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Mystery Meet founder Seth Resler gets the inside scoop from local food bloggers on the best restaurants in different cities. Find out where the natives really eat when they go out.
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3 мар. 2017 г.
115: A Look at Food Tourism
Seth Resler, the founder of Taste Trekkers and the host of the Find Dining podcast, spoke about food tourism at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in Boston on October 16, 2016.
28 июн. 2016 г.
114: The Philosophy of Food
Dwight Furrow, author of American Foodie: Taste, Art, and the Cultural Revolution talks about the philosophy of food .
26 мар. 2016 г.
Inbal Baum, the founder of Delicious Israel, talks about the food scene in her country.
14 февр. 2016 г.
112: Ballpark Food
Bennet Jacobstein, author of The Joy of Ballpark Food: From Hot Dogs to Haute Cuisine, talks to us about what foodies can find at different baseball stadiums around the country.
18 янв. 2016 г.
111: Cajun Food from Lafeyette, Louisiana
Marie Ducote of Cajun Food Tours in Lafayette, Louisiana, tells us about the Cajun food scene. We talk about king cakes, gumbo, and the differences between Cajun and Creole food.
9 апр. 2015 г.
110: Portland, Oregon
Heidi Burnette of Forktown Food Tours in Portland, Oregon, tells us about her food scene. We talk about food carts, merroir, and the fact that real Oregonians don't use umbrellas.
12 мар. 2015 г.
109: Jeff Greif of Travel Squire
Jeff Greif, Editor in Chief of TravelSquire.com, tells us about his publication's list of the top 28 destinations for 2015, and tells us which ones are of particular interest to foodies.
29 янв. 2015 г.
108: Traveling the World
Seven years ago, Jodi Ettenberg, the blogger behind Logal Nomads, quit her job to travel the world and enjoy food. In this episode, she tells us how she did it.
8 янв. 2015 г.
Giorgos Maltezakis of Cretan Paths tells us about the culinary scene on the Greek island of Crete. We discuss olives, wines, and minotaurs.
11 дек. 2014 г.
106: The Evolution of Fruit
Australian high school chemistry teacher James Kennedy tells us how fruits have evolved over time.
30 нояб. 2014 г.
105: The Bahamas
Alanna Rodgers, founder of Tru Bahamian Food Tours, tells us all about the food scene in the Bahamas.
1 ч 1 мин
13 нояб. 2014 г.
104: Food Trend Forecasting
Suzy Badaracco, founder of Culinary Tides, tells us about the world of food trend forecasting. We discuss how the impact of Hurricane Katrina, the economy, and the movie Frozen on what people eat.
1 ч 11 мин
31 окт. 2014 г.
103: Chef Michael Cimarusti of Providence in Los Angeles
Chef Michael Cimarusti, owner of Providence in Los Angeles, tells us about his culinary journey. We discuss his time cooking in France, the secrets of seafood, and his family's recent culinary travels in Europe.
1 ч 1 мин
16 окт. 2014 г.
102: Eat Your World
Laura Siciliano Rosen, co-founder of Eat Your World, tells us about her culinary adventures in Istanbul, Coastal Yucatán, and New York City.
25 сент. 2014 г.
101: Durham, North Carolina
Sam Poley of the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau tells us what makes the food scene in his North Carolina city unlike anywhere else. We discuss the close-knit chef community, what to do between meals, and the different styles of Carolina barbecue.
18 сент. 2014 г.
100: Greatest Hits
In the 100th episode of the Find Dining podcast, we take a look back at some of our favorite interviews. From Ireland to Thailand to Russia, here's a sampler platter from our first two years.
1 ч 15 мин
11 сент. 2014 г.
99: New Zealand
Elle Armon Jones of Big Foody Food Tours talks about culinary travel in New Zealand. We discuss adjusting to opposite seasons, Pacific Rim cuisine, and how Lord of the Rings put New Zealand on the tourist map.
1 ч 4 мин
5 сент. 2014 г.
Christopher Bakken, author of Honey, Olives, Octopus: Adventures at the Greek Table, and the English Department Chair at Allegheny College about culinary travel in Greece. We discuss travel writing, harvesting olives, and hunting for octopus.
1 ч 1 мин
28 авг. 2014 г.
97: Bolivian Cuisine
Chef Cesin Curi of Los Andes in Providence, Rhode Island talks about about Bolivian cuisine. We discuss opening a restaurant with his brother, the differences between Bolivian and Peruvian food, and what makes a great ceviche.
1 ч 10 мин
21 авг. 2014 г.
96: Food Tours & Chicago, Illinois
Shane Kost, founder of Food Tour Pros and Chicago Food Planet Tours, talks to us about the food tour business and the Windy City's food scene. We discuss Chicago-style hot dogs, deep dish pizza, and architecture.
14 авг. 2014 г.
95: MasterChef's Becky Reams
We talk to Becky Reams, food photographer and second runner-up on Master Chef's season three. We discuss food styling and photography, Kansas City barbecue, and what Gordon Ramsay is really like.
1 ч 3 мин
1 авг. 2014 г.
94: Food Trends
David Sax, author of The Tastemakers: Why We're Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up with Fondue, talks about trends in the culinary food. We discuss the impact of Sex and the City on cupcakes, the weight carried by Whole Foods and Dr. Oz, and truth about pomegranate juice.
24 июл. 2014 г.
93: Chef Grant Achatz of Alinea in Chicago
Grant Achatz is the world-renowned chef behind Alinea, Aviary, and Next in Chicago. We talk to him about building his first car, molecular gastronomy, and surviving tongue cancer.
1 ч 26 мин
17 июл. 2014 г.
Top Chef finalist and fan favorite Sheldon Simeon of MiGrant and Mala Wailea tells us how to eat like a local in Maui. We discuss Hawaiian family celebrations, elevating ramen, and his rise from dishwasher to celebrity chef.
10 июл. 2014 г.
James Beard Award-winning filmmaker, Andrew Grace Beck, talks to us about his year of eating locally while filming Eating Alabama. We discuss local eating, food documentaries, and the complicated state of American agriculture.
1 ч 3 мин
3 июл. 2014 г.
90: Miami, Florida
Grace Della of Miami Culinary Tours tells us where travelers should eat when they come to Miami, Florida. We discuss neuvo latino cuisine, empanadas, and Miami’s art deco architecture.
26 июн. 2014 г.
89: Food from the Silk Road
Cookbook author Dahlia Abraham-Klein talks to us about foods from The Silk Road through Central Asia. We discuss how her family's nomadic merchant history is reflected in her recipes, Bukharian cuisine, and the secret to finding a good CSA.
19 июн. 2014 г.
88: New York City
Myra Alperson of Noshwalks talks to us about food tours in New York City. We discuss "the real New York,” Ghanaian food, and the secrets of an egg cream.
1 ч 12 мин
12 июн. 2014 г.
Meghan Sheridan, Executive Director of Vermont Fresh Network talks to us how to plan the perfect foodie trip to Vermont. We talk about where to find great Vermont cheese, the secret of maple syrup, and the virtues of ice cider.
1 ч 3 мин
22 мая 2014 г.
86: The Peruvian Jungle
Chef Jose Duarte of Taranta in Boston talks about the recent food trip he led into the jungle of Peru. We discuss ceviche, making his restaurant eco-friendly, and getting kids to eat bugs in the Amazon.
15 мая 2014 г.
85: Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Colleen Franzreb, founder of Cape Cod Foodie Tours, talks to us about the dining scene in Cape Cod. We discuss building a food tour business, the secret to great fish and chips, and how to avoid the Cape traffic.
8 мая 2014 г.
84: Tokyo, Japan
Matthew Amster-Burton, co-host of the Spilled Milk podcast, talks to us about dining in Tokyo, Japan. We discuss raising children to be adventurous eaters, the origins of his podcast, and the secret to eating tempura.
1 мая 2014 г.
83: Oaxaca, Mexico
Dolores Wiarco Dweck of Lola’s Cocina talks to us about food tourism in Mexico. We discuss her research on cooking schools in Oaxaca, the importance of mole, and the real meaning of Cinco de Mayo.
