12 episodes

Edible Potluck is a podcast from Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines across the US and Canada dedicated to celebrating local, sustainable food. We talk about eating in restaurants, finding great ingredients, and the fine art and mad scramble that is home cooking. Subscribe for big ideas, little actions, and fresh trends that affect your own local food choices, no matter where you live. Follow @ediblestories on Twitter for show news and more. Hosted by Joy Manning and produced by David Wolf.

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    • 4.9, 28 Ratings

Edible Potluck is a podcast from Edible Communities, the James Beard Award-winning network of magazines across the US and Canada dedicated to celebrating local, sustainable food. We talk about eating in restaurants, finding great ingredients, and the fine art and mad scramble that is home cooking. Subscribe for big ideas, little actions, and fresh trends that affect your own local food choices, no matter where you live. Follow @ediblestories on Twitter for show news and more. Hosted by Joy Manning and produced by David Wolf.

    Episode 11

    Episode 11

    In this episode, we've got an interview with writer Genevieve Morgan. She's here to talk more about her article, Survival Gardening: One Foot at a Time in Edible Maine. 

    And then we have a conversation with Jesse Hawkins about The Mocktail Project as featured in Mocktails Grow Up in Edible Lousiville and Bluegrass.

    Recommended recipe: Refrigerator Radish Pickles from Edible Capital District.

    • 34 min
    Episode 10

    Episode 10

    In this episode, we've got an interview with writer Kate Washington about California's burgeoning coffee farms. She's here to talk more about her article, Black Gold. 

    And then we have a conversation with Leslie Jonath, author of the cookbook Feed Your People, and the creator of a collection of new regional books called The Little Local Series.

    • 27 min
    Episode 9

    Episode 9

    This week, we talk to Boston-based entrepreneur Erin Baumgartner bout her company, Family Dinner. Listen to learn more about the innovative meal kit/CSA hybrid. 
    And then we’ve got an interview with author Ronna Welsh (above) about her inspired new cookbook, The Nimble Chef. You might need to hear what Ronna has to say about how to free yourself from the shackles of meal planning.

    • 38 min
    Episode 8

    Episode 8

    Edible Orlando publisher Kendra Lott explains why you should explore the city beyond the Magic Kingdom on your next Disney vacation. We've got an interview with journalist Virginia Sole-Smith about her book The Eating Instinct. She’ll also tell me what’s bugging her about food writer and famous locavore Michael Pollan.

    • 34 min
    Episode 7

    Episode 7

    In episode 7 of the Edible Potluck podcast we talk to farmer Charlie Tennessen about why you should buy fresh local wheat and the gadget Melissa Clark thinks could be the next Instant Pot.

    • 35 min
    Episode 6

    Episode 6

    Sarah Henry on how #MeToo is playing out in San Francisco with potential solutions, and a focus on what restaurants can do to make workplaces safer for all workers. In Boston, Cask Force is aging quality maple syrup in barrels to create complex layers of flavor that rise above the level of pancakes.

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

NorCAlistener ,

Great show for those interested in a variety of food topics!

Perfect snack-sized podcast that offers a wide range of intriguing food discussions. Always learn something new and interesting--just like trying different flavors at its namesake potluck!

twodoxiemom ,

Who knew food was this fascinating!?

Most of us savor a good meal—or something as small as a ripe blueberry—without giving much thought to the backstory. That makes Edible Potluck a real eye opener: a brisk, behind-the-scenes look at the who produces our food and how it gets to our tables. That process is a microcosm of both everything that ails us and the promise that innovation, passion, and activism can triumph. The stories are rich, the recipes are delicious, and the experience is totally rewarding.

Sailinggypsy ,

Eating this Up

Timely, relevant national discussions in food from a trusted voice in food media. A fantastic blend of fun, informative content mixed masterfully with big ideas that deserve some serious consideration -- both in our kitchens and communities.

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