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Longer Tables with José Andrés explores all the ways that food shapes our world and makes us who we are. In each episode, José talks to friends from the worlds of culinary and creative arts, politics, and media: Stacey Abrams, Ron Howard, Jane Goodall, Eric Ripert, and more. He also takes listeners into his home kitchen and answers their burning culinary questions. www.joseandres.substack.com Sales and Distribution by Lemonada Media https://lemonadamedia.com/
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The acclaimed author of The Omnivore's Dilemma, The Botany of Desire and other classics discusses his own culinary history, the Biden Administration's record on food, and "Food, Inc. 2" -- a sequel to the Oscar-nominated documentary. He also tells the unforgettable tale of a pig named Kosher. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Adopted at four months, Kristen moved from Korea to a new life in Michigan -- one that increasingly found meaning and purpose with food and community. Chatting live at the Cayman Cookout, she and José discuss how she found her identity...and the life-changing moment she learned she'd be taking Padma Lakshmi's place on "Top Chef." See omnystudio.com…
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Everyone's favorite chemistry teacher discusses life before and after Walter White, from his budding law enforcement career to life in Hollywood -- and in mezcal. If you love Bryan Cranston as much a we do, you can also see him on José's new Prime Video special, Dinner Party Diaries with José Andrés, where mezcal is enjoyed. See omnystudio.com/list…
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From inventing pasta shapes to assessing ideal sandwich shapes, the beloved "Sporkful" host has created a taxonomy of bites all his own. Executive producer Jane Black grills Pashman on the singular food universe he inhabits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Από τον José Andrés
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True, the celebrated filmmaker's seventh feature is a gorgeous and smoldering 19th century French romantic drama. But the film doubles as one of the most intimate, sensuous studies of a kitchen to be captured on celluloid. Hùng, who won best director at Cannes, pulls back the curtain this week with executive producer Jane Black. See omnystudio.com/…
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Nobody cooks like Kwame. Then again, nobody's story is like his, either. The man behind Tatiana -- and author of the stunning memoir Notes from a Young Black Chef -- opens up to José about his unlikely path to success. Recorded live at the Cayman Cookout. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Introducing Pressure Cooker, a James Beard award-winning podcast about parenthood, feeding kids and how it all became so complicated from José Andrés Media. Hosted by veteran journalists Jane Black (also Longer Tables executive producer!) and Liz Dunn, Pressure Cooker explores the thorniest topics related to how we feed our kids: How picky eating b…
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Live in Las Vegas, Spain's legendary rally racer talks with José about life on the road, life off the road and how to turn a medical helicopter around when you've merely suffered a spinal fracture in the middle of Saudi Arabia. José, in turn, applies for a job. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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What began as a warmup question became a portal into our lives. The acclaimed journalist reveals what an old interview prompt of hers has taught her about the kitchens of our childhoods -- and then discusses "The Race Card Project," her long-running and often jaw-dropping exploration of our private racial narratives. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
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It takes a lonnnnng table to seat the likes of Anderson Cooper, Jane Goodall, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Padma Lakshmi, Susan Rice, Antony Blinken, Sen. Cory Booker and Eva Longoria. We're grateful to have laughed and cried with so many brilliant and fascinating people, and we invite you enjoy some highlights from the year. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
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The North Carolina restaurateur may not be Spanish, but according to José, she's one of the most inspiring chefs cooking Spanish food in America today. As Katie explains, this was not the original plan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Από τον José Andrés
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In celebration of their new graphic novel about World Central Kitchen, José and co-author Steve Orlando discuss comics, disasters and everything in between, alongside legendary Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Before a live audience, José doesn't waste his shot, asking the legendary playwright/songwriter/actor/filmmaker for the backstory behind beloved lines, his culinary secrets -- even an on-the-fly songwriting seminar. Sorry, you're gonna have "Hamilton" lines in your head for another month. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com…
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Yep, it's that time of year again: Thanksgiving. And who better to give advice than the doyenne of the American table, Martha Stewart. That's why we're bringing back one of our favorite episodes: José and Martha's 2022 conversation about wine, CBD gummies, and, of course, turkey. Plus, José whips up a surprising vegetarian dish for your holiday buf…