24 апр. 2014 г.
82: 2014 James Beard Awards Preview
Izabela Wojcik, the Director of House Programming for the James Beard Foundation, gives us an inside look at the James Beard Awards. We talk about the life of James Beard, how the Awards work, and all of the other things that the James Beard Foundation does.
1 ч 8 мин
17 апр. 2014 г.
81: The Galilee in Israel
Paul Nirews, Founder of Galileat food tours, joined us to talk about the culinary scene in Israel. We discuss the state of Israeli wine, the importance of olives, and the ability of food tourism to empower women in the Middle East.
10 апр. 2014 г.
80: Kosher and Passover Dining
Food blogger Liz Reuven of Kosher Like Me talks about the rules of kosher dining and her new Passover cookbook, 4 Bloggers Dish: Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors. We discuss the parallels between ancient kosher laws and the modern organic food movement, the questions to ask at your local farmer’s market, and tips for updating the traditional Passover menu.
3 апр. 2014 г.
79: 101 Best Restaurants in America
Arthur Bovino, Executive Editor of The Daily Meal, joins us to talk to us about all things food and drink. We discuss crowd-sourced restaurant reviews, the process for ranking restaurants, and the five best places to eat in America.
27 мар. 2014 г.
78: Macedonia and the Slow Food Movement
Stephanie Georgieff, host of the Real Food Empire podcast, tells us about the Slow Food Movement and the culinary scene in Macedonia. We discuss the origins of pizza, the U.S. Farm Bill, and McDonald's in Macedonia.
20 мар. 2014 г.
77: Shirley Chung of Top Chef
Get to know Top Chef finalist Shirley Chung. We talk about her food journey from becoming a chef to her culinary explorations across Asia after finding her culinary voice in New Orleans.
1 ч 3 мин
13 мар. 2014 г.
Helen McDaid, Manager of Food Tourism at Failte Ireland tells us about the culinary scene in Ireland. We discuss the Guinness Storehouse, the potato famine, and how St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in Ireland.
6 мар. 2014 г.
75: The U.S. Farm Bill
Sarah Hackney from The National Sustainable Agricultural Coalition (NSAC) talks to us about the Farm Bill and how it impacts American farmers, chefs and diners. We discuss the changing face of US farming, why the bill took three years to pass in Congress, and the future of sustainable agriculture.
1 ч 9 мин
27 февр. 2014 г.
74: Louisville and Kentucky Bourbon
Larry Kass from Heaven Hill Distilleries talks to us bourbon its role in tourism for Louisville, Kentucky. We discuss the difference between bourbon and other whiskies , how to taste bourbon, why the best bourbons are made in Kentucky, and how the bourbon industry was built.
20 февр. 2014 г.
73: Food Trucks
In the episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Eric Weiner, founder of Food Trucks In, a company that enables people to discover new food trucks across the United States.
13 февр. 2014 г.
72: Soviet Russia
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, three-time James Beard Award-winning author Anya von Bremzen talks about what food was like growing up in Soviet Russia. We discuss Russian mayonnaise, communal apartments and the black market.
7 февр. 2014 г.
71: Asheville, North Carolina
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Dodie Stephens of the Asheville Conventions and Visitors' Bureau tells us about the culinary scene in Asheville, North Carolina. We discuss destination marketing, craft brewing and life in the mountains. * Check out Asheville's Foodtopia website * Asheville was named "BeerCity USA" in an Examiner poll 4 years in a row * The Destination Marketing Association International is honoring the James Beard Foundation with the 2014 Spirit of Hospitality Award * 19 craft breweries. 84,000 people. Do the math. * There's lots of ways to explore Asheville's beer scene * Imbibe Magazine named Asheville one of "75 Places that will Change the Way You Drink" * Highland Brewing Company is Asheville's oldest craft brewery * Catch some live music at the French Broad Brewery * Get adventurous at the artsy Wedge Brewing Company * Check out the local hard cider, moonshine and sake makers * Explore the Western North Carolina Cheese Trail * C…
30 янв. 2014 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Tatiana Gana of Gastro Tours tells us how to take a culinary vacation in Spain. We discuss Spain's virgin food tourism scene, extended lunches, and how Italy is taking credit for all of the country's olive oil. * Check out Tatiana's tours on the Gastro Tours website * Try the specialty foods of Spain, like Iberica ham * Newport Storm is a beer from Newport, Rhode Island * Ribera del Duero is a large wine region in the middle of Spain * When in Spain, eat the suckling lamb * Traveling within Spain using public transit in the bigger cities and rental cars within more rural areas * Lunch is the primary meal of the day Food for Thought: * Q: What two food products is Spain the biggest producer of in the world? * A: Olive oil and air-dried cured ham. Out of the Frying Pan: * Best Way to Find Great Restaurants: About.com or ask a taxi driver * Remember to Pack: An extra t-shirt or two for layers. * Favorite Hotel: The U…
23 янв. 2014 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Ann Mah joins us to talk about her new book, Mastering the Art of French Eating. We discuss Julia Child, how beef got to France, and why Americans don't like tripe. * Check out Ann's fiction book, Kitchen Chinese * Check out Ann Mah's website * Sichuan Provincial Government Restaurant is Ann's favorite in Beijing * Ann received a grant from the James Beard Foundation * Ann was inspired by Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking * Does Ann's story remind anybody else of the movie Julie & Julia? * Americans aren't on board with tripe, but the French are -- especially Andouillette Food for Thought: * Q: What was the first A.O.C. (appellation d'origine contrôlée) product in France? * A: Roquefort Cheese (in 1411). Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Hotel in Paris: Hotel Le Six * Favorite Place to go for Wine: Beaune (for Burgundy) * Favorite Farm: Delbouis Les Bessades (ask for Cathy) * Restaurant w…
17 янв. 2014 г.
68: Portland, Oregon & the Foodworx Conference
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Erik Wolf, the Founder of the World Food Travel Association, joins us to talk about the upcoming Foodworx Conferencein Portland, Oregon. We discuss the state of the food tourism industry, the difference between diners and cooks, and psycho-culinary profiles. * Check out the Foodworx Conference on February 4, 2014 * The WFTA also hosted the 2013 World Food Travel Summit in Sweden * Mmmmm...Vegemite! * Chipotle is one of the big business sourcing ingredients locally * Foodworx is held at the Gerding Theater at the Armory in Portland's Pearl District * Deirdre Campbell from the Tartan Group will introduce the conference * Dana Gunders from the Natural Resources Defense Council will speak * Tommy Habetz of Bunk's Sandwiches will speak * See talks from last year's Foodworx Conference * David Howitt of the Meriweather Group will speak * Everybody loves Chef Lisa Schroeder of Mother's Bistro & Bar Food for Thought: * Q: Wh…
10 янв. 2014 г.
67: Chef John Currence of City Grocery in Oxford, Mississippi
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, James Beard Award-winning chef John Currence of the City Grocery Group restaurants discusses his new cookbook, Pickles, Pigs and Whiskey: Recipes From my Three Favorite Food Groups and Then Some. We talk about Tabasco sauce, the rise of the celebrity chef and the impact of Hurricane Katrina on his hometown. * Visit the CIty Grocery website * Buy John's cookbook * Commander's Palace is a New Orleans culinary legend * Early on, John worked at Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina * John was the sous chef at Gautreau's in New Orleans * John helped the Brennan family open Bacco in New Orleans * John read Art Culinaire magazine voraciously * Cochon is the definitive Southern Cajun restaurant in New Orleans * John set his sights on Zuni Cafe's roasted chicken * The Picayune's Creole Cook Book is the classic Creole cookbook * John is on the Board of Directors of the Southern Foodways Alliance * Comeback Sauce hails f…
2 янв. 2014 г.
