The Feed Podcast (Episode 11)

On this show, Steve, Rick & Lindsey discuss the cost/benefits of pay-for-reservation services, then Steve reports on Lima’s burgeoning food scene. Rick invites chef Todd Stein to a Blood Orange Challenge, to see if they can come up with some delicious in 15 minutes or less. Steve tries to convince Rick that cynar is great for an aperitif as well as a cocktail; the guys talk with The Globe and Mail’s Chris Nuttall-Smith about where to eat in Toronto, then ask The L.A. Times’ Restaurant Critic Jonathan Gold what’s good to eat in L.A. For a Final Bite, Steve heads to Shaw’s Crab House in Chicago, to see how they make their famous clam chowder. Click here to listen.

1 Comment

  1. Karen Henley

    February 19, 2016 at 5:56 pm

    Love The Feed podcast, and everything Rick Bayless – I’m not a Chicagoan but still enjoy the show. I wanted to comment though – Rick says in the Swiss chard challenge that Swiss chard is a member of the brassica family. It is not. It’s actually related to the beet, and if you are a gardener this fact is obvious when you look at the similarities of the seeds of these two vegetables.

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