37 episodes

Go behind-the-scenes in the world of food with Chef Rich Rosendale and Rosendale Collective as he shares his traveling adventures, meeting interesting people, and tasting delicious food. Enjoy his relentless hunger for learning while hearing from culinary influencers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, famous people, and everyday inspiring individuals. They'll join the Rosendale Collective team for forward-thinking, thought-provoking, and sometimes controversial conversation. What makes this different than other podcast is we always seek solutions and challenge the status quo. We take deep dives with leading chefs, innovative people and connect with "outside of the box" ideas so you are on top of the global culinary trends and are inspired to live your best life.

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    • 4.9 • 10 Ratings

Go behind-the-scenes in the world of food with Chef Rich Rosendale and Rosendale Collective as he shares his traveling adventures, meeting interesting people, and tasting delicious food. Enjoy his relentless hunger for learning while hearing from culinary influencers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, famous people, and everyday inspiring individuals. They'll join the Rosendale Collective team for forward-thinking, thought-provoking, and sometimes controversial conversation. What makes this different than other podcast is we always seek solutions and challenge the status quo. We take deep dives with leading chefs, innovative people and connect with "outside of the box" ideas so you are on top of the global culinary trends and are inspired to live your best life.

    Episode 37 - The Electrification of the Kitchen

    Episode 37 - The Electrification of the Kitchen

    On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes guest Christopher Galarza and is joined by co-hosts Christopher Rieloff.

    Chef Christopher Galarza is the Founder/Owner and Culinary Sustainability Consultant for forwarding Dining Solutions and one of the country‘s foremost experts in electrification and creating kitchens of the future.

    This episode explores the benefits of moving away from traditional gas and creating a more productive and safe home and professional kitchen. 

    You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 36 - Daniel Vaughn

    Episode 36 - Daniel Vaughn

    An expert in Texas barbecue, Daniel Vaughn started his career as an architect, but his passion for barbecue led him to travel around the state and the different U.S regions, trying new places and sharing their stories through his successful blogs and books

    • 50 min
    Episode 35 - Building Your Dream Job

    Episode 35 - Building Your Dream Job

    On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale is joined by cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. 

    After a difficult year for many businesses, our industry finds itself facing numerous challenges such as labor and supply shortages, increased costs, and ongoing restrictions, making it hard to continue operations. As business owners and chefs, we find ourselves re-evaluating our business models based on evolving labor trends. This episode explores these trends along with rediscovering our purpose and what’s most important in order to attract and retain top talent.

    You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!

    • 50 min
    Episode 34 - The Sustainability Mindset

    Episode 34 - The Sustainability Mindset

    On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale joined by cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett.

    What is sustainability, and why is it so important? Is it a waste of time, or will our efforts build us a better future? Sustainable living means meeting our needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own. This episode explores innovative ways on how our various partners approach sustainability and easy ways to incorporate acts of sustainability in your own home.

    You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 33 - Nature of Work

    Episode 33 - Nature of Work

    In this episode of the Let's Dig in Podcast, Rich Rosendale discusses the "Nature of work". There is no doubt that COVID-19 has forced organizations and individuals across the country to adapt and re-assess the way they operate and how we work. No matter if you are an employer or employee, it simply is no easy task to evolve and embrace these new challenges as we all head into uncharted waters.

    We are in this together, and in this episode, Rich examines the future of work as it relates to organizations of all sizes, particularly related to cooking and chefs.

    He will share with you how Rosendale Collective continues to adapt and create new solutions, expand new possibilities and services that can help you plan for the future of what the idea of "work" will look like in the years to come. The future is now, and we are here to help you succeed, adapt and continue moving forward.

    • 30 min
    Episode 32 - Danny Sterling

    Episode 32 - Danny Sterling

    On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes Chef and Entrepreneur Danny Sterling with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett.

    Cooking from a young age, Danny Sterling has held a successful culinary career working under multiple certified master chefs, in various Michelin-starred kitchens, and was recognized in notable global competitions. He was also one of the first team members to help launch Rosendale Collective and was co-owner of Roots 657 with Chef Rosendale. After experiencing a life-changing event in 2016, Danny sought ways to approach life more holistically, diving into deep research on incorporating nourishing ingredients into beautiful dishes. This led to the creation of both Cumberland Heritage with his wife and ELYA, a natural food service company using SmartFridge technology.

    This episode explores the making of ELYA and health and wellness trends and misconceptions along with great memories with a dear friend.

    You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

jchai003 ,

Inspiring!

Let’s Dig In should be an essential podcast in your library if you’re a current or aspiring chef, a food enthusiast, or looking for different perspectives on how to build your business. Features relevant and interesting guests each week and hits many different topics. Highly recommended.

CRieloff ,

Amazing Podcast!

There is so much value in what Rich says, I listen to his podcast everyday the line ip of guests is really amazing for a culinarian like myself it is really valuable, and i really learn a lot from him about business, work ethics, and mindset. As a young millennial, i am still learning and trying to figure it out the business world. And Rich has tought me a lot throughout his contents. Thank you Rich!

SmittenChef ,

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I really enjoy this podcast. Lots of great information for any and all culinary enthusiasts. Thank you!

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