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Have you ever been to a rousing dinner party when towards the end, you insist everyone gather round to watch a video on your phone? They agree because they’re your friends, but then they lean closer, they shh the others, because what they’re watching is...

On this episode Hetty McKinnon and I share a meal in her Brooklyn studio kitchen. Hetty’s an Australian cookbook author, columnist, creator and publisher of Peddler Magazine, and champion of nostalgic storytelling....

The Food Podcast is back to its usual programming, sharing personal stories through the lens of food. It’s a tapestry of a show, one where music, sensory experiences, sounds and voices are woven together to tell the guest’s story. ...

Welcome to Part Two of Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. In this episode, Australian writer Maggie MacKellar shares the flavours of her home on a Tasmanian merino wool sheep farm. Maggie begins with thoughts on...

Welcome to Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. We begin the series with a letter from Flore Vallery-Radot, or Flo, a French- Australian photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, workshop host, mother, wife, beekeeper and passionate cook. I asked Flo to tell me about...

“When you’re drinking tea you must always be polite to people, you don’t say anything disturbing, or discourteous, that goes with coffee.”  -Alexander McCall Smith, Episode 25 of The Food Podcast This is Alexander McCall Smith, but he says you can call him Sandy. He's our guest...

This is the lovely Claire Ptak, owner of Violet Bakery in London. Violet is a special place. It's where Claire and her baking team plays with flavour, embraces the seasons, forages in the neighbourhood and creates beautifully baked goods for the community. Violet is also a...

Tea Towels - every kitchen has them. Crumpled up in the back of the drawer. Ironed and stacked just so. Hanging over the oven door. Twisted through a cupboard handle. We dry our dishes with them. Our hands too. They're beautiful or plain. They serve...

  SEAWEED FOR THE PEOPLE! That’s what John and Kerryann Fitzgerald’s little girls cheered as they licked their carrageenan ice pops. John And Kerryann operate walk, talk and taste workshops on the Ring of Kerry - John guides the students along the shoreline; Kerryann serves up sea...

[caption id="attachment_1451" align="aligncenter" width="484"] Julia Turshen - Photo credit Gentl and Hyers[/caption] Julia's Website | Instagram | Twitter  Things we talk about in this episode: Litfest  - A Food and Drinks Literary Festival at Ballymaloe Julia's wife's post on Design Sponge that kicked it all off...

  Episode 19 Wooden Spoons, the backstory What’s the story behind your favourite wooden spoon? Where did it come from? Is it stained from use? Did you scorch it on the stove? What stories does it hold? On this episode we talk with Terron Dodd, wooden spoon...

I haven't been to a naked potluck. But I have been launched naked, by a pizza paddle, into a vat of bubbling mud. We all have our crazy naked stories. Some even involve food. Or kitchen tools. Oh dear, this is getting out of control. Let me explain. In the latest episode...