126 episodes

Engage with the food content creators who push the needle forward of what we cook, bake, and drink. The eponymous podcast from The Feedfeed is led by the editorial team behind the world's largest epicurean social media community & crowdsourced publication. Join in for conversations about how we consume food when we aren’t actually consuming it—everything from navigating social media, building, engaging with and growing a community, and producing content that resonates with young and old.

The Feedfeed Heritage Radio Network

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    • 4.9 • 87 Ratings

Engage with the food content creators who push the needle forward of what we cook, bake, and drink. The eponymous podcast from The Feedfeed is led by the editorial team behind the world's largest epicurean social media community & crowdsourced publication. Join in for conversations about how we consume food when we aren’t actually consuming it—everything from navigating social media, building, engaging with and growing a community, and producing content that resonates with young and old.

    Developing Easy & Healthy Recipes with Kalefornia Kravings!

    Developing Easy & Healthy Recipes with Kalefornia Kravings!

    This week on the podcast, we are joined by Caitlin Prettyman aka @Kalefornia_Kravings. Caitlin is the creator & recipe developer behind the very popular recipe blog, Kalefornia Kravings, and is also now a brand new cookbook author! We discussed how she fell in love with developing recipes, what her experience was like writing a cookbook, and much more!

    • 36 min
    Celebrating Vibrant Food with Rick Martinez

    Celebrating Vibrant Food with Rick Martinez

    Rick Martinez is a celebrated cookbook author, New York Times best-seller, beloved cook, and food personality. Rick's Mexican heritage is spotlighted in his cookbooks, TV show hosting gigs, and in his online recipe content. On this episode, we talk about his illustrious career, his future goals, as well as some of his favorite foods!

    • 37 min
    Changing the Ice Cream World with Pooja Bavishi

    Changing the Ice Cream World with Pooja Bavishi

    Pooja Bavishi is the Founder and CEO of Malai, an artisanal ice cream company with flavors inspired by nostalgic, aromatic spices and South Asian ingredients, based in Brooklyn, New York. Pooja founded Malai when she discovered that the same spices of her childhood – such as ginger, rose petals, saffron, and cardamom - could be used to robustly flavor ice creams in a way that she had never tasted before. On this episode, we chat all things ice cream, as well as Pooja's culinary journey and inspirations!

    • 32 min
    Life After Reality Cooking TV with Sydney Buck

    Life After Reality Cooking TV with Sydney Buck

    Sydney Buck is a talented private chef, and owner of BuckWildKitchen - her brand for popups and other culinary work. On this week's episode, we talk about Sydney's time as a contestant on Hulu’s Secret Chef! Sydney loves to lean into Mexican and Asian cuisines, and also has a passion for sustainable and seasonal cooking.

    • 33 min
    All Things Chili Crisp with James Park

    All Things Chili Crisp with James Park

    James Park (aka Jamesy) is a food writer and chili crisp devotee, constantly exploring his identity through Korean cooking. He has gained a devoted following for his inventive recipes, cheerful video content, and infectious love for all things food. On this week's episode, we talk about his brand new cookbook - called Chili Crisp - and why this ingredient is such an important part of his cooking!

    • 37 min
    The Joy of Native American Cuisine With Sean Sherman

    The Joy of Native American Cuisine With Sean Sherman

    In honor of Native American Heritage Month we’re re-running this podcast episode featuring Chef Sean Sherman. Follow him on Instagram @siouxchef or @the_sioux_chef. Sean is an Oglala Lakota Sioux chef who was born on a reservation in South Dakota. He is constantly working toward the revitalization and awareness of Indigenous food systems in a modern culinary context through his cookbooks, restaurants, and more. On this episode, Sean talks about his upbringing, the need for more education and awareness of Indigenous foods, and much more.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

Meg- GroundedNourishment ,

Loving this pod!

This podcast is a foodie's dream! I love hearing from all different chefs on how they create food and the passions that inspire them. I'm already hungry writing this review! Thanks Julie! :)

ltrank ,

Great podcast

I am so excited about finding this podcast! After two episodes, I am hooked. Your style is fun and interesting and the guests are fun too!

shw47 ,

Where have you been❓

This awesome podcast most splendidly completes TheFeedFeed revolution🥊‼️ (Who could of done this podcast better than Jake Cohen....a superb interviewer, mensch in every way, fabulous cook/baker, soon to be cookbook author and all around good guy!)

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