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Are you searching for the best food around the world? Do you love traveling and drinking fabulous wine? Are you looking for travel recommendations you can trust? Join Amber & Eric as they explore the world in search of Adventures in Food, Wine & Luxury Travel.
 
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For this special edition of Adventures in Wine, David hunkers down with Tom Ashworth over a single (yes, you read that correctly, 'single') bottle of wine: an investment grade Pauillac, Grand-Puy-Lacoste that has lain unopened since 2005. It's a perfectly sumptuous sip, of course, but leaving your wine to languish in the cellar, when it could be fu…
 
Glass is getting more expensive, cardboard's getting costlier, fuel prices are going through the roof and labour is hard to find... On top of that, in 2021, French wine-makers were hit with a Spring frost that wiped out a significant part of their crop. What's left, may hardly make a dent in the market and be markedly more expensive to boot, but if…
 
Rather than blockbuster wines for the main event, Jason’s focus for his Christmas 2020 selection is that stalwart behind the scenes, who’s on kitchen duty while everyone else is on the Jenga and the gin. These are wines, he says, that you should have ‘knocking about it the kitchen’; wines that won’t break the bank and will ease those long hours ove…
 
As bars and restaurants across the U.K. empty, thanks to COVID-19, the recycling bins of the population fill up and none could be fuller than those of Jason and David both, coincidentally, returned from holidays in more benign climes and obliged to quarantine at Her Majesty's pleasure in their respective domiciles. But rather than spend their house…
 
As temperatures (and tempers) heat up during lockdown, we've all learned that wine isn't the only thing that's gotta breathe. For this second socially-distanced wine tasting, however, Jason has lined up a flight of reds, that after a cool start, will simply warm up in your glass. Each made from a single variety grape, they're perfect for summer tim…
 
In what can only be described as a technological breakthrough for our bibulous pair, Jason and David zoom their way through their first socially distanced wine tasting, pulling off the unprecedented feat of opening the same white at the same time for a spot of synchronous sipping. The pandemic aside, with two woke sons on his quaranteam and climate…
 
In this special, holly-decked edition, Jason begins by asking David the obvious question and despite receiving the rather obvious answer, presses ahead regardless with a bumper, eight-bottle sampling of his own Christmas wine choices that is guaranteed to get even the most diehard humbug ding-dong-merrily-on-high.Sure enough, David's soon getting t…
 
After a long summer break, Jason, the man with 'the most embarrassing recycling box in the street,' is ready to pile on even more embarrassment for the furtherance of oenological knowledge and David is more than willing to help him. With their feet firmly under Jason's kitchen table and ISO wine glasses under their noses, Jason whisks the pair of t…
 
2018. How was it for you? The vignerons of France may trumpet it as an historic vintage, but Jason being determined to find out for himself, marshals five newly-minted bottles of white, rosé and red and inveigles the ever-obliging David to figuratively hold his jacket while he gives them all a thorough going over. The Domaine De l'Idylle from the S…
 
David's excitement at another bibulous session, Chez Yapp, is mitigated somewhat by Jason's announcement that the theme for the podcast is small appellations. After his first sip of the morning, however, he realises with great relief, that the next twenty minutes will be more hedonism than hectares. Jean Luis Thiers' St. Peray 'Tranquille' is nutty…
 
In the very teeth of winter, Jason and David battle all the way to the wine cellar in search of bottled sunshine; to Châteauneuf Du Pape, in fact, historical home to the Avignon Popes in exile, a recent ruin, some very big pebbles and thirteen varieties of grape, all of which are permitted into a single bottle of France’s finest and first appellati…
 
In this edition, Jason proposes his line-up for Christmas 2018, while David sits quietly and drinks it all in. First up, is a classy champagne Grande Réserve from Dumangin. This expertly crafted, extra-aged beauty is perfectly nuanced to offset the ennui of kitchen duty. With aromas of stewed bramley apples and brioche, there's no better way to tac…
 
When you're at a party and gingerly negotiating the free-for-all of bottles on the kitchen table, a rule of thumb might be to leave anything with a screwcap until about two in the morning, when you're past noticing and well beyond caring. Jason Yapp, however, would tell you, that the humble cap, perfunctory as it may seem, need be no indicator of q…
 
In David and Jason's latest vinously-centric podcast, Jason makes a case for the viola of the wine world, rosé wine... well, just under half a case, actually, with five sumptuous rosés across the full spectrum of pinks from 'ballet pump' to 'terracotta.' First off is Yapp's own label rosé from the Ardèche, a mid-weight, low-budget, easy access offe…
 
