EPISODE 57 | November 17, 2018

Tanya Holland

Not many chefs can boast a degree in Russian language and literature, but that was just one of the many…

EPISODE 56 | November 14, 2018

Christian Petroni

On the heels of his recent victory on Food Network Star, Christian Petroni–the culinary and personality force behind a quintet of Fortina restaurants in…

EPISODE 55 | November 10, 2018

Amy Brandwein

In the three-and-a-half years since opening her Centrolina restaurant in Washington, DC, Amy Brandwein has earned rave reviews and a…

EPISODE 54 | November 7, 2018

Miles Thompson

Chef Miles Thompson grew up on the East Coast of the United States with dreams of becoming an actor, but after…

EPISODE 53 | November 3, 2018

John Currence

John Currence doesn’t hold back. From his politics to his convictions about Southern cuisine to his feelings about industry awards and what…

EPISODE 52 | October 31, 2018

David DiBari

As he prepares to double his number of restaurants from 2 to 4 (and in the midst of Hudson Valley…

EPISODE 51 | October 27, 2018

Naomi Pomeroy, Pano Karatassos

A double-feature episode—Chefs Naomi Pomeroy and Pano Karatassos both have relatively new non-restaurant ventures in their lives. Naomi, based in…

EPISODE 50 | October 24, 2018

Fatima Ali

Chef Fatima “Fati” Ali connected deeply with the culinary community earlier this month with her Bon Appetit essay where she…

EPISODE 49 | October 17, 2018

Open Kitchen – Chandra Ram

Culinary degrees and kitchen experience don’t always lead to chefdom. In this Open Kitchen episode, Chandra Ram, editor of PLATE…

EPISODE 48 | October 10, 2018

Joe Flamm

On the heels of the dinner he and Tony Mantuano threw for Andrew last week in Chicago, Spiaggia’s executive chef…

EPISODE 47 | October 3, 2018

Justin Hilbert

For three years, at Maude restaurant in Beverly HIlls, Justin Hilbert (who was elevated to Executive Chef by Chef-Owner Curtis…

EPISODE 46 | September 26, 2018

Alex Guarnaschelli

Though born into a food-centric family (legendary cookbook editor mom; passionate homecook dad), Alex Guarnaschelli never imagined a life in…

EPISODE 45 | September 19, 2018

Daniela Soto-Innes

Our fall season kicks off with one of the industry’s true wunderkinds–Daniela Soto-Innes, chef de cuisine of Cosme and Atla…

EPISODE 44 | August 15, 2018

Erin Shambura

Our Season 3 finale (or is it? listen to show intro for details about possible bonus episodes) takes us to…

EPISODE 43 | August 8, 2018

Gabriel Kreuther

You won’t find a more thoughtful, reflective leader in today’s restaurant world than Gabriel Kreuther. Andrew sat down with the…

EPISODE 42 | August 3, 2018

Bill Telepan

On one of the hottest days of the summer, Andrew finds himself in a slump but old friend Bill Telepan,…

EPISODE 41 | July 25, 2018

Daniel Holzman

How in the world did a guy who started off in top French kitchens such as Le Bernardin (at age…

EPISODE 40 | July 18, 2018

Emma Bengtsson

Few toques have made the leap from pastry chef to executive chef, but Emma Bengtsson of Aquavit in New York…

EPISODE 39 | July 11, 2018

Open Kitchen–Phil Rosenthal

A first for the podcast: Andrew welcomes television’s Phil Rosenthal, host of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil, as our…

EPISODE 38 | June 27, 2018

Jonathan Benno

One of the most accomplished chefs in the country returns to center stage this week as Jonathan Benno has just…

EPISODE 37 | June 20, 2018

Marc Forgione

After some emotionally draining weeks, Andrew & Caitlin dispense with their usual introductory chit-chat and get right to this week’s…

EPISODE 36 | June 13, 2018

Tony Mantuano, Dan Jacobs, Dan Van Rite

Andrew recently had a chance to sit down with Midwestern chefs of two generations: Chicago legend Tony Mantuano, who was…

EPISODE 35 | June 8, 2018

Remembering Anthony Bourdain

The world lost one of the great representatives of the chef profession today with the tragic death of Anthony Bourdain….

EPISODE 34 | June 6, 2018

Ruth Rogers/Ryan Tate

A special double-header with one chef from the Catskills and one who cooks there today: Ruth Rogers of London’s iconic…

EPISODE 33 | June 1, 2018

Timothy Hollingsworth

In New York City, Andrew’s irked at the angle a restaurant critic adopted to review his book Chefs, Drugs, and Rock…

EPISODE 32 | May 31, 2018

Mary Sue Milliken

In what might quietly be one of our best interviews, Mary Sue Milliken–one half (with biz partner Susan Feniger) of…

EPISODE 31 | May 16, 2018

JJ Johnson

Chef JJ Johnson and Andrew are both very much on the go this spring as they promote their respective books….

