JJ Goode is a highly sought after cookbook writer. He used to be an intern at eGullet, then a fact checker at Saveur. Now, he collaborates with the likes of April Bloomfield (“A Girl and Her Pig”), Roberto Santibanez (“Truly Mexican” & “Tacos, Tortas, and Tamales”), Andy Ricker (“Pok Pok”), and Dale Talde. His essays, “One-Arm Mirepoix” appeared in Leite’s Culinariaand “Single Handed Cooking” in Gourmet, and since then, he’s had the upper hand. He’s this week’s guest on The Food Seen as he chats with Michael Harlan Turkell about his love of food, collaborative projects and unique perspective on cooking. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.



“I’m basically just a kid from New Jersey who likes eating things.” [08:00]


“The best cookbooks will take you to a place you couldn’t get yourself.” [33:00]


–JJ Goode on The Food Seen