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The award-winning science and food writer takes us behind the scenes of his wild reporting on truffles -- both kinds. You might not think you care about these foods. Prepare to be corrected. Plus: A caller wonders which expensive ingredients are worth the money and which aren't. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener …
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The former National Security Advisor opens up about the family dinners that shaped her, her mother’s surprising legacy and the mixed experience of growing up under affirmative action. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Από τον José Andrés
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They told him a restaurant about rice in Harlem was crazy. The award-winning chef proved them wrong — and began to discover some deeper truths along the way. Plus: José chops it up on the topic of onion intolerance. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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José's TV show, José Andrés and Family in Spain, airs for the next six week on CNN. So go behind the scenes with Longer Tables most important guests ever: José's daughters, Carlota, Inés and Lucía. On this episode, the girls dish on what it's like to grow up with a famous chef as a dad and what it was like to travel through Spain and film their new…
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What’s it like to eat in space? How does space change a person? Why go to space in the first place? This week astronauts Michael López-Alegría and Peggy Whitson take the show where no podcast has gone before. Plus José receives his first-ever low-Earth-orbit food review, and chews the (chicken) fat with a caller. Sales and distribution by Lemonada …
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From new in the nation to “Taste the Nation,” the no-nonsense author, host and activist has learned a bit about herself while teaching the rest of us about food. Plus: The secret to incredible romesco sauce. Recipe: Asparagus with Romesco Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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José recounts the wild epiphany behind his legendary margarita upgrade, and cocktail innovator Miguel Lancha explains how to make it. Plus: José answers questions from listeners. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Από τον José Andrés
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Today we re-air our very first episode, featuring the legendary Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin in New York. Eric's one of the world’s great chefs — but he was supposed to have a career as a server, not a cook. He and José swap hilarious stories of kitchen missteps from over the years, and talk about the future of restaurant food. Plus, a live cooking …
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José talks with the James Beard-winning cook and writer about cooking more creatively and economically. Her new book, An Everlasting Meal Cookbook, is an encyclopedia of leftovers, from banana peels to Dorito dust. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The Today co-anchor talks about the morning show lifestyle, growing up the daughter of Egyptian immigrants and how to disagree more productively. Plus: A caller asks for tips on feeding last-minute dinner guests. Sales and distribution by Lemonada Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In the latest edition of One Good Thing, Jose sings the praises of baby vegetables—and tells listeners where they can find the best of them. José also reminisces about the early days of his first restaurant, Jaleo, and answers a meaty listener question. Hints from José: José’s favorite source for baby vegetables is Chef’s Garden, run by the charism…
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The first time Yo-Yo Ma met José, he played a private concert for him on a loading dock outside a conference center in Washington, D.C. How things have NOT changed. On this episode, José probes Yo-Yo about his early life in Paris, how he gives back through music, and enjoys a second spontaneous private concert from the world's greatest cellist. See…
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Senator Cory Booker is Washington's most famous vegan. And the reason he's a vegan? Because he has spent a lot of time trying to untangle the complexities and problems in America's food system. On this week's episode, he shares his big ideas, how to get them done--and drops hints about his own political future. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
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In the first-ever live taping of Longer Tables, acclaimed journalist Anderson Cooper joins José to discuss love, loss and his deep ambivalence about food. (And goes to his happy place when José mentions sports.) This podcast was recorded at Spanish Diner, inside José's New York food hall, Mercado Little Spain on April 11, 2023. See omnystudio.com/l…
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After establishing how much the two men have in common, the former Terminator and governor discusses his goulash days of yore, how his diet (and thinking) have evolved, and where we need to be headed as a nation. Hint: It involves tables. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Από τον José Andrés
