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Listen Up! Cooking By Podcast

09 September 2018  

Cooking podcasts? Shouldn’t there be pictures or something?

This week we have been drinking from a figurative fire hose in order to find some sweet podcasts to make your tastebuds and earbuds smile. This topic is so broad that we have had to narrow it down a bit. So, we’ve left out some of the podcasts that are exclusively nutrition based, and are too broad, or to narrow. Should get us to few that are just right. This one is already begging for a sequel, so we would love to hear if there are some other favorites out there.

Cooking Everything Outdoors Podcast

Cooking-Outdoors with Gary House, is a primal cooking show glorifying outdoor cooking. If your idea of the culinary arts, involves in a desire to commune with the ancient forces of fire, and the lost outdoors, this is for you.

Cooking-Outdoors was established in 2008 and just keeps growing. Gary is the host of “Cooking Everything Outdoors” featured on iTunes and YouTube and regularly featured on the Outdoor Cooking Channel, TMP Outdoors and Country TV, New Zealand. He has judged many cooking competitions including the World Championship Dutch Oven Competition in Utah. Here at Cooking-Outdoors you will learn everything you need to know, and then some, about grilling, true BBQ, Camp-style cooking and Dutch oven cooking. He shares with you some delicious recipes, tips, techniques and his own secrets to creating the best food you have ever had. This is a video podcast, so you can see every step. He loves to cook outdoors and is always coming up with new recipes and techniques that you are sure to enjoy.

Available at iTunes and YouTube

The Kitchen Counter

For a home cook who is starting to adventure in the kitchen, the Kitchen Counter might be the resource that you need. With a variety of recipes, and guests, host Roger will take you through the techniques and trails of making a great meal. Perhaps you are even wondering if you are cut out for cooking at home (hint: you definitely are), or maybe you feel like you don’t have the time or the know-how. Don’t worry, The Kitchen Counter is there for you.

Available at iTunes and

Cookery by the Book

Coming from the West Village in New York City. Suzy Chase brings out cookbooks and authors to discuss their stories and recipes. A long list of long form interviews and topics, that cover the ground all the way from Korean BBQ to Indian Dosa. This is an eclectic collection that can bring cultures, and food, and ideas, and simmer them all together. This would be perfect to have on, while you're drinking a cup of coffee at your kitchen table and planning your meals.

Available at iTunes, and

The Gastropod Podcast

And now for something completely different. Every two weeks Co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up an episode that looks at the history and science of food. Each episode looks at a different food and/or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers. They interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to understand the world through food. If you want to dig a little deeper into the world of fascinating foods, this could feed your interest.

Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, or at

Cooking by Ear

Host Cal Peternell, believes you can cook. He would know. He taught Martha Stewart about Tokyo Turnips, trained a new generation of Chefs, and served a host of celebrities. All while presiding as the Head Chef at the world-renown Chez Panisse Restaurant in Berkeley, California. He also is a New York Times best selling author, winner of the IACP Award, with a new book coming out in the Fall. He and his guests can get a little salty. But he will talk you thru great recipes and throw in a few tricks that will make you a more knowledgeable cook.

Available at, iTunes