In this episode, we honor the late chef Floyd Cardoz, who tragically passed away in March 2020 due to complications with COVID-19. Floyd revolutionized Indian cuisine and paved a way for many South Asians to join the food industry. The entire culinary world mourns his loss. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Barkha Cardoz: Making Masalas to Remember Floyd Cardoz
Join us for a conversation with Barkha Cardoz, wife of the late Chef Floyd Cardoz and architect of the new line of Floyd Cardoz Legacy Masalas in partnership with Ethan's spice company Burlap & Barrel. Barkha received her culinary training at The Institute of Hotel management in Mumbai, India and worked in the Development department at St. Peter’s Preparatory School in Jersey City, NJ. With her husband, she managed their Bombay Bread Bar in New York City from 2016 to 2019 and oversaw fundraising events for The Young Scientist Foundation, founded in 2011 with Floyd’s $110,000 Top Chef Masters win. Barkha is currently the Managing Member of Cardoz Legacy LLC, where she actively executes ongoing legacy projects including the FC + B&B Collaboration Masala spice line.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Why Food? by becoming a member!Why Food? is Powered by Simplecast.
SPECIAL REPORT #26: Dan Kluger on Quarantine Lessons & Remembering Floyd Cardoz
Andrew Talks to Chefs
Dan Kluger of New York City's Loring Place restaurant reflects on the lessons he's learned during quarantine, and remembers his late friend, the great chef Floyd Cardoz, whom we lost last month to coronavirus-related complications. A conversation about considering how we spend our time, and appreciating the influence and impressions others leave on us, and that in turn we can have on others.Please consider supporting Andrew Talks to Chefs via our Patreon page--pledge $10 or more per month and gain access to bonus, patron-only episodes, blog posts, polls, and more. Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information. To support the employees of Loring Place, please contribute to their relief fund.
Chef Floyd Cardoz tribute by Brian Tellis & Denzil Smith with Hrishi K
The HrishiKay Sessions
Chef Floyd Cardoz who founded & ran the famous restaurants in New York City - Table, North End Grill, White Street Restaurant plus founded the very impressive Bombay Canteen in Mumbai city is no more. A victim of Covid19. This is a tribute to him & his legacy by HrishiKay. His childhood friends & dear friends of the family - Brian Tellis ( the RadioOne Presenter & entrepreneur ) & Denzil Smith ( the theatre personality ) speak to the K Man about the legacy of the great chef who also won Season 3 of the famous “Top Chef Masters” tv show & was a published author. Happy Listening! Thanks for listening. Should you want to experience more ….for starters hit “subscribe” / “follow” and check out more episodes & be notified when further sessions go up! If ur looking for Hrishi across media & social networking then here goes: Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/hrishikay Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/hrishikay Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/hrishikayYoutube : https://www.youtube.com/hrishikeshkannan Soundcloud : https://www.soundcloud.com/hrishikay
Ep 4: Chef Kelly English on the tragic passing of Floyd Cardoz, and how Hurricane Katrina prepared him for COVID-19
Restaurants Fighting Covid
Restaurant Iris - 2146 Monroe Ave — Memphis, TN — 901 590-2828The Second Line - 2144 Monroe Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38104 901.590.2829https://www.restaurantiris.com/http://www.secondlinememphis.com/Instagram - @jkellyenglishTwitter - @kelly_englishKelly English is owner and head chef at Iris, a fine-dining French-Creole restaurant, and The Second Line, a more casual restaurant serving New Orleans staples, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was named "Best New Chef" by Food & Wine Magazine in 2009.
S3 EP9: Brian Koppelman Joins the Pod... Remembering Chef Floyd Cardoz
The NotAFoodie Podcast
by- Mike Miranti Hello to all of our Fans (editors note- fans???!!!),Last week Tom and I were able to land an interview with the incredible Brian Koppelman. We have been pumped up about it all week and really believe that this is our best episode, but sometimes in life with great happiness comes great pain and we have to first speak about Chef Floyd Cardoz.Today Chef Cardoz passed away from COVID-19 related illness. I had never had the pleasure of meeting Chef Cardoz but I have only heard incredible things. A friend of mine who worked for him at Northend Grill said he left the job as soon as he learned that Chef was going to open his own place. Tom shared some really nice moments of when he first went to Tabla. In other food news, some of New York City’s top Restauranteurs (Andrew Carmellini, Tom Colicchio, Danny Meyer, Missy Robbins, Marcus Samuelsson, and Adam Saper) penned an Op-Ed in the New York Times about how Washington absolutely needs to bail out American restaurants. You can read it hereLastly, the Brian Koppelman interview is amazing. I am never someone who is at a loss for words and I just wanted to listen to him speak forever. I really don’t want to spoil anything but we found out what his favorite food scene in a movie is and it will definitely surprise you.Thank you all for your continued support,Mike Miranti
Honoring Floyd Cardoz, Vendors During Quarantine, Instant Pots Are Stupid, and Regrowing Scallions | The Dave Chang Show
The Dave Chang Show
Dave pays his respects to the late, great Floyd Cardoz, who passed away on March 25, 2020, due to complications from contracting COVID-19 (0:57). Then, he calls up Majordomo Media head of creative Chris Ying to discuss the importance of protecting vendors in the COVID-19 era (10:20), the undeniable stupidity of the Instant Pot fad (39:34), a valuable lesson that can be learned from the survivalist trick of regrowing scallions (53:40), and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
SPECIAL REPORT #5: Kat Kinsman on Putting on Your Kitchen Pants, and Remembering Floyd Cardoz with Chandra Ram
Andrew Talks to Chefs
From her Chefs with Issues program to her personal consultations with countless people in the restaurant industry to her myriad writings and her own Communal Table podcast, Kat Kinsman is a leading voice for mental health among hospitality professionals. Kat and Andrew discuss coping mechanisms traditional and non- and how they might be employed at this challenging time, and manage to have an unlikely laugh or two along the way.Also, on the day we lost chef Floyd Cardoz, Plate magazine's Chandra Ram shares a few thoughts about this important chef.Our great thanks to S.Pellegrino for making these special reports possible.Please visit our support organization of the day, Kat Kinsman's Chefs with Issues.LINKSAndrew Talks to Chefs official websiteCommunal Table (Kat's Food + Wine podcast)Industry United Facebook groupA Balanced GlassCHOW (Colorado)Calm appPersonal Mise en PlaceInsight TimerHeadspaceCramer Care
Our friend Bobby McFarland once worked for Chef Floyd Cardoz in New York. Floyd was Bobby's mentor and taught him how to be a great cook. On our journey to up north for "New York Week", Bobby reached out to Floyd to ask if we could interview him for our podcast. Not only did he agree, but he invited us to his home. His wife made us tea, we pet his dog, he gave us the best tasting asparagus from his garden. It was unreal. Floyd Cardoz passed away today, reportedly from the COVID virus. Our hearts are broken and there is a sense of helplessness occurring. Our instinct is to remember Floyd today, by re-releasing our interview with him from August 2nd, 2018. Rest in Peace Chef...