Wolfgang Johannes Puck is an Austrian-born American chef, restaurateur, and actor. He is The Honorary Chair Chef of the "Five Star Sensation".
A super-short “small plate” boutique hand-crafted free-associative duck-themed episode specially designed to amouse your bouche, featuring Wolfgang Puck, Johnny Carson, and Richard's mom. Richard's Famous Food Podcast is made by Richard Parks III. Our logo is by James Braithwaite. Our theme song is by Bobby Halvorson. Music in this episode includes the underscore to the Nintendo game Duck Hunt, a march by John Philip Sousa performed by the John Philip Sousa Orchestra, and the Tonight Show theme song, from the Johnny Carson days. Follow us on social media @richardsfamous.
Richard takes his friend and fellow podcaster David Weinberg (from RFFP episode 6 “Natural Wineberg”) on a Hollywood food tour for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — with Chef Wolfgang Puck riding shotgun.   This episode is a crossover with David Weinberg's KCRW podcast Welcome To LA. It was edited by Nick White.   Richard’s Famous Food Podcast is made by Richard Parks III. Our theme song is by Bobby Halvorson. The mustachio'd pickle logo is by James Braithwaite. Richard's podcast career is managed by Russell Quinn.   Music in this episode includes snippet/excerpts/references and RFFP-ified versions of the following: Notturno in E Flat Major, Opus 148, D. 897, written by Franz Schubert and performed by the Suk Trio. “Moves Like Jagger” by Maroon 5. A satirical version of Dr. Dre’s “Let Me Ride” but about eating in and around Hollywood in the early 1990s. "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from The Nutcracker, written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and performed by William Zeitler on the glass armonica, an instrument invented by Benjamin Franklin. (Look it up on YouTube.) Lizzo’s “Juice.” “Prelude in C Major” by JS Bach, performed by Richard. Green Day’s “Basket Case” but with shruti box drones and lyrics about juice. "Hooray for Hollywood” by Johnny Mercer, from the 1937 film Hollywood Hotel. The Moody Blues “Lunch Break.” “Topslides” and “Tumblehome” by Blue Dot Sessions. “Pure Imagination” by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. “I Can Play Guitar” is a Rock Star Anthem written by David Weinberg, with help from Bobby Halvorson and Richard.   Special thanks to Wolfgang Puck, Abegail Cal, Jordan Okun, Dan Harary, Mark Echeverria, The Musso & Frank Grill, KCRW, Marc Summers, Adam Levine, and Joe Mantegna.   Follow on social media @richardsfamous.
Chef Wolfgang Puck tells Justin about turning points in his life, and why he can’t stand the smell of peanut butter.  Support us by supporting our sponsors!Away - For $20 off a suitcase, visit AwayTravel.com/LONG and use promo code LONG during checkout. LinkedIn - To get $50 off your first job post, go to LinkedIn.com/LONG
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Jul 8th, 1949
Location
Worldwide Business Park, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Episode Count
6
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
4 hours, 40 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 188898