Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)
On today's episode of Ketchup Issues Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest are joined by Arielle Johnson. She talks a bit about her forthcoming book, Flavorama, and answers lots of listener questions about fermentation. Lacto Fermentation! Cold Fermentation! Cacao Fermentation! Plus: hydrocolloids, STEAM vs STEM, dishwasher cooking how to troubleshoot...
Scott Norton: Bringing Personality and Charm to Condiments
Scott Norton began making ketchup in his college apartment almost 10 years ago. It was 4 years after Malcolm Gladwell wrote that Heinz could never be overthrown - but Scott didn’t buy it. So he and his Co-Founder, Mark, set out to disprove this theory with a product that was...
Dave and Nastassia are back! This week on Cooking Issues they discuss the merits (or demerits) of having old-school arcade games in bars, "alternative" ketchups, xanthan gum, adding habanero peppers to butter cream frosting, the dress code at Roberta's, welding, seltzer, vacuum-sealing garlic, Fahrenheit versus Celsius measurements in cooking, and...
Memories of Ketchup and Coke in Tehran
[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/sites/default/files/wp-uploads/2015/10/Commentary-Memories-of-Ketchup-and-Coke-in-Tehran.mp3"][/audio] When in doubt, add ketchup! In a discussion with hosts Alexes McLaughlin and Phillip Gilmour on episode 251 of The Main Course, artist Kamrooz Aram recalls American food memories in his Iranian childhood including “Coke,” fast food pizza, and ketchup on EVERYTHING. Listen to the full episode here.
Sir Kensington's & Klaus
This week on a brand new Snacky Tunes, host Darin Bresnitz is joined by guest co-host Carter Adams and guests Mark Ramadan and Scott Norton of Sir Kensington's. Sir Kensington's is a maker of fine condiments like ketchup and mayonnaise that comes in both traditional and spiced forms. Mark and...
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