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The Food Travel Podcast Uncovering The Stories Behind The World’s Most Famous (& Best!) Dishes. Join us & expert guests for tasty facts, foodie secrets and more! Your hosts are Tommo & Megsy from foodfuntravel.com

The Dish Food Travel Show Tommo And Megsy

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    • 4.8 • 25 Ratings

The Food Travel Podcast Uncovering The Stories Behind The World’s Most Famous (& Best!) Dishes. Join us & expert guests for tasty facts, foodie secrets and more! Your hosts are Tommo & Megsy from foodfuntravel.com

    Tbilisi Podcast - Coming May 4th

    Tbilisi Podcast - Coming May 4th

    *NEW PODCAST - TBILISI PODCAST*A Show about Life and Travel in Tbilisi and the country of Georgia.We are excited to announce that we are launching a brand new podcast. We've been living and travelling throughout the beautiful country of Georgia and on the 4th May, we will launch the Tbilisi Podcast.
    Ever thought about visiting or even moving to Tbilisi, or just curious about this up and coming destination? Then this is the show for you!
    Covering everything a visitor or expat would need to know about Tbilisi and Georgia. It's going to be awesome!
    🇬🇪 From where to visit/live
    💡 Remote worker taxes
    ⚔️ Georgian history
    🍇 Food and wine (8000 years of it!) and a lot more!
    We've been hard at work in our podcast studio and we have a lot of episodes coming your way!


    Available May 4th wherever you listen to podcasts
    Head to tbilisipodcast.com to subscribe for updates and all our latest info!
    This podcast is brought to you by Food Fun Travel, Expathub.ge and Eat This! Tours

    • 2 min
    66 Naan Bread & The Balti Triangle

    66 Naan Bread & The Balti Triangle

    In this Episode:

    The history of Naan bread from humble origins to the royal courts of north India and beyond

    PLUS We get lost in the Balti Triangle!


    Visit https://foodfuntravel.com/thedish for more foodie content!

    • 39 min
    65 Baguettes Bigger Than People?

    65 Baguettes Bigger Than People?

    In This Episode:


    The history of France’s most famous bread, the Baguette

    Napoleon’s pocket bread.

    Was the first baguette bigger than a person?


    More about this podcast on our blog https://foodfuntravel.com/thedish

    • 32 min
    BEST OF: What To Eat In Mongolia

    BEST OF: What To Eat In Mongolia

    In This Episode:

    After a month spent in Mongolia, we discuss their most important cultural dishes

    Mongolian food is based on “white food” and “red food” we explain what that is and why they have those classifications

    Plus, Is Mongolia’s most famous dish around the world really a Mongolian dish at all?


    DISCLAIMER: This Episode contains talk of some unusual food (offal etc.) If you are squeamish about graphic discussion of animal parts you may want to listen to alternative episodes.


    During Megsy's Maternity leave, we are re-broadcasting a few of our favorite episodes. New Episodes coming soon.


    Full Mongolia Food Article at: https://foodfuntravel.com/mongoliapodcast/

    • 52 min
    BEST OF: Greek Island Hopping Cuisine

    BEST OF: Greek Island Hopping Cuisine

    1 Year on from our 2019 Greek Island Hopping trip, this podcast talks about all the food we ate on our first island hopping trip back in 2018.


    In This Episode…

    What are the essential dishes to try in the Greek Islands

    We discuss highlights from our trip Greek Island hopping in the Aegean. Taking a small luxury yacht between hidden coves and quaint Greek waterfront villages, swimming in crystal blue water straight off the boat and sleeping under the stars.

    Cooking classes and being cooked for on the boat. Our captain was also a trained chef which made the whole island hopping experience even more of a foodie trip.

    Ouzo vs Raki, what’s the difference?

    PLUS Greek seafood tavernas, we find a hidden gem on the Island of Samos.


    BEST OF: During Megsy's Maternity leave, we are re-broadcasting a few of our favorite episodes. New Episodes coming soon.
     
    Show Notes from this episode, as well as more info on getting on the voyage for yourself is at 
    https://foodfuntravel.com/greekislandspodcast/ 
     
    Also, if you want to go on a voyage that is not with us, just head to sunfunyou.com for more info on booking a place. And once again, email us at megsy@foodfuntravel.com to let us know if you have initial interest in joining us for a foodfuntravel voyage in September 2021, then get in touch.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    BEST OF: History Of Apple Cider (England)

    BEST OF: History Of Apple Cider (England)

    In This Episode:


    The 50 million year story of apples - How almost every apple we eat today originates from one apple variety from Central Asia.

    The origin of cider - who invented it? And when?

    Commercial Cider vs. Craft Cider - what to look out for.

    The story of Johnny Appleseed and cider in the USA.

    Plus, We visit Bristol, UK, to taste some truly rustic cider, straight from the farm


    FULL SHOW NOTES AT: https://foodfuntravel.com/ciderpodcast/


    During Megsy's Maternity leave, we are re-broadcasting a few of our favorite episodes. New Episodes coming soon.


     


    QUOTES:


    “Apples: There are some 55 different species of apple trees, yet all 7,500 types of modern culinary apple come from a single genus (Malus Pumila) of wild apple, that spread from Kazakhstan over the last 6,000 years. Granny Smith, Fuji, Bramley, Coxes, Pink lady, Red Delicious and many more.”


    "One of America’s biggest folk heroes, Johnny Appleseed, took it as his life’s mission to create new orchards across America. Unlike apple trees in the past, which were mainly grown from grafts taken from other trees that came from Europe, Johnny Appleseed, only planted new trees from seeds - as nature intended.
    Apples have a unique DNA, more complicated than Human DNA. Unlike taking grafts from existing trees which clone the tree, the seeds can actually create genetically different trees compared to the parent tree. And seed planting led to increased bio-diversity and new American apple varieties.”

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Lee.Mak ,

Mouth Watering

Entertaining, informational, all while making my mouth water wanting to try all the dishes!

Puttens ,

Fun informative

Enjoyable dive into food!

ShawnG! ,

Love this pod

Been listening to this pod for years, a must for foodies. Fun food facts and food history stories.

Will miss having new episodes while Meg and Tom are on maternity leave! Congrats!!

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