9 episodes

A podcast about great food and telling stories of those who enjoy it. Steven Bailey is a chef, farmer, podcast host, menu-creator, and farm-to-table consultant.

KIMCHI MEETS PORK BELLY MEETS HEIRLOOM TOMATOES IN AN EXPLOSION OF ALL THINGS KOREAN, SOUTHERN, AND DELICIOUS.

The Korean Farmer Podcast Steven Bailey

    • Food
    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

A podcast about great food and telling stories of those who enjoy it. Steven Bailey is a chef, farmer, podcast host, menu-creator, and farm-to-table consultant.

KIMCHI MEETS PORK BELLY MEETS HEIRLOOM TOMATOES IN AN EXPLOSION OF ALL THINGS KOREAN, SOUTHERN, AND DELICIOUS.

    Ep. 9: Amy Alexander of The Refuge Center

    Ep. 9: Amy Alexander of The Refuge Center

    Chef Steven sits down with the very wise Amy Alexander for a rich conversation about boundaries, pace, self-knowledge, and even what it was like living in an abandoned nightclub among gangs in South Central Los Angeles in her early 20s. There are SO many interesting stories and practical takeaways in this episode.

    Recorded July 13, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Ep. 7: Brad Herridge - Lover of Theology

    Ep. 7: Brad Herridge - Lover of Theology

    In this episode, Chef Steven chats with his friend Brad Herridge, pastor and lover of theology, the best man in his wedding, and his best friend from Baylor University.

    If you’re interested in an unorthodox, out-of-the-box look at faith, this conversation is for you. Brad is constantly looking for new ways to experience God, to think about God, and continuously evolve.

    Recorded May 2, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Ep. 8: Amy Parman - Producer, Kindred Dinners & Korean Farmer Podcast

    Ep. 8: Amy Parman - Producer, Kindred Dinners & Korean Farmer Podcast

    In this episode, it's just us hosts! Chef Steven and producer Amy Parman take to the mics and catch up about all things hospitality, self-awareness, taking on change in life, and of course, food! 

    Recorded June 22, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Ep. 6: Jeremy Cowart - Artist, Photographer & Founder of The Purpose Hotel

    Ep. 6: Jeremy Cowart - Artist, Photographer & Founder of The Purpose Hotel

    This week, Chef Steven sits down with his longtime friend (and his wedding photographer!) Jeremy Cowart to discuss his new artwork, his new book, I'm Possible, and lots of exciting announcements about The Purpose Hotel. 

    Recorded April 13, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Ep. 5: Marshall Lee - Film Director & Editor

    Ep. 5: Marshall Lee - Film Director & Editor

    This week, Chef Steven's "favorite Canadian friend," film director and editor Marshall Lee of JAMD Productions is on the podcast. Marshall and Steven are old friends, but most recently they worked together to make the short film "The Korean Farmer", which received recognition from several film festivals. 

    Recorded April 6, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Ep. 4: Jordan Critz - Composer, Producer & Songwriter

    Ep. 4: Jordan Critz - Composer, Producer & Songwriter

    Chef Steven sits down with Jordan Critz, composer, producer, songwriter and all-around fascinating human. Jordan's work has been featured on numerous recordings for film and TV including Disney, National Geographic, CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, ESPN, Lifetime, TEDx.

    Open your mind & learn something new in this episode as they dive into topics like space/time realms, quantum physics, & non-traditional spirituality.

    Recorded March 30, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee

    • 1 hr 48 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

JC from TX ,

Korean Farmers

I used to not like Korean Farmers. Listened to this and now I really do. Amy is great too but not Korean.

casey can ,

Feels like home

Listening to The Korean Farmer Podcast is like sitting around the dinner table long after the meal is over, sipping coffee and having deep conversation about all things we experience in this world, and how to make sense of it all. A life giving podcast and I can’t wait for more episodes.

Matt C. D. ,

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Enjoyed the authenticity of conversation. Bailey is a great listener and encourager. Looking forward to more episodes.

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