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Last Meals on Death Roux

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Welcome to Last Meals on Death Roux - a food ethnography podcast that asks the big question: what would your last meal on earth look like? Each episode, a prominent foodie or industry member will share their story about the delicious experiences they’ve had. The struggles, the sense of community, and the journeys through food will all come to light in this food-forward podcast. Come listen and learn about how we can all savor the last bite! Be sure to check out the website at lmodr.com , subscribe to the newsletter, or send a message my way! Follow the show on Instagram (@ondeathroux) or Twitter (@LastRoux)

Latest Episodes

Episode 5 - Stephan Bogardus

EThe most critically acclaimed chef on Long Island came to my house and talked to me about my tortoise and the semantics of pizza - oh, and I interviewed him for the show, of course. Considering his fame and his accolades, I thought he would have a more intimidating presence, but he was warm and gentle, with a burning eagerness about the world of food. What I immediately noticed about Stephan Bogardus was his ability to reference a book for any given topic that I brought up. I can’t imagine how someone can be a young executive chef at a fine dining establishment, such as the Halyard in Greenport or the North Fork Table and Inn in Southold, and find time to read so many books on food. This voracity for knowledge was evident in our conversation - Stephan was humble about his skill but recognized his culinary prowess as well as the improvement he can strive for. Balanced would be an apt word to describe this North Fork chef. His holistic approach to life shines in his food which blends extremely solid fundamentals with abstract flavors, textures, and techniques. In my eyes, Stephan is an individual who’s head is in the clouds, but who is firmly rooted in the ground - unwavering in his dedication to become a better chef. This was an excellent chat and I’m very excited to share it with you all. Enjoy. Savor the last bite!

46 MINMAY 2
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Episode 5 - Stephan Bogardus

Episode 4 - Jess Morris

EIf you live on the North Fork and enjoy good coffee, chances are you’ve been to the North Fork Roasting Company, commonly referred to as Nofo Roco. You know what makes it so good? The people behind it. Co-owner Jess Morris is one of those people. She is a dedicated chef and lifestyle brand food blogger. She has her roots in baking and sweets, but developed a love for savory cooking and coffee as she grew to know her now-wife, Jennilee Morris. Jess specializes in comfort food with a kick - the menu at Nofo Roco is both familiar and exciting, and always fresh. Quality is one of the most important aspects of Jess’s operations - both the caliber of the ingredients and the means by which they are grown, harvested, and shipped. Jess, as a fellow North Fork native, has really taken advantage of this area’s bountiful agricultural industry and has transformed it into one of the most desirable products around. Oh yeah, and she was on Chopped - THE Chopped. And she kicked ass. I cannot over...

-1 sFEB 25
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Episode 4 - Jess Morris

Episode 3 - John Ross

On this episode, I talked with local food legend John Ross. He may not be a North Fork Native, but I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who appreciates this place as much as he does. John got lots of practical experience on the line and developed a love cooking that continues to this day. He never thought in terms of “farm-to-table” or “hyper-local”, and yet he ran a successful restaurant for nearly three decades with a focus on fresh, local, delicious food. After years in the industry, he finally had to take a step back, but he keeps active food-wise. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that he’s still cooking three course meals at home. It was a lovely chat with a kindred spirit who, shockingly, was able to come up with his last meal on the spot! Here’s to you, John! Thanks for the copy of your poetry book (oh, did I mention he’s also a poet?).

-1 sFEB 18
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Episode 3 - John Ross

Episode 2 - Rich Olsen-Harbich

Today on the show I’m talking with my close family friend Rich Olsen-Harbich. Rich grew up with German roots and wine running through his veins. After studying plants and soil at Cornell, he managed a vineyard in Bridgehampton, NY. A few years later, Rich was instrumental in establishing the North Fork on Long Island as a well-known environment for the wine industry.

-1 sJAN 30
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Episode 2 - Rich Olsen-Harbich

Episode 1 - Julia Girzadas

Welcome to the first episode of Last Meals on Death Roux! Each week, a prominent foodie or industry member will share their story about the delicious experiences they’ve had. This week we share a conversation with local vegan Julia Girzardas. We discuss the ethics of eating meat and how to be a moral consumer - and she's known about her last meal for years! Savor the last bite!

