Cykick – Artist Profile On an acoustic quest, Cykick weaves an endless stream of lyrics taken from everyday life that roam through space, transporting listeners into the unexpected. Lyrics, vibes and moods subvert traditional notions of the Japanese language, creating one of a kind music that transcends genres to break through to a new state of mind. Cykick’s soul-wrenching live performances of overwhelming presence totally disarm and compel audiences.
The Maltercation on aleheads.com is a podcast solely dedicated to the world of beer… oh, and other stuff. Like sports. And movies. And cookies. We choose fun topics and yammer incessantly about the world\'s finest craft beers. Bottoms up!
By Slouch Sixpack
Gola is a podcast from food journalist Katie Parla and culinary historian Dr. Danielle Callegari about Italian food and how it connects to history, culture and society. Listen as Katie and Danielle break down the finer points of Italian food, culture, and Italian food culture. They'll take you along for the ride as they talk about buffalo mozzarella, 'nduja, nucillo (a.k.a. nocino) and more! Don't be scared if the subject of medieval witchcraft comes up. Go with it! Contact Katie and Danielle at email@example.com or send some cash to help them keep up the pod!: paypal.me/Golapod Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/gola/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/gola/support</a>
Ruminate, a nonprofit innovation lab, is digesting some Questionable Food. Community food leaders join us each week to discuss what they wish more folks were talking about. Each guest shares stories of their triumphs, struggles, and frustrations, with a focus on the ethics, equity, and environmental sustainability issues within our food system. As we move from community to community, we gain a closer look at the breadth of the American food experience. Hosted by Kara Kaminski-Killiany. Produced by Ryan Kaminski-Killiany. Research Assistance by Monika Krol.
Noche de whisky para disfrutar y reflexionar sobre actualidad, pasiones, crónicas y por supuesto, whisky.<br><br>Calendario de invitados:<br>3 de abril (pregrabada): Néstor Serenelli (La Alazana, Chubut)<br>14 de mayo: Dr. Eduardo Siqueira (Salud pública, UMass Boston)<br>21 de mayo: Verónica Tomaghelli (La dama del whisky, Buenos Aires)<br>28 de mayo: Carlos Gutierrez (Cinema Tropical, Nueva York)<br>4 de junio: Adán Calderón Sánchez (Sexy Fish Bar, Londres)<br>11 de junio: Fernando Ruíz Lorenzo (Artista plástico, Nueva York)<br>18 de junio: Perro Loco (Ingeniería en destilados, Buenos Aires)<br>25 de junio: Edición especial <br>2 de julio: Mariano Wechsler (Tecnología, Buenos Aires)<br>9 de julio: Emma Briones (Todo Whisky, Barcelona)<br>16 de julio: Alberto Vasallo, III (Boston y los medios, Boston)<br>23 de julio: Tito Whisky (Buenos Aires)<br>30 de julio: Edición especial<br>6 de agosto: Dr. Benjamín Arditi (UNAM, México)<br>13 de agosto: Hernán Padial (Whisky en Buenos Aires)<br>20 de agosto: Edición especial<br>27 de agosto: VACACIONES EN EL CAMPO<br>3 de septiembre: Andres Sanchez (Whisky Malt Colombia, Bogotá)<br>10 de septiembre: Arturo Savage (Johnnie Walker, República Dominicana)<br>17 de septiembre: Víctor Patiño (Bottles & Brothers, Ciudad de México)<br>24 de septiembre: Edición especial.<br>1 de octubre: Guillermo Arce (Valdespino, Cádiz, España)<br>8 de octubre: Iván Sanchez Torrijos y Eylon Israely (Los Whiskochos, Panamá)<br>15 de octubre: Manu Iturregi (Residence Cafe, Bilbao, España)<br>22 de octubre: Martin Bruno (Pernod Ricard, Argentina)<br>29 de octubre: Edición especial.
By Catador Itinerante
The Modern Waiter Restaurant Podcast is a place for discussions and interviews relating to the service industry that are relevant to both restaurant workers and guests. Have you ever wondered what your waiter or waitress is thinking? Have you ever wondered how a restaurant works behind the scenes? Perhaps you worked in the service industry and laughed while discovering that all restaurant employees are the same. We have all dined at restaurants many times. The Modern Waiter Podcast helps restaurant patrons enjoy their experience by giving them a look behind the industry curtain. “I want to show the world that a career in the restaurant business can be a legitimate profession.” - Marlon Joseph, Host of The Premier Restaurant Podcast. Restaurant guest, managers, chefs, waiters and waitresses are all represented well by this show.
By Marlon Joseph | Restaurant-Podcast
<p>Welcome to the new podcast from Wines of South Africa (WOSA). Each episode we talk to a selection of winemakers, winery owners, and other members of South Africa's wine industry to learn more about South African wine. We also get a sommelier's perspective on the wines. Each episode has a theme, be it a region, grape variety, wine style, or some other aspect of the country's vibrant wine scene. South Africa has been making wine for over 360 years; with over 500 wine cellars and myriad different regions, there's plenty to explore.</p><br><p>WOSA is a not-for-profit, levy-funded organization which promotes the export of all South African wine in key international markets. The podcast is hosted by WOSA USA Marketing Manager Jim Clarke.</p><br><p>You can find out more information about WOSA and South African wine at our websites, <a href="wosa.co.za" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">wosa.co.za</a> and <a href="wosa.us" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">wosa.us</a>.</p><br><hr><p style="color:grey;font-size:0.75em;"> See <a style="color:grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>
By Jim Clarke