Chef, author, and host of Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods," Andrew Zimmern chats with fellow food fanatic and traveler Molly Mogren. They'll discuss what is going on in the food world, give their recommendations for travel and talk about whatever else pops into their heads.
This week Andrew and Molly trade stories about the time Andrew got stuck at a Canadian airport, the Austin Food and Wine demo no one will forget, Andrew's lawyer's hippie dance and more. Plus, Andrew speaks a bit about alcoholism and chemical dependency.
On the Road Again
Andrew and Molly are both on the road, so they gave each other a call to check in this week. They talk about Molly's road trip to Vermont, Andrew's media adventures in New York, and they take a little time to smack talk Gary, Indiana.
Under the Radar
Andrew tells us where the hottest travel spot in the next five years will be, Molly digs in to the nomination process for the James Beard Awards, and they discuss under-the-radar chefs. Plus, Andrew remembers Hamaro Cantu.
From unnecessary lawsuits to Indiana's "Religious Freedom" law, Andrew and Molly discuss the need for positivity and healing in how we interact with each other. Plus, Andrew and Molly share some of their favorite contemporary cookbooks.
Simon Majumdar, author and Food Network stalwart, talks about the importance of breaking bread, how he got to where he is today, and his journey to create his new American family.
Big Gay Ice Cream Returns!
Bryan Petroff and Doug Quint of Big Gay Ice Cream join Andrew and Molly to talk about their new book, their "business plan," and who has the best hair in food.
The topics always fascniate me, whether discussing politics of restaurant reviews or answering requests for kitchen dilemnas.
While Andrew Zimmern is listed first, the real star of this podcast is Molly Mogren. She is the audio bacon of the podcast. With a bright voice and a knack for chiming in with questions or direction at just the right moment, she is a great counterpoint to the oft-too-low voice of Andrew. (She is also the more positive of the two.)
Knocked off a star for language at times, can't listen when kids are around. The admittedly rare foul language often seems forced and out of place.
Hey 2020, Go Fork Yourself!
This podcast ended years ago and WAY too soon for this gal, but since it’s 2020 currently and this year is Murphy’s Law if ever a year could be... Ill just tell 2020 to F off.
As for this pod, I would love to get an update episode! ♥️
Poor Tim Ferriss
Tim Ferriss has become one of the highest-rated podcaster. This woman kept interrupting him throughout his interview. Couldn't listen. She's awful.