Chef Jordan Andino clears up what it means when he was named “hottest chef” and describes what his twenties were like as he was navigating his career. He shares his experiences learning from his father in the kitchen, and the first dish he ever nailed perfectly. Jordan shares how formal culinary education sharpened his business acumen and his thoughts on being a successful chef and entrepreneur. Jordan reveals the meaning behind his restaurant name, Flip Sigi, the hallmarks of Filipino cuisine, and the food staples you will always find in a Filipino home. He then talks about his new Food Network show, Raid the Fridge, and what staples one should always have to throw together a great meal. He talks about his “tough love” approach to judging and if he’s ever had stage fright while filming.
Sophie Flay, daughter of culinary icon Bobby Flay, shares why she chose a journalism career over following in her dad’s footsteps and tells us her favorite types of stories to cover in the Los Angeles area.
Author and critic Simon Majumdar shares the research and process behind the scenes of his podcast that explores the rich history of food and his favorite interview so far with a Food Network star. He reveals the shocking turning point in his life and the renewed mission he set forth to pursue at...