28X in random order:
- Taste of the past (Heritage radio network)
A Taste of the Past is a podcast that explores culinary history and food culture. It is produced and hosted by Linda Pelaccio and is one of the longest running podcasts about food history. Strong emphasis on the U.S.A. and related cultures. That’s why it brings a wide range of topics with a nice mix of academic and pragmatic approaches.
- The Secret Ingredient (K.U.T.org)
In each episode of The Secret Ingredient, hosts Rebecca McInroy, Raj Patel and Tom Philpott find a new way to think about the ways we eat everyday. They talk with the people whose life’s work has been to understand the complex systems of production, distribution, marketing and impact these foods have on our lives. “We won’t tell you what to eat, but we will tell you why you’re eating it”. This podcast has a strong critical academic component and talks about topics like decolonization, the effect of the food industrial complex on climate change, food related racism, the green new deal for agriculture, social movements related to food and food production, nutritionism and many more ingredients that don’t taste like vanilla.
- The Feast
The Feast is a podcast where meals make history. Hosted by medievalist and food historian, Laura Carlson. Each episode of The Feast takes you on a culinary journey to the past. Find out how food and drink has changed the course of history, from royal banquets to revolutionary lunch counters. Because food is just history on a plate. Dig in! This podcast doesn’t bring your everyday angles of approach to food history, so it’s beyond the fundamentals.
- Savor (iHeartradio)
Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?
Gastropod looks at food through the lens of science and history. Hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley look at the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food and/or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. They interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to understand the world through food.
- History of food (antrochef)
What makes us human? Humans are just animals who know how to cook. This podcast is made by Holden Wilson. He’s a chef and an amateur history buff. This project combines his two greatest passions in life: cooking and history. This is a study of the history of food and the humans who eat it, tracing the early origins of what we eat, cook, and how it shaped the destiny of our species.
- Kookpodcast (podgront)
This is a Dutch/Groningse podcast produced by archaeologist and PhD-candidate Merit Hondelink where she – and usually a co-host – takes the listener ‘by the hand’ and prepares step by step an historic dish and in the meanwhile talks about the historic background. Too much emphasis on baking and (sweet)desserts, if you ask me.
- The racist sandwich
Food x Race x Gender x Class: The Racist Sandwich podcast serves up a perspective that you don’t hear often: that both food and the ways we consume, create, and interpret it can be political. From discussions about racism in food photography to interviews with chefs of color about their experiences in the restaurant world, hosts Soleil Ho and Zahir Janmohamed hash out a diverse range of topics.
- Gravy (Southern Foodways Alliance)
Gravy is a journal and podcast duo of original narratives that are fresh, unexpected, and thought-provoking. The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and celebrates the diverse food cultures of the changing American South. Especially for those who are interested in the revival of Southern food in the U.S.
- Oxtales (Oxford symposium on food and cookery)
Delicious and in-depth stories about food, served fresh from the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery.
- The Culinary Citizen
The Culinary Citizen is a podcast during which the hosts introduce you to a concept or theme connecting food and people around the world. With emphasis on international relations, culinary diplomacy, nation-branding, gastronationalism and conflict-resolution.
- The Dirt
The Dirt is a podcast that brings stories from archaeology and anthropology straight to your ears. Every week, the hosts tackle one topic, ranging from Homo floresiensis to hoaxes to honey to handaxes, everything awe-inspiring, weird, wonderful, mysterious, and groundbreaking that the study of our shared human past has to offer, from all over the world. They’re here to edutain: you’ll laugh, you’ll go ewwwww, and above all you’ll learn something, no matter your experience with archaeology. Not only food related but very impressive, engaging and brought with clever humor.
- New books in food (New books network)
The New Books Network is a consortium of author-interview podcast channels dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing scholars and other serious writers to a wide public. This podcast is specifically about food related topics from all over the world with high academic standards.
