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Food stories for people who like to eat.

Gourmand Gourmand

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    • 4.8 • 17 Ratings

Food stories for people who like to eat.

    Ep. 3: Bobbie Lloyd (Magnolia Bakery)

    Ep. 3: Bobbie Lloyd (Magnolia Bakery)

    In today's episode, we sit down with Bobbie Lloyd, Chief Baking and Operating Officer at Magnolia Bakery. Magnolia is a bonafide New York City institution—you probably know them for their cupcakes (complete with that signature Magnolia frosting swirl!) or their famous Banana Pudding. While they started as a small bakery in NYC, there are now 25 stores worldwide.

    Today we chat about Bobbie's wide-ranging experiences coming up in the food world, favorite flavor combinations at Magnolia Bakery, and what the process of writing a cookbook looks like.

    Thank you to Eion Rogers and Dide Olmez for your help on the team. This episode uses Royalty Free Music - (Music: www.bensound.com)

    • 41 min
    Ep. 2: Anna McGorman (Milk Bar)

    Ep. 2: Anna McGorman (Milk Bar)

    On today's show, we’re speaking to pastry all-star Anna McGorman. She’s the co-creator of the cronut, ex-executive pastry chef at the Dinex Group, and now serves as culinary director at Milk Bar, a beloved powerhouse in the dessert world helmed by Christina Tosi. You’ve probably (or, definitely) seen their iconic birthday cake, truffles, and cereal milk soft serve all over your Instagram feed.

    Anna’s done it all, from large restaurants to fine dining to bakeries. Stay tuned for stories involving life-changing bonbons and mountains of onions. We’ll also chat about Milk Bar’s newest project which, hint, promises to bring their treats even closer to home.

    Thank you to Eion Rogers and Dide Olmez for your help on the team. This episode uses Royalty Free Music - (Music: www.bensound.com).

    • 42 min
    Ep. 1: Joanne Chang (Flour Bakery)

    Ep. 1: Joanne Chang (Flour Bakery)

    In this first episode of Season 1, Sweet Treats, we chat with Joanne Chang, founder of Flour Bakery in Boston, MA. Joanne went from Harvard grad & consultant to renowned pastry chef, 5 time cookbook author, and sticky bun queen! As the recipient of the James Beard Award for Outstanding Baker, she now operates 9 Flour bakeries in Boston and Cambridge, in addition to sister restaurant Myers+Chang.

    Today we chat about her time at Harvard as the Chocolate chip cookie girl, the challenges and struggles of opening a new bakery, and what she’d do if she won the lottery.

    Thank you to Eion Rogers and Dide Olmez for your help on the team. This episode uses Royalty Free Music - (Music: www.bensound.com); photo of Joanne is by Kristin Teig.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

amesqy ,

Super inspiring!!

As someone who loves food, podcasts, and inspirational stories, Gourmand is the best thing since sliced bread :) I get so hyped whenever they release a new podcast and the hosts always ask such incredible questions to these inspiring female bakers!! 11/10 would recommend!!

eastofbrie ,

Best food podcast I’ve heard!

An incredibly down to earth and approachable production; Gourmand gets me in touch with my love of food and learning about the lives in the industry. I will remain a loyal subscriber forever! Love the hosts and the guests so far - excited to see what comes next.

sarahxzhou ,

Gourmand makes my week!

I love gourmand!! The most hardworking hosts and interesting guests, I absolutely love this podcast. ❤️

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