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Tuesday, May 24, 2005

 

Another tasty podcast: On Food with Hsiao-Ching Chou


Every week Seattle Post-Intelligencer's food editor Hsiao-Ching Chou comes to your iPod with her On Food podcast. Click on the link for a rundown of her interviews and to get her podcasts (you can of course just listen from the web page even without an mp3 player).

This evening we listened to her very first podcast, an interview with Thomas Keller (French Laundry and Bouchon) and Bouchon chef Jeffrey Cerciello. What a fabulous start to the series.

Next, another podcast in which she interviews Giada De Laurentiis, who sounded to me like a Los Angeles kid, maybe 16 years old. I couldn't shake that image, perhaps because De Laurentis spoke about her experiences cooking with her family from the early age of five years old. Afterwards we just had to check out a recent Food Network recording. She looks 24.

Ok, I'm supposed to be interested in her cooking. But such is the magic of podcasting, your imagination is free to roam. I'll be listening to the other On Food podcasts over the next few days, probably starting with Hsiao-Ching's interview with Ruth Reichl, the editor in chief of Gourmet magazine.


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