Archive for June, 2012
Will continues his conversation with Marvin Bindele, executive director of Foodways Texas at UT-Austin. Last week, we talked about what foodways is. For those of you who missed it, foodways is kind of the cultural anthropology of food. In this episode, we get really deep into how the sausage is made, at one point, literally.
Illustration by Russell Tate. Listen to podcast episode 123: “You Are What You Speak” Hey, No Satiation Nation. Welcome to episode 123. I’m Will Burdette, I don’t usually say that because it says it in the intro. I’ve got a great episode for you today. Actually, it will only be great for some of you. [...]
Foodways Texas sticker. Photo by Will Burdette. Listen to podcast episode 122: “What Is Foodways, Anyways?” What is happening, No Satiation Nerd Heard? Had a pretty interesting week, foodwise. The lovely Anastasia had a birthday so we went to Bess Bistro on 6th. It’s supposedly owned by Sandra Bullock, but we didn’t see her sitting [...]
Marvin Bendele schools Will in the ways of foodways. Marvin and Will talk about what foodways is, and what his organization, Foodways Texas, has planned for the upcoming year. (Spoiler alert: barbecue!) Also, Nate Kreuter weighs in on overpriced food festivals in an “Appetizing or Appalling” segment.
A Zagat Hangout on Google + with Chef Tre Wilcox of Top Chef and Village Marquee Grill and Bar gets me thinking about the relationship between making food, working out, and eating well. I try to come up with a healthy, satisfying meal with some super foods. Also, you heard it here first: amaranth is the new quinoa.
Ancho-rubbed turkey meatballs with amaranth kale and corn. Photo by Will Burdette. Listen to podcast episode 121: “What’s For Dinner?” Hey folks. I’m going to push new media into the future and really break new ground with this episode. I’m going to literally talk about what I had for dinner. I’m not going to talk [...]
Listeners get a smattering of food news and juicy tidbits. This episode includes a Chef Hangout with Tyson Cole and Philip Speer of Uchi and Uchiko, a quick stop at the Jester King Craft Brewery, a new cheese shop, Henri’s, and Will’s unconventional experiments with brisket. Also in this episode, a new segment is introduced: “Appetizing Or Appalling” invites listeners to send in their rants and raves related to foodstuffs.
Mini BBT sandwiches with Bleu Mont Cheddar by Will Burdette. Photo by Anastasia Drabicky. Listen to podcast episode 120: “Small Plates” Hey, No Satiation nation. The theme today is small plates, but I don’t mean that literally. I did not go to a bunch of tapas restaurants or anything. There was just a lot going [...]