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We tell the compelling stories behind cookbooks you won't get anywhere else. Featuring interviews with leading authors, we explore the art and craft of cookbooks, looking at both new and vintage cookbooks and the inspirations behind them … the compelling people who create them … and their impact on home cooks and the culinary world.
 
There’s a massive awakening underway – can you feel it? If you’ve got that nagging tug inside that you’re meant for more, you’re right. If you’re ready to jump the ruts of your routines and feel purpose coursing through your veins, you can. If you ache for profound connection and clear divine guidance to master your moment, I’ve got good news with a chaser of truth talk: What you seek seeks you, but it’s not all love and light. It takes grit and guts to craft your path with purpose. But love ...
 
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This week, we're excited to welcome Jeff Mauro to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. A Chicago native, Jeff has been beaming into your home TVs via Food Network since 2011, when he was crowned the winner of season seven of "Food Network Star" (and then, later that year, under another crown as the host of "Sandwich King.") And th…
 
HAVE A LISTEN: Loading Dock Talks is the new podcast hosted by Salt + Spine friend chef Preeti Mistry, where each week they talk with chefs, cookbook authors, and activists. Subscribe here. ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Preeti talks with Zoe Adjonyoh - chef, activist, and author - about connecting to her ancestral Ghanaian roots and building community throug…
 
Today we’re talking about how our past need not define us or limit our future. In fact, our impediments may be the way. I’m joined by Reinvention Architect Craig Stanland and together we share tips, tools and techniques to take a stand for your personal becoming, whether that means conquering self-doubt or making an epic comeback. Subscribe and joi…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Marcus Samuelsson and Osayi Endolyn to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Chef Marcus Samuelsson has become a household culinary name, building his restaurant empire from Red Rooster in Harlem to now more than a dozen eateries around the globe. He's won multiple James Beard Awards and is a reg…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about triggers – whether they pop up at home, the office, online, or on the highway. Join my guest Ericka Plater and me for news you can use on how you can become less reactive and more magical. Subscribe and join the conversation. Access show notes at grittymystic.com/ep10…
 
It’s a great day for a quick win! In this episode, I share a game-changing truth that shrinks suffering and could spark your next big breakthrough. Jessica Hagy joins me to share a variety of approaches you can choose from to tap this secret superpower. Subscribe and join the conversation. Access show notes at grittymystic.com/ep9…
 
HAVE A LISTEN: Counterjam is the third show on Food52's podcast new network. On Counterjam, host Peter Kim explores culture through food and music. Guests include A Tribe Called Quest founding member Jarobi White, Kelis, comedian Margaret Cho, chef and cookbook author Roy Choi, and many more. Subscribe here. About this episode: Host Peter J. Kim lo…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Mashama Bailey and John O. Morisano to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Mashama is the executive chef and partner of The Grey, which she runs with her business partner, John O. Morisano. The Savannah, Georgia restaurant is set inside a once-segregated, former Greyhound bus station and has be…
 
Feeling stuck? Let’s find out what’s got you mired. In this episode, we’re going to shift limiting beliefs into empowering beliefs with three courageous questions revealing what sabotages your success. Subscribe and join the conversation. Access show notes at grittymystic.com/ep8โดย Tracy King
 
Angela Garbacz is the founder of the Lincoln, Nebraska pastry shop Goldenrod Pastries, which is focused on “inclusive baking,” the term Angela uses to describe her menu full of baked goods without dairy or gluten. Angela’s distilled her recipes and two decades of professional baking experience into her first cookbook, Perfectly Golden, which offers…
 
Don’t get it twisted, I like crossing items off a checklist as much as the next mystic, but when does productivity become a problem? When does doing become overdoing it and back you all the way into a doing addiction? Swing by today’s episode to chat with Renèe Dineen about how breaking the addiction to doing is a key to authentic living and lifelo…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Julia Turshen to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Julia is returning to Salt + Spine today to talk about her latest cookbook, Simply Julia. Julia is the well-known author of other cookbooks, including two highly praised solo books: Small Victories and Now & Again. And she’s a prolific writer…
 
We’re going to call out perfectionism in spirituality and embrace where we are, mess and all. In fact, there’s wisdom in the mess! Join Prema Om Michelle Eggenberger and my conversation on simple ways to master the moment you’re in. Subscribe and leave your comments in Facebook or Instagram to join the conversation. Access show notes at grittymysti…
 
