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Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast. Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul. Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more. Subscribe now.
 
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Corey Ladouceur, the General Manager at Essex Golf and Country Club is my guest on the latest episode. We discuss sneaking bottles of Savennières on golf course wine lists, what bottled got him hooked and the differences between running a wine program for a high end restaurant versus a golf country club.…
 
On the latest Pod Matt is joined by Joshua Corea, one of the owners of Archive Wine Bar. This is an in depth look at what it means to run a 40+ by the glass wine bar and what the last year has meant for the hospitality industry.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
Like many of us, Nigella Lawson has spent the last 13 months hunkered at home, in an endless cycle of cooking, eating, washing up (reluctantly), and doing it all again just hours later. Unlike the rest of us, she's adapted her practices into a glorious cookbook—called Cook, Eat, Repeat—that celebrates and elevates this cycle into something contempl…
 
We're living in a golden age of Preeti Mistry and the world is so much more delicious for it. The Juhu Beach Club chef, cookbook author, speaker, and podcaster (among other things) can currently be seen teaching kids and puppets alike about the marvelous universe of herbs and spices on the Netflix show Waffles and Mochi; heard on their new podcast …
 
My interview with one of the true pioneers of California wine, Bonny Doon Vineyard founder and winemaker Randall Grahm. This interview is packed!!! More important: The expression of the terroir vs. the grape? Eating a Filet-O-Fish with Jancis Robinson Failed Pinot Noir Not getting the “Oprah Bounce” Posing as a Rhone Ranger for Wine Spectator Throw…
 
When chef Sam Fore sees something she can fix, she jumps in to help. As the restaurant industry was devastated by COVID-19, she joined The LEE Initiative to help make sure that workers were being fed—and help create a system where the whole community could benefit in the long term. That's just who she is as a person, but it wasn't until recently th…
 
On the latest Podcast Sommelier and wine educator Krystina Roman joins me for her second interview. We look at the state of the restaurant/hospitality industry one year into COVID, why we hate the word “pivot” but can’t help using it and why you should not ask your server to take off their mask.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
When it comes to calling out cruddy behavior, chef Sam Fore has never been afraid to speak her mind. Growing up as a first-generation Sri Lankan American in North Carolina, she had a supportive community (and a mom who always warned her about how her mouth would get her in trouble—not that she listened) but outside of it, she began to question why …
 
You want an interesting journey into wine, consider Drew Bledsoe! He went from Pro Bowl quarterback to making killer Cabernet and Syrah in Walla Walla. We discuss him finding his second act in life after football, making wine in Washington and what the 1961 Giacomo Conterno tastes like.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
Pinky Cole has always known that she would lead an extraordinary life. As a girl growing up in East Baltimore, she wasn't sure what form that would take, but when her friends were outside playing, she was setting goals for herself, like "earn my first million by age 30." Which she did. Next goal—a billion by 40. She's got time. The restaurateur and…
 
When city planner and architect Adrian Lipscombe visited a cafe in La Crosse, Wisconsin for a business meeting, little did she know she'd end up moving her family up all the way from Austin, Texas, running the cafe herself, and revitalizing a whole section of the city. And if running a restaurant during a pandemic isn't a full-time-plus job, Lipsco…
 
Is 2020 the greatest vintage in Niagara in over 25 years? Wine writer and Wine Journalist of the Year award winner Rick VanSickle believes it may be the vintage of the century. The publisher of winesinniagara.com is my guest on the latest podcast.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
The day Matt Jennings woke up on his bathroom floor, he knew something had to change, or else he'd die. Five years later, the chef and cookbook author is sober, happy, healthy, and on a mission to help other people in the industry find their way forward—even if it looks nothing like they'd imagined. Jennings joined Communal Table to talk about the …
 
The day after Vinny Eng was named as one of Food & Wine's 2019 Somms of the Year, he said his thank yous for the accolade, then promptly announced that he was stepping away from the industry for a while to work on a political campaign. For those who know Vinny, this wasn't a surprise, because the industry veteran has always made it his business to …
 
Comedian Matt O’Brien joins Matt to talk about his video wine series, $3.99 wine, reactions from wineries and whether or not he finishes the truly terrible bottles of wine he reviews.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
Little did she know at the time she was writing it, but Anita Lo's Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One became, for many, the ideal guide for this time in history. The 2001 Food & Wine Best New Chef and much-lauded chef, author, and TV personality joined Communal Table from her home on Long Island to talk about the ever-changing role of chefs…
 
