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Last update: 2011-12-07

Eat Feed 106: Four Ways of Looking at an Apple

2011-12-07 :: Anne Bramley

Apples: historical, sociological, botanical, political.…

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Eat Feed 105: Food and Memory

2011-11-23 :: Anne Bramley

The women who feed us and the food that makes us who we are.…

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Eat Feed 104: The Lost Art of Real Cooking

2011-10-18 :: Anne Bramley

Ken Albala on truly tasting the past by making it yourself…

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Eat Feed 103: Not Your Mother's Casserole

2011-05-03 :: Anne Bramley

Faith Durand revitalizes a classic dish with the same flare she brings to Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn …

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Eat Feed 102: Roots

2011-03-10 :: Anne Bramley

nutritious potatoes, carrots, parsnips and beets - and making them interesting to kids - with Meal Makeover Moms' Janice Newell Bissex…

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Eat Feed 101: Fat Tuesday Icelandic Style

2011-03-07 :: Anne Bramley

Nanna Rögnvaldardóttir on winter holidays Bolludagur (Bun Day) and Sprengidagur (Bursting Day)…

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Eat Feed 101: Fat Tuesday Icelandic Style

2011-03-07 :: Anne Bramley

Nanna Rögnvaldardóttir on winter holidays Bolludagur (Bun Day) and Sprengidagur (Bursting Day)…

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Eat Feed 100: Fresh Welsh for St. David's Day

2011-02-28 :: Anne Bramley

Welsh food writer, broadcaster, and cookery school owner on artisanal cheeses, salt marsh lamb, fresh seafood, and the best cakes and breads. And especially leeks for St. David's Day!.…

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Eat Feed 100: Fresh Welsh for St. David's Day

2011-02-28 :: Anne Bramley

Welsh food writer, broadcaster, and cookery school owner on artisanal cheeses, salt marsh lamb, fresh seafood, and the best cakes and breads. And especially leeks for St. David's Day!.…

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Eat Feed 99: Eat Britannia!

2010-05-01 :: Anne Bramley

Eccentricities and epicurean delights from past shows on British food.…

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Eat Feed 98: Asparagus

2010-04-13 :: Anne Bramley

Bill Laws, author of Spade, Skirret and Parsnip-The Curious History of Vegetables, on history, cooking, and growing.…

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Eat Feed 97: Braising

2010-01-16 :: Anne Bramley

Molly Stevens, author of the award-winning kitchen classic All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking.…

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Eat Feed 96: Beets

2010-01-15 :: Anne Bramley

Chef Tori Chastain gives Italian inspired ideas for cooking with beets and Professor Irwin Goldman's explains the essence of this misunderstood root.…

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Eat Feed 71: Caviar

2009-12-26 :: Anne Bramley

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.…

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Eat Feed 22: April in Season

2009-04-05 :: Anne Bramley

Ramps-A rare spring delicacy, the rampoin bellflower, or more commonly: ramps. Guest Richard De Wild of Harmony Valley Farm.…

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Eat Feed 21: March in Season

2009-03-31 :: Anne Bramley

Parsnips-The surprise of parsnips for spring Guests: Cookbook author Aliza Green, Richard de Wild of Harmony Valley Farm, Hugh Manheim of Manheim Farms.…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 16

2009-01-01 :: Anne Bramley

Ben Zimmer of Oxford Univ Press talks about a century of new food words and the social revolutions that spawned them.…

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Now Serving 4

2008-01-17 :: Eat Feed and Leite's Culinaria

Natalie MacLean pairs food and wine and Erin Ergenbright reads her essay Table for One.…

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Eat Feed 20: January in Season

2008-01-17 :: Anne Bramley

Oysters while shellfish are at their best, and coming in from the cold with your favorite hot toddies.…

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Eat Feed 19: October in Season

2007-10-27 :: Anne Bramley

The perfect autumn drink: Tom Oliver's artisanal perry from Herefordshire, England, theolivers.org.uk.…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 15

2007-10-26 :: Anne Bramley

Andy Smith, editor of the Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink, talks about "American" food from Native Americans to diner slang.…

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Now Serving 3

2007-10-24 :: Eat Feed and Leite's Culinaria

Nancy Leeson goes "Knee Deep in Her Refrigerator" and we go behind the scenes with IKEA kitchens.…

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Eat Feed 18: August in Season

2007-08-17 :: Anne Bramley

Andreas Viestad, host of New Scandinavian Cooking, celebrates crayfish season in Scandinavia.…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 14

2007-08-14 :: Anne Bramley

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.…

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Now Serving 2

2007-08-03 :: Eat Feed and Leite's Culinaria

25th Anniversary of the Silver Palate with Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins, and David Leite on the bittersweet achievement of being a supertaster.…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 13

