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Tuesday
Jun082010

Cake Byte: You Must Listen to Spilled Milk

Now, you know that I don't want to tell you what you should and shouldn't do.

But.

You really, really, must listen to my favorite podcast, like, ever: Spilled Milk.

It is a podcast collaboration between two famous foodies in the Seattle area: Matthew Amster-Burton (author of Hungry Monkey: A Food-Loving Father's Quest to Raise an Adventurous Eateramusing Twitter-er, and like, totally a customer at my shop) and Molly Wizenberg (of Orangette, Bon Appetit, A Homemade Life, and Delancey fame), who do a weekly feature in which they fearlessly tackle a particular food subject-- alternately talking smack, cooking, and on special occasions, they even start fires.

Of course, as you might imagine, my favorite 'casts have been the ones where they delve into the world of sweets: most notably Milkshakes, Junk Food, and Rhubarb. But really, they're all worth a listen. And I wasn't surprised when Sur La Table started sponsoring them.

Why not listen now, so when it becomes really big and famous you can say in a world weary way "I liked it better before it was really big and famous"?

And even though one of the 'casters is one of my customers, I'd totally say this about Spilled Milk even if he wasn't. Well, probably. 

Check it out here.

Reader Comments (1)

This sounds really cool! Subscribing, right away :D

June 9 | Unregistered CommenterWei-Wei
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