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A podcast focusing on the everyday workers of the food service industry. I strive to promote cooks and other food service workers, and give an audio experience that help listeners relate to these stories. Send your stories to@linecookthoughts on Instagram.

Line Cook Thought‪s‬ Line cook thoughts

    • Food
    • 4.8 • 35 Ratings

A podcast focusing on the everyday workers of the food service industry. I strive to promote cooks and other food service workers, and give an audio experience that help listeners relate to these stories. Send your stories to@linecookthoughts on Instagram.

    Episode 119: From Tech to Food Media and Entrepreneurship With Lamees Attar-Bashi

    Episode 119: From Tech to Food Media and Entrepreneurship With Lamees Attar-Bashi

    On this episode I chat with Lamees Attar-Bashi. Lamees AttarBashi is an MBA Engineer turned Tv chef & personality, An international culinary enthusiast with a focus on representing Middle Eastern cuisine in a very fun and approachable way, debunking a lot of misconceptions on how hard or long it can be by showcasing short cuts & easy steps on how to cook her food!
    Middle Eastern food is rich with flavor, taste and unique delicious dishes and its not just shawarma, hummus & falafel so she hopes she can be  a gateway into that untapped cuisine!
    She is also a recipe developer, a constant Nomad who spent most of her years traveling the world and learning about different cuisines & food which she in turn infused that into her cooking and dishes.
    Lamees is currently working on her startup company in California( Bashi Superfoods) focusing on healthy superfood snacks that she hopes her audience and customers will enjoy! A snack that is enhanced by nature’s own ingredients. 

    Check out linecookthoughts.com for our official blog we just launched!

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    • 46 min
    Episode 118: What Would You Tell Yourself If You Could Start Again?

    Episode 118: What Would You Tell Yourself If You Could Start Again?

    On this episode I spent the last few weeks asking those in the industry this question: "If you could go back in time and tell yourself any piece of advice in regards to starting out in food, what would it be?" I share some amazing pieces of advice from all of the people that shared, and also contemplate what I would have told myself. Some great content in here for anyone, whether you are just starting out or have been experienced for years in the business of food. 

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    • 34 min
    Episode 117: Starting A Food Media Career With Kendall Beach

    Episode 117: Starting A Food Media Career With Kendall Beach

    On this episode I chat with Kendall Beach. A graduate from The Culinary Institute of America, Kendall is the Kitchen Producer for The Babish Culinary Universe. In the episode we talk about her entering the industry, graduating during a Pandemic, and landing a role with one the most prominent food media creators of our time. We also discuss my hate for American Cheese, and NYC Bagels. 

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    • 57 min
    Episode 116: What Society Doesn't Understand About People In The Food Industry

    Episode 116: What Society Doesn't Understand About People In The Food Industry

    On this episode I discuss a topic that many of you have shared with me. I asked cooks directly what people do not understand about those in the food industry, and they share. Whether it be the long hours, the education needed to do the work, or how little they feel valued I discuss a lot of the issues cooks face in this episode. 

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    • 32 min
    Episode 115: Good, Rich Life: A Conversation With Val Goodrich

    Episode 115: Good, Rich Life: A Conversation With Val Goodrich

    On this episode I chat with Val Goodrich about her self published food magazine: Good, Rich Life. We talk about the independent work she did to bring the magazine to life, how she curated her content, and future plans for food media. Get the magazine at https://www.goodrichlifemag.com/

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    • 35 min
    Episode 114: Photography and Kintsugi with Joseph Weaver

    Episode 114: Photography and Kintsugi with Joseph Weaver

    On this episode, I chat with photographer and artist Joseph Weaver. We chat about his photography career, and how he gets great shots of food and the people who create it. We then talk about modern Kintsugi, an art style focused on restoring broken ceramics. A great conversation with someone who has taken different paths in our diverse industry. 

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

lisatheboysmom ,

Love this podcast

Always look forward to the latest edition...great guests and info - I’ve bought 5 of the cookbooks discussed and all were great!

AlienWrkShop51 ,

I love this podcast, but...

I really love this podcast. I only have one gripe. The audio balancing really needs to be addressed. I tend to listen to podcasts during my prep shifts at work with earbuds. Most of my shows I listen to at 60-80% volume. With this show I always have to crank the volume to 100% and even then sometimes I can’t hear one party or the other (usually the interviewee) I understand that the interviews are usually done remotely, however, some simple software tweaks could really help alleviate this problem.

Beyond that, the interviews and guests are usually great. The host does ramble a bit from time to time. And he sometimes seems disinterested in what the interviewees have to say. But that’s few and far between and expected to a degree. Overall a 7.5-8.5 out of 10. Fix the audio and it would be a solid 9.5-10 from me.

happybunny87 ,

Pastry

This podcast it’s very interesting because it allows you to hear from people that have been in the industry for a while. Thanks for including pastry chefs which is not usually very common to find, please keep that up :)

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