In this episode, we address the politics of the word “curry.”
Zahir talks to author and Southern food scholar John T. Edge about his new book, The Potlikker Papers. You’ll also hear from Amanda Yee, a Chinese, Norwegian, and African-American chef who, in her words, pulled a James Baldwin and set out to bring Southern cuisine to Scandinavia.
Soleil sits down and talks to us about what is like to open a restaurant in Puerto Vallarta over an awesome audio diary.
Nick Cho will teach you how to make coffee—we won’t say in the “best way,” but certainly with way more knowledge and control than you’re used to having.
Soleil gets on the phone with food writer and British baking genius Ruby Tandoh to discuss her upcoming mental health zine, the toxicity of wellness culture, and the healing power of food writing.