California Beef Council and iHeartMedia San Francisco announce debut of 12-episode podcast series Feed Me!
The California Beef Council (CBC) and iHeartMedia San Francisco announce the debut of Feed Me!, a new original podcast series featuring tips and tutorials from renowned food and lifestyle bloggers and cooking experts. Hosted by Star 101.3 morning show host Marcus D., the podcast debuted June 25 on iHeartRadio.
The first episode features a conversation with food blogger and cookbook author Whitney Bond about the best "One Pot Wonders" for the summer. Additional season one episodes will include cooking with what's in season, street tacos, hacks for packing your lunch, making margaritas with a tequila mixologist, how to tailgate like a pro, wine pairing basics, holiday entertaining hacks and more.
"Part of what we do at the CBC is provide consumers with recipes and cooking tips," said Annette Kassis, Director of Consumer & Brand Marketing for the California Beef Council and Executive Producer of Feed Me! "We thought, 'what if we brought some great food bloggers, lifestyle experts, mixologists, chefs, wine experts, grill masters and other food enthusiasts together and invited people to listen to the conversation?'"
"We are thrilled to work with the CBC to launch a podcast that creates such a fun, authentic and fast-paced approach to cooking," said Matty Staudt, Vice President, Podcast Programming for iHeartMedia and the Producer of Feed Me! "Marcus D., a food and wine connoisseur, and food blogger in his own right, knows how to talk to the experts and keep things at a level that will hold the interest of a more seasoned cook while not scaring off a kitchen novice."
Season one of Feed Me! features 12 episodes posting biweekly through December. Fans can stream the podcast on iHeartRadio and download everywhere podcasts are available.
Source: California Beef Council