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Best Finedining podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Finedining podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of restaurant kitchens through the stories of people that work in them. The restaurant industry is at a point where a lot of groundwork has been laid for change. But in order for change to happen, more conversations about gender, race, and privilege in the kitchen need to take place. Copper & Heat is focused on starting conversations like that with the people that are working through these issues in restaurant kitc ...
 
Blood and Gut$ Podcast is about food, kitchen culture and our feelings. Kalen and David are cooks based in Seattle, WA, We talk about the restaurant and fitness industry, personal issues and entrepreneurship. Guests join us to shine a light on what it takes to run their small business. The passion. The heart and soul. The blood and guts.
 
Welcome to Perspectives, our look at the fabric of our city and what makes Louisville so interesting and full of possibilities, it’s our take on the trends and events in town, what’s happening and when, and why it’s important to you - all brought to you by Lenihan Sotheby's International Realty in Louisville, KY.
 
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On March 9th, Chef Irene Li, owner of Mei Mei Restaurant in Boston, opened their finances to the public at an event called Open Book Open House. The purpose? To get people having more open and honest conversations around restaurants and money. But just a week after the Open Book Open House, restaurant dining rooms closed due to COVID and all of a s…
 
Mei Mei in Boston has been an open book restaurant since 2017. They train their entire staff on the finances so that everyone can have a voice in making the restaurant run more efficiently. But on March 9th, Chef Irene Li, owner of Mei Mei decided she wanted to take the education a step further and open their books to the public. What do the financ…
 
What happens when you get sick or injured and you work in a restaurant? You keep working. At least, that’s how it’s always been. With low wages, lack of access to benefits, and usually nonexistent paid leave, the workers living paycheck to paycheck can’t really take care of their health. Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit in Atlanta, Georgia, is attemptin…
 
In this episode, we’re headed to Los Angeles to talk with Chef Teresa Montano about her experience opening two restaurants and trying to find staff in a time when there aren't enough cooks and there's a crackdown at the border - two overwhelming issues that overlap and make life hard for chefs and restaurant owners. David Yaffey-Bellany, reporter f…
 
In this first episode of our second season, we’re going to Boise, Idaho, to talk with the team at Kin Restaurant. In a small city that’s growing and changing rapidly, what does a small, fine-dining, tasting menu restaurant do to not only educate diners on the value of good food, but also educate their employees about the value of themselves as rest…
 
It’s been a wild few months for us at Copper & Heat! Back in April we won a James Beard Broadcast Media Award and we’re still reeling. In this episode, Katy talks to Geraldine DeRuiter, another James Beard Media winner, about some of the complicated feelings that come along with winning an award, being in the spotlight, and how we keep creating. Th…
 
Sarah Trickler aka Cat Child joins David for a talk about fantasy photography, art and modeling. We jump into her upbringing in Spokane WA and the support she grew up with. Get into the nuts and bolts of artistic expression. Where the passion comes from. How she got started and where she is heading. We talk relationships. Leaving an abusive situati…
 
Elli and Jarrett of Elli-vated Goods join David for a conversation about how they started, the health and wellness space, and where they are heading. Starting at Retreat, cafe in Greenlake. Elli develops the menu and products centered around health and wellness for an active community. First with wellness drinks, rooted in hormonal health. Then to …
 
Astro Domina joins David and Kalen to talk about being a dominatrix, YouTube creator, dungeon owner, cam girl, etc. in today's world. We discuss how and why she got started, where she is heading and overall what dominating men for money is like. We talk about the community, parties, kinks, spas and groups. Psychology behind fetishes. POV humiliatio…
 
Kalen and David catch up. Kalen talks about his experience at the Beecher's Mac and Cheese extravaganza. Marketing of ice cream. Single source scoops?!?! We get into owning guns. Debate options of knife fighting. Practicality. Arming teachers. Adjusting. Home use. Protection. Climate refugees. Hunting? Talk about day to day. Nothingness. Free time.…
 
Kalen and David talk restaurant concepts. Dining expectations. Restaurateurs and franchises. Excitement. Branding. Dave's food. Funding and systems. Popups and brick/mortars. Customer's social contract. Cheese Cake Factory. Building systems. Practicality. Financing. We get into the next moves at Adana. Guest chef nights. Industry secret dish option…
 
This is the last episode in the Be A Girl season. Over the last 7 episodes, we’ve talked about a lot of the challenges facing women working in restaurant kitchens - from the hierarchical structure of the kitchen, to the stereotypical view of women’s cooking. Though there aren’t any clear-cut solutions we ask: What has changed? How are those changes…
 
David and Kalen sit down with Joseph Coury, Senior Vice President of the Veterinary Division at California Bank of Commerce and talk about financing small businesses. We start with how Joe ended up in the Pacific Northwest, a little background in love and Cleveland, and tips on moving cross-country. We get into the meat of veterinary/restaurant bus…
 
