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Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?
 
Reputedly the best-selling poetry collection of the 20th century, 'Songs of a Sourdough' is best known for Robert W. Service's classic Yukon ballads, 'The Shooting of Dan McGrew' and 'The Cremation of Sam McGhee'. Service was born in Preston, Lancashire, and grew up in Scotland. In his twenties, he made his way to Canada and settled in the Yukon where he worked as a bank clerk but evidently dreamed of more adventurous pursuits. Service's readings of his poems show that he could adopt either ...
 
Riding roller coasters, baking sourdough bread, needlepointing — what do you do when there’s no work left to do? From the creator of the hit Netflix series Love comes a feel-good audio series about finding pure, simple joy in hobbies that fill the void. Discover your hidden hobby alongside Lesley Arfin, as she interviews her guests about the things that make them happy.
 
I have always been interested in how things are made and how they can be reproduced in our own homes. It has really turned into a huge passion of mine and I would love to share it with you! There is so much that is satisfying with making your own bread (sourdough and yeasted), cookies, beer, wine, cheese and other things!I will give you the step by step process on things that I have made many times and also things that I will be trying out. Together we will consider successes and failures (Y ...
 
Known as the Bard of the Yukon and as a people's poet, Robert Service immortalized his experience with the Yukon and its gold rush and this collection of poetry. While some poems are anecdotal and amusing, others capture the raw brilliance that frontiers evoke and the ever pioneering spirit of man. Alternately titled Songs of a Sourdough in the United Kingdoms. (Introduction by Becky)
 
Not Another Science Podcast is a student-run science radio show, brought to you by the Edinburgh University Science Magazine, and edited by Helena Cornu. Tune in every two weeks to hear the dulcet tones of Tom Edwick, as he talks to staff and students at the University of Edinburgh. Interested in sourdough science? Passionate about climate change? Just a generally keen science bean? This is the show for you.
 
What up Art World! Are you an artist? Do you like art? Are you new and interested in learning about art without any judgement? Do you have a friend or significant other that likes art and you just need help getting into it? Well then this is the podcast for you! Sit down and listen to Miss Art World and guests as they navigate this world. They discuss popular trends, interview artists, critique local and national pieces.
 
Wardee is a wife and mom of 3, the lead teacher and owner of TraditionalCookingSchool.com and the author of the Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods. #AskWardee is the weekly show devoted to answering your niggling questions about traditional cooking: whether it's your sourdough starter, your sauerkraut, preserving foods, broth, superfoods or anything else to do with Traditional Cooking. Catch #AskWardee live each Wednesday at 10am P at Periscope.tv/TradCookSchool or via replays and sh ...
 
As well as both being professional comedians, Stuart Goldsmith and Sindhu Vee have two other big things in common: they a) are both parents and b) have no idea how to be parents. But hey, does anyone? In this show, the acclaimed host of The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast and the writer/creator of BBC Radio 4's Sindhustan try to find out, seeking the advice of notable parents and experts on how to cope with parenthood, exploring the sacrifices, choices and mistakes made along the way. Light-hear ...
 
Summaries of ACOG's Practice Bulletins recorded while the host guzzles booze and speaks too closely to the microphone. Each episode accompanied by comprehensive show notes, wine recommendations, and unsolicited advice. Pour yourself a glass, and come along, friend. Help us remain the reigning #1 OBGYN Podcast Ever Made! #DoNoHarmTakeNoShit
 
A podcast sharing the stories of businesses battling to stay afloat in the coronavirus pandemic. Staying Afloat is a podcast by a business, for businesses; with expert advice and real, personal stories. How to get the best out of working from home, WTF...urlough and the psychology behind good leadership. It's all here.
 
RelishPod is here to provide audio and visual inspiration to get YOU cooking. Mark and Tim believe that the links between a happy and healthy life starts with making and preparing your own food. They are local food enthusiasts, and enjoy using their Big Green Egg to ensure optimal results while grilling.
 
If you’ve ever dreamed about cooking like or becoming a professional chef, you’ve come to the right place. Hosted by Chef Jacob Burton, an executive chef by day, wanna be broadcaster by night, we feature instructional style episodes that unpack professional level cooking techniques in an approachable fashion, and interviews with culinary taste makers, including chefs, cook book authors, wine makers, brewers, coffee roasters, and anyone else who is passionate about the world of food and beverage.
 
