Food Geeking – Show #1: And They’re Off!

Originally posted May 19th, 2007 by Tim Adamec

Join Kris and I for the first episode of Food Geeking. Topics for this show are:

  • Introductions
  • Upcoming Segments
  • Can Aaron Cook It?
  • Structure vs. Spontaneity
  • Bacon Fat Is Food?

Show Recipes

  • Cheesecake, provided by Kris
  • Cheese Beer Soup, provided by Tim
  • Pasta Puntanesca, provided by Tim to be cooked by Aaron.
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One response to “Food Geeking – Show #1: And They’re Off!

  1. Previous Comments:

    At long last…
    Submitted by Geistbear on May 19, 2007 – 11:09pm.

    Downloaded, now to listen

    Firstes! 11pm on a Sat, yeah Food Geek here ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Thomas from Flagstaff

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    Submitted by CarrieP (not verified) on May 21, 2007 – 5:48am.

    Was out of town at a wedding this weekend, but what a nice surprise for a Monday! Will post again after I’ve listened…

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    Nice 1st Course!
    Submitted by JustaJ0e (not verified) on May 22, 2007 – 6:03pm.

    Good job guys.

    Smooth sound and solid content.
    By the end of the episode you had made me hungry AND have me interested in trying to cook – so I’d say the show’s a success!

    I look forward to the next Course. ๐Ÿ™‚

    JustaJ0e

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    Yeah!!! I’ve been waiting
    Submitted by Fiona (not verified) on June 6, 2007 – 9:00pm.

    Yeah!!! I’ve been waiting for this to happen. Geeks and food are an excellent combo. I have a recipe for cookies you might like. We call them Trollhouse since my husband is known by our friends as Ogre and I am Fiona (Shrek fans). Take the basic Nestle Tollhouse recipe and instead of mixing in just chocolate chips and nuts, mix in 1/3 cup dark cocoa powder with the flour mixture, or stir in a mixture of different chips and toffee bits, or whatever comes to hand while your mixing. We’ve added in chocolate syrup, alcohol (Kahlua rocks), and chopped candy bars. When the dough is ready drop by serving spoon-size scoops onto greased baking sheet and bake at 325 for about 10-15 minutes, might take longer in different ovens. These cookies are great movie theater food. They’re easy to smuggle in and last well. Hope you like. All of our friends get these gifts.

    Fiona

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