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The Walk-In considers the reality of "making it" in the culinary industry. Chef Elle Simone Scott explores the unheard stories of the food world’s difference makers. What really happens between their first day and overnight success? A lot—but it's rarely discussed beyond a small circle of trusted friends. Unfiltered and unexpected, The Walk-In has the conversations you won’t hear anywhere else. A production of America’s Test Kitchen.
 
What happens to all that stuff on America’s favorite antiques show once the cameras leave town? DETOURS reveals the stories, secrets, and surprises of TV treasures which go beyond the screen. Join host Adam Monahan, a longtime producer with WGBH’s Antiques Roadshow on a journey of discovery from behind the scenes of the hit PBS series. Each episode tells the deeper story of one object, amazing and amusing listeners along the way. From WGBH and PRX.
 
From This Old House, Clearstory is a window that sheds light on the surprising stories behind our homes. Host Kevin O'Connor digs into the systems, structures and materials in our homes from unexpected angles. Why is the window the ultimate machine? What can Las Vegas teach us about lowering our water bills? How did the Great Chicago Fire change the way we frame houses today? How do you build the perfect roof? You’ll hear from Richard Trethewey, Tom Silva, Jeff Sweenor and the This Old House ...
 
Hey y'all, I'm Trish - an obnoxiously curious journalist who’s been telling stories and asking questions for nearly two decades. These are intimate interviews and fun conversations with all kinds of interesting (to me!) people - their stories about growing up, life lessons, love, hardships, butt clench moments, successes and if you’re into it, food (I have a healthy-ish obsession). You'll hear about the different paths people took to get to the now with some belly laughs, a bit of wisdom, an ...
 
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Trish talks to Ellen Bennett, the founder of Hedley & Bennett, a company she started that makes aprons and kitchen gear. Bennett recently wrote and released the book, "Dream First, Details Later : How to quit overthinking and make it happen." She talks about growing up half English, half Mexican, with a single, hard-working mama and how the desire …
 
Trish talks to food stylist Christine Tobin about her work at Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, and the several movies she's worked on. Tobin talks about growing up in Holliston, Massachusetts and her nana, from Sicily living with the family. She says from the beginning, she was surrounded by excellent cooks and beautiful food. Her parents and the…
 
Trish interviews podcast host Gabriel Ornelas about connecting with people, learning more than what's on the surface and his love of backgammon. Ornelas hosts "On the Pass," a podcast by The Art of Plating. Ornelas interviews a wide variety of people within the culinary world including chefs, hoteliers, mixologists, and more. The two chat about his…
 
Trish chats it up with award-winning author, speaker, consultant and TV host, Leslie Sbrocco. She was voted one of the top 100 most influential people in the American wine business, sharing her knowledge on wine and creating wine programs for businesses around the globe. Leslie calls herself a translator when it comes to wine, breaking down the con…
 
Fifty years ago, a scrappy group of public television producers right here in Boston had the brilliant idea to import the best of British drama and air it on PBS. Those producers worked here at WGBH, and the series they created, Masterpiece Theatre, is still going strong. This first episode of Making MASTERPIECE, a new documentary miniseries from o…
 
Super fun conversation with America's Test Kitchen co-host Julia Collin Davison. She talked to Trish about growing up in Rochester, New York, going to cooking school and then landing what she calls the perfect job at America's Test Kitchen. Davison talks about how Cooks Illustrated magazine and America's Test Kitchen have evolved over the years, th…
 
Trish chats with the man dubbed the "wine anti-snob" by the Wall Street Journal. Tim Hanni was awarded the title Master of Wine in 1990 - one of the first of two resident Americans to achieve that honor, which the wine industry regards as the highest achievement and wrote the book, "Why you like the wines you like." Hanni is also a professionally-t…
 
She's an expert in her field, award-winning bartender, mixologist and philanthropist Lynnette Marrero chats with Trish about how she propelled herself in this male-dominated industry. She's currently teaching a MasterClass on the fundamentals of mixology, helping home bartenders make a better drink. She talks about the steps it took to get to where…
 
Trish interviews Professor Jeffrey Pilcher, currently a Professor of Food History at the University of Toronto. Jeffrey has written several books, including "Planet Taco : A Global History of Mexican Food." The two talk about how he got into becoming a food historian and Jeffrey recalls one moment he remembers specifically, at his brother's rehears…
 
More than 155 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults, but where public view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers, and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through Smithsonian’s side door to search for stories that can’t be found anywhere else. Follow us at @Sid…
 
Trish chats with American Chef Sara Moulton on her many successes in the last few decades. From New York City, Sara talks growing up there, loving food (she says all the junk food), and then realizing her mother was doing some amazing things in the kitchen. You could say that's where it all started. Sara tells the story of how it was her mother who…
 
We are ending 2020 with some good news: Clearstory will be back for its second season in spring 2021! In the meantime, we’re bringing you an episode of “The Walk-In,” a podcast from our friends at America’s Test Kitchen. In this episode, podcast host and chef Elle Simone Scott sits down with Mashama Bailey, executive chef and co-founder of The Grey…
 
