YouTubers Jen Phanomrat (@JenEatsLife) and Katie Quinn (@QKatie) explore food culture and social norms from either side of the Atlantic.
The Genius Tapes: "We Are All Free" with Toni-Tipton Martin
Hey Either Side Eaters fans! ! Kristen here. To keep getting episodes and hearing from me and my merry band of geniuses, hop over and subscribe directly to The Genius Recipe Tapes. In this episode, award-winning historian and author of 'The Jemima Code' and 'Jubilee' joins Kristen to talk about winning the Julia Child Award, and what's next.
It Takes Two to Mango With Ravneet Gill
Katie and Jen talk about the time Katie got cancelled over a mango video; how to share excitement over "discovery" of new foods sensitively; and are later joined by pastry chef, author, and mango-superfan Ravneet Gill.
The Best Chili Oil, John Cena–Approved With James Park
Katie and Jen get heated with owner of 14+ chili crisps, Eater's social media manager James Park.
Counterjam: Getting Jjigae With Margaret Cho, Roy Choi & Peter's Mom
Curious about the intersection of food, culture, and.... music? Today, we're sharing the first episode of Food52's Counterjam—a musical dive into the cultural identities behind the plate.
Nuts About Nut Butters With Chetna Makan
Author and GBBO semi-finalist Chetna Makan joins co-hosts Katie and Jen for an all-around nutty episode.
What Makes Food Go Viral? With Sophia Roe
Co-hosts Katie Quinn (@QKatie) and Jen Phanomrat (@JenEatsLife) discuss what Italian concept "cucina povera" has in common with most viral food trends with guest Sophia Roe.
This is my first time ever writing a podcast review
I am only two episodes in and I am hooked! Our two hosts are so warm and inviting, that it feels like we’re joining the great relationship they’ve built working with each other. I love the mix of history, recipes, anecdotes, and interviews that flow so seamlessly. And I love hearing people who love and value food and it’s place in culture. Thank you so much for such a special podcast!
I have appreciated the content both of these chefs make for a LONG time, and I am so excited to see this podcast! It’s incredible. I recommend you take a listen
Two dope cooks
These two are the best. Such great rapport. They make all this tricky food-as-culture stuff fun and delicious and the world is better because they’re in it. I’m a fan.