66: Austin Food Documentaries
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, director David Barrow discusses two of his documentary films: Farm City-State and True Beef. We discuss and the demise of Home Ec. * Visit the Farm City-State website * Visit the True Beef website * Johnson's Backyard Garden is the largest CSA in Austin * The Boggy Creek Farm was a pioneer in Austin farming * Wheatsville Food Co-op is an Austin grocery store that features local produce * Urban Roots is an urban farm for Austin youth * Ten Acre Organics and Agua Dulce are aquaponics farms * Cooking with Connally is a high school culinary education program Food for Thought: * Q: How many different lean cuts of beef are in a cow? * A: 29. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Best Beef Dish: Burnt Ends at Franklin Barbecue * Where to Buy Beef: Bastrop Cattle Company and Central Market * Favorite Documentary about Food: A Place at the Table
29 нояб. 2013 г.
65: Southern Italy
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Rosetta Costantino, author of Southern Italian Desserts, talks about the dishes of her hometown of Calabria, Italy. We discuss the Queen's licorice, the difference between Tuscan dishes and Southern Italian dishes, and the influence of the Swiss and the Arabs. * Visit Rosetta's website * Read Southern Italian Desserts and My Calabria * Take a cooking class with Rosetta * Take a culinary tour of Southern Italy with Rosetta * Read the San Francisco Chronicle article that launched Rosetta's culinary career * Try some licorice from Amarelli * Try some pastries from Pasticceria Caflisch * Market Hall and Berkeley Bowl are great Bay Area shops for Italian ingredients Food for Thought: * Q: What nut was brought to Sicily by the Arabs and is now grown on the slopes of Mount Etna? * A: The pistachio. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Where you Fly Into: Lamezia Airport * Where to Stay in Southern Italy: Porto Pirgos * Favor…
15 нояб. 2013 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Chef Andy Ricker of Pok Pokin Portland, Oregon, shows us how to take a culinary adventure in Thailand. We discuss mortars and pestles, boiled buffalo fetus and Ike's Vietnamese fish sauce wings. * Visit the Pok Pok website * Read Pok Pok: Food and Stories from the Streets, Homes and Roadside Restaurants of Thailand * Try Ike's Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings Regions of Thailand to Explore: * The South / Peninsula * Central Thailand * Isan / Northeastern Thailand * Chiang Mai / Northend Thailand Food for Thought: * Q: What is a seasoning that Thai food and Italian food share? * A: Fish sauce. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Must-Visit Places in Thailand: Chiang Mai and Bangkok * Thai Dish for Comparison: Pad Thai * Favorite Chef: David Thompson * Thai Drinks to Try: Sugarcane Juice, Hibiscus Juice, Chrysanthemum Tea, White Lightning * Best Place in the U.S. to Buy Thai Ingredients: Thai farmers in Florida * Wher…
1 нояб. 2013 г.
63: San Francisco
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Anita Chu of Dessert First recommends Rich Tablein San Francisco, where Chefs Evan and Sarah Rich serves up New American dishes like lamb and dandelion pasta, salmon with tomatoes and gribiche. * Read more about Rich Table on Dessert First * Visit the Rich Table website * Rich Table is located at 199 Gough Street in San Francisco * Read Anita's Field Guide to Cookies and Field Guide to Candy * Legendary chefs to check out: Hubert Keller, Traci des Jardines, and Michael Mina * Up and coming chefs: Danny Bowien of Mission Chinese, Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski of State Bird Provisions, * Try a bun from The Chairman food truck Anita recommends: * Sardine chips * Douglas fir levain * Lamb and dandelion pasta * Salmon with tomatoes and gribiche * Mint chocolate ice cream San Francisco Dining Districts to Explore: * Mission * Financial District/SoMa * Hayes Valley San Francisco Food Events: * SF Chefs Foo…
24 окт. 2013 г.
62: Panel Discussion: Culinary Tourism Today and Tomorrow
What is “food tourism” anyway? How do you do it? And how do you make sure that you’re doing it well? At the first Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference, we brought together several chefs, food tour operators and culinary tourism experts to discuss the state of food tourism and give you practical tips for putting together a great foodie vacation. Led by Gail Ciampa, the Food Editor of The Providence Journal, we heard from the top practitioners of food tourism in North America. This week's podcast episode features a recording of that panel discussion on Saturday, September 21, 2013, in Providence, Rhode Island.
18 окт. 2013 г.
61: Stowe, Vermont
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Ken Aiken of Touringroads recommend Crop Bistroin Stowe, Vermont where Chef Tom Bivins serves up dishes like the Carolina MOP Chicken Sandwich and Vermont Rarebit. We discuss moto-foodies, Vermont cheese and the importance of a beer glass' shape. * Read more about Crop Bistro on Touringroads * Visit the Crop Bistro website * Crop Bistro is located at 1859 Mt. Road in Stowe, Vermont * Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream was founded in Vermont * Cabot Creamery's cheeses are internationally recognized * Vermont Coffee Company is a fair trade coffee roaster in Middlebury * Smugglers' Notch has unbelievable views * The Vermont Fresh Network has been instrumental in developing relationships between farmers and chefs * So has Sean Buchanan of the Black River Produce * Check out Crowley Cheese * The Trapp Family (of The Sound of Music fame) owns a lodge in Vermont * Hen of the Wood is a great place to eat in Waterbury * Chef Michael Kl…
10 окт. 2013 г.
60: The Hope & Main Kitchen Incubator in Rhode Island
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Greg Fatigati of Fatigati's Fresh Pasta talks about the Hope & Main kitchen incubatorin Warren, Rhode Island. We discuss pasta, the Food Network and the origin of tomatoes. * Visit the Fatigati's Fresh Pasta website * Visit the Hope & Main website * Greg attended, taught, and is now the Associate Dean of Culinary Arts at the Culinary Institute of America * Visit the National Museum of Pasta in Italy * Econsult Solutions produced a report titled U.S. Kitchen Incubators: An Industry Snapshot * The E-Myth Revisited is a great book for entrepreneurs Food for Thought: * Q: How did the tortellini get its shape? * A: It was inspired by a woman's belly button -- perhaps Venus, the goddess of love. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Restaurant with the Best View: Boat House in Tiverton * Favorite First Date Restaurant: Scales and Shells * Favorite Brunch Spot: Castle Hill Inn * Favorite Fried Seafood Restaurant: Quito's in Bri…
3 окт. 2013 г.
59: Chef Matt Jennings' Keynote Address at the 2013 Taste Trekkers Food & Travel Expo
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, hear the keynote address given by Chef Matt Jennings of Farmstead at the 2013 Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference. Matt was introduced by the Mayor of Providence, the honorable Angel Taveras. * Listen to our interview with Matt Jennings * Johnson & Wales University has a fantastic culinary program * Waterfire is Providence's signature cultural event * Matt participated in the James Beard Foundation's Chefs Bootcamp for Policy and Change at Glenwood Farms * Providence was named America's top city for "Food / Drink / Restaurants" by Travel + Leisure magazine * Check out the Edible Communities publications * Farm Fresh RI supporst local food producers and educates eaters * Andrew Zimmern filmed an episode of Bizarre Foods in Providence
13 сент. 2013 г.
58: Rhode Island
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Frank Martucci, the General Manager of Beverage Operations at the Twin River Casino and the National Vice President of the United States Bartenders' Guild. We talk discuss whiskey, bourbon, rum and bitters. * Find out more about the Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference * Visit the Twin River Casino website * Visit the United States Bartenders' Guild website * Thomas Tew Rum is a single barrel rum distilled in Newport * The International Bartenders Association hosts the World Cocktail Championship * The Sons of Liberty distillery is in North Kingstown * Jim Beam has released a white whiskey called Jacob's Ghost * Try some whiskey from Death's Door Spirits in Wisconsin * Fred & Steve's is a great steakhouse at the Twin River Casino * Cook & Brown has been nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award two years in a row * The Dorrance and Farmstead in Providence have amazing cocktails * DeWolf Tavern and P…
5 сент. 2013 г.
57: Chef Matt Jennings of Farmstead in Providence
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Chef Matt Jennings of Farmstead, the James Beard Award nominee and three-time Cochon 555 champion who will deliver the keynote address at the first Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference. We talk about his journeys as a chef and cheese buyer, the importance of the farm-to-table movement, and the proper way to dig for clams. * Find out more about the Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference * Visit the Farmstead Inc. website * Matt is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute in Vermont * Matt was a cheese buyer for the Formaggio Kitchen in Boston * Kate Jennings is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, Napa Valley * Paul Bertolli and Michael Tusk are two California chefs that influenced Matt * The Wall Street Journal featured Matt in this story on buttermilk * National Public Radio featured Matt in this story on happy pigs * Matt has filmed an episode of PBS' Moveable Feast with F…
29 авг. 2013 г.
