I’d like to take a few minutes to update my readers and listeners on where you can tune in and listen to the Indiana Home Cooks Podcast. I am in the process of making some adjustments to my podcast feed and doing more promotion to grow awareness and listenership of the show.
The new audio home (my podcast hosting site) is now Podbean. You can listen there from your computer or on the Podbean app for mobile devices. If you listen on Podbean, it would help me in the quest for more listeners if you would click the “Follow” button right below the IHC picture logo on the Podbean site or app.
Perhaps the easiest way to hear Indiana Home Cooks episodes is to simply subscribe to the podcast on iTunes/Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music. Virtually every computer, smartphone and smart device has one of those apps already installed. You can click the links I’ve provided in this paragraph and go right to the Indiana Home Cooks podcast page, or you can type “Indiana Home Cooks” into the search bar when you open either iTunes/Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music, and you’ll go straight to the page that way. When you get there, please click “Subscribe.” It’s free to subscribe, you’ll not miss an episode, and it will help me build awareness of the show.
The IHC podcast is available on other apps as well, like Spotify and Stitcher, so if you listen to podcasts elsewhere, look for Indiana Home Cooks and subscribe.
No matter where you listen, please SHARE the podcast with your friends and family. Just click the “Share” button wherever you happen to listen. And please “follow” and “share” this blog. It’s the place for added information and stories from the show, plus recipes and pictures.
A programming note for listeners and readers in the Bloomington, Indiana, area–I’m sharing some of my cooking demos with “Earth Eats,” a program featuring news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture, on Indiana Public Radio WFIU. Earth Eats airs on WFUI2, 101.9FM, Friday evenings at 7:30, and on WFIU, 103.7FM, Saturday mornings at 7:30. Earth Eats is also a podcast from Indiana Public Media, so you can listen even if you are outside WFIU’s coverage area. My demos appear occasionally on Earth Eats, including one this weekend. Let me know if you hear it!
Finally, you can follow and “friend” Indiana Home Cooks on Instagram and Facebook. Between podcast episodes and blogposts, I stay in touch through social media, sharing what I’m cooking or baking and seeing what others are up to as well. Leave a comment or direct message on either Insta or FB, or contact me with the “Contact” link here on the blog. I hope to hear from you soon!