The Food Podcast

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Today on The Food Podcast I’m talking to Kerrilynn Pamer, CEO and co-Founder of Cap Beauty, an online beauty and wellness shop and community. Kerrilynn is also the co-author of High Vibrational Beauty, a cookbook designed to engage the senses a
Today on The Food Podcast, I talk with Jennifer Elizabeth Crawford, a chef, food creative and the host of ‘My Queer Kitchen’ with Xtra Magazine. Jennifer, who identifies as They, has recently moved back to Nova Scotia from Toronto, where they s
Fanny Singer eats a green salad every day. Her ritual begins with the washing of lettuce: rinsing in cold water, a few times, then scattering across a tea towel and rolling said towel like biscuit dough into a cinnamon roll. The cinnamon roll,
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Aimée Wimbush-Bourque posted a photo last year on Instagram featuring vegetable scraps sprouting from water: garlic cloves, half an onion, the tops of swiss chard and green onions, growing tall, stretching towards the light. It’s a glorious sig
Welcome to an episode of The Food Podcast’s Side Dishes, where we explore the Flavours of Home. This one is coming to you live from the Atlantic Podcast Summit in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This episode is born from a live workshop, where host Linds
Aube Giroux is an award winning documentary filmmaker, an organic gardener and creator of the blog Kitchen Vignettes, a farm-to-table cooking show on PBS. Aube is also a seed saver, a question asker, a knitter, a dog owner, a forager, and, a lo
Aran Goyoaga, a cookbook author, photographer and stylist, has a playlist on Spotify that’s 113 hours long. She calls the playlist Rain. Rain is fitting. Aran lives in Seattle, a city that’s grey, melancholy. But great photographers, and Bob Ma
Welcome to Part Three of Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. Jasmine Oore is a filmmaker, she is a writer, she’s a visionary, she’s a friend. She’s also an Israeli/Polish/ Canadian pickle soup maker. In thi
Episode 30 Baby’s on Fire with Marianne Pfeffer Gjengedal Have you ever been to a rousing dinner party when towards the end, you insist everyone gather round to watch a video on your phone? They agree because they’re your friends, but then they
On today’s episode, Hetty McKinnon and I share a meal in her Brooklyn studio kitchen. Hetty’s an Australian cookbook author, columnist, creator and publisher of Peddler Magazine, and champion of nostalgic storytelling. Needless to say I adore h
Episode  28: Jell-O Girls with Allie Rowbottom Jell-O: we’ve all eaten it, swished it around, gulped it down and watched it wobble. But who knew this innocent dessert has a complicated past, one where money, greed, love, hate, cocktails, and mi
Welcome to Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. In episode #2 of our side-series, Australian writer Maggie MacKellar shares the flavours of her home on a Tasmanian merino wool sheep farm. Maggie begins wit
Welcome to Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. We begin the series with a letter from Flore Vallery-Radot, a French- Australian photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, workshop host, mother, wife, beekeepe
On today's episode, there will be...huge smiles. Baby pink long boards. The biggest bunches of flowers. Bacon cooked over an open fire. A chef on horseback wearing a vintage dress - basically the stuff that Australian food and lifestyle photogr
Today on The Food Podcast, Lindsay sits down with Jessie Kanelos Weiner, an artist, author, food stylist and long term American living in Paris. Her latest book, Paris in Stride, takes the reader on an illustrated walk through Paris. I wanted t
Today on The Food Podcast Lindsay sits down with Alexander McCall Smith, Scottish writer and Emeritus Professor of Medical Law at the University of Edinburgh. What begins as as a conversation on his use of tea in writing becomes a deep dive int
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,
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 
Today on The Food Podcast, Lindsay sits down with JUNO award winning musician Old Man Luedecke. There will be tunes, Christmas morning ham on rye with a perfectly fried egg, sardine songs and we’ll crack open the Joy of Cooking. Merry Christmas
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.
Julia Turshen is a NY cook, writer, journalist, and food activist. And she makes the best turkey ricotta meatballs, ever. You'll find them in her cookbook Small Victories, along with tips that will have you celebrating victories in the kitchen
What's the story behind your favourite wooden spoon? Where did it come from? Is it stained from use? Did you scorch it on the stove? Was it a disciplinary tool? On this episode we talk with Terron Dodd, a cherished wooden spoon carver from Cape
  Did you grow up in a place that you didn't appreciate until later in life? A place that your father chose, a place you didn't understand, a place you couldn't wait to escape from, only to find, many years later, that you too love that place,
  '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
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