Great kitchens are the result of great relationships.
The Open Kitchen Podcast with Brian O’Malley shares the un-crafted narratives and hard-learned lessons from personalities (perhaps luminaries) inside today’s supportive, demanding and exciting restaurant world.
Nurturting Others | Kevin Shinn
By seeking to answer the question, "what will make people enjoy coming here?", chef Kevin Shinn created a culture resilient enough to both bear-in monumental loss and provide sure-enough footing to regain hope. This is a love story from the author of the newly released book, "Bread&Cup: beyond simple food and drink."
Food TV, Reality & the Value of Curiosity | Paul Kulik
Well-seasoned chef and restaurateur Paul Kulik waxes poetic about being a permanent student, and manufacturing statements about your lifestyle based on what you watch, who you read, or where you eat.
Trust, Tenure And Carrying The Torch
Bobby McKiney and Marth Keller, longtime chef and manager at M's Pub, delve into what it's like being entrusted to living up to the expectations of running an icon.
Defining And Evolving Kitchen Culture - Jake Newton
At Omaha's critically-acclaimed fine dining restaurant, V. Mertz, chef Jake Newton shares how kitchen culture is supported by a good list, and measuring success by a customer's standards.
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A Lesson from Ramen | AJ Swanda
Ramen afficianado, culinary trend setter, and research chef AJ Swanda sits down and opens up about making your way in the world today. Hint: it takes everything you’ve got.