Tune in as The Main Course gets rebellious as solo host Phillip Gilmour welcomes Chef Justin Warner to the studio.  Phill gets down to business asking Justin his stance on aliens as well as his thoughts on opening the first restaurant on the moon before delving into a crazy story concerning liquid nitrogen.  With his new book, "The Laws of Cooking," out now, Justin highlights his food memories coming up through the industry (sans culinary school) and his path to owning the progressive Do or Dine restaurant in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn to now entertaining television specials and more!

"I have a ton of food memories from when I was a kid that are weird!" [8:15]

"I can't tell you the last time I wasn't working in a restaurant." [14:30]

"I choked Paula Deen with chipotle oil but she thought I looked like Elvis so I was okay." [37:30]

--Justin Warner on The Main Course