22 episodes

The Kitchen Therapy Podcast is hosted by friends Glenn Flood and Tobie Puttock. Both Glenn and Tobie are chefs of more than 20 years and met while operating Fifteen restaurant in Melbourne, Australia. On each episode the two chat with a Chef, usually a friend about anything at all really. Conversations vary from life in the kitchen in the 80's to punk music but the tone is almost always fun. We hope you love it.
Season One was recorded via the internet during isolation due to Covid-19 in 2020 and so the audio quality is a little crappy but the conversation is awesome.

Kitchen Therapy with Glenn and Tobie Tobie Puttock

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The Kitchen Therapy Podcast is hosted by friends Glenn Flood and Tobie Puttock. Both Glenn and Tobie are chefs of more than 20 years and met while operating Fifteen restaurant in Melbourne, Australia. On each episode the two chat with a Chef, usually a friend about anything at all really. Conversations vary from life in the kitchen in the 80's to punk music but the tone is almost always fun. We hope you love it.
Season One was recorded via the internet during isolation due to Covid-19 in 2020 and so the audio quality is a little crappy but the conversation is awesome.

    Kitchen Therapy : The Shane Delia Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Shane Delia Files

    Shane Delia is best known as the director of the Delia Group Restaurants, Maha, Maha East, Maha Bar, Layla and Biggie Smalls. More recently the founder of food delivery marketplace Providoor. His larger than life personality and enthusiasm for food and Australian culture is best captured in his acclaimed television program, Spice Journey. Shane’s energy and creativity continues to engage his customers through his signature brand of Middle Eastern inspired cuisine. He is also an author, charity and brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz Australia, Western Bulldogs, Melbourne City FC and Host Plus. This is one episode that will leave you fired up!

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Kitchen Therapy : The Matt Wilkinson Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Matt Wilkinson Files

    Originally hailing from Yorkshire in northern England, Matt Wilkinson is a chef, author and passionate advocate for ethical farming. He loves nothing more than getting his hands dirty gardening, camping and fishing and has never been one to say no to a dirty martini. Matt is the author of three cookbooks and a regular contributor to Delicious Magazine. He is the owner of The Pie Shop in Melbourne’s East Brunswick and founder of Pope Joan. Currently Culinary Captain at Montalto Vineyard in Red Hill on the Mornington Peninsula and creative director of ‘Made from Gin’ at the award-winning Four Pillars Gin. Join Glenn and Tobie for another great episode of Kitchen Therapy.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Kitchen Therapy : The Johnny Di Francesco Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Johnny Di Francesco Files

    In 2014 Melbourne chef and restaurant owner, Johnny Di Francesco, won the title of World Pizza Champion at the World Pizza Championship held in Parma, Italy. Battling it out against 600 competitors from 35 countries around the world his margherita pizza was simply ‘perfect’. Johnny’s passion and dedication to his craft, combined with a tonne of hard work has grown the Gradi Group from the original restaurant in Brunswick, Melbourne to include restaurants across Victoria, Adelaide, Kuwait, New Zealand, Texas and aboard P&O’s Pacific Explorer Cruise Ship. Johnny is a regular on Australian television, featuring on multiple morning shows, MasterChef Australia and on The Mentor. When he’s not judging pizza overseas, Johnny can be found working the pizza ovens at his restaurants, holding masterclasses and expanding his business. This is an epic story from an impressive chef – hope you enjoy the conversation….

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Kitchen Therapy : The Daniel Galmiche Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Daniel Galmiche Files

    Daniel Galmiche was enthralled with cooking from an early age. Born in Lure in the Comte region of Eastern France, he grew up eating produce from his grandparents farm and game hunted by his father. His career has since taken him all over the world including the UK, Sweden, Portugal, and Singapore. In London he worked at the highly acclaimed Le Gavroche under the tutelage of Michel Roux. While at Knockinaam Lodge in Scotland in 1990, Daniel was awarded Master Chef of the Year and gained his first Michelin star. He was also awarded a Michelin Star at Harvey’s in Bristol, retaining it at L’Ortolan and again at the magnificent Cliveden House in Berkshire. An author, TV personality, consultant and guest chef Daniel still loves to cook every day. He is a passionate teacher with a wealth of knowledge to share on this week’s episode of Kitchen Therapy. (Note - apologies on the crappy audio - but the content is awesome!)

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Kitchen Therapy : The Darren Robertson Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Darren Robertson Files

    Darren Robertson is a chef, author and co-owner of Three Blue Ducks restaurant group. Commencing his trade in the UK under Michelin starred chef Mark Raffan, he then moved to Australia to work for Tetsuya for 8 years. He is one of the founding members of the Taste of Young Sydney (TOYS), which celebrated collaboration and experimentation in the kitchen. Darren writes for Delicious, has appeared on MasterChef, Iron Chef USA, The Great Australian Cookbook and MKR. When he is not foraging or surfing, he’s in the kitchen cooking, fermenting, pickling, and testing recipes with his family. Join Glenn and Tobie on Kitchen Therapy for a great conversation with an all-round brilliant guy!

    • 58 min
    Kitchen Therapy : The Guy Grossi Files

    Kitchen Therapy : The Guy Grossi Files

    Guy Grossi is a devoted chef and restaurateur. He is the owner of Grossi Restaurants including Grossi Florentino, Merchant Osteria Veneta, Ombra Salumi Bar and Arlechin
    Wine Bar. Recognised as one of the country's leading authorities on Italian food, he has been a sought after to train and mentor within the industry and evoke thinking around the future of food and hospitality. His passions lie within his cooking and sourcing pure ingredients prepared with integrity. Guy is driven to share his knowledge and experiences through his bestselling books, Love Italy, Recipes from My Mother's Kitchen, My Italian Heart, Secrets and Recipes and Cellar Bar. Join Glenn and Tobie on another insightful episode of Kitchen Therapy.

    • 1 hr 2 min

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