-1 sJAN 25
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Episode 1 - Julia Girzadas
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Latest Episodes

Episode 5 - Stephan Bogardus

EThe most critically acclaimed chef on Long Island came to my house and talked to me about my tortoise and the semantics of pizza - oh, and I interviewed him for the show, of course. Considering his fame and his accolades, I thought he would have a more intimidating presence, but he was warm and gentle, with a burning eagerness about the world of food. What I immediately noticed about Stephan Bogardus was his ability to reference a book for any given topic that I brought up. I can’t imagine how someone can be a young executive chef at a fine dining establishment, such as the Halyard in Greenport or the North Fork Table and Inn in Southold, and find time to read so many books on food. This voracity for knowledge was evident in our conversation - Stephan was humble about his skill but recognized his culinary prowess as well as the improvement he can strive for. Balanced would be an apt word to describe this North Fork chef. His holistic approach to life shines in his food which blends extremely solid fundamentals with abstract flavors, textures, and techniques. In my eyes, Stephan is an individual who’s head is in the clouds, but who is firmly rooted in the ground - unwavering in his dedication to become a better chef. This was an excellent chat and I’m very excited to share it with you all. Enjoy. Savor the last bite!

46 MINMAY 2
Comments
Episode 5 - Stephan Bogardus

Episode 4 - Jess Morris

EIf you live on the North Fork and enjoy good coffee, chances are you’ve been to the North Fork Roasting Company, commonly referred to as Nofo Roco. You know what makes it so good? The people behind it. Co-owner Jess Morris is one of those people. She is a dedicated chef and lifestyle brand food blogger. She has her roots in baking and sweets, but developed a love for savory cooking and coffee as she grew to know her now-wife, Jennilee Morris. Jess specializes in comfort food with a kick - the menu at Nofo Roco is both familiar and exciting, and always fresh. Quality is one of the most important aspects of Jess’s operations - both the caliber of the ingredients and the means by which they are grown, harvested, and shipped. Jess, as a fellow North Fork native, has really taken advantage of this area’s bountiful agricultural industry and has transformed it into one of the most desirable products around. Oh yeah, and she was on Chopped - THE Chopped. And she kicked ass. I cannot over...

-1 sFEB 25
Comments
Episode 4 - Jess Morris

Episode 3 - John Ross

On this episode, I talked with local food legend John Ross. He may not be a North Fork Native, but I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who appreciates this place as much as he does. John got lots of practical experience on the line and developed a love cooking that continues to this day. He never thought in terms of “farm-to-table” or “hyper-local”, and yet he ran a successful restaurant for nearly three decades with a focus on fresh, local, delicious food. After years in the industry, he finally had to take a step back, but he keeps active food-wise. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that he’s still cooking three course meals at home. It was a lovely chat with a kindred spirit who, shockingly, was able to come up with his last meal on the spot! Here’s to you, John! Thanks for the copy of your poetry book (oh, did I mention he’s also a poet?).

-1 sFEB 18
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Episode 3 - John Ross

Episode 2 - Rich Olsen-Harbich

Today on the show I’m talking with my close family friend Rich Olsen-Harbich. Rich grew up with German roots and wine running through his veins. After studying plants and soil at Cornell, he managed a vineyard in Bridgehampton, NY. A few years later, Rich was instrumental in establishing the North Fork on Long Island as a well-known environment for the wine industry.

-1 sJAN 30
Comments
Episode 2 - Rich Olsen-Harbich

Episode 1 - Julia Girzadas

Welcome to the first episode of Last Meals on Death Roux! Each week, a prominent foodie or industry member will share their story about the delicious experiences they’ve had. This week we share a conversation with local vegan Julia Girzardas. We discuss the ethics of eating meat and how to be a moral consumer - and she's known about her last meal for years! Savor the last bite!

-1 sJAN 25
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Episode 1 - Julia Girzadas
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