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Rob Laing talks to the chefs creating the best plant-based food. Whether you call that “vegetable-forward”, “plant-based cuisine” or just good food, the trend is undeniable and goes beyond being vegan or vegetarian. Plant Gourmet talks to these chefs in detail on topics like running plant-based restaurants, recipes and menu development, food issues, health and diet, the environment, animal rights, ingredients, suppliers, the food scene, new technology, culinary and hospitality trends and more.
 
From the first cannabis cook published by a major publishing house, comes a podcast from Jeff the 420 Chef. On Wake and Bake, you will learn what you need to know to use cannabis to elevate your life to the next level. Subscribe to learn about cannabis, edibles, the legal side, and how to use cannabis to live a better life every day!
 
We're Cookin' is a foodcast for home cooks, hosted by Just Simply... Cuisine in Washington, D.C. Hosts Chris Coppola Leibner and Brooke Rodgers will teach you how to cook seasonally and with real food, share stories from their JSC kitchens and gardens, introduce you to their favorite local and regional artisans, vendors, and experts of all things good food, and give you the best tips, tricks, time-savers, advice and recipes that we’ve picked up over the years!
 
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Episode 11: Marrying the Seasons Spring is here, the gardens are budding, and our taste buds are fired up for Season 2 of We’re Cookin’! In this second season premiere, we’re serving a springtime medley of flavor and fun, featuring seasonal cooking tips from host Chris Coppola Leibner, owner of Washington DC’s beloved Just Simply… Cuisine cooking s…
 
Husna Pasha is the charismatic, engaging female behind Alisha’s Cafe collective, the community restaurant where you can enjoy quirky, authentic vegetarian dishes, weekly cultural events, and the best Chai around. Today, Husna leads us on a journey through her childhood as the only Indian, Muslim in her town to her time as an occupational therapist …
 
Today, we meet with Barbara Nicole, a PhD and expert in the emergence of Chinese restaurants in Australia from the late nineteenth century through the 1950's. We sit with Barbara in the Chinese Museum in Melbourne where she volunteers and discuss her research to understand why you can find a Chinatown in most cities in Australia, how Chinese restau…
 
Today, we sit with Peter Laliotis, managing director and part owner of Hellas Cakes, a Melbourne Greek sweets staple since 1962. Melbourne not only has the largest Greek population in Australia, they have the largest Greek population of any city outside of Greece. Located in the heart of Richmond, formerly a primarily Greek suburb, Hellas Cakes has…
 
Today, we sit with Greg Hampton, head chef of Charcoal Lane, and Troy Krillin, program manager for social enterprises for Mission Australia. Although they are the oldest, ongoing living culture in the world, indigenous Australians have almost become foreigners in their own lands. Missions where natives were forced to be housed and “Christianized”, …
 
Today, we sit with Salvatore Malatesta, founder and creative director of St Ali Coffee in South Melbourne. As a former British settlement, tea used to be the main household brew of Australia. It wasn’t until the first espresso machine was introduced to Melbourne at Cafe Florentino, the predecessor to Grossi Florentino who we speak with in a former …
 
Today, we sit with John Burn, former owner and chef of Ebi Fine Foods. John is Scottish by birth but Japanese by interest. After visiting Japan, becoming enamored with the culture and cuisine, and making a spur of the moment purchase of a specialty grill, John traveled down a path that led to the opening of a Fish N Chips - Japanese Cuisine joint s…
 
“I have a hard time learning or understanding the language, so what if I made food my language?” - Bobby P.This is the first interview with one of the head chefs at Thip Khao, a Laos restaurant in DC. Chef Bobby introduces me to Laos cuisine and talks about his passion for sharing the dishes of his family, what he thinks are the best eating utensil…
 
Today we sit with Guy Grossi, owner and chef of Grossi Florentino. Grossi Florentino, formerly the Florentino Cafe, has been a staple of the Melbourne community since the 1920s. Sitting in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District, it has seen a vastly diversifying and evolving city. It stood at the forefront of educating the community abo…
 
Today we sit with Shanaka Fernando and Jessica Tana from Lentil As Anything. This pay-as-you-feel concept opened its first restaurant in Melbourne in 2000, and you won’t find any prices on the menu. They have a donation box and credit card machine off to one side where you can pay for what you can afford. Those who can’t pay are encouraged to volun…
 
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