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The best podcasts about Travel and Food

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Who am I?

I'm a podcast marketer and audience developer with 7+ years of professional work experience in both small-sized businesses and Fortune 100 companies, both in North America and Europe. Highlights of my work include, securing 99.2M downloads for the Cumulus Podcast Network, one of the top podcast networks in the US, as a result of creating, executing, and managing the audience development strategy, and formalizing the identity of the podcast network run by the first multilingual podcast-only services company in Europe, growing the network's audience by +30% in less than 4 months. On a personal level, I love to travel, try new foods in different parts of the world, listen to podcasts (of course), and hike! Traveling is my favorite hobby. At one point in my life, I moved into a tiny-house-on-wheels in order to travel full-time while working remotely. Most recently, I moved from the United States to Italy. I'm very interested in learning about new cultures, including new foods, and I keep this in mind while choosing new travel destinations.

What is my podcast playlist about?

My podcast playlist is full of podcasts that give great, useable information for travelers and foodies like me.

The podcasts I picked and why

1. Travel That Matters

Why this podcast?

I'm passionate about travel and food and this podcast highlights different cuisines from around the world. When I listen, I learn about new foods and get ideas for where. to travel next, all while getting recommendations for where to eat.

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Travel That Matters (named one of the 10 Best Podcasts of 2022 by Men’s Journal) explores the world’s most extraordinary travel experiences and destinations with award-winning editor, writer, and luxury travel expert Bruce Wallin. Bruce’s remarkable guests share inspiring, life-shaping stories about their adventures and cultural explorations, as well as travel tips and recommendations for the best destinations, hotels, restaurants, activities, and more. Their travel tales and insights cover everything from where to find delicious foods and ingredients and the most luxurious resorts and hotels, to the most fascinating modern cultural experiences and historical explorations.

The show’s special Master Chef episodes highlight the travels and tastes of the world’s top chefs, from culinary adventures through Africa with Marcus Samuelsson and exploring remote corners of Japan with Daniel Boulud, to discovering insider spots in Australia with Curtis Stone and relaxing and rejuvenating with Nina Compton on the beautiful island of Saint Lucia, with its stunning beaches and lush rainforests. You’ll even hear stories about great travelers like Anthony Bourdain and get souvenir recommendations, from traditional handicrafts to unique local delicacies.

Episodes of Travel That Matters span the globe, from Sicily, Italy, to Oaxaca, Mexico, to Tel-Aviv, Israel, and beyond. Listeners also learn about the greatest activities around the United States—award-winning wine tasting, the best new restaurants, epic hiking trails, secret skiing and surfing spots, and charming boutiques in places like Healdsburg and Napa Valley (California), Willamette Valley (Oregon), Jackson Hole (Wyoming), and New Orleans (Louisiana).

Listen to Travel That Matters every other Tuesday and gain insider knowledge to impactful adventures, extravagant hotels, top chefs, and secret hideaways, and discover the magic of travel at its very best.

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2. Dinner SOS by Bon Appétit

Why this podcast?

I often find myself cooking the same things. Dinner SOS inspires me to try new recipes. It helps me create more variety in my home cooked meals.

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A last-minute party with no menu inspiration. A kitchen with no space. A toddler who will only eat buttered pasta. Name your dinner emergency—Bon Appétit is here to help. Dinner SOS is the podcast where we answer desperate home cooks' cries for help. In every episode, food director Chris Morocco and a rotating cast of cooking experts tackle a highly specific conundrum and present two solutions. The caller will pick one, cook through it, and let us know if we successfully helped rescue dinner. Call in with your own dinner emergencies—no problem is too big or too small! For the recipes featured in Dinner SOS and more, head to bonappetit.com or download the new Epicurious App in the iOS App Store. You can find episodes of our previous podcast, Food People, here.

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3. Women Who Travel | Condé Nast Traveler

Why this podcast?

As a women who loves to travel, I think the explanation for why I picked this podcast is in the name. It's inspiring to hear stories from female-identifying guests about their travel experiences, and it often gives me ideas for my next adventure.

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Though travel and adventure have historically been publicly claimed by men, women have always been part of those narratives, too. Each week, host and Condé Nast Traveler editor Lale Arikoglu shines a light on some of those stories, interviewing female-identifying guests about their most unique travel tales—from going off-grid in the Danish wilderness to country-hopping solo—sharing her own experiences traveling around the globe, and tapping listeners to contribute their own memorable stories. This is a podcast for anyone who is curious about the world—and excited to explore places both near and far from home. For more from Women Who Travel, visit our website or subscribe to our email newsletter.

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4. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

Why this podcast?

Work by Anthony Bourdain, may he rest in peace, helps me think differently about food and travel. On the podcast, I enjoy learning about culture through ingredients and the history of food.

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One of your favorite series from CNN is now available in your favorite podcast app. Join world-renowned chef, bestselling author and Emmy winner Anthony Bourdain to discover Parts Unknown: little-known destinations and diverse cultures that make our global community more connected. Start from the beginning in Myanmar, and listen through the series conclusion on the Lower East Side in New York City.

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5. Lost Cultures: Living Legacies

Why this podcast?

Lost Cultures offers me unique cultural details about places I've been to and places I dream of visiting one day.

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What happens to a place when the cultures within it change over time? Lost Cultures: Living Legacies, a new podcast from Travel + Leisure, spotlights destinations that have experienced significant cultural shifts throughout history. We reveal how they build upon and complement one another, while preserving their traditions. Through conversations with archeologists, academics, artists, and local members of the communities, we recount the evolution of these enduring cultures from their beginnings to modern day. Upcoming episodes feature the Ainu in Japan, the Maya in Mexico, the Tongva in California, the Nubians in Egypt, and many more. New episodes every Wednesday starting April 19.

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