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Best Reichl podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Reichl podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Chef Marc Murphy’s debut podcast, Food 360, is a true celebration of the culinary world. With a little help from historians, fellow celebrity chefs, food writers, and more, the Chopped judge and restaurateur examines food culture from every possible angle, shedding new light on even the most familiar culinary topics. He’ll explore questions like: Why does food taste better on a white plate? How do menu layouts affect the way we order? And what does it really take to open up a restaurant? Lis ...
 
The best chat bot podcast out there! Amazing interviews and information to help you learn and put into action all of your bot desires! If you are just learning about Facebook Messenger Marketing or you are already a pro with services like ChatFuel and ManyChat then you'll enjoy. Listen in now.
 
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Today's guest is Ruth Reichl, the bestselling author of MY KITCHEN YEAR, DELICIOUS, and her latest memoir SAVE ME THE PLUMS which chronicles her groundbreaking tenure as editor in chief of Gourmet. Complete with recipes, SAVE ME THE PLUMS is a personal journey of a woman coming to terms with being in charge and making a mark, following a passion an…
 
Megha Majumdar was born and raised in Kolkata, India, and moved to the United States to attend college at Harvard University, where she was a Traub Scholar. In her debut novel A BURNING she writes with dazzling assurance at a breakneck pace on complex themes such as class, fate, corruption, justice, and what it feels like to face profound obstacles…
 
Today's guest is Simran Jeet Singh, author of FAUJA SINGH KEEPS GOING. This beautifully illustrated picture book tells the true story of Fauja Singh, who broke world records to become the first one hundred-year-old to run a marathon. The book shares valuable lessons on the source of his grit, determination to overcome obstacles, and commitment to p…
 
Today's guest is Andrea Bartz, a Brooklyn-based journalist and author of the suspense thrillers THE LOST NIGHT and THE HERD. Oprah Magazine raves that “Andrea Bartz breathes new life into the psychological thriller by setting her novels in bitingly modern settings. Her first book, THE LOST NIGHT, is set in Williamsburg’s party scene. THE HERD is a …
 
Subscribe to Music Ed Tech Talk: Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS A swift return to the show from Craig McClellan to talk about all of the things Apple announced at their developer conference this past week and how we see it influencing our work. Show Notes: WWDC 2020 Keynote iPhone New Features - iOS 14 Preview eero WiFi OmniFocu…
 
Have you ever dreamed of living in a foreign country as an expat? Amanda Mouttaki better known as “MarocMama” from her successful travel website, not only moved from Michigan to Morocco but created the very successful Marrakesh Food Tours company abroad with her husband. In this episode, Marc explores through Amanda’s eyes what it’s really like to …
 
Today's guest is Lauren Ho, author of the debut novel LAST TANG STANDING. This funny romance has been described as CRAZY RICH ASIANS meets BRIDGET JONES' DIARY, and is about the pursuit of happiness, surviving one’s thirties intact, and opening oneself up to love. This story asks the question: In the endless tug-of-war between pleasing others and p…
 
Today we have a conversation between authors J. Kelly Hoey and Maxie McCoy. J. KELLY HOEY is a writer, investor, connector, networking expert, and author of the book BUILD YOUR DREAM NETWORK. In both the book and her podcast of the same name, Hoey presents innovative strategies for forming strong relationships—the genuine, mutually beneficial, long…
 
Robby’s Ellicott Mills Middle School colleague, Ben Denne, joins the show to talk about designing a sequential instrumental music curriculum, and how they track student progress in the FileMaker app. Other topics include: Workflows for producing virtual band/orchestra videos The importance of developing audiation in student musicians The strengths …
 
On today's show we have a conversation between Matthew Riemer and Leighton Brown, authors of WE ARE EVERYWHERE: PROTEST, POWER, AND PRIDE IN THE HISTORY OF QUEER LIBERATION. This book is a a rich and sweeping photographic history of the Queer Liberation Movement from the creators and curators of the massively popular Instagram account @lgbt_history…
 
Ever wonder if our careers are pre-destined for us? If our parents could possibly already know who we’re going to be by the experiences and flavors from our childhood? There could be a method to the madness, and Marc alongside Chef David Rose will explore it all. Growing up the youngest of eight kids, David reveals how his path to his culinary drea…
 
On today's show Max Brooks, the author of World War Z, The Zombie Survival Guide, and Minecraft: The Island, talks with his editor Sarah Peed about his writing process, survival, and his newest book, DEVOLUTION. Part survival narrative, part bloody horror tale, and part scientific journey into the boundaries between truth and fiction, DEVOLUTION is…
 
