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Best Club Scene Editors podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Club Scene Editors podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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House Culture – celebrating the spirit of house music, all for the love of the beat. On each episode of this podcast we sit down with some of the most iconic characters from the scene for a candid chat to discover how they fell in love with the music and how it has shaped their life. It could be an artist, a DJ, a promoter or a club owner – whoever they are, we’ll make sure they have a fascinating story to tell. Hosted by House Culture Managing Editor Matt Rouse, subscribe now to make sure t ...
 
In this weekly podcast, host Maggie Green celebrates cookbook readers, buyers, collectors, and clubs, with interviews and conversations about the role of cookbooks in our lives. Her mission is to build and celebrate a community of people who would rather read, buy, and put on their shelf a cookbook over any other genre of book.
 
George Alvarado who goes by other Aliases like The EVOLUTION OF DISCO, The LATENIGHT LABORATORY, The PROFESSOR and TECH MAN 1, Started his Journey in South Florida in 1979. The Combine influence of DJing, Record label Owner, Music Store Owner, Producer and Remixer has placed him as a big part of the Underground Dance movement in South Florida. George is adept at shifting between Genres of Electronic Dance Music like House, Tech House & Techno. He is also driven by a relentless passion for mu ...
 
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When we have a question the first thing many of us do is turn to Google. Google will tell us the answer. Google is amazing, but for finding answers that will help us grow and expand, we have to turn to our brains. My business coach teaches that the secret to anything "better" is better questions - the type of question that inspires high-quality res…
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is episode 100! The plan for today’s show is to list for you 100 “things” to love about cookbooks. So enjoy this episode as I run though features, people, topics, and more - all components of a cookbook that I love. Recipes Stories History lessons Illustration Photographs Ingredient discovery How to …
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I want to talk about writing food memoirs. One of my private coaching clients is discerning the format of the food/cooking book she wants to write. Part of her wants to write a memoir and part of her a cookbook. One would be more story-driven, and the other more recipe-driven. She was then questioned…
 
Applications are now open to join the September 2020 Hungry for a Cookbook Mastermind. I started running Hungry for a Cookbook in 2017 and since then have had over 50 cookbook writers go through the mastermind. As a result of the mastermind, have been defined, businesses built, proposals written, agents retained, publishers signed, manuscripts writ…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. Today I want to talk about the anatomy of a cookbook project. I think if you’ve tuned in to the past several episodes of the podcast, Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook…., you can see that there are many people involved in the production or “publishing” of a cookbook. And whether …
 
Today on the podcast I’m excited to continue our Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook Series with Barbara Scott Goodman. She has worked as an Art Director and designer of many cookbooks. Her work includes creating cover and interior design concepts, page and typography design, and their execution through all phases of production. She also organizes and …
 
Today on the podcast I’m excited to continue our Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook Series with Cynthia Nims. Cynthia is a Cookbook Author, Freelance Food and Travel Writer, and former managing editor of Simply Seafood magazine. Cynthia believes that there’s a great deal of value in a well-written recipe. Beyond a reliable outcome, solid recipes build…
 
Today on the podcast I’m excited to interview Jessica Brand. Jessica is a professional graphic designer and website designer. She loves cooking and hosting and is always trying new recipes, tinkering with various ingredients, and learning from my mistakes. When visiting bookstores, the first area she would head to is the cookbook section. Being a g…
 
Ashley Strickland Freeman is an award-winning food stylist, recipe developer and tester, author, and editor. She grew up in Savannah, Georgia, and realized her passion for food and cooking at a very young age. After receiving a degree in Journalism from The University of Georgia and a degree in Culinary Arts from The French Culinary Institute in Ne…
 
Jackie Alpers is an award-winning professional food photographer based in Tuscon, AZ. Jackie cooks, styles and photographs food and recipes in her natural-light studio and documents food & travel on location. Her popular food photography and recipe blog “Jackie’s Happy Plate” showcases her culinary adventures as a Midwesterner transplanted to the S…
 
Welcome back to another Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Mardi Balgochian. Mardi is a French-trained pâtissière, recipe tester and cookbook editor. She has degrees in English and Communications, and her professional experience is in corporate communications where she wor…
 
Welcome back to another Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Denise Vivaldo. Denise is a seasoned food professional with over 30 years of experience. She is the author of eight books including The Food Styling Handbook, winner of numerous awards, considered to be the food st…
 
