Our top chefs, as you’ve never heard them before. Author Andrew Friedman, one of the nation's chief chroniclers of professional kitchen life, interviews a diverse cross-section of the best and biggest names in the business, bringing his personal relationships and industry knowledge to bear in coaxing personal and professional revelations from his guests.
Episode 198: Anthony Mangieri (Una Pizza Napoletana, NYC)
Anthony Mangieri, the legendary pizzaiolo behind Una PIzza Napoletana, discusses his obsession with his craft.
Episode 197: Shinobu Namae (L'Effervescence; Tokyo, Japan)
Japan's Chef Shinobu Namae stops by the pod during a visit to New York City to address the United Nations on World Oceans Day.
Episode 196: Nikita Richardson (New York Times Cooking writer and editor)
New York Times Cooking editor, and writer of the "Where to Eat: New York City" column and newsletter, Nikita Richardson talks restaurants and the path that led her to her current role.
Episode 195: Johnny Clark (Parachute & Wherewithall restaurants; Chicago)
Johnny Clark, co-chef & co-owner of Parachute & Wherewithall restaurants in Chicago, discusses his life & career.
Episode 194: Tom Colicchio
Tom Colicchio discusses the state of the industry, the genesis of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, whether or not the Reset is happening, NFTs, and more.
Episode 193: LIVE! with Chef James Kent - "On The Line" Conversation at Crown Shy (NYC)
Chef James Kent (Crown Shy, Overstory, Saga) shares advice for line cooks and aspiring chefs. Recorded before a LIVE audience of line cooks gathered for S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water's "On the Line" dinner series.
Roy Choi!! He is so right about our Government!!
We must protect this man at all costs!!
Great industry chat
I’m constantly looking for podcasts that understand chef life, this has been a great find.
Andrew talks too much
This has the potential of being a great podcast except for the fact that Andrew, the host, talks too much, both in the introduction and with guests. I hope he can find a way to learn from Terry Gross, the interview master, who seems more confident. She takes a step back and lets her guests do the talking. This gives space for the listeners to develop their own relationship with the ideas, topics and personalities.