Part of Portafilter.net, a blog by and for coffee professionals. This podcast is a look inside the seedy world of the new generation of specialty coffee professionals: baristas, roasters, etc. If you're a barista, coffee professional, or if you're a coffee-lover who's ready for the "red pill," take a listen. Hosted by Nicholas Cho from "murky coffee," Washington DC, and Jay Caragay from "Jay's Shave Ice and Hawaiian Coffee" in Timonium, Maryland. Summary last modified 8/21/2005.
We're the East Coast Wine Geeks. We come from a variety of business backgrounds, but on weekend nights, we use our time and talent to taste and review wines, eat good food, and provide a running commentary on the state of the world. We're a bunch of geeks from a small western Pennsylvania town, not professional wine critics. Your opinion is as good as ours, but ours is funnier
By East Coast Wine Geeks
Each week, Jeanne Benedict, popular author and host of DIY Network's TV show Weekend Entertaining, gives great ideas for hip holidays, parties, cooking, crafts, vintage finds and vogue styles in how-to videos that are 5 minutes or less. Got 5 minutes...Get an idea!
The Lautering Bytes crew talk about the newest and oldest video games while pairing them up with different foods as well as beers, wines, and other beverages each podcast. Listen as we ramble on incoherently (yet informatively) about life, the universe, video games, and everything else while giving you an education on the world of food and beverages.
Join host Jennifer Iannolo as she explores a world of sensual delights filled with flavor, aroma and texture -- and takes on "trendy food" with a heaping tablespoon of sass. Find out what some of the world's most renowned chefs think about food, philosophy and culinary swooning. Food Philosophy is a production of The Gilded Fork.
By Jennifer Iannolo
Gracieâ€™s Kitchen was created out of many years of the desire to share with you and express my love for cooking the Caribbean Food which I was taught by a couple of Old timers in the Cayman Islands and my Mom, who all took the time out of their busy schedules to teach me the art of preparing the Caribbean Cuisine. Thank you Ladies for sharing these with me. Scrumptious dishes such as Conch Stew, Conch Fritters, Fish Run Down, Turtle Stew, Turtle Steak, and Pepper Pot Soup. Pumpkin Soup, Salads, Vegetable dishes and much more. So I here I am sharing them with you â€“ the method may be slightly different to the way some people prepare them, but these are authentic and just as delicious.