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Andrew Talks to Chefs

Andrew Friedman

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Andrew Talks to Chefs

Andrew Talks to Chefs

Andrew Friedman

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Our top chefs, as you’ve never heard them before. Author Andrew Friedman, one of the nation's chief chroniclers of professional kitchen life, interviews a diverse cross-section of the best and biggest names in the business, bringing his personal relationships and industry knowledge to bear in coaxing personal and professional revelations from his guests.

Latest Episodes

Episode 139: Jeff Gordinier (Esquire Magazine)

Esquire magazine's Jeff Gordinier discusses this year's Best New Restaurant List.

61 min6 d ago
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Episode 139: Jeff Gordinier (Esquire Magazine)

Episode 138: Stefano Secchi (Rezdora, NYC)

Stefano Secchi discusses his time training in the US and Italy and the road to his smash success at Rezdora restaurant in NYC.

65 min1 w ago
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Episode 138: Stefano Secchi (Rezdora, NYC)

Episode 137: Magnus Nilsson (chef/author, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End)

Magnus Nilsson discusses his new book, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End, documenting the full lifespan of his acclaimed restaurant.

42 min1 w ago
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Episode 137: Magnus Nilsson (chef/author, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End)

Episode 136: Simon Kim (restaurateur - Cote, NYC)

Simon Kim, the restaurateur behind New York City's Cote, discusses his path to hospitality.

93 min2 w ago
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Episode 136: Simon Kim (restaurateur - Cote, NYC)

Vote! An Election Eve Plea (and endorsement)

Thoughts on the special importance of voting this year, and the best candidate for the USA, and the industry.

7 min3 w ago
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Vote! An Election Eve Plea (and endorsement)

Episode 135: Ariel Arce (Air's Champagne Parlor & others, NYC; author, Better with Bubbles)

Ariel Arce, dubbed the Champagne Empress of Greenwich Village by the NY Times, discusses her young life and career, and her new book Better with Bubbles.

65 min3 w ago
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Episode 135: Ariel Arce (Air's Champagne Parlor & others, NYC; author, Better with Bubbles)

Episode 134: Einat Admony (Balaboosta & other restaurants, NYC)

Einat Admony of Balaboosta, Kish Kash, & Taim restaurants in NYC discusses her life, career, & participation in S.Pellegrino's Destination Dining series.

61 min3 w ago
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Episode 134: Einat Admony (Balaboosta & other restaurants, NYC)

Episode 133: Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli (Frankies Spuntino & other restaurants; Brooklyn)

Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli discuss their careers, restaurants, partnership, and participating in S.Pellegrino's Destination Dining program.

48 minOCT 23
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Episode 133: Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli (Frankies Spuntino & other restaurants; Brooklyn)

Episode 132: Barbara Sibley (La Palapa & Holiday Cocktail Lounge, NYC)

Barbara Sibley, chef-owner of La Palapa & create director of Holiday Cocktail Lounge, discusses her childhood in Mexico & life in NYC restaurants.

81 minOCT 21
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Episode 132: Barbara Sibley (La Palapa & Holiday Cocktail Lounge, NYC)

Episode 131: John Birdsall (author, The Man Who Ate Too Much)

Author John Birdsall discusses his brilliant new biography of James Beard, The Man Who Ate Too Much.

66 minOCT 17
Comments
Episode 131: John Birdsall (author, The Man Who Ate Too Much)

Latest Episodes

Episode 139: Jeff Gordinier (Esquire Magazine)

Esquire magazine's Jeff Gordinier discusses this year's Best New Restaurant List.

61 min6 d ago
Comments
Episode 139: Jeff Gordinier (Esquire Magazine)

Episode 138: Stefano Secchi (Rezdora, NYC)

Stefano Secchi discusses his time training in the US and Italy and the road to his smash success at Rezdora restaurant in NYC.

65 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 138: Stefano Secchi (Rezdora, NYC)

Episode 137: Magnus Nilsson (chef/author, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End)

Magnus Nilsson discusses his new book, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End, documenting the full lifespan of his acclaimed restaurant.

42 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 137: Magnus Nilsson (chef/author, Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End)

Episode 136: Simon Kim (restaurateur - Cote, NYC)

Simon Kim, the restaurateur behind New York City's Cote, discusses his path to hospitality.

93 min2 w ago
Comments
Episode 136: Simon Kim (restaurateur - Cote, NYC)

Vote! An Election Eve Plea (and endorsement)

Thoughts on the special importance of voting this year, and the best candidate for the USA, and the industry.

7 min3 w ago
Comments
Vote! An Election Eve Plea (and endorsement)

Episode 135: Ariel Arce (Air's Champagne Parlor & others, NYC; author, Better with Bubbles)

Ariel Arce, dubbed the Champagne Empress of Greenwich Village by the NY Times, discusses her young life and career, and her new book Better with Bubbles.

65 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 135: Ariel Arce (Air's Champagne Parlor & others, NYC; author, Better with Bubbles)

Episode 134: Einat Admony (Balaboosta & other restaurants, NYC)

Einat Admony of Balaboosta, Kish Kash, & Taim restaurants in NYC discusses her life, career, & participation in S.Pellegrino's Destination Dining series.

61 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 134: Einat Admony (Balaboosta & other restaurants, NYC)

Episode 133: Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli (Frankies Spuntino & other restaurants; Brooklyn)

Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli discuss their careers, restaurants, partnership, and participating in S.Pellegrino's Destination Dining program.

48 minOCT 23
Comments
Episode 133: Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli (Frankies Spuntino & other restaurants; Brooklyn)

Episode 132: Barbara Sibley (La Palapa & Holiday Cocktail Lounge, NYC)

Barbara Sibley, chef-owner of La Palapa & create director of Holiday Cocktail Lounge, discusses her childhood in Mexico & life in NYC restaurants.

81 minOCT 21
Comments
Episode 132: Barbara Sibley (La Palapa & Holiday Cocktail Lounge, NYC)

Episode 131: John Birdsall (author, The Man Who Ate Too Much)

Author John Birdsall discusses his brilliant new biography of James Beard, The Man Who Ate Too Much.

66 minOCT 17
Comments
Episode 131: John Birdsall (author, The Man Who Ate Too Much)
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