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Bon Appétit Foodcast

By Bon Appétit

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The Bon Appétit Foodcast features interviews with chefs, writers, and well, anyone who has something cool to say about food. Episodes air every Wednesday.

Customer Reviews

Not It

The narrator talks way too fast. He tends to take over the show. He frequently talks over his guests. It’s like the guests have to speed up their speech in order to get a word in edge wise. The topics are okay, and there are some good moments, but this podcast won’t be good until bon appetite gets a new narrator.

Fantastic Food Podcast

One of the best food Podcasts out there. Something an everyday home cook can learn from and relate to. Paints a beautiful picture of how you can improve your skills in the kitchen without getting too technical. Anyone with a love for food will enjoy this Podcast. Adam Rapoport is the perfect host with quick and valuable insight.

Love the podcast...Don't love the host

I love BA the magazine and BA the foodcast - both are an accessible, friendly door into the world of cuisine. I like that I get to hear the voices of the people making the magazine, so I get a well-rounded experience as a reader. I love the advice they give and the interviews. Thumbs up all around.

My biggest problem is with Adam Rapaport. While he seems like an okay guy, he talks over EVERY SINGLE female guest. Whether it be someone he's interviewing or his regular segment with , he always interrupts women more than men on the show. It's very irritating. There's also a subtle pretentiousness to Adam, when he references how much better something tastes in a tiny seatown in Italy than in New York. Like, c'mon dude, most of the people listening to your podcast don't want to hear about all of the marvelous places you've traveled to in your life. It separates me and makes me feel like I'm not rich or fancy enough to be listening. It loses the inclusivity that I usually love about the podcast.


Bon Appétit Foodcast
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  • Category: Food
  • Language: English

Customer Ratings