I've really come to enjoy listening to podcasts whenever doing something not too heavy on the cerebral side (like, say, cooking?). What are some shows you can recommend that would fall under the category of Serious Eats or Drinks?
Personally, I enjoy some of the Heritage Radio Network shows like The Main Course (http://www.heritageradionetwork.com/); the BBC's The Food Programme (http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/foodprog/); the Restaurant Guys (http://www.restaurantguysradio.com/sle/rg/) or the Splendid Table (http://splendidtable.publicradio.org/).
The other day it occured to me that ever since I've gotten into food - cooking, eating, ingredients, the whole shebang - I've mainly looked to other countries; whether it's Italy or India.
My own "heritage", if you will, has been sadly neglected - since German food is heavy on the pork and the fats, that's not without reason. Then again, I think it's time for another or rather a new chance for dishes like traditional Sauerkraut.
With the food world being so global now and recipes from all over only being a mouse click away, is there anything you have so far neglected as part of your culinary tradition? Is there a reason for that, or is it simply that the grass is always more appetizing on the other side?
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