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Almost everyone has a favorite kind of food they get very nostalgic about. Be it the Mac & Cheese their grandma used to make, the fresh baked bread on a Sunday morning when the family had breakfast together, or the amazing lemonade you would make when your kids came home from school on a hot summer day. It’s the kinds of foods and beverages that immediately trigger memories when we think about them or smell them. It’s what a lot of people would also call “comfort food” bringing back warm childhood memories when we need them the most.
I’d like to explore those stories with you, inviting guests from all walks of live to share their foods and their memories.

Foodie Flashback Patrice

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Almost everyone has a favorite kind of food they get very nostalgic about. Be it the Mac & Cheese their grandma used to make, the fresh baked bread on a Sunday morning when the family had breakfast together, or the amazing lemonade you would make when your kids came home from school on a hot summer day. It’s the kinds of foods and beverages that immediately trigger memories when we think about them or smell them. It’s what a lot of people would also call “comfort food” bringing back warm childhood memories when we need them the most.
I’d like to explore those stories with you, inviting guests from all walks of live to share their foods and their memories.

    18. 'California Foodie' with Teresa Morris

    18. 'California Foodie' with Teresa Morris

    What do babies, sleep and Lemon Meringue Pie have in common? Quite a lot, when it comes to Teresa.
    As a foodie and environmentalist from California, Teresa enjoys everything the state has to offer year round. Her favorite place? The farmers market, where she can see what’s looking good and in season right now, and interact with the farmers. She loves to let the produce inspire her, even if that means 3 months of broccoli dishes.
    One thing few people know about her is that she owned and ran a restaurant in New Albany (Indiana) for a year.
    Links:
    Best Banana Bread Grandma’s Lemon Meringue Pie Potato Salad PBS cooking shows One bite at a time (cookbook) Blue Zones (cookbook) Santa Cruz Coffee Roasting Co Graffeo Coffee Hot Apple Pie Drink Persimmon Pecan Bread Persimmon Muffins Teresa can be found at:
    Teresa4changes.com
    teresa@teresa4changes.com
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)
    Hot Apple Pie (with or without alcohol) One bottle of unfiltered apple juice Three seedless orange slices thinly sliced 2 (real) cinnamon sticks 5 cloves Put everything in a stainless steel pot. Bring to boil and immediately reduce to simmer. Steep for at least 1 hour, longer is better. Ladle into a mug and top with firmly whipped (homemade!) whipping cream. Sprinkle a tiny bit of nutmeg on top and serve. Add a splash of Tuaca for an adult-only version.

    17. 'PB&J Foodie' with Brett Terpstra

    17. 'PB&J Foodie' with Brett Terpstra

    Most people know Brett as a prolific creator of apps and tools. Or as someone who likes to talk about Taylor Swift on podcasts. Today, however, he is talking about food. Something that he’s never done before on a podcast.
    Brett definitely has lots of interesting stories to tell. Like how he went vegetarian to impress a girl. And then stuck to it for almost his entire adult life. Or how he used to eat food out of dumpsters because he had “other priorities” and the only good meal he would have was from a lovely Thai restaurant whose owner became almost like a father to him.
    The one thing that sticks out when Brett talks about food is how he approaches it with almost scientific curiosity. He strives to understand how food works and how it was discovered. For example, early on he loved to learn how sugars change when heat is applied. And so, even though he doesn’t consider himself a Foodie, he certainly knows a lot about it. Somehow, that is something his tech life and his kitchen life have in common.
    Oh and his favorite food? PB&J.
    Links:
    Mostly Martha No Reservations (2007) Pancakes with Maple Syrup Cresent rolls Pan del sal Angel Food Cake The Royal Orchid Minneapolis Homemade Paneer Homemade Naan Bread The Food Lab Ottolenghi “Plenty” Hello Fresh Brett can be found at:
    bretterpstra.com
    @ttscoff
    Systematicpod.com
    Overtired.com
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    16. 'Marrying Wood with Meat' with Chris Ashley

