Summary: Get all the Eat Feed podcasts in this single feed. In Season, Amuse-Bouche, and EF Midwest.
Justin Spring-The Itty Bitty Kitchen Handbook for cooks in 21st century apartments launches us into a look at the kitchen through history and around the world.
Spring lamb and celebrating a food hero's birthday
Sauerkraut, sauerkraut, and more sauerkraut; listeners' favorite comfort food; eating through the winter on the 19th-century American frontier
The Chocolate Connoisseur by Chloe Doutre-Roussel and a different way to spend Mardi Gras with pancakes
What's Your Food Sign; Simply In Season cookbook review; the history of romantic French dining
braises, roasts, and casseroles; history of the TV dinner; book interviews: Lydie Marshall and Slow Cooked Comfort; Laura Shapiro and Something From the Oven
Winter citrus and Burns Night Supper
Las Posadas in Mexico, St. Lucia Day in Sweden, Hanukkah in Algeria and Iraq, and Hogmanay in Scotland. Recipes for Swedish gingerbread, spiced wine, and St. Lucia buns as well as Iraqi potatoes with cilantro and almond date balls.
Food games and trivia; cocoas, ports, and puddings; gifts from small farmers and for small farmers; homemade gifts from the kitchen
Delicious chocolate desserts, tips for the best pie crust, history of the cookie in America and a club devoted to British puddings, three new cookbooks and the great bakers behind them
Foraging for food in the woods south of London; tasting British regional cuisine; the Scotch Malt Whisky Society; recipes for Cullen Skink, Yorkshire Parkin, and Cornish Pasties
Whether you long for colonial inspirations, Victorian traditions, or 20th century innovations, this episode is your guide to a historically inspired meal. Guest: Sandy Oliver, co-author of Giving Thanks: Thanksgiving Recipes and History, from Pilgrims to Pumpkin Pie.
Cooking up the taste of the season: Pumpkins, Cranberries, Apples, Wild Rice, and great spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Step-by-step making caramel at home and a recipe for cranberry cream muffins.
500 years of Indian food from the Moghuls to the British; the globalization of Indian food in the 21st century; hot Indian restaurants in London and their secret recipes; Indian tea from Darjeeling to Assam. And don't forget the Walkers shortbread giveaway!
Feed gives away Walkers shortbread. Braised pork shoulder with grapes in a WWI crock; Rachel Laudan on Victory Gardens and post-war desserts; Jennifer Wilkins on food citizenship and food security; and your ideas for homefront drinks.