Mystery Meet founder Seth Resler gets the inside scoop from local food bloggers on the best restaurants in different cities. Find out where the natives really eat when they go out.
115: A Look at Food Tourism
Seth Resler, the founder of Taste Trekkers and the host of the Find Dining podcast, spoke about food tourism at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in Boston on October 16, 2016.
114: The Philosophy of Food
Dwight Furrow, author of American Foodie: Taste, Art, and the Cultural Revolution talks about the philosophy of food .
Inbal Baum, the founder of Delicious Israel, talks about the food scene in her country.
112: Ballpark Food
Bennet Jacobstein, author of The Joy of Ballpark Food: From Hot Dogs to Haute Cuisine, talks to us about what foodies can find at different baseball stadiums around the country.
111: Cajun Food from Lafeyette, Louisiana
Marie Ducote of Cajun Food Tours in Lafayette, Louisiana, tells us about the Cajun food scene. We talk about king cakes, gumbo, and the differences between Cajun and Creole food.
110: Portland, Oregon
Heidi Burnette of Forktown Food Tours in Portland, Oregon, tells us about her food scene. We talk about food carts, merroir, and the fact that real Oregonians don't use umbrellas.
Finally a travel podcast that understands food
We are planning a trip to Miami and this podcast was terrific in giving us ideas on where to eat authentic food as well as helping us understand what the food culture is about. Can’t wait to listen to more episodes.
I love listening to this podcast! It’s always super entertaining and a good way to pass time!
Better than a guide book!
Just listened to the episode on San Francisco and came away with a TON of great ideas for where to eat during an upcoming trip. The interview with Anita Chu was simply excellent. The only other episode I've tried so far was Chicago -- frankly it was disappointing after the SF one, since most of the time was taken up with a relatively uninteresting discussion of the interviewee's business (food tours), and his knowledge of the local food scene in Chicago was pretty pedestrian. But the SF episode was such a knockout,. that I have to assume Taste Trekkers will continue to live up to its five star potential!