2007-06-29 :: Anne Bramley

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.…

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Eat Feed 17: June in Season

2007-06-29 :: Anne Bramley

Aliza Green on ideas for cooking with mint; celebrating foodie dads all season.…

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Now Serving 1

2007-06-13 :: Eat Feed and Leite's Culinaria

Anne Bramley talks with Jacques Pepin and Alissa Altman, from Leite's Culinaria, gets philosophical about New England grillers.…

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Eat Feed Midwest 5

2007-05-28 :: Anne Bramley

Spring rhubarb, foraging for dinner, Indiana tastes great.…

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Eat Feed 16: May in Season

2007-05-24 :: Anne Bramley

Undiscovered deliciousness with watercress and entertaining farmers' markets…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 12

2007-05-23 :: Anne Bramley

Sebastien Cannon from The French Pastry school with an introduction to everything you need to know to navigate the French pastisserie.…

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Eat Feed Midwest 4

2007-04-25 :: Anne Bramley

Wisconsin cafes, favorite eateries around the Midwest, and the secrets of Waukesha waters…

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Eat Feed 15: April in Season

2007-04-07 :: Anne Bramley

Easter, Symbolic, delicious eggs and feasting for Shakespeare's birthday…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 11

2007-03-29 :: Anne Bramley

Laura Werlin, cheese expert and author of several books on the subject, explains 8 key cheese styles, cheesemaking terminology, and suggestions for what you need to know to make good decisions at the cheese counter.…

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Eat Feed Midwest 3

2007-03-27 :: Anne Bramley

Roast lamb and artisanal sheep milk cheese for Easter and the early days of food on the radio…

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Eat Feed 14: March in Season

2007-03-21 :: Anne Bramley

Matzoh in the Southern US and celebrating the rites of spring…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 10

2007-02-25 :: Anne Bramley

Bridgette Thorpe of the Matterhorn Restaurant puts you in the know for a later winter meal with explanations of fondue styles and equipment as well as setting the record straight on a few myths and traditions.…

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Eat Feed Midwest 2

2007-02-25 :: Anne Bramley

Eating locally in winter, Horlick's, Korean food in Chicago…

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Eat Feed Amuse-Bouche 9

2007-02-12 :: Anne Bramley

Marty Christy of seventypercent.com on beans, percentages, plantations, and ingredients.…

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Eat Feed 13: February in Season

2007-02-02 :: Anne Bramley

Tamales for Candelaria and an alternative Mardi Gras…

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Eat Feed 12: January in Season

2007-01-30 :: Anne Bramley

Aquavit for a cold winter night and Victorian skating party…

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Eat Feed Midwest 1

2007-01-22 :: Anne Bramley

Culinary diversity in Chicago; artisanal prosciutto and Michigan wine, Wisconsin butter, Ari Weinzweig from Zingerman's, Terese Allen, and Greg Christian…

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Eat Feed 70: Amuse-Bouche

2006-12-31 :: Anne Bramley

Understanding our favorite baked goods.…

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Eat Feed 69: Amuse-Bouche

2006-12-27 :: Anne Bramley

Karen MacNeil on sparkling wine, champagne, cava, and more…

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Eat Feed 68: December Rumblings

2006-12-24 :: Anne Bramley

Dorie Greenspan and Baking: From My Home to Yours and look back at the food trends of 2006…

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Eat Feed 67: December in Season

2006-12-18 :: Anne Bramley

Stilton for the holidays and a winter buffet in white…

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Eat Feed 66: The Gift of Food

2006-12-14 :: Anne Bramley

Our gift show with ideas off the beaten path to bring tastes of the past into your kitchen today.…

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Eat Feed 65: November Rumblings

2006-11-27 :: Anne Bramley

Nigel Slater and Kitchen Diaries, David Leite on food publishing, and Sandy Oliver on food history…

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Eat Feed 64: Eating Wild

2006-11-17 :: Anne Bramley

Nichola Fletcher on her venison farm and the history of venison and Ken Albala on game in Renaissance Europe…

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Eat Feed 63: November in Season

2006-11-04 :: Anne Bramley

Cooking with chestnuts and a hosting Baking Potluck…

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Eat Feed 62: Amuse-Bouche: Talking Turkey

2006-11-04 :: Anne Bramley

Andy Smith, author of The Turkey: An American Story…

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Eat Feed 61: Food for the Death of the Season

2006-10-20 :: Anne Bramley

Katie Hill on the history of Halloween and Claudia Alarcon on Day of the Dead today…

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Eat Feed 60: October Rumblings

