49: What Is Rennet? Why Do We Need It? And Where Does It Come From?
Rennet, the great separator of curds from whey, is often misunderstood. Claire dives in to share the different types available and what makes them different. It’s a walk through 10,000 years of history in just 22 minutes.
57: Phillip Esteban | Creating & Cultivating Community in the San Diego Food Scene | Consortium Holdings
Join in as host Kat Humphus interviews Chef Phillip Esteban- the Research and Development Chef of Consortium Holdings, one of San Diego’s most innovative restaurant groups. Kat and Phil talk about the importance of creating and cultivating community within the restaurants, and also our own San Diego Food Scene. What is “San Diego” regional food? How can consumers best support the SD Food Scene? What is the best way for young cooks to get ahead in the kitchen? Tune in to find out!
Plated Earth Food Fables are original short historical fiction stories about produce and its ability to connect people, culture, and history. This Food Fable is a retelling of a Vietnamese folk tale that takes place in ancient Vietnam during the time of the Hung Kings, and explains how watermelons came to be a common crop in the country thanks to a young Prince who was exiled to a desolate island by the King.
56: Brian Malarkey | One Long Strange Trip | Herb & Wood and Beyond
Join host Kat Humphus as she interviews Chef Brian Malarkey – one of San Diego’s favorite celebrity chefs! Brian has been a san diego staple for the past 13 years, and has opened over 15 wildly successful restaurants. Tune in to learn about Chef Brian Malarkey’s past, present and future here in San Diego. Chef Brian also shares about his secret to keeping a balanced life, his unique approach to having many different business models, and the importance of curating a trustworthy and talented team.
Todd Anderson, Brandy Espi and Cody Blake make up a group of influencers called "Spoiled Vegans". They created the group to show others that not all vegans are the same! Don't get them wrong, the name "spoiled" isn't coming from a pretentious, "better than others" attitude, it comes from the humility they've achieved realizing how spoiled they are to be in San Diego and have so many great vegan resources!
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