WDAV's Biscuits and Bach host, Rachel Stewart, talks with musicians, artists, chefs, foodies and others about everybody's favorite topic - food.Subscribe to a podcast of this series via iTunes using the button below or visit our subscribe page for other options.Subscribe
 
Take back the bread is the blog for Steve the Bread Guy. This blog features videos and posts about how to make delicious bread at home, by hand, without bread machines. This blog and its website are designed for people who have never made bread before. Just follow these easy steps, and you'll be making bread that tastes great and will amaze your friends.
 
A weekly show where the ignorant attempt to speak the truth and fail miserably. Aaron Jurkiewicz and his friends go through the media to pull out the diamonds in the rough to try and attempt to get a better understanding of people and life through laughter and insensitive jokes.
 
Hey, boos! We're Callie and Kaitlin. We watch scary movies and podcast about them. Whether you're a blood-and-guts fanatic or a scaredy cat looking for a non-threatening summary of the latest prestige horror flick, we've got you covered with our weekly breakdowns of classic and contemporary spooky cinema.
 
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In June, Michael Barry discussed the UCI’s plan for a compressed 2020 road season. Recently, Canadian Cycling Magazine editor Matthew Pioro wanted to look back at some of Barry’s predictions from late spring. There is something unfair about looking back at predictions. In the best of times, guesses about the future are usually wrong. During this pa…
 
Andrea Wien is joined by Afif Ghannoum. In today’s episode we hear about a huge government fund in France dedicated to microbiome companies (3:07) The EU’s rules on regulation and research (5:37) A credit check for your gut (9:11) C-section babies are more likely to have a higher BMI (19:50) Newborns fed a tiny bit of their mother’s fecal matter to…
 
Ladies love a fascist. In Victoria de Grazia's new book The Perfect Fascist, she tells the story of Lilliana Weinman -- a beautiful Jewish heiress, attracting love and devotion in opera houses around Europe -- and Attilio Teruzzi, head of the blackshirts in Mussolini's Italy. Their love story, and the way it falls apart, resonates with what drives …
 
On the final episode of Child Labour series 1 Stu and Sindhu talk to firecracker comedian Sara Barron about the decision to have one child, questioning the pursuit of your career and the impact of the choices your parents make through your life.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and include #Chil…
 
In a race against Krall’s undead horde, our heroes must contend with troubles they left brewing in Tillersham. Join our merry band of actors for a D&D podcast filled with intrigue, adventure and laughter. Where there are ‘No Small Rolls’ and no small consequences! Credits: David Knight as your Dungeon Master Ben Galpin as Orryn Chris Watts as Gaius…
 
Brian and Kyle Grace talk with Gemma Stafford, the amazing baker behind the blog and YouTube channel Bigger Bolder Baking. Gemma talks about her life as an Irish baker in America, as well as classic Irish baking tips. We explore Barmbrack, the classic Irish fruitcake served during Halloween. Plus, we dig into our Authentic Ireland issue, the ultima…
 
We go behind the scenes with Bren Smith, who lived the dangerous life of a fisherman on the Bering Sea. He talks about his transformation from chasing big fish on the high seas to growing sustainable sea greens. Plus, Ana Roš shares Slovenian cuisine from the Soča Valley; Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett decode the meaning of edible flower names; …
 
This week we take a look at comfort food with writer Victoria Prever. Victoria is an expert on Jewish food and cooking and has written a recipe for chicken soup with matzo dumplings for our latest issue. She takes us through the steps to perfecting a perfect bowl and we talk about some other Jewish food traditions including the evolution of babka t…
 
Discover the difference between sourdoughs and other preferments. Chef Gail discusses the science behind the symbiotic relationship that wild yeast can have with the natural bacteria present in the starter. Learn what bacteria contributes to the entire process of sourdough starters, and how their presence contributes to the ultimate flavor of any b…
 
“There’s a terrible myth that scientists are supposed to be all-knowing. And no, we’re blunderers around in the dark. The whole of science is about that: if we knew what we were doing it wouldn’t be research.” Jamie Davies has had a fascinating career in academia, and along the way he’s learned some important lessons. In this episode, he passes on …
 
With the death of RBG and the Supreme Court once again in a position to overturn Roe v Wade, journalist Alissa Quart and Jessa attempt to complicate the abortion debate. We discuss how the pro-choice movement often fails to take care of women, how legality does not mean accessibility, and why pro-lifers are not your enemy. Support this podcast: htt…
 
If there was ever a year to learn more about how certain herbs can reduce stress, it has to be 2020, right? In today’s episode, my guest — Vicki Shanta Retelny — explains how certain herbs known as “adaptogens” help your body adapt to stress by acting on the neuroendocrine system to thwart our stress response. Vicki*, a fellow registered dietitian …
 
