A Food Travel Podcast
I still love blogging, but more and more, I’ve been enjoying sharing our stories through other mediums. We have over 150 videos on our YouTube channel. We’ve been uploading short videos to our Instagram account.
Now, we’ve launched a podcast to share more of our Adventures in Food, Wine & Luxury Travel. We think this is a way for readers to get to know us better, as we talk in our own voice. We are also interviewing people who we meet along the way, including fellow travel bloggers, chefs, and wine makers. We hope you enjoy our food travel podcast!
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Our first stop on our eating in Athens tour was Seabear Oyster Bar, where we sat down with Chef Patrick, and his partner Peter, about Athens eats.
We showed up in Georgia, as guests of honor at a Macon BBQ party, hosted by a person who claims to make the Best Rub For Your Butt – Mama Honey’s Hiney Rub.
The top of our list of things to do in Memphis was eat BBQ. When researching, one place kept coming up as one of the best Memphis BBQ joints: Central BBQ.
How about drinking down a few pints of Baton Rouge craft beer. That’s just what we did when we met Joe from Southern Craft Brewing Company.
As soon as I bit into the breakfast sandwich at Tiger Deaux-Nuts Baton Rouge, I knew we had to learn the story behind this heaven in Louisiana.
Part 2 with Jay Ducote, the food mayor of Baton Rouge. Our first episode covered Jay’s transition from office worker to food TV, this one is on food travel.
We sat down with Jay Ducote and talked about culinary careers, BBQ, tailgating, craft beer, and how he ended up on the Food Network.
Well, we survived our first American road trip. Six weeks of culinary road tripping around the Southeast US and we are back in Bangkok…exhausted.
During our #USChowDown road trip, we wanted to learn about American craft beer. And, we were schooled in Louisiana, at Parish Brewing Company.
We ate so many great meals in the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Neither of us had ever been to Mississippi before, and we ate great Mississippi Gulf Coast eats.
There is just something about the phrase award winning BBQ. BBQ is some serious business and we talk BBQ with Brad Orrison of The Shed BBQ in Mississippi.
How does the daughter of a professional hockey player begin writing about culinary travel? We talk with Laura from The Culinary Travel Guide.
I knew Annette from her blog, Bucketlist Journey. I did not realize she was married to an engineer, turned chef, and that they run Sugo Trattoria.
During our visit to the Niccolo Chengdu, Chef Olivier Foucke was there for a French food promotion. We talked French classical cooking in China.
We spent this entire food travel podcast episode talking Chengdu spicy food, including the difference between Sichuan chili and Sichuan peppers.
On this week’s episode, we talk craft beer with our resident craft beer experts, Sheila and Evo, of the Opportunistic Travelers
No matter how hard we tried to love France, it just didn’t take. Traveling in France is just not as easy as it’s neighboring countries.
It’s been 4 years since we left the US and we celebrate 15 years of marriage. It’s a week to celebrate 4 years of With Husband In Tow (but really 15).
We talk with Macrae and Carolann from One Modern Couple about some of their strange food experiences on this episode of our culinary travel podcast.
During our week long cruise of the Rhone River with Viking River Cruises, we simply fell in love with the ship’s Hotel Manager, Brian.
I never thought I would love goats as much as I do. And, this week, we are about goats on the blog. Welcome to Goat Week!
We talk with Dara of Fennessy’s Limerick, a fourth generation pub owner, about the history of Fennessy’s, and how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness.
This food travel podcast episode takes place in an actual Czech pub. Yes, there’s some bar noise in the back ground on our Taste of Prague food tour.
After a few weeks of hiatus, we are back with Season 2 of our food, wine & luxury travel podcast!
On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow food travel podcast, we talk adventure with Ric Gazarian of Global Gaz.
On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow luxury travel podcast, we talk luxury travel and Eric’s fascination with amenity kits on airplanes.
On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow food travel podcast, we talk all things Italian cured meat, and send Eric into a veritable hog heaven.
On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow food travel podcast, we become human foie gras, in our favorite place to eat.
On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow food travel podcast, we talk beer. Big beer. And big portions of German food.
Talking Italian Country Resort, Wine, and Zero KM Cuisine with Sara from Corte San Ruffillo
we sat down with Cecilia Wong to talk whisky and wine in Hong Kong, two things that she is passionate about! And, two things we just enjoy drinking.
We enjoyed sitting down with Chef Michael Hogan to talk Thai food and street food in Bangkok.
Part 1 in our series of the best pork dishes in the world, rehashing the stories of the best suckling pig we’ve ever eaten, from Vietnam to Spain and back again.
Imagine Eric’s excitement when he received a simple email from a PR agency: “Would you like to travel to Singapore as a guest of Airbus to attend the Singapore Airshow?”
Join us as we eat the most decadent burger in the world, in the heart of Bangkok. This could get messy.
In episode 7, we chat with Chris and Angela of Tieland to Thailand a travel blog focusing on expat living in Thailand.
In this episode, we get a chance to talk to Mr. Scotty Eddy about our experience in Koh Samui, Thailand when we check out 3 of the most luxurious villas in the island.
In this episode, we sit down with Chef Julian who prepared our food while we’re at Nikki Beach Koh Samui and celebrated National Donut Day.
As 2015 comes to a close, we reminisce about some of the best meals we ate in Europe during 2015.
We talk about a luxury travel experience that we’ve always wanted to experience – riding in a helicopter over Hong Kong!
As 2015 comes to a close, we reminisce about some of the best meals we ate in Asia during 2015.
We answer one of the most common questions we get about traveling, why we left the US in the first place.
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