Join Andrew “Kappy” Kaplan as he sits down in-person with the world’s culinary elite to explore their journey into the industry, their career ups and downs, and the social impact they have made in their community. Every episode will share inspiring stories and anecdotes of what it means to be in today’s bustling hospitality industry, 15 million employees and growing… Beyond the Plate.
Chef Ludo Lefebvre
He is one of the most influential chefs in Los Angeles who is credited with starting the pop-up restaurant phenomenon.
Chefs Bryan and Michael Voltaggio
We discuss how they went from teenagers working at a Holiday Inn in Maryland to being arguably the best known duo in the food world.
Beyond the Drink: Wine and… Honeyglow Pineapple!
For this week’s Beyond the Drink, ONEHOPE Wine’s Head Winemaker (Mari Wells Coyle) drops some knowledge about pinot grigio and why this dry wine pairs so well with this particular sweet and low acid fruit.
Chef Brooke Williamson
She was the youngest female chef to cook at the James Beard House at 22 years old, was crowned the winner of “Top Chef” Season 14, and was the first winner of Food Network’s “Tournament of Champions.”
Beyond the Drink: Wine and ‘Ice Cream in a Sweet Brioche Bun!’
For this week’s episode of Beyond the Drink, ONEHOPE Wine’s Head Winemaker (Mari Wells Coyle) tackles which wine she’d pair with this sweet, ice cream sandwich-sounding treat.
Chef Kristen Kish
We discuss how she went from struggling with her sexuality, anxiety and depression, to being named the winner of “Top Chef” Season 10.
Always interesting and entertaining
Loved the popcorn and wine episode. Going to Napa next week.
Interesting, thoughtful, positive content
I love listening to Beyond the Plate because Kappy asks the best questions, and I leave with a sense of inspiration from his exceptional guests. I also appreciate this podcast’s dedication to illuminating the great work his guests do to make our world a better place.
Just discovered Beyond The Plate. Working my way back thru the past podcasts. So interesting. Listened to Rick Bayless yesterday. One of the best.