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Interview with Legendary Chef Jacques Pepin

Eat My Globe

In this episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar , shares an in - depth conversation with one of the truly great figures in culinary history, Chef Jacques Pé pin . A chef whose career has taken him from being a young man in France, being mentored by an acolyte of Escoffier to his current position as the grandfather to American cuisine. It is a remarkable life story, and provides one of our favorite interviews so far on the podcast! Make sure to follow along every week and follow us on: Twitter: @EatMyGlobePcast Instagram: @EatMyGlobe Facebook: @EatMyGlobeOfficial Twitter: @SimonMajumdar Instagram: @SimonMajumdar Facebook: @SimonMajumdarPage LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-majumdar-2760156 Produced by: https://www.producergirlproductions.com

1hr 2mins

9 May 2022

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Cooking With Jacques Pepin And The Latest From Ukraine With Manny Marotta

News Nerds

This we’re back with another edition of the podcast. We’ll start off the show with a short summary of the latest news. Next we’ll talking to Manny Marotta, he’s an independent journalist who was reporting from Ukraine as Russia started its invasion. He’s now in the US, but this week he’s telling us how he got out of Ukraine - on foot. Later, we’ll be talking to renowned chef, author, and painter Jacques Pepin. That’s all this week. Ezra--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/newsnerds/message

33mins

24 Mar 2022

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Legendary Chef Jacques Pepin Talks About His Foundation, Cooking for Presidents, and his Close Friendship with Julia Child

EXCUSE ME, MAY I HAVE SOME MORE?!: The FoodCast with an Insatiable Appetite

It's a jam-packed season finale, as Brad chats with legendary chef Jacques Pepin about culinary education, food waste, and his close friendship with Julia Child, while Cristine discusses the holidays with Padma Lakshmi and Carla Hall. @ExcuseFoodCast IG: ExcuseMeFoodCast

1hr 3mins

16 Dec 2021

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December 1, 2021: Pat Thurston: Jacques Pepin

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Legendary Chef Jacques Pepin joins the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

36mins

1 Dec 2021

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Empowering Communities Through Culinary Education: Rollie Wesen & Jacques Pepin Foundation

Making Room by Gather

A few weeks ago, we had the incredible privilege of welcoming Jacques Pepin on the podcast to talk about his life and legacy. Today we are turning the spotlight to further discuss the work he so passionately and generously pursues through the Jacques Pepin Foundation. To have this conversation we welcomed on the JPF executive director, and Jacques Son-in-law, Rollie Wesen. Through this episode you will learn about the ways community kitchens are being used to empower and give opportunity to those with high barriers of entry into society. You will see how powerful collaboration is and what is being done coast to coast through the non-profits that the JPF supports. Here at Gather, we are so passionate about this work because about 5 years ago, Gather started as a life skill training program based in my home kitchen half way across the world in Chiang Mai Thailand. We were working to assist at-risk youth re-enter society through baking and mentorship in the kitchen.  While we have moved back stateside and evolved from this specific model, we are committed through all we do to bring awareness to the power of the kitchen, its ability to heal, open doors of opportunity & bring communities together. Through all we do, our goal is is to support this work being done around the world through education and finances to see that these programs have all they need to continue with strength! Join us in the conversation with Rollie Wesen, and if you are compelled, join us also in giving towards their nationwide, community-shifting work. Follow the Jacques Pepin Foundation at: https://jp.foundation@jacquespepinfoundationFollow the work of the non-profits mentioned in this episode at: Wholesome WaveCommunity ServingsSouthside Community Land Trust Sign up for workshops with Jacques! Become a MemberLearn to Cook With Jacques

43mins

1 Dec 2021

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Holiday Wrapped: Jacques Pepin & Community Colllab

Industry Night with Nycci Nellis

The Hill Center is a true gem in this city. A cultural and arts nonprofit that was disconnected from it’s community (like many others) during the height of the pandemic. What does a community center do when they can’t serve in their original capacity? They get creative! On the next Industry Night, Bonny Wolf, Bonnie Benwick, Bill Schindler, and, Marianne Tshihamba, talk their collab, A Taste of Hill Center: Recipes from our Community Table. But first, the one & only Chef Jacques Pepin pops on air to talk with Nycci.