When Claudette Zepeda was at her most stressed-out, as she puts it, "my neck went away." Her shoulders were in a permanent state of hunch and she'd been advised at a new job to bring her "knives and anti-anxiety medication." But she learned along the way to advocate for herself, for people who'd always been marginalized in the world of food, and fo…
 
The wine podcast goes digital with Jennifer Tkachuk-Tremblay, Founder and CEO of Somm, an app that helps consumers pick the right wine for the right occasion.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
It's hard to open a restaurant. It's indescribably stressful to have to open your restaurant four separate times, for reasons (earthquake, local government corruption, pandemic) out of your control. But Norma Listman and Saqib Keval believe in the vision of Masala Y Maiz, their Mexico City restaurant and co-op, so fiercely that they keep on working…
 
January is a particularly cruel month. The days are short, the holidays past, and hey—we're still living in a freaking pandemic. But we've all got to find joy where we can, and this comes in the form of the recipes and stories we're running this month, celebrating the particular pleasure of sopping up stews and soups with bread, making perfect flan…
 
You know when the term “award winning” is thrown around & it’s totally bogus? Well not this time! I have 2-Time Canada’s Best Sommelier award winner & the first woman to make the podium at the World’s Best Sommelier competition, coming in 2nd place in 2013. Véronique Rivest is my latest guest!!!Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
Restaurateurs live their lives by the numbers, and when Carl Sobocinski saw COVID-19 case rates racking up in Greenville, SC, he knew he had to take action. Even though it wasn't mandated by local or state law, he voluntarily closed down all but one of his restaurants for a period after the holidays in an effort to keep his team and his diners safe…
 
A year ago, Kiki Aranita was in Hong Kong for a cousin's wedding when she heard the first rumblings about a virus that was highly contagious and beginning to spread. There's no way she could have known that just months later, she'd have to shut down her much-loved Philadelphia restaurant Poi Dog because of its impact. It was an agonizing decision, …
 
No one on earth needs to be told that this is a holiday season unlike any other because we're all living it. If you're a listener of this podcast you are painfully aware of the kind of year it's been, and that no one quite knows the way forward. In this year, more than any other, joy, rituals, and traditions matter—especially if we can't be togethe…
 
On my latest wine pod I’m joined by the owner of America’s oldest wine club, Paul Kalemkiarian. Paul goes through 75 wines every Tuesday & has tasted over 100,000 wines during his career.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
In 1999, Food & Wine named Rocco DiSpirito as one of its Best New Chefs—a vote of confidence in the future of a brilliant young cook who earned the esteem of his peers as well as a rabid fanbase of diners captivated by the handsome fella who quickly became a staple of the gossip pages. Just a few years later at the height of his fame, DiSpirito wal…
 
Bryan Washington's extraordinary new novel 'Memorial' shares the story of two men in love and at a crossroads in their four-year relationship, when some family dynamics shift and they have to reevaluate who they are in the world, and to one another. There's also a ton of great food on every other page. Washington joined Communal Table on a call fro…
 
On the latest Podcast Matt is joined by Frank Ihrig, the chef/owner of Hessenland County Inn. His winery, Schatz, near the shores of Lake Huron, is home to some of Ontario’s most vibrant cool climate grape varieties. This interview is a fascinating look into wine making in one of Ontario’s newest wine regions.…
 
On the latest Podcast Michael Bracegirdle returns for his second interview. Last time we spoke he was the GM for L’Unita, an upscale restaurant in Yorkville. Now he’s running one of the best BBQ joints in Toronto, Cherry Street Bar-B-Que. We discuss his transition and what it’s like trying to run a restaurant in Toronto in this time of COVID-19. Al…
 
The holidays this year will look a lot different. With COVID-19 still raging across the country, celebrations will be smaller, sometimes huddled around a Zoom screen or FaceTime, but there are still things to celebrate. In a special episode of Communal Table, Food & Wine's Senior Food Editor Mary-Frances Heck, Food Editor Josh Miller, Associate Foo…
 
On the 'Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People Podcast' I'm joined by Charlotte Big Canoe from The Full Plate. (thefullplate.ca) They're a non-profit organization who provides essential services for people in the service industry. We discuss a different way of looking at wine by examining the relationship between the land and the indigenou…
 
It took leaving home for Vivian Howard to appreciate where she'd come from. The chef, restaurateur, TV star, and author of the new cookbook This Will Make It Taste Good is the daughter of an Eastern North Carolina tobacco farmer, and everything she saw on TV told her that she shouldn't be especially proud of that, that southernness was somehow the …
 
