Anthony Bourdain takes time out of his insane travel schedule to meet us in New York’s legendary Bemelmans Bar for a piano-side holiday chat. We down enough gin to get heart-to-heart and talk about everything that matters in 2016 and beyond.
On the latest episode, we meet Denmark’s unofficial ambassador of Vietnamese food— the woman who has exposed the Nordic palate to umami, fish sauce, and scorching hot peppers.
On the latest MUNCHIES: The Podcast, we catch up with the man behind cult brewery, Mikkeller, over a few pints to learn about his love-hate relationship with beer nerds and the plans he’s hatched to infiltrate North Korea.
It’s Election Day, so soothe your ears as we milk some cows with one of the world’s greatest chefs at a farm that wants a better future for all of us.
For a very spooky surprise Halloween episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, we head to Green-Wood cemetery to visit some famous dead whiskey distillers and connect over spirits.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ we head to the anarchist freetown of Christiania to chat with world-renowned chef Matt Orlando about why Copenhagen continues to lure the best culinary talent.
On the latest podcast episode, we visit the kitchen of world-renowned chef Niki Nakayama, who is redefining kaiseki cuisine with unique techniques and foraged ingredients.
On the latest episode of the podcast, I sit down with the creator of Large Marge, a catering company that wants to get people back into the kitchen with a unique strategy.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ we talk to Andrew Ti, host of “Yo, Is This Racist?” to discuss the issues that the culinary world faces when writing and reinterpreting food from other cultures.
On the latest episode of MUNCHIES: The Podcast, we’re drinking up LA on a michelada bus with the crew from La Guelaguetza to discuss how this restaurant has become the unofficial LA Oaxacan consulate.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ I chat with the band YACHT about LA’s mysterious histories and the restaurants that exist in unusual spaces.
On the latest MUNCHIES: The Podcast episode, I ate shrimp tacos with Pulitzer Prize winning food writer Jonathan Gold to discuss how he discovered Dr. Dre and his impressions on LA’s changing foodscape.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, we’re taking you into the legendary Austin bar where even Willie Nelson has been kicked out to learn how to live like a Texan, even if you ain’t one.
On the latest ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ I sat down with chef Michael Fojtasek of Olamaie to discuss how his restaurant is changing the course of Southern cuisine.
African American culinary historian Michael Twitty discusses his open letter to lauded white southern chef Sean Brock, and the racial inequalities in the Charleston restaurant scene.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, we experience a Texan pastime: waiting in a very long BBQ line with none other than legendary band the Deftones to discuss tour life, riders, and their latest album.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, we visit some old and new Austin food truck vendors and check out the Whole Foods food truck test kitchen.
We pay a visit to the Little Longhorn Saloon—an Austin institution—to experience chicken shit bingo, one of the last stronghold’s of old Austin culture.
On the latest ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ I sit down with Louis Black, the man who co-founded SXSW, directed a doc on Linklater, and changed the Austin landscape with art.
On this special bonus episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, I sat down with Andrew Zimmern at SXSW to discuss what it means when a community experiences the death of a dish and the traditions behind it, and sushi chef Tyson cole on the future of what else? Sushi.
On the latest episode of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’, I chat with Rachael Ray about musicians riders, why she’s hanging out with Naughty By Nature, and so much more.
I sat down with Best Pizza and Artichoke Pizza’s owners to discuss New York’s complex water system to see if there’s something in it that makes our pizza so great.
To kick off season two of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast,’ we’re falling into the underworld of energy drinks with two caffeine addicts: Brooklyn band, Prince Rama. We’ll explore the strange history of the stuff and how it has inspired pop culture.
On the last episode of the first season of ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast,’ I chat with the award-winning actress who has left an unexpected impact on the culinary and films worlds: Madhur Jaffrey, a.k.a. the genius who brought Indian cuisine to the west.