Posts tagged food is the new rock

This week’s podcast is OG food/music pioneer… 

LISA LOEB

Most people remember Lisa from her song “Stay” on the Reality Bites soundtrack. But those of us who are into food just as much as we’re into music remember her from her show on the Food Network with Dweezil Zappa. Since then she’s made more music, started her own eyeglasses line (of course), and released a series of children’s books and CDs. And, naturally, she still obsesses about food. We talk to her about her favorite restaurants in New York, L.A., Providence and Boston, plus she brought us doughnut cupcakes, and we brought her homemade almond butter and Chez Pim jam. And at the end of the podcast Lisa tells us about the benefit that happened in Vegas for Chef Kerry Simon in February, who was recently diagnosed with MSA. (You can get more details about how you can help fight the disease at https://www.keepmemoryalive.org/)

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Thanks to Flavour Gallery for featuring our shirts in their monthly email! Of course you already have one so this info is useless to you, right?

Thanks to Flavour Gallery for featuring our shirts in their monthly email! Of course you already have one so this info is useless to you, right?

This week’s podcast guest is folk-pop singer/songwriter

BRETT DENNEN

who’s big into superfoods.  We also talk gargling with coconut oil, vegan chocolate, and sushi recommendations (he does eat fish). There’s also the wilderness survival section of the program where we talk about foraging for shitberries and salsa bird droppings.   

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Food is like the new rock and roll, the really dangerous people are cooks like Nigella. Us pop stars are lightweights.
Boy George in the London Evening Standard

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Our Top 5 most downloaded podcasts of 2013
Tenacious D (link)
Local Natives (link)
Nathan Followill (from Kings of Leon) and Jessie Baylin (link)
Yo Lengo (w/ danish) (link)
Chris Cosentino (link)
Hear us reminisce about 2013 in our end of the year mini podcast/Holiday message. Download it now on iTunes or stream it below… 

Our Top 5 most downloaded podcasts of 2013

  1. Tenacious D (link)
  2. Local Natives (link)
  3. Nathan Followill (from Kings of Leon) and Jessie Baylin (link)
  4. Yo Lengo (w/ danish) (link)
  5. Chris Cosentino (link)

Hear us reminisce about 2013 in our end of the year mini podcast/Holiday message. Download it now on iTunes or stream it below… 

Just added this to our already stacked holiday prize pack. Like us on Facebook and sign up for our newsletter to enter to win.

Just added this to our already stacked holiday prize pack. Like us on Facebook and sign up for our newsletter to enter to win.

Sign up for our email newsletter and you’ll be automatically entered to win this pack of signed cookbooks from past podcast guests!

Sign up for our email newsletter and you’ll be automatically entered to win this pack of signed cookbooks from past podcast guests!

I bet a chef could get more pussy than a guitar player right now.

This week’s guest is the talented and beautiful…

Noelle from FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS!!! 

A self proclaimed tambourine ninja, and a force on stage, she’s also an eating machine who enjoys the dining out while on tour.  She tells us where to get the best shrimp and grits, the craziest burger she’s ever eaten, and the secret ingredient in her fried chicken.  Plus we reminisce about the meal we had together at the hands of Chef Jamie Bissonnette- last week’s podcast guest.

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