For the 100th episode of Off Script, Trish talks to the lovely and talented Kate Mulligan, best known in Southern Oregon for her work at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Kate talks lovingly about her father, Jim Mulligan, who was one of the first writers of the show "Laugh In" and "M*A*S*H", but who has a very long, impressive resume of shows he wa…
 
We wanted to share a podcast episode from our friends at America’s Test Kitchen. Here’s a taste of their podcast PROOF that we thought you’d enjoy. “Raiders of the Lost Yeast” Seamus Blackley is the creator of the Xbox. He’s also an ancient Egypt enthusiast and baking hobbyist. Yes, you heard that right. Via Twitter, he assembled a rag-tag team of …
 
Trish chats with Pizzana chef and incredibly joyful Daniele Uditi. He grew up in culinary family : mom was a chef, his aunt was a bread maker, and his grandfather was a pastry chef. He moved to America in 2010, lived in a van in Venice Beach and not quite sure what he would do, although he knew it would involved being in the kitchen. Word spread qu…
 
Trish interviews Medford Fire Chief Eric Thompson, and Battalion Chief Jason John about the deadly Almeda Fire on September 8th. The Medford Fire Department called back crews on that day and every firefighter working was assigned to help protect people and property. The two talk about the difficult decisions they made about leaving burning building…
 
Toni Tipton-Martin, award-winning culinary journalist and the new Editor-in-Chief of Cook's Country, steps into the Walk-In with Elle. They talk about Toni's formative years in Los Angeles, getting her first food-writing job at 19, and honoring the legacy of African-American cooks in her acclaimed books The Jemima Code and Jubilee. Toni digs deep i…
 
This week, Trish talks to Eric Shannon, creator and owner of Big Barker, "real beds for big dogs." Eric talks about growing up Lansdale, Pennsylvania, how he was absolutely terrified of dogs, but then how one very special dog changed it all for him. Shannon started in the pet supply business, but increasingly became more interested in beds, mostly …
 
Chef Elizabeth Falkner steps into the Walk-In with Elle to talk all things restaurants. They discuss Elizabeth’s transition from film school to becoming a pastry chef, opening and closing restaurants, and writing her memoir. They also talk about Elizabeth’s love of peaceful sword-fighting! https://www.elizabethfalkner.com Virtual classes available …
 
Inspector Adam Monahan dusts off his deerstalker cap to investigate an 18th century Chinese screen painting. But when the screen surprisingly sells at auction for over ten times the estimated value, to a Korean bidder, the origins of the screen are suddenly thrown into question. In this ‘Roadshow Radio Mystery Special,’ Adam goes on the hunt to lea…
 
Elle and Susan Vu, a Food Stylist and a previous Senior Culinary Manager at Tasty, reminisce about their workdays at the Food Network. They talk about tokenization and break down the issue of respect versus appropriation in the culinary media industry. They also bond on Elle’s favorite topic – food styling! The Lee Initiative-- https://leeinitiativ…
 
Trish talks to brewer, Jessica Cruzan from Deschutes Brewery in Bend. Jessica talks about growing up in Louisiana and discovering her love of beer not only through her dad, but a job she took while living in Washington, D.C. That interest led her to beer school (yes, that's a thing) and something a little unexpected -- an opportunity at one of her …
 
Hand me a cocktail and leave me alone to cook... that's just one of the ideas Trish and Christopher Kimball from Milk Street have in common.In Episode 117 - Trish chats with the man behind the very popular "Milk Street," and his inspiration in starting the magazine and cooking school, his new cookbook and the common mistakes people make at home in …
 
Sicily Sierra steps into the Walk-In with Elle to talk about acting as a kid on one of Elle's favorite TV shows, One on One, her transition from acting to the culinary scene, and for the first time Sicily gives us the full story about the closure of Colors, the NYC restaurant that closed within a month of reopening. www.fooodpluspeople.com Instagra…
 
This was a treat with a capital T. Trish interviews Italian-American chef Lidia Bastianich. She's an Emmy award winning television host, author and restauranteur who moved to New York at the age of 12. She and her family had to escape their life in Istria, where she left her Grandma Rosa and lived in a refugee camp for 2 years. She tells wonderful,…
 
Robin and Andréa McBride share their story with Elle. They talk about growing up in different parts of the world -- not knowing the other existed. After family members connected them, the sisters discovered they shared more than genetics -- they also shared a passion for wine. The McBride Sisters followed their dreams and founded largest black owne…
 
Trish Glose talks to Rebecca Bender, CEO and founder of RBI and human trafficking survivor. Rebecca grew up in Southern Oregon and says she had big dreams for herself. She found herself moving to Las Vegas with her boyfriend, what she says she hoped would be the beginning of an exciting new life, but instead, turned into a nightmare the first night…
 
