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James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of restaurant kitchens through the stories of people that work in them. The restaurant industry is at a point where a lot of groundwork has been laid for change. But in order for change to happen, more conversations about gender, race, and privilege in the kitchen need to take place. Copper & Heat is focused on starting conversations like that with the people that are working through these issues in restaurant kitc ...
 
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Preeti and Devita talk about growing up in an empowering black space, why she founded FoodLab Detroit coming out of the economic crisis of 2008, and the favorite dish that she will never be able to eat again, breakfast at her grandma’s house. For more from Devita: Instagram: @devita_davison Twitter: @DevitaDavison FoodLab Detroit Website | Instagra…
 
Preeti’s guest this week is Vinny Eng, celebrated sommelier and community activist. Their conversation revolves around safety; feeling safe as immigrants in the U.S., feeling unsafe as queer folks in college, and creating a truly hospitable restaurant by prioritizing the safety of your staff. For more from Vinny: Instagram: @engvinny Twitter: @vinn…
 
Preeti and Chef Mavis-Jay talk about discovering their chefiness as kids doctoring up boxed mac and cheese, why they decided to go to culinary school at CIA at Hyde Park, and how they left fine dining restaurants to work in restaurant industry activism. For more from Mavis-Jay: Instagram: @chefmavisjay Twitter: @ChefMavisJay Drive Change Website | …
 
Preeti’s guest this week is Chef Jenny Dorsey - chef and founder of the community think tank, Studio ATAO. Jenny talks about growing up questioning bias in the system, creating real change in the restaurant industry, and Preeti & Jenny debate the merits of Morton’s Coarse versus Diamond Crystal kosher salt. For more from Jenny: Instagram: @chefjenn…
 
Preeti talks with Eric Rivera - chef and owner of addo restaurant in Seattle - about pivoting his business during the pandemic, being unfiltered on Twitter, and colonizing the colonizer by using Puerto Rican flavors in European dishes. For more from Eric: Twitter: @ericriveracooks Instagram: @ericriveracooks Addo restaurant Website | Instagram | Tw…
 
Preeti talks with Brenda Buenviaje - chef and owner of Brenda’s French Soul Food and Brenda’s Meat & Three in the Bay Area - about growing up fishing, foraging, and cooking in Louisiana, starting her career in restaurants as a lesbian in the south, and navigating the spotlight as “The Brenda.” For more from Brenda: Instagram: @chefbuenviaje YouTube…
 
Preeti talks with Ashtin Berry - bartender, hospitality activist, and equity educator & consultant - about being raised empowered to speak her truth, chef heroes, and white saviorism in the hospitality industry. For more from Ashtin: Instagram: @thecollectress Twitter: @AshtinBerry Radical Xchange Website | Instagram | Twitter You can find Preeti: …
 
In 1899 an association of boiler manufacturers got together in the spirit of what they called cooperative competition. In this episode, Dan Holohan tells about The Carbon Club’s brazen (and very successful) efforts to not only control the price and supply of boilers, but to also set standards that would keep those boilers from exploding.…
 
Preeti talks with Zoe Adjonyoh - chef, activist, and author - about connecting to her ancestral Ghanaian roots and building community through food, being a queer black woman in the industry, and about some of her favorite West African spices and ingredients. For more from Zoe: Her website Her spices (and other fun things) Her cookbook Twitter: @Zoe…
 
After the American Revolution, skilled craftsmen gathered in a tavern in lower Manhattan to discuss how they’d rebuild the war-torn city. They formed an organization that now supports NYC's oldest technical school. In this episode, Dan Holohan tells the story of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen and its lasting impact, as well as why 1…
 
In this Pre-Shift, we talk with Jazmin Villalta and Enrique Soriano from Cocina del Corazon about how grassroots growth has allowed them to thrive while sticking to their values. Where to find them: Their website Instagram Facebook Check out One Star Podcast Network the first podcast network dedicated to representing voices and stories from the ser…
 
In this Pre-Shift, we talk with Zoe Adjonyoh about how she found her niche and followed her purpose as she’s built her business. Where to find Zoe: Her website Instagram Her cookbook Check out One Star Podcast Network the first podcast network dedicated to representing voices and stories from the service industry with shows created by service indus…
 
In this Pre-Shift, we chat with Jenny Dorsey about how she has developed her voice and how she practices kindness with herself. Where to find Jenny: Her website Instagram Twitter Studio ATAO Check out One Star Podcast Network the first podcast network dedicated to representing voices and stories from the service industry with shows created by servi…
 
Preeti talks with Nick Cho - Tik Tok star Your Korean Dad and co-owner of Wrecking Ball Coffee in San Francisco - about how he approaches tough conversations with sympathy, fighting for justice, and his favorite tacos from Taco Bell. For more from Nick: Your Korean Dad YouTube Your Korean Dad TikTok Twitter: @NickCho Instagram: @nickcho_ Wrecking B…
 
Preeti talks with Asha Gomez - chef, activist and cookbook author - about her childhood growing up between India and the U.S., finding her voice in activism and policy work, and of course pani puri! For more from Asha: Her website Her culinary experiences: Third Space Her cookbooks: My Two Souths & I Cook in Color The organization CARE You can find…
 
In this Pre-Shift we hear about the successful unionization efforts of the Tartine Union in San Francisco from one of the people that was there from the beginning, Matthew Torres. Plus, we hear a little more about the general steps to unionizing from Tsehaitu Abye, a community organizer from One Fair Wage. Guests: Matthew Torres - Tartine Union @Ta…
 
In this episode of Pre-Shit, we're demystifying different kinds of organizing and collective action and talking about why unionizing is so hard in the restaurant industry with Jesse Kadjo and Tsehaitu Abye. Guests: Jesse Kadjo - Labor Organizer for City of Oakland Union & host of Leap Year Podcast @jessekadjo Tsehaitu Abye - Community Organizer for…
 
In this Pre-Shift we’re talking about DEIA - diversity, equity, inclusion, and access - what it is, and how one restaurant has worked to implement better practices. Guests: Terri Evans - owner and operator of Windy City Ribs & Whiskey @windycityribsandwhiskey Dr. Erinn Tucker - Director of the Global Hospitality Leadership master’s program At Georg…
 
In this Pre-Shift we’re talking about privilege and bias - what those words mean, how they play out in our lives, and what we can do to be better. Guests: Chef Jenny Dorsey - chef, activist, and founder of Studio ATAO @chefjennydorsey @studioatao Dr. Erinn Tucker - Director of the Global Hospitality Leadership master’s program At Georgetown Univers…
 
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