EPISODE 30 | May 9, 2018

Suzanne Tracht

What’s more fun than volleyball and as entertaining as a great summer read? Why, a podcast interview on the beach,…

EPISODE 29 | April 18, 2018

Norman Van Aken

Maybe it’s because they have Florida in common, or maybe because they both write, or maybe it’s something more simple…

EPISODE 28 | April 11, 2018

Michael Lomonaco

From ’21’ to the dear, departed Windows on the World, to his current longtime home at Porter House Bar and…

EPISODE 27 | April 10, 2018

Mike Solomonov

At his restaurants Zahav, Abe Fisher, Dizengoff, Rooster Soup Company, Goldie and others, Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Mike Solomonov has…

EPISODE 26 | March 28, 2018

Nick Curtola

At Williamsburg’s popular Four Horsemen, Chef Nick Curtola brings a young lifetime of experience to bear in creating a concise…

EPISODE 25 | March 21, 2018

Ayesha Nurdjaja

At Shuka restaurant in downtown Manhattan, chef Ayesha Nurdjaja subtly makes Middle Eastern/Mediterranean cuisine her own. Over coffee one recent…

EPISODE 24 | March 14, 2018

Bruce Marder

Bruce Marder is the first chef named in Andrew’s brand new book Chefs, Drugs, and Rock & Roll. But he’s…

EPISODE 23 | March 7, 2018

Greg Proechel

Greg Prochel presides over one of the hottest kitchens of 2018 at his Ferris Restaurant in New York City. Greg…

EPISODE 22 | February 28, 2018

Angie Mar

For a career-changer, Chef Angie Mar’s ascent in the chef world has been nothing short of astounding. Andrew swung by…

EPISODE 21 | February 21, 2018

Claire Welle

Claire Welle, the chef of Otway restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, has been drawing a lot of attention lately for her…

EPISODE 20 |

Charlie Palmer

The great American chef Charlie Palmer sat down with Andrew the other day at the top of the Archer Hotel…

EPISODE 19 | February 7, 2018

Hillary Sterling

As she was giddy with excitement at the prospect of decamping New York City for a Mexican adventure, Andrew joined…

EPISODE 18 | January 31, 2018

Dan Kluger

Loring Place chef-owner Dan Kluger first became known to New York CIty restaurant-goers as the chef of ABC Kitchen, where…

EPISODE 17 | January 24, 2018

Hooni Kim

If there’s such a thing as an epic podcast interview, this is it: Chef Hooni Kim’s story spans three continents…

EPISODE 16 | January 17, 2018

Missy Robbins

Andrew Talks to Chefs kicks off its second season with the chef of Andrew’s favorite restaurant of the moment, Missy…

EPISODE 15 | December 13, 2017

Richard Blais

Andrew finds himself torn at the outset of our Season 1 finale. On the one hand, he has a hugely…

EPISODE 14 | December 11, 2017

Curtis Stone

Los Angeles’s chef Curtis Stone joins us for a special bonus episode to discuss the coming format change at his…

EPISODE 13 | December 6, 2017

Michael White/Philip Tessier

Our first twofer! Chef Michael White, the force behind Marea, Ai Fiori, Osteria Morini, and other modern classics, tells us…

EPISODE 12 | November 29, 2017

Elise Kornack

Just six months ago, Elise Kornack was the chef and co-owner of one of the most unique tasting menu restaurants…

EPISODE 11 | November 22, 2017

Marcus Samuelsson

As his newest restaurant, Marcus B&P in Newark, New Jersey, came to life around him, Marcus Samuelsson took an hour…

EPISODE 10 | November 15, 2017

Massimo Bottura

Our first season just keeps getting better and better as one of the most acclaimed chefs on the planet, Massimo…

EPISODE 9 | November 14, 2017

Victoria Blamey

Victoria Blamey is a good sport. The chef of Chumley’s, the reinvigorated former speakeasy in New York City’s West Village,…

EPISODE 8 | November 8, 2017

David Kinch

While in New York City to attend the annual Michelin Guide celebration, chef David Kinch of Manresa, The Bywater, and…

EPISODE 7 | November 1, 2017

Greg Baxtrom

Last year, chef Greg Baxtrom took one of the best resumes around (Alinea, Per Se, Blue Hill at Stone Barns,…

EPISODE 6 | October 25, 2017

Stephen Harris

Before he became a chef and turned The Sportsman in Seasalter, Kent, into a Michelin-starred destination restaurant, Stephen Harris was…

EPISODE 5 | October 18, 2017

Paul Kahan

While in Gotham City to promote his new cookbook Cheers to the Publican (coauthored with chef Cosmo Goss and collaborator…

EPISODE 4 | October 11, 2017

Amanda Freitag

Most listeners probably know Amanda Freitag solely as a television personality from her work on Chopped and other shows. But…

EPISODE 3 | October 4, 2017

Michael Anthony

Chef Michael Anthony has been at the helm of New York City’s Gramercy Tavern since 2006. During that time, he…

EPISODE 2 | September 20, 2017

Amanda Cohen

Amanda Cohen has been chef-owner of downtown New York City’s groundbreaking vegetable restaurant Dirt Candy for nearly a decade. Dirt…

EPISODE 1 | September 13, 2017

Alex Stupak

Empellón’s Alex Stupak pulled a remarkable 180 when he transitioned from pastry chef of such landmark modernist restaurants as Alinea…

| September 6, 2017

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