Archive for July, 2012
We’re talking about the pantry this week. Will gets together with Coye Heard, Eileen McGinnis, and her beau Saul to cook at Coye’s Kitchen Stadium. It’s not a contest. But we did all cook with tons of melons and spices and grains and herbs and sauces from Coye’s well-appointed pantry. Also, hear a bit about the history of pantries, learn how to prepare your pantry for a disaster, and think about donating to to a food pantry.
I know the title is kind of a mouthful, but it’s hard to find just the right phrase for this episode. Will joins writer and Ph.D. Melanie Haupt in her kitchen as she cooks and talks about her dissertation, which is on word-based food communities. She studies cookbooks, food bloggers, and even novels with recipes in them (not a huge genre). Also, Will rants on a grocery store chain in Appetizing or Appalling segment and plays the smooth sounds of “soul food.”
Listen to podcast episode 127: “Creating Community Through Words On Food” Hey, Guys. Great episode for you today. I talk with my pal Melanie Haupt who is a fellow Ph.D. in English at UT with an interest in food. She also writes for the Austin Chronicle, where she has covered music and food. And right […]
How Lazy am I? So lazy I’m literally phoning in the podcast episode this week. I’m not actually that lazy, but I’ve got a lot of non-podcasting stuff going on. Regularly scheduled episodes will resume next week. Not that this means you shouldn’t listen. I still prepared a little something for you.
Sam Raver in front of his Wurst Tex food trailer. Photo by Anastasia Drabicky. Listen to podcast episode 124: “Snakes on a Trailer” Hey, No Satiation congregation. Have I used that one before? I’m not sure how I feel about it. Congregation has a religious feel and I try to get past food dogma on […]