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Kristina Cho

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Mooncakes & Milk Bread | Kristina Cho

Cookery by the Book

25 Oct 2021

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Bakery Boxes with Kristina Cho

Smart Mouth

Chinese baking is both ancient and brand-new. And those pink pastry boxes? They're from the 1970s. Even if you remember it differently. Listen to Smart Mouth: iTunes • Google Podcasts • Stitcher • Spotify • RadioPublic • TuneIn • Libsyn Check out all our episodes so far here. If you like, pledge a buck or two on Patreon. Smart Mouth newsletter Smart Mouth IG Katherine Twitter Mooncakes & Milk Bread Kristina IG Useful Smart Mouth merch! Use code shipshiphooray! for free shipping. Sources: LA Times LA Times Eater SF Kidding Around Greenville Gothamist Chowhound Check out: Gayest Episode Ever


22 Sep 2021

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Mooncake Magic with Kristina Cho

The Crumb - Bake from Scratch

Brian and Kyle Grace talk with Kristina Cho about the delicious world of Asian baking. Kristina brings us right into Mid-Autumn Festival with her first cookbook release: Mooncakes & Milk Bread: Sweet and Savory Recipes Inspired by Chinese Bakeries. From gao (cakes and tarts) to tangzhong-crafted milk bread, this book will have you making a dash to your nearest Asian grocer. Plus, Kristina offers some tips on making mooncakes, a classic dessert served during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Warning: be prepared to become obsessed with Hong Kong-style French toast. Special links from this episode: Get Kristina’s new cookbookMilk Bread RecipeA special thank-you to our sponsors for this episode, Red Star, C&H Sugar, and Kerrygold Butter. Check out their products! Follow Bake from Scratch: Instagram: @thebakefeed Website: bakefromscratch.com Follow Kristina on Instagram: @eatchofoodFollow Brian on Instagram: @brianharthoffman 


21 Sep 2021

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Building Your Brand Through Real Connection with Kristina Cho

The Experiential Table

I’m wrapping up our 3-part interview series with food business owners who are creating online experiences to grow their brand. Today, I am thrilled to chat with Kristina Cho, the blogger behind Eat Cho Food. Isn’t that the best blog name ever?In this episode, Kristina shares her perspective on creating real connection, both online and offline. In just a few short years of building her blog, she has been able to successfully define her niche and foster an engaging audience not only on social media but also in her signature workshops. In fact, she had already ventured into the world of teaching in-person cooking classes before moving online due to COVID-19. If you’re wanting to build a stronger brand presence, whether through offline or online experiences, then this episode will be RIGHT up your alley. SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW:Want to support The Experiential Table? If you are loving our episodes, then the best thing you can do is subscribe, rate, and review our podcast! This will help our show reach more people just like you, so we can all create experiences that are meaningful and memorable.HELPFUL LINKS:Connect with Kristina on Eat Cho Food: Website + InstagramJoin The Experiential Table Facebook groupRead our Episode TranscriptGet to know Hidden Rhythm on Instagram


30 Jun 2020

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Learning and Loving to Cook with Kristina Cho

Handling It Podcast

This week I'm chatting with Kristina Cho, creator of the food blog "Eat Cho Food" and professional chef and baker. We'll be talking all about her journey with cooking, ways to make cooking and baking fun, and she'll even reveal some of her favorite savory dishes and sweets. Make sure you grab a snack before hitting play, because this episode will for sure make your tummy growl!! Follow Kristina's JourneyInstagram: @eatchofoodWebsite: https://eatchofood.com/


29 Mar 2020