On today's show we have author Chanel Cleeton, the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick NEXT YEAR IN HAVANA. Her latest book LAST TRAIN TO KEY WEST is about three women in 1925 whose lives are forever changed when one of the most powerful hurricanes in history barrels toward the Florida Keys. OprahMag.…
 
Today's guest is Dustin Lance Black: an author, filmmaker and social activist known for writing the Academy Award–winning screenplay of the Harvey Milk biopic MILK, and for his part in overturning California’s discriminatory Proposition 8. His heartfelt, deeply personal memoir MAMA'S BOY explores how a mother and son built bridges across great cult…
 
On today's show we have authors Nic Stone and Jodi Picoult discussing topics such as white fragility, the differences in expectations for black women and white women, the problematic nature of colorblindness, and what to do to be a better white advocate. Nic Stone is the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling author of DEAR MARTIN, CLE…
 
Today's episode is a discussion between authors Abbi Waxman and Kristan Higgins. Abbi Waxman is the USA Today bestselling author of OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES, THE GARDEN OF SMALL BEGINNINGS, and her latest I WAS TOLD IT WOULD GET EASIER, which follows mother-daughter duo Jessica and Emily Burnstein as their carefully mapped-out college tour devolve int…
 
Craig returns to talk about automating bedtime routines with Shortcuts, HomeKit automation, automating the Mac, our decision to end The Class Nerd podcast, and more. Show Notes: HomePods at Best Buy Apple HomeKit Robby’s “My Favorite Technology” page - includes all home automation devices and apps he uses at home Wemo Smart Switch Lutron Caseta Sma…
 
Founder and CEO Sean Dimin of Sea to Table joins host Marc Murphy for a candid conversation about fish in America. Every day port towns from Maine down to the Gulf Coast and back up to Alaska welcome the wild catch of local, independent fishermen. Do you know what happens to the fresh catch after that? The supply chain system might not be as simple…
 
Today we have a conversation between authors Roselle Lim and Soniah Kamal. Roselle Lim is a Filipino Chinese writer who came to Canada from the Philippines as a young teen, and penned the novels Natalie Tan's Book of Luck and Fortune, and her latest "Vanessa Yu's Magical Paris Tea Shop". Book Riot says that "similar to the sweet fabulist-romcom sty…
 
Elizabeth Gilbert is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Big Magic, Eat Pray Love, and several other internationally bestselling books of fiction and nonfiction. Her latest entitled CITY OF GIRLS is a unique love story set in the New York City theater world during the 1940s. A novel of glamour, sex, and adventure, it's about a young woman d…
 
America’s love affair with food and celebrity chefs has humble beginnings. In this episode four-time James Beard award-winning TV personality, chef, writer, teacher and social justice advocate, Andrew Zimmern joins host Marc Murphy for an intimate discussion surrounding the current state of the industry and how it could and will change for the bett…
 
Today's guest is Jonathan Karl, the Chief White House Correspondent for ABC News and president of the White House Correspondents' Association. Over his long and award-winning career, he has reported from the White House under four presidents and more than a dozen press secretaries and has covered every major beat in Washington. His New York Times b…
 
Curtis Sittenfeld is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Prep, American Wife, Sisterland, and Eligible. Her latest is the much anticipated RODHAM, a novel that imagines a deeply compelling what-might-have-been: What if Hillary Rodham hadn’t married Bill Clinton? Brilliantly weaving a riveting fictional tale into actual historical ev…
 
Friend and colleague, Lori Schwartz Reichl, joins the show to talk about student and teacher engagement, the up-sides of teaching private lessons remotely, broadening her teaching career beyond the classroom, the Institute for Composer Diversity, and much more! Show Notes: -Lori’s website - Making Key Changes -Zoom - Recording both sides of the con…
 
Today's guest is Nic Stone, the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling author of titles such as DEAR MARTIN, JACKPOT, CLEAN GETAWAY and her latest DEAR JUSTYCE. Angie Thomas, author of THE HATE U GIVE, called Dear Martin "a must-read", while THE FAULT IN OUR STARS author John Green described it as "Powerful and wrenching." Here's Nic S…
 
Today's guest is USA Today bestselling author and native New Yorker Kwana Jackson. Aside from her career as an author, Kwana is also a longtime advocate of diversity and equality in the romance genre, and a successful clothing designer who spent a decade creating women's sportswear for various fashion houses. Her novel REAL MEN KNIT is a heartfelt …
 
