotion.

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where are you getting these podcasts from?

I was using Apple Music Store via iTunes. Then I searched around PodcastAlley.com. They both seemed to have a pretty similar selection.

After listening to several of them now, I can't help but think of the SNL skit with Alec Baldwin as Pete Schwetty every time. :raz:

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Hungry Magazine

We recently posted Podcast interviews with Food and Wine Best New Chef 2004 Graham Eliot Bowles of Avenues restaurant, and 2005 Esquire Best New Restaurants in America chef at Butter, Ryan Poli.

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One of the best I've come across is The Restaurant Guys. They tend to talk about restaurants, what goes into running them etc than food itself. Guests they've had on in the past include Charlie Trotter, Ruth Reichl and Michael Ruhlman. They also had Doug Psaltis on and recreated on air the "discussion" we had here.

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I discovered a great site called www.hungrymag.com that has podcasts of interviews with top Chicago chefs- great to listen to while you're working. Wondering if anyone has found other sites that have good podcasts/audio downloads related to the restaurant scene or culinary world. Thanks, Leah

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Right now I am forced to work two jobs, and one is third shift, so I need to be entertained while I stock shelves at Target. I have discovered the joys of podcasts which are great because they are stimulating and fun to listen to while I work. These are a few of my favorites, anyone else have any?

Off the Broiler (of course)

Bon Apetite

Splendid Table

NPR Food

Food Philosophy

Grape Radio

Napa Valley Wine Radio

Hungry Magazine

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For those who may be interested, I've tripped across a podcast series delving into Canadian food.

 

https://tastecooking.com/untangling-canadas-food-facts-and-fictions/

 

I can't help but note that she passes over Atlantic Canada entirely. Quelle surprise...

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