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Radio Cherry Bombe features interviews with the most interesting people in the world of food. Each week, host Kerry Diamond, founder and editor of the indie magazine Cherry Bombe, talks to the chefs, bakers, creatives, and entrepreneurs making it happen. Follow @cherrybombe on Instagram for show news and more, and visit cherrybombe.com/radio-cherry-bombe for transcripts and past episodes. Thank you to Tralala for our theme song, "All Fired Up." Produced by Cherry Bombe Media.
 
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Gaby Melian is the home cook with the heart of gold! Since leaving the Bon Appétit test kitchen, Gaby has been working on two book projects, the first of which is out tomorrow. Titled Food-Related Stories and published by Penguin’s Pocket Change Collective, it features snippets from Gaby’s life and the lessons she’s learned along the way. She and h…
 
Liz Moody was an ex-pat writer living in London when her anxiety got so bad, she could barely leave her bed. She put her journalism skills to good use and began interviewing health experts, whose advice she started to report on and follow. Today, Liz writes about wellness for the likes of Glamour, Vogue, Goop, and Marie Claire; has published two co…
 
We’re sharing some of our top episodes from last year, including this interview with Mashama Bailey, chef/co-owner of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia. Mashama joined host Kerry Diamond last January to talk about her landmark restaurant, as well as the book she co-authored with her business partner, John Morisano. Titled Black, White, and The Grey: Th…
 
It’s our number one show of 2021—our interview with Laurie Woolever, author of Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography, one of the year’s most anticipated books. Laurie joined host Kerry Diamond in July to talk about the book World Travel, a project they had started before his death that would share inside details on the places he had loved and vis…
 
This week, we’re airing some of our most popular shows of 2021. Molly Baz, the cookbook author, recipe developer, and former Bon Appétit personality, joined us back in April to talk about the launch of her new cookbook, Cook This Book. Molly shares how learning how to cook became a passion that took her from her own supper club to the kitchens of s…
 
When the pandemic struck, Millie Peartree sprang into action. She created an organization called Full Heart Full Bellies to help feed children in the Bronx who were in danger of going hungry. A natural-born networker and connector, she reached out to her friends and professional acquaintances and got them to pitch in. Today, Full Heart Full Bellies…
 
It’s peak cookie season, so we’ve got cookie queen Sarah Kieffer on the latest Radio Cherry Bombe. Sarah has followed up her 2020 bestseller, 100 Cookies, with her newest book, Baking for the Holidays: 50+ Treats for a Festive Season, and she’s here to tell us all about it. The Minneapolis-based baker shares her favorite recipes from the book and t…
 
One of the year’s best new podcasts comes from none other than Ruth Rogers, the chef, owner, and co-founder of The River Cafe, one of London’s most beloved restaurants. Called River Cafe Table Four, the show features Ruth and her very famous friends (Victoria Beckham, Paul McCartney, Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, and others) in conversation about f…
 
Few people have impacted the Irish food scene like Darina Allen. She’s the co-founder of the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork; she’s authored 21 cookbooks, including her latest, Darina Allen: How to Cook; and she’s a tireless champion of the slow food movement, farmers’ markets, and culinary education for children. Darina joins…
 
Today’s guest is Mary McCartney, the star of Mary McCartney Serves It Up, a charming series on Discovery+. On the show, Mary shares her favorite plant-based recipes and entertaining tips while cooking along with some guests you might recognize, such as Oprah, the Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, and Mary’s dad, the one and only Paul McCartney. As Mary exp…
 
Paula Sutton was working in the fast-paced world of London fashion when she and her husband decided to move to the English countryside. As part of her new life, Paula found herself with an entire house to decorate on a small budget, so she began to frequent flea markets, antique shops, and boot sales. She documented everything on her blog, Hill Hou…
 
Caroline Schiff, the pastry chef at Brooklyn hot spot Gage & Tollner, joins us to share what she’s making and baking for Hanukkah, one of her favorite holidays. She also shares the story behind her debut cookbook, "The Sweet Side of Sourdough: 50 Irresistible Recipes For Pastries, Buns, Cakes, Cookies, and More," and how her signature dessert at Ga…
 