56: Food Trucks, Diners, and the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Richard J.S. Gutman, the Director and Curator of the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum in Providence, Rhode Island. We talk about the museum and the history of food trucks and diners. * Visit the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum's website * Get one of Richard's books, American Diner Then and Now * Read Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat by Bee Wilson * The first diner was created by Walter Scott in Providence, Rhode Island in 1872 * John Baeder paints and photographs food trucks * Kenny Lao runs the Rickshaw Dumpling Bar in New York City * Clover Food Lab in Cambridge has an awesome food truck * Check out our 2011 Food Truck Mystery Meet Dinner on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Food for Thought: * Q: Patrick J. "Pop" Tierney was an early diner-building pioneer at the turn of the 20th century in New Rochelle, New York. What innovation in the industry is he credited with? * A: Moving toilets insi…
22 авг. 2013 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Danielle Brodhagen of the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance recommends Langdon Hallin Cambridge, where Chef Jonathan Gushue serves up Canadian dishes. * Read more about the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance * Visit the Langdon Hall website * Langdon Hall is located at 1 Langdon Dr Cambridge, Ontario * Visit the Bacon and Ale Trail in Stratford * Try the pizza from the oven at Norman Hardie's winery * Chef Marc Lepine can be found at Atelier in Ottawa * Take a trip on the Butter Tart Trail * Check out the Stratford Chefs School * You should pay attention to Chef Jamie Kennedy * Chef Carl Heinrich of Richmond Station won season 2 of Top Chef Canada * Read Earth to Table by Jeff Crump * Find Chef Susur Lee at Lee * Watch Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford and Stephen Treadwell * The Group of Seven Chefs is from Toronto Danielle recommends: * Poached chicken and foie gras terrine * The burger on the Wilk's bar menu *…
15 авг. 2013 г.
54: Providence, Rhode Island
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Cindy Salvato of Savoring Rhode Island recommends Bacaroin Providence, where Chef Brian Kingsford serves up Italian dishes like Pesce del Giorno. We talk about DOP pizza, Waterfire and the city's historic Federal Hill neighborhood. * Visit the Savoring Rhode Isand website * Visit the Bacaro website * Bacaro is located at 262 South Water Street in Providence * Johnson & Wales University is in Providence * Visit the Scialo Bros. Bakery * Waterfire is Providence's signature artistic event * Chef Derek Wagner at Nick's on Broadway rocks * Beau Vestal is the chef at New Rivers * Marcello Florio is the new chef at Trattoria Zooma Cindy recommends: * Antipasti * Pesce del Giorno * A spritz * Any freshly made tart Providence Dining Districts to Explore: * Federal Hill * Downcity * River walk Providence Food Events: * Federal Hill Stroll (June and December) * Eat Drink RI * RI Food Fights Food for Thought:…
8 авг. 2013 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Marina Marchese of Red Bee Honey tells all about the art of honey tasting in a special preview of her session at the 2013 Taste Trekkers Food Tourism Conference. We talk about raising bees, corporate pollination and the key to honey flavor profiles. * Visit Red Bee Honey's website * Read Marina's new book, The Honey Connoisseur * Read Marina's previous book, Honeybee: Lessons from an Accidental Beekeeper * Learn about the American Honey Tasting Society * Watch Ulee's Gold with Peter Fonda Food for Thought: * Q: How much honey does the average worker bee produce during her lifetime? * A: One twelfth of a teaspoon. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Must-Go Restaurants when in Weston, CT: leFarm and Artisan at Delamar Southport * Favorite Chef: Bill Taibe of leFarm * Favorite Places to Buy Cheese: Fairfield Cheese Company and 109 Cheese & Wine * A Must-Try Honey: Tupelo Honey
3 авг. 2013 г.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Aysegul Kesimoglu of King's College London recommends Lokanta Mayain Istanbul, where Chef Didem Senol serves up contemporary Turkish dishes like whiting fish, caramalized sea bass, and long roasted lamb. * Read more about Lokanta Maya on King's College London * Visit the Lokanta Maya website * Lokanta Maya is located at Kemankeş Cad. 35 A Karaköy in İstanbul Aysegul recommends: * Courgette fritters * Salted bonito fish * Chicken pate with pear marmalade * Seed and herb salad with pomegranate * Whiting fish of the cod fish family with almonds and potato salad * Caramalized sea bass which she sometimes cooks with orange and at other times with fig * Long roasted lamb with white bean puree * Mastic pudding with cherry sauce The Şisli - Nişantaşı Area: * Organic food market near Feriköy in the Şişli district (on Saturdays, and in different neighborhoods on other days) * Both Şisli and in certain parts of…
25 июл. 2013 г.
51: Phoenix, Arizona
Subscribe or leave a review in iTunes. In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Tyler Walters of Why Did I Eat This? recommends Angel's Trumpet Ale Housein Phoenix, where Chef Xane Brody serves up fantastic wings. * Read more about Angel's Trumpet Ale House on Why Did I Eat This? * Visit the Angel's Trumpet Ale House website * Angel's Trumpet Ale House is located at 810 N 2nd Street in Phoenix * Art lovers, check out First Fridays * Chef Chris Bianco runs Pizzeria Bianco * Get the donkey wings at The Reef and the suicide wings at Teakwoods Tavern * Stop by the Luncha Libre food truck * Chef Nobuo Fukuda can be found at Nubuo at Teeter House * Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza owns Barrio Cafe and Barrio Queen Tyler recommends: * Angels Wings with Honey and Moose Drool Dipping Sauce * Pizzas * The Churchill Grilled Cheese * Pop Tarts Phoenix Dining Districts to Explore: * Downtown Phoenix * Old Town Scottsdale * Downtown Chandler Phoenix Food Events:…
18 июл. 2013 г.
50: Cincinnati, Ohio
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Lisa Biello recommends Orchids at Palm Court in Cincinnati, where Chef Todd Kelly serves up American dishes like Braised Short Ribs. We talk about quail eggs, proper dining attire and life as a DJ. * Read more about Orchids on N/A * Visit the Orchids website * Orchids is located at 35 West 5th Street in Cincinnati * Lisa used to be a DJ on 94.9 The Sound and Frequency 94.1 * When you go to Cincinnati, try: (1) the chili, (2) Graeter's Ice Cream, and (3) Montgomery Inn * Get goetta at MainStrasse Village's Goettafest * Downtown Cincinnati has a number of historic buildings * Get fresh produce and meat at Findlay Market * Chef Jean Robert owns Table * Chef David Falk runs Boca and Nada * Find Chef Stephen Williams at Bouquet Restaurant and Wine Bar * Christian Peotoso is the chef at Via Vite * Pick up a copy of the Cincy Beat and Lisa recommends: * Maine Lobster Salad * Braised Short Ribs * Anything Pastry Che…
11 июл. 2013 г.
49: The Denver Burger Battle
Subscribe or leave a review in iTunes. In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Jeremy Kossler tells us what to expect at the Denver Burger Battle. We discuss grass-fed beef, squid-ink buns and the importance of truffles. Denver Burger Battle: * August 8, 2013: Buy Tickets * Sculpture Park, 1245 Champa Street in Denver * Visit the Denver Burger Battle website 2013 Contestants: * Park Burger * Crave Real Burgers * Larkburger * Juicy Burgers and Dogs * Jax Fish House * Highland Tap & Burger * EDGE Restaurant at Four Seasons * Candlelight Tavern * Linger * Punch Bowl Social * TAG Burger Bar * Grind * See Chef Jennifer Jasinski on Top Chef Masters * Try the chicken and waffles at Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen * Left Hand Brewing Co. makes a great milk stout -- try it nitro * New Belgium Brewery and Odell Brewing also make great beers * The Aspen Food & Wine Festival is fantastic if you can afford it * Do at the Zoo is your chance to eat with the…
27 июн. 2013 г.
