Hello Hungry Hordes! Welcome to Something About Food? Diverse guests join culinary nerd Chef Chris Clarke to discuss their personal relationship with food and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. Everyone is invited to the table!
Family Food 2 with Blaise and Justin Clarke
It's food, family, and fun on Episode 100 as Chef Clarke talks to her brothers Blaise and Justin about road food when following the Grateful Dead, cereal sovereignty, trying new dishes and ingredients, and how cooking in the kitchen is where they all enjoy being together.
Would You Break Bread? with John Robinson
John Robinson started his company, Our Ability, as a mentor network that has morphed into a business that utilizes AI and technology to build a career path for people with disabilities. He talks about including marginalized populations in the workforce, spiedies in Binghamton, NY, and hand cycling across Scotland.
From Tokyo to Texas with Chef Eric Silverstein
Chef Eric Silverstein was born in Tokyo, Japan, where he was heavily influenced by Japanese, Chinese and Malaysian cuisine. At the age of ten, Eric moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he was introduced to traditional Southern cuisine. These divergent flavors and cuisines serve as the backdrop for The Peached Tortilla's menu. He discusses ghost kitchens, how pickles can elevate a plate, and how MSG has gotten a bad rap.
Red Gravy and Rice with Jarvis Green
Jarvis Green is a two-time Super Bowl champ who started his own shrimp company, Oceans 97. He chats about eating pho with his Vietnamese “cousins”, all the arancini variations in Sicily, and how you can’t eat to be sexy on the defensive line.
Jazzed Up Tomato Soup with Molly Kiely
Molly Kiely is an artist and illustrator living with her daughter in the desert outside Tucson, Arizona. She talks about her Italian grandmother’s garden, Nanaimo bars, and her sex-positive and life-affirming art. You can see her art at mollykiely.com.
The Old Timey Way
Bryan Gilvesy is the owner of the YU Ranch, a sustainable grass-fed beef ranching operation in Norfolk County, Ontario. He is also C.E.O. of ALUS Canada, a charitable program that rewards farmers for producing more ecosystem services. We talk about carbon farming, cabbage rolls, Winnipeg wings, and being open to change in order to build a more sustainable and bio-diverse community.
Hilarious, relatable and adventurous
This podcast has such an inviting edge to it. Chris draws you in to each persons story and how food has shaped their lives and contributed to more than just who they are, but how they connect with others and enjoy life. Her adventures across the world are delicious! Her family stories funny and endearing. Her laugh contagious and as yummy as toast!
This podcast is making me hungry!
Fun guests and delicious discussions. Can't wait to hear more episodes!
Off to a great start!
Great host, interesting guests and stories. I subscribed and you should too!