Posts tagged food

On this week’s podcast (#104) we talk to…

JENI BRITTON BAUER

…the founder of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. We talk to her about what kind of music she listened to growing up in Ohio, and what kind of music goes into making her famous ice cream. We talk first concert and first album, plus she tells about ice cream album covers and this special vinyl they created for this year’s record store day. Want a copy? We have two to giveaway, and all you have to do to enter is sign up for our newsletter. Already signed up? Then you’re already entered to win.

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Jenny Lewis’ The Voyager has its own wine!?!
It will be available on Domaine L.A.’s website tomorrow (Friday) and at our man Kris Yenbamroong's restaurant Night+Market Song… and each bottle comes with a download code for the new album. 

Jenny Lewis’ The Voyager has its own wine!?!

It will be available on Domaine L.A.’s website tomorrow (Friday) and at our man Kris Yenbamroong's restaurant Night+Market Song… and each bottle comes with a download code for the new album. 

I love the state fair, and I love the elephant ears.
Aretha Franklin talking about the Ohio State Fair

Food is the New Rock Episode #103 is out now featuring…

KENNY from VACATIONER

He tell us his favorite places to eat on tour, why he doesn’t like to eat meat with bones, and how easy it is for him to stay gluten free on tour (spoiler: he does his best to stay away from stroopwafels). PLUS Kenny gives us a great tip on what munchies to pair with your weed.

Download the episode for free on iTunes or by putting our RSS FEED  into a player of your choice.  Or if you’re too lazy for all of that, you can stream the episode below…

The latest person to rate our podcast on iTunes made a great point in the comments. 4 1/2 stars w/ 81 reviews would be a great restaurant on Yelp.

The latest person to rate our podcast on iTunes made a great point in the comments. 4 1/2 stars w/ 81 reviews would be a great restaurant on Yelp.

They’re real!!!!!!!!! 

(Thanks to listener Matt O for sending us the photos.)

On this week’s podcast we finally get to talk to…

KEN FRIEDMAN

… owner of the Spotted Pig in New York, which celebrates its 10th Anniversary this year.  Before teaming up with Chef April Bloomfield to open The Pig, John Dory Oyster Bar, The Breslin, and more, Ken was in the music industry.  He booked U2’s very first show in San Francisco, working underneath Clive Davis, and worked with artists like Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.  We talk about all of that, as well as Mario Batali, Rachael Ray, and the similarities between working in the music and food industries. 

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We found the pre Epic Meal Time “Poppin Perrier” music video Harley Morenstein told us about on the podcast this week.

Warning: This video contains many shirtless men, including a young, and beardless (but not hairless) Harley Morenstein.

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Our girl Noelle Scaggs from Fitz & the Tantrums contributed this great buttermilk pancake recipe to Sweetlife’s new digital cookbook.