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Created by The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, Inside Julia’s Kitchen is your window into the Foundation’s world. Through our podcast, you’ll meet the bright lights of today’s food world, from the organizations the Foundation supports and works with to further Julia’s legacy to individuals at the forefront of cooking, culinary history, and food writing. We’ll be talking to those who are shaping the way we eat, cook and think about food, just as Julia did by invit ...
 
Hey y'all! I'm Trish - an obnoxiously curious journalist with a passion for all things food and wine. As a long-time, former TV news anchor, I've been telling stories and asking questions for nearly two decades. Now, I'm bringing you long-form, intimate interviews and fun conversations with interesting people involved in the culinary, wine, and epicurean world. Hear unedited stories about growing up, life lessons, love, hardships, butt clench moments, successes and of course, food. You'll he ...
 
Sonia Bestulic from the Chatabout Children Blog educates, enlightens, and entertains with valuable insights into all things children, from birth to pre-teen, so you can enjoy fulfilment with the children in your world. Discover children at a whole new level, learning simple yet powerful strategies to nurture child development, overall health, effective learning and robust life skills. Uncover techniques on positive parenting, and conscious communication to strengthen your relationships, and ...
 
Celebrate teachers and a joy of reading with The Book Love Foundation Podcast. Hosts Penny Kittle and Julia Torres and their guests help teachers develop a love of reading in their students. It is a show filled with information, inspiration, and book love. The show focuses on the value of reading in a student s life when that child has access to books and skilled teachers who are committed to rich and rewarding reading lives for their students. The show helps teachers learn to foster a love ...
 
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This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes journalist Jamila Robinson, the Assistant Managing Editor for food at the Philadelphia Inquirer. They discuss what we can expect from restaurants and the food world in 2022 and her picks for the best food-related content, including podcasts, newsletters and cookbooks. As always, Jamil…
 
Trish rounds out the year with a fun and interesting interview with David Page - former Executive Producer and creator of hit TV show "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives." As a former network news producer, the two talk about the news industry - the good, the bad, and the ugly and what sparked his desire to start a new book. "Food Americana" was publishe…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Jim Grosso, the Executive Director of Spoons Across America, a long-time grantee of the Foundation. They discuss why teaching kids to cook makes a lifelong difference, how the pandemic has affected children’s nutrition and cooking education and Spoons’ expansion to reach kids across t…
 
A blast from the past as these two Aiken, South Carolina kids catch up in a big way. Trish met Suzanne Cupps in middle school and the two became fast friends. After college, Suzanne struggled a bit to figure out the "what's next" and ended up moving to New York City where she eventually enrolled in cooking school, although she'll tell you (and her …
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Laura Reiley, the business of food reporter for The Washington Post. They discuss the rising cost of food, supply chains, labor shortages and inflation, as well as what consumers can do to cope with higher prices and food world predictions for 2022. As always, Laura shares her Julia M…
 
Cheers! Super funny Sam Block on the podcast, chatting with Trish about growing up with a bunch of boys, getting into cooking, working on a cruise line, and why she started a TikTok channel. The two share a cocktail for the interview, share their dreams for the world (not really), and talk about food. And writing a cookbook. And being single.…
 
According to Harvard’s longest study of adult life, relationships play the most important role in making human beings happy. Social connections not only enhance mental and emotional well-being, but they also affect our physical wellness. This fact is noticeably true even early in childhood. However, certain difficulties may affect a child’s ability…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes chef, award-winning cookbook author and vegetable guru Deborah Madison. They discuss how she became a pioneer in vegetable-forward cooking; her memoir, An Onion in My Pocket; and what role meat-eating should have in our diets. As always, Deborah shares her Julia Moment. Photo Courtesy…
 
Recipe developer, cookbook author, chef, and all around cool chick Julie Tanous chats with Trish about all things food. Julie talks about her recent cookbook she wrote with friend, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and the success it's seen in the last few months. Then, it was on to Thanksgiving Day talk. Julie is digging into her cookbook for the dishes she'l…
 
Even if we wish they were, our children will never be immune from the setbacks and failures inherent in life. These setbacks could be experienced by our children very early on, whether they be in the form of friendship dramas, academic pressure, or internal self-doubt. Getting back up after a setback is what we call resilience. Resilience is theref…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes legendary food writer Claudia Roden. They discuss her new book, Claudia Roden’s Mediterranean, why Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food is so popular, and the intersection of travel and cooking. As always, Roden shares her Julia Moment. Photo Courtesy of Jamie Lau Waitrose & Partners…
 
Trish chats with Todd Schulkin - the Executive Director of The Julia Child Foundation about his journey to the role and so much more! He talked about his New Yorker parents, his (and their) connection to food, his time as a talent agent, and the first time he met Julia Child. Todd hosts the foundation's podcast, "Inside Julia's Kitchen," and asks e…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Betsy West and Julia Cohen, the filmmakers behind Julia: The Delicious Life of America’s First Food Icon, the first full-length documentary devoted to Julia’s life and work. They discuss whether Julia was a feminist, how she compares to their other documentary subject, RBG, and what f…
 