48: Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Ann Tuennerman talks about the 2013 program at Tales of the Cocktail, the world's premiere mixology conference. * Buy tickets for Tales of the Cocktail * Check out the Tales of the Cocktail website * Check out the 59 seminar sessions at the 2013 conference * Read Dale DeGroff's The Craft of the Cocktail * Details on the Spirited Awards [gallery columns="6" link="file" ids="4979,4967,4968,4969,4970,4971,4972,4973,4974,4975,4976"] Food for Thought: * Q: What was the occupation of Antoine Peychaud, the creator of Peychaud's Bitters? * A: Pharmacist. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Place with the Best Beer Selection: Avenue Pub * Most Romantic Spot for Drinks: French 75 Bar or Belocq * Favorite Place for Dessert: Palace Cafe (get the white chocolate bread pudding) * Best Decor: Arnaud's at Christmas and Mardi Gras
20 июн. 2013 г.
47: Nashville, Tennessee
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Angela Roberts of Spinach Tiger recommends Silly Goosein Nashville, where Chef Roderick Bailey serves up Americana dishes like dry rubbed pork ribs and citrus & greek yogurt marinated chicken. We discuss Honky Tonk Row, George Foreman Grills and the city's eponymous television show. * Read more about Silly Goose on Spinach Tiger * Visit the Silly Goose website * Silly Goose is located at 1888 Eastland Ave * Nashville has its own TV show on ABC * Get New York-style pizza at Five Points Pizza * Margot McCormack uses local ingredients at Margot's Cafe * Drink a Blackberry Lemonade Old Fashioned at Holland House Bar & Refuge * Check out Lockeland Table * Try the oysters at The Southern of Nashville * Tandy Wilson serves up great dishes at City House * Get the ox tails at Silo * Try the shrimp 'n grits at The Mad Platter * Sandwiches + Waffles = Swaffles * Red Bicycle has great crepes * Chef Sean Brock has brought Hu…
13 июн. 2013 г.
46: Baltimore and the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival
> In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Greg Nivens tells us what to expect at the Beer Bourbon and BBQ Festival. We discuss the history of bourbon, the barbecue sauces of the South and the secret history of tirmisu. Beer Bourbon and BBQ Festival: * June 14 & 15, 2013: National Harbor, MD * August 2 & 3, 2013: Gary, NC * September 21, 2013: Reston, VA * November 2, 2013: Nashville, TN * Buy Tickets * Visit the Beer Bourbon and BBQ Festival website Baltimore Dining Districts to Explore: * Canton * Fell's Point * Federal Hill * Hampden Also: * Luigi's Deli has "The Scooch," Baltimore's best sandwich * Sweet Tea is hard to get outside of the South * The mustard barbecue sauce from Maurice's Piggie Park rocks! * Read Jim Early's Cradle of 'Cue * Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve, as seen in The Internship * Jack Daniel's is Tennessee Whiskey, not bourbon * Wild Turkey American Honey is a good place for bourbon virgins to start * Take a trip on…
6 июн. 2013 г.
45: Toronto, Canada
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Jen Chan of foodpr0n recommends Chanteclerin Toronto, where Chef Jonathon Poon serves up just one contemporary Asian dish: the lettuce wrap. We discuss food photography, celebrity chefs and Toronto's four Chinatowns. * Read more about Chantecler on foodpr0n * Visit the Chantecler website * Chantecler is located at 1320 Queen Street West * Food porn is all the rage * Jen recommends the Canon S90 (the S110 is the current model) and the GorillaPod for great food photos * Check out Toronto's Chinatown (or Markham or Scarborough) * Dim sum (especially the har gow or shrimp dumpling) is a good baseline for comparing restaurants in Chinatown * In Ossington, check out Bellwood Brewery, Pizzeria Libretto, and Enoteca Sociale * Keep your eye on Chefs Grant van Gameren, Jonathan Poon, Craig Harding and Alexandra Feswick * Chef Susur Lee laid the groundwork for Toronto's new school chefs * Canadian celebrity chefs include Mark McKu…
30 мая 2013 г.
44: New Orleans
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Kim Ranjbar of Suck the Heads recommends Patois Restaurant in New Orleans, where Chef Aaron Burgauserves up French dishes with a local accent (or "patois") like Almond Crusted Gulf Fish, Short Rib Sandwich, and Duck Confit Salad. * Read more about Patois Restaurant on Suck the Heads * Visit the Patois Restaurant website * Patois Restaurant is located at 6078 Laurel Street in New Orleans * New Mexican restaurants like Del Fuego have moved in since Hurricane Katrina * Booty's Street Food and Maurepas Foods are elevating the game in Bywater * Pizza Delicious brings New York-style pizza to New Orleans * Leidenheimer Baking Company's breads are used in po'boy sandwiches * Try the goose gumbo at Le Citron Bistro * A good hurricane requires a lot of rum * The Rib Room brought their A game to the New Orleans Food and Wine Experience * Chef Tory McPhail of Commander's Palace just won the James Beard Award for Best Chef: South…
23 мая 2013 г.
43: Sarasota, Florida
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Laura Raymond of Destination Cuisine recommends The Usual Placein Sarasota, where Chef Chef Alessio serves up Italian dishes like Pork Shank. We discuss tightrope walkers, the plural of "octopus," and the virtues of a cucumber cocktail. * Read more about The Usual Place on Destination Cuisine * Visit the The Usual Place website * The Usual Place is located at 2157 Siesta Drive * "Octopi" is probably not the correct plural of "octopus" * Famous tightrope walker Nik Wallenda makes his home in Sarasota * About.com says Sarasota is very walkable * Chef Paul Mattison runs Mattison's City Grille * Chef Derek Barnes runs Derek's Culinary Casual * Get all-you-can-eat Stone Crab at Moore's Stone Crab Restaurant * Italian food is best prepared while listening to Andrea Bocelli Laura recommends: * Tagliere di formaggi e marmellate * Pork Shank (a.k.a. the "Stinco al Forno") * Sampler of Italian Desserts Sarasota Dining Dist…
16 мая 2013 г.
42: Phoenix, Arizona
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Heather Lauer of CenPho.com recommends Beckett's Tablein Phoenix, where Chef Justin Beckett serves up New American dishes like Green Chili Pork Stew, Short Ribs, and Pork Osso Buco. We discuss and bacon s'mores, Arizona wines and Alice Cooper's Big Unit. * Read more about Beckett's Table on CenPho.com * Visit the Beckett's Table website * Beckett's Table is located at 3717 E. Indian School Road * Read Heather's book, Bacon: A Love Story * Chef Chris Bianco runs Pizzeria Bianco * Chef Nobuo Fukuda run Nubuo at Teeter House * Check out Chef Silvana's Barrio Cafe * Short Leash Hot Dogs and Mama Toledo's are moving in together * Schreiner's Fine Sausage is a European deli * Order a wine from Dos Cabeza Winery Heather recommends: * Grilled Cheese with Pancetta * Deviled Eggs * Cheese and Bread Board * Green Chili Pork Stew * Short Ribs * Pork Osso Buco * Fig & Pecan Pie * Chocolate Dipped Bacon S'mores Phoen…
9 мая 2013 г.
41: Toronto, Canada
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Viviana Machado of Foodies Inked offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Le Select Bistroin toronto, where Chef Albert Ponzo serves up French dishes like Beef Cheeks & Duck Confit. We discuss bone marrow, beef cheeks and Tim Hortons' Dubai invasion. * Read more about Le Select Bistro on Foodies Inked * Visit the Le Select Bistro website * Le Select Bistro is located at 432 wellington Street West * Check out the Food Bloggers of Canada * Tim Hortons: Now available in Dubai * Chef Lynne Crawford of Ruby Watchco hosts the TV show Pitchin' In * Chef Mark McEwan has a number of Toronto restaurants and a grocery store Viviana recommends: * Moussels * Bone Marrow * Beef Cheeks * Duck Confit * Chocolate Cake with passion fruit sorbet Toronto Dining Districts to Explore: * Queen West * The Entertainment District * Kensington Market * The Annex Toronto Food Events: * The Food and Wine Expo (November)…
2 мая 2013 г.
