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The Stew

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The Stew is a weekly food podcast that's not always about food. Hosted by Jason Stewart, with Andre Canaparo & Chris Stewart

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The Stew is a weekly food podcast that's not always about food. Hosted by Jason Stewart, with Andre Canaparo & Chris Stewart

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118 Ratings
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The best food podcast?

By JaJaJaJaLaLaLaLa - Feb 27 2018
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The only food podcast that matters.

You guys are funny

By Keanelee715 - Feb 25 2018
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Great for listening while on the commute

iTunes Ratings

118 Ratings
Average Ratings
103
4
4
4
3

The best food podcast?

By JaJaJaJaLaLaLaLa - Feb 27 2018
Read more
The only food podcast that matters.

You guys are funny

By Keanelee715 - Feb 25 2018
Read more
Great for listening while on the commute
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The Stew

Updated 2 days ago

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The Stew is a weekly food podcast that's not always about food. Hosted by Jason Stewart, with Andre Canaparo & Chris Stewart

Rank #1: Equinox, Chicken RIce, Roccbox Pizza Oven

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This week Jason & Andre sit down for a hot LA summer day to chat about potato chips, aqua fresca, chicken rice, the Roccbox pizza oven, Mexican coke, Equinox Gym, and so much more!

Jul 08 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #2: Adrianna Adarme of A Cozy Kitchen

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Adrianna Adarme is a well known food writer responsible for the blog "A Cozy Kitchen," she's currently writing her first book, owns a corgi, and is an old friend of mine!  Chris and I chat with her about her Peruvian roots, cheez-its, eating Guinea pigs, her cook book, navigating a new food podcast, lame yelpers, the word "ethnic," the prim and proper world of food media, The Mind of A Chef, Nigella Lawson, Jennifer Lawrence's Feet, and Anthony Bourdain!

Oct 02 2014

1hr 7mins

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Rank #3: Lee Tilghman

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Lee Tilghman just moved from NY to LA recently, and has gained quite a following online for her healthy and beautiful creations.  This weekend she’s doing a breakfast pop up at famed LA restaurant “Alma” serving smoothie bowls, granolas, and other little treats that I’m eating right now.  We talk with her about how she got started, her favorite spots here in LA, learned some nutritional facts, in n out vs shake shack, working with Alma, and pop ups in general.

Apr 25 2015

1hr 2mins

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Rank #4: Thanksgiving Recap

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This week on The Stew our annual Thanksgiving recap, what we cooked, what we fucked up, what we’re gonna do with our leftovers, and we answer all your twitter and instagram question about coffee preparation, galettes, legs of lamb, new twists of shakshukas, deviled eggs, and so much more!

Nov 25 2017

1hr 31mins

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Rank #5: Korean Food with David Cho

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David Cho is a a really cool Korean guy who works at Grantland, does lots of cool things on the internet, has cool friends and loves food as much as we do.  We chat with him about all things Korean food, specializing in Los Angeles’ own Koreatown.

Feb 28 2015

1hr 21mins

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Rank #6: Barbecue chat with Trudy's Underground BBQ

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This week’s episode is all about barbecue, with our special guest Burt Bakman, the man behind Trudy’s Underground Barbecue, a donation based Texas style barbecue run out of his backyard here in LA. Burt has an amazing story of how he grew to be a top contender for making proper barbecue here in America.  We start off with some In N Out chat and end up on the best thing we ate all week.

Sep 16 2017

1hr 15mins

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Rank #7: Majordōmo & J Gold debates with Jordan Okun

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This week on The Stew we welcome Jordan Okun, a food writer based here in Los Angeles who is not only a talented eater, but a Stew fan, so he’s able to slide right in with Jason and Andre’s pod sensibilities. We chat about “MajorDomo," the new Momofuku restaurant here in LA, the bread at Cheesecake Factory, the best slice of Pizza in LA, Jonathan Gold still at the top? Grand Central Market, what’s a better idea for a first date, bar or restaurant, and so much more!

Jan 27 2018

1hr 42mins

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Rank #8: Alvin Cailan of Eggslut

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Alvin Cailan is the man behind the extremely popular LA breakfast spot Eggslut.  He was nice enough to come by The Stew and talk about his journey from humble beginnings all the way to owning multiple businesses, how eggslut went from a food truck to and overnight success, his new restaurant ventures, and a bunch more!  Solid fella.

Oct 10 2015

1hr 12mins

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Rank #9: Jonathan Gold Top 101 restaurants of LA breakdown

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This week the boys chat about the cold weather approaching, porridge recipes, postmates from the perspective of the restaurant, and more importantly we judge the Jonathan Gold top 101 restaurants of LA list.