What happens when you leave a rigid religious tradition and people close to you do not support how you are changing? How do you know when to salvage and when to scrap? Whether you’re a brand new awakening baby unicorn or a salty old soul, changing the rules in relationships is not only something we’ve got to deal with – it’s part of the journey its…
 
🥧 It's Pie Week 2021 🥧 This week, we're excited to welcome Petra Paredez to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks, for our Spring 2021 Pie Week! Petra’s life story is looped around pie from the very beginning. Before she was even born, her parents opened Mom’s Apple Pie Company in Leesburg, Virginia, and Petra and her family’s lives…
 
Episode 2 of our Spring 2021 Pie Week 🥧 Called a “pie guru” by Sunset magazine and the “pie-making queen” by Chowhound, Kate’s name has become synonymous with the practice of home-baking pies infused with care and confidence. Thousands of people have joined her workshops, including her 3-day Pie Camp, in Washington State and around the world. Her f…
 
🥧 It's Pie Week 2021 🥧 This week, we're excited to welcome Lauren Ko to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks, for our Spring 2021 Pie Week! You might be most likely to know Lauren from her now-famous Instagram handle: @lokokitchen. Lauren’s geometric designs and stunning pie creations have taken the Internet — and really, the world…
 
Let’s explore the power of your next breath to unlock your potential and lead your best possible life. Our conversation with Dan Brulé, Marc Taylor, and Nicole Price is chock full of tips and resources to deepen your breathwork journey. Subscribe and leave your comments in Facebook or Instagram to join the conversation. Access show notes at grittym…
 
Danielle Renov is the author of Peas Love & Carrots, her first cookbook. She is well known for her food blog and Instagram of the same name. She joins us this week to #TalkCookbooks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Let’s get clear on what we want this year. Tune in for a stunning brain hack and several ingenious ways to vision board the life of your dreams. And make that sh*t happen. Subscribe and leave your comments in Facebook or Instagram to join the conversation. Access show notes at grittymystic.com/ep2โดย Tracy King
 
Let’s kick this off with a tour! Come on in and take a peek inside the Gritty Mystic podcast. This is a two-for episode where I’ll share the very first practice on my path to authenticity and an annual practice for maintaining massive momentum that just got soooo much better with a simple twist. Subscribe and leave your comments Facebook or Instagr…
 
Your personal power is rooted in authenticity – but what if being you in all your glory is askew the norms others have set for you? Time to tune in and celebrate your inner deviant! We’ll visit with Ramses Rodriguez whose story will inspire you to be bold, be you, and be seen. Subscribe and leave your comments in Facebook or Instagram to join the c…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Hawa Hassan to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Hawa is the founder and CEO of Basbaas Sauce, a selection of condiments that are inspired by Somalia, the country where she was born. Hawa left Somalia with her family in the midst of the country’s civil war: first to a refugee camp and then to…
 
Welcome to Gritty Mystic, your podcast for the daring and ready to awaken the power to master and direct your life. Or as I like to call it, becoming f*cking unstoppable. I’m Tracy King, Gritty Mystic and transformational teacher, and together through topic huddles and table talks, we’ll explore metaphysics, mindset and awakening your magic. We’ll …
 
Kristina Gill is the co-author of Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City. A native of Nashville, Kristina relocated to Rome in 1999. Kristina joined us remotely from, of course, Rome, to talk about the role food has played in her life, how she approaches her work, and where she turns for inspiration. Plus, of course,…
 
In the final installment of our Food Media Awakening Series—and the beginning of our fall 2020 season—we're talking with teenage food professionals about what drew them to food and food writing and what they see for the food media and restaurant industries as their generation enters the workforce. Oakland-based Rahanna Bisseret Martinez shares her …
 
In Part 3 of our Food Media Awakening Series, we're talking all about food media: specifically, food media that is not owned or led by white people. With power and editorial control largely in the hands of white people at "mainstream" food media outlets, we're talking with editors, publishers, and writers about the importance of having and investin…
 
We're stepping away from our normal one-on-one author interviews this month to hold space for deeper conversations around equity and representation in food media and the cookbook industry. Stay tuned as we talk with cookbook authors, food writers, editors, podcast hosts, and the generation of young cooks and food writers. In the second episode of o…
 
We're stepping away from our normal one-on-one author interviews this month to hold space for deeper conversations around equity and representation in food media and the cookbook industry. Stay tuned as we talk with cookbook authors, food writers, editors, podcast hosts, and the generation of young cooks and food writers. In today's episode, we're …
 
