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Track and Food Podcast

An Arts, Food and Society podcast
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Jamie Mah is a writer, bartender and sommelier in beautiful Vancouver B.C. With his co- host Mickey Mcleod they take a comprehensive deep dive into everything food and culture in the city and around the globe. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Jamie is the fellow behind the food and culture blog, Track and Food. He's also a contributing writer for Scout Magazine.


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Recent Episodes

Max Borrowman of Open Outcry on Restaurant Trends, Cocktail Culture and Vancouver Brunch
...And we’re back!!!After a nice summer hiatus, we’re back today with a great one. Meet bartender/consultant Max Borrowman. He’s set to dig in and open his new bar for Heather Hospitality, ‘Open Outcry’ and we’re delighted he stopped by to give us the goods. In this one we wax on cocktail culture, the process of getting a bar open, concepts and much much more. Tennis talk ensues as both Jamie and Max correctly pick the US Open champion. Mickey details his summer of hibernation and then Jamie rapid fires a series of fun questions for Max near the end. If you’re into cocktail culture and restaurants in general, you’re going to enjoy this one. 
Group Chat: Josh Pape of Gooseneck Hospitality and Ron Oliver of Mamie Taylor’s on Vancouver's Cocktail Bar Scene, The Diamond's 10 Year Anniversary and Bar Stories
In this episode we did another group chat as we brought on two Vancouver industry legends, Ron Oliver of Mamie Taylor’s and Josh Pape of Gooseneck Hospitality. We wanted to wax everything hospitality as we discussed The Diamond 10 year anniversary and how the past decade has changed things for Josh, as he co-owns The Diamond with his partner Mark Brand. Ron chimes in as he was one of The Diamond’s first bartenders. They each swap stories as we delve into how The Diamond helped shepherd a cocktail revolution of sorts for the city. We go on to further discuss cocktail culture in general, the state of restaurants in Vancouver, glass shakers vs tins and much much more. A bit of Coldplay referencing came up once again by Jamie, which pissed Mickey off, to the delight of Josh and Ron. If you’re eager to learn more about the inner workings of the Vancouver hospitality scene, this is the episode for you. **Gooseneck Hospitality is a group of local restaurants owned and run by Josh Pape and his partner James Iranzad. Check out their website or visit one of their establishments. They do wicked stuff. WildebeestLucky TacoBells and Whistles BufalaBufala (North Van, opening soon)gooseneck.caJamie also did a great interview with James and Josh recently for Scout Magazine. Do check it if you want to learn more about their story. Taylor’s is owned and run by Ron Oliver. It’s Mickey and Jamie’s favourite restaurant to hang out at. You can find it in Chinatown. Do hit it up. Best burger in town!
Reflecting on a Year and a Half of Podcasting, Vancouver Complaining and All The Shout Outs
In this episode we reflect on over a year and a half ( 30 episodes) of the Track and Food Podcast. It's been a super fun and therapeutic experience for both of us and we wax on show themes moving forward.As usual barbs are thrown, rambling occurs and things get opinionated. We Talk a bit of NBA and Mickey get's a chance to "do the dishes". We also discuss our new website venture Midrange. Its a content website that aims to highlight music, culture, food, film and art in our lovely city. Finally we get shout out crazy and go through all the wonderful guests we've had on the podcast so if you've been on,  you'll be mentioned! (Shout out Ron Oliver, friend of the show)Heres to 30 more!!
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Apr 5th, 2018
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Jul 15th, 2019
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