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An Edible Communities Podcast Eat, Drink, Think, is a podcast brought to you by Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines published across the US and Canada. We celebrate all things local and sustainable in the food world.

An Edible Communities Podcast Eat, Drink, Think, is a podcast brought to you by Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines published across the US and Canada. We celebrate all things local and sustainable in the food world.

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United States

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An Edible Communities Podcast Eat, Drink, Think, is a podcast brought to you by Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines published across the US and Canada. We celebrate all things local and sustainable in the food world.

Language:

English

Contact:

4153223615


Episodes

Sustainable Beef with Panorama Organic Meats and the National Audubon Society

4/29/2021
Today I'm talking with Kay Cornelius, a fourth generation rancher and the new general manager at Panorama Organic as well as Marshall Johnson, vice president of Audubon's conservation ranching initiative. And before you go shopping for your sustainable grass fed beef, you'll definitely want to hear my conversation with Marilyn Noble, a food writer and recipe developer with special expertise in cooking grass fed beef. But first, Kay's here to talk birds, beef, and what it's like to be a woman...

Duration:00:40:21

Episode 11

9/6/2019
In this episode, we've got an interview with writer Genevieve Morgan. She's here to talk more about her article, Survival Gardening: One Foot at a Timein Edible Maine. And then we have a conversation with Jesse Hawkins about The Mocktail Projectas featured in Mocktails Grow Upin Edible Lousiville and Bluegrass. Recommended recipe: Refrigerator Radish Picklesfrom Edible Capital District.

Duration:00:34:14

Episode 10

8/23/2019
In this episode, we've got an interview with writer Kate Washington about California's burgeoning coffee farms. She's here to talk more about her article, Black Gold. And then we have a conversation with Leslie Jonath, author of the cookbook Feed Your People, and the creator of a collection of new regional books called The Little Local Series.

Duration:00:27:20

Episode 9

8/9/2019
This week, we talk to Boston-based entrepreneur Erin Baumgartner bout her company, Family Dinner. Listen to learn more about the innovative meal kit/CSA hybrid. And then we’ve got an interview with author Ronna Welsh (above) about her inspired new cookbook, The Nimble Chef. You might need to hear what Ronna has to say about how to free yourself from the shackles of meal planning.

Duration:00:38:00

Episode 8

7/24/2019
Edible Orlando publisher Kendra Lott explains why you should explore the city beyond the Magic Kingdom on your next Disney vacation. We've got an interview with journalist Virginia Sole-Smith about her book The Eating Instinct. She’ll also tell me what’s bugging her about food writer and famous locavore Michael Pollan.

Duration:00:34:35

Episode 7

7/10/2019
We talk to Melissa Clark (NY Times) about the gadget she thinks could be the next Instapot. And farmer Charlie Tennessen weighs in on why you should buy fresh local wheat.

Duration:00:35:25

Episode 6

3/26/2019
Sarah Henry on how #MeToo is playing out in San Francisco. She covers both the problems and the potential solutions, with a focus on what restaurants can do to make change happen and make restaurants safer for all workers. In Boston, a small company called Cask Force is aging quality maple syrup in barrels to create complex layers of flavor that rise above the level of pancakes.

Duration:00:34:38

Episode 5

3/26/2019
At Tiger Corner farm in South Carolina, you’ll see repurposed shipping containers and a growing operation that relies on cutting edge technology. Felicia Campbell's resume is more colorful than most. One of her first jobs was as a soldier in the US army in Iraq. She went on to write a cookbook, The Food of Oman: Recipes and Stories from the Gateway to Arabia.

Duration:00:27:28

Episode 4

3/26/2019
Later this year, “Temporary Protected Status,” a special status granted to people from certain countries, will end for people from El Salvador. Edible Queens contributor Salvador Espinoza covers this story in his article Politics and Pupusas. Sonja Overhiser is a writer and recipe developer focused on easy, healthy home cooking. Her cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking was one of our favorites from last year.

Duration:00:33:45

Episode 3

3/26/2019
Forward-thinking restaurants are now working on getting rid of another all-too-common plastic: Straws. And there’s really just one Edible that can claim coffee as a truly local product: Edible Hawaiian Islands.

Duration:00:27:19

Episode 2

3/26/2019
Emily Peterson definitely knows a few things about how meal planning can make even a busy life more a lot more tasty and a little less crazy. Marissa McClellan's fourth book, The Food in Jars Kitchen has more than 100 recipes to help you use up those ingredients in your homemade pantry.

Duration:00:40:19

Episode 1

3/26/2019
We’re visiting California wine country for a talk with Jennifer Reichardt of Raft Wine. Then, we’re headed to DC to talk to Bonnie Benwick, deputy food editor and recipe editor at The Washington Post. We’ll have a conversation about last year’s surprising bestselling cookbook.

Duration:00:36:09

Edible Potluck

3/26/2019
Edible Potluck is a podcast from Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines across the US and Canada dedicated to celebrating local, sustainable food. We talk about eating in restaurants, finding great ingredients, and the fine art and mad scramble that is home cooking. Subscribe for big ideas, little actions, and fresh trends that affect your own local food choices, no matter where you live. Follow @EdibleCommunities on Instagram for show news and more. Hosted by...

Duration:00:01:24