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Hello Hungry Hordes! Welcome to the Something About Food? podcast! Diverse guests join culinary nerd Chef Chris Clarke to discuss their personal relationship with food and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. Everyone is invited to the table!

Hello Hungry Hordes! Welcome to the Something About Food? podcast! Diverse guests join culinary nerd Chef Chris Clarke to discuss their personal relationship with food and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. Everyone is invited to the table!
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Hello Hungry Hordes! Welcome to the Something About Food? podcast! Diverse guests join culinary nerd Chef Chris Clarke to discuss their personal relationship with food and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. Everyone is invited to the table!

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English


Episodes

EP 075 - A Kneed to Change

9/16/2019
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Julia Shih of Miracle Sports Cream is a mom and an athlete who’s overcome injuries and shyness to be a natural health advocate. She could also eat cake until she blacks out. She talks about hard work, delicious food, her love of comedy, and the power of herbs.

Duration:01:04:58

EP 074 - Bruja Fuerte

9/10/2019
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Chef Diana Dávila is the Executive Chef and Owner of Mi Tocaya Antojería in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. The witchcraft that Chef Diana Dávila works with her recipes and food is her way of honoring the women who came before her. She talks me about how she learned from her Mexican ancestors, the strength it takes to run a successful kitchen, and how she would eat a taco over pizza any day!

Duration:00:58:31

Ep 073 - Never Gonna Get It

9/2/2019
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Ru Johnson is a writer and lead executioner at Roux Black. Her strength as a business leader is enhanced by her zest for living a full-on life. She talks about how Stevie Nicks speaks to her spiritual side, the best hot dogs in Washington, NC and how she helps creatives take bold, calculated steps.

Duration:00:57:51

EP 072 - Tastes Like Rain

8/26/2019
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The indigenous foods of the Americas have a voice that emanates from podcaster Andi Murphy on her Toasted Sister Podcast. The New Mexico local talks about native foods, how the fish and chips she ate in Ireland was phenomenal, and how being a busy podcaster, producer, and engineer doesn’t leave her time to make her own sweetener for her Navajo Tea.

Duration:00:55:41

EP 071 - Beans A’Poppin

8/20/2019
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Tabitha Brown is a vegan force of nature, actress, and influencer. She talks about the joy of trying new foods, how eating vegan helped to heal her, how she knew she was an actor, and going viral!

Duration:00:55:37

EP 070 - Working For Your Food

6/25/2019
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Jon Keur is the audio magician that helps make this show happen from his Wayfare Recording Company. For almost 10 years, Jon has been deep in the audio space working alongside up-and-coming podcasters, songwriters and artists. He chats about pizza (including a very controversial ingredient), eating his way through Italy, and much more!

Duration:00:59:56

EP 069 - Blood, Sweat, Tears & Glaze

6/18/2019
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Richard Eng is a Biology major turned fine dining specialist, operations consultant and now back to his original pastry roots as a baker/donut maker. He is the CEO & CDD (Chief Donut Designer) of Black Label Donuts where he brings a sophisticated fine dining approach to donuts. He chats about the donut landscape, scent memories, and the universality of fried dough.

Duration:01:02:07

EP 068 - Eating History

6/11/2019
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Adrian Miller is a James Beard Award-winning food writer, attorney, and certified barbecue judge who lives in Denver, CO. He is currently the executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches and, as such, is the first African American and the first layperson to hold that position. He chats about the regional complexities of Texas BBQ, apologizing to a gospel group on 420, and the over 150 African-Americans who have cooked in the White house since Washington.

Duration:01:05:02

EP 067 - That’s So Wong!

6/4/2019
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Lisa Wong comes from a family of restaurateurs, so it was a natural fit that she would become a food truck entrepreneur the Wong Way Veg. Her love of street food, animals, and her passion for feeding people is what drives this little orange truck!

Duration:00:57:33

EP 066 - The Pot Roast Years

5/28/2019
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Rev. Amanda Henderson has served as Executive Director of The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado since 2014. She is an ordained minister and community leader in Denver, Colorado bringing people together for healing in times of tragedy, and mobilizing individuals and groups in times of injustice. She has a lot to talk about, including tacos, brownies, and how being homeless is not a criminal act.

Duration:00:56:32

EP 065 - Under the Cage

5/21/2019
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Professor Callie Rennison is a criminologist and victimologist who studies violent victimization. She talks about the changing definitions of crime and sexual violence. She also shares a unique method of identifying cheeses, discusses her ideal food vs service ratio in restaurants, reveals that she has a bird boyfriend of 40 years and owns her love of gas station hot dogs and Trader Joe's Mac and Cheese. NOTE: Due to a recording error, the first 10 minutes of this audio are rough but then go...

Duration:00:53:03

EP 064 - Bold, Boiled, and Blades

5/14/2019
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Heather J. Haas took her past experiences as a bartender and forged a new career as a bladesmith. She talks about road trip strategy, the joys and perils of food service, sobriety, boiled peanuts, and more!

Duration:01:06:43

EP 063 - Oreo Vegan? Yes, I Am!

5/6/2019
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Jessica Piñeros is a vegan foodie, freelance photographer, and co-organizer for the Miami Chapter of Veggie Mijas. She talks about vegan Mexican wedding cookies and arroz con leche, supporting the femme, queer, and non-binary Latinx community, travel on a budget, and how vegans love pancakes too

Duration:00:56:02

EP 062 - Tater Tot Hotdish

4/30/2019
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Adam Martin and Ricky Pallay of the F5 Project help formerly incarcerated felons "hit the refresh button" and transition to life outside. They talk about this important community work as well as the fried cheesy pickles, doner kebab, and tater tot hotdish that keep them fueled!

Duration:01:04:29

EP 061 - Elbow to Elbow

4/23/2019
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This conversation with craft beer brewers Shyla Sheppard and Missy Begay was smoky, and sweet, and local. The co-founders of Albuquerque's Bow & Arrow Brewing Co chat about kneel down bread, knoephla soup, and how they are building community with their brews!

Duration:00:53:00

EP 060 - Eye on the Pie

3/19/2019
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John Lehndorff is a Boulder County food writing institution. He talks about clambakes, restaurants that were, bakeries that are, and all the intricate requirements for the perfect pie.

Duration:00:57:41

EP 059 - Burnt Flavor

3/12/2019
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Chef Antwon Brinson created his Culinary Concepts AB intensive program to train folks for employment in the world of cooking. He reminisces about hot dogs in Buffalo and the loco moco in Hawaii, ponders "burnt" as a flavor and the use of spam in island cuisine, and discusses how restaurant work is both creative labor and a trade.

Duration:00:54:14

EP 058 - Yesterday’s Corn

3/4/2019
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Warren Scharf didn’t know what he was getting into when he married into my family or when he agreed to be a guest on my podcast. Don’t tell him I said so, but I’m glad he did. We chat about his work as Executive Director of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House in NYC, sfogliatelle pastry, and momos in Dublin.

Duration:00:59:09

EP 057 - Eating Wright

2/26/2019
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Dr. Devon Wright is a professor of Africana Studies, an avid bike commuter, a jazz musician, and a graphic novel creator about a dystopian future with a jazz guitar playing antihero (http://avantguardians.com). Our conversation covers all those things, plus McDonald’s french fries, going mostly vegetarian, and Jamaican rum cake!

Duration:01:03:49

Ep 056 - No Labels

2/11/2019
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Watt Sriboonruang calls herself a "Pie Lady", we call her a chef. This creator of raw/vegan pastries at her shop Rawsome Treats chats about blue curry, tiramisu, kickboxing and letting go of judgment.

Duration:00:57:03