Summary: Get all the Eat Feed podcasts in this single feed. In Season, Amuse-Bouche, and EF Midwest.
Chef Tori Chastain gives Italian inspired ideas for cooking with beets and Professor Irwin Goldman's explains the essence of this misunderstood root.
Julia Roberson at Caviar Emptor on the environmental and political issues of caviar and Rachel Collins of Collins Caviar on selecting, serving and enjoying wild North American caviars
Ramps-A rare spring delicacy, the rampoin bellflower, or more commonly: ramps. Guest Richard De Wild of Harmony Valley Farm.
Parsnips-The surprise of parsnips for spring Guests: Cookbook author Aliza Green, Richard de Wild of Harmony Valley Farm, Hugh Manheim of Manheim Farms.
Ben Zimmer of Oxford Univ Press talks about a century of new food words and the social revolutions that spawned them.
Oysters while shellfish are at their best, and coming in from the cold with your favorite hot toddies.
Natalie MacLean pairs food and wine and Erin Ergenbright reads her essay Table for One.
The perfect autumn drink: Tom Oliver's artisanal perry from Herefordshire, England, theolivers.org.uk.
Andy Smith, editor of the Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink, talks about "American" food from Native Americans to diner slang.
Nancy Leeson goes "Knee Deep in Her Refrigerator" and we go behind the scenes with IKEA kitchens.
Andreas Viestad, host of New Scandinavian Cooking, celebrates crayfish season in Scandinavia.
Martin Amada of the Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts (SITA) introduces us to key ingredients and explains how and what to order when it comes to salads, noodles, and sweets.
25th Anniversary of the Silver Palate with Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins, and David Leite on the bittersweet achievement of being a supertaster.
Aliza Green on ideas for cooking with mint; celebrating foodie dads all season.
Joan Peterson, author of Eat Smart in Peru, introduces us to regional specialities and provides an introduction to ordering common food in the market or in a restaurant.