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10 Culinary and Fine Dining Podcasts

10 Culinary Podcasts that Bring the Fine Dining Experience Home

June 18, 2021 by

By: Lucy Jung By: Lucy Jung

best culinary and fine dining podcasts

You’ve probably listened to podcasts about the stock market and current events, true crime dramas, ancient history and fictional fantasies, but have you ever listened to podcasts from the culinary world? If you're a fine food lover, YouTube recipes and Food Network favorites are just the beginning, and the world of podcasts offers a host of gastronomic content you can access online.

If you think food-related content requires visuals to get your mouth-watering or convince you to try out a recipe, think again! On top of everything you watch, podcasts can bring your culinary game to the next level.

From detailed recipes and food hacks, to personal stories about renowned chefs from your favorite restaurants, these podcasts are sure to draw you in, whether or not you have prior knowledge about the subject. We promise that even without photos, you’ll be able to imagine the delectable desserts and delicious meals they talk about.

If you’re convinced, put these podcasts on your list, and if you can’t believe it, listen for yourself to find out!

See also: 10 Fine Dining Cookbooks to Make Any Home Chef a Pro

Home Cooking

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Samin Nosrat (@ciaosamin)

Some of you may have already gone through the baking craze stage of quarantine, but when do we not need simple recipes at hand? Home Cooking is a podcast by chef Samin Nosrat and host Hrishikesh Hirway. Although it began as a place to talk about home cooking (hence the title) during COVID-19, this podcast has legs to live far beyond the pandemic, teaching you how to cook with every weird little ingredient that lives in your pantry or fridge. For amateur chefs or college students who need help, Home Cooking has got you covered.

Apple Podcasts

Biscuits & Jam

Mmmm. Even the title of this podcast gets you craving biscuits on the side, right? From Southern Living, Biscuits & Jam covers celebrity musicians from the South, narrowing in on their experience with food. Just talking about comfort food will warm your soul, and the stories about family meals and traditions will warm your heart. If you are a Southern food fanatic, this will be a great listen, and for anyone who wants to give Southern food a go, Biscuits & Jam will help you get started.

Apple Podcasts

The Kitchen Counter

If you need someone to take you through each small step in the cooking process, The Kitchen Counter is the podcast for you. No more going back and forth looking at the YouTube video while you prepare the meal. Host Roger Anderson will hold your hand from the moment you pull out a knife to prepare the ingredients until the dish is on the dinner table. If there's a recipe you've wanted to cook but were afraid to try, get started with the Kitchen Counter tonight and channel the inner chef in you.

Apple Podcasts

Proof

Mystery podcasts, but about food? Sign us up! Proof is a podcast presented by America’s Test Kitchen, and it discusses mysterious stories behind food or food-related events. These stories will help you realize that there is more to food than eating. Listen to all the juicy backstories of food history, learn about the story of baloney in Bologna, dive into the bowl culture, the history behind ketchup and beyond.

Apple Podcasts

Green Eggs and Dan

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Dan Ahdoot (@standupdan)

Yes, you read that right. Not Green Eggs and Ham, but Green Eggs and Dan. Comedian and actor Dan Adhoot focuses on one thing for each episode of this hilarious podcast: other people’s refrigerators. He goes through each ingredient and product he finds. After one episode, you’ll realize you never knew you needed information about what you can find in your favorite celebrity’s fridge, but you’ll find yourself returning for more.

Apple Podcasts

See also: Cook Live Alongside Food Network 'Chopped' Champs with Peppr Virtual Classes

The Splendid Table

If one day you want to learn about sandwiches, and another day you feel like listening to someone talk about the history of your favorite condiment, The Splendid Table has it all. Food journalist Francis Lam goes in depth about any food-related topic you could imagine. For big foodies who crave knowledge, The Splendid Table will please every palate.

Apple Podcasts

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

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A post shared by Jessie Ware (@jessieware)

Join host Jessie Ware and her mother, chef Lennie Ware, at their dinner table to have a chat about food and family. Unlike your typical podcasts, you might feel you’ve joined a real family meal. The topic can jump from food to personal information to politics to music, but that’s what chatting is all about. If you’re in for a conversation, check this podcast out!

Apple Podcasts

The Line

We love learning about different dishes and how to make them, but we sometimes wonder how a chef came to be. While you enjoy your favorite dessert or eat out with your family, you might find yourself wondering: What is it like to become a chef? What must one do to become a chef, and how did they get where they are today? Host Eli Sussman and his guests will answer all your curiosities.

Apple Podcasts

The Doctor’s Kitchen

Food plays a crucial role in staying healthy, and there's a delicate balance between what nutrients you need more of, and what ingredients you could cut down on. Sometimes, health websites don't give you the details you need, but Dr. Rupy Aujla teaches you the basics of staying healthy with food, because you can’t be too informed when it comes to taking care of yourself. In the end, you'll learn how to eat, feel, and live better.

Apple Podcasts

Table Talk

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Chowhound (@chowhound)

You might not see it before your eyes, but the culinary realm involves far more than a chef and food connoisseurs. There’s that person who photographs for the New York Times food section, veganism advocates, and stars from the Great British Bakeoff. Host Hana Asbrink, the Executive Editor of Chowhound, talks to guests renown in their food-related field, chef or not. There may be names you have not heard before, but once you hear stories about their experience with food, you just might find yourself watching YouTube videos and cookbooks by the guests on the show.

