From how a university studies food trends, to pairing food to music, and even a list of superfoods from around the world, geek out over these fun food facts in The Travel Bite Podcast. You can listen to each episode below, or download the shows to your phone using the Podbean Player for iPhone or Podbean on Google Play.
Pairing Food To Music
Ever wonder why food seems to taste better when you’re listening to music? Turns out, there’s a science to that. During this episode, Rachelle chats with Barbara Werner of MusicalPairing.com about how to pair your food to music using a simple mathematical formula. Barbara shares a few of her food-pairing secrets, funny stories, and a fun way for you to try this at home with an app. Barbara’s musical pairing dinners were recently named by Fodor’s as one of the “Top Ten Can’t Miss Pop Up Dinners” and I’m excited to have her featured on the show.
Coffee Flavor Profiles & Trends
During this episode, Rachelle sits down with friends over at Barnie’s CoffeeKitchen to chat about all things coffee — from bean to cup. They discuss the history of coffee, roasting techniques, farming regions, how coffee is flavored, the intriguing peaberry bean, and even ways you can cook with coffee. We’ll also talk about current coffee trends which includes cold brewed nitrogen infused coffee on tap, just like a beer keg.
Fun Food Facts – Superfoods From Around The World
The latest trend in superfoods is a global mix of aromatic spices, hearty legumes, and a few fruits too. Listen in as Rachelle chats with Colman Andrews, Editorial Director at The Daily Meal about 9 trending superfoods and where they’re from.
Become A Fearless Cook
Chef Candace Conley, presenter for eHow and author of The Girl Can Cook, chats with Rachelle about learning to have fun in the kitchen and becoming a fearless cook. From what the pho, to what to do with celeriac, this episode will inspire you to experiment and have fun cooking in your own kitchen.
Food Trends With Professor Leora Lanz
Want some insight into food trends? Listen in to learn about the veggie that’s surpassing kale in popularity, ancient grains, a movement toward exotic spices, and food-on-demand and delivery options. It’s a healthy and delicous outlook to food trends in the new year. During this episode, Rachelle chats with Leora Lanz, Professor of Marketing at the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration about food trends in 2016.