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Yes Chef, with Chad Kubanoff

Chad Kubanoff Chef

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Yes Chef, with Chad Kubanoff
Yes Chef, with Chad Kubanoff

Yes Chef, with Chad Kubanoff

Chad Kubanoff Chef

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A Podcast for Chefs

Latest Episodes

Interview with Full Time Blade Smith / Knife Maker, Steve Pelligrino

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68 MINJAN 9
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Interview with Full Time Blade Smith / Knife Maker, Steve Pelligrino

Thoughts on the years since i closed my restaurant and goals for 2019

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-1 sJAN 2
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Thoughts on the years since i closed my restaurant and goals for 2019

A Micro Pod, debating Culinary School and an update with Chef Adam Diltz and his Restaurant Elwood

EI had the opportunity to stop in and check on Chef Adam Diltz to see how the development of his upcoming restaurant Elwood in Philadelphia was coming along. He also wanted to share his thoughts on Culinary School after hearing my opinion in a recent video.

-1 s2018 NOV 22
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A Micro Pod, debating Culinary School and an update with Chef Adam Diltz and his Restaurant Elwood

Chef Don Irwin, Private Clubs, Tech School Vs Culinary School and The French Laundry

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-1 s2018 SEP 3
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Chef Don Irwin, Private Clubs, Tech School Vs Culinary School and The French Laundry

Adam Dusen, Permaculturist, Farmer, Fruit Expert and The Man Behind Hundred Fruit Farm

Ehttps://www.hundredfruitfarm.com

-1 s2018 AUG 20
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Adam Dusen, Permaculturist, Farmer, Fruit Expert and The Man Behind Hundred Fruit Farm

The Chef Brothers from Charcoal BYOB, Mark and Eric Pleshca – From Disaster to Extruded Pasta

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-1 s2018 AUG 12
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The Chef Brothers from Charcoal BYOB, Mark and Eric Pleshca – From Disaster to Extruded Pasta

Bryan Mayer – The Butcher Teacher – A Journey to Good Meat

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-1 s2018 JUL 18
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Bryan Mayer – The Butcher Teacher – A Journey to Good Meat

Wild Herbs, Natural Medicines, Floral Syrups and Herbal Hydrosols with the Team at Barefoot Botanicals, Doylestown PA

EThis weeks interview is featuring Linda and Eric from Barefoot Botanicals farm in Doylestown, Pa. Linda is an Herbalist while Eric is an engineer and plumber. Together they have created a farm dedicated to growing and teaching about the medicinal and culinary herbs available in our region. They grow herbs for tinctures, teas and offer herbal classes on the medicinal side. On the culinary side they produce dried herbs, herbal syrups and herbal hydrosols. In this interview we discuss their backgrounds, challenges of running a small farm buisness and talk about their newest endeavor Herbal syrups and hydrosols. If your interested in food as medicine this is an interview not to be missed.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
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Wild Herbs, Natural Medicines, Floral Syrups and Herbal Hydrosols with the Team at Barefoot Botanicals, Doylestown PA

A Chef Gets His Freedom with Eric Leveillee and Sous Chef Kieran O’Sullivan

EI had the opportunity to sit down with Chef Eric Leveillee and sous chef Kieran, just 2 weeks after they took over Marigold Kitchen in West Philadelphia. Chef Leveillee spent the last few years at Whetstone Tavern in Queen Village, where he was able to take over as Executive Chef and began to develop his cuisine. After pushing his cuisine as far as he could in the constraints of Whetstone tavern, he took the chance to take over the kitchen of Marigold where he has complete control over the menu. Chef Leveillee also has a very strong instagram account with over 15,000 followers, we talk about the importance of this to his career and finding the right strategy for you.

