9 episodes

Intimate interviews with America’s best chefs. Salt to Taste tells chefs’ unheard stories, from the kitchen and beyond. Hosted by David Ellner, founder and CEO of Panna.

Salt to Taste Panna

    • Society & Culture

Intimate interviews with America’s best chefs. Salt to Taste tells chefs’ unheard stories, from the kitchen and beyond. Hosted by David Ellner, founder and CEO of Panna.

    Episode 8: Paul Berglund

    Episode 8: Paul Berglund

    This week, Chef Paul Berglund talks to David Ellner about his love of Italian food, the importance of good ingredients, and how being in the military gave him the discipline he needed to excel in the culinary world.

    Make a few of Paul Berglund's favorite recipes yourself by downloading the Panna app, or heading over to www.pannacooking.com.

    • 13 min
    Episode 7: Sebastien Rouxel

    Episode 7: Sebastien Rouxel

    French pastry master Sebastien Rouxel sits down with Panna founder David Ellner to discuss the constant challenge of making perfect macarons, how he ended up working for Thomas Keller, and his childhood in France. You can learn to make one of Sebastien's macarons at home by heading over to www.pannacooking.com for the full step-by-step video recipe.

    • 10 min
    Episode 6: The Elsen Sisters

    Episode 6: The Elsen Sisters

    Sisters Emily and Melissa Elsen, co-owners of the insanely popular Brooklyn pie shop Four and Twenty Blackbirds, sit down with David Ellner to tell him the story of how their favorite childhood treat became a passion, a partnership, and a livelihood.

    You can bake some of the Elsens' most popular pies yourself by downloading the Panna app, or heading over to www.pannacooking.com.

    • 16 min
    Episode 5: Michael Ruhlman

    Episode 5: Michael Ruhlman

    Michael Ruhlman has written about a lot of topics—like pediatric heart surgery, boat makers, and boarding schools—but today he tells us about why he loves to write about food. He also tells the story of how he came to write cookbooks with Thomas Keller, one of the best living chefs in the world today.

    You can make some of Michael Ruhlman's delicious yet approachable recipes by downloading the Panna app, or heading over to www.pannacooking.com.

    • 13 min
    Episode 4: Gabriela Cámara

    Episode 4: Gabriela Cámara

    This week, listen to Chef Gabriela Cámara chat with David Ellner about opening Contramar, her renowned restaurant in Mexico City, which serves up the freshest seafood to appreciative locals and tourists alike. Not long ago, she also opened Cala in San Francisco, where the menu consists of refined takes on the vibrant Mexican street food she loves.

    You can make a few of Chef Cámara's bold, rustic recipes—like simple corn tortillas and an unbelievable Baja-style crispy fish taco—by downloading the Panna app, or heading over to www.pannacooking.com.

    • 10 min
    Episode 3: Sam Jones

    Episode 3: Sam Jones

    In our newest episode, award-winning pit master Sam Jones tells David Ellner all about the roots of his North Carolina BBQ. Jones's grandfather opened the Skylight Inn as a 17-year-old barbecue lover back in 1947—and the Jones family has never stopped making pork, slaw, and cornbread since. But Jones didn't always love the idea of following the family business of making whole-hog barbecue. Hear about his journey back home, and when he first realized that barbecue wasn't just a job: it was a passion ingrained inside him from the start. Plus: The story of how Jones's "Fatback Collective" first got started.

    You can find some of Sam Jones's most iconic barbecue recipes by downloading the Panna app, or heading over to www.pannacooking.com.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

AshJ2017 ,

Chef's journey

First time listening to a food related podcast. I've never been to the chef's restaurant but it's now on my list..loved her story (and accent). Can't waif for the next epi.

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