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5 Questions: Joshua Berman

The Purposeful Traveler A prolific travel writer and expert on Central America, Joshua Berman began his writing career after a stint in the Peace Corps as a volunteer in Nicaragua. He now writes a monthly column for The Denver Post, has published travel articles in the New York Times, Delta SKY, Sunset and National Geographic Traveler, acted as my guide…  Read More

5 Questions: Roger Porter

Eating Words: A Norton Anthology of Food Writing Edited by literary critic Sandra Gilbert and professor and award-winning restaurant critic Roger Porter, Eating Words is a vast volume of exquisite food writing, from Biblical times through modern day. It’s a historically and conceptually diverse anthology, that goes beyond mere consumption and explores food’s relation to politics,…  Read More

5 Questions: Kevin Bachhuber

The Country’s First Edible Insect Farm Kevin Bachhuber founded Big Cricket Farms in Youngstown, Ohio in 2014 in response to growing water shortages, the rising costs of protein production and a simple love of eating insects inspired by a trip to Thailand. Big Cricket Farms is the first government certified food grade insect farm in this…  Read More

5 Questions: Josh Friedland

A Way with Words An award-winning food writer and creator of the long running blog The Food Section, Josh Friedland was the man behind one of Twitter’s greatest mysteries—the elusive and satirical personality mash-up known as @RuthBourdain, which won a James Beard Award for Humor. He’s dropped the alternate persona, and has now authored a new…  Read More

5 Questions: Tony Maws

Uncompromisingly Committed to His Craft A 2011 James Beard Award Winner for Best Chef Northeast and Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2005, Tony Maws is the owner of Boston’s acclaimed Craigie on Main and the newer, more casual Kirkland Tap & Trotter. An immensely talented chef with ruthless expectations of himself and his staff,…  Read More

The Braiser Interview

Fact: The Braiser is my new favorite website. I was thrilled to sit down with these folks at Aspen F+W last weekend. We talked about the new season of Bizarre Foods, L.L. Cool J, and why I’m the luckiest guy on TV. Read the full interview here.

The Braiser Interview

Fact: The Braiser is my new favorite website. I was thrilled to sit down with these folks at Aspen F+W last weekend. We talked about the new season of Bizarre Foods, L.L. Cool J, and why I’m the luckiest guy on TV. Read the full interview here.

5 Questions: Nadia G

The Julia Child of the Net generation. Nadia G. can cook up a storm. She’s the creator and host of Cooking Channel’s Bitchin’ Kitchen, and she certainly knows how to make a meal rock ‘n’ roll. We chat with Nadia about humor, music and what makes a kitchen bitchin’.  AndrewZimmern.com: What five things does a kitchen need…  Read More

5 Questions: Nadia G

The Julia Child of the Net generation. Nadia G. can cook up a storm. She’s the creator and host of Cooking Channel’s Bitchin’ Kitchen, and she certainly knows how to make a meal rock ‘n’ roll. We chat with Nadia about humor, music and what makes a kitchen bitchin’.  AndrewZimmern.com: What five things does a kitchen need…  Read More

5 Qs: Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos

Extra Virgin? It’s obvious looking at actress Debi Mazar and her Italian husband, Gabriele Corcos, that they are madly in love with each other, but it’s their love for food that really heats up the kitchen. The couple went from the Web to television with their new show on the Cooking Channel, Extra Virgin. We…  Read More

5 Qs: Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos

Extra Virgin? It’s obvious looking at actress Debi Mazar and her Italian husband, Gabriele Corcos, that they are madly in love with each other, but it’s their love for food that really heats up the kitchen. The couple went from the Web to television with their new show on the Cooking Channel, Extra Virgin. We…  Read More

5 Questions: Adam Richman

When I first heard of Man v. Food show, I was skeptical. So this guy goes around the country, attempting to conquer iconic food challenges (i.e. scarfing an entire 72-ounce steak at Amarillo’s Big Texan Steak Ranch), while we watch? But a few minutes into the show, I was hooked. Adam Richman’s wit, charm and seemingly endless…  Read More

5 Questions: Adam Richman

When I first heard of Man v. Food show, I was skeptical. So this guy goes around the country, attempting to conquer iconic food challenges (i.e. scarfing an entire 72-ounce steak at Amarillo’s Big Texan Steak Ranch), while we watch? But a few minutes into the show, I was hooked. Adam Richman’s wit, charm and seemingly endless…  Read More