40: Cleveland, Ohio
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Amanda Hicken of Clue Into Cleveland offers up another great restaurant recommendation: The Greenhouse Tavernin Cleveland, Ohio, where Chef Jonathon Sawyer serves up French and seasonally inspired gastropub dishes like Roasted Pig's Head and Animal Style Frites. We talk about urban gardens, pickle bars, and eating eye sockets. * Read more about The Greenhouse Tavern on Clue Into Cleveland * Visit the The Greenhouse Tavern website * The Greenhouse Tavern is located at 2038 E 4th Street in Cleveland * Don't believe what Forbes says about Cleveland * Visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum * The Cleveland Museum of Art is free! * Shop at the West Side Market * The Glass Bubble Project blows (glass) * Chef Michael Symon (also of The Chew) hasn't forgotten his Cleveland roots * Chef Chris Hodgson hails from Cleveland * Cabbage rolls and pierogis are big in Cleveland * Check out beer from Great Lakes Brewing, Market…
25 апр. 2013 г.
39: Washington D.C.
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Becca Clara Love of Bitches Who Brunch offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Lavagnain Washington, DC, where Chef Alex Ripley serves up locally sourced Italian dishes like bruschetta, ravioli riccota and tiramisu. We talk about the secret to Ethiopian food, chili cheese fries, and where to find bottomless mimosas for Sunday brunch. * Read more about Lavagna on Bitches Who Brunch * Visit the Lavagna website * "Lavagna" means "chalkboard" in Italian * Lavagna is located at 538 8th Street SE * Try Ethiopian food at Etete * Follow great chefs like Jose Andrés and Michel Richard * Keep an eye on Teddy Folkman of Grandville Moore's * Mike Isabella of Graffiato and Bandalero has a pizza called 'The Jersey Shore' and Prosecco on tap * Over craft cocktails at The Columbia Room in The Passenger is where the real deals in D.C. happen * There's a great French joint called Le Diplomate * Rasika has awesome modern India…
18 апр. 2013 г.
38: Austin, Texas
Subscribe or leave a review in iTunes. In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Kristin Sheppard of the Mad Betty blog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Ramen Tatsu-yain Austin, where Chef Tatsu Aikawa serves up Japanese dishes like Tokotsu Original Ramen. We talk about Texas barbecue, the difference between Tex-Mex and Mexican, and how beets and brussel sprouts are having a moment. * Read more about Ramen Tatsu-ya on Mad Betty * Visit the Ramen Tatsu-ya website * Ramen Tatsu-ya is located at 8557 Research Blvd, Ste. 126 * Bloggers help bloggers in the Austin Food Bloggers Alliance * Try Texas BBQ at The Salt Lick or Franklin Barbecue * Top Chef Season 9 Champion Paul Qui has the East Side King food truck and Hole in the Wall * Adam Richman of Man vs. Food isn't dead yet Kristin recommends: * Gyoza Potstickers * Tokotsu Original Ramen * Mochi Austin Dining Districts to Explore: * South Austin * North Austin Austin Food Events: * The…
4 апр. 2013 г.
36: St. Louis, Missouri
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Michael Sweeney of STL Hops and the Stewed STL Podcast offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Dressel's Public House in St. Louis, where Chef Michael Miller serves up Gastropub dishes like Porchetta “Louie.” We talk about the local craft beer scene, the unusual texture of Provel cheese, and the "Poochie" of The Food Network. * Read more about Dressel's Pub on STL Hops * Visit the Dressel's Pub website * Dressel's Pub is located at 419 North Euclid Avenue * Schlafly is the grandfather of St. Louis craft beers * 5 Star Burgers carries tons of local beers * Try these beers when you go to St. Louis: The Civil Life American Brown, 4 Hands Centennial Red, Perennial Artisan Ales' Saison de Lis, any 2nd Shift Brewing IPA * Read about Provel cheese * Try St. Louis-style pizza and Imo's Pizza or Cecil Whittaker's Pizza * Put some Maull's barbecue sauce on your pork steaks * Get a concrete from Ted Drewes * St. Lou…
29 мар. 2013 г.
35: Georgia & the Golden Onion Chef Competition
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Hope Philbrick of Getaways for Grownups tells us what to expect at the Golden Onion Chef Competition in Vidalia, Ga. We talk about what makes the Vidalia onion so special, when to camp in Georgia, and how many Wal-Marts it takes to make a city. Golden Onion: * 04/14/2013 - 04/14/2013: Buy Tickets * At the Vidalia Community Center, 107 Old Airport Road, Vidalia, GA * Visit the Golden Onion on the Vidalia Onion Festival website * Read about Golden Onion on Getaways for Grownups Participating Chefs: * Chef Mimmo Alboumeh of ME Restaurant Group * Chef Daniel Chance of Campagnolo * Chef Linda Harrell of Cibo E Beve * Chef Brian Jones of Atlanta Grill at The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta * Chef Brian Justice of Tasteful Temptations Café * Chef John Mark Lane of Elements Bistro & Grill * Chef Roberto Leoci of Leoci’s Trattoria * Chef Keira Moritz of Steel Magnolias * Chef Austin Rocconi of Le Vigne Restaurant at Montaluce *…
21 мар. 2013 г.
34: Providence & the Eat Drink RI Festival
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, David Dadekian of Eat Drink RI talks about the new Eat Drink RI Festival in Providence, which will showcase the best chefs and food producers of Rhode Island. We discuss hot wieners, Rhode Island-style calamari, and bars in lingerie shops. * The Eat Drink RI Festival is on April 19-21, 2013 * Buy Tickets to the festival * The Mayor's Own Marinara Sauce * Johnson & Wales University has an excellent culinary program * Get a craft cocktail at Cook & Brown Public House, The Dorrance, Eddy, or Justine's * Farmstead's Matt Jennings has won the Cochon 555 three times * Visit the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum * Check out Waterfire and Spogga * Big Nazo defies description Providence Dining Districts to Explore: * On the West Side, visit Nick's on Broadway, Broadway Bistro, and North * On the East Side, visit Farmstead, Chez Pascal, Cook & Brown Public House, and Al Forno * Downtown, visit New Rivers Food for Thought: *…
14 мар. 2013 г.
33: Seattle, Washington
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Elyse Wagner of My Kitchen Shrink offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Hugo's Restaurantin Redmond, where Chef Hugo Tapia serves up New American cuisine that's perfect for vegetarians, vegans, or anyone with food intolerances. * Read more about Hugo's Restaurant on My Kitchen Shrink * Visit the Hugo's Restaurant website * Hugo's Restaurant is located at 8110 164th Ave NE in Redmond * Pike's Place Market * Visit a Tom Douglas restaurant * Get coffee from Stumptown or Urban Coffee Lounge Elyse recommends: * Alaskan Dungenous Crab Cake * Crispy Kale Salad * Vegetarian Spring Rolls * Beet Potato & Carrot Latke * Chicken Marsala * Lamb Shank * Mac & Cheese with Crab Meat * Any Juices * Raw Cheesecake Seattle Dining Districts to Explore: * Bell Town * Eastside- Kirkland/Bellevue/Redmond/Woodinville * University District Food for Thought: * Q: What is so special about the Seattle (hot) dog?…
7 мар. 2013 г.
32: Las Vegas, Nevada
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Kellee Kunovic of Vegasjuhl offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Osteria del Circoin Las Vegas, where Chef Michael Vitangeli serves up Tuscan dishes like Mama Egi's Ravioli or the Rack of Lamb. We discuss celebrity chefs, the new pizza trend, and what farm to table means in the desert. * Read more about Osteria del Circo on Vegasjuhl * Visit the Osteria del Circo website * Osteria del Circo is located at 3600 South Las Vegas Blvd * City Center * The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas * Andre's Restaurant & Lounge * Sage's Shawn McClain * Park on Fremont * Honey Salt * Bellagio Casino * Dale Chihuly's Fiori di Como Kellee recommends: * Carpaccio * Mama Egi's Ravioli * Rack of Lamb * Tiramisu Las Vegas Dining Districts to Explore: * Chinatown * Fremont East * Summerlin Las Vegas Food Events: * Three Square's Restaurant Week * StrEATS * Las Vegas Epicurean Affair Food for Thought: * Q: Wh…
28 февр. 2013 г.
