The Shift List

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

34 episodes of The Shift List since the first episode, which aired on September 17th, 2018.

  • P. Franco + Bright - London

    January 22nd, 2019  |  Season 1  |  22 mins 34 secs
    food podcast, london, natural wine, p. franco, phil bracey, wine, wine bar

    Phil Bracey is not a chef, but rather the manager of P. Franco, a neighborhood wine shop, bar, and makeshift restaurant in Northeast London's Clapton neighborhood. Along with Bright, a new restaurant that opened nearby las May, Phil was instrumental in P. Franco being named Restaurant of the Year by London Eater in 2017.

  • Ramael Scully (Scully, Ottolenghi) London

    January 15th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  12 mins 29 secs
    food podcasts, london, london food, music podcasts, ottolenghi, ramael scully, scully, yotam ottolenghi

    A veteran of chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s venerable Ottolenghi and Nopi restaurants, Ramael Scully opened his first restaurant "Scully" back in March of 2018 with the backing and support Chef Ottolenghi himself.

  • Honey & Co - London

    January 8th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  22 mins 59 secs
    chefs, honey & co, israeli food, itamar srulovich, kitchen music, london, middle eastern food, music

    Itamar Srulovich is an Israeli born chef who co-founded Honey & Co with his wife, Sarit Packer, back in 2012. Itamar is the music lover between he and Sarit, so he sat down for this interview, which includes music from Israel, Egypt, Nigeria, the UK, and the US.

  • Nonesuch - Oklahoma City, OK

    December 19th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  18 mins 28 secs
    best new restaurant 2018, bgs, bon appetit, colin stringer, jeremy wolfe, nonesuch, okc, oklahoma city

    Colin Stringer and Jeremy Wolfe are two of the three chef/founders of Nonesuch in Oklahoma City, an intimate 22-seat restaurant that focuses on cooking with ingredients that come exclusively from their native Oklahoma.

  • Jose Salazar - Cincinnati (Salazar, Mitas)

    December 12th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  11 mins 25 secs
    cincinnati, food podcasts, jose salazar, latin food, mitas, music podcasts, salazar, samba

    Jose Salazar is a chef and restauranter based in Cincinnati Ohio. Originally based in Queens, he got his start in restaurants around New York, most notably working with Chef Thomas Keller for a four year stint at Per Se and as the Executive Sous-Chef at Bouchon Bakery when it first opened in 2006.

  • Prince's Hot Chicken - André Prince Jeffries

    December 5th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  12 mins 26 secs
    andré prince jeffries, gospel music, hot chicken, nashville, nashville hot chicken, prince's, soul music

    André Prince Jeffries is the owner and matriarch of Prince’s Hot Chicken in Nashville, Tennessee, the original and gold standard for Nashville hot chicken.

  • Philip Krajeck (Rolf & Daughters, Folk) - Nashville

    November 14th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  13 mins 23 secs
    chef, food podcast, nashville, philip krajeck, rolf and daughters

    Philip Krajeck is the chef and owner of Rolf and Daughters and Folk in Nashville. His musical influences run far and wide, from underground hip hop to African funk.

  • Edward Lee (610 Magnolia, Milkwood, Author of Buttermilk Graffiti and Smoke & Pickles) Louisville

    November 7th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  10 mins 27 secs
    bourbon, buttermilk graffiti, chef, edward lee, kentucky, louisville

    Edward Lee is the chef and owner of three restaurants with unique identities in Louisville, Kentucky - 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry - and is the author of two books. Smoke & Pickles - his first - is a cookbook that chronicles the story of how he was raised in Brooklyn in a family of Korean immigrants to his arrival in Louisville, and Buttermilk Graffiti, a uniquely inspiring read that is part food essay, part travel book, part memoir and part cookbook.

  • Miles Thompson (Michael's Santa Monica) - Los Angeles

    November 1st, 2018  |  Season 1  |  17 mins 39 secs
    food, los angeles, michaels santa monica, music, santa monica

    When Chef Miles Thompson describes food, it can sound like Jazz - "salt, umami, acid, SUGAR, spice, crunch!" His Shift List includes the trippy guitar stylings of Bill Frisell, the rootsy wanderings of Jason Isbell, and classical suites from the likes of Debussy and Isaac Albéniz.

  • Andy Kadin (Bub And Grandma's Bakery) - Los Angeles

    October 24th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  13 mins 42 secs
    bakery, bread, bub and grandma's, los angeles

    Baking bread is a 24-hour affair, so mellow Kraut rock in the early-morning helps to get the day started. Listen to Andy Kadin's Shift List for the music that fills his bakery throughout the day, providing bread for some of LA's best restaurants.

  • Lauren and Peter Lemos (Wax Paper), Los Angeles

    October 22nd, 2018  |  Season 1  |  15 mins
    los angeles, sandwich, wax paper

    Lauren and Peter Lemos share a number of meaningful tattoos, many of them music and food related. They talk about why so many chefs and musicians share a love of tattoos, plus dive into some of their favorite music to play at Wax Paper, their sandwich shop in Los Angeles.

  • Matt Orlando (Amass, noma, Per Se) - Copenhagen

    October 17th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  12 mins 24 secs
    amass, chef, copenhagen, gza, hieroglyphics, madlib, matt orlando, noma, wu tang

    Chef Matt Orlando's Amass Restaurant in Copenhagen is a fine dining establishment located in a sprawling industrial warehouse covered in graffiti that proudly blasts obscure and sometimes aggressive hip hop. His Shift List includes Bay Area hip hop legends Hieroglyphics, plenty of Wu Tang Clan, and Scottish reggae music to round it all out.

  • Philipp Inreiter (Slurp Ramen, RELÆ, noma) - Copenhagen

    October 10th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  12 mins 5 secs
    beastie boys, chef, copenhagen, ramen, slurp, wu tang, wu tang clan

    Old school and contemporary hip hop fills Chef Philipp Inreiter's ramen shop in Copenhagen. Beastie Boys, Wu Tang Clan, Homeboy Sandman, Dead Prez - it's all good at Slurp Ramen Joint.

  • Jonathan Tam (Relæ, noma) - Copenhagen

    October 1st, 2018  |  Season 1  |  10 mins 48 secs
    chef, christian puglisi, copenhagen, jonathan tam, relæ

    Chef Jonathan Tam begins his shift with Italian love songs (against his will), ends it with R. Kelly, and puts a permanent moratorium on Johnny Cash.

  • Christian Puglisi and Alessandro Perricone (Bæst, Relæ, Manfred's, Mirabelle) - Copenhagen

    September 26th, 2018  |  Season 1  |  11 mins 24 secs
    bæst, chef, christian puglisi, copenhagen, pizza, relæ

    Chef Christian Puglisi and Sommelier Alessandro Perricone dive deep into Italian disco, African funk, and add a bit of ABBA for good measure to their Shift List.

  • Tom Harris (The Marksman Pub, St. John) - London

    September 21st, 2018  |  Season 1  |  13 mins 8 secs
    chef, fergus henderson, food, jon rotheram, london, marksman pub, music, st. john, tom harris

    Chef Tom Harris explains what a proper English pub is, throws down some amazing jazz funk and reggae playlists (among others), and describes why recipes should be described in musical terms.