NOLA Famous host Tatum Gardner and special cohost Sean Rivera, aka Foodie Patutie, sip on Urban South beers while interviewing one of the best chefs ever to cook in the Crescent City, the one and only Tory McPhail of Commanders' Palace.
On volume three of the mini-series, we talk to Chef of about the food and culture of New Orleans, including Creole and Cajun cooking, and ’s infamous Turtle Soup🐢. Plus we learn how to prep gumbo, and hear about a special dish with hog jowls.
As Executive Editor of Wine Enthusiast Magazine and WineMag.com, Susan Kostrzewa oversees all editorial planning content and tasting programs. She discusses the magazine's annual 100 Best Wine Restaurant list and covering the industry. Tory McPhail "commands the kitchen" as the award-winning Executive Chef at Commander's Palace in New Orleans since 2002, where dining memories are created every day. He discusses his approach to running a kitchen team and shares a few memories of Ella BrennanThis show is broadcast live on Wednesday's at 2PM ET on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
Commander's Palace is the most famous restaurant in New Orleans, which makes it one of the most famous in the U.S. Katherine talks with its executive chef, Tory McPhail, about life as a young chef, coming up through the ranks, and the differences between Cajun and Creole. Please subscribe to (and rate & review) this podcast in iTunes or the Podcasts app so you never miss an episode! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/smart-mouth/id1171755407?mt www.facebook.com/smartmouthpodcast/ www.instagram.com/smartmouthpodcast/
This week on Chef’s Story, Dorothy meets up with Tory McPhail, executive chef of Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, Louisiana. She asks him about growing up in a small town in Washington, and how his passion for cooking led him to travel the country to explore different cultures and culinary worlds. Tune in to hear Tory’s full story! This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods Market. Today’s music has been provided by Dead Stars. Image from Cooking Light “I thought I really knew how to cook and I understood what good flavors were all about, but coming down to New Orleans I didn’t know a thing about what great food really was.” [9:15] Tory McPhail on Chef’s Story