Growing up, we were always told not to play with our food, but what about listening to it? With food podcasts, you can.
Need more food news, current food trends or just friendly discussion about cooking, eating and restaurants? Next time you’re craving some food talk, tune in to one of these podcasts for your fix of all things food.
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Molly Wizenberg and Matthew Amster-Burton combine food and humor in their podcast, Spilled Milk. Listen in as they discuss cooking tips and recipes, along with general food-related banter. You’re guaranteed a good time and a chuckle.
In this podcast, interviews, recipes and other food stories are collected from NPR programs, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Recent NPR: Food chats discuss food trucks, hot dogs, pink slime, chocolate and BPA in food. What more could you need?
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The Dinner Party
Brought to you by American Public Media, The Dinner Party covers just about everything. Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam host this eclectic show as they interview celebrity guests, dole out etiquette tips, talk recipes, food finds and odd food news. This podcast is always a fun listen.
The Splendid Table
Also from American Public Media, The Splendid Table describes itself as “the show for people who love to eat.” If that describes you, tune in to hear host Lynne Rossetto Kasper take you on a journey through the culinary world. This feel-good podcast talks food in the most passionate way, touching on everything from beekeeping to wine and much more.
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Food Network Humor
For a good laugh, some heavy satire and the occasional bad word, check out the Food Network Humor podcast. Although they are currently on hiatus, you can download previous episodes that poke fun at all the Food Network celebrities and say the things we’ve all been thinking as we watch Ina and Paula in their kitchens.