Attention is a very basic skill for human beings, so basic that we don’t usually talk about it. But for some, attention is not a skill that comes easily and this problem can emanate early in childhood. This is where Occupational Therapists like Jacky Peile enter. They help children with attention difficulties live a better life. In this first episo…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes the 2021 Julia Child Award recipient Toni Tipton-Martin. The award-winning food journalist, historian, author and soon-to-be PBS host discusses what the Award means to her, recognizing African American culinary contributions and how she will use the $50,000 grant that accompanies the …
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Yotam Ottolenghi. Todd and Yotam discuss the London-based chef’s latest cookbook, co-authored with Noor Murad, Shelf Love: Recipes to Unlock the Secrets of Your Pantry, Fridge and Freezer, and a typical day in the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen. Plus, Ottolenghi reveals details of the test k…
 
Trish launches the first episode of "Hungry for More," with chef and cooking show host, Sara Moulton. The two talk about the first time they chatted (Episode 121) and Sara's role in this brand new podcast. Sara just wrapped up the 10th season of "Sara's Weeknight Meals." She talks about the challenges she and the crew faced in the last few months g…
 
In this week’s episode of the Chatabout Children™ Podcast we sit down with dietitian Monica Kubizniak, where we will talk about food fuel for effective learning. Monica completed her Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2000. Since graduating, she’s worked in community health centers, hospitals, and private practice both here in Australia …
 
Welcome to “Hungry for More : An Epicurean's Dilemma."I'm a former, long time TV news anchor, with nearly 20 years in the business. I recently left the news world for new adventures and this is one of them. "Hungry for More" will explore the culinary and wine worlds and the people in them. We'll discover, together, their stories and their journey i…
 
This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes legendary chef, restaurateur and cookbook author Lidia Bastianich. Todd and Lidia discuss her passion for sharing Italian food in America and her new cookbook, Lidia's A Pot, A Pan and A Bowl: Simple Recipes for Perfect Meals. As always, Lidia shares her Julia Moment. Photo Courtesy …
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes chef, restaurateur and cookbook author Sheldon Simeon. Todd and Sheldon discuss the difference between Hawai’ian food and Hawai’i food, his new cookbook Cook Real Hawai’i and what we need to know about dishes like poke and saimin. As always, Sheldon shares his Julia Moment. Photo Cour…
 
In this episode of Chatabout Children™ Podcast, we look at the foundations of learning to read and spell with a real focus on pre-schoolers. This is part 2 of this comprehensive topic and a guide can be found in Sonia’s e-book - 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell. In part 1 we talked about practical strategies, speech and lan…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes journalist Karen Stabiner, the west coast editor of The Counter, an award-winning nonprofit newsroom, and chef and cooking teacher Sandy D’Amato of Good Stock Farm in Hatfield, Massachusetts. They discuss what restaurants mean to our communities and how communities have been supportin…
 
In this episode of Chatabout Children™ Podcast, we look at the foundations of learning to read and spell with a real focus on preschoolers – children who are from 3 to 5 years of age. This is part 1 of this comprehensive topic and a guide can be found in Sonia’s e-book - 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell Speech and Language …
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes chef and restaurateur Nina Compton. Todd and Nina discuss restaurant recovery in New Orleans, both from the Covid-19 pandemic and Hurricane Ida, as well as cooking Caribbean-inspired food in Creole country, and how to foster diversity in professional kitchens. Plus, as always, Nina sh…
 
Is money an openly talked about topic in your family? Most of the time, our frustration comes when children want us to buy them what they want even though they don’t need it. As parents, we often consider our finances before any buying decision. But do we include our kids in the conversation? If you’re someone who struggles with saying ‘no’ to your…
 
Raising a child has never been easy. Raising a strong confident child, during a pandemic, is even harder. To learn how this is possible, I sit down with Dr. Louise Metcalf to discuss ways to look after our children’s wellbeing. We specifically talk about how we can teach our children to be more resilient and adaptable, so they can enjoy life as kid…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, we’re celebrating what would have been Julia’s 109th birthday with an entire episode devoted to the #JuliaMoment, when we ask our guests to share their favorite Julia memory, moment or how she has inspired them in their career. Host Todd Schulkin shares Julia moments both personal and professional from guests Gr…
 
Trish chats it up with the owner and Executive Chef of Mother's Bistro Bar in Portland, Oregon. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Lisa Schroeder talks about growing up in a Jewish family and that cooking is simply in her blood. Before she was born, her mother owned a small, but wildly successful restaurant and Lisa would tend to adopt neighborhood J…
 
In our previous chat with Julia Pappas, we talked about what emotions are, what emotional development is, and how we regulate emotions. We’ve learned that our ability to acknowledge, express, and regulate emotion is a very crucial life skill and fortunately, as parents, we can teach this skill to our children. In this episode, we’re diving a bit de…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes chef Melissa King, a Top Chef Champion and fan favorite. Todd and Melissa discuss forging your own path in an ever-changing food landscape and being a modern TV chef. Plus, Melissa shares her Julia Moment. Image courtesy of Melissa King. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported …
 
