The Best Food Podcasts

There is no doubt in the fact that podcasts are a thing now. From serious plays to story-telling to food shows, everything is podcasted now. There a number of podcast shows that revolve around the topic of food and due to that it might become confusing to pick one to listen to. We have compiled a list of the best podcast food shows that are worth listening to and worth learning from!

Smoldered Toast

Food52 – Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs’ online food destination – launched its podcast in March, and it’s as smooth, productive and tasteful as the site. The originator hosts are regularly joined by more than one visitor, (for example, chefs and pastry specialists), and witty, interesting debates take place as well – it’s New York on a plate, in your ears. The very first installment, I Draw the Line at Tongue, delved into the most unusual things to eat, while the most recent, with creator Peter Miller, is about lunch. The pace, the altering and the prudently picked soundbites make each episode of this podcast worth listening to.

The Best Food Podcasts

The Food Chain

From the BBC World Service, this won the radio category at the 2015 Fortnum and Mason Food and Drink Awards a month ago for The Case For and Against Meat, a two-parter telecast in December 2014. Diving into “the financial matters, science and society behind what we eat and drink” in a simple, newsy manner, the show has secured fastidious eaters, eating alone and, most as of late, sexual politics that takes place in the kitchen. The Food Chain discusses a number of issues regardless of their types and intensity, and keeps things moving.

The Kitchen is on Fire

This should include a lot of rambling and a few random bits – but nonetheless, it’s safe to say that it’s one of the best. Previous supperclub hosts James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy, joined by a guest visitor, broadcast the show from a kitchen table in Hackney, east London. They are without a doubt great mates (they’re going to open an eatery together in London Fields, Pidgin), with a long history of chat and intriguing bits of knowledge. Episodes don’t accompany clear names, however that takes into consideration a sprawling suddenness and serenely easygoing tone that the more scripted shows don’t have. To date, they have talked about whether avocados are the blood jewels of the natural product world, and why Spam is all of a sudden big again.

Radio Cherry Bombe

A food show which is feminist and comes with a very catchy and punchy soundtrack, Radio Cherry Bombe has won the hearts of many. It celebrates women in the culinary world. The very tone of this show is definitely a serious one but at the same time it is very enlightening, informative and considerate. Guests who appear on the show include but are not limited to April Bloomfield, Anna Jones, Ina Garten and Dorie Greenspan. Not only that, but they also guide you about buying the right kitchen appliances, such as the best available toaster and the best blender for smoothies.