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Catch up on the FoodCrush podcast: all 10 food- and beverage-filled episodes

It's amazing how time flies! We officially have 10 FoodCrush podcast episodes under our belts and have scheduled at least six more to be recorded and released over the next month or so.

If you're a brand new listener, we'd love to invite you to take some time and listen in. Our goal is to offer up smart food talk, lively debate, good humor and plenty of fascinating conversations with some of the scene's most interesting people. Along the way, we strive to give you fun, engaging content that leaves you inspired, informed and – if all goes well – hungry.

Check them out and tell us what you think!

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Upcoming Episodes

Wisconsin Supper Clubs: A conversation with Ron Faiola
Old fashioneds. Fish fry. Relish trays. They're all part of the classic Wisconsin supper club experience. But where can you find some of the State's most interesting supper club dishes? And how did supper clubs really come to be? We chat with award-winning filmmaker and author Ron Faiola to debunk myths and uncover hidden gems in the supper club circuit.

The lure of ramen: A chat with Chef Gregg Des Rossier of Tochi
The air might be chilly, but the ramen scene is heating up. Today we chat with Chef Gregg Des Rossier of Tochi about the lure of ramen. He'll share tidbits about life as a ramen chef, chat about his travels to Japan and what makes a great bowl of ramen.


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