31: Can Austin Feed Itself?
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, David Barrow, the Telly and International Film Festival Award Winning Filmmaker discuses his new documentary, Farm-City, State, which sets out to answer the question, "Can Austin feed itself?" He also offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Leniorin Austin, where Chef Todd Duplechan serves up dishes featuring locally grown ingredients. * Support the making of Farm-City, State * Visit the Lenior website * Lenior is located at 1807 South First Links: * Composting: Break it Down and East Side Compost Peddlers * Boggy Creek Farm * Olivia * Hillside Farmacy * The Homegrown Revival Supper Club Series * Broken Arrow Ranch * Texas House Farm-to-Table Caucus Food for Thought: * Q: Parts of Austin used to be the largest and most productive land for what crop? * A: Spinach Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Butcher Shop: Salt & Time * Favorite Cheese Shop: Full Quiver Farms or Antonelli's Cheese Shop…
14 февр. 2013 г.
30: Brussels, Belgium
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Evelyne White gives us a tour of the culinary scene in Brussels and tells us how we can find a dinner party with a homecooked meal using her newly launched social dining network, Bookalokal. We discuss the appeal of moule frites (mussels & fries), the potency of "blanche" beer and how real Belgians do waffles. * Shop at Place du Chatelain and the Noordzee Mer du Nord * Hoegaarden is good "blanche" * Try a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich from the Keep on Toasting food truck Beer Lover's Dinner (5 beers, 3 courses): * April 13, 2013: Beer Lover's Dinner on Bookalokal * at Chez Evelyne in Brussels (Chatelain) Brussels Dining Districts to Explore: * Downtown - Grande Place * Ixelles * St. Katherine Brussels Food Events: * Belgian Brewers Weekend (August / September) * Tram Experience * Dinner in the Sky Food for Thought: * Q: What is the #1 reason why people visit Brussels? * A: Food! Out of the Frying Pan Pick…
11 февр. 2013 г.
29: Boston, Massachusetts
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Megan Kellett of Cooking Whims offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Back Deck in Boston, where Chef Paul Sussman serves up American "backyard grill" dishes like spicy sweet potato and chicken hash. We discuss the city's killer cupcake trend, death by molasses, and how one chef escaped a Harvard degree. * Read more about Back Deck on Cooking Whims * Visit the Back Deck website * Back Deck is located at 2 West Street * The Boston Food Bloggers and the Boston Brunchers are a good time * Visit Flour Bakery * Chef Jody Adams of Rialto rocks! * All about "umami" Megan recommends: * Creamy Roasted Eggplant Spread * Butternut Squash Soup * Spicy Sweet Potato and Chicken Hash * Cranberry S'mores Boston Dining Districts to Explore: * Cambridge/Somerville * The North End * Southie Boston Food Events: * East End House's Cooking for a Cause (April) * Boston Local Food Festival (October) Food for Though…
7 февр. 2013 г.
28: Atlanta, Georgia
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Malika Harricharan of Atlanta Restaurant Blog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Wisteria, where Chef Jason Hill serves up Southern dishes like molasses-rubbed pork tenderloin, fried catfish, and shrimp 'n grits. We discuss the ethics of food blogging, what it's like to judge a food competition, and why food trucks are gateway drugs for foodies. * Read more about Wisteria on Atlanta Restaurant Blog * Visit the Wisteria website * Wisteria is located at 471 North Highland Avenue * Buy Malika's book, Food Lovers' Guide to Atlanta * Learn more about the Association of Food Bloggers Malika recommends: * Black Eyed Pea Hummus * Tuna / Salmon Tartare * PEI Mussels * Molasses-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin * Fried Catfish * Shrimp N Grits * Bread Pudding Atlanta Foodie Events: * Taste of Atlanta * Atlanta Food and Wine Festival Food for Thought: * Q: What state produces more peaches than Georgia? * A: S…
31 янв. 2013 г.
27: Manhattan, New York City
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Marisa Olsen of the Les Foodites blog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: The Mermaid Inn in New York City, where Chef Adam Alderin serves up seafood dishes like spaghetti fra diavolo, fish tacos and a fantastic lobster sandwich. We discuss The New York Times' infamous review of Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant, the difference between east coast and west coast oysters, and the finer points of Dim Sum dining. * Read more about The Mermaid Inn on Les Foodites * Visit the The Mermaid Inn website * The Mermaid Inn is located at 568 Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan * Read The New York Times' review of Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant * Get the burger at April Bloomfield's The Spotted Pig * Visit David Chang's Momofuku * Check out Sara Jenkins' Porsena * Visit the trendy new Asian hotspots Red Farm in the West Village and Mission Chinese in the Lower East Side Marisa recommends: * Oysters Galore * Lobster Kn…
28 янв. 2013 г.
26: Providence, Rhode Island
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Michele Meek of The Rhode Less Traveled offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Farmsteadin Providence, where Chef Matthew Jennings serves up New American dishes like rhode island monkfish and organic suckling pig. We discover what cabinets and jimmies are, what happens when you light a river on fire and how a corrupt mayor transformed the city. * Read more about Farmstead on The Rhode Less Traveled * Visit the Farmstead website * Farmstead is located at 186 Wayland Avenue in Providence * Visit the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum * Grab a bite at the Plouf Plouf Gastronomie food truck * Get a cabinet at Delekta Pharmacy * Check out Loie Fuller on the West Side * Find farmers' markets at Farm Fresh RI * See Spogga at Waterfire * Enjoy a Del's Lemonade * Stop by Venda Ravioli and Pastiche Fine Desserts on Federal Hill Michele recommends: * Kate’s Rustic Biscuits * Rhode Island Monkfish * Organic Suckl…
24 янв. 2013 г.
25: Silicon Valley, California
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Ngoc Ngo of San Jose Food Blog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Alexander's Steakhousein Cupertino, where Chef Jeffrey Stout serves up American with Japanese influence dishes like Australian Wagyu steak. We talk about the Silicon Valley culinary scene, the Roti bun craze, and why San Jose is nicknamed "Man Jose." * Read more about Alexander's Steakhouse on San Jose Food Blog * Visit the Alexander's Steakhouse website * Alexander's Steakhouse is located at 10330 North Wolfe Road in Cupertino Ngoc recommends: * Flash Fried Shishito Peppers * Australian Wagyu Steak * Raspberry Chocolate Souffle San Jose Dining Districts to Explore: * Downtown San Jose * Willow Glen * King and Tully Roads San Jose Food Events: * Moveable Feast food truck festival (every week) Food for Thought: * Q: What popular Vietnamese deli sandwich chain originated in San Jose? * A: Lee's Sandwiches Out of the Frying Pan Pic…
17 янв. 2013 г.
24: St. Louis, Missouri
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Laura Bentele of The Moscow Circus offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Pastariain St. Louis, where Chef Gerard Craft serves up Italian dishes like Bucatini All'Amatriciana and Pappardelle. We discuss the local craft brewery scene, the appeal of toasted ravioli and how to eat concrete. * Read more about Pastaria on The Moscow Circus * Visit the Pastaria website * Pastaria is located at 7734 Forsyth Boulevard Clayton, MO 63105 * Try a Provel-topped pizza at Imo's * Get a concrete at Ted Drewes * Visit Forest Park Laura recommends: * Crispy Risotto Balls * Shaved Kale Salad * Bucatini All'Amatriciana * Pappardelle * Half salted caramel, half pistachio gelato St. Louis Dining Districts to Explore: * Soulard/Benton Park * Clayton * The Hill St. Louis Food Events: * Any Schlafly festival: Cod & Cask in February, Oyster & Stout in March, Belgian Beer & Mussels in July, Hop in the City in September.…
10 янв. 2013 г.