Sonoko Sakai is a writer and teacher based in California. Over the course of her career, she’s developed recipes, taught cooking classes, and written articles and cookbooks to promote Japanese food and culture. Her first cookbook—The Poetical Pursuit of Food: Japanese Recipes for American Cooks—was published in 1986, and her most recent, Japanese H…
 
Jesse Szewczyk is a New York-based food writer and stylist with bylines in outlets from Food52, The Kitchn, Tasty, and Jarry. Jesse joined us to talk about his first cookbook, Tasty Pride, a compilation of 75 recipes and stories from the queer food community. June is Pride Month and we were thrilled to welcome Jesse to the show. In addition to brin…
 
Note: This episode was recorded remotely. Food writer Alicia Kennedy joins us for a special bonus episode. Following cookbook author Alison Roman's interview with The New Consumer, there's renewed discussion on a number of ongoing issues in the food industry—in particular, disparities in whose voices are heard, who gets access to audiences and plat…
 
*In response to travel restrictions and social distancing due to COVID-19, this week's interview was recorded remotely and not in-studio. Thanks for listening.* NEW YORK—This week, we're excited to welcome Charlotte Druckman to Salt & Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. Charlotte is a food journalist whose work has appeared in nearly every major food …
 
*In response to travel restrictions and social distancing due to COVID-19, this week's interview was recorded remotely and not in-studio. Thanks for listening.* BROOKLYN, NEW YORK—This week, we're excited to welcome Stacie Billis to Salt & Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. Stacie Billis is a food writer whose award-winning blog, One Hungry Mama, was…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome food blogger and cookbook author Meike Peters to Salt + Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. Meike is the James Beard-winning author of Eat In My Kitchen and her latest cookbook, 365: A Year Of Everyday Cooking And Baking. And her latest work is exactly that: 365 new recipes to fuel a year of home cooking. Meike has …
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Kate Leahy, Ara Zada, and John Lee to Salt + Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. Kate, Ara, and John are the trio behind Lavash: The Bread that Launched 1,000 Meals, Plus Salads, Stews, and Other Recipes from Armenia. The trio are the team behind the cookbook, Lavash: The Bread That Launched 1,000 Meals, Plus Salads…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Darra Goldstein to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. In her latest cookbook, Beyond the North Wind: Russia in Recipes and Lore, Darra journeys 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle to the Kola Peninsula, bordering the Barents Sea. It's "one of the literal ends of the earth—next stop, North Pol…
 
This week, we're thrilled to welcome John Becker & Megan Scott to Salt + Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. While it might seem weird to say a book — not an author — needs perhaps no introduction, that feels like a fitting statement for Joy of Cooking. With 20 million copies in print, it’s the most-published cookbook in the us and often considered th…
 
This week, we're thrilled to welcome cookbook author and culinary instructor Molly Stevens to Salt + Spine, the podcast on cookbooks. A native New Yorker who spent a short stint learning culinary skills in France, Molly has written several cookbooks and has been named Cooking Teacher of the Year by both Bon Appétit magazine and the International As…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Fuchsia Dunlop to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Fuchsia is the author of several award-winning cookbooks focused on Chinese cuisine, especially Sichuan cooking. Her Chinese home-cooking book, Every Grain of Rice: Simple Chinese Home Cooking, won a James Beard Award and her memoir, Shark's…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Einat Admony to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Einat is the author of, most recently, Shuk: From Market to Table, the Heart of Israeli Home Cooking, with Janna Gur. Called an "edifying deep dive into Israeli food market culture and cuisine" by Publisher's Weekly, Shuk features more than 14…
 
Toni Tipton-Martin is the author of Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking and the James Beard-winning The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks. Also in today's show: > Salt + Spine Kitchen Correspondent Sarah Varney cooks Lowcountry Shrimp & Grits from Jubilee. > We feature recipes for Benne Wafers and …
 
This week, we’re excited to welcome some of the stars of the WE ARE LA COCINA cookbook and the—Leticia Landa, Nite Yun, and Nafy Flatley—to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories on cookbooks. Tune in to hear this live podcast recording in front of an audience at The Civic Kitchen in San Francisco, which was recorded during our annual cookie swap. Le…
 
Hetal Vasavada is the author of Milk & Cardamom: Spectacular Cakes, Custards and More, Inspired by the Flavors of India. She appeared on Season 6 of MasterChef. Plus: James Rich, author of Apple: Recipes from the Orchard. *Full show notes coming soon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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