We started making a podcast about our relationship with food and then the pandemic happened. So we made this. Contact us: feedthecomfort AT gmail DOT com. https://linktr.ee/TheComfortFeedPodcast
The Comfort and Joy feed
Our first ever Christmas special.
Episode 9 and 3/4: Stop food waste
In this extra episode we chat to a chef (Seaneen Sullivan) and an environmentalist (Odile Le Bolloch) about reducing food waste every day and especially during the holiday season. And we sneak preview a few items coming in our Christmas blockbuster episode next week.
At the Table Everyone is Equal
Catherine interviews strategy consultant and “bon viveur” Jonathan O’Grady and app developer Matt McCann of Access Earth about their love of restaurants and how accessing them could be made easier for everyone.
Teaser: 'At the table, everyone is equal'
Teaser: 'At the table, everyone is equal' by Juliana Adelman and Catherine Cleary
Food and cooking in Antarctica (cormorants are not on the menu)
This episode Juliana interviewed Luke Glazzard, a chef who recently worked for the British Antarctic Survey. To hear what cooking at the South Pole used to be like, we spoke to Seamus Taaffe of the Athy Shackleton Museum. And Catherine looks forward to 'level Christmas.'
How to Cook a Cormorant S2 Ep8 A taster
Juliana talks to chef Luke Glazzard about what it's like to work as a chef in the extreme environment that is the Antarctic and we hear from Seamus Taafe of Athy's Shackleton Museum about a chef from the 1950's who wrote a cookbook based on his time hunting, skinning and cooking some of the wildlife.
Really enjoying this series, easy listening and engaging but informative at the same time. The presenters’ knowledge and enthusiasm draws you in.
I have been really enjoying The Comfort Feed - it strikes a nice balance between soothing, fun, indulgent and informative. I would recommend this to anyone who has an interest in food and food culture.
I think the content is excellent and really enjoy this podcast however the polite preliminaries at the beginning are a little jading and drag in a little to long...