23: Austin, Texas
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Katie Lewis of Slow Down & Savor offers up another great restaurant recommendation: El Naranjoin Austin , where Chef Iliana de la Vega serves up traditional interior Mexican dishes like Tacos de Pescado with a side of “de la olla” black beans and Tacos de Cochinita Pibíl with a side of refried black beans. We discuss the infamous bat bridge, absinthe cocktails and the history of the Club Sandwich. * Read more about El Naranjo on Slow Down & Savor * Visit the El Naranjo website * El Naranjo is located at 85 Rainey Street in Austin Katie recommends: * Guacamole Tradicional * The Side Salad * Tacos de Pescado: Three tacos with Achiote marinated fish, shredded cabbage, salsa mexicana served on corn tortilla, with a side of “de la olla” black beans * Tacos de Cochinita Pibíl Three tacos stuffed with Cochinita Pibíl (slow roasted pork shoulder), pickled red onions and a side of refried black beans Austin, Texas Dining D…
3 янв. 2013 г.
22: Gluten Free in Seattle
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Dominick Cura, the 13-year-old author of the cookbook Eternally Gluten-Free, discusses his life with celiac disease. He talks about his diagnosis and learning to cope with the disease, as well as the challenges people with gluten allergies face at the grocery store, at restaurants and in their everyday lives. He also talks about one of his favorite Seattle restaurants, Razzi's Pizzeria, where Chef Amir Razzaghi serves up gluten-free Italian and Mediterranean dishes like chicken marsala, chicken parmesan, gyros. * Buy Eternally Gluten Free * Read more about Razzi's Pizzeria on Eternally Gluten-Free * Visit the Razzi's Pizzeria website * Watch Dominick Cura and Thierry Rautureau at Bite of Seattle * Razzi's Pizzeria is located at 8523 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 Dominick recommends: * Pita Bread * Chicken Marsala * Caramel Butterscotch Pie Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Foods Seattle is Known For: Salmon, Organic F…
27 дек. 2012 г.
21: Portland, Oregon
In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Jackie Morrow of the Restaurant Roulette dining group offers up another great restaurant recommendation: OXin Portland, Oregon, where Chef Greg Denton serves up Argentine-inspired Portland dishes like beef ribeye, maitake mushrooms with smoked sea salt, and cocoa braised lamb shoulder. We learn why foodies make the best dinner companions, who the city's great chefs are, and why pickles make Grandma Agnes so dirty. * Visit the OX website * Read more about OX on the Restaurant Roulette blog * OX is located at 2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Jackie recommends: * Gratin of Grilled Radicchio & Viridian Cannellini Beans * Grilled Artichoke * Short Rib Terrine * Beef Ribeye or Grass-Fed Uruguayan Beef Ribeye * Maitake Mushrooms with Sea Salt * Dirty Grandma Agnes (drink) * Warm Hazelnut Brown Butter Torte Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Place for a Private Party: Andina * Favorite Place to Take Out-of-Town Gu…
20 дек. 2012 г.
20: Memphis, Tennessee
[audio http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/] In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Brock Yarbro of Memphis GastroBlog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Central BBQ, where the staff rocks tie-dyed t-shirts and serves up true Memphis-stye barbecue. We talk about the secrets of great pork barbecue, tips on eating crawfish, and how cole slaw can tell you who's a native and who's a tourist. * Central Barbeque is located at 2249 Central Avenue in Memphis * Read more about Central BBQ on Memphis GastroBlog * Visit the Central BBQ website * Learn more about Project Greenfork * Also check out the barbecue at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous Memphis Foodie Events: * Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival (April) * Memphis in May International Festival (May) Brock recommends: * Homecooked Pork Rings * BBQ Nachos * Half-rack of Ribs (half wet, half dry) * Pulled Pork Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Seafood Restaurant: Pearl's Oyster House * Favo…
13 дек. 2012 г.
29: Las Vegas, Nevada
In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Amber-Rose Bambao of Cheer Up With Food offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Kabutoin Las Vegas, where Chef Gen San serves up Edo Mae sushi dishes like chu-toro, jack mackeral, and eel. * Read more about Kabuto on Cheer UP With Food * Visit the Kabuto website * Kabuto is located at 5040 W. Spring Mountain Rd. #4 Las Vegas Food Events: * Vegas Streats Festival (Second Saturday of every month) * Las Vegas Foodie Fest (November) Amber-Rose recommends that you sit at the sushi bar and order the Omakase menu (in which the chef selects the sushi). Pair with a lychee sake. Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Burger: Dispensary Lounge * Favorite Place for a Night on the Town with the Girls: Yard House * Place with the Best Beer Selection: Aces & Ales * Favorite Food Truck: Fukuburger * Best Hangover Food: Komol
6 дек. 2012 г.
28: Atlanta, Georgia
In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Hope Philbrick, founder of Getaways for Grownups and the blogger behind Insatiable: Thirst + Hunger + Wanderlust, talks to us about the culinary scene in Atlanta. She reveals the city's secrets about vidalia onions, Georgia's signature barbecue style, and the foreign flavors of Coca-Cola. * Check out Getaways for Grownups * Read Hope's blog Insatiable: Thirst + Hunger + Wanderlust * More about the Kentucky Bourbon Trail * More about the Urban Bourbon Trail Hope's Southern Restaurant Recommendations: * Empire State South (Chef Hugh Acheson, 2012 James Beard Award Winner - tie) * Restaurant Eugene (Chef Linton Hopkins, 2012 James Beard Award Winner - tie) * 4th & Swift * 5 Seasons Brewing * Chicken and the Egg * Fig Jam Kitchen and Bar * JCT Kitchen * Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub * Rosebud * South City Kitchen Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Best Place for an Original Cocktail: Holeman & Finch Public House * Bes…
29 нояб. 2012 г.
17: Bacon and Beer Festival in Denver (and Boston)
In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Aaron Cohen, founder of Eat Boston, talks about the launch of the Bacon and Beer Festival in Denver. We discuss bacon eggnog, fruity guacamole and the impending Tacopocalypse. * Get tickets to the Bacon and Beer Festival in Denver * Follow EatBoston on Twitter Out of the Frying Pan Picks (for Boston): * Favorite Brew Pub: Cambridge Brewing Company * Favorite Place to Go Out for Bacon: Coppa * Favorite Local Brews: Pretty Things and Harpoon * Favorite Butcher Shop: Savenor's Butcher and Market and McKinnon's Market and Super Butcher Shop * Favorite Vegan Spots: Grasshopper, Pizza Pie-er, Fomu Alternative Ice Cream
22 нояб. 2012 г.
16: Portland Food Adventures
In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Chris Angelus, founder of Portland Food Adventures, talks about the explosive growth of the Oregon dining scene in the last ten years. * Visit the Portland Food Adventures website * December 9, 2012: Chef Chris Israel showcases Grüner and Flask * January 9, 2013: Chef Vitaly Paley showcases Imperial * Visit Tasty n Sons for brunch Portland Food Events: * Feast Portland (September) * Plate & Pitchfork farm dinners (Summer) Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Favorite Food Truck: Eurotrash * Favorite Place for an Original Cocktail: Kask * Favorite Sandwich Shop: Lardo * Favorite Farmers Market: Portland Farmers Market * Favorite Dessert Spot: Papa Haydn
15 нояб. 2012 г.
15: Chicago, Illinois
In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Jessica Berson of Bunny and Brandy's Brunchtime Blog offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Frog N Snailin Chicago, where Chef Dale Levitski specializes in upscale French/American comfort food dishes like Manhattan and Egg and Sweet Pea Risotto Cake. * Read more about Frog N Snail on Bunny and Brandy's Brunchtime Blog * Visit Frog N Snail's website * Frog N Snail is located at 3124 North Broadway in Chicago Chicago Food Events: * Taste of Chicago (July) * Chicago Gourmet (September) Jessica Recommends for Brunch: * Peach N Mushroom Crepe * The Hodgepodge Crepe * Strawberry Elderberry Coconut Coffee * Coffee Cake Out of the Frying Pan Picks: * Best Wine List: ING Restaurant * Favorite Sandwich Shops: Franks 'N' Dawgs * Favorite Name for a Restaurant: Wilde * Favorite BBQ oint: Heaven on Seven * Favorite Sushi Restaurant: Diva Restaurant