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James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of restaurant kitchens through the stories of people that work in them.

The restaurant industry is at a point where a lot of groundwork has been laid for change. But in order for change to happen, more conversations about gender, race, and privilege in the kitchen need to take place. Copper & Heat is focused on starting conversations like that with the people that are working through these issues in restaurant kitchens every day.

Copper & Heat Copper & Heat

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 53 Ratings

James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of restaurant kitchens through the stories of people that work in them.

The restaurant industry is at a point where a lot of groundwork has been laid for change. But in order for change to happen, more conversations about gender, race, and privilege in the kitchen need to take place. Copper & Heat is focused on starting conversations like that with the people that are working through these issues in restaurant kitchens every day.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

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Shedding light on what you don’t normally hear!

It’s interesting to hear about the culinary industry from the perspective of a woman. Many of the topics are things i have no knowledge on, so I enjoyed listening and learning, and it also gave me a new perspective.

Guaron ,

Passionate about this industry

Katie nailed it on the issues that women will face in kitchens. She brought the subject up without being too negative. I am addicted to the podcast and can’t wait until next season. Keep it going!
I will never forget the day I was heading to culinary school and my Aunt that was a Chef told me — “be prepared for how tough it is going to be — it is a mans world and you will have to work twice as hard”. I thought she was crazy... until I was in school and found out that there were 8 women and 2 graduated.

HayleyEverett ,

Thank you

I feel like I’ve needed this Podcast my entire life. It’s my own personal form of group therapy. “You are not alone.”

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