Like a pair of latter day Joris-Karl Huysmans, Jason and David take a trip to the Côte d'Azur, without actually leaving Jason's kitchen table and with nothing but a row of wheelie bins to excite their febrile imaginations, ensconce themselves amongst the yachty folk of the Riviera. Basking in the balmy heat of ever-present virtual sunshine, they si…
 
With more Michelin stars than any other region, it's perhaps unsurprising that Alsace winemakers know how to make a wine that will stand up to the local food. Raclette anyone? Choucroute? Tartiflette? No problem! Leon Beyer have the answer in slender-shouldered bottles of the most carefully-balanced, zesty, floral, spicy wines that will impress eve…
 
Jason and David travel on a bibulous route to the deep south, to Jason's 'happy hunting ground': the Languedoc. Here, though they may be pushed to graze even a goat, vines will pop up through the gravel like daisies and the locals lawlessly blend their bounty with barely a nod to the oenological authorities in distant Paris. With so much variety on…
 
Ding dong merrily, we're high... on Jason Yapp's wine selection for a traditional turkey dinner this Christmas!Jason and David get off to an unexpectedly fizzy start with Wraxall Vineyard's coral pink bubbly from Somerset (of all places), the best way to perk up any kitchen scullion on spud-peeling duty. They follow this with Eric Savaret's Domaine…
 
Late last century, when podcasting was something you might do after shelling peas and hipsters were something you wore on your legs, the English fell in love with Beaujolais and the infamous Beaujolais Run; not because it tasted any good, but because it gave them the opportunity to turn drinking wine into a national sport. Several decades later, it…
 
Jason and David take their palates on an adventure to a land lost in time: the Jura. It's just like Norfolk, only with grapes! They sample the region's idiosyncratic Vin Jaune, a light but rewarding Poulsard, its gutsier neighbour, made from pure Trousseau and a delectable sweet, Vin de Paille, which is over-wintered on beds of straw - all from Jea…
 
Our first stop on our eating in Athens tour was Seabear Oyster Bar, where we sat down with Chef Patrick, and his partner Peter, about the Athens dining scene. We talked about what to eat in Athens, from the high-end dining spots to the greasy spoons. Of course, it took a little more prodding to get the low down on the college dining scene. I wanted…
 
We went to Memphis for one thing really. The top of our list of things to do in Memphis was eat BBQ. When doing our research, one place kept coming up as one of the best Memphis BBQ joints: Central BBQ. We arrived just before lunch time to talk Memphis BBQ with Rodger Sapp, one of the owners of Central BBQ. From his early beginnings, eating BBQ wit…
 
Looking for something to do in Louisiana, before noon, on a weekday? How about drinking down a few pints of Baton Rouge craft beer. That's just what we did when we met Joe from Southern Craft Brewing Company. When he's not a project manager for large oil and gas clients, he's brewing beer, just through the back door of his uniquely located tasting …
 
In the lead up to the #USChowDown, there were was one story we anticipated telling that we were super excited, and a little anxious, about telling. The story is the one that leads us to showing up in Georgia, as guests of honor at a Macon BBQ party, hosted by a person who claims to make the Best Rub For Your Butt - Mama Honey's Hiney Rub…
 
As soon as we bit into the first bit of a breakfast sandwich at Tiger Deaux-Nuts Baton Rouge, we knew we had to learn the story behind this little bit of donut heaven in Louisiana. Jeff of Tiger Deaux-Nuts explained just what was on one of the best breakfast sandwiches we've ever eaten. First off, it included a special sausage, and it was sandwiche…
 
Part 2 of our chat with Jay Ducote, the unofficial food mayor of Baton Rouge. Whereas our first episode talked about Jay's transition from typical office worker to food TV celebrity, this episode focuses on food travel. And, in particular BBQ and food travel. Our chat with Jay quickly turned from BBQ to Louisiana food specialties, including a speci…
 
We sat down with Jay Ducote at Tin Roof Beer in Baton Rouge, over a few dozen craft beers (yes a few dozen). We learned about all of his various culinary careers. And, he is one busy guy. He started his food blog, Bite and Booze, during his daily lunch breaks. The blog started from just wanting to share the stories of the meals he was eating around…
 
We have several weeks of great culinary stories coming to you on the podcast. We've already published a few, but there are more to come. This episode is just an overview of our thoughts on the #USChowDown, and how we are still a little surprised that we survived our first American road trip! #USChowDown was a huge success, even if we returned to Ba…
 