In what feels like a different lifetime, The Final Table star and vaunted chef Timothy Hollingsworth sat down in the Food & Wine studio to talk about his path from dishwasher to chef de cuisine at The French Laundry to striking out on his own as a restaurateur (Otium LA, CJ Boyd's, and Freeplay LA)—as well as using food to connect with a parent who…
 
I may have a new candidate for guest with the busiest schedule. When Theodora Lee (aka Theo-patra, Queen of the Vineyards) is not working as a trial lawyer she is making wine for her winery, Theopolis Vineyards located in Anderson Valley. Theo is my guest as chat about her unique journey into wine, Robert Parker and all things Petite Sirah.…
 
Before COVID-19 brought life as we know it to a halt and people started hunkering down at home, stirring up comforting stews, Joe Yonan stopped by Food & Wine headquarters to talk about his gorgeous—and prescient—new cookbook, Cool Beans. The Washington Post food editor opened up about his decision to eliminate meat from his diet, how he decides wh…
 
On the latest podcast I interview wine writer, educator and the founder of Black Wine Professionals Julia Coney. This is a wide ranging interview from Champagne pairings, helping wine professionals of colour gain the access they deserve, her wine epiphany moments and the crazy growth of her site Black Wine Professionals.…
 
On the latest episode Matt is joined by former NHLer (LA Kings) and now the owner of Patine Cellars Jim Fox. Between broadcasting Kings games Jim makes some killer single vineyards Pinot Noir. Jim’s passion for wine is so wildly apparent and his journey into pro hockey player to winery owner is such a cool story.…
 
In July 2019, which seems like a lifetime ago, beverage pros from around the world converged on New Orleans for the annual Tales of the Cocktail conference—an annual event highlighting and celebrating the best of bar culture past, present, and future. Veteran bartenders Dale DeGroff and Julie Reiner have had something to do with every step of that,…
 
Matt is back in Rueda spreading the good word about all things Verdejo. In this episode Matt speaks with three different export managers from three different wineries. Luis Eduardo García (Bodega Emina), Jorge Herreras (Bodega Reina de Castilla) and Loren Gill (Bodegas Shaya) share their stories.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
For years, people had been poking at Kelly Fields to write a cookbook, but she resisted. She'd been perfecting her craft as a pastry chef in some of New Orleans' most lauded restaurants, and expanded her scope into the savory realm at the wildly successful Willa Jean, winning a James Beard Award in the process. But she still doubted herself, wonder…
 
When COVID-19 sent the hospitality industry into a tailspin, Eric Rivera had already charted a course to the next destination. His restaurant, Addo, has always been a venue for innovations both cultural and culinary, so a sudden shutdown of indoor dining was a chance to explore new ways of serving their customers and their community. First items on…
 
He was a Sommelier at The French Laundry, won the Best Young Sommelier in America competition and makes killer wine. My interview with the wildly talented/accomplished winemaker André Hueston Mack is my latest guest on the ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People’ Podcast. Wide range of topics from how the TV show ‘Frasier’ help turn him on…
 
When Erick Williams began working in restaurants, it was a means to an end. The Chicago native believed the best way he could serve his community would be through rehabbing neglected buildings in his neighborhood, and he was just looking for a way to fund that. But over the next two and a half decades, Williams came to realize he had the skills, te…
 
It’s the first returning guest to the Podcast, its Sommelier Heather McDougall from sipstoronto.com. Heather’s outlines a thoughtful/passionate approach to how restaurants can improve the lives of all those who work in the service industry. This is a really smart episode.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
On the latest Wine Pod I interview Ed Madronich, the president of Flat Rock Cellars. Ed is unapologetic about how good Ontario wine is, screw-caps & his desire to stick with Chardonnay, Riesling & Pinot Noir.Door Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
 
When Jenny Dorsey was working in the fashion world at the start of her career she found herself looking at the people above her and realizing it wasn't the life she wanted for herself. Subsequent culinary and business school taught her a lot about what she really valued—and also where she felt welcome and included. Since then, she's used food as a …
 
On the latest Podcast Matt is back in the Côtes du Rhône with winemaker and owner Frédéric Lavau. His family history starting with his great grandfather Rene is fascinating one as are the stories about how drinking wine during cold winters in Ottawa played such a key role in his journey into wine. You’ll learn a bunch about the wines of Southern Rh…
 
It feels like a lifetime ago that restaurant lawyer Jasmine Moy sat for a conversation about what people need to know before they open a restaurant. Public life has changed in almost unfathomable ways since that podcast in May, 2019, with the spread of COVID-19 and the overdue national reckoning on police brutality and systemic racism that was spar…
 
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