The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 70 On the Farm – A Discussion with Aliza Eliazarov About Heritage Breed Animals and Their Portraits

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 70 On the Farm - A Discussion with Aliza Eliazarov About Heritage Breed Animals and Their Portraits

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On this week’s Chefs Without Restaurants podcast I have renowned photographer Aliza Eliazarov. On November 17, she has a book coming out called On the Farm: Heritage & Heralded Animal Breeds in Portraits and Stories. The book invites us to take a closer look at the animal breeds taking center stage on sustainable farms and homesteads. It’s equal parts fine art and field guide. 

Passion for documenting issues surrounding food and farming has driven her work, and led to numerous projects, publications, exhibitions, and awards, most notably shooting cover stories for Modern Farmer magazine. 

She has a BS in natural resources management and engineering, a master’s degree in both creative arts in education and elementary education, and is a graduate of the photo journalism and documentary photography program at the International Center of Photography. 

We discuss:

·       her new book

·       her process for photographing farm animals

·       biodiversity and why heritage breeds are important

·       the pros of eating heritage breed animals over commercial breeds

·       animal domestication

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Aliza Eliazarov
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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 55 Chef Kisha Washington – A Discussion About The Personal Chef Business, Her Platform For Chefs and a Culinary Non-Profit

Chef Kisha Washington - A Discussion About The Personal Chef Business, Her Platform For Chefs and a Culinary Non-Profit

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On today’s podcast we have Kisha Washington. She is the executive Chef and Owner of 3 culinary industry businesses. The first is The Key Ingredient, which is a private dining and chef table experience. The second business is called The Kitchen Spectrum Collective, which is a platform for chefs. It’s a one stop shop for website building, branding, menu development and more. And the third culinary business is a non-profit organization called CookzCreed Foundation that provides scholarships and grants for culinary individuals, as well as mental health awareness resources and mentorship.

On the show we discuss:

pricing of personal chef dinners

landing gigs out of state

cultural appropriation, fusion and cooking food you love

managing workflow when you have multiple businesses

content creation and marketing

cooking competitions

setting up a non-profit and a board of directors

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Some of her favorite resources and cookbooks are Half Baked Harvest, Jubilee, Jerusalem and Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat

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Outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 54 Hari Cameron of Grandpa Mac, and Chef Consultant at Arcobaleno – Talking Pasta, the Move to Fast Casual, and Content Creation

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 53 Hari Cameron of Grandpa Mac, and Chef Consultant at Arcobaleno - Talking Pasta, the Move to Fast Casual, and Content Creation

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On this week’s podcast I speak with chef Hari Cameron. Hari is the chef consultant at Arcobaleno, as well as the chef partner at Grandpa Mac. I met Hari a few years ago when he was the chef and owner of a(MUSE.) restaurant in Rehoboth, Deleware, a restaurant that he closed on New Year’s Eve 2019.  We discuss the move from fine dining to fast casual, as well as his new position with Arcobaleno. Arcobaleno makes kitchen equipment, and have become known for their pasta extruders. Hari’s extensive use of these extruders is what led to his chef consultant job with them. We also talk about content creation and being a brand ambassador for a company, as well as his spirit collaboration with Dogfish Head.

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Some of his favorite culinary resources are: Art Culinaire Magazine and Michael Ruhlman’s book Ratio

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Outro music provided by podcast guest Dylan Ubaldo (check out Toyomansi)

Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

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On this episode, we have Christina Xenos. She is a Los Angeles-based personal chef, and owner of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services. She’s also a recipe developer, does cooking classes and is the co-author of Opa. The healthy Greek Cookbook. She was also recently on an episode of “A New Leaf” on NBC, and The Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction.

We discuss Greek cooking, getting on a national TV show, how Covid-19 has impacted her personal chef business, and cooking at The James Beard House with chef Argiro Barbarigou.

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Christina Xenos

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Some of her favorite culinary resources are Sally’s Baking Addiction, Husbands That Cook and Ina Garten

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The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 46 Jason Logsdon and Mike LaCharite from The International Sous Vide Association

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast - Episode 46 Jason Logsdon and Mile LaCharite from The International Sous Vide Association

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On this episode, we have we have Jason Logsdon and Mike LaCharite from The International Sous Vide Association. We discuss sous vide basics, how their organization was started, and their upcoming sous vide conference. There are a lot of links in the show notes to where to find their organization online, as well as information on the conference and many of the presenters such as Rich Rosendale and James Briscione. 

Some people & businesses mentioned in this episode:

David PietranczykRich RosendaleJames BriscioneAJ SchallerMeathead GoldwynPhilip PrestonAly RomeroJustice StewartLennis PerezLisa KeysCreaCuisine SolutionsPolyscience

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Jason Logsdon, Mike LaCharite and The ISVA

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Intro Music: District Four by Kevin MacLeod

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