Playlist · by Team Himalaya
Get tips from renowned chefs and immerse yourself in food culture from around the world with this playlist.
11 episodes, 9 hours 40 mins
Episode 198: Feel Good In the New Year
It's 2019, people. We've stuffed our faces and now it's time for a reset, Healthyish style. We're talking about the second annual Feel Good Food Plan, two weeks of dinner recipes and lunch inspiration to start the new year right. Then associate editor Hilary Cadigan talks to Kerry Brodie and Alex Harris of Emma’s Torch, a restaurant in Brooklyn that doubles as a culinary job training program for refugees.
Christina Tosi of Milk Bar, Part 1 | The Dave Chang Show (Ep. 21)
Chef and Momofuku founder Dave Chang is joined by Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi to discuss the unique challenge of opening a new restaurant (6:37), fostering creative innovation in the kitchen (20:56), and developing a work ethic in high-pressure environments (31:56). Milk Bar's new Los Angeles flagship store opens this Saturday, September 22, and will be located at 7150 Melrose Ave.
Christina Tosi of Milk Bar, Part 2 | The Dave Chang Show (Ep. 22)
Chef and Momofuku founder Dave Chang is joined by Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi to recount her experience working under Wylie Dufresne (1:36), how she helped advance Momofuku (14:05), and the trials and tribulations of opening the first Milk Bar (38:22). Milk Bar's new Los Angeles flagship store opens this Saturday, September 22, and will be located at 7150 Melrose Ave.
675: The Food of Thailand
Explore the regional flavors of Thailand and learn why there are so many Thai restaurants in the U.S. Plus, lessons on curry paste and coconut milk.
Samin Nosrat: Salt. Fat. Acid. Heat. Life!
Samin Nosrat is writer, teacher, and chef (http://ciaosamin.com/). Her New York Times bestselling book, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat (https://amzn.to/2BsSc2x), received the James Beard award for Best General Cookbook and was named Cookbook of the Year by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Samin's recent Netflix series of the same name (https://www.saltfatacidheat.com/) is a stunning exploration of food, culture, travel and life. Called “the next Julia Child” by NPR’s All Things Considered, Samin has been cooking professionally since 2000, when she first stumbled into the kitchen at Chez Panisse restaurant. An EAT columnist for The New York Times Magazine, Samin lives, cooks, reads, and gardens in Berkeley, California. In today's conversation, we explore her journey, growing up the child of first-generation immigrant parents in southern California and feeling like the outsider. We dive into her lifelong love of writing and books, her experience with anxiety and depr...
ALEX GUARNASCHELLI & SAMIN NOSRAT ON HER NETFLIX SERIES, SALT, FAT, ACID, HEAT.
Called "the next Julia Child," Samin Nosrat, author of the instant classic Salt Fat Acid Heat, talks with Alex Guarnaschelli about working on the Netflix series, the salt she swears by, and her new favorite snack, in this intimate interview between two extraordinary women.
If you somehow managed to miss it, we hosted the HODINKEE 10th Anniversary Weekend (H10 for short) in New York City this weekend. There were a number of amazing panels and events, which you can stream right here, including an incredible episode of HODINKEE Radio recorded in front of a live audience. Our guest? The inimitable Alton Brown. We had a casual conversation about watches, food, and what you really shouldn't be putting on Instagram. Enjoy.
Diet Myths Unpicked
In this episode with acclaimed nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert we talk through the do’s and don'ts of January diets; evidence-backed insights into all the latest crazes from intermittent fasting to carb-cutting; why we should stay clear of quick fixes and the problem with our tendency to rely on a number on the scales when it comes to our health. With a focus on the importance of proper nutrition and how the way we eat impacts on our bodies, this episode looks at how you can reach your health goals in the most sustainable way.
S4 Ep 1: Nigella Lawson
Table Manners is back!! And what better way to start series 4 than with the ultimate kitchen goddess… Nigella Lawson. She has been top of our list since day one, so brace yourselves for mum and me melting over her. We talk midnight snacks, her being a fussy eater as a child (there’s hope for all our children), eating rice pudding for breakfast...and apart from her love of Vegemite, she can do no wrong. Table Manners is served! Enjoy!
Ina Garten is a Messy Cook: The Hidden World of the Barefoot Contessa
Also on this week's show: Up with pomegranate molasses; sheet-pan roasted chicken; J. Kenji López-Alt investigates the science of baking pizza at home; and why Australian cuisine is the most diverse, adventurous on the planet! (Originally published September 27, 2018.)
HOW TO HOST A FOOD TV SHOW
Alex Guarnaschelli grills Bon Appétit’s former deputy editor Andrew Knowlton on his first gig as a TV host for Netflix's newest series, The Final Table. Find out what scares both the rookie and the vet, the evolution of food competition shows, why chefs are like athletes and much more.