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Name: Sarah

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I’ve wanted to do a food-related podcast for years now and I’m super excited to finally be following through on that idea. Food (and all its related topics) has always fascinated me; even as a kid I was just as likely to be watching a cooking show as I was cartoons (and, for the record, I still watch both avidly). As a “food scholar” I’m particularly interested in food as it relates to culture both as an expression of culture and as the result of culture, but, ultimately, what makes me happiest is being in the kitchen experimenting with new recipes and techniques, working in my garden, and eating with friends and family.

Name: Tim/Timo

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I was born and raised in California, so the sun and outdoors are a way of life. I’ve had a blog for a long time about all my musings and one of the topics that comes up over and over again is food: my garden, the political ramifications, personal health, and, of course, being a California food lover means my interests have spilled over into brewing beer and making wine. Since my wife, son, and I moved into our really old (and really small) house, “homesteading” has been an intense focus of mine. Aside from having to do house maintenance and build custom everything to fit into our little house, our backyard includes a small but varied orchard and a garden that produces a bumper crop of some sort or another every year – both of which take no small amount of creativity to manage and make the most of. We have been trying to learn fast how to can and are actively building libraries of recipes for specific fruits and veggies, which is particularly good news for me as I’ve been a non-religious vegetarian for about a year now (I’m not strict, but I avoid eating meat).

Name: Kevin

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My alter ego is The Grill Sergeant. I love to grill year round and have been known to do so even in three feet of snow because summer-only grilling if for sissies! And, to me, cooking meat anywhere other than over hardwood lump charcoal is a travesty of sacrilegious proportions. I admit, I am a complete microbrew snob and have been reviewing beer for a local market for almost 4 years now. I’ve recently taken an interest in food science, especially how strange combinations can taste amazing, like vanilla ice cream with strawberries and balsamic vinegar. Who knew?

Name: Paul

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I’m a personal trainer and got into the industry about 12 years ago after losing 120 pounds. I tend to look at food from a fitness and nutritional perspective: what’s “healthy”, what’s “clean”, what’s “good for you”. I don’t go into the fad diets (for example, Paleo, carb-free, Atkins, blood type, South Beach); I believe, and coach, that a healthy diet involves a healthy mix of carbs, protein and healthy fats on a consistent basis. I don’t have an independent blog, but I do use Facebook to post recipes for my clients and discuss food topics, for example: healthy eating habits or the benefits and challenges of eating organic/locally grown foods vs conventional and genetically modified foods. At the end of the day, I advocate balanced eating. Eating something “unhealthy” occasionally – maybe once a week – to keep you sane is fine, but do it in moderation and make those calories count. If a slice of chocolate cake is your thing, then get a good slice of chocolate cake, but just one! If cheeseburgers and fries are your weakness, then take the time to make them yourself or go to a good restaurant;don’t waste those calories on McDonald’s or Burger King. Everyone has their weakness. Even me… I would baconate any meal I could.