70 episodes

A humorous podcast by Kate Fagan and Kathryn Budig filled with thoughtful conversations ... and offering delicious takeaways.

Free Cookies Kate Fagan, Kathryn Budig

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A humorous podcast by Kate Fagan and Kathryn Budig filled with thoughtful conversations ... and offering delicious takeaways.

    THE COOKIE AND THE DARK WATER with STUART TURTON

    THE COOKIE AND THE DARK WATER with STUART TURTON

    In honor of their quirky conversation with brilliant English writer Stuart Turton — of THE DEVIL AND THE DARK WATER — Kate and Kathryn share a list they’ve been building during quarantine about behaviors depicted in movies and on TV that NEVER happen in real life. 

    WHEN WE ALL VOTE with STEPHANIE YOUNG

    WHEN WE ALL VOTE with STEPHANIE YOUNG

    You can’t have a government that represents the people when the people don’t vote for them.” A little taste of the incisive insight from guest Stephanie Young, the managing director for culture, communications and media for When We All Vote. Want to vote but don’t know if you should do it early, by mail, or in person? Ready to make a difference but don’t know where to start? Stephanie breaks it all down. Tune in and vote: this episode is for you.

    ON PHOTOGRAPHY and SINCERITY

    ON PHOTOGRAPHY and SINCERITY

    Kate and Kathryn breakdown a line from writer Susan Sontag — “Impossible to feel sincere while having one’s photograph taken” — and how it applies to the current world we find ourselves in. 

    COOKIE FUELED with WILL BULSIEWICZ

    COOKIE FUELED with WILL BULSIEWICZ

    The low-fat 90s, the high-protein aughts ... ever wonder when scientists would finally discover what foods best fuel the human body? Kate and Kathryn sit down — in person, from 10 West Edge in downtown Charleston! — with the New York Times bestselling author of FIBER FUELED, Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, to breakdown his sexy research on what foods will make our bodies go vroom vroom. Enjoying the show and want occasional bonus content? Please consider becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/freecookies

    NOCTURNAL COOKIES with VIKRAM PARALKAR

    NOCTURNAL COOKIES with VIKRAM PARALKAR

    A conversation that includes “cosmic nihilism” has always gotten someplace good, and Kate & Kathryn go there and dive deep with Vikram Paralkar, author of NIGHT THEATER and oncologist at the University of Pennsylvania, whose novel imagines the afterlife as a bureaucracy and touches upon themes of morality and “mattering.”Enjoying the show and want occasional bonus content? Please consider becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/freecookies

    YES, CHEF with KRISTEN KISH

    YES, CHEF with KRISTEN KISH

    Kate and Kathryn discuss the concept of food tethering the soul to the body, and how far away some of us have gotten from that idea, then they are joined by the inimitable Kristen Kish, author of Kristen Kish Cooking and Top Chef, who talks about the small lessons that stick with her and, most importantly, her fierce backward hat game. 

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
434 Ratings

434 Ratings

cloondogg ,

One of the Best!

I have been listening to this podcast since day one - why I haven’t rated all this time is beyond me! I have been a fan of Kathryn Budig’s for years because of my love for yoga. Upon discovering she had a podcast, I was delighted to meet Kate Fagan, her lovely and amazing wife. The two of them perfectly compliment each other, make me laugh out loud often and always give me something to think about after listening. This podcast is perfect for everyone and I have been especially loving the interviews with the authors this season. This is the kind of feel good pod cast we all need right now. Kathryn, I’m all about the chocolate chip cookie, and I too, married someone that’s loves oatmeal raisin! Keep what you’re doing ladies!!

lildrabs! ,

Love it

The honesty is the best part! 💕

CoFro123 ,

Movie Tropes

Hilarious and all so true. I watch a lot of British TV and am fascinated by the fact that so many of the iconic detective shows take place in such small towns and villages. Morse, Endeavour, Miss Marple, Vera... how can there so many murders in these places? Wouldn’t they run out of people to kill ?

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