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, @thefoodthatbinds, and @eddpodnet. www.jenniferzyman.com. Presented by the Eat Drink Dine Podcast Network.
Episode 22 feat. Tal Baum
Jennifer is joined by chef and owner of Oliva Restaurant Group Tal Baum to talk about her food journey which includes growing up in Tel Aviv and working in Florence plus how she balances being a mother of 3 and owning multiple restaurants.
Episode 21 feat. Asha Gomez
Jennifer is joined by chef and cookbook author Asha Gomez to discuss how her upbringing in India impacted her culinary journey, her time spent working with David Chang as well as how she's able to achieve work/life balance as owner of The Third Space.
Episode 20 feat. Bill Addison Part 2
In part 2 of her interview with L.A. Times food critic Bill Addison, Jennifer and Bill discuss the evolution of the job of a food critic, as well as why Bill continues a dying tradition of remaining a faceless critic.
Episode 19 feat. Bill Addison Part 1
In the first of a two-part interview, Jennifer is joined by L.A. Times restaurant critic Bill Addison to talk about his food journey growing up, how travel impacted his relationship with food as well as dining out during the pandemic.
Episode 18 feat. Lindsay Moser
Jennifer is joined by Lindsay Moser to talk about running her popular YouTube account 'The Hunger Diaries', and why she feels like you can eat whatever you want and still feel healthy.
Episode 17 feat. Judith Winfrey and Joe Reynolds
Jennifer speaks with the owners of 'Love is Love Farm' Judith Winfrey and Joe Reynolds about how the pair got started and what it means to be land-less farmers.
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.
Relationships in food that shine via audio
Jennifer isn’t a newbie and has been in food circles for years. She’s been able to cultivate relationships that she’s sharing now in her podcasts devoted to food and we are able to enjoy the fruits of her labor. Eagerly awaiting new episodes!