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Eva Longoria is anything but your typical Hollywood star. For one, she LOVES to eat. In this episode, she tells José about growing up on a Texas ranch, eating her way through Mexico for a new TV show and her advocacy for farmworkers who "have always been essential workers." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Jen Psaki, President Biden's first press secretary, is known for keeping her cool under fire. But apparently those White House reporters never bothered to ask her about her cooking! Listen in as Jen confesses (and José soothes) her kitchen insecurities and talks about what it's really like to work in the White House. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
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Dominique Crenn, chef-owner of San Franciscos's Atelier Crenn, was the first woman in America to win three Michelin stars--and no wonder, when its menu includes elegant, ethereal dishes like razor clams with carrot foam and velvety black squid ink. But on today's episode, José and Dominique talk about more personal subjects, including Dominique's s…
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José is back with a new recommendation for One Good Thing--the segement in which he chooses foods, ideas, books that you need more of in your life. This week: sardines! Also: José gets in touch with his inner vegan to share recipes where you won't miss the meat. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins José to talk about his childhood--wait till you hear about his most memorable meal as a child in Paris!--and to discuss the U.S. efforts to end the war in Ukraine, the vital role food plays in many international conflicts, and how we can strengthen global food security. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
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In this episode, José talks to Andrew Zimmern, the host of the popular TV show Bizarre Foods. But the story of how Andrew became the Andrew Zimmern we all know is equally remarkable. He conquered drug addiction and become a tireless advocate for those still struggling with drug and alcohol. He’s also one of our country’s great thinkers about food a…
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José introduces a new segment on the show today: One Good Thing. In it, he gives his personal recommendation for foods, ideas, books that you need more of in your life. This week: pitaya! (And if you don't know what that is: listen!) Also: José talks with remarkable candor to a listener about managing his weight and eating healthily, despite the pe…
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Being a parent is the hardest (and the very best) job in the world. Listen in as José's daughters mercilessly tease--and love on--their famous dad as they recount stories of filming with him in Spain. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Longer Tables hosts its most important guests ever this week: José's daughters, Carlota, Inés and Lucía. On this show (and a part 2, coming soon) the girls dish on what it's like to grow up with a famous chef as a dad and what it was like to travel through Spain and film their new show, José Andrés and Family in Spain. Get full access to Longer Tab…
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Anyone who knows José knows he's obsessed with food history. So who better to dig into the roots of American and Spanish cuisine than culinary historian Michael Twitty, a leading scholar of African American foodways and a pioneering thinker on race and identity? Listen in to know more about the roots of "American" cornbread, jollof rice, and more. …
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Jane Goodall changed the way we see the natural world. But did you know that she also discovered that chimps, like humans, have a food culture, passed down from generation to generation? Jane talks chimps, plus food's role in memory and conservation--and delivers a special chimpanzee greeting from the animal kingdom. Plus, José cooks and answers li…
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Liev Schreiber shares his experiences cooking in Poland with World Central Kitchen along with memories of growing up on the Lower East Side of New York in the 1970s. Plus, José cooks one of his favorite vegetable dishes, Catalan spinach, and answers a listener's question. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/…
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On this episode, José talks to chef Marcus Samuelsson about his journey from Ethiopia to Sweden to the finest kitchens of Europe and New York and how the pandemic gave him new purpose. Plus José makes surprisingly easy appetizers with velvety smoked salmon. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe See o…
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In this episode, José talks to Ron Howard the Emmy nominated documentary "We Feed People" and about how food saved his movie career. (Hint: the secret recipe was a rack of lamb.) Plus he makes his favorite tapa and answers your questions. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe See omnystudio.com/liste…
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In this episode José and Stacey talk about how to bolster democracy, be persuasive in a polarized world--and Stacey's amazing cheesecake. José also teaches listeners to make a great fried egg and answers listeners' questions. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
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Longer Tables with José Andrés explores all the ways that food shapes our world and makes us who we are. In each episode, José talks to friends from the worlds of culinary and creative arts, politics, and media: Stacey Abrams, Ron Howard, Yo-Yo Ma, Eric Ripert, and Liev Schreiber, and more. He also takes listeners into his home kitchen to learn his…
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