With time slipping away, the party enter Krall's buried tower in search of a way to stop him. Join our merry band of actors for a D&D podcast filled with intrigue, adventure and laughter. Where there are ‘No Small Rolls’ and no small consequences! Credits: David Knight as your Dungeon Master Ben Galpin as Orryn Chris Watts as Gaius Darrel Bailey as…
 
We ride the railroads of India with Maneet Chauhan to sample chaat: snacks like warm carrot pudding and chili-fried potatoes served at street stalls and train stations. Plus, Shannon Mustipher gives us a taste of Tiki cocktails and culture; Bianca Bosker explains the appeal of ultra-peaceful cooking shows; and we make hearty Ethiopian Chickpea Stew…
 
This week Janine catches up with deputy food editor Adam to talk about butter – an everyday ingredient that can transform your cooking into something both luxurious and comforting. Adam explains how to make your own butter at home as well as the difference between clarified butter and ghee and they discuss some of the great recipes in this month’s …
 
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2020: the year that we witnessed garden-staged pole vault AMRAPs and a London Marathon consisting of 19 laps of St James' Park. A season that brought us world records, empty stadia, and Noah Lyles running a devastating 180 metres (in every sense of the word). Months of waiting for Karsten Warholm to scorch his way to history, and a few seconds of e…
 
This past summer, Tim Johnson went on his first bikepacking trip. As trips go, this one was big: seven days, roughly 700 km on the Trans-Taiga, which is roughly 1,300 km north of Montreal. Johnson knew Quebec pretty well beforehand. Sure, he’s a six time U.S. cyclocross champion and currently a director of development at USA Cycling. His Strava pro…
 
Martin Barnett has been a baker, bakery owner and teacher for over 40 years. After retiring as the head of the baking program at Vancouver Island University, he built the bakery and teaching centre Seraphina's Oven beside his home in Ladysmith, BC and is still teaching professionals and amateurs alike. In this episode, Mark catches up with his frie…
 
Just a few days before the Pope release a barnfire of an encyclical about the evils of neoliberalism and capitalism, Eugene McCarraher (The Enchantments of Mammon) and Jessa discussed the tangled relationship between Christians and the Left, the soulfulness of anarchism, and how capitalism became the religion of modernity. Support this podcast: htt…
 
I typically reserve Odds & Ends Episodes for times when there's been a lot to catch up later in the season. But there's been so much happening since Season 3 ended, over the summer and in recent weeks, I wanted us to catch up on a few things sooner rather than later. In this episode: A recap of recent recipes on ThisUnmillennialLife.com My (unpaid)…
 
How would you co-parent if you separated from your partner before lockdown but then spent lockdown together for the benefit of your child? Well that is the situation comedian Ivo Graham found himself in. Hear how they have navigated that, the impact of heading to boarding school when he was 5 and what that means in the future for his own child.We w…
 
Searching for answers and with Krall's dire threats ringing in their ears, our heroes finally encounter the mysterious figure of Ruana Witten, as the witch rises from the water... Join our merry band of actors for a D&D podcast filled with intrigue, adventure and laughter. Where there are ‘No Small Rolls’ and no small consequences! Credits: David K…
 
Rachael Ray tells Milk Street how she almost killed Tony Bennett, set fire to Emeril’s kitchen, endured wardrobe malfunctions and why she still believes in the power and dignity of hard work. Plus, Brooke Jarvis takes us behind the $10 million launch of a new apple variety; we learn Sardinia’s secret to five-minute handmade pasta; and Dr. Aaron Car…
 
This week Janine catches up with Tessa Clarke, one of the founders of the innovative app OLIO which aims to reduce the massive problem of food waste not only in the UK but worldwide. They talk about how Tessa had her lightbulb moment which led to the creation of the app, how lockdown changed the way people use it and her plans to empower more peopl…
 
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In this episode of Dietary Requirements, Sophie Gilmour, Alice Neville and Simon Day are joined by chef Yutak Son for a crash course in festive Korean cuisine. This week is Chuseok 추석, or Korean Thanksgiving. To celebrate, chef Yutak Son has teamed up with Satellites and the Korean consulate to put together a meal kit for the occasion, and the Diet…
 
At school, Jamie Davies was fascinated by how impossibly complex things can arise from very simple beginnings. He decided that he would become a radio astronomer and investigate the formation of galaxies from the stars and planets of our universe. But then he went to university. During his degree in Natural Sciences at Cambridge, he came across the…
 
Andrea talks with Dr. Matt Kogan, a biological, holistic and integrative restorative dentist, about the shocking link between oral and systemic health. In most Westernized countries, dental care is regarded as separate from the overall care and health of the body, but as we’ll learn in this episode, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact,…
 
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