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Food Culture Fan Club
23 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
E22 Sicily Part 2 - Savoca
It's the podcast's 2nd birthday! And FINALLY. Recordings from the village of Savoca. Cannoli, ricotta, Arabic music and dancing, a talking donkey, and an authentic recipe for arancini.
33 minutes | Nov 12, 2018
E21 Sicily Part I
I just got back from Sicily a few days ago, right? Feels like it... Part I available now!
8 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
E20 Prelude to a Cannoli
HELLO! List to this special announcement-type thing! :D
79 minutes | Jul 7, 2018
E19 Tucson and Tamales
Finally, what you've all been waiting for! An episode recorded last year! Join Autumn for a wildly wandering conversation with BFF Ariel, recorded in, and about, Tucson, Arizona.
16 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
E18 #TFT Tech Fail Tuesday
Food Culture Fan Club is back. In action. Mostly.
54 minutes | Nov 1, 2017
E17 Simon Thibault - Pantry and Palate
We're back! And chatting with @simonthibault about his book Pantry and Palate available in the U.S. on Nov 13th! More info here: http://simonthibault.com/pantry-and-palate-1/ https://www.amazon.com/Pantry-Palate-Remembering-Rediscovering-Acadian/dp/1771084901/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509585905&sr=8-1&keywords=pantry+and+palate And umm. I totally said it was the 17th on the podcast. I mean, it's better a few days late than a few days early? It's totally available on the 13th!
3 minutes | Sep 17, 2017
A Brief Hiatus!
Food Culture Fan Club will be back soon. In the meantime, enjoy a visit with our producer!
81 minutes | Aug 13, 2017
E16 Dinner with Michael Twitty and The Cooking Gene Part 2
Part 2 of a conversation with Michael Twitty about his life, inspiration, culinary history work and his new book The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American culinary History in the Old South - out 8/1/2017. www.afroculinaria.com https://www.amazon.com/Cooking-Gene-Journey-African-American-Culinary/dp/0062379291 Michael's quote in the Smithsonian: https://afroculinaria.com/2016/09/17/see-my-quote-on-the-wall/
51 minutes | Jul 30, 2017
E15 Dinner with Michael Twitty and The Cooking Gene Part 1
Autumn sits down for dinner with Michael Twitty at Mulebone in Washington D.C. Part 1 of a conversation about his inspiration and culinary history work and his new book The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American culinary History in the Old South - out 8/1/2017. www.afroculinaria.com https://www.amazon.com/Cooking-Gene-Journey-African-American-Culinary/dp/0062379291
58 minutes | Jul 16, 2017
E14 Too Tire For Good Talk But Not Food Talk
Two sleepy nerds in a room talking about food trucks and lots of other things. We miss you, Go Streatery! http://gostreatery.com
70 minutes | Jun 28, 2017
E13 The Microwave of Swedish Things
Ooh La La! Or whatever the Swedish equivalent is! Autumn chats with Swedish friend Andreas (from Sweden!) about (mostly) Swedish food. Yes. There's weird fermented fish. But also cinnamon buns! (I'm dying to try the fish!) Links! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smörgåsbord http://www.food.com/recipe/traditional-swedish-pancakes-97291 https://www.thelocal.se/blogs/snuggling/2012/11/29/pea-soup-pancakes/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surströmming
46 minutes | Jun 11, 2017
E12 My First Passover
Autumn joins friends for her first Passover Seder. Babies, Matzohs and French. Oh my! Also we learn that her mother's goulash wasn't goulash at all... Links! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pâté_chinois https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gefilte_Manifesto http://www.chabad.org http://www.jpost.com/Magazine/Jewish-pirates-of-the-Caribbean-447397
20 minutes | May 22, 2017
E11 Where Do You Belong
A personal episode of sorts. What do you eat when you're away from home and your routine for an extended period of time?
61 minutes | May 7, 2017
E10 Bologna Sandwiches
Autumn chats with friend and former coworker, Cody, about his habit of eating dry bologna sandwiches for lunch every day at work. The reasons behind this are surprising and touching, and unfortunately, not easy to make fun of. But there's plenty more fodder for that particular animal! Episode Resources: Michael Kalanty, baker http://michaelkalanty.com Navarro Vineyards Non-Alcoholic Grape Juice https://www.navarrowine.com/shop/non-alcoholic-grape-juices
66 minutes | Apr 15, 2017
E07 Master Magical Magician of Gardening
Autumn and friend Nikki talk about edible home gardens. Nikki is good at it. Autumn.. isn't. #gardenenvy
18 minutes | Apr 1, 2017
E06-6 Summer Bummer Minisode
Autumn shares experiences from a recent trip to D.C. and Northern Virginia. History! Old Things! And food... References: https://www.spencerdevonbrewing.com Abraham Lincoln in the Kitchen: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/158834455X/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Virginia Peanut Soup: https://patch.com/virginia/mountvernon/traditional-18th-century-holiday-recipes-from-the-mou86a22cd3ae Vibration Cooking: https://www.amazon.com/Vibration-Cooking-Travel-Notes-Geechee/dp/0820337390 Michael Twitty's TED Talk: https://afroculinaria.com/2016/12/21/watch-gastronomy-and-the-social-justice-reality-of-food-michael-twitty-on-youtubemy-ted-talk/ Jas. Townsend and Sons 18th Century Cooking: https://www.youtube.com/user/jastownsendandson China Chilcano: http://chinachilcano.com D.C.'s Eastern Market: http://easternmarket-dc.org
63 minutes | Mar 11, 2017
E06 That Lying Kimchi Wind
A night out on the town with Autumn and her friend Ariel. Visiting Oakland First Fridays Festival, a local Korean restaurant, and one of their favorite spots, Preserved, they chat about learning to like vegetables, and lots of talk about fermentation. In fact, Ariel is less of a guest and more of an interviewer on this episode! http://oaklandfirstfridays.org http://www.bowldbbq.com https://www.preservedgoods.com http://www.wildfermentation.com (Sandor Katz) This episode is dedicated to Michael Markey Delong. (1973 - 2014)
10 minutes | Mar 5, 2017
E05-5 Listener Questions Minisode
Autumn answers a few listener questions. Have any questions? Let us know! @fcfcpodcast
35 minutes | Mar 3, 2017
E05 Chef Soleil Ho of Bonito Kitchen
Autumn speaks with Soleil Ho. Chef, writer, and co-host of the Portland, Oregon-based Racist Sandwich, a biweekly podcast on food and its intersections with race, class, and gender. Also she just opened a restaurant. In Mexico! https://www.bonitokitchen.com/ http://www.racistsandwich.com https://twitter.com/raceandfood https://twitter.com/hooleil https://twitter.com/BonitoKitchen/
66 minutes | Mar 1, 2017
E04 Cool Beans
Autumn and friend LaCheka discuss New Year's good luck traditions in her Nashville, TN family, and we stumble into conversation about Christmas Eve midnight presents and dancing, meatballs and hot water cornbread, and somehow end up chatting about sausages and scrapple! Apparently everything goes with wine. Especially this discussion!
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