It’s hard to believe that it’s been like two years since I did a post about podcasts that I’ve been listening to.
Well, it’s clearly time for a refresh, as I’ve got a group of new and great podcasts to share with you.
I am loving the variety out there with podcasts, and each one serves a different purpose whether it’s helping me find blogging ideas, figure out this week’s meal plan, write a thank you note or start a new creative venture.
So, here are my current top podcasts that I really think you should check out:
I’ve been hooked on this one since I started listening six or eight months ago. “It’s not for foodies, it’s for eaters” is the tagline, which basically means that you don’t have to know everything about food to listen or enjoy. I love Dan’s style of interviewing and whimsical take on eating.
This podcast has been a staple for me on my 40-minute commute to work. Dan and Lizzie Post (great grandchildren of the infamous Emily Post) dole out etiquette advice and answer listener’s questions on daily manner dilemmas. I find they answer quite a few of my questions and take on life’s little conundrums with grace and humor.
The Bon Appetit Foodcast is one that I download immediately when I see there is a new episode. Host Adam Rapoport does a great job of interviewing top chefs and others in the food world, and this podcast is a great source for new cooking ideas (from the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen). The episodes with Nigella Lawson and Yotam Ottolenghi are some of my faves.
This is a new podcast on the scene and aims at inspiring creatives. It also happens to be hosted and produced by my talented brother-in-law, Mike. He does a great job of interviewing creatives from all types of backgrounds and talents, then he distills their advice and experience into helpful tips for listeners.