Join Atlanta restaurant critic and food writer Jennifer Zyman as she discusses food, restaurants, and all sorts of relationships with people from all over the food industry. We explore the why instead of the how. Subscribe, rate & review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts! Follow us on social media at @jenniferzyman and @thefoodthatbinds/@foodthatbinds. www.jenniferzyman.com.
Parnass Savang and Rod Lassiter of Talat Market
Host Jennifer Zyman is joined by chefs Parnass Savang and Rod Lassiter who own the Summer Hill Thai restaurant Talat Market. They discuss going from popular pop-up to restaurant, opening a restaurant during the pandemic, how their partnership developed and evolved over the years, and what is next for the duo at their restaurant and beyond. Please don't forget to rate and review the podcast wherever you listen so others can find it. More of Jennifer's work at www.jenniferzyman.com.
Bryan Rackley, Kizzy Patel, Matt Christison, and Miles Macquarrie of Kimball House and Shiny Dimes Oyster Farm.
Jennifer Zyman is joined by Bryan Rackley, Kizzy Patel, Matt Christison, and Miles Macquarrie of the award winning restaurant and cocktail bar Kimball House in Decatur, Georgia and Shiny Dimes Oyster Farm.
Host Jennifer Zyman is joined by chef Zeb Stevenson of Redbird restaurant in Atlanta.
Jennifer Zyman is joined by producer Nicole Taylor to discuss her backstory in food, writing career, and new cookbook Watermelons and Red birds. For more of Jennifer's work, visit jenniferzyman.com.
Jennifer Zyman is joined by chef Steven Satterfield, owner of the James Beard Award winning restaurant Miller Union in Atlanta. For more of Jennifer's work, check out www.jenniferzyman.com.
Jennifer is joined by chef Brian So of Spring restaurant in Marietta, Georgia. For more of Jennifer's work, visit: www.jenniferzyman.com.
Just finished the last interview of the 1st season. I’m going to miss this podcast. Jennifer is a great interviewer and has such interesting guests.
Cheers to a great 1st season!
The best conversations at the table
I love your Podcast. These are the conversations that happen at the table, a place we have missed since the pandemic.
Thanks for sharing these intimate conversations with thoughtful people in the food space who, like us, are wrestling with moving forward in a changing world.
Your work is appreciated and shines a light on the food culture around Atlanta and the world.
Great Intentional Foodie Podcast
Personable, engaging, and just great foodie convo.