In this episode co-founder and CEO Mike Winik of OurHarvest an online farmers market joins host Marc Murphy. Hear how Mike quit his job in finance and followed his passion for cooking to turn it into something good for the world. Ever wonder how your food reaches the grocery store from a farm? And how long its journey actually is? Listen as they di…
 
Frances Cha's novel IF I HAD YOUR FACE is a riveting debut set in contemporary Seoul, Korea, about four young women making their way in a world defined by impossible standards of beauty, after-hours room salons catering to wealthy men, ruthless social hierarchies, and K-pop mania. Here she is in conversation with Random House's Taylor Noel. Praise …
 
Today's discussion is between Laura Huang, author of EDGE: TURNING ADVERSITY INTO ADVANTAGE, and Arlan Hamilton, author of IT'S ABOUT DAMN TIME. Laura gets Arlan to discuss her personal journey from sleeping on the floor of the San Francisco airport to now being an important force of change within the venture capitalism business. Arlan shares her h…
 
In this episode legendary writer, editor, critic and cook Ruth Reichl joins host Marc Murphy. Listen as they reminisce New York City’s restaurant scene in the early 90’s when he was a young chef and she was the New York Times restaurant critic. Ever wonder what it’s like to run one of the most influential food magazines? Ruth shares the rise and fa…
 
Today's guest is Adam Resnick, an Emmy Award winner who has written on Late Night with David Letterman, The Larry Sanders Show, HBO's Divorce, and who co-created the cult favorites CABIN BOY and GET A LIFE. As an author Resnick penned the darkly comedic essay collection WILL NOT ATTEND, which Rolling Stone called "An anti-social work of art" and th…
 
In this episode of Food 360 Live co-host of Food Network’s The Kitchen, Jeff Mauro joins hosts Marc Murphy and Emily Karpin. They discuss their new routines during quarantine, what’s it like to film a network show at home without a production team, life on the stage and the process of writing, shooting and publishing your first cookbook. Links: htt…
 
Hi there, while we're still in quarantine, I'm switching things over to Instagram Live. Come join me there by following @amateurgourmet on instagram and clicking my live video on Wednesdays at 2 PST (5 EST). Last week we had the star of Netflix's "Special" Ryan O'Connell and this week (on 4/29) we'll have Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman. Hear what e…
 
New guest (ghost?) and comedian Kristy Brannon (It’s All Downhill) shares the story-truth with the boyos in this Vietnam book/historical fiction/metafiction classic! Plus: A game is played! Kristy Bannon: @kristybannon @alldownhillpod 42:00 A Literary Game 59:20 Final Thoughts TopgallantRadio.com - Radio for sailors…
 
On today's show we have the acerbic R. Eric Thomas, a senior staff writer at Elle.com and author of the funny and touching essay collection HERE FOR IT: HOW TO SAVE YOUR SOUL IN AMERICA, which none other than Lin Manuel-Miranda called "Sedaris-level, laugh-out-loud funny." Among many other topics, Eric discusses the ridiculous nature of pop culture…
 
Chris and Paul, co-hosts of the Music Education & Technology Podcast, rejoin the show to talk about how we are doing for distance learning, StaffPad for iPadOS, and other recent news in music technology education. Show Notes: dear music teachers… please stop asking how to create a virtual choir video | Midnight Music Virtualchoir.net - Keep singing…
 
The Thurber Prize-winning author John Kenney (the novel TALK TO ME and the collection LOVE POEMS FOR MARRIED PEOPLE) brings us the lighter side of being trapped inside for weeks on end. John and his editor Sally Kim discuss, among other things, what it means to be "pants drunk" during a pandemic in this fun conversation. ABOUT LOVE POEMS FOR ANXIOU…
 
Tucker Shaw wears many hats: he's executive editor of Cook's Country Magazine, the former food critic for The Denver Post, the author of Everything I Ate, and, in a former life, a young adult novelist. In today's session, Tucker talks about his grandparents who were subsistence farmers in Maine, how he's coping in quarantine living above a Russian …
 
Emma Straub is the author of the new novel ALL ADULTS HERE and proprietor of BOOKS ARE MAGIC in Brooklyn, NY. Today she discusses what it's like being an author and bookstore owner, and the unique challenges that both of those pose today. In conversation with our own Amy Brinker, Emma lets us know what she's reading, how she's preparing for the lau…
 
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