Every week on Spilled Milk, writers/comedians Molly Wizenberg and Matthew Amster-Burton start with a food-related topic, from apples to winter squash, and run with it as far as they can go—and, regrettably, sometimes further.
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We're on our annual corporate retreat, vending podcasts and paddling boards to bring you more thoughts and history than you could ever want. We learn about Matthew's time shagging newspapers before we cross the line to receive the key to city and bre... more
We're addressing some childhood fears as we put on our shucking gloves and gather our boppers to chew our oysters. We get a visitor from the 14th century as we discuss frilly bottoms, jingle shells and human garbage piles before forcing ourselves int... more
Today we're long, strong and invasive as we chat about highway berries and blackberries. We get into some complicated botany as we learn about prickles, druplets and the thornless erect before a roll in the hay and meeting some new squiggly, edible f... more
hey guys I'm a foreign listener an this episode cheers me up. you're so cool. Thank you ❤️❤️
The subjects are often fun and enlightening however one must suffer through LGBTQIA2S and extreme left politics way too often for a food podcast.
It’s been a long road with a lot of laughs, but time to say goodbye. I recommend if you’re new to the show, go back and listen thru 2021 or so and call it a day. They barely talk about food anymore, which I could probably live with. But I just can no longer deal with feeling my heart break a little more each episode as I hear them make it clear they are transferring mental disorders on their daughters to satisfy their own woke desires.
I listen to a lot of podcasts. Many for business. Many other genres for pleasure. This is one of my favorite guilty pleasure shows! Anyone who can talk about Box Graters for 44 minutes and manage to entertain, educate, and make me laugh out loud is good in my book! The sound quality is amazing, the chemistry between the co-hosts spot on, and the content always a delightful surprise. Well done! Thank you! Andy.
This was the first podcast I started listening to years ago. It got my through many work days. I stopped listening to it for a couple years and wanted to get back to listening to it. I’m so glad that it’s still going strong and still new episodes! A few I started l, aren’t around anymore. So I hope this one stays around for a long time! I just love listening to it! I’ve learned a lot of new things, even being a culinary school graduate myself.
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Spilled Milk launched 14 years ago and published 621 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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