After recovering from their respective Thanksgiving food comas, Jessie Kiefer and Jen Tullock return to the Heritage Radio Network studio for another episode of The Morning After! Tune in to hear another thrilling installment from the Front of House about managerial duties. Timothy Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Chef, calls in to talk about his journey into the kitchen. Hear about why Timothy decided to
present cooking in a quick-learning format, and why he finds the combination of science and food fascinating. Learn how to sous vide and sear a steak using objects in an average hotel room! Phil Colicchio, lawyer and host of HRN’s the business of The Business, stops by the studio to talk about his introduction to the restaurant and hospitality industry. Tune in to hear Phil talk about his role in restaurant development, and the feeling he gets when he helps a restaurant open its doors. This episode has been sponsored by Tekserve.

“I enjoy figuring out how to teach things using the path of least resistance. I think that this is one of the first attempts, in English at least, to look at cooking as a whole and attempt to do that.” [14:00] — Timothy Ferriss on The Morning After

“Make sure you have a lawyer who has some understanding of the industry, because inevitably you will need a lawyer somewhere down the line if you’re looking to move forward.” [41:05] — Phil Colicchio on The Morning After