Since Jungle Jim’s International Market is such a wonderfully mad world of flavors, we decided to create a Podcast to talk about it!
Join us on a super safari as we explore the world of food, plus discuss people, art, culture, and more! We'll also be peeling back the curtain to show you some secrets about Jungle Jim's. We hope you're as excited as we are. Stay tuned as we release future episodes.
This Entire Building is Probably Recycled
Time for a format refresh as we lean into what i'm affectionately referring to as the second season of the Jungle Jim's Podcast. This week, I sit down with Carrie and Erin of the Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub to talk about some cool upcycling practices framed around how we recreate a lot of our spaces at Jungle Jim's using recycled products! Don't forget to grab your Bonne Maman and Ilchester advent calendars to taste along with me next week! Find out more about Jungle Jim's International Market and our podcast by visiting JungleJims.com
The 2nd Annual Jungle Jim's Thanksgiving Day Parade
This week, Mark helps us save Thanksgiving once he realizes he's also forgotten it. Get tips on things like Field Roast's AWESOME vegan and vegetarian options for your guests, how to make the easiest and best mac and cheese, and so much more. Later, we join Julie and Sarah from DohJoy bread to make a low carb, keto friendly stuffing using their new stuffing mix. Lastly, we take a minute to provide a platform for Ty of NAICCO (Native American Indian Collective of Central Ohio) to talk about building a sense of community and educating the people on Native culture. Make sure you try their NAICCO pocket when their food trailer comes to your town! Visit www.JungleJims.com/WJJI to learn all about our wonderful world of food! #thanksgiving #keto #ketodiet #lowcarb #stuffing #nativeamerican #native #macandcheese #macandcheeserecipe #vegan #vegetarian
Eating Elderberries in a Blue Zone with Former Rock Stars
This week, we meet Rachel from the Garden of Eten to try out some of her excellent elderberry syrup now available in the Jungle. Later we're joined by George all the way from a 'blue zone' in Greece who was here teaching some classes here with the leader of our cooking school, Leigh. We wrap up with some rock stars turned Cincinnati restauranteurs from July For Kings, talking about being signed to a major record label, their debut album's 20th anniversary show, and how both Sam and Travis pivoted to running two of the area's most successful restaurants in Fireside Pizza and Oriental Wok, respectively.
Italian Wines Exclusively at Jungle Jim's International Market
This week, Jimmy and TJ join Mark on the show to discuss their recent wine trip to Italy. On the trip, they discovered all kinds of new, unique wines that will be at LEAST regionally exclusive to Jungle Jim's International Market. We learn more about Italian culture, the history of wine, as well as Jungle Jim's history as one of the country's finest places to acquire all kinds of wine, and so so much more. Make sure you come out on Saturday, November 12, to Jungle Jim's in Fairfield, Ohio, for the International Wine Festival!
We're joined by a fan of the show and fellow podcaster, Sebastian Noren, who comes in to teach us all about Swedish culture and some of their tasty treats. Does Mark enjoy Salty Licorice Fish now? Find out and give Seb a follow at @SebNoren on Twitter and Instagram to get more Swedish action. Later, we're joined by Tracy, Carly, and Kathryn of Travel Butler County to learn about some of Jungle Jim's fun neighbors, and their greatest invention: The Butler County Donut Trail. We close with a brand new segment called "What's in Your Cart?" where we interview customers about what strange things they came to Jungle Jim's to buy!
Bonus Episode: Another Spooky Story for Halloween
This time, I'm reading "Worms" by Soren Narnia of the Knifepoint Horror Podcast. This is my little Halloween treat to all of you - thanks so much for supporting me, the podcast, and Jungle Jim's.
The show is as unique as the store!
I love listening to the history of this store, getting information about unique products, where the store will be going in the future and what the store has done for the community. In a recent podcast I listened to it was mentioned what could be done with the podcast room when not in use. You need some animals that you can set up as props to look like they’re creating a podcast when you don’t have people in there.
Mark kickass! He’s one lucky potato!
Entertaining content to listen to while doing ideal tasks like cooking, cleaning, driving, desk work or stocking shelves.
Every episode you’ll learn something new about business, food, international cultures, local lore, and much more.
An amazing resource for people in Cincinnati looking for fun community driven events.
Mark is a very genuine and down to earth guy, very approachable, very easy to talk to. I’d rate him the #2 content creator named Mark from Cincinnati (sorry big fan of Markiplier)