PODCAST EPISODES

#041 – Katherine Spiers: Food Anthropology & The Smart Mouth Podcast

This week we have a baller guest for you: Katherine Spiers, Host and Creator of the Smart Mouth Podcast, a food history podcast where she talks to some of her favorite people about their favorite food. This episode is sponsored by Ora Organic, my favorite supplement company because they use…
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#040 – Kristian Cosentino: The Positive Mindset Behind Some of San Francisco’s Most Interesting Bars and Restaurants

Today we toast to focusing on and maintaining positivity in everything we do! Kristian Cosentino is the owner of two San Francisco bars, Dirty Water and The Rusted Mule. Dirty Water is a high-end bar and restaurant located in the lobby of Twitter’s HQ, and The Rusted Mule is a…
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#039 – Alan Tardi: All About Prosecco: DOCG, DOC, & More

It’s December, so it’s the perfect time to talk about Prosecco – and there’s no better person to talk to about this bubbly treat than Alan Tardi (who you may remember from our bonus episode on National Champagne Day). The world of Prosecco isn’t quite as well known as Champagne…
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#038 – Michael Schibel: #TravelWithMeaning

Today we toast to a life filled with extraordinary adventures, friendships, love, unique experiences, open roads, and incredible sunsets! Michael Schibel is the Founder of both The Schibel Group and Travel With Meaning, and he has a wonderful story to share that will take us on an adventure all around…
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#037 – Dennis Oakley: The Forking Great Story Behind The Original BarBack™ Tool

Dennis Oakley is the inventor, founder, creator, and patent holder of The Original BarBack™ Tool, an elegant multi function tool for kitchens and bars. This nifty little tool isn’t just for bartenders – it’s perfect for anyone who likes to make a good drink, and it’s forking convenient on my…
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#036 – Annie Patterson: A Server’s Perspective + Preparing to be a Sommelier

Today we’re sharing a super important but under-appreciated perspective: your server’s. Annie Patterson joins us to discuss the knowledge, focus, and mental toughness it takes to keep a smile on and provide the top-notch service that everybody deserves when they go into a restaurant. And, of course, we talk about…
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#035 – Farley Elliott: A Brief History of Los Angeles Street Food

Today’s guest grew up in a town so small that he had to travel 20 minutes to the nearest “big” town to eat at late-night Denny’s with his friends Now, Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor for Eater Mag in LA and author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History…
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#034 – Chef Chris Hill: Crush Your Career in the Kitchen & Online

Chef Chris Hill returns for another forking delicious episode! In episode 20, Chris discussed the biggest challenges in the food industry and his book, Making the Cut: What Separates the Best From the Rest. Today we dig into Chris’ next book, Crush Your Career: A Proven Path to Sustainability in…
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#033 – Chef Rouha Sadighi: The Rooster is Bringing the Breakfast Revolution from LA to Austin

COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO! It’s time to wake up because today’s guest, Chef Rouha Sadighi, is an over-medium egg perfectionist, a fierce competitor on Chopped, a Cutthroat Kitchen champion, and the woman making breakfast dope (again)! Chef Rouha brought a breakfast revolution to LA when she rolled out The Rooster food trucks, and…
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BONUS – Alan Tardi: Exploring The House of Krug for #ChampagneDay 2017

Do you want a peak into a world of champagne mystery, secrets, luxury, and timelessness – a world where wine holds memories of the past and future? Well, you’re in luck! Chef, restaurateur, and journalist Alan Tardi joins us to share his experiences within the secret world of the most…
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