2006-10-15 :: Anne Bramley

Marcus Samuelson and The Soul of a New Cuisine, trends from around the globe, food history news…

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Eat Feed 59: October in Season

2006-10-06 :: Anne Bramley

JK Scrumpy cider and a pumpkin-inspired menus…

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Eat Feed 58: Amuse-Bouche: Course

2006-09-29 :: Anne Bramley

Ronnie Cummins, the National Director of the Organic Consumers Association, on organic, grass fed, free range, and more terms to help you navigate the grocery store.…

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Eat Feed 57: From Vine to Wine

2006-09-22 :: Anne Bramley

Cameron Hughes wines, Maria Sinskey on cooking with grapes, and Tom Standage on the history of wine…

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Eat Feed 56: September in Season

2006-09-18 :: Anne Bramley

The End of the Line by Charles Clover and a Medieval Michaelmas goose…

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Eat Feed 55: Amuse-Bouche: Courses

2006-09-04 :: Anne Bramley

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…

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Eat Feed 54: Portable Food

2006-08-22 :: Anne Bramley

Tiffin boxes in Bristol England, Indian food delivery in the Bay Area, Cornish pasties in Michigan's UP…

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Eat Feed 53: August in Season

2006-08-10 :: Anne Bramley

Charles Martell on Heirloom Plums from England and Julia Child's Birthday…

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Eat Feed 52: Meat

2006-08-04 :: Anne Bramley

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…

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Eat Feed 51: Amuse-Bouche: Barbecue

2006-07-27 :: Anne Bramley

Steven Raichlen discusses the difference between barbecue and grilling plus styles and methods around the world…

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Eat Feed 50: Seafood at the Seaside

2006-07-25 :: Anne Bramley

Brooke Dojny on food in Maine and Joe Carlin on the history of the clam plus clamshacks, clambakes, chowder houses, and lobster pounds…

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Eat Feed 49: July in Season

2006-07-21 :: Anne Bramley

The Creamery at Pennsylvania State University and How to Host an Ice Cream Social…

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Eat Feed 48: The Secret Life of Gelatin

2006-07-10 :: Anne Bramley

a jello revolution: creams, flummeries, champagne gelatin, and horseradish jello; medieval jellies, erotic jellies, and centuries of jellies in every shape, flavor, and color…

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Eat Feed 47: Amuse Bouche

2006-07-05 :: Anne Bramley

The lowdown on 500 years of pastry terminology and the science behind baking with fat with guest Harold McGee…

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Eat Feed 46: June in Season

2006-06-15 :: Anne Bramley

Roger Yepsen's new book, Berries, and easy entertaining with garden parties.…

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Eat Feed 45: Amuse Bouche

2006-06-13 :: Anne Bramley

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.…

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Eat Feed 44: Wedding Feasts

2006-06-08 :: Anne Bramley

Rose Levy Beranbaum on cakes and Nichola Fletcher on the history of wedding feasting…

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Eat Feed 43: Street Food

2006-06-06 :: Anne Bramley

A Portuguese festival, street food around the Mediterranean, and a visit to a French market along with a review of Mangoes and Curry Leaves…

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Eat Feed 41: April in Season

2006-04-28 :: Anne Bramley

Asparagus and Going Dutch on a Dinner Party…

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Eat Feed 40: Rites of Spring

2006-04-12 :: Anne Bramley

Easter candy for adults and celebrating a traditional Seder with stories and recipes…

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Eat Feed 42: The Kitchen

2006-04-06 :: Anne Bramley

Justin Spring-The Itty Bitty Kitchen Handbook for cooks in 21st century apartments launches us into a look at the kitchen through history and around the world.…

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Eat Feed 39: March in Season

2006-03-29 :: Anne Bramley

Spring lamb and celebrating a food hero's birthday…

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Eat Feed 38: Comfort Food

2006-02-28 :: Anne Bramley

Sauerkraut, sauerkraut, and more sauerkraut; listeners' favorite comfort food; eating through the winter on the 19th-century American frontier…

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Eat Feed 37: February in Season

2006-02-20 :: Anne Bramley

The Chocolate Connoisseur by Chloe Doutre-Roussel and a different way to spend Mardi Gras with pancakes…

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Eat Feed 36: The Romance of Food

2006-02-14 :: Anne Bramley

What's Your Food Sign; Simply In Season cookbook review; the history of romantic French dining…

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Eat Feed 35: Dinner from the Oven

2006-02-04 :: Anne Bramley

braises, roasts, and casseroles; history of the TV dinner; book interviews: Lydie Marshall and Slow Cooked Comfort; Laura Shapiro and Something From the Oven…

