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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christina Tosi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christina Tosi, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christina Tosi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christina Tosi, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 5: Christina Tosi's Milk Bar Pie

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Welcome to Two Many Cooks! This week we're joined by a very special guest, Grace's sister, JoAnna. We discuss Christina Tosi's Milk Bar Pie and yes, of course, there's a debate about butter. Is this just a butter podcast now? Probably.

Join us for a conversation about cholesterol, potions class, and how to smuggle sourdough starter! The recipe we all used can be found here: https://milkbarstore.com/blogs/recipes/milk-bar-pie

Our next episode will be up next week to prepare for Turkey Day, or for many of our listeners, Chicken Day! We've heard from a lot of you that you won't be making a traditional turkey this year, so we're turning to Grace's family's go-to roast chicken recipe by the Contessa herself, Ina Garten. Recipe for next week (yep! next week!) can be found here: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/perfect-roast-chicken-recipe-1940592
Spoiler: this is a 3-step recipe, you're welcome :)

We'd love to hear your feedback on these recipes and more. You can email us at TwoManyCooksPod@gmail or reach out on Twitter and Instagram @TwoManyCooksPod.
Nov 16 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Milk Bar's Christina Tosi on the joy of baking

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Pastry chef and Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi discusses how she got into baking as child, turning to Instagram Live during the coronavirus lockdown and using baked goods as a way to connect with people with "CBS This Morning" correspondent Vladimir Duthiers. In her fourth and latest cookbook, "Milk Bar: Kids Only," Tosi is hoping to inspire a new generation of young bakers. She believes "baked goods are invitations into people's lives." and "opportunities to share joy, heart and emotion."

Nov 05 2020 · 34mins

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No Fear, Christina Tosi Baking is Here

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Baking has never been as fun or approachable as when Christina Tosi talks about it. She loves the nerdy science side of it just as much as she loves using those basic ingredients we all know from our childhoods. She inspires the heck out of us and we're sharing all the lessons we've learned from her. Remember- baking and food is a form of creativity and there is plenty of fun to be had.

Be sure to check out Christina on the new season of The Chef Show, which we reference throughout this episode.


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Sep 28 2020 · 44mins
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Showing Up with Milk Bar Founder Christina Tosi

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Milk Bar Founder Christina Tosi joins the Manifestor Mindset to discuss how she's showing up for people during coronavirus, the ways that Milk Bar has adapted to continue bringing joy to its customers, and the lessons that she'll take with her from these difficult times. (Disclaimer: I am an investor in Milk Bar.)

Jun 10 2020 · 54mins
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Relationships with Christina Tosi and Will Guidara

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The best way to learn more about what it takes to build a great relationship is to spend time with people who have a great relationship. That’s why I called my favorite couple - Christina Tosi, founder of Milk Bar, and Will Guidara, co-founder of Eleven Madison Park and the Welcome Conference. Everything the three of us talked about sparked new insights into what it means to have and build a great relationship. Take a listen and enjoy A Bit of Optimism.

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Jun 01 2020 · 36mins
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How I Built Resilience: Live with Christina Tosi and Gary Erickson & Kit Crawford

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Since March, only five of Milk Bar's 18 locations have been up and running, but founder Christina Tosi tells Guy she is determined to bring the joy of baking to the doorsteps of family, friends, and healthcare workers. Gary Erickson and Kit Crawford have donated more than 3 million Clif Bars to doctors and nurses during the COVID-19 crisis. They tell Guy about the importance of morale when running an essential business during a pandemic. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience series, where Guy talks online with founders and entrepreneurs about how they're navigating these turbulent times.
May 07 2020 · 30mins
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Quick Cap #4: The Affair's Real Life Dual Narratives, Christina Tosi and PFW's first live event!

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Quick Cap #4: The Affair's Real Life Dual Narratives, Christina Tosi and PFW's first live event!

