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Fuhmentaboudit!
Fuhmentaboudit!
Ferment About It! (Fuhmentaboudit!), aims to demystify the art of home fermentation with a primary focus on home brewing beer. Chris and Mary take listeners on a journey through fermentation, sharing history, practical methods, recipes and anecdotes from personal experience as well as from those of guest fermenters both amateur and pro.
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Fuhmentaboudit!
Cooking The Books
Cooking The Books
Where food and fiction meet...
“The parallels between food and writing are so obvious and clear. It’s hard to talk about them because they’re inherent.” ~ Steven Brust .... Cooking the Books is an ongoing interview project that explores the meeting points between genre fiction and food. From Joe Haldeman to Elizabeth Bear, Zen Cho to Joe Monti of Saga Press, we've interviewed nearly 50 authors, editors, and agents over the past 4 years. Cooking the Books hosts written word essays AND podcasts at franwilde.net.
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Cooking The Books
Edible Radio
Edible Radio
Edible stories fresh from local communities.
Edible Radio podcasts are produced in association with Edible Communities, Inc., a network of over 70 Edible Magazines in the Unites States and Canada. Featuring conversations with leading writers, thinkers, and eaters from the S.O.L.E. food movement, Edible Radio podcasts are recognized for stories on sustainable, organic, local and ethical food issues.
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Edible Radio
"The Food Show" with Tom Fitzmorris
"The Food Show" with Tom Fitzmorris
New Orleans' greatest food critic talks restaurants, recipes, cooking tips and more!
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"The Food Show" with Tom Fitzmorris
What's Cooking with Jim
What's Cooking with Jim
Diving into the art of cooking, B100 morning show host Jim Mackey talks with local chefs, business owners and foodies about how to take your home cooking to the next level.
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What's Cooking with Jim
Japan Eats!
Japan Eats!
What is Japanese food? Sushi? Ramen? Kaiseki? What about Izakaya? What exactly are they? Akiko Katayama, a Japanese native, New York-based food writer and director of the New York Japanese Culinary Academy, will tell you all about the real Japanese food and food culture. Her guests will range from a sake producer whose family has centuries of sake-making history, to a great American chef who pushes the envelope of Japanese cuisine. Japanese cuisine is demystified here!
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Japan Eats!