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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Domini Kemp. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Domini Kemp, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Domini Kemp. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Domini Kemp, often where they are interviewed.

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SharkPod #17 "Itsa Entrepreneurial Journey" - With Domini Kemp

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What is up SharkNation! 

Today the guys sit down with Celebrity Chef, Entrepreneur (Itsa, Joe's Coffee, Alchemy Juice co. and others) and Author (Ketogenic Kitchen), Domini Kemp.

The guys do a deep dive on Domini's experience and cover:

1. How she got started and how a NYC Puerto Rican bagel exporter's tax problems became her opportunity.

2. Finding the company's confidence through the recession and austerity in the early 10s.

3. The food hall movement and lost opportunities for the Dublin Food scene. 

4. Her 2013 cancer diagnosis and the nutrition revelation that it sparked for her. 

5. How her research led her to co-author the Ketogenic Kitchen. 

6. Fasting and the benefits of keeping a low glucose profile. 

7. Tech to help you track you glucose.

Packed a whole lot into one hour!

If you have any feedback for the lads you can reach them at Luke@shark.ie

If you are as fascinated as the guys were with Domini and her story you can follow heron the socials @dominikemp on insta and twiter.

Amazon Link to The Ketogenic Kitchen.

Keep Moving Forward!

Apr 29 2020 · 1hr
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3: An Interview with Domini Kemp

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In this episode we interview Dublin-based restaurateur, former Irish Times food columnist, and cookbook writer Domini Kemp. “Forty percent of Irish people were eating out twice or three times a week,” says Kemp. Obviously this is no longer the case. But even back in January 2020, before this country felt the impact of Covid-19, Kemp had foretold Irish restaurant closures.We talk to Kemp about how she is handling these times. As the owner of a food business empire that survived the 2008 crash, she’s anxious. However, as a food author who has long championed creative, healthy home cooking, she’s excited that the Irish are in the kitchen once more.What does Kemp predict for Irish restaurants’ future? How can we, as restaurant diners, help when the dust has settled? Plus, Kemp offers sanity tips for cooking while housebound and homeschooling, and explains why salt, butter, and anchovies are key. For more about Domini Kemp:  www.itsa.ie; theketogenickitchen.com Instagram: @dominikempTwitter: @dominikemp
Cookbooks mentioned:

Alison Roman, Nothing Fancy https://www.alisoneroman.com/nothing-fancy

Rozanne Gold, Radically Simple and Cooking 1-2-3 http://www.rozannegold.com/radically-simple

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Apr 01 2020 · 39mins

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#79 The Domini Kemp Episode

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Note: This interview was recorded in December 2019, before the Covid 19 emergency.


Hello Fellow Humans,


Another week in a global pandemic and what have we done? It’s still weird and uncomfortable for us all but if we all work together, apart we can help save lives and protect one another. All you have to do it sit tight and do nothing, well maybe listen to a podcast just like this one!


This week my brilliant guest is chef and business woman, Domini Kemp.


If you’ve been living under a bagel and never heard of the name, Domini Kemp, you’ve probably already eaten in one of her restaurants or cafes around Dublin. She is co-founder of Itsa group with her sister Peaches and launched the first Itsa Bagel on Abbey Street in 2000. She now owns Joe’s Coffee, Alchemy Juices, Hatch and Sons and Feast Catering Company. 


Domini was born in the Bahamas and moved to Ireland as a teenager and since then, all roads have been leading towards, talking to me. She was beside herself. We had a great chat about food culture in her house growing up, familial expectations, the logistics of starting a food business and mentoring prisoners.


I loved talking to Domini and she was the first guest to make me a flat white. What a treat. 


I hope you are looking after yourself during this weird time. 


Peace and love, 


Esther. 


FOLLOW, FOLLOW:


Look at my great pics on Insta here: https://www.instagram.com/esthertwonames/


Gently lol at my incredible tweets here: https://twitter.com/esthertwonames


The 80% is free to listen to but not to make. You can support the podcast here: https://www.patreon.com/esthertwonamesfan_landing=true


Subscribe to my free newsletter. I write a funny newsletter every two weeks and it is designed to make you loq (laugh out quietly). All you have to do it stick in your email address.

Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-80-with-esther-omoore-donohoe.

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Mar 30 2020 · 36mins
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#79 The Domini Kemp Episode

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Note: This interview was recorded in December 2019, before the Covid 19 emergency.