It’s a bonus episode! Jessica Seinfeld joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about her new cookbook, "Vegan, at Times"—her fifth cookbook!—and what she’ll be making this Thanksgiving and Hanukkah. Jessica shares how the cookbook and her vegan journey came about, and how she’s brought her family along. They talk about the dishes from "Vegan, at Times" th…
 
Cheryl Day of Back In The Day Bakery in Savannah is renowned for her biscuits, pies, and cakes, so Thanksgiving is a big deal for her and her customers. Cheryl and host Kerry Diamond talk about the upcoming holiday, the secret to a good pumpkin pie, Cheryl’s three bread stuffing, and other holiday dinner essentials. They also discuss Cheryl’s major…
 
It’s no surprise Kelsey Barnard Clark won Season 16 of Top Chef. She put her drive, determination, French training, and affection for mise en place to work for her. Plus, she sprinkled in lots of love letters to her Alabama upbringing. Today, Kelsey is the force behind KBC, an eatery, bakery, and catering operation in Dothan, Alabama. She also is t…
 
Ellen King of Hewn Bakery in Evanston, Illinois, is happy to report that her love affair with baking is still going strong. A champion of heritage grains, Ellen chats with host Kerry Diamond about this year’s Thanksgiving and Hanukkah offerings from Hewn, including gougères, brie en croȗte, bourbon pecan pies, challah, and—baked, not fried—raspberr…
 
In this special bonus episode from Radio Cherry Bombe’s Cooks and Books conference at Ace Hotel Brooklyn, we’re bringing you a conversation between Radio Cherry Bombe host Kerry Diamond and author Hetty McKinnon. Hetty is a cookbook author, recipe developer, lover of vegetables, a podcaster, and an indie magazine publisher. Her latest cookbook, "To…
 
Dorie Greenspan thought she was finished writing cookbooks. She had published her 13th book—“a baker’s dozen,” she joked—but a suggestion that she do a savory baking book was enough to get her excited and inspired. The result, Baking With Dorie, was recently released and it’s not the savory-only work she thought she would produce. “I just couldn’t …
 
Award-winning journalist Mayukh Sen, one of the most important young voices in food media, has made a name for himself by telling the stories of marginalized culinary personalities. Now, in his first book, Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women who Revolutionized Food In America, Mayukh digs even deeper to share the lives of women whose culinary contr…
 
Sohui Kim is the chef and co-owner of Gage & Tollner, one of the most celebrated restaurants in New York City. It’s also one of the most historic restaurants, as it dates back to 1892. The legendary Edna Lewis cooked there in the 1980s and ‘90s, the interior and exterior are landmarked, and many New Yorkers marked important moments there. Sohui, he…
 
Scott Tacinelli and Angie Rito are the chefs and co-owners of Don Angie, one of the hottest restaurants in New York City, and they also happen to be husband and wife and new parents—to a strong-willed 10-month-old. The duo recently collaborated on a cookbook, Italian American: Red Sauce Classics and New Essentials, that’s out Oct. 26th and is a nod…
 
Joanne Molinaro and her alter ego, The Korean Vegan, are taking the food world by storm. A lawyer turned blogger turned TikTok star, Joanne has captivated millions of fans with her vegan takes on classic Korean recipes. But Joanne adds a twist in the form of deeply personal stories about her life, her family, and her role as a content creator. Her …
 
Chef Tommi Vincent is a force. As the matriarch behind Vincent Country, the company she and her husband founded to uplift and inspire others, Chef Tommi is all about helping others be their best selves. In addition to being a mom, grandmother, chef, and philanthropist, Tommi is a board member of The National Domestic Violence Hotline and has dedica…
 
Stanley Tucci, the food world’s favorite actor, stops by Radio Cherry Bombe today and there’s a lot to talk about. His memoir, "Taste: My Life Through Food," is out today; "Big Night," the cult film he co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in, just turned 25; and his TV program, "Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy," just won an Emmy. Stanley also chat…
 
Young Madeline Stuart loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory so much, she suggested to her dad that the Roald Dahl classic children’s book would make a great movie. Fortunately, for the legions of Willy Wonka fans, Madeline’s dad was director and documentarian Mel Stuart… and the rest is Hollywood history. Madeline’s dad gave her $50 for the idea …
 
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