Raising children is not only a fulfilling and rewarding experience in itself but also one that is quite challenging – especially when we see our kids having temper tantrums, mood swings, and getting upset over the smallest things. Sometimes, these situations can leave us feeling frustrated, guilty, and shameful when we don’t handle them well. We wi…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes San Francisco chef and restaurateur Nancy Oakes. They discuss how chefs can foster positive kitchen culture, tipping versus no tipping and the value of hospitality. Plus, Nancy shares her Julia Moment. Here's the link to the upcoming JULIA documentary trailer: JULIA documentary traile…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes chef and sommelier duo Austin Johnson and Dustin Wilson of One White Street, a new farm-to-table restaurant in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. They talk about how they joined forces and the restaurant’s dedicated farm in the Hudson River Valley. Plus, we’ll get a double Julia Mo…
 
Trish chats it up Kerry Diamond, founder of Cherry Bombe, a media company that celebrates women in and around the world of food. She's also the host of Radio Cherry Bombe, the #1 podcast about women and food in the U.S. Fascinating conversations about how Kerry got her start in journalism (she tells stories about walking around neighborhoods, knock…
 
In today's episode, we chat with Dr. Bo Stjerne Thomsen, the Vice President and Chair of Learning Through Play at the LEGO Foundation in Denmark. He spent 9 years building the research agenda and organizational expertise on children's development, play, and learning to enable the LEGO Foundation to be the leading authority on Learning Through Play.…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to acclaimed pitmaster and restaurateur Rodney Scott about whole hog barbecue and his new book, Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ. Plus, Rodney shares his Julia Moment. Photo Courtesy of Angie Mosier Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Inside Julia…
 
Trish interviews former news producer and author David Page about his life in news and creating the hit show, "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives," on the Food Network. He recently wrote the book, "Food Americana," which is all about the cuisine of America and how it came about. David tells stories from his former news days, the moment he got burned out,…
 
Joining us today on the children’s author spotlight, we speak with Dave Pow Tabain. Dave is a three-time World Kettle Bell Champion, motivational speaker and creator of the 30 Day Challenge which inspires thousands of people around the world to achieve their best and face their challenge. He is also the author of the ‘POWman’ books which aim to tea…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes baker and author Zoë François. They discuss her cookbook, Zoë Bakes Cakes, all things meringue, and what to bake this July 4th holiday. As always, Zoë shares her Julia Moment. Image courtesy of Zoë François. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Sup…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes CheFarmer Matthew Raiford of Gilliard Farms in Brunswick, Georgia. They discuss Matthew returning to his roots on his family farm and his new Gullah Geechee cookbook, Bress ‘n’ Nyam. Plus, Matthew shares his Julia Moment. Image courtesy of Siobhán Egan & Bevin Valentine Jalbert. Heri…
 
ADHD is a huge topic area for discussion; with so many questions attached! So what exactly is it? What is it not? Why is it so often missed? Misunderstood? And what approach works to best help our children with an ADHD diagnosis? I was keen to explore this further, and did so with the exceptional Simon Da Roza; who has over 33 years teaching experi…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to sommelier Cha McCoy about how she strives to make the wine world more inclusive and what we should drink this summer. Plus, Cha shares her Julia Moment. Image courtesy of Cha McCoy. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Inside Julia's Kitche…
 
Trish talks to author Kirsten Shockey, who has written several books including "Homebrewed Vinegar," and "Big Book of Cider Making." She talks about brewing vinegar and how easy it is to do it in your own home. She says it all started with the old apple trees on her property and how she wanted to preserve them. She breaks down the many different wa…
 
What a treat to have the amazing award-winning Author, Josh Langley join me for a chat! Josh is an inspirational mental health advocate; whose book series, latest course for kids, and latest book "Wildly Kind" is changing the lives of children around the world. This is an important chat to tune in to, as I know for parents/ carers and professionals…
 
This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to Washington Post food writer Daniela Galarza about what we’ve been cooking during the pandemic and what we’ll be eating post-pandemic. And, as always, Daniela shares her Julia Moment. Subscribe to Daniela’s Washington Post newsletter, Eat Voraciously Image courtesy of Daniela Galarza H…
 
Trish chats with recipe developer and cookbook author Julie Tanous about her cookbook, "Food Between Friends," she wrote with actor and fellow food lover, Jesse Tyler Ferguson. She talks about growing up in the south, going to culinary school, and moving to Los Angeles with her husband. Tanous says she was pregnant in the city, didn't know anyone, …
 
What can we learn from Danish parents? After all, Denmark has been voted the happiest country on the planet for 40 consecutive years?! I share a fascinating chat with Jessica Joelle Alexander, the Bestselling Author, Journalist, Danish Parenting Expert and Cultural Researcher. Her book “The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the W…
 
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