Snacky Tunes

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Sol Han, the chef behind LittleMad, the recently opened Korean-American restaurant in Koreatown in partnership with HAND Hospitality.Chef Sol was born in Korea and raised in New York, and spent the last decade working in acclaimed New York rest
On a special food only episode of Snacky Tunes, Greg talks with two of his closest friends about their entry into the culinary world after a professional career in the music industry.  Travis Hayden is a music business industry veteran turned c
Back in March of 2018 we sat down with Vanda Asapahu of Ayara Thai for what would be, unbeknownst to us, our last in person interview for a long, long, long time.  Somehow in the shuffle of the world shutting down, we misplaced the interview...
This week’s food guests are Tamy Rofe and Felipe Donnelly, husband and wife team behind beloved Colonia Verde in Fort Greene and newly opened Disco Tacos in Williamsburg. Felipe, a Colombian chef who spent his childhood throughout Spain, Brazil
Today’s episode is all about community and we’re spending time in two of our favorite cities to celebrate! First up we’re in Chicago, sitting down with Jenner Tomaska (Executive Chef & Owner) and Katrina Bravo (Creative Director & Owner), who a
On today’s episode, we sit down with Tim Wiechmann, the award-winning chef and restaurateur (and musician) behind some of Boston's most beloved restaurants, including Bronwyn, T&B Wood-Fired and Turenne Bagels.A first generation German-American
On today’s episode, we sit down with one of our favorite LA chefs, Andy Doubrava, who currently oversees the kitchen of Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon.  We chat about the restaurant’s role as an enduring neighborhood spot, his deepening relations
We catch up with Nathan Hazard, owner and proprietor of Littlebear Bottleshop, located in the San Bernardino mountains. We took about his journey from the music industry to the beverage world, the winding path that took him out of LA and how hi
On this week’s episode, we chat all things culinary and challah with LA based food stylist & photographer, Aliza J. Sokolow.  Our conversation takes us to the start of her career in food during the 2009 financial crisis, as she shares tips abou
As we ease back into drinks with friends, we are joined by our newest friend and rum entrepreneur, Marc Farrell. In summer 2019, young Trinidadian entrepreneur Marc, a Harvard Biz alum + Starbucks' youngest ever VP, set out on his own to challe
We sat down with the legendary LA Hainan Chicken Whisperer, Johnny Lee, to talk about his restaurant, Pearl River Deli. We discuss growing up in East LA, his perspective on cooking Chinese food and the upcoming plans for his dinner menu. Then w
Bay Area native David Nayfeld is the Executive Chef and Co-Owner of the award-winning restaurants Che Fico and Che Fico Alimentari in San Francisco. Nayfeld boasts a venerable restaurant pedigree having worked alongside some of the most esteeme
Leslie Merinoff is the co-founder of Matchbook Distilling Co. in upstate New York. This small batch, bespoke distillery comes with the intention of coaxing spirits into being from the ground up. Art d’Ecco joins us to talk about his new record,
We check back with New Orleans hero Devin De Wulf, who we met last year through his efforts of Feed the Front Line. He catches us up on his teams’ year of activism and new efforts. His new focus (of which there are many) is Feed the Second Line
Greg & Darin were invited to sit down with Print: A Bookstore to chat about their book, Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon). They were joined with writer & restaurateur  Briana Volk, to talk about food, m
International Pizza Consultant and longtime friend of the show, Anthony Falco, stops by for a hang. We talk about his career, which has taken him from Brooklyn to all over the globe, discuss what makes a great white pizza and get the skinny on
The Mediterranean Dish is the leading online resource for cooking spanning the breadth of the Mediterranean region, from South of Europe to North Africa and the Middle East. Suzy Karadsheh, a native of Port Said, Egypt, now living in Atlanta, l
This special episode is a live recording of the World's Biggest Family Meal, a global hospitality gathering supporting the food industry. We joined WBFM’s founder and host, Leiti Hsu, in a lively conversation with Lara Gilmore and Chef Massimo
Our hearts are heavy with the loss of our friend Jason Disu. We met Jason through Midnight Magic. He was an immensely talented musician, and just an incredible human being. He will be missed. We’re dedicating this show to him with an archived p
William Bradley is an icon of Southern California dining. His restaurant Addison is San Diego’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, and since 2006 it’s been wowing guests with its elegant degustation menus, high touch service and epic end-of-meal
Noble Rot magazine hit shelves in 2013, and nothing has been the same in the world of wine writing ever since. Irreverent, informative and just good fun, amongst Noble Rot’s pages the boundaries between gastronomy and the creative arts often me
It’s that time of year again. We catch up with our dear friend, the legendary Michael Whiteman -- a.k.a. “the dean of restaurant consultants” -- who gives us a breakdown of his annual food and beverage trend report. The ongoing pandemic certain
Alan Delgado first hit the stoves as a kid in El Paso, TX, by teaching himself how to cook vegetable-centric dishes when his mother fell ill. He would eventually work in some of the best kitchens in Austin, including being Sous Chef at the crit
We open this all L.A. show by cruising down Ventura Boulevard in Sherman Oaks to pioneering restaurant, Anajak Thai. Justin Pichetrungsi is Anajak’s second-generation chef-owner, having joined his family’s nearly 40-year-old business a few year
Last May we met up with Chef Ned Baldwin at Los Angeles’ premier culinary bookstore, Now Serving. At his NYC restaurant, Houseman, Ned’s earned high praise for his seasonal cooking, and simple, yet elegantly crafted, dishes. He dispenses his te
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