Serial introduced me to podcasts. On one weekend drive to New York City, my husband Ted and I binge-listened to the entire first season. I wanted more.
Debbie Millman's Design Matters podcast kept me hooked; I even watched a telecast of her podcast. I wanted more.
Public television brought us Julia Child, and public radio brought us The Splendid Table, hosted by Lynn Rossetto Kasper, more than 20 years ago and still going strong. They also brought us Radiolab, one of my granddaughter's delightful addictions.
I never listened to food podcasts very much until I met Janice and Liz, the Meal Makeover Moms, and discovered their great podcast. Now I enjoy listening to my friend Jane's This Week for Dinner, which features interviews with food bloggers. I also tune in occasionally to Burnt Toast (from the folks who bring you Food 52), and Spilled Milk (from Molly Wizenberg, of the lovely Orangette).
What food podcasts do you listen to while you work, or while you walk, or while you're driving in the car? Or, do you prefer podcasts that aren't about food at all? What do you listen to when you cook? What are your favorites?
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