Eat My Globe

Eat My Globe

Published by: Simon Majumdar
39 Episodes | First Released: Sep 19 '18
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NVLupine
May 12
Rating:   10
Fascinating and Informative

Simon Majumdar does a fantastic job of finding intriguing, fascinating information on what most people would call common ingredients and cuisines. His narration style holds my interest and his puns are perfect.

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tutuyoyo
May 5
Rating:   10
Fascinating Food Talk

I’ll admit that sometimes the subject of the podcast doesn’t sound interesting to me but once I start listening I discover all sorts of information that is fascinating and I pass along to friends and family. They think I’m a treasure trove of food information but it’s actually because Simon Majumdar passes along fun and palatable nuggets of information. One of my favorite podcasts.

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Adrian69690
Apr 26
Rating:   2
Not bad podcast from an annoying character

Nice to see that very annoying and pedantic person who used to me a know it all on various food discussion boards has made something of himself. Ah! Those wonderful days when he would block people on social media for having a different opinion. Podcast not bad though.

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Sue SL
Apr 25
Rating:   10
Great food history

I have always appreciated Simon as a judge on Food Network and I love cooking and history. This show is one of my favorites; I learn a lot and find it very entertaining. It’s good to learn about the history of some of our favorite things.

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NewlyHooked
Apr 18
Rating:   10
Fun Facts

I first learned of the Eat My Globe podcast when Alton Brown posted in Instagram that he would be a guest in the show. I knew if Alton was a fan, then I probably would be, too. Alton is one of the biggest influences on my interest in cooking, food science, and creativity. Simon is now right up there with him. Simon’s delivery of food history & fun facts is creative, lively, and educational. Do yourself a favor and listen!

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pianowulf
Apr 13
Rating:   10
Fantastic Food and History

Simon Majumdar weaves food and history together in a story full of fascinating facts about food. You will learn many things about food that you never even thought of and have a whole different outlook on food when you are done listening.

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Secrets&Cream
Jan 20
Rating:   10
Fascinating!

I have always enjoyed Simon Majumdar’s books, and it is a delight to hear him read in his own voice. Great info as well.

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leahmancl
Dec 17 '19
Rating:   10
Great for foodies!

I saw Alex Guarnaschelli recommend this podcast on Twitter and now I’m making my way up to current episodes from the beginning. I’ve been loving every episode and learning more about the food we all know and love!

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mdsatx
Nov 19 '19
Rating:   10
The AB Pantheon

Wow. I thought the History Channel program “The Food That Made America” was good, but this episode was the truth. Blown away by many of these accomplishments, and am eager to do more research myself. Because it was asked, I’d keep Kellogg off the list purely for where we are today in American culture - *still* working towards acceptance of everyone. While his contribution *was* huge for a very long time, are we still a cereal loving country? Seriously asking. Have cereal sales numbers increased, dipped or stayed the same over the last 2 decades?

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Csteved66
Nov 8 '19
Rating:   10
Fun and informative history of food

Simon has a wealth of information about the history of food, and delivers this information in a fun and engaging way. His podcasts are a great way to learn something new and I always finish listening wishing I was near a restaurant or store!

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