On this week’s episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Catherine Piccoli and Jean Nihoul, both curators at Brooklyn’s Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD), which is supported by the Foundation. They discuss what’s new at MOFAD, including Chicken Crossing, the Museum’s deep dive into the bird’s surprisingly complex history. Plus, both curators share a Julia Moment.
On this week’s episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, we’re re-visiting the voices from last fall’s Smithsonian Food History Weekend to talk about Julia’s Kitchen, the inspiration for our show. In lieu of our usual format, host Todd Schulkin speaks with several of the nation’s leading chefs, scholars, and food writers about why one well used, old kitchen means so much. Tune in for a very special episode. If you haven’t been, it just may convince you to visit Julia’s Kitchen.
On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin speaks with Emily Saladino, editor-in-chief of Vinepair, a digital media company that celebrates all things drink, including wine, beer and spirits. Todd and Emily cover everything from the hybridization of wine and beer to Michelin starred brewpubs to 2019 being the year of the mocktail. Emily shares a goldfish-filled Julia Moment.
Inside Julia's Kitchen The Foundation just kicked off season twelve of our podcast, Inside Julia's Kitchen, on Heritage Radio Network. Tune in to hear host Todd Schulkin interview the people shaping the way we cook and think about food.