"Two Dope Queens meets Home Cooking" — Jen Phanomrat and Katie Quinn compare notes on everything from John Cena's influence on the chili crisp craze to ketchup's surprising origin, from either side of the Atlantic.
Halloumi Is Hella Good
Just Eats Life's Jen Phanomrat (and New Yorker for life!) and American-in-London Katie Quinn look at the hella complicated history of halloumi.
Chicken or the Egg With Julie Nolke
Co-hosts Jen Phanomrat and Katie Quinn look at what makes an egg brown or white, if a "proper" omelet even exists, and consult very special guest, Canadian actress and comedian Julie Nolke on her breakfast feelings.
Breakfast! With Zoe Kelly
Filipino-Thai New Yorker Jen Phanomrat grew up with silog for breakfast; Katie Quinn's Midwestern household usually had cereal. On this episode, they discuss breakfast traditions across the world, and with the help of Chef Zoe Kelly, discover many surprising universalities.
The History of Ketchup Is Bananas With Frankie Celenza
Katie and Jen are joined by Tastemade's Frankie Celenza to discuss the history of the ultimate food lube: ketchup.
Aperitif AKA The Happiest Hour With Rachel Khoo
Whether you call it aperitif or aperitivo, apéro or fika or happy hour, Jen and Katie talk bubbly drinks, salty snacks, and more with cook and TV personality Rachel Khoo.
What Makes Food Go Viral? With Sophia Roe
Co-hosts Katie Quinn (@QKatie) and Jen Phanomrat (@JenEatsLife) discuss what Italian concept "cucina povera" has in common with most viral food trends with guest Sophia Roe.
This is my first time ever writing a podcast review
I am only two episodes in and I am hooked! Our two hosts are so warm and inviting, that it feels like we’re joining the great relationship they’ve built working with each other. I love the mix of history, recipes, anecdotes, and interviews that flow so seamlessly. And I love hearing people who love and value food and it’s place in culture. Thank you so much for such a special podcast!
I have appreciated the content both of these chefs make for a LONG time, and I am so excited to see this podcast! It’s incredible. I recommend you take a listen
Two dope cooks
These two are the best. Such great rapport. They make all this tricky food-as-culture stuff fun and delicious and the world is better because they’re in it. I’m a fan.