Thank you for listening to this podcast. As I learn more about wine, I find that the need to share that knowledge becomes greater with each passing day. I have been involved in technology for over 20 years, but found that my passion for wine and understanding its heritage goes far beyond comprehension. It is my hope that as my adventures with wine expand, my experiences and learning will inspire others to venture into the wonderful world of wine. Let the adventures begin!
By Jeffrey Howard
Marina and Ben bring you all the best from one of the world's most exciting, natural, and healthy cuisines. Cooking tips, tapas, recipes, travel, vino and much more from the Madrid-based Spanish/English couple that also bring you 'Notes from Spain' and 'Notes in Spanish'.
By Cuisine from Spain
Travel and taste with me as I tour North America with the circus continuing on my quest for the best mocha latte in the world. Each week will include interviews of really cool people that like coffee, highlights of each town's local coffee scene, as well as topics of coffee and circus interest.....this just might be the best 40 minutes of your week!
By Circus Boy Nathan
The First World Congress on Public Health Nutrition, global food information organisations shared their insights into consumer attitudes ````on nutrition information on food labels in different parts of the world.````This podcast debate is moderated by Dr. E. Tee Siong, President of the Nutrition Society of Malaysia (Malaysia) and Dr. Jonathan Back, ````Strategy and Analysis Unit, Health and Consumer Protection Directorate General (DG SANCO), European Commission (Belgium)
I am John Rhodes, author of Little Bird Told Me, an Avant Garde Podcast novel about the tragedy and Triumph of a hip couple and their achievement of modern enlightenment. I also have a poetry podcast at: http://mysticbabylon.podomatic.com .
By John F. Rhodes
Think Ebert & Roeper meet the Car Talk Brothers at Taco Bell. That's The Lunch Guys, the column by Tom James and Chris Tauber that's all about lunch. Every day at noon, we head out of cubicle land to find out what's for lunch at the national chains. We evaluate new items, revisit old standbys and, of course, hold food fights between rival lunches.
By Tom James and Chris Tauber