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551 episodes
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Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?

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The Packed Sardines Episode
These small, oily fish are an important part of the food chain – and local cuisine – wherever they live. Anney and Lauren dip into the biology and history of sardines. See for privacy information.
Induction Cooking: Join the Resistance
These cooktops work by heating not the element under a pan, but rather the pan itself. Anney and Lauren explore the electromagnetic science and history of induction cooking. See for privacy information.
The Martha Stewart Podcast Trailer
She’s done it all. TV, magazines, the web, radio, and more. But you’ve never heard Martha Stewart like this: intimate, in-depth, probing interviews with some of the most fascinating people in the world. Some you’ve heard of — some you haven’t. But they all have an important thing in common: they’re at the top of their fields. And they’ve never encountered an interviewer quite like Martha. Listen here or on the iHeartRadio App. See for privacy information.
Sorghum Syrup: Through Thick and Thin
This sweetener is rare in the United States today, but it’s seen us through any number of times when granulated sugar was scarce. Anney and Lauren dip into the history and science of sweet sorghum. See for privacy information.
On the Air with Mousse
This category of fluffy, creamy dishes can consist of almost anything – but all include air as a main component. Anney and Lauren explore the science and history of mousse. See for privacy information.
The Lowdown on Non-Alcoholic Beer
This category of beverages is often brewed like any other beer, then treated to remove the alcohol while preserving the flavor. Anney and Lauren explore the science and history behind low- and no-alcohol beers. See for privacy information.
The Snappy Green Bean Episode
These bean pods are widely eaten as a vegetable before their beans develop – but how they’re cooked differs just as widely. Anney and Lauren dig into the science and history of green beans. See for privacy information.
The On-the-Ball Onigiri Episode
This Japanese snacking staple can go in lots of directions, but it all starts with seasoned rice. Anney and Lauren fill in the history and culture of onigiri. See for privacy information.
Holly Frey In Conversation With Seneca Women to Hear Winners: Kris McDaniel and Andi Gordon
Holly Frey, host of Stuff You Missed in History Class, sits down with Kris McDaniel and Andi Gordon, two winners of the Seneca Women to Hear: Search for the Next Great Female Podcasters. See for privacy information.
Savor Classics: Eggo Waffles
This brand of frozen, breakfast-oriented foods was the first to make waffles a no-cook convenience. In this classic episode, Anney and Lauren dig into the history and stranger things about Eggo waffles. See for privacy information.
Listener Mail XII: Mailbox of the Past
We turn once again to stories from you, excellent listeners! Spoon collections, Chocobo questions, and celebrations of various kinds feature large in this one – plus, how mispronunciations bring us together. See for privacy information.
The Express Espresso Episode
This form of coffee is highly extracted thanks to the specialized, pressurized-steam process of making it. Anney and Lauren pull out the history and science behind espresso. See for privacy information.

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4.3 out of 5
1420 reviews
Confectionista 2022/04/15
Lamb cake episode
Love this pod- one of my favorites! Your episode on lamb cakes brought back such wonderful memories for me. Growing up in the late 50’s & early 60’s i...
M.Mako 2022/04/14
iHeart radio “professional” ads ruining pod cast experience
I have been a subscriber since the foodstuff days, And find the hosts to be quirky and informative. In short, they have personality. This is diametr...
kbhstl 2022/04/02
Love the show!! You girls work hard on your research and I truly appreciate it! Have you covered lentils as a topic? There are so many! And so many cu...
184!3 2022/03/28
Always a delight!
This podcast is perfect easy listening. Fun subjects, amazing hosts, terrible puns! It’s got it all.
Kiana Karahalis 2021/11/28
I love food, I love learning about food and cooking there is no downside to this, but this podcast has as many opinions as facts which is quite entert...
eus2200 2022/03/06
Savor (Sugar)
Great information. However somewhat turned off with the presentation. While you’re dealing with a serious topic the laughing, joking and cackling is...
giant daughter 2022/01/01
Un engaging
Just listened to the Hot Toddy episode and it seemed like neither show hosts wanted too be doing a show about this drink. Seems like they are just goo...
Hotdawgz 2021/10/16
This podcast is really funny and very informative. I’m a little bummed that yr reviews are 4.3 out of 5, I don’t get it, it’s so good! Also, thanks so...
Accesette 2021/05/06
I’m out
I’ve been listening to this podcast since it’s beginning & I loved it. I never enjoyed they’re interview style but I just skipped those episodes. But ...
Zatman1 2021/04/23
Are you high?
I listen to a handful of food podcasts when I walk. Somehow I stumbled onto Savor and gave it a shot. I thought the first podcast was a exception but ...


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