We are craft beer novices, as we’ve mentioned before when we talked craft beer with The Opportunistic Travelers on episode 09 of season 2. But, during our #USChowDown 6 week long US culinary road trip, we wanted to learn as much as possible about American craft beer. And, we were schooled in Louisiana, at Parish Brewing Company. On this week’s epis…
 
We ate so many great meals in our few days exploring the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Neither of us had ever been to Mississippi before, and frankly, as Northerners, we probably carried some preconceived notions of what Mississippi is all about. But, within the few days we spent exploring the best Mississippi Gulf Coast eats, all of these notions were d…
 
There is just something about the phrase “award winning BBQ.” BBQ is some serious business. I’ve seen national competitions on the Travel Channel and always admired the patience that comes from making good BBQ. Sitting down with an award winning BBQ master, in of all places, Mississippi, was like a dream come true. That’s what happened when we met …
 
How does the daughter of a professional hockey player begin writing about culinary travel? After a solo trip to Paris, where Laura learned about French cooking techniques and took classes at the famous French cooking school Le Cordon Bleu, she became more serious about sharing her food travel tips with others. It's one of the reasons why she ultima…
 
We met Peter and Annette during our recent French river cruise with Viking. I knew Annette from her blog, Bucketlist Journey. But, I did not realize that she was married to a recovering engineer, turned chef, and that together they run a successful Italian restaurant in Northern California, Sugo Trattoria. We talk about some of their favorite food …
 
During our recent culinary tour to Chengdu, we met a French chef. Yes, in China. Chef Olivier Foucke has been working at the Marco Polo in Xiamen, China. During our visit to the Niccolo Chengdu, Chef Olivier was there for a French food promotion. Not only did we talk about his French classical cooking background, but what it is like to cook in Chin…
 
I love to bring the heat. It's rare that I eat food that I don't douse in hot sauce and spicy chilis, particularly in Asia. That's why I was so excited to head to Chengdu, the land of spicy food and Sichuan peppers. We spent this entire food travel podcast episode talking Chengdu spicy food, including the difference between Sichuan chili and Sichua…
 
You know it's going to be a good podcast when someone uses the phrase "Alcohol Delivery System." It all started one night at one of our favorite Bangkok dive bars, Jack's, and way too many local Thai beers. It's when we learned exactly how much Sheila and Evo, of the Opportunistic Travelers, are, well, beer snobs. Since that time, I realized that w…
 
We haven't spent much time traveling in France. We've spent lots of time in Ireland, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, but not France. We've dipped our toes into the sea that is France in the past, but never dived deep. It was one of the reasons why were were so excited for our French river cruise. To taste French food, drink French wine, and hang out wi…
 
I can hardly believe it's been four years since we left the US. Even more, I can't believe we celebrate 15 years of marriage in the same week. It's certainly a week to celebrate: 4 years of With Husband In Tow (but really 15) During this week's episode we talk a little less about our food travel experiences, and we get a lot more personal. Yes, we …
 
Canadian travel blogging duo, Macrae and Carolann, have hung with us in Thailand and France. We sit down with them, on a French river cruise, about their traveling experiences, and some of the strange foods they've eaten in their travels. We are Amber and Eric Hoffman. We are food travel bloggers, meaning, we travel on our stomachs in search of the…
 
We chat with Brian on our recent Viking River Cruise about some of his favorite foods, and where to travel for good eats We are Amber and Eric Hoffman. We are food travel bloggers, meaning, we travel on our stomachs in search of the best of food and travel. Not only do we share what to eat and where to eat when traveling, but we like to tell the st…
 
No, we don't talk with some goats, but we talk about hanging out with some goats, in France and the Czech Republic. #GoatLove. We are Amber and Eric Hoffman. We are food travel bloggers, meaning, we travel on our stomachs in search of the best of food and travel. Not only do we share what to eat and where to eat when traveling, but we like to tell …
 
We talk with Dara, the fourth generation owner of Fennessy's Pub, and home to some of the best Guinness in Ireland. For more from the With Husband In Tow Podcast and to see this week's show notes click here: http://www.withhusbandintow.com/s2e03/
 
We talk Czech beer and Czech food with Jan of Taste of Prague food tours, all while sitting in a traditional beer hall. Clinking of glasses will be heard. For more from the With Husband In Tow Podcast and to see this week's show notes click here: http://www.withhusbandintow.com/s2e02/
 
We start Season 2 with an apology, some Arrested Development Quotes, and a sneak peek on what you'll hear on Season 2 of the With Husband In Tow podcast. For more from the With Husband In Tow Podcast and to see this week's show notes click here: http://www.withhusbandintow.com/s2e01/
 
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