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Chicago Chef/Restaurateur Rick Bayless and award-winning food journalist Steve Dolinsky have known each other for 20 years, and now they're teaming up to tackle everything from food trends to seafood sustainability. Jump around the globe each episode as they teach you how to make delicious dishes like ramen and Korean fried chicken, with amazing guest chefs to guide you along the way.

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    • Arts
    • 4.5, 88 Ratings

Chicago Chef/Restaurateur Rick Bayless and award-winning food journalist Steve Dolinsky have known each other for 20 years, and now they're teaming up to tackle everything from food trends to seafood sustainability. Jump around the globe each episode as they teach you how to make delicious dishes like ramen and Korean fried chicken, with amazing guest chefs to guide you along the way.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
88 Ratings
88 Ratings
Gasykara ,

August 8, 2018 tomato challenge episode

I have been a fairly consistent listener to the feed podcast. I enjoy the variety of subjects that you cover. Some are nice reminders of foods, techniques or places I’d like to revisit and others are introductions to exciting new experiences. I have recently begun catching up on episodes I may have missed which is how I found myself listening to the tomato challenge.
Imagine my surprise when listening to Rick, Matt and their guest discuss the merits of different flavors in salsas, the group deciding that sweet wasn’t a desirable flavor agreeing that they couldn’t imagine who would want a sweet salsa, then the guest stating “maybe some black person” with Steve and Rick chuckling along. EXCUSE ME? I literally went back to listen to that portion several times to be sure I heard what I thought I heard. “Some black person”? What was the point of this statement? Are you using the palettes of “some” individuals to warrant discrimination now? Is an individual who enjoys different flavor profiles than you do somehow less than? When last I checked, the black community was not monolithic, thus encompassing many different interests and experiences.
While Rick nor Steve made the statement, they certainly didn’t question it or their their guest, they didn’t cut tape or make any statements disavowing pro-racist ideology. And that is the really disappointing part. They are socialized to simply accept derogatory racial comments. Their silence sanctioned, normalized and spread bigoted thoughts.
I’m not sure why, but I expected more from the hosts, from the show. So much for food being a bridge to creating a greater understanding and appreciation of various cultural experiences. I guess that only applies to appreciating dominant culture.

DaveMorrell ,

Well done, but very ad heavy

I subscribe to about 60 podcasts and these guys have more ads than the rest combined. Thank goodness for the skip feature

sportslibrarian ,

Nice content but so many Ads!!!!

I enjoy the content they produce when you actually get to listen to it, but I find that there are SO MANY ads in the course of the show that you have to forward through anywhere from 25-50% of it. I wish the show was just shorter instead of longer with more ads.

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