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Eat Feed 34: January in Season

2006-01-22 :: Anne Bramley

Winter citrus and Burns Night Supper…

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Eat Feed 33: Global Celebrations

2006-01-01 :: Anne Bramley

Las Posadas in Mexico, St. Lucia Day in Sweden, Hanukkah in Algeria and Iraq, and Hogmanay in Scotland. Recipes for Swedish gingerbread, spiced wine, and St. Lucia buns as well as Iraqi potatoes with cilantro and almond date balls.…

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Eat Feed 32: The Gifted Cook

2005-12-13 :: Anne Bramley

Food games and trivia; cocoas, ports, and puddings; gifts from small farmers and for small farmers; homemade gifts from the kitchen…

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Eat Feed 31: A Baker's Dozen

2005-12-04 :: Anne Bramley

Delicious chocolate desserts, tips for the best pie crust, history of the cookie in America and a club devoted to British puddings, three new cookbooks and the great bakers behind them…

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Eat Feed 30: The British Countryside

2005-11-16 :: Anne Bramley

Foraging for food in the woods south of London; tasting British regional cuisine; the Scotch Malt Whisky Society; recipes for Cullen Skink, Yorkshire Parkin, and Cornish Pasties…

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Eat Feed 29: Thanksgiving

2005-11-08 :: Anne Bramley

Whether you long for colonial inspirations, Victorian traditions, or 20th century innovations, this episode is your guide to a historically inspired meal. Guest: Sandy Oliver, co-author of Giving Thanks: Thanksgiving Recipes and History, from Pilgrims to Pumpkin Pie.…

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Eat Feed 28: Autumn Harvest

2005-10-22 :: Anne Bramley

Cooking up the taste of the season: Pumpkins, Cranberries, Apples, Wild Rice, and great spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Step-by-step making caramel at home and a recipe for cranberry cream muffins.…

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Eat Feed 27: A Culinary Passage to India

2005-10-15 :: Anne Bramley

500 years of Indian food from the Moghuls to the British; the globalization of Indian food in the 21st century; hot Indian restaurants in London and their secret recipes; Indian tea from Darjeeling to Assam. And don't forget the Walkers shortbread giveaway!…

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Eat Feed 26: Food on the Homefront

2005-10-06 :: Anne Bramley

Feed gives away Walkers shortbread. Braised pork shoulder with grapes in a WWI crock; Rachel Laudan on Victory Gardens and post-war desserts; Jennifer Wilkins on food citizenship and food security; and your ideas for homefront drinks.…

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Eat Feed 25: A Moveable Feast

2005-09-20 :: Anne Bramley

Russell Cronkhite and his cookbook A Return to Family Picnics, menus for autumn picnic, tailgate party, or outdoor meal of cordon bleu subs; Robin Campbell and Mary Ellen Hern-history American picnics; Tim Elliot picnic wine…

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Eat Feed 24: Preserving the Past

2005-09-10 :: Anne Bramley

Making the most of today's bounty by storing it for the future. Sue Shephard's Pickled, Potted, and Canned; June Taylor and her amazing historically-inspired line of preserves; and Tim Elliott from Winecast on wine as the preserved grape.…

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Eat Feed 23: Revolutionary Taste

2005-08-30 :: Anne Bramley

The tastes, trends, food, and fads that have revolutionized the way we eat: exploration, the printing press, ice, measuring cups, organic awareness, ancient grains, cooking at home, small farms, and even more big ideas. Sherri Brooks Vinto's The Real Food Revival; the country's first Curator of American Culinary History, Jan Longone; and Mark Prince from the Coffee Geek Podcast.…

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Eat Feed 22: Fresh from the Field

2005-08-18 :: Anne Bramley

A late-summer harvest of Iowa corn, historic tomatoes, and fruit-filled drinks; Jeremy Jackson's The Cornbread Book, Andy Smith's The Tomato in America, and Sandy Oliver on the colonial beverage called shrub…

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Eat Feed 21: A Culinary Independence: Jefferson for July 4th

2005-07-03 :: Anne Bramley

Discussions of the cookbook Dining at Monticello: In Good Taste and Abundance; Jefferson's vanilla ice cream recipe; tomatoes, winter wheat, and pastured beef; the culinary and cooking innovations of the third US president.…

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Eat Feed 20: The Flavors and Foods of Hawaii

2005-06-28 :: Anne Bramley

Poi, pineapple, and poke. Fresh fish, exotic fruits, and traditions and trends in the Pacific Rim culinary world. Hawaii Regional Cuisine and island farmers markets. Interviews with food writer, Joan Namkoong, and chef, Peter Merriman.…

