Something to Eat and Something is a podcast about cooking and reading, and reading about cooking. Hosted by food writer Sophie Hansen and Bibliotherapist/Psychotherapist Germaine Leece; we believe that you should never go anywhere, or for too long, without something to eat and something to read. So every episode we’re going to dive into a book we’ve both read and talk about the ’shape’ it left on both of us. And because this is a podcast about reading about cooking; these books will all have a strong connection with food (of course). Part two will be the listener letter which we’ll select then read out loud. Germaine will prescribe a book and I’ll recommend a recipe. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoy putting it together for you, Sophie and Germaine x
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Welcome back! It’s been a longer than expected break between episodes but we’re back and we have A LOT to talk about. Mostly, of course, to do with food, food in books and caring for each other through food. Our book this episode is the extraordinary... more
Hello and welcome back to Something to Eat and Something to Read, and happy new year! more
This is a conversation about the solace and joy that reading and cooking can bring us. About comfort reading, re-reading, and a favourite book of ours, Elizabeth Jane Howard's The Light Years. more
Talking about books and food is my idea of the perfect conversation and with this podcast I felt so included. The hosts are delightful and the content is interesting and entertaining. It left me feeling uplifted and inspired. Thank you ladies, I am looking forward to the next episode.
Loving the book reviews & the tie in with meals and recipes. Easy to listen to and inspiring to get in the kitchen, off the screen & into a book. Thanks for the notes & all the links.
Just listened to the second episode and was so grateful I came across this lovely podcast. Food, cooking, books are all so important to me ….added bonus was the focus on relationships which provided a balm for a situation I am currently traversing. I am looking forward to being part of this community and the next episode. Thank you!
Just came back from walking the dog, feeling like I have just had a chat with friends about two of my favourite things to do - read and cook/eat. Fabulous.
Really loved the first episode, can’t wait for more :)
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Something to Eat and Something to Read launched 9 months ago and published 8 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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