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The Feed Podcast

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Chicago Chef/Restaurateur Rick Bayless and award-winning food journalist Steve Dolinsky have known each other for 20 years, and now they’re teaming up to tackle everything from food trends to seafood sustainability on The Feed. Jump around the globe each episode as they teach you how to make delicious dishes like ramen and Korean fried chicken, with amazing guest chefs to guide you along the way.

Customer Reviews

Pretty Good

Having tried a number of food-related podcasts and been mostly dissatisfied, I'd say this one is quite tasteful. The format is nicely polished and listenable, and, above all, it delivers on content. Podcasts, and other forms of food media, tend to skew too dramatically toward pretense and fussiness or to slip-shod, uninformed... (?) populism. Here, I think they strike a good balance.

I also like that they don't neglect food's relationship to environmental or personal well-being -- because it's important to consider and understand those issues -- but don't get carried away with gloominess or prohibitions.

One kind of odd thing is that I've always had a preconception of Rick Bayless as a really soft-spoken, intellectual kind of guy, and yet his contributions here come off fairly abrasively. It may be a mere fluke of editing, but from calling the opinions of the featured seafood experts over-complicated, to whining about his distaste for cardoons or celeriac, to making a somewhat ungracious joke about Wilco stealing small wares, his editorializing and commentary was sufficiently jarring to give me pause and think "huh, maybe Rick Bayless is kind of a douche bag." Which is okay -- a sweet disposition and pensive demeanor are generally counter-indicative of success as a restauranteur -- just a little unsettling for me in this instance.

Terrific podcast!

I am loving these podcasts - so entertaining yet also informative and relevant.

I'm also happy for another media outlet to hear from Rick Bayless; I am a huge fan of his show "Mexico: One Plate at a Time" and his cookbooks. One day, I hope to visit his restaurants in Chicago. In the meantime, I am enjoying listening to The Feed. Fantastic!

Great quality, content and history

The audio quality and editing on this podcast is top-notch.

The Japanese segment provided history, tips, and some great know-how. What an awesome piece of culinary journalism.

Episode 2 also dives right in there, making you hungry and intelligent at the same time.


The Feed Podcast
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  • Category: Food
  • Language: English

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