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Rouxde Cooking School Podcast
Rouxde Cooking School Podcast
A food history and cooking comedy podcast. John p…
A food history and cooking comedy podcast. John presents Rebecca one culinary item per show while giving it's history and trivia (Rebecca doesn't know the topic beforehand). It's funny, instructional and sometimes (most of the time) gross. Based in Baltimore MD.
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Rouxde Cooking School Podcast
Second Opinion
Second Opinion
An examination of medical ethics and the practioners who define them.
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Second Opinion
Beer Hear! with Bob W. and B.R. | WFMU
Beer Hear! with Bob W. and B.R. | WFMU
WFMU presents A weekly podcast/blog on NYC beer culture & community..
Beer Hear! is a weekly program on beer, beer culture and the beer community, heard on WFMU (wfmu.org). There is an accompanying blog at: beerhear.blogspot.com. Beer Hear! is hosted by Bob & B.R., homebrewers, beer judges, and all around beer lovers.
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Beer Hear! with Bob W. and B.R. | WFMU
Mike and Tom Eat Snacks
Mike and Tom Eat Snacks
Michael Ian Black and Tom Cavanagh eat snacks and talk about it!
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Mike and Tom Eat Snacks
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
Gravy
Gravy
Gravy shares stories of the changing American South… through the foods we eat.
Gravy shares stories of the changing American South through the foods we eat. Gravy showcases a South that is constantly evolving, accommodating new immigrants, adopting new traditions, and lovingly maintaining old ones. It uses food as a means to explore all of that, to dig into lesser-known corners of the region, complicate stereotypes, document new dynamics, and give voice to the unsung folk who grow, cook, and serve our daily meals.
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Gravy