Rank #1: THE FOOD PODCAST 024 - Baking it Out with Claire Ptak
Baking it Out with Claire Ptak
On Episode 24 of The Food Podcast we talk to Claire Ptak, a Californian born chef, food writer, columnist, podcaster, collaborator and owner of Violet Bakery in London. We chat about her childhood in the kitchen, working at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, before moving to London and launching a business. Being a working mum is folded in, along with notes on style and seasonal baking. We dive into one of my favourite topics, Female Collaboration and hear from long time collaborators Cliodhna Prendergast and Imen McDonnell. We explore the importance of getting into the kitchen to BAKE IT OUT. This means finding order in the disorder, a practise Claire swears by. And hey, there’s some
Feb 27 2018
Rank #2: THE FOOD PODCAST 010 - Local Milk's Beth Kirby
On this episode, Lindsay talks with Beth Kirby - stylist,
photographer, writer, teacher and woman behind the award winning blog,
LOCAL MILK. Beth talks about beauty - beauty in darkness and light, and all that
lies in between. And the importance of taking time to slow down and carve out
time for creativity. Because there’s a beauty in switching off, slowing down. and
you know what? When you live slowly, you might find that love speeds up.
We’re talking from the Local Milk HQ, Beth’s studio kitchen in Catt Tennessess...
you might here a little beep from a firealram that needs a battery the house has
just been remodelled,... it’s all a work in progress...
Jul 29 2016
Rank #3: THE FOOD PODCAST 023 - Form and Function
Tea towels - they are form and function. But if you look deeper into the fabric, you'll find stories about design, history and propaganda. Episode 23 unpacks these stories while meeting, along the way, Alissa Kloet, textile artist and owner of KeepHouse. Alissa shares her story of living as an artist in Nova Scotia, and how the land, the ocean and her love of hospitality led to KeepHouse. Oh and we also travel to Scotland, schmooze with royals, drink orange squash and hear about a tea towel collection that began in a tiny house in England. It's all about while lies deep inside the fibres, today on The Food Podcast.
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Jan 09 2018
Rank #4: THE FOOD PODCAST 017 - Stories from the Kitchen Table with Molly Wizenberg
'Stories from the Kitchen Table with Molly Wizenberg' (The Silent Witness)
Molly Wizenberg is a Seattle-based writer, blogger, restaurant owner, podcast co-host, home cook and a story teller. Her stories are real, the kind filled with all the flavours of life. Molly's Instagram profile reads: Orangette / Spilled Milk / A Homemade Life / Delancey / Essex / stuff. On this episode of The Food Podcast we dive into all of that, especially the STUFF. The real stuff. The flavourful stuff. The stuff people don't always want to talk about. Molly spoke to me from her kitchen table, where she writes, shares meals, skypes podcast hosts, sews and does her taxes. Like all kitchen tables, Molly's table is witness to life, to STUFF. This episode explores her stories from her kitchen table, with a little side exploratio
May 05 2017
Rank #5: THE FOOD PODCAST 008 - Thug Kitchen
On today's episode of THE FOOD PODCAST, Lindsay sits down and talks with New York Times best selling THUG KITCHEN authors: Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. This episode is a f*cking great one!
May 16 2016
Rank #6: THE FOOD PODCAST 020 - Small Victories with Julia Turshen
Sep 07 2017
Rank #7: THE FOOD PODCAST 015 - LIfe After Gluten
Episode 15 Life After Gluten
On this episode, our 15th, I talk to Aran Goyoaga of the site www.cannellevanille.com and Paul Graham, author of the memoir In Memory of Bread. Aran is a Basque - American living in Seattle; Paul lives in upstate New York. They've never met. But they have something in common - both learned they could no longer eat gluten, long after their lives were shaped by the stuff. This episodes explores how they have approached life - gluten free. It's all about adversity, tears, triumphs and the making of new food memories on this episode of The Food Podcast. PS - and we dive a little into tinnitus. Sorry if I've over-shared...
Feb 01 2017
Rank #8: THE FOOD PODCAST 011 - Food Rituals
Daily ritual is an obsession of mine. I work from home, and when I come across others who do the same, with success, I want to know exactly how they do it: how their daily flow, from food, to sleep, to the time they awake, sparks creativity in their day.
So, for episode 11, I ask three of my favourite ‘work from home’ creatives to share their daily rituals with me.
1. Mason Currey, the author of Daily Rituals, shares his secret clothing item that helps his focus.
2. Claire Cameron, also a writer, guns it through the dark, early in morning, then breaks the flow with something her husband makes for her…
3. Andrea Dorfman, animator and filmmaker, sneaks a little skinny dip in before her day begins. I once asked her what she thinks is the difference between routine and ritual. She replied - routine + spirituality = ritual.
But what do the academics have to say about ritual? Dr. Martha MacDonald s a folklorist who works as the acting d
Sep 06 2016
Rank #9: THE FOOD PODCAST 016 - Sweet Sixteen
A Joyous Look at Fat, Sugar and ModerationFat, sugar, heart attacks and moderation - not to worry, episode 16 isn't a downer, it's Joyous! This episode stars Joy McCarthy, founder of Joyous Health. She'll share her story from daily afternoon M&M's and chronic sickness to a career as an inspiring holistic nutritionist, writer and best-selling author. We'll also hear from Michelle Book from the Canadian Health Food Association. She'll set us straight on the role sugar is playing in our lives today, and simple steps we can take to avoid it. This is an episode exploring choices, not restrictions. So fill your plate with the good stuff- but pay attention to that plate. Over the years they have grown in size. Who knew?
Mar 24 2017
Rank #10: The Food Podcast 003 - The Dorito Effect
Welcome to THE FOOD PODCAST! For this, our third episode, Lindsay interviews Mark Schatzker, the author of 'The Dorito Effect-The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor'
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Rank #11: THE FOOD PODCAST 026 - Eating in Watercolour with artist Jessie Kanelos Weiner
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Jun 25 2018
Rank #12: THE FOOD PODCAST 019 - Wooden Spoons, The Backstory
Jul 28 2017
Rank #13: THE FOOD PODCAST 021 - Seaweed For The People!
This episode is all about SEAWEED: where to find it, how to eat it and the stories it holds. We’ll take a walk along the Ring of Kerry with seaweed forager John Fitzgerald of Atlantic Irish Seaweed. We’ll make a seaweed smoothie with a Mermaid. We’ll learn about dulse, how it sustained monks, Vikings and Lindsay’s grandfather. It’s a salty, briny, wild episode full of vitamins, minerals and trace elements, today on The Food Podcast.
Oct 31 2017
Rank #14: THE FOOD PODCAST 009 - Hedley & Bennett's Ellen Bennett
On today's episode of THE FOOD PODCAST, Lindsay sits down and talks with apron maverick Ellen Bennett about her kitchen wear empire Hedley & Bennett!!
Jun 14 2016
Rank #15: THE FOOD PODCAST 006 - The Chocolate Garage
On today’s episode of the food podcast, dive into the world of Bean to Bar
Chocolate with the founder and CEO of The Chocolate Garage Sunita de Tourreil.
We’ll talk ethically sourced craft chocolates, or HAPPY CHOCOLATE as Sunita calls it.
We’ll learn where happy chocolate comes from, how it’s made, and how to identify
quality, by savouring both taste, and story.
Mar 01 2016