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Eat Feed 19: Ice Cream Through the Ages

2005-06-08

Coffee ice cream, tea ice cream, marmalade ice cream, Thomas Jefferson's vanilla ice cream, even artichoke and Parmesan ice cream. Ice cream molded like a peach and ice cream painted like a fish. Sabatieres and hand crank machines. Ice cream socials and ice cream parlors. And the author of Ice Cream: The Ultimate in Cold Comfort.…

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The Art of Breakfast

2005-06-01

Tasting the forgotten meal of the day: blue, green, and even purple free-range eggs from Fickle Creek Farm; tasting the best bacon with the blogger Bacontarian; putting it all together with Maryana Vollstedt and her Big Book of Breakfast; recipes for Sticky Bun French Toast and Brunch Bake…

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Naples in New York

2005-05-18

)Owner Giovanni Iovine and Executive Chef Giuliano Materese from New York's Borgo Antico restaurant; Italian wine recs with Tim Elliot of Winecast; pre-anouncing our summer Farmer's Market recipe contest.…

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Food and Philosophy on the Left Coast

2005-05-18

Design and create your own vintage at Crushpad Winery in San Francisco; artisanal cheeses from California at the Cheese Board Collective; kid's meals redesigned by Ecoliteracy.…

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The French Flavors of Cinco de Mayo

2005-04-20

French food in 19th century Mexico; the battle between Mexican corn and Spanish wheat; and homemade sour cream for your Cinqo de Mayo feast.…

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Mediterranean Seder

2005-04-20

Spain, Italy, and Greece on the Passover Table; author Joyce Goldstein; Kosher wine recommendations for the Holiday.…

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Tastes of Vermont

2005-04-19

Claudia Clark of Moosewood Hollow creates an innovative twist on maple syrup; Thomas Christopher Greene takes us into the pages of fictional foodie Vermont with the novel I'll Never Be Long Gone…

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Gastronomic Georgian England

2005-04-08

the curious world of flummery and syllabub, dinner with William Wordsworth, an ice cream craze, and 18th-century celebrity chefs.…

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Eating and Drinking to Save the World

2005-04-01

Drinking beer and eating chocolate to save the world. Growing your own and eating the landscape.…

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Easter

2005-03-23

leg of lamb with roasted vegetables and the perfect wines to go with it plus Bill Niman from Niman Ranch, the secret life of home-schooled chickens, and paring knife reviews…

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ireland

2005-03-16

recipes from Ballymaloe Cookery School, smoked salmon from Woodcock Smokery, and artisanal cheese from Gubbeen, as well as beer recs for St. Patrick's Day…

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Soup

2005-02-25

soup cookbooks, vegetarian soups, soups from Zimbabwe and inspired by Mexico; plus recipes and how-to's for homebrews…

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Scandinavia

2005-02-16

New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad, wine pairings with Tim Elliot of Winecast, shopping for kitchens and food at Ikea, Viking-strength spirits…

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Chicago

2005-02-09

The Culinary Low-Down on Chi-Town
The tastes of Chicago: Windy City hot dogs a.k.a. Garden on a Bun, Polish home cooking, stuffed pizza on a soapbox, and the voices of Chicago food lovers

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Chocolate

2005-02-02

Food of the Gods: A Sacred History of Chocolate
3,000 years of chocolate, chocolate tastings, chocolate desserts, chocolate insight. What percent is your chocolate packin'?

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Valentines

2005-01-26

Husband and wife champscast. Ideas for Valentines cooking: steak with brandy cream sauce, meringues, caviar potatoes, and Kir Royale cocktails. Folks around the world give their ideas for V-Day food. And, as always, food trivia.…

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Easy Japanesey

2005-01-19

Easy Japanese meals to make at home: soba, curry, green tea ice cream, tonkatsu, and marinated fish. Plus the theory of rice.…

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Beyond Cheeseheads

2005-01-12

This week's podcast takes us to Wisconsin where we talk with regional food specialists. Hmong cuisine ingredients and restaurants, Scandinavian influences, church suppers, fish boils, and great beer and cheese.…

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At Shakespeares Table

2005-01-05

This week's show is dedicated to cooking and feasting like a Renaissance man or woman. There's a Twelfth Night feast and a Pancake Day party. Recipes for venison pasties, wassail, Shrove Tuesday pancakes, and more.…

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Eat Feed 0: Promo

2005-01-04 :: Anne Bramley

The podcast that takes you back in time, across the country, around the world, and back to your own table.…

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Eat Feed 00: Promo

2005-01-03 :: Anne Bramley

The podcast that takes you back in time, across the country, around the world, and back to your own table.…

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