23 episodes

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.

    'When it's black, it's buggered' with Simon Parnell

    'When it's black, it's buggered' with Simon Parnell

    “When it’s brown it’s cooked. When it’s black it’s buggered”. Wisdom from today’s guest Simon Parnell also known as Serenak.
    Simon started cooking when he moved out of his parents’. Over time, he has perfected the art of “One pot cooking” making delicious curries and stews.
    One specialty of his is what he calls “Lucky Pots”
    Links:
    Casserole Recipes - Great British Chefs Egg Custard Bread Pudding Recipe Baked Apples Recipe | Allrecipes Syrup Suet Pudding Pentland Javelin The best spaghetti bolognese recipe | BBC Good Food Victoria Sponge Cake Recipe | Allrecipes Lemon Layer Cake with Buttercream Christmas Pudding Recipes | Allrecipes Traditional British Mince Pie Recipe Basic Shortcrust Pastry Full English Breakfast Simon can be found at:
    Twitter/serenak
    Essential Apple Podcast
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    • 1 hr 6 min
    'ADHD and Dole Whip' with Kelly Guimont

    'ADHD and Dole Whip' with Kelly Guimont

    Kelly lives in one of the food capitals of the world. For one, Portland has the highest number of food trucks in the US (according to some news outlets). So it’s a bit of a surprise that she isn’t known for her canning skills or for reading recipes on Youtube.
    Most people know her from her many podcasts, her work for App Camp For Girls or her amazing tech support skills. Today, however, Kelly and I talk all about food, ADHD and Dole Whip at Disneyland.
    Links:
    Good Eats Gooseberry Pie Easy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Recipe - BettyCrocker.com Traditional PB&J Phil’s Uptown Meat Market Pastrami Hash Recipe Best Tuna Casserole Recipe Instantpot Turkish delight Kelly can be found at:
    Twitter/Verso
    AfterShow Podcast Twitter/the_aftershow
    The Mac Observer’s Daily Observations Podcast
    MacVoices Live! - MacVoices
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    • 1 hr 11 min
    'A Foodie's Tour Through Chicago' with David Ginsburg

    'A Foodie's Tour Through Chicago' with David Ginsburg

    To say David knows a lot about the culinary scene in and around Chicago would be an absolute understatement. While he’s not much into cooking (aside from the occasional BBQ) he sure is a foodie. With his extensive knowledge of everything good there is to eat and drink in the area, one has to wonder why he hasn’t written a book or created a TV show about it.
    One thing is certain though: Chicago has a lot to offer, when it comes to food. Not just Deep Dish Pizza, something most people would associate with the city, but also hot dogs, cheese sandwiches and so, so much more! It’s really no surprise there’s a long running food rivalry with New York.
    I for one, plan on visiting Chicago soon. And coming back 100lbs heavier most likely. It will be worth it.
    Links:
    Portillo’s: Beef. Burgers. Salads Johnny’s Elmwood Park Illinois Al’s #1 Italian Beef | Est. 1938 | Chicago | Lou Malnati’s, the Best Chicago Deep Dish Pizza Restaurant Chicago’s Famous Stuffed Deep Dish Pizza | Giordano’s Diners Drive-ins & Dives Paradise Pup Mom’s Swedish Meatballs Recipe: How to Make It | Taste of Home Easy Baked Beef Brisket Matzoh Ball Soup Texas Roadhouse Lettuce Entertain You Big Bowl Mr Allison’s of Arlington Heights Tufano’s Vernon Park Tap Manny’s Cafeteria & Delicatessen Greek Islands | The Best Greek Restaurant in Chicagoland Gibsons Chicago Steakhouse SuperDawg Gene & Jude’s Chicago Style Hot Dogs | Vienna Beef Arizona Tea Pepper & Egg Sandwich Pizza Puffs Flaming Saganako Taste of Chicago Windella Boats David can be found at:
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    • 1 hr 6 min
    'From Brooklyn to North-West Germany' with Mike T Rose

    'From Brooklyn to North-West Germany' with Mike T Rose

    For people in the Apple technology news space, Mike Rose is a well known entity. He served as Editor for The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) for over 8 years, and his voice can still be heard on many podcasts.
    Influenced by his Jewish upbringing and his lovely wife’s German ancestry, Mike is certainly what you’d call a foodie. He’s very curios about food, and loves to visit his favorite restaurants in and around Brooklyn. Through his wife, he also experienced the kitchen of North-Western Germany (Lippe) as well as Berlin’s amazing street food scene.
    A while ago, Mike dipped his toes into the world of live cooking, sharing his chicken recipe on Instagram Live and showing us at least some of his many kitchen gadgets.
    Mike’s favorite dish: Pork Chops in Cherry-Pepper Sauce Recipe.
    Worst kitchen gadget he owns: Garlic peeler
    Links:
    TUAW Talkcast The Aftershow In a few minutes Mac OS Ken MacVoices - The Talk of the Mac Community What’s for Dinner? Challenge Mouth // Gifts Boxes // Subscriptions // Artisanal Indie Food) Alton Brown Honey Badger, Brooklyn (Tripadvisor) Morimoto Restaurant Allison Plummer Delaware And Hudson, Brooklyn (Tripadvisor) Lippischer Pickert - A regional recipe from Eastern Westphalia) Werkstatt NY Hillel Sandwich Haroset paste Apricot Bars Bagel Nosh NYC Best NY Bagel Robert E Pearlman (Wikipedia) Il Vagabondo Mike can be found at:
    Twitter/Miketrose
    aftershowpodcast.com Twitter/the_aftershow
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    Intro music: “Child’s Play” by Alex Nekita (alexnekita)

    • 1 hr 18 min
    'California Foodie' with Teresa Morris

    '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.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    'PB&J Foodie' with Brett Terpstra

    '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)

    • 1 hr 7 min

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