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Best Chris Cosentino podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Chris Cosentino podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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There are so many great things I could say about Rick the list is endless, he is such a talented chef and restauranteur, parent, husband (sheia’s to be specific), philanthropist. One of the best things about Rick is is amazing ability of levity and fun. We always have a good time together whether its working a event or goofing around on bikes he is…
 
When we first met in 1996 we became instant friends he is a fountain of brilliance and fun. I would alway’s bounce things off of him food wise ingredient wise. we are always able to pick up where we left off without missing a beat. Be sure to visit there store in the ferry building or the website to get some amazing chocolates. Follow him: @mrecchi…
 
Nick Muncy has a set of Brass ones, not only is he working full time as a pastry chef for Michael Mina he decided to start, produce and publish his own culinary magazine. What a crazy thought lets do something I have never done before, interview folks, take photos do layouts and distribute yeah that’s not hard. photo credit: michael turkell Follow …
 
As a kid growing up in Rhode Island looking at photos of skateboarding in San Francisco was our guide to the world of street skating. Bryce was a huge part of both taking the photos and being in those photos ripping around the streets of S.F. A few years ago we meet threw mutual friends and have been sharing meals and stories ever since. I even had…
 
The Great White North! Jeremy lives in a place that is a very long way from anything I Know. Growing up in New England I had heard of NewFoundland but never traveled that far north. What he is able to do representing his local foods, history and culture of his home is amazing. I am truly amazed to hear about all the amazing things he is able to do …
 
I have been fortunate to be friends with Hiro for many years. when I first started cooking he was a hero who I looked up to then as I grew in my career we became friends. He was always there for advice, guidance and direction when needed and when it wasn’t asked for as well. His honesty in food and love of the craft is infectious. His experience is…
 
Derek and I go way back to the days of when he was the chef of fifteen in London, I would say he is my brother of another mother. He isa a champion for all things Canadian, as well as being just a brilliant chef. He is a Bruins hockey fan in Montreal which isn’t easy and has a amazing restaurant called Maison Publique which is by far my favorite re…
 
Lets be honest richie pissed in alot of peoples cheerios when he started with his blog and using social media to voice his often contraversial comments about restaurants, critics & just bad restaurant behavior weather it was guests or chefs he had a no holds bar approach. Now richie is older and wiser and has alot to offer the next generation and t…
 
In this episode I am so excited to talk with my friend Kim Alter she is a culinary force to watch and more over a great friend and a amazing human. Night bird is a beautiful restaurant that is a true taste of all what is near and dear to Kim’s heart. KIM ALTER Follow Her: @kimalter CHEF/OWNER OF NIGHTBIRD AND LINDEN ROOM KIM ALTER IS THE CHEF/OWNER…
 
For this special episode of SRAMcast we’ve partnered with Liv Cycling to share a panel discussion from the 2019 Sea Otter Classic. The event was titled, “A Seat at the Table” and included ambassadors, athletes, technicians, and engineers. Panel members discussed their views on the current state of diversity within the sport of cycling and how to ex…
 
British MotoGP racer, Cal Crutchlow, is best known for his motorcycle racing exploits, but you might be surprised to learn that he’s also a huge fan of cycling. The CWM LCR Honda professional logs hundreds of miles a week on his road bike in the off-season. He’s built like a climber but his quads look to be those of a WorldTour sprinter. SRAM’s Ste…
 
Axel Merckx’ Hagens Berman Axeon team is arguably the strongest U23 development team in the world and regularly graduates riders into the WorldTour ranks. A couple of the team’s riders, Elite US National Road Champion — Johnny Brown, and reigning U23 US National Cyclocross and Elite US Mountain Bike Short Track Cross Country champion — Christopher …
 
Chas Christiansen and Nico Deportago-Cabrera are professional cyclists of a different sort. Chas is a bike messenger in San Francisco and Nico a bike messenger in Chicago. So these guys have mastered the art of urban riding. Yet their cycling adventures don’t end there. Cycling, for Chas and Nico, and a 24/7 lifestyle. They’ve built careers doing r…
 
Ted King may be retired from WorldTour racing, but he isn’t slowing down. King just chalked up his second Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race title and is enjoying every minute of his “retired” pro status. SRAM PR Manager, Michael Zellmann, spoke to Ted at SRAM’s Chicago headquarters earlier in the year to learn more about Ted’s journey to this point and f…
 
SRAM 1x (pronounced “one-by”) has its roots in mountain bikes, where it has redefined function, simplicity and chain security. Less is more! And now 1x can be found on the road with SRAM Apex 1, SRAM Rival 1, and SRAM Force 1. Learn more about the function and benefits of 1x as SRAM MTB Drivetrain Product Manager Chris Hilton discusses why 1x is be…
 
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