Straight talk about your beer journey, not a straight line. With a wide range of episodes featuring tasting notes, special guests and on-location coverage, the Craft Beer Compass Podcast delivers something for everyone in the craft beer community, regardless of where you’re at in your craft beer journey. New episodes are released twice each week and are hosted by Joel Kennedy, a Certified Beer Server through the Cicerone program. A complete archive of past episodes is available at craftbeercompass.com.
By Joel Kennedy
Hosted by freelance film critic (MSN, IndieWire, The Toronto Star, etc.) James Rocchi, The Lunch is a podcast that every week features a new critic or creator in the world of Pop Culture and Film, with the podcast recorded after a mid-day meal, with where and what was eaten covered in the lat moments of the show. Perfect for your lunch break, and as civilized a discussion of the lively arts as one could ask for, The Lunch is designed to be your favorite place for discussions of movies, L.A. restaurants and much more.
By James Rocchi
Earth Table Body is about encouraging you to simply enjoy food – to enjoy the simplicity of preparing a good meal and reap the health benefits from making simple choices. My philosophy is that you don't need to know how to make specific dishes; instead, you just need the knowledge about how to create just a few combinations to create many different dishes. I'm here to share my philosophy and liberate you from unhealthy and unsatisfying processed foods, and over-priced restaurants!!
By Eric Backer
The 4 Blades is the place to bring the best Thermomix / Bimby recipes, ideas and blog posts from around the planet, and deliver them to you in an easy-to-access and easy-to-use manner. We are passionate about food and celebration – and we think that the Thermomix just makes those things so much easier. Join with us as we share some of our best finds from the internet, interviews with lovers of food and celebration and package them together for you in delicious morsels.
By Rebecca & Joe Winston
Welcome to the wonderful world of Charcuterie, the culinary art that takes extremity cuts and turns them into gastronomic gold. By understanding the effect salt, smoke and time have on meat, chef's are able to utilize every part of the animal, showing greater respect for the life taken so that we might eat meat.<br> <br> Originally developed to store meats before modern refrigeration, charcuterie is still alive and well for one simple reason: it is absolutely delicious! <br> <br> To post questions or comments for a specific video, or for more information, you can visit out Charcuterie Show Notes Index at: http://www.stellaculinary.com/hcc