David talks to Henry Vance, photographer and old buddy. We talk about how he got started (cash from weed) and what led him to experiment with playboy style photography. He details how it is to work with models TFP (trade for print), utilization of social media platforms, collaborations, aesthetics, creativity, nipple detecting, backing up your work…
 
Dr. Ayla Hopkins jumps on and we talk about starting up a business in the healthcare space; her love of being a naturopathic doctor; and her own hustle. We discuss current state of allopathic medicine, and how she is diving deeper into people's health while being an advocate for B vitamins, other naturopathic doctors and educating the public. We ta…
 
David and Kalen catch up over the last 2 months. We jump into David's experience of fatherhood. Childbirth, blood disease, Seattle Children's Hospital, and adulthood. We get into Kalen's chefdom at Adana. How soy allergies are almost impossible to placate in a Japanese restaurant. Steps into building a cohesive strong kitchen crew. The sliding scal…
 
We talk to Eric Renn, serial entrepreneur and fitness enthusiast. We begin with his journey from Atlanta to West Seattle, his relationship with his brother, opening a CrossFit gym and pivoting to digital fabrication. Jumping head first, and acquiring a $10,000 loan, he bought a computer controlled milling machine and quickly becomes a manufacturer.…
 
Emma jumps on for the continuation of our talk with Andrew. We talk about the grander community of gym ownership. How it use to be, and where it stands now. What the neighborhood looked like then and now. Longevity. Clientele demographic. Changing of cultures. Deep dive into programming. CrossFit training methodology. Fit for life. Mind and emotion…
 
We are joined by Andrew Bueno, owner, head coach of Foundation CrossFit. Growing up in Bremerton and being inspired the naval community around him, Andrew has always had an interest and passion for fitness and helping people improve themselves. Starting off and "earning" an internship at Gold's Gym we talk about the environment and salesmanship of …
 
In lieu of the changing ownership of The Lab in Seattle WA to Chelsea Jung and her subsequent competition January 31-Feb 2 at CrossFit Fittest in Cape Town, this podcast will be a 2 part series. Part 1 is an interview with Rory Coyne, head coach of The Lab done a month ago. Part 2 is a recent talk with Chelsea about her transitioning The Lab to Til…
 
Part 2 - David chats with Chelsea Jung, owner of Tiltshift Lab CrossFit, and badass CrossFit competitor. She started her journey 9 years ago as an athlete at Rainer CrossFit. Transitioning to Jetcity CrossFit then CrossFit Loft, she has competed on multiple CrossFit Games Teams '12 and '13. We talk about her growth from coach to general manager. He…
 
We are joined by chef, forager, grower, activist and entrepreneur Sebastian Carosi and Carla Asquith. We talk about the transition from professional cooking to consulting about cannabis to foraging and teaching. We explore the passion for the environment and utilizing what is around. Sebastian relates Viagra to smoking marijuana, and why we consume…
 
This week we talk to Bethany Pappas, owner of CrossFit Loft in West Seattle. From creating handmade puzzles to hustling townys into her window washing biz at age 10, Bethany has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. Finding CrossFit and subsequently opening Jet City CrossFit with her father, she eventually split off to open her own fitness business…
 
Chef Richard Holdridge joins David to talk about alligator bites, being a caregiver of a neighborhood restaurant, working so hard that you wanna quit. A Florida chef, Richard moved his family of six to Seattle. We talk about how he got into the game, transitioning to the Seattle restaurant scene and finding a home at That's Amore. We discus what it…
 
We talk to Bobby Biskupiak, graphic designer, entrepreneur and Crossfitter about his journey to becoming his own boss. We start with his beginnings as a high level collegiate pole vaulter and going all in. Overcoming injury and transitioning to graphic design. We discuss his methods of journaling and how it affects organizes his life. We talk about…
 
Chef Wiley Frank sits down with David and talks about food, culture, travel, and opening Little Uncle. Starting off as a pop up, farmers market, to a brick and mortar in Pioneer Square then returning to Capitol Hill; Wiley takes us on a "mom and pop" journey with Chef Poncharee Kounpungchart (PK). Their experience with attempting to get a small bus…
 
OKAYBRO founder and owner Dave Taylor joins David to talk about his history and building his design and advertising agency. We deep dive into typography, its formation and evolution. Leads us into Supreme and streetwear discussion. We talk about the artists need for expression and to be seen; to be famous or rich; how art is subjective and how to f…
 
This episode is an excerpt from The View From The Kitchen panel event hosted by the New York Times and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in the summer of 2018. Kim Severson, a New York Times correspondent that was on the team that broke the #MeToo stories in the food industry, has a conversation with Chef Reem Assil, Chef Dominique Crenn and Chef Tan…
 
David talks to Mitch Adams, founder and owner of Chalk and Metal Barbell Club in Seattle WA. Mitch shares his passion for weightlifting, being his own boss and the responsibilities of the sole proprietor. Trials and tribulations. Taxation as theft. Mentoring youth. Entrepreneurship at its finest. 2228 Occidental Ave S Seattle WA 98134 chalkandmetal…
 
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