98 episodes

Hungry Squared is a free and clean weekly audio podcast about the nerdy side of food. We're talking about food history, food design, and food science. Plus, we're solving your relationship problems as they relate to food in our segment called Food Fight. Let's taco 'bout it!

Hungry Squared: Where the brain and belly meet Sharon Titus and Winter Redd

    • Arts
    • 4.8, 54 Ratings

Hungry Squared is a free and clean weekly audio podcast about the nerdy side of food. We're talking about food history, food design, and food science. Plus, we're solving your relationship problems as they relate to food in our segment called Food Fight. Let's taco 'bout it!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

Wasatch57 ,

Love Hungry Squared!

Love the two co-hosts of Hungry Squared! They are sooo fun! And playful! And informative about the most practical things you NEED to know about!

Jamie L Morse ,

I love this show!

I listen to this show every week and love listening to Winter and Sharon’s often hilarious and educational banter. My 2 year old loves singing the theme song and I love that it is something I can listen to with my kids in the room when sometimes even the news feels too horrible.

Maos ,

Fun show, erratic sound

I enjoy listening to this podcast. Winter and Sharon clearly enjoy talking to each other and talking about food. They make it fun to listen to.

But I have learned that I cannot listen to this show in the car. Why? Because the sound levels are too erratic, in particular, Sharon. Sharon tends to speak very quietly into her mic when she's just talking. But then every once in a while she'll get a little more animation and speak loudly. Winter stays more consistent, but if I increase the volume to hear Sharon, my car speakers blast when Winter talks or when Sharon gets excited. It sounds as if Sharon has an unconscious "radio voice" where she tries to sound serious but just ends up practically whispering. If this issue were resolved, either by Sharon speaking up or by some sort of volume leveling during post-production I would give this show 5 stars. I finally gave up listening in my car after the episode about celebration foods. That one and the one preceding it had me fiddling with my volume control constantly - which I don't like to do while trying to pay attention to driving.

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