Apple Podcasts













10 Culinary Podcasts that Bring the Fine Dining Experience Home

June 18, 2021 by By: Lucy Jung

best culinary and fine dining podcasts

You’ve probably listened to podcasts about the stock market and current events, true crime dramas, ancient history and fictional fantasies, but have you ever listened to podcasts from the culinary world? If you're a fine food lover, YouTube recipes and Food Network favorites are just the beginning, and the world of podcasts offers a host of gastronomic content you can access online.

If you think food-related content requires visuals to get your mouth-watering or convince you to try out a recipe, think again! On top of everything you watch, podcasts can bring your culinary game to the next level.

From detailed recipes and food hacks, to personal stories about renowned chefs from your favorite restaurants, these podcasts are sure to draw you in, whether or not you have prior knowledge about the subject. We promise that even without photos, you’ll be able to imagine the delectable desserts and delicious meals they talk about.

If you’re convinced, put these podcasts on your list, and if you can’t believe it, listen for yourself to find out!

See also: 10 Fine Dining Cookbooks to Make Any Home Chef a Pro

Home Cooking

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Samin Nosrat (@ciaosamin)

Some of you may have already gone through the baking craze stage of quarantine, but when do we not need simple recipes at hand? Home Cooking is a podcast by chef Samin Nosrat and host Hrishikesh Hirway. Although it began as a place to talk about home cooking (hence the title) during COVID-19, this podcast has legs to live far beyond the pandemic, teaching you how to cook with every weird little ingredient that lives in your pantry or fridge. For amateur chefs or college students who need help, Home Cooking has got you covered.

Apple Podcasts

Biscuits & Jam

Mmmm. Even the title of this podcast gets you craving biscuits on the side, right? From Southern Living, Biscuits & Jam covers celebrity musicians from the South, narrowing in on their experience with food. Just talking about comfort food will warm your soul, and the stories about family meals and traditions will warm your heart. If you are a Southern food fanatic, this will be a great listen, and for anyone who wants to give Southern food a go, Biscuits & Jam will help you get started.

Apple Podcasts

The Kitchen Counter

If you need someone to take you through each small step in the cooking process, The Kitchen Counter is the podcast for you. No more going back and forth looking at the YouTube video while you prepare the meal. Host Roger Anderson will hold your hand from the moment you pull out a knife to prepare the ingredients until the dish is on the dinner table. If there's a recipe you've wanted to cook but were afraid to try, get started with the Kitchen Counter tonight and channel the inner chef in you.

Apple Podcasts

Proof

Mystery podcasts, but about food? Sign us up! Proof is a podcast presented by America’s Test Kitchen, and it discusses mysterious stories behind food or food-related events. These stories will help you realize that there is more to food than eating. Listen to all the juicy backstories of food history, learn about the story of baloney in Bologna, dive into the bowl culture, the history behind ketchup and beyond.

Apple Podcasts

Green Eggs and Dan

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Dan Ahdoot (@standupdan)

Yes, you read that right. Not Green Eggs and Ham, but Green Eggs and Dan. Comedian and actor Dan Adhoot focuses on one thing for each episode of this hilarious podcast: other people’s refrigerators. He goes through each ingredient and product he finds. After one episode, you’ll realize you never knew you needed information about what you can find in your favorite celebrity’s fridge, but you’ll find yourself returning for more.

Apple Podcasts

See also: Cook Live Alongside Food Network 'Chopped' Champs with Peppr Virtual Classes

The Splendid Table

If one day you want to learn about sandwiches, and another day you feel like listening to someone talk about the history of your favorite condiment, The Splendid Table has it all. Food journalist Francis Lam goes in depth about any food-related topic you could imagine. For big foodies who crave knowledge, The Splendid Table will please every palate.

Apple Podcasts

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jessie Ware (@jessieware)

Join host Jessie Ware and her mother, chef Lennie Ware, at their dinner table to have a chat about food and family. Unlike your typical podcasts, you might feel you’ve joined a real family meal. The topic can jump from food to personal information to politics to music, but that’s what chatting is all about. If you’re in for a conversation, check this podcast out!

Apple Podcasts

The Line

We love learning about different dishes and how to make them, but we sometimes wonder how a chef came to be. While you enjoy your favorite dessert or eat out with your family, you might find yourself wondering: What is it like to become a chef? What must one do to become a chef, and how did they get where they are today? Host Eli Sussman and his guests will answer all your curiosities.

Apple Podcasts

The Doctor’s Kitchen

Food plays a crucial role in staying healthy, and there's a delicate balance between what nutrients you need more of, and what ingredients you could cut down on. Sometimes, health websites don't give you the details you need, but Dr. Rupy Aujla teaches you the basics of staying healthy with food, because you can’t be too informed when it comes to taking care of yourself. In the end, you'll learn how to eat, feel, and live better.

Apple Podcasts

Table Talk

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Chowhound (@chowhound)

You might not see it before your eyes, but the culinary realm involves far more than a chef and food connoisseurs. There’s that person who photographs for the New York Times food section, veganism advocates, and stars from the Great British Bakeoff. Host Hana Asbrink, the Executive Editor of Chowhound, talks to guests renown in their food-related field, chef or not. There may be names you have not heard before, but once you hear stories about their experience with food, you just might find yourself watching YouTube videos and cookbooks by the guests on the show.

Apple Podcasts