Nov 07 2015

1hr 12mins

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Rank #10: Ari Taymor of Alma

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This week on The Stew our special guest is Ari Taymor from the restaurant Alma. Jason and Andre chat with him about sourcing fish, weightlifting diets, aging chicken, smoking meats, cooking proteins gently to mimic sousvide, trying to succeed as a small business, farmers market oddities, sustainability, pastry techniques, one food item we can’t live without, and the best thing we ate all week.

Aug 12 2017

1hr 30mins

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Rank #11: Mozzarella Sticks, Korean Potato Salad, Persian Lasagna

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This week Jason, Andre, and Stewie are all on board for a spirited chat about how to make a better mozzarella stick, disappointing fruit modifications, secret ingredients for Korean potato salad, prime rib cooking methods, Persian Lasagna, and the best thing we ate all week.

Jul 01 2017

1hr 1min

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Rank #12: It's The Real

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Sorry for the wait!  I’ve been very busy working on a lot of other food related things that are coming soon, but we’re back on track with some new episodes.   This was recorded last week on location in NYC where Jason sat down solo with Jeff & Eric Rosenthal from “It’s The Real” two super funny brothers born and raised in New York.  They have a new podcast called “A Waste Of Time” where they invite rappers to their upper west side apartment and cook them dinner.  I chat with them about all things new york food, bagels, fuku burgers, and so much more.

Jun 20 2015

1hr 11mins

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Rank #13: Stone Crab, Craft Services, Accidental Pizzas

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Jason and Andre have their friend Bob Zamudio over for a few beers and a chat about craft service meals on TV & Movie sets, what jason ate in Miami for Art Basel, we take some twitter questions from a few friends, and Bob drops a few recipe favorites!

Dec 12 2015

1hr 14mins

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Rank #14: Kate Green and Chris Stewart

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Kate Green is the assistant to Nancy Silverton, famed LA chef responsible for LA Brea Bakery, Mozza, Chi Spacca, etc.  Chris Stewart is Jason's twin brother who also works in the restaurant world, currently the general manager for Good Girl Dinette in Los Angeles.  Chris Chang is out of town this week so Jason talks to them about food name misconceptions, Cafe Gratitude, morning rituals, hospitality, the art of tipping, our childhood with food, and so much more!

Oct 09 2014

1hr 12mins

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Rank #15: Sweetgreen, SGV, Listener Questions

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This week on The Stew! we discuss a recent deep fry party, Jason shares an intimate moment at Sweetgreen, and a trip to the San Gabriel Valley for interesting finds at the Asian Market, plus we take a crack at some of your listener questions, unfortunately we have many more to sift through.

Apr 14 2018

1hr 31mins

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Rank #16: Huang's World, Cooking with pot, Alternative Milk

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This week on The Stew, Jason & Andre one on one podcast, we talk about: Huang’s World, store openings, a new alternative milk enters the ring, bbq bone broth, cooking with marijuana, matcha, and a few more things.

Sep 23 2017

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Rank #17: The New Yorker's Hannah Goldfield

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This week on The Stew we welcome Hannah Goldfield, food writer and critic for The New Yorker! Jason and Andre are proud to have guests who are accomplished and impressive now. We chat about how one acquires a job writing about food for the New Yorker as that is very interesting to us. We cover Toronto style bagels, all the food she’s been eating in LA, why the food here is better than NY, we talk listener questions that we’ve been meaning to tackle too, granola is mentioned, etc.

Mar 31 2018

1hr 32mins

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Rank #18: Marissa A. Ross

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Marissa A. Ross is the wine editor for bon appetit, writer of the book “Wine All The Time,” and a bunch of other stuff. She’s a great person and funny and was nice enough to come chat with Jason and Andre about weed, writers block, burritos, a very specific and involved hangover cure, the pleasures of splitting open a nice young thai coconut, and so much more!

Nov 18 2017

1hr 17mins

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Rank #19: Whole Foods, Meatloaf, Lemonade

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This week on The Stew, Jason and Andre crack a couple cold ones and chat about eating baseball peanuts inside a moving car and the pleasures that brings, how bad the restaurant Lemonade is, LocoL closing in Oakland, Whole Foods selling out to Amazon.com and what may come from that, stolen magazines from 1985, pineapple juice meatloaf killers, and some  interesting recipes we’ve been working on.

Jun 17 2017

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Rank #20: NYC with Food Book Fair

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This week on The Stew: Jason is in New York so Andre is absent, I’m joined by Amanda and Kim from the Food Book Fair, a food book fair that happens annually in New York, they also have a food podcast of their own on the Heritage Radio Network called Recommended Reading. We talk about tampon delivery services, a Grub Street article about the possibly failing cookbook publishing model, some sensual things and various twitter questions from you guys!

Jul 15 2017

1hr 9mins

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