The definition of LOW-KEY BOSS, Lee Tran Lam is one of the most important voices in the wonderful world of Food.Lee Tran is a food writer, critic, podcaster and commentator, and is one of our favourite people.Her latest project, "New Voices on Food" & "Diversity in Food Media" is profound, important and inspiring. BUY IT NOW!VIVA LA DIVERSITE!!NOW FUCKING SUBSCRIBE!CHECK OUT LEE TRAN HEREhttps://somekindpress.com/products/new-voices-on-foodhttps://www.instagram.com/leetranlam/https://www.instagram.com/diversityinfoodmedia.au/The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry podcast: https://theunbearablelightnessofbeinghungry.com/category/podcast/SUBSCRIBE TO MARY'S TV HERE:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmgS...Supported by MARY'Shttps://www.marys69.com/https://www.instagram.com/marysgetfathttps://www.facebook.com/MarysNewtown/THE LANSDOWNE HOTELhttps://www.instagram.com/thelansdowne/https://thelansdownepub.com.au/https://www.facebook.com/thelansdowne/P&V WINE MERCHANTShttps://pnvmerchants.com/https://www.instagram.com/pnvmerchants/
Ep. 6 Part 2 - Lee Tran Lam (Freelance Journalist)
Lee Tran once did work experience with Dr. Karl at 15 years old, and more then 20 years later, Lee was able to interview him again about his experiences travelling the harsh Australian deserts and the time Dr. Karl's dad recognised someone after the war, who committed atrocities in concentration camps. Lee shares her experiences working for Good Food, and investigating the hidden costs of a restaurant including how much they spend a year on Aesop soaps, or the costs of replacing broken wine glasses. We finish by summing up her most valued experiences over the past 17 years in Journalism, and what the future looks like for Lee Tran. So be sure to tune in!Music by Charles FesterGo and follow @roots_hospitality on instagram for the latest info and soundbites from the latest guests.
Today on Roots Podcast, Lee Tran talks about the time she called Dan Barber a 'Wheat Nerd'; starting up her food podcast 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry' and what it was like interviewing Ben Shrewry (Attica), which turned into 14 hours worth of editing for the podcast! Over the past 2 decades, Lee Tran's enthusiasm for hospitality has turned into an immense collection of raw, but rich history of articles that have been shared through some of Australia's biggest publications including Gourmet Travellor, Sydney Morning Herald and Good Food. This episode is split into two parts. Tune into Roots Podcast for Lee Tran's full story and follow @roots_hospitality for the latest guest news and soundbite.Music by Charles Fester.
Episode 65: Melting Pot (with Lee Tran Lam and Michelle Rennex)
Food has been seen as a marker of "multiculturalism" for forever – we all know at least one old white guy who reckons his penchant for Chinese takeaway food absolves him of all racism. But the Western food industry – from what we deem as 'fine dining', to which critics' opinions we value, to what we see on-screen – is whitewashed AF. So food writer and radio host Lee Tran Lam started @diversityinfoodmedia.au, dedicated to shining a light on the many incredible people working in food in this country who aren’t straight white chef bros. We chat with Lee Tran about what led to launching that account, her experience navigating the industry over the years, and moving beyond the Ratatouille-style stereotype of the cranky white restaurant critic. Plus – did you watch Masterchef: Back To Win? The season just gone by has created a buzz like never before, with personal cultural stories being told on national, mainstream TV, not to mention Asian food cooked by Asian people AND judged by an Asian woman. Unheard of! Millie Roberts speaks to Junkee writer and avid Masterchef live-tweeter Michelle Rennex about why this season resonated so hard, and the limitations of this representation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We recorded this episode with one of our favourite regular guests Lee Tran Lam yesterday after lunch. On our ways home we received the news about our friend Jeremy Strode, an incredibly kind and generous chef who passed away early this week. He's someone who has appeared on the show in our early days and has probably inspired almost every other guest we've had on since. We'll speak about Jeremy and his legacy many, many times in the future but Mitch and I decided to record a short intro over the phone that we added to this episode this morning. Rest in peace Jeremy. Our love to his family, friends and fans. After our short, badly recorded intro, our episode with Lee Tran Lam begins. We talk about Australian junk food, women in the food industry, Master of None and how good Momofuku Seiobo is. Make sure you check out Lee Tran's podcast The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry! FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOKINSTAGRAM / LEVINS / MITCHTWITTER: LEVINS / MITCH - The Mitchen is a podcast about food in Sydney, hosted by Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr. Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to start reading something we're missing out on. Email us at email@example.com or find us at facebook.com/themitchen. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 55: Steaks And Bladders (with Lee Tran Lam)
The Mitchen with Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr
Lee Tran Lam, the host of Sydney's far more professional food podcast The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry, joins us to discuss 72 year war rations, the 50 best restaurants in the world, Netflix's recent food programming and the benefits of cooking food in bladders. Plus, we check back in with the Suey Sins saga. - The Mitchen is a podcast about food in Sydney, hosted by Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr. Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to start reading something we're missing out on. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us at facebook.com/themitchen. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lee Tran Lam is a podcaster, writer and sometime zine-maker
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Lee Tran Lam has written for many magazines including HQ (vale), Rolling Stone and Time Out Sydney. She has a website The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry and a podcast of the same name where she interviews everyone she wants to speak with in the Sydney food scene and beyond. Lee Tran also hosts Local Fidelity on Sydney's FBi Radio. Oh, and you can always catch Lee Tran at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art's zine fair.https://twitter.com/leetranlamhttps://www.instagram.com/leetranlam/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Who you gonna call fam? We saw the new Ghostbusters movie and so did our mate Lee Tran Lam, food writer and host of food podcast The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry. Together we review the movie, plus do a recap of TV we’ve watched recently - including Mr Robot, Silicon Valley and Game of Thrones (which LTL tries to convince us to watch). Plus, we accidentally give a very helpful guide to streaming services in Australia! Hey Fam is a weekly pop culture podcast hosted by good pals Andrew Levins and Angus Truskett, reviewing the latest in movies, TV and video games with regular guests from Sydney’s comedy and arts scene. Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to check out something we’re missing out on. Email us at email@example.com or find us at facebook.com/heyfampodcast. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lee Tran Lam from The Unbearable Lightness Of Being Hungry
The Vincast - a wine podcast with The Intrepid Wino
Lee Tran Lam was ahead of the curve as far as food communication on several occasions. The first was when she started her own food blog about nine years ago, simply to chronicle her own journey of discovery in the world of food and dining. The second was to launch a podcast about food and dining, profiling some of the most exciting chefs and food people in Sydney. Considering she hosts what I consider to be the food equivalent of The Vincast – The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry – I thought it a great opportunity to find out what her experiences and influences are on this episode of the podcast.
Episode 28: Live From The MCA (with Pat Nourse, Dan Hong, Lee Tran Lam & Giovanni Paradiso)
The Mitchen with Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr
We recorded a live episode in front of an audience at the MCA Artbar at the end of April, with special guests Pat Nourse (Gourmet Traveller), Lee Tran Lam (The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry, Good Food), Dan Hong (Mr Wong, Ms G's) and Giovanni Paradiso (10 William St, Fratelli Paradiso). Over the course of a pretty manic hour we have a carbonara battle, play a round of celebrity heads, ask each other a few hard hitting questions and get heckled by the audience for swearing too much. Thanks so much to Kate Scardifield and everyone at the MCA for setting it all up! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.