Hungry for Words

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

6 episodes of Hungry for Words since the first episode, which aired on September 16th, 2018.

  • S1E6: Joe Ray

    Episode  |  December 12th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  35 mins 43 secs
    joe ray, lummi island, pacific northwest, recipes

    Host Kathleen Flinn talks with food writer Joe Ray about his experience co-authoring the book Sea and Smoke with famed genius chef, Blaine Wetzel, as they sip a most unusual broth.

  • S1E5: Joanne Weir

    Episode  |  November 28th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  48 mins 10 secs
    cookbooks, cooking, food, food shows, joanne weir, recipes

    Host Kathleen Flinn talks with PBS host and cookbook author Joanne Weir about her life as "Kitchen Gypsy," from her early days at Chez Panisse to cooking across Europe to life owning her own restaurant in San Francisco.

  • S1E4: Dan Jurafsky

    Episode  |  November 7th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  36 mins 46 secs

    Host Kathleen Flinn talks food with culinary linguist Dan Jurafsky, author of "The Language of Food" as they nibble on coconut macaroons. Get the recipe and more about Dan on the episode page at

  • S1E3: Darra Goldstein

    Episode  |  October 24th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  47 mins 59 secs
    cookbooks, darra goldstein, food writing, gastronomica, kathleen flinn, russian, scandanavian food

    Host Kathleen Flinn talks with the legendary Darra Goldstein, founding editor of Gastronomica magazine and author about her Scandinavian-focused cookbook, "Fire and Ice."

  • S1E2: Andrea Nguyen

    Episode  |  September 23rd, 2018  |  Season 1  |  48 mins 43 secs
    cookbooks, dumplings, food, vietnamese food

    Host Kathleen Flinn talks to noted Vietnamese food writer and author Andrea Nguyen about everything from dumplings to pho to her dramatic escape from her home country in 1975 at the height of the war.

  • S1E1: Alex Prud'homme

    Episode  |  September 16th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  43 mins 18 secs
    alex prud'homme, food, french, julia child, kathleen flinn, recipes

    Is it true that Julia Child had an existential crisis at one point in her career? And what did she really think about Julie Powell? Kathleen talks with Alex about that, plus the origin of the infamous Dan Akroyd SNL skit, over beouf bourgignon