Karen Washington steps off her farm and into The Walk-In to talk with Elle about empowering Black Americans to take back power through farming, her work with community gardens in NYC, and the struggles of being a single mother. Learn more about Rise and Root Farm at riseandrootfarm.com. To support Karen's work with the Black Farmer Fund, visit blac…
 
In 2013, GBH’s Antiques Roadshow appraiser John Buxton met a guest claiming to have an ancient Mayan carving. Buxton’s gut said this was a fake but the guest had paperwork proving otherwise. Is it possible Buxton’s instinct was right all along? DETOURS host Adam dives into the deceitful world of forged artifacts, following a story that still eludes…
 
Clearstory will be back for season 2, but in the meantime, we’re excited to announce the debut of the Ask This Old House Podcast. Just like the Emmy-Award winning TV show on PBS, the podcast features the Ask This Old House experts, who answer home improvement questions from homeowners around the country. In the first episode, This Old House editor …
 
Trish Glose talks to the Executive Director of Healthcare Ready, Nicolette Louissaint. The organization focuses on the country's healthcare supply chain and making it stronger before, during and after disasters. Nicolette was appointed to serve on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Advisory Council in 2019. She talks about the immed…
 
Lucky Michaels, a trans rights activist and mixologist featured by the James Beard Foundation, talks to Elle about pay equity, meaningful activism, and mixology as a platform for advocacy. Elle and Lucky discuss the importance of building community, creating sustainable change, and raising the bar for trans rights and visibility. If you learned som…
 
Bryant Terry, a food justice activist and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, talks to Elle about food access, veganism, and everyday acts of resistance. They share the challenges and triumphs of publishing cookbooks, advocating for your vision, and creating space for marginalized voices in food. Visit Bryant's website at bryant-terry.com. F…
 
He survived Hurricane Katrina and the hurdles and challenges he faced are the reasons he's in his current line of work. Daniel Aldrich is a professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Urban Affairs and the director of Security and Resilience Studies Program at Northeastern University. He's also carried out more than five years of field work i…
 
V Spehar, a long-time advocate for food justice and the LGBTQIA+ communities talks to Elle about starting a career in theater, taking on jobs in catering and hospitality and eventually becoming the Director of Impact & Women’s Programs at the James Beard Foundation, where up until recently they worked to increase the number of woman-identifying lea…
 
Tragedy hit close to home for Trish, as she and most of Southern Oregon watched parts of their community go up in flames on August 8, 2020. The devastating Almeda Fire severely burned the towns of Talent and Phoenix and now many are wondering what's next. Trish talks to Jeff Schlegelmilch the director of the National Center of Disaster Preparedness…
 
Mashama Bailey, executive chef and co-founder of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, talks to Elle about cooking with intention, developing confidence in the kitchen, and balancing creative energy with business savvy. They share their experiences in social work, reminisce about the good old days, and discuss staying humble in the spotlight. Follow Masha…
 
Adam Monahan, producer for GBH’s Antiques Roadshow, attempts to verify what could be one of the most valuable objects to ever appear on the program: a flag from John F. Kennedy’s famed navy boat, the PT-109. With the help of a chemist, an appraiser, an author and a curator (oh, and his mom too), Adam tries to determine whether or not we have a nati…
 
Colleen Vincent and Clay Williams, founders of Black Food Folks, talk to Elle about visibility, community and opportunity for Black professionals in the food and drink industry. They discuss Black joy, the future of the Black food community, and creating crucial change through financial investments. Learn more about Black Food Folks at www.blackfoo…
 
Sumptuous and wino... just a couple of definitions for "lush" and we're not mad at either. Trish talks to Sommelier Sarah Tracey, certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers and founder of The Lush Life. She talks about her love of music and how one bad night after playing a club with her band (and an offer to travel to Tuscany) ultimately pushed h…
 
Food historian, author, and educator Dr. Jessica B Harris gives Elle advice only an Auntie can. They talk about growing up as an only child, the magic of HBCU's, and how the pandemic has changed Dr. Harris's perspective. You can learn more about Dr. Harris and her work at africooks.com or follow her on Instagram @drjessicabharris. For our first sea…
 
She can DRAW Snoopy (and all the other Peanuts characters)!!! Trish interviews cartoonist Paige Braddock, the Chief Creative Officer of the Approvals Team at the Schulz Studio. She and her team oversee the art and editorial content for all Peanuts products around the globe. Paige says while she can draw all the Peanuts characters, the team usually …
 
Omar Tate, creator of Honeysuckle, talks to Elle about his culinary journey -- from working in high end restaurants to producing pop-up dinner events that explore the narrative of the Black existence through food. Tate also shares his vision to build a food-based community center in Philadelphia. Visit Honeysuckle's website at honeysucklephl.com an…
 
Trish Glose learns all about astrology and horoscopes with Lisa Stardust, an astrologer based in New York City. She's been a part of the astrology community for more than 10 years and has written horoscopes for major publications, including The Hoodwitch and Teen Vogue. She breaks down what it means to write out horoscopes, what's been happening wi…
 
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