Suzanne Cupps is the Executive Chef of Danny Meyer’s ‘Untitled’ and she’s in the studio to talk pimento cheese, being from South Carolina and the perspective that a mentor can lend. Lindsay tells us about a new app that helps you un-complicate your recipes. It’s hard to describe.
Nick Curtola is the Chef at The Four Horsemen, (a restaurant brought to you by LCD Soundsystem-ish) and he has virtually cracked the code on the staffing crisis. The effortlessly approachable menu, charming space and super-natural wine list make it one of our most adored spots in all of Brooklyn. He joins us in the NoMad studio to talk creating restaurant culture, kids pasta and Lindsay tells us about a brand new restaurant that makes you feel like a baby again.
Our very first show from the New York City series is here. The Chef de Cuisine of Thomas Keller’s Per Se, Corey Chow joins us in the 10th floor studio at The NoMad hotel. We talk restaurant evolution, Rice-A-Roni, and we learn about a new device to keep your Mom honest.
The amazing Scott Blackwell of High Wire Distilling Co. joins Lindsay, Nikki and Phil in the studio to explain exactly how he ended up with 600ish pieces of rare Southern folk-art. He also just happened to be hanging out in Athens, Georgia in the early 80’s with a tape recorder and possesses a music nerds’ buried treasure chest of bootlegs from bands like R.E.M. Pylon, and the B-52s. Get your geek on. (part 2 airs next week.)
In 2010 Lindsay went to Rene Redzepi’s restaurant Noma in Copenhagen and took a tiny little handheld camera. She made this 18 minute short and while it feels more like a school project than an actual film, the footage is pretty rad.
Jenny Rosenstrach is the creator of Dinner: A Love Story the award-winning website, New York Times Bestselling author of Dinner: A Love Story, Dinner: The Playbook, and How to Celebrate Everything. She and her husband, Andy Ward co-wrote the Providers column for Bon Appetit and she joins Nikki and Lindsay in the studio to talk Barbie cakes, required restaurant reading. They discover a new app that gives you no say whatsoever in what you eat for dinner. It’s bossy.