52mins

24 Nov 2021

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Inspiring a Generation W/ Jacques Pepin

Making Room by Gather

If you take the time to look back through the past 50 years, American cooking has developed exponentially. With this the technique, ingredients and approach to everyday cooking in the home has evolved as well. At the lead of this was a group of formidable chefs, among them, Jacques Pepin. Along with these chefs, Pepin lead culture into a new way of approaching food in the restaurant industry and everyday table alike. With attention essential basic technique, and inspired by his international training, Jacques became a name that has made it's way into all of our homes. From his well loved cooking shows to his family-favorite cookbooks, Jacques has transformed American food culture and the way we approach time in the kitchen across multiple generations. Through this conversation you will feel inspired by his profound wisdom for the everyday chef, laugh at his wit and left awestruck by his life and legacy! For the longtime chef and the novice in the kitchen alike, this rich dialogue will be one you want to pull up a seat for! Here is a little more about our guest and friend, Jacques Pepin: Born in 1935 in Bourg-en-Bresse, France, near Lyon, Pépin always found the kitchen to be a place of both comfort and excitement. He helped in his parents’ restaurant, Le Pélican, and at age 13, began an apprenticeship at the Grand Hôtel de L’Europe. He subsequently worked in Paris, ultimately serving as personal chef to three French heads of state, including Charles de Gaulle. After moving to the United States in 1959, Pépin first worked at Le Pavillon, an historic French restaurant in New York City. From 1960 to 1970, he was director of research and new development for Howard Johnson’s and developed recipes for the restaurant chain. At the same time, he earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Columbia University. Pépin is a former columnist for The New York Times and his articles have appeared in countless food magazines, particularly Food & Wine and author of 30 cookbooks, including the renowned classic La Technique, his biography The Apprentice and most recently A Grandfather’s Lessons. In 2017, he was honored with a feature film documentary of his life in the American Masters series: The Art of the Craft. He is the recipient of honorary doctorate degrees from five American universities and was awarded France’s highest civilian honor, La Légion d’Honneur, in 2004, as well as the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres in 1997 and the Mérite Agricole in 1992. He has received 16 James Beard Foundation Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. In 2015, he received the American Public Television’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the inaugural Julia Child Award, which was presented to him at The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. A longtime close friend of Julia Child, he starred with her in a PBS series called Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home, which won both an Emmy Award and a James Beard Foundation Award in 2001. For the past 30 years, Pépin has taught in the Culinary Arts Program at Boston University and, since 1989, he has served as dean of special programs at the International Culinary Center in New York City. He has called Connecticut home since 1975. 

56mins

26 Oct 2021

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In the Kitchen with Jacques Pepin

Amy's Table

Amy chats with the one and only Jacques Pepin. His book, Heart and Soul celebrates his 60 years in the kitchen along with his culinary history and travel experiences.

12mins

29 Sep 2021

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Home Cooking with Jacques Pepin and Klancy Miller

The New Yorker Radio Hour

For generations of cooks, Jacques Pépin has been the master. Early in his career he cooked for eminences like Charles DeGaulle, and was offered a job at the White House. But after a serious car accident ended his time in restaurants, Pépin remade a new career as a teacher, cookbook author, chef, and broadcaster. On television—at first alongside his friend Julia Child—he brought the gospel of French cooking into so many American homes, at a time when there was no other fine cuisine. At eighty-five, he is still active on Facebook Live, with a notably humble variety of use-what-you-got cooking that’s well suited to the pandemic era. Pépin consented to a one-on-one lesson with David Remnick, a cooking novice, and together they tackled the subtle art of making a crêpe. Plus, Klancy Miller, the author of “Cooking Solo,” talks with the food correspondent Helen Rosner about her underlying philosophy: you should treat yourself as well as you would treat anyone else.

32mins

24 Aug 2021

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Turkey Confidential with Jacques Pepin, Samin Nosrat and More

The Splendid Table

Francis Lam hosts the 2020 pre-recorded edition of our popular Thanksgiving show. Francis is joined by special guests Samin Nosrat, Chef Michael Solomonov, Jacques Pépin, Nora McInerny, and Sohla El-Waylly to answer your pre-recorded questions. Broadcast dates for this episode: November 26, 2020

1hr 56mins

26 Nov 2020

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