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Pappy Jul 31, 2009 11:00 AM

Sorry, I am just catching up with the rest of the world and recently bought myself an IPod.

I thought food/restaurant/cooking related podcasts would be a much more enjoyable way to spend an hour at the gym, instead of having to bear another hour of CNBC. However, when I searched this topic, I couldn't find any posts in the last couple of years.

Do any CHs have any favorite "chow" podcasts that they listen to?/ Could you share them?

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    newbatgirl Aug 2, 2009 04:13 PM

    I listen to:
    The Splendid Table
    The Restaurant Guys
    KCRW's Good Food

    All are available on Itunes.

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      toveggiegirl Aug 2, 2009 05:49 PM

      I like all of those as well (all available on iTunes):
      On The Menu
      WOR - Food Talk with Michael Colameco
      WLRN | Food News and Views
      TBO Food Audio
      Mouthful Podcast
      ReMARKable Chef
      Eat Feed
      My Next Meal
      Food and Wine Talk
      NPR: Food Podcast

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        tofuburrito Aug 3, 2009 04:52 PM

        Free Culinary School is my favorite

        1. re: toveggiegirl
          Emmmily Aug 3, 2009 05:16 PM

          NPR's food podcast is sporadic but great. Same with their 'Kitchen Sisters' one.

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            toveggiegirl Aug 4, 2009 04:28 AM

            Yes, that one is called NPR: Hidden Kitchens. I don't think they've made new ones of in a long time but they recently made the old episodes available on iTunes. Can you tell I'm a little obsessed with food podcasts??!?
            And the show that I refered to as ReMARKable Chef is actually called ReMARKarble Palate. Oops!

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              Velda Mae Aug 4, 2009 09:31 AM

              I just heard the Kitchen Sisters as part of an NPR Food podcast a few weeks ago. I learned about The Dinner Party Download while listening to The Splendid Table and find that enjoyable as well. If you like cheese, Cheese by Hand is worth a listen, though every cheesemaker seems to have the same story about challenge, starting up, etc.

              1. re: toveggiegirl
                Emmmily Aug 4, 2009 06:37 PM

                Kitchen Sisters took some time off, but just recently a new episode showed up on my ipod (i have them download automatically), so perhaps they're back? Here's hoping!

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                  markabauman Aug 4, 2009 06:57 PM

                  Culinary Institute of America
                  Simply Ming
                  The Minimalist (Mark Bittman)
                  Wine Spectator
                  Natalie Decants
                  Cook's Illustrated
                  like many podcasts, some are regular, others sporadic as to when they are posted.

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                    toveggiegirl Aug 4, 2009 07:17 PM

                    Are those all videos?

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                      markabauman Aug 4, 2009 07:23 PM

                      I believe most of those I listed are video. Nat Decants is audio. CIA has an instructional video series; they also have audio only interviews with famous alums-mostly a marketing tool to attract students, but they can be interesting to listen to.
                      Most of the ones listed by others above (Splendid Table, et al, are audio).

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                        toveggiegirl Aug 6, 2009 05:57 PM

                        I thought so. I prefer audio podcasts because I can listen to them while I am out and about doing other things. I'll have to check out Nat Decants; it's the only one I haven't heard of thus far. Thanks. :-)

                  2. re: Emmmily
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                    toveggiegirl Aug 6, 2009 05:55 PM

                    Unfortunately, the Kitchen Sisters just seem to rereleasing old episodes.
                    Two other podcasts I enjoy (but forgot to mention previously) are The City Cook and Authors' Answers Series from Leite's Culinaria.

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                      toveggiegirl Aug 9, 2009 04:43 AM

                      I found a new podcast. It's WHYY's A Chef's Table. I've only heard two episodes but I think it is going to be a favourite.

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