    16. 'Marrying Wood with Meat' with Chris Ashley

    Coming from a Jamaican family and with his mom being an amazing cook, Chris certainly had food in his veins. And so it’s not surprising that, at a very young age and after working at two restaurants at the same time, he became the assistant manager of a local fast-food restaurant. How did he get there? By using his smarts, working hard, and, admittedly, being young and cocky…
    Eventually, he left the food industry and worked his way up in the IT business. His passion for food didn’t just disappear though. And not long after, he discovered the amazing world of BBQ. In this episode, Chris tells us his secret sauce for a really good BBQ!
    Links:
    Hot Pepper Sauce (Youtube) Fried Tofu Sandwich Candied yams Peruvian Pollo a la Brasa The Green Egg smoker Charlie Vergos Rendezvous Rub BBQ Pitmasters show Mak Two-Star General Smoker Stumps smoker Adam can be found at:
    @bigchrisashley SMR Podcast - Simple mobile review Please follow me on Twitter (@foodieflashback).
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    15. Parenting in the Kitchen with Adam Christianson

    15. Parenting in the Kitchen with Adam Christianson

    Adam is a long time podcaster and Apple enthusiast. His show ‘Maccast’ has long been a staple of the wider Apple community.
    Growing up in California, Adam describes the style of food he to this day enjoys as ‘typical American cuisine’, heavily influenced by readily available (and good!) Mexican food.
    Things changed though, when his kids were born and grew older.
    Wanting to provide a healthy environment and also save some money, he and his wife became more and more interested in cooking, even leaving the comforts of American cuisine to venture out into the wide world of food. They also very intentionally approached the topic of cooking with his children, wanting to make sure they are well prepared for when they leave the nest…
    Links:
    Best Dry Rub for Ribs Lil Piggy’s BarBBQ Phil’s BBQ California Burrito Jello Casserole Cardamom Rolls Adam can be found at:
    @maccast Maccast Please follow me on Twitter (@foodieflashback).
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    14. From Yorkshire Pub Food to French Cuisine with Alistair Dabbs

    14. From Yorkshire Pub Food to French Cuisine with Alistair Dabbs

    From the culinary heights of the Yorkshire pub scene to the best southern France has to offer, Alistair has certainly experienced a wide range of foods.
    Growing up mostly on convenience food, it took him going vegetarian for a little while during his college years (mostly to impress girls) to discover that cooking could actually be fun and also save some money.
    A little bit further down the line, after meeting his wife, he discovers the cultural differences between (southern) France, Italy and the UK when it comes to preparing, presenting and eating food. She also reintroduces him to a Vegetarian lifestyle, which he enjoys a lot (except for Fish & Chips). If only there were any good Vegetarian restaurants outside of London…
    Links:
    Yorkshire Pudding Longest bar Mushy peas for Pork Pie Braised Beef Pork medallions Lemon Meringue Pie Student Cookbook (Fiona Beckett) Chicken Balti Murgatroyds Fish & Chips Harry Ramsden’s The Madhur Jaffrey Cookbook: Curry recipe Alistair can be found at:
    @alidabbs Autosave is for wimps Please follow me on Twitter (@foodieflashback).
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    13. Simple, Healthy Cooking with Callum O'Hara

    13. Simple, Healthy Cooking with Callum O'Hara

    When Callum isn’t repairing Apple devices that have been completely smashed to pieces (accidentally of course), he really enjoys cooking. Coming from a family where both parents are working, it’s always been simple things that ended up on the table. More functional cooking, but it had to be quick.
    Callum really enjoys simple, healthy recipes, but also doesn’t shy away from the more involved recipes. Even if he has to buy a pre-made mix online…
    Links:
    Chicken Nuggets Spaghetti Bolognese Cabbage soup Grandma’s fries Cheese and Chive Muffins Chicken Tikka Masala Callum can be found at:
    @OHaraCallum Question for our listeners: What’s the cheap & simple dish in your part of the world?
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

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