- Masters of social gastronomy
food + history + science = this is a great thing. When duty calls, Sarah Lohman of Four Pounds Flour and Jonathan Soma of the Brooklyn Brainery take on a curious food topic and break down the history, science, and stories behind it.
- The fantastic history of food
Stories of the fun, and often ridiculous, history of food. FOOD means something different to each and every one of us, so many different cuisines and cultures all represented by one small word. It’s a part of each one of our lives, and it has been ever since the earliest man felt that familiar rumbling in his belly. This podcast aims to tell the most interesting stories about food from that time all the way till now.
- Nutrition history from parts unknown
Food, Health and Wellness History. With a wide range of particular topics on nutritional history.
- Eat my globe
A podcast by host, Simon Majumdar, about an ingredient, a dish, a theme, a person or a nation and the fascinating story of how they became part of the world that we often take for granted. Usually the episodes are about the history of one ingredient or food-product which makes this podcast unique.
Why Food, culture & Identity? AnthroDish is a podcast about the connections between food, culture, and identity using an anthropological lens. Each week a new guest joins the host Anthropologist Sarah Duignan to discuss a food-related topic that relates to their expertise and experience. The goal of this podcast is to explore the many ways in which food relates to our cultures (and subcultures) as well as our personal or family identities. Sarah wants to dig deep and explore how food cultures are maintaining age-old traditions, how new undercurrents in food cultures emerge, and how foodways influence our world broadly but also how they occupy space in everyday lives. Strong emphasis on Anthropology, less on history. But this doesn’t exclude each other.
- Food non-fiction
Hosts Lillian Lang and Fakhri Shafai tell the incredible true stories behind the food we eat.
- Food: A Cultural culinary history
In Food: A Cultural Culinary History, History professor Ken Albala puts this extraordinary subject on the table, taking you on an journey into the human relationship to food. With this course, you’ll travel the world discovering fascinating food lore and culture of all regions and eras—as an eye-opening lesson in history as well as a unique window on what we eat today. Ken Albala is one of the foremost researchers on food history in the world. So this is an excellent way to get yourself acquainted with the food history basics.
- Point of origin (iHeartradio)
This is a podcast about the world of food, literally. This podcast travels to different countries exploring culture through food, examining its past and present, and what it teaches us about who we are and how we came to be. Join host Stephen Satterfield as he connects with those most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea — Taiwanese Oolong and Sri Lankan Ceylon — and eating frejon, a Nigerian staple with Brazilian origins. The power of food is that it has a story to tell. Point of Origin is a podcast that enthusiastically uplifts the voices of women and people of color. They believe that this diversity isn’t just noteworthy but part of what makes our work essential and distinguished. When the gatekeepers are diverse, so too are the stories, its tellers and their experiences.
- Pass the Chipotle
Producer and host Rocio Carvajal, food history writer, cook and author, takes you to discover the edible treasures of Mexico’s gastronomic traditions with stories and interviews with cooks, authors and entrepreneurs. It will change the way you think about Mexican food, cooking and eating guaranteed!
- Follow the crumbs
In Follow the Crumbs, the hosts talk about the history of food and the food of history. They got the idea for the podcast during a post-sushi car ride when they talked about how biryani ended up in Qatar. Since then, they’ve been trying to find interesting stories about food over time. Join them as they unpack the complex relationships between food, history, and everything in between.
- Mijn vader is een afhaalchinees.
In this three-part series ‘Mijn vader is een afhaalchinees’, journalist Felicia Alberding go’s on the hunt for stories behind the greatest dutch culinary hits. A podcast that takes a closer look at food as the lubricator in society. Is our stomach more tolerant than our mind?
25. Dr Scoff and the prof.
Food studies/food history podcast where an Associate Professor of History and a Dr of Marketing discuss food from the past. Gastronomy and humour. Your one-stop-shop for discussion of food policy, food history, cookery and mirth.
26. Hungry books
Hungry books is a podcast that explores the best books ever written on the subject of food, from history, anthropology, sociology, economics, biography, journals and politics and each episode presents a book that will change your life.
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