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Mitch heads to Utah for the first time. Well, he did in February 2020 and finally tells you about it now. He goes to a fusion Native American, Mexican and Southwestern restaurant for his first experience with fry bread and Navajo tacos. Plus a plate of green chili frites and a cactus pear lemonade, of course. He discovers frites that stay firm unde…
 
Mitch goes back in time to release an episode originally taped in January 2020. (Remember crowded restaurants, birthday celebrations and communal cheeses?) Special guest Larry Fish makes his long-awaited debut to discuss Oda House, their first taste of authentic Georgian cuisine. Melty cheeses mixed tableside with a poached egg in a bread bowl; lam…
 
Mitch says goodbye to New York by loading up on carbs at another outdoor brunch on the Upper West Side. *Zoolander voice* "The bacon is in the waffle?" Plus, potatoes and biscuits with the best strawberry butter around, a meal fit for a farewell tour. Please subscribe in iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and revie…
 
Mitch finally relaunches the podcast after a full year off due to the coronavirus pandemic. He shares his general thoughts on the outdoor dining scene in New York (sukkahs all over the city!) and dines out at one of his favorite brunch spots on the Upper West Side. The sausage and egg biscuit is a simple meal, but the carrot hash browns are a uniqu…
 
Mitch ventures to Flushing for his first experience going hot-potting (yes, it's a verb). Four different types of broth and a parade of meats and veggies make for all kinds of glorious concoctions. From jumbo shrimp to fatty lamb, shrimp paste and many kinds of mushrooms, Mitch samples soups in a fun communal dining experience. If the fire alarm go…
 
Mitch gets his first taste of Filipino food. Special guest Emily Sachnoff returns from a work trip to the Philippines and orders up authentic dishes at Maharlika in New York City. From sizzling sisig (a skillet of pork, egg and rice) to kare kare (oxtail in peanut stew), Mitch gets quite a lesson. Then they walk five blocks for halo-halo, a must-ha…
 
Mitch goes back to Chicago and does exactly what you're supposed to do in that town: Giordano's stuffed pizza. Special guest Mike Scannella joins to discuss two pizzas. First, the classic, stuffed deep dish with pineapple, sausage and fresh garlic. Then, a thin-crust with giardiniera peppers and pepperoni. They discuss sauce-to-cheese ratios, hidde…
 
Mitch goes across the pond for some fresh fish and chips. He finds an enormous helping of battered cod with a mint pea purée in a fishing town on the coast of Ireland. He also has four oysters and a seafood chowder with some of the best mussels he's had in a long time. Because, you know, when in Howth. Please subscribe in iTunes, Spotify, SoundClou…
 
Mitch goes to mac & cheese heaven, samples four different kinds at the famous Murray's Cheese's new pop up. He's joined by special guest Sam Ashinoff-Goldich to sample classic, French onion, buffalo and BBQ, with a variety of cheeses, including a gooey 4 oz. burrata. They discuss raclette cheese, peppadew peppers and radiatori noodles, shaped perfe…
 
Mitch has breakfast for lunch at Mussel & Burger Bar in Louisville, Kentucky. He orders the B.B.B. with maple syrup glazed pork belly, a maple syrup aioli and a fried egg to capture a full, balanced breakfast in one burger. Plus: When caramelized onions become an accent flavor, and the importance of making intentional decisions when pairing differe…
 
Mitch joins special guest Tim Marcin at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Times Square, where Tim is a regular. They discuss Tim's obsession with the chain, sitting at the bar vs. a table, ordering wings extra wet, preferring the second-hottest sauce in a wide spectrum, attempting to get one extra wing from the kitchen and whether or not Mitch's Parmesan g…
 
Mitch and podcast guest (and wife) Sam Ashinoff-Goldich, indulge in the seven-course degustation menu at Hans Herzog Estate in New Zealand's wine region. Each course is paired with a different wine, in a fine-dining experience worthy of a special fish knife. Highlights of the meal include an asparagus soup poured at the table, adventures in lemon f…
 
Mitch flies all the way to New Zealand to try a burger that CNN has called the best in the world. Fergburger sits you down with a view of the kitchen, which cranks meals out from 8 a.m. to 5 a.m., so this is exactly the kind of burger joint Mitch would be into. Plus: Why salt and pepper squid is the new onion rings when it comes to sides for your b…
 
Mitch decides he can't leave Nashville until he finds some tacos. He discovers Edley's, which has been voted the best BBQ in the city. The brisket and fried shrimp are good, but the secret might be the sauce and the toasted shells. He also goes "best player available" with three starch-heavy sides: cornbread, mac and cheese and maybe the best banan…
 
Before Mitch and Sam could tie the knot, of course they needed to pick out their perfect wedding cake. Special guest Sam Ashinoff-Goldich makes her fifth appearance on the podcast, her first