Faye Payne Alexander: The butter's the main thing


It's all in the family this episode, as Amy interviews her beloved grandmother, Faye Payne Alexander, about making buttermints, home ec, and the surprising story of how her great grandparents fell in love.

Greg Phillips: That’s the thing about British food

It's been over 20 years since writer Greg Phillips followed a girl to America. His definitions of home have changed a few times since then, but keeping a box of Weetabix nearby keeps this Brit in good spirits regardless.

Bianca Casusol: To my success!

In this episode, comedian Bianca Casusol shares stories about growing up in the South and returning after years living in Scotland and New York, her love of baking, and her perfect soda pairings.

Victoria Boulousbasis: Knife, fork, spoon and bread

For journalist Victoria Bouloubasis, her work is about capturing the intersection of food, immigration and labor. In this episode, she shares the family stories and personal adventures that inspire that quest and fuel her love of olive oil.

Katy Clune: This is what I call the 9 o'clock show


With parents in the Diplomatic service, Katy Clune grew up traveling the world. Now, she works in cultural communications, as a writer and designer. Listen in for memories of foreign birthdays, startlingly fresh seafood, and a featured performance from Percy the Cat.

First Bite

Welcome to Clarified Butter, the podcast about meals, memories and milk fats. Join host Amy Allen as she talks to funny and fascinating people about the food they love and make and share and even the food they refuse to share.