Hello Fellow Humans,


Another week in a global pandemic and what have we done? It’s still weird and uncomfortable for us all but if we all work together, apart we can help save lives and protect one another. All you have to do it sit tight and do nothing, well maybe listen to a podcast just like this one!


This week my brilliant guest is chef and business woman, Domini Kemp.


If you’ve been living under a bagel and never heard of the name, Domini Kemp, you’ve probably already eaten in one of her restaurants or cafes around Dublin. She is co-founder of Itsa group with her sister Peaches and launched the first Itsa Bagel on Abbey Street in 2000. She now owns Joe’s Coffee, Alchemy Juices, Hatch and Sons and Feast Catering Company. 


Domini was born in the Bahamas and moved to Ireland as a teenager and since then, all roads have been leading towards, talking to me. She was beside herself. We had a great chat about food culture in her house growing up, familial expectations, the logistics of starting a food business and mentoring prisoners.


I loved talking to Domini and she was the first guest to make me a flat white. What a treat. 


I hope you are looking after yourself during this weird time. 


Peace and love, 


Esther. 


FOLLOW, FOLLOW:


Look at my great pics on Insta here: https://www.instagram.com/esthertwonames/


Gently lol at my incredible tweets here: https://twitter.com/esthertwonames


The 80% is free to listen to but not to make. You can support the podcast here: https://www.patreon.com/esthertwonamesfan_landing=true


Subscribe to my free newsletter. I write a funny newsletter every two weeks and it is designed to make you loq (laugh out quietly). All you have to do it stick in your email address.

Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-80-with-esther-omoore-donohoe.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 30 2020 · 36mins

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Feb 22 2020 ·
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BD Now! 038 Domini Kemp "The Ketogenic Kitchen"

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This remarkable book is a must-read if you have any concerns about improving your health or performance. While mainstream medicine continues to deny the effectiveness - - and even the safety! - - of the ketogenic diet, a nutritionist (Patricia Daly) and a practical celebrity chef (Domini Kemp) - - both cancer survivors - - have researched the sensible nutritional science behind the effectiveness of the keto diet and have given us a beautiful book full of delicious recipes and meal plans that keep being low carb or ketogenic an easy and delicious thing to do!

Domini is the co-author with nutritional therapist Patircia Daly of The Ketogenic Kitchen the first comprehensive ketogenic cookbook based on exciting new research on nutritional approaches to the prevention and management of cancer. This is a must-have cookbook for people with cancer or who want to prevent cancer, written by a practicing research nutritionist and a progressive chef who both use low-carohydrate diets to support their own recovery from cancer. It's beautiful book, full of nutritional information, inspiration and delicious recipes!

Domini is an award winning chef, food writer, and entrepreneur. In 2013, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and since then she has shifted her focus towards healthier eating. She changed her column in the Irish Times to focus on healthier recipes and opened Alchemy Juice Co., a juice and wholefoods cafe. The Ketogenic Kitchen is her fifth cookbook and is focused on nutrition and well-being through tastey and easy to prepare whole food recipes.

For decades, the ketogenic diet—which shifts the body’s metabolism from burning glucose to burning fat, lowering blood sugar and insulin and resulting in a metabolic state known as ketosis—has been used to successfully manage pediatric epilepsy. More recently, it has been used by the Paleo community as a performance and weight loss strategy and to promote metabolic health by reducing insulin resistance. Now emerging research suggests that a ketogenic diet, in conjunction with conventional treatments, also offers new hope for those coping with cancer and other serious disease.

The Ketogenic Kitchen is the cookbook that Domini and Patricia wished had existed when they first started managing their cancer recovery with a low carb high fat diet. The book gives advice we can trust because both of the author's are cancer survivors and attribute their survival to the concepts and recipes included in The Ketogenic Kitchen

May 30 2017 · 1hr 15mins
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9 — Domini Kemp

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Domini Kemp is without doubt one of the most influential leaders of the Irish food industry. As the head of the itsa group she drives one of the most innovative companies in the industry today. She speaks candidly about everything from horse riding to Michelin Star dining to bagels and everything in between.

"It was a bit of a circus...I had never worked in a Michelin star restaurant so from a front of house perspective I was very much landed in the deep end."

Jul 14 2016 · 58mins
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Domini Kemp

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This week Roisin meets Domini Kemp and discusses health and food.
Nov 29 2014 · 28mins