Summary: Get all the Eat Feed podcasts in this single feed. In Season, Amuse-Bouche, and EF Midwest.
William Grimes of the New York Times talks about supper vs. dinner, the mysteries of the entree, and lots of other finds from historical New York menus
Tiffin boxes in Bristol England, Indian food delivery in the Bay Area, Cornish pasties in Michigan's UP
Charles Martell on Heirloom Plums from England and Julia Child's Birthday
Jay Selman of Grape Radio on home smoking tackling beef brisket and tips from Mia Littlejohn on what a good butcher can do for you
Steven Raichlen discusses the difference between barbecue and grilling plus styles and methods around the world
Brooke Dojny on food in Maine and Joe Carlin on the history of the clam plus clamshacks, clambakes, chowder houses, and lobster pounds
The Creamery at Pennsylvania State University and How to Host an Ice Cream Social
a jello revolution: creams, flummeries, champagne gelatin, and horseradish jello; medieval jellies, erotic jellies, and centuries of jellies in every shape, flavor, and color
The lowdown on 500 years of pastry terminology and the science behind baking with fat with guest Harold McGee
Roger Yepsen's new book, Berries, and easy entertaining with garden parties.
The first in a series of new shorts in which we serve up a new culinary term to listeners each month. From a la mode to zabaglione, these small bites tickle your tastebuds and enhance your foodie vocabulary.
Rose Levy Beranbaum on cakes and Nichola Fletcher on the history of wedding feasting
A Portuguese festival, street food around the Mediterranean, and a visit to a French market along with a review of Mangoes and Curry Leaves
Asparagus and Going Dutch on a Dinner Party
Easter candy for adults and celebrating a traditional Seder with stories and recipes