  • The theme of this episode is “adaptation”. We’re talking about a number of news items involving novels being adapted for the big and small screen and how we personally adapted to do our first Pop Fiction Women live event (at :28)
  • The Affair. We discuss the explosive story around conflicting accounts from show creator Sarah Treem and star Ruth Wilson about whether a toxic work environment existed on set at The Affair. The two articles (linked below) read like an episode of the show with different points of view and the complete lack of an objective truth. (at 1:30)
  • The Woman in The Window Trailer is out. The movie looks creepy and so is A.J. Finn’s sketchy recitation of his personal past. It stars Amy Adams and Julianne Moore, who are amazing, but we’re not sure if they are enough of a draw to get us into the theatre for this one. (At 14:30)
  • Megan Abbott’s TV adaptation of Dare Me is a bonanza of women in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Women are in total control of this story and we are so here for it. (At 18:14)
  • Christina Tosi, the brilliant baker and founder of MilkBar, has us totally inspired, not just by her delicious creations, but more importantly by her hustle, determination and ability to adapt. She is most comfortable when she is uncomfortable and we couldn’t agree more! (At 22:08)
  • Pop Fiction Women had our first live event! Talk about adapting, on very short notice, we hosted a screening of Love Actually at the Wing in NYC. We talked about the movie, the podcast, and most importantly, we survived our first live chat to tell you all about it (31:00)

Stay Complicated!

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Ruth Wilson and The Hollywood Reporter

Sarah Treem on Deadline

Megan Abbott Wants You To Feel Everything

Christina Tosi Uses Her Whole Brain



Jan 29 2020 · 37mins
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Live Episode! Milk Bar: Christina Tosi

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For Christina Tosi, baking wasn't just a delicious childhood hobby – it was a daily creative outlet and a way to blow off steam. After college, she went to culinary school and honed her pastry technique at high-end restaurants in NYC. But she also craved the opportunity to make unfussy, nostalgic desserts like the ones she grew up eating. So in 2008, Christina opened her first Milk Bar bakery in the East Village, with the help of her mentor, Momofuku chef David Chang. Soon, people from around the country were calling her up, begging for her gooey pies, confetti birthday cakes, and pretzel-potato-chip cookies. Today, Milk Bar has spread to 16 locations, and reportedly brings in tens of millions of dollars a year. This show was recorded live at The Town Hall in New York City.
Oct 14 2019 · 1hr 7mins
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Christina Tosi: Milk Bar Founder and CEO

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Before Christina Tosi started Milk Bar—the trendy bakery known for its covetable, playful desserts—she was studying math and Italian in college with dreams of becoming a mathematician, a UN translator, or a perhaps a truck driver (yes, really). "I like to be uncomfortable," the entrepreneur tells Hillary Kerr on this episode of Second Life. Drawn to restaurant life with a passion for baking, Tosi moved on from her mathematical endeavors to pursue cooking at culinary school and (with a lot of hard work) went on to found her very own wildly successful bakery. Here's how she made it happen.

Originally broadcast on November 19, 2018.

Sep 09 2019 · 51mins
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778 Turn Your Creative Passion into a Thriving Business with Christina Tosi

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I’m not a distance runner.
When I run, the first few minutes are easy. But after a mile, it starts to hurt.
I can either stop there, or I can keep going.
When I push through the adversity, I feel like I can run forever. I hit the zone where it doesn’t hurt anymore.
The same thing happens in life.
You have to keep giving it your best even when it’s hard. You have to know that something great is waiting for you on the other side.
Everything you’re going through now is paving the way for success in your future.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about passion and hard work with a woman who revolutionized the dessert industry: Christina Tosi.
Christina Tosi is a chef, author, and television personality. She is the founder and owner of Milk Bar, the sister bakery to the Momofuku restaurant group, and just opened her seventeenth store. Christina is the recipient of several awards and was featured on a list of "Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink" by Food and Wine Magazine in 2014.
Christina shares that every time she gets close to a goal, she raises the bar a little higher.
She is always growing and always learning.
So get ready to learn how to find your true passion and share your gifts on Episode 778.
Some Questions I Ask:
Can you tell us the story of how Milk Bar came to be? (12:00)
How did you learn how to scale your business? (24:00)
What’s your vision for Milk Bar? (31:00)
How do you continue to reinvent the dream (34:00)
What’s the worst voice you have in your head, and what’s the best voice (39:00)
Do you think you’d be as driven as you are if you weren’t critical of yourself? (42:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
About filming Netflix’s Chef’s Table (8:00)
The lie of the “overnight success” (10:00)
How David Chang influenced Christina (15:00)
The problem of “knowing too much” (29:00)
How working out can help you in business and life (37:00)
Why you can’t use outside approval to measure success (43:00)
Apr 01 2019 · 1hr 1min