Welcome back to another Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Suzanne Fass. Suzanne is truly behind the scenes of cookbook production with her work as a copy-editor, proofer, and indexer. While her work may just land her name in the Acknowledgements section of a cookbook, Suz…
 
Welcome back to another Behind The Scenes of a Cookbook episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Jon Deutsch. John directs the Food Lab at Drexel University. In this episode, Jon talks about how to develop a recipe, the difference between recipe development and testing, the way to test a recipe, and the benefi…
 
Hi and welcome back to another episode of the podcast. Today I feature an interview with Lucy Seligman. Lucy is a lover of all things Japanese. She is an expert in Japanese cooking. Lucy lived in Japan for over 10 years and during that time was a restaurant critic, a food historian, and writer, the editor of Gochiso-sama!—her culinary newsletter on…
 
Hi and welcome back to another episode of the podcast. Today I feature an interview with Judi Leib. Judi has been in love with food and cooking for as long as she can remember. She is a 1985 graduate of The Restaurant School in Philadelphia and after her graduation worked at every end of the food business from the front of the house to the back of …
 
Hi and welcome back to another episode of the podcast. Today I want to talk about the concept of your cookbook possibility going on trial, in a courtroom~ So what do I mean by this? Have you ever been asked if you’ve thought about writing a cookbook? Or maybe you’ve asked yourself this question - Maybe I could write a cookbook and get it published?…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. Today Rick and I send our love and prayers to everyone during this global pandemic of coronavirus. Rick grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rick’s consciousness was raised by the region’s great ethnic restaurants and local farms. He began in the food business in high school, and after…
 
Amy is a seasoned marketing & PR professional specializing in food/beverage, home and lifestyle markets. Amy’s expertise includes brand management, media relations, and experiential marketing. In addition to building strong social and digital programs, a key point of difference is her ability to build strategic alliances between brands, talent, ret…
 
Paula Forbes is a freelance food and restaurant writer based in Austin, Texas. She reviewed cookbooks for over ten years, for such outlets as Lucky Peach, Eater, Epicurious, and Food52. Stained Page News is her cookbook newsletter that includes information about the latest cookbook releases, book deals, sample recipes, trends, and more. Enjoy this …
 
Julie-Anne’s life has always revolved around animals and food. She began my life in food on my family naseberry and mango farm in the hills of St. Catherine Jamaica. Fast forward years later with a Masters in animal and human nutritional Sciences and a PhD in fisheries and aquatic sciences, her academic career has covered many aspects of nutritiona…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. Today I’m excited to share an interview with cookbook collector and baker Tina Zaccardi. Tina is a mom, wife, NY Yankee fan, and competitive self-taught baker. Tina is also the winner of Season 4 Holiday Edition of The Great American Baking Show. Yes, she spent some time last f…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. I’m excited to talk to you today about Cookbook Publishing Possibility. Last week we talked about Cookbook Writing Possibility. Did you know there is a better way - that it’s possible you could write a cookbook? You could possibly document your recipes, stories, knowledge, menu…
 
Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. I’m excited to talk to you today about Cookbook Writing Possibility. First, I want everyone who is a cook or baker to pay attention here. If you are the go-to person for a cake for the office party, a winning pot of chili for the chili cook or, or a killer appetizer for the nei…
 
Hello and Happy Thanksgiving. Welcome back to a special Thanksgiving Day episode of the podcast. When I think of Thanksgiving, for many obvious reasons I think of abundance. Cornucopias. Having plenty. Overflow. Being full. Refrigerators filled with ingredients, ovens stuffed with turkeys, turkeys stuffed with dressing, and tables filled with peopl…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. Today I’m excited to have an interview with Holly Berfield. Holly is a photographer who embarked on a project several years ago. In an effort to read more, cook more, and look for more beauty in the every day, Holly decided to read a book, cook a dish related to the book, and take a phot…
 
November and Thanksgiving are upon us! And in this episode of the podcast, I’m doing something a little bit different. Today I use my first cookbook, Kentucky Fresh Cookbook, to talk about seasonal eating and cooking here in KY this time of year, and talk a bit about goetta, a breakfast specialty item popular in Northern Kentucky. I also dive into …
 
When we have a question the first thing many of us do is turn to Google. Google will tell us the answer. Google is amazing, but for finding answers that will help us grow and expand, we have to turn to our brains. My business coach teaches that the secret to anything "better" is better questions - the type of question that inspires high-quality res…
 
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