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A Song of Ice and Drinking

Live from Reykjavik Teitur Riddermann Schiöth joins the band to talk traditional Icelandic spirits, (mmm, aquavit!) building an iconic bar on the edge of the Arctic circle and what he’s w...

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Laurie Bertram on Iceland's most reluctantly defended tradition

This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal.  Bob Valgenti, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee.

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Naturally Nutty

We've been galavanting for the past month and this week we talk our way around the world: Iceland, Paris, Taipei, Italy, Los Angeles and more!

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Sigurdur Snorrason

The Fuhmentaboudit gang is joined by Sigurdur Snorrason, Co-founder & President of RVK (Reykjavik) Brewing Company.

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Chef Gunnar Gíslason of Agern

On this week's episode of The Line, Eli is joined in studio by chef Gunnar Gíslason.

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Atlas Obscura: Food, Love, and Travel with Ella Morton!

What are our best travel memories with romantic partners? Sexiest? Most frustrating? What part does travel play in our hopeful romantic futures? And what do our desires – highbrow, lowbro...

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Yvonne Horn On The World's Exceptional Gardens

Author Yvonne Horn calls in to tell us about her travels to exceptional gardens around the world, from Macau to Iceland, Germany and England.

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Mead Made Right With Melovino

Mead pioneer Sergio Moutela calls in to talk to us about the challenges and rewards of opening a meadery in New Jersey.

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April Flora Ferments More-a!

On the spring season premiere of Fuhmentaboudit!, Mary, Chris, and Rachel catch up on last weekend's TAP New York Craft Beer and Food Festival, Rachel's sima recipe for Passover, the Ferm...