Discussing food, politics, and pop culture. Hosted by 3x NY Times bestselling authors Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway, the snarky duo will help give a voice to regular folks who are just trying to get it together, in and outside of the kitchen.
Comedian/actor Vir Das (WHISKEY CAVALIER, Netflix) is the guest today, bringing his frustration with American hotels with him. Hear about his quest for good Indian food in the US, how he doesn't curb the international vibe of his comedy for American audiences and how therapy put him on the right path.
Also, Matt and Michelle caution against processed food portions, discuss the latest trade drama over tomatoes and discover how an Austrian McDonalds is your "friend" abroad.
Food photographer Matt Armendariz stops by the podcast to share tips for making your food look great in your Instagram photos or wherever you post them. Also, Matt and our TK friends talk about why soup and pudding are not optimal for photographs.
Also, Matt and Michelle celebrate the dawning of Spaghetti O's and why garlic is good for you (even more so!)
She is not your traditional CEO! Tender Greens CEO Denyelle Bruno joins the podcast this week to talk about her ascent thru the retail ranks, avoiding groupthink and the importance of diversity and kindness.
Also, Matt and Michelle get you in the know about Ramadan, a big chicken recall (watch out for those metal parts) and the history of root beer!
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Actor Jake Choi (ABC's SINGLE PARENTS) has always loved plants and is totally down with different variations of kimchi. Hear all about Jake's Instagram thirst traps, working as a census taker and his wonderful rescue dog on this episode.
Also, Matt and Michelle share some good news for SNAP, beat up on the Kentucky Derby and get you hip to America's oldest Italian restaurant (its not where you think it would be)
Anti-hunger activist Jasmine Crowe started her organization GOODR to help curtail food waste and redirect unused food to those in need. Hear all about her mission to make a difference on this week's episode.
Also, Matt and Michelle warn against the "shell on challenge," dish on CBD-infused burgers and bring you the debut of a new segment called "Total Recall!"
Cookbook author Danielle Walker (AGAINST ALL GRAIN) joins our hosts today to talk about her journey to wellness via a drastic diet change, misconceptions about grain-free products and sharing parallel experiences with Thug Kitchen.
Also, Matt and Michelle show much respect to the creator of Swiss Miss, discuss bans on animal dissections in classrooms and explain how the word "natural" means nothing when it comes to your food packaging.
True crime investigative journalist Billy Jensen (CHASE DARKNESS WITH ME) stops by the podcast this week to talk about why the true crime phenomenon appeals so much to women, what his relationship is like with law enforcement as well as his new podcast THE MURDER SQUAD.
Also, Matt and Michelle give props to a cookbook legend and go HARD on Easter food and why horse racing needs to be cancelled.
Actor Desmin Borges (YOU'RE THE WORST) chats with Matt and Michelle about Bloody Marys, Chicago delicacies and being a fat kid (or "enthusiastic eater") at heart.
Also, our hosts take a deep dive into what's going on with gum, McDonald's stepping up for the common folk and the infamous St. Louis-style bagels.
Superstar food stylist Casey Dobbins joins Matt and Michelle in the booth today to talk Snoop Dogg cookbooks, growing up vegetarian in Kansas City and why you SHOULDN'T put an egg on it.
Our hosts give props to San Antonio for taking a stand against Chik-Fil-A. Also, there's an avocado recall you should be aware of as well as a Duncan Hines birthday!
Documentarian Raphael Sbarge to talk about his film LA FOODWAYS which explores the past, present and future of agriculture in Los Angeles. Learn about the citrus mafia, the internet's relationship with food and the state of food waste in LA.
Also, Matt and Michelle want you to know about mislabelled seafood, new egg risks and bovine escapes!
Matt and Michelle are joined by Oliver Gottfried, Senior Campaigns Strategist with Oxfam, about Oxfam's campaign EAT FOR GOOD and how you, as a regular consumer, can help create positive impact on the environment and mitigate poverty and hunger.
Also, we're tracking the return of Michelin to Los Angeles, beer-naming wars in New Orleans and a shout-out to the mother of the pot brownie.