From the good folks at Heritage Radio:
Kat Kinsman is the Editor of Tasting Table and the author of the upcoming book – Hi, Anxiety – that’s coming out in April. She shares her own history with overcoming anxiety as a New York food writer, and hosts Jacqueline and Ben chime in with how anxiety has affected their dating and dining lives on this episode of Love Bites.
My pal and former colleague Lizzie O’Leary was kind enough to have me on her show, Weekend Marketplace, to chat about the rise in food adventure tourism. Then we ate dried sardines together. (My bit starts around 17:55.)
Via Marketplace Weekend
From the marvelous people at Punch:
Can bar food stand up to large plates? Do restaurants make inferior cocktails? Find out on a brand new episode of PUNCH Radio! Hosts Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau are joined by Tasting Table Editor-in-Chief Kat Kinsman and PUNCH contributor Regan Hofmann. Tune in for an insightful conversation on the current state of bar food and restaurant cocktails.
Life goal achieved, getting to chat on The Splendid Table: Ep. 574: Bulletproof Recipes
Melissa Clark: Why has food become so important to people in the media? What are they looking for?
Kat Kinsman: It’s the only subject that you can cover that absolutely every single person has something to do with. Everybody eats. Not everybody is fetish-y about it, and that’s OK.
I do a little game with myself if I’m traveling. I try to talk to three different people who I’ve never met before. The inroad is always food. Somebody has eaten today. Somebody is thinking about where they’re going to eat. Everybody has a stake in the game.
Read and listen to the rest at The Splendid Table
I had the tremendous pleasure of being a guest on my friend Poppy Tooker’s radio show, Louisiana Eats.
“Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well — all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice.” Damn skippy.
Here’s how that went: Listen
There’s a whole written story and pictures and everything at Eatocracy
(Last segment in the podcast)