Not sure what to make for dinner? Need some inspiration?
Join me, Gabriel Soh, and my food hero guests on The Dinner Special podcast. Follow along as we chat about their happiest food memories, a dish that is special to them and how we can make it at home, and their favorite things inside and out of the kitchen.
We all know and love Jamie Oliver, Ina Garten, Anthony Bourdain, Nigel Slater and Nigella Lawson (and the list goes on…), but for me, I’ve found so much enthusiasm, creativity, and passion in the food heroes I’ve been lucky to chat with and those I’m hoping to talk with.
Who are my food hero guests? Well, they are food bloggers, cookbook authors, chefs, TV food personalities, food photographers, food stylists, bakers and entrepreneurs. But, above all, they’re cooking teachers.
Food hero guests include: Claire Thomas of the Kitchy Kitchen and Food for Thought, Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala of The Incredible Spice Men, Jaden Hair of Steamy Kitchen, Marisa McClellan of Food in Jars, Ashley Rodriguez of Not Without Salt, Eva Kosmas Flores of Adventures in Cooking, Karen Chan of HonestlyYum, Jordan Reid of Ramshackle Glam, Katy Atlas of Sugarlaws, Alanna Taylor-Tobin of The Bojon Gourmet, Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat, Phoebe Lapine of Feed Me Phoebe, and Adrian Richardson just to name a few!
Since I started talking with them, I’ve found that they're an awesome resource for discovering new food blogs, websites and cookbooks, some of which I totally love now but would have no idea even existed if they didn’t recommend them. I’m also learning alot of helpful kitchen tips and tricks. It’s been such a fun and inspiring experience!
I hope The Dinner Special podcast will be the same for you!
So, whether you’re a home cook who’s a pro in the kitchen, someone where cooking is a routine and chore, or somewhere in between, my goal is to introduce you to food hero guests who’ll give you tips to become an even better home cook, the inspiration to try something new, and bring fun back into cooking.
I look forward to having you join us.
I try to put together the best show I can each and every time. My food hero guests deserve it and, of course, you do too!
If you do enjoy listening, I’d be so grateful if you could subscribe, rate and review The Dinner Special podcast here in iTunes. This will help share the show with as many people as possible.
Thanks for listening, but most of all, thank you so much for allowing me to do something I’m passionate and excited about.
Your culinary journey awaits. Let’s get cooking!
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2017 Food Boss Summit
Hi Everyone! Gabriel Soh here! Welcome to the Dinner Special podcast. I want to first apologize for being MIA. I know it’s been a while. Almost a year in fact, but it’s definitely been a process figuring out what to do and how to build on the 139 episodes. Thank you for sticking with me. […]
139: Erin Gleeson: The Art of Hosting Gatherings
The Forest Feast Gatherings cookbook I am so happy to welcome Erin Gleeson of The Forest Feast here to the show today. Erin is the author, illustrator and photographer of the New York Times best-selling cookbook The Forest Feast and of course she has her popular blog called The Forest Feast, as well. Earlier this year […]
138: Alanna Taylor-Tobin: Behind the Pages of Alternative Baker
Alternative Baker cookbook I am so excited to welcome Alanna Taylor-Tobin of The Bojon Gourmet back to the show today. The last time we talked was over a year ago. And Alanna has been busy working on a bunch of awesome stuff. One thing in particular is her cookbook called, Alternative Baker: Reinventing Dessert with […]
A Message from Me
A Message from Gabriel Hey everyone! It’s Gabriel Soh, your host here on The Dinner Special podcast for the past 137 episodes. Today is a little bit different. I won’t be chatting with a super awesome food hero guest, instead, it’ll just be me! First of all, thank you for listening and for carving out […]
137: Yigal Schleifer: Guided by Stories of Unsung Food Heroes
Culinary Backstreets Yigal co-founded the blog Istanbul Eats with Ansel Mullins to bring us the best undiscovered local eateries you might not always find on your own. The blog has grown and evolved into Culinary Backstreets, which tells the stories of a city’s foodways, giving equal measure to the culinary side as the human element […]
136: Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack: Passing On the Flavours of Mexico
Muy Bueno On her blog, Muy Bueno, Yvette shares her family stories and takes her readers on a journey through old-world northern Mexican cuisine, traditional south of the border home-style dishes, and Latin fusion recipes. Muy Bueno was a finalist in the Saveur Blog Awards in 2012 and 2014, and Yvette has published two cookbooks: […]
Good home cookin'
Fun, inspirational, good listen for any home cook!
Super fun listening to the different insights of the dinner special guests. Sounds like Gabriel really makes them feel at ease. Love the different inspirational dinner ideas! Highly recommend listening to this podcast!