The conversations we should be having about our food and drink. Weekly on Hot Plate, craft beer and sensory expert Mirella Amato and chef-activist Joshna Maharaj turn over current trends, news, controversies, tastes, and tactics from the food and beverage world.
By Hot Plate
Hosts Collin Cranor, Jason Montero and Jeremy Troupe-Masi discuss the Livermore Valley, addressing the issues from the past, present and future. The goal of the podcast is to continue to steer the Livermore Valley towards regional maturity and get the word out about the many talented people in our industry who are pushing the envelope on quality and paving the way for the future.
By Through The Grapevine
Farm, Food, Facts offers CPGs, retailers, sustainability supply chain leaders and food trade media a central location to access weekly food and agriculture news and the opportunity to engage directly with a farmer or rancher in real-time about top questions surrounding sustainability and food production systems of the 21st Century. Agricultural thought leaders will also offer insights into today’s food trends and perceptions of farming practices.
Join actor Michael Grant Terry and Producer Josh Levy as they invite guests on their show from all walks of life to discuss the industry, food, and what it means to live and work in Los Angeles. What is "Second Meal"? - It is a film industry term for a break for the entire cast and crew. It’s not a formal sit down, but a loose meal on set in between memorizing lines, rigging lights and repositioning cameras. Cast and Crew take this time to enjoy a bit of food and conversation together before finishing up the day of work.
By Michael Grant Terry & Josh Levy
You like beer, and you like conversation, right? Of course you do. Pigweed and Crowhill review a beer (sometimes their own homebrews) and discuss issues of the day. They try to break down serious issues into bite-sized chunks, and add some humor when possible. But it's all in good fun. Just two pals chatting over a beer.
By Pigweed and Crowhill
Drinkin’ with Lincoln is a new podcast from WNIJ Northern Public Radio that looks at Abraham Lincoln’s life, land and legacy through the eyes of the people who know him best: Lincoln presenters (commonly known as Lincoln impersonators, a term many Lincoln presenters avoid). Each episode, a Lincoln presenter joins host Clint Cargile as he explores sites significant (and sometimes not-so-significant) to Abraham Lincoln’s life in Illinois. Then Clint and his guest Lincoln find the nearest brewpub or brewery to quaff a beer (sometimes two) so we can get to know the man behind the beard: where he comes from, why he does what he does, what makes him Lincoln.
By Clint Cargile
<p>From artists to architects, musicians to entrepreneurs, its places and its spaces and most of all, its food. That’s what makes a city 'special.’ Hosted by Minya Oh, a.k.a. “Miss Info,” we’re checking out six American cities to find out what gives them their unique flavor. In each episode, we’ll be guided by a local restaurateur, culminating with the special — a dish that is the manifestation of the city on a plate. BMW’s first ever X7 inspired “The Special,” by bringing together a new collaboration between two expert storytellers — The New York Times’s T Brand Studio and The Infatuation. Together, we examine culture and food in a way that only we can. Sponsored by BMW.</p>