Talks about food with food people that make and eat food. Ever wonder what it really takes to be a foodie? ever wonder why you cant seem to pick the right wine? This collection of naughty words intermingled with science and long winded rants about the minutiae of noodles is for anyone that ever, even once, put food in their mouth and wondered why.
In episode 63, Eliot talks to Stef with an F (and producer Chris Crespo) about robotics taking over jobs in the food industry as well as the general workforce, plus they discuss corporate responsibility, the difficulty in making a proper burger, as well as Flippy The Robot (invest.misorobotics.com) getting set up at Cali Burger. Enjoy!
In episode 62, Eliot and Stef with an F (along with producer Chris Crespo) discuss the plan (or non-plan) to re-open the State of Florida for "business as usual," plus Eliot and Chris bond over a shared affinity for Dillinger Escape Plan and Stef provides a recap of the latest episode of Real Housewives of New York. So this one's all over the place. Drink milk!
In episode 61 of Off Cuts, Eliot and Stef (with producer Chris Crespo) talk about their favorite cooks and chefs, as well as calloused hands, fitness dirtbags, guests vs. customers, food that is just fiiine, David Chang on the disruption of the industry (reference here: https://youtu.be/nuIXlym9cZQ), and Eliot explains the 2000 movie Chocolat to Stef. Enjoy!
Discussed in this episode of Off Cuts: the Cameron Diaz Evian face Water Garbage Can, Wine Smells & Body Stinks, Medications & Moisturizers, why no tattoos, how to make kids eats veggies, a Yelp review review, Apple vs non-Apple, Ruhlman's Twenty and other cookbook recommendations, and more!
Eliot Hillis invites Holly Kapherr from The Culinati Podcast to join him, Nick Georgoudiou from To A Certain Degree, and substitute producer Chris Crespo on picking the Best Cuts of the Central Florida/Orlando food scene in 2019. Where is the best pizza? Who has the best tacos? What is New American cuisine? Can you defend your ramen choice? Chuan Lu or Cheng Du? Why doesn't Eliot know about the places Chris brings up? Is college radio more prestigious than podcasting? Listen to this episode to get answers to most of these questions. This episode brought to you by Steinberg & Feldstein, Naughty Advocates.
Nick from "To a certain degree" guest hosts this episode concerning all things ovum. Lots of egg facts and surprising insights into Etchie's scrambled egg order. Plus an indictment of the government and an eggxageration game.
Leigha of @chowdownotown returns as we dive deeper into the delicious world of ramen. She and Eliot throw-down in the Great American Slurp-Off. We also talk about history, styles of ramen, and where in Orlando you should grab some noods.
Can food cure sickness, hangover, and nausea? How much ginger is in ginger ale? What are the healing powers of chicken noodle soup? Find out as we investigate the age-old remedies and the science (and opinion) behind it. Also, Eliot tells us about Chicken Fire and Bagel Bruno, and a game called Better or Deader.
Special Halloween release! Nick Georgoudiou returns to the show on All Hallow’s Eve as we have another spooky slumber party. What kitchen appliance makes for a sexy Halloween costume? What is the origin of bobbing for apples? Also: F**k/Marry/Kill Halloween candy edition, and a scary Yelp Review Review. Grab your planchette and listen now! Listen to Nick on To a Certain Degree every Monday on WPRK from 7-9am and download the show wherever you download podcasts.
At Off Cut's first Halloween slumber party we conjure Chris Crespo of Cinema Crespodiso podcast to discuss Soylent Green. We swoon over Charleston Heston, the furniture girls, and the idea of eating people. Also: Halloween Movie trivia and Soylent Wackadoo Snackadoo. P.S. Etchie was misinformed about Grumpier Old Men. Burgess Meredith died two years after the movie's release.
Allison casts a spell to summon Feedmeorlando back to the show to discuss cauldrons, pumpkin spice, kitschy diners, Halloween decorations, and accusations of yelp extortion. Eliot tells a haunting yelp tale. Krystine is in the mafia. Etchie gives only 5-star reviews. Also: real or fake pumpkin spice product game, and YRR of Appleton’s Cafe.
Krystine from @feedmeorlando comes home to the new Off Cuts studio to talk about her journeys far and wide. We get to know her and talk all about eating while travelling. Also: Off Cuts Deep Cuts game, and Krystine’s own International Wackadoo Snackadoo. https://open.spotify.com/user/kwaleska/playlist/41wNfckcW1XI4qaLY2pHLz?si=MT66b5kqTGGq_pcReQj2SQ
Joseph Creech, owner and chef of Hunger Street Tacos, joins the fray as we discuss all things tacos. Also: failed Taco Bell concepts, Yelp Review Review, Wackadoo Snackadoo, and, somehow, Jack-O-Lanterns.
Whole 30-something: Allison and Eliot brave the rigors of Whole 30 and discuss the inevitable fall out. Also: Holes Thirty the game and Allison tries to share a recipe from memory. Recommend reading: It Starts With Food by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig Nom Nom Paleo cookbooks by Michelle Tam Well Fed cookbooks by Mel Joulwan
Nick Georgoudiou from To a Certain Degree joins us for a bizarro version of his own podcast. Is the Impossible Burger "just right or not quite?" What’s hidden in Nick’s freezer? Plus: Pop Quiz, Bad Food Business Ideas, and Wackadoo Snackadoo: cricket edition.
A very special 25th episode extravaganza super show. Looking forward, looking back at 25 episodes and the people that made them. A thoughtful retrospective, best of Orlando flash game, we answer listener questions, and Eliot reads a children's story.
Ryan from Lineage joins us this week to spill the beans about coffee. He also answers your listener questions and many of our own. Allison makes her first cup of pour-over and shares her experience. Eliot reviews Craft & Common in Haiku Review. Etchie attempts to order a frappucino at McDonald’s. Also: are coffee shops pretentious? Is black coffee secretly good? Plus, a Yelp Review Review REVIEW of Propagation’s notorious and now-defunct Yelp page. Recommended reading: The Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee by James Freeman, et al. Recommended Instagram follow: @lineageacademy Ryan is co-owner of Lineage Coffee Roasting in Orlando, FL
David from Lineage joins Eliot, Allison, and Etchie this week to discuss our summer bods (not pictured). Also: Fake or Fad Diets game and Haiku review review of Lucky’s Market. David is a certified personal trainer, functional movement specialist and is studying for his master's in exercise physiology.
Chris Crespo from Cinema Crespodiso podcast joins the Off Cuts crew to help answer a listener question. We discuss our favorite food moments in film and what they mean to us. Also a new segment: Food Review Haiku.
Eliot, Rob and Etchie let a girl into the clubhouse. Chowdownotown (Leigha) weighs in on Naroodle and all things ramen. Since we were trying to talk about noodles it went everywhere else. Etchie learns the recipe for ice.