-1 s2018 JUN 23
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A Chef Gets His Freedom with Eric Leveillee and Sous Chef Kieran O’Sullivan

Farmer Malaika Spencer and Her Organic Farm “Roots to River”

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-1 s2018 JUN 10
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Farmer Malaika Spencer and Her Organic Farm “Roots to River”

Latest Episodes

Interview with Full Time Blade Smith / Knife Maker, Steve Pelligrino

E

68 MINJAN 9
Comments
Interview with Full Time Blade Smith / Knife Maker, Steve Pelligrino

Thoughts on the years since i closed my restaurant and goals for 2019

E

-1 sJAN 2
Comments
Thoughts on the years since i closed my restaurant and goals for 2019

A Micro Pod, debating Culinary School and an update with Chef Adam Diltz and his Restaurant Elwood

EI had the opportunity to stop in and check on Chef Adam Diltz to see how the development of his upcoming restaurant Elwood in Philadelphia was coming along. He also wanted to share his thoughts on Culinary School after hearing my opinion in a recent video.

-1 s2018 NOV 22
Comments
A Micro Pod, debating Culinary School and an update with Chef Adam Diltz and his Restaurant Elwood

Chef Don Irwin, Private Clubs, Tech School Vs Culinary School and The French Laundry

E

-1 s2018 SEP 3
Comments
Chef Don Irwin, Private Clubs, Tech School Vs Culinary School and The French Laundry

Adam Dusen, Permaculturist, Farmer, Fruit Expert and The Man Behind Hundred Fruit Farm

Ehttps://www.hundredfruitfarm.com

-1 s2018 AUG 20
Comments
Adam Dusen, Permaculturist, Farmer, Fruit Expert and The Man Behind Hundred Fruit Farm

The Chef Brothers from Charcoal BYOB, Mark and Eric Pleshca – From Disaster to Extruded Pasta

E

-1 s2018 AUG 12
Comments
The Chef Brothers from Charcoal BYOB, Mark and Eric Pleshca – From Disaster to Extruded Pasta

Bryan Mayer – The Butcher Teacher – A Journey to Good Meat

E

-1 s2018 JUL 18
Comments
Bryan Mayer – The Butcher Teacher – A Journey to Good Meat

Wild Herbs, Natural Medicines, Floral Syrups and Herbal Hydrosols with the Team at Barefoot Botanicals, Doylestown PA

EThis weeks interview is featuring Linda and Eric from Barefoot Botanicals farm in Doylestown, Pa. Linda is an Herbalist while Eric is an engineer and plumber. Together they have created a farm dedicated to growing and teaching about the medicinal and culinary herbs available in our region. They grow herbs for tinctures, teas and offer herbal classes on the medicinal side. On the culinary side they produce dried herbs, herbal syrups and herbal hydrosols. In this interview we discuss their backgrounds, challenges of running a small farm buisness and talk about their newest endeavor Herbal syrups and hydrosols. If your interested in food as medicine this is an interview not to be missed.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
Comments
Wild Herbs, Natural Medicines, Floral Syrups and Herbal Hydrosols with the Team at Barefoot Botanicals, Doylestown PA

A Chef Gets His Freedom with Eric Leveillee and Sous Chef Kieran O’Sullivan

EI had the opportunity to sit down with Chef Eric Leveillee and sous chef Kieran, just 2 weeks after they took over Marigold Kitchen in West Philadelphia. Chef Leveillee spent the last few years at Whetstone Tavern in Queen Village, where he was able to take over as Executive Chef and began to develop his cuisine. After pushing his cuisine as far as he could in the constraints of Whetstone tavern, he took the chance to take over the kitchen of Marigold where he has complete control over the menu. Chef Leveillee also has a very strong instagram account with over 15,000 followers, we talk about the importance of this to his career and finding the right strategy for you.

-1 s2018 JUN 23
Comments
A Chef Gets His Freedom with Eric Leveillee and Sous Chef Kieran O’Sullivan

Farmer Malaika Spencer and Her Organic Farm “Roots to River”

E

-1 s2018 JUN 10
Comments
Farmer Malaika Spencer and Her Organic Farm “Roots to River”
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