Each month, Masters of Social Gastronomy takes on a curious food topic and break down the history, science, and stories behind it. Masters of Social Gastronomy is a free monthly lecture series hosted in Brooklyn, NY by Sarah Lohman...
Recently I was perusing /r/cooking and someone was asking about frying in stainless steel pans. Always one to give my opinions and try and help, I decided to comment. I noted the top comment of this particular thread linked...

NPR Food Podcast

Recipes, interviews and the story behind your favorite foods from Morning Edition, All Things Considered and other award-winning NPR programs. iTunes RSS Zune

Good Food Podcast

Your weekly treat from Evan Kleiman. By tuning in to Good Food, you can discover great restaurants that you’ve never heard of, the politics of consumption, explorations of cultures through their food customs and some of the most interesting...
A short film about Shimizu San, a farmer living in a small town outside of Tokyo where he has been making udon noodles for the last 45 years (and growing the wheat for it too!). The second video from...
Here at Spilled Milk headquarters, we combine food and comedy in a bowl and stir it up until it explodes. Join your jovial (possibly too jovial) hosts, Molly and Matthew, for recipes, cooking tips, winning lotto numbers, and catfights....
New York City chef/author Anthony Bourdain is invited to film the research laboratory of Ferran Adria, the most controversial and imitated chef in the world—chef/owner of El Bulli, voted "World's Best" by Restaurant Magazine and the most visited by...

Earth Eats Podcast

Earth Eats is a weekly podcast, public radio program and blog bringing you the freshest news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture. iTunes RSS Zune

The Gilded Fork Podcast

Begun as online magazine The Gilded Fork® in 2005, we expanded into multimedia in 2007 when we launched the world’s first all-food podcast channel, which eventually became the Culinary Media Network®. iTunes RSS
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Obsessed with Absinthe

Absinthe Alcohol was invented in 1797 by Dr. Pierre Ordinaire. It is an anise-flavoured spirit derived from herbs, including the flowers and leaves of the herb Artemisia absinthium, commonly referred to as "grande wormwood", together with green anise and...
I've been listening to podcasts for years. They are an excellent source of entertainment, education and many times inspiration. Over time I've compiled a pretty decent list of subscriptions. The following list is certainly not complete. I've culled some of...
It can take a while for water running from the faucet to get hot. Yeah, you can wait around with your finger under the water, but it would be a lot easier if you could see when it’s finally...
Danny Yip from Mr. Chow, a restaurant in LA, shows us culinary wizardry by forming noodles by hand. Alton Brown, host and commentary to Iron Chef America narrates the action.
Mino Tsuchida, aka "Mr. Global" of Global Knives demonstrates how to sharpen knives using a sharpening stone.
Feeding the Dragon is a fantastic website if you love Chinese food. Started by a brother and sister team who want to share their passion for Chinese food, the site is "a resource for all things China and Chinese food. It’s...
Sharing powerful stories from his anti-obesity project in Huntington, W. Va., TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food.  
Hervé This is a French physical chemist who, with the late Nicholas Kurti, coined the scientific term "Molecular and Physical Gastronomy" in 1988. He shortened it to "Molecular Gastronomy" after Kurti's death in 1998. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herv%C3%A9_This) Monsieur This is recognized...
"Food is naturally different. So, I just really want to honor that variety and let the chili peppers do the talking." Meet Jolene Collins, the founder and artisan behind Jojo's Sriracha in Brooklyn, NY. Jolene is obsessed with sriracha. She...