As you can imagine, I spend a lot of time bagging nuts, so one of my favourite things to do is listen to podcasts while bagging, mopping and cleaning shop. I haven't listened to all of these below, but folks are often sending along links to ones that I SHOULD listen to. So, this is an ever expanding list that I add to. It's my resource page that I hope you can get some enjoyment from as well.

Vancouverwithlove has a great vegan podcast that you should check out. She also offers up some delicious recipes that are worth making.

Here's a list of others that all offer something about food:
The Gastropod has a great history about food and the culture of food. I really enjoyed listening to the episode on GARLIC!

If you have seen "Salt Fat Acid Heat" with Samin Nosrat then you will enjoy her podcast HomeCooking as well!

If you struggle to put flavours together and be more of an intuitive cook, then listen here to the Splendid Table.

For a woman-centric focus - women in the food industry Speaking Broadly is a great series.

If you are looking for some comedy around your food, listen to these folks at Off Menu.

• Molly Wizenberg's blog Orangette was one of my favourites back in the day, are blogs still a thing? It seems everyone does Podcasts now. Or posts on Instagram. Anyhow, she does a podcast, Spilled Milk. As with her writing, it is infused with great humour. 

Smart Mouth interviews folks about all things food. It also has a newsletter that goes along with the podcasts if you prefer to read. 

Getting into the history of food? This is a great one to listen to. The folks at The Feast offer up a great journey through the ages as well as around the world.