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What I Eat When
What do you eat when... you're alone? You're homesick? You're celebrating? What you eat when says a lot about you, about your culture, your taste, your family, and what matters to you. Food is so much more than just fuel, it’s an excuse to express who we are and what connects us. What I Eat When is a Mamamia podcast that’s all about meals, moments, and memories. Every Friday, host Silvia Colloca is joined by a guest to talk about what they eat when, and why. Because every meal tells a story.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 223 ratings
My favourite Friday thing!
I love Silvia’s soothing voice and her love of food. This is such an easy listen, that transports you around the world. 🌏
Naejustine via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/31/21
Absolutely love this podcast- it’s inspiring and entertaining. Besides I could listen to Silvia talk all day! Here’s hoping it continues.
Tatejacobandsam via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/26/21
Love this podcast
This podcast is awesome. It seems to have stopped since the 19th feb though.... please bring it back ❤️💜💞🥰
trishy100 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/11/21
Recent Episodes
What do you cook when you're trying to impress? Matt Moran is one of Australia's best known chefs and restaurateurs, and also happens to be one of host Silvia Colloca's closest friends. In this special episode of What I Eat When, he opens up about growing up on a farm, the dish he cooks when he...
Published 02/18/21
What do you eat when you're missing home? Film actor and food lover Pallavi Sharda opens up to host Silvia Colloca about the recipes she learnt from her mum, what food she missed most when she lived in India, and why she made the decision to go back to her vegetarian roots. Plus, she breaks...
Published 02/11/21
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