Cookbook author Julia Turshen speaks to some of the most interesting people in and around food. The conversations thoughtfully explore varied themes such as cooking, writing, mental health, relationships (professional and personal), volunteering, and more.
Evelyn Tribole on Intuitive Eating + More
Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S, in conversation with Julia Turshen about Intuitive Eating and so much more.
God's Love We Deliver
God’s Love Deliver believes that food is medicine. And that food is love. On this episode, Julia talks to four longtime members of GLWD's staff: Daniel Metzger (Executive Chef), Lisa Zullig (Director of Nutrition Services), Dorella Walters (Senior Director of External Program Affairs), and Alissa Wassung (Director of Policy and Planning).
Kristina Gill on Big Issues and Small Gestures
Kristina Gill is a Nashville-born food and travel photographer and cookbook author who lives and works in Rome. In addition to her award-winning creative work in food, she is also a humanitarian advisor and supports the United Nations' World Food Program.
Aubrey Gordon (a.k.a. Your Fat Friend): Is it Safe? Is it Kind?
Aubrey Gordon, a.k.a. Your Fat Friend, joins Julia to talk about her life and work (including her new book, What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat, and her new podcast, Maintenance Phase).
Dr. Jessica B. Harris + Klancy Miller: For the Culture
Dr. Jessica B. Harris, award-winning food historian and one of the world’s leading experts on the foodways of African Diaspora, and Klancy Miller, Founder of For the Culture magazine and author of Cooking Solo, join Julia to discuss the first issue of For the Culture, legacy, money, and more.
Food Plus People Equals Dignity
Mavis-Jay Sanders and Sicily Sierra Johnson, the couple behind Food Plus People, join Julia to discuss their business, intentions, and more.
I’ve followed Julia’s work for a while and LOVE her cooking approach. I’ve got a cookbook problem, and ‘Simply Julia’ stands out by far as my favorite to actually cook from. This podcast rounds out her food philosophy and I am so grateful for the introduction to personalities I wouldn’t have otherwise known about, like the excellent interview with Evelyn Tribole! Love, Love, Love!
This podcast is so warm and thoughtful!
A special podcast
Julia’s voice is so soothing and I love that she brings on guests from all walks of life. She covers a range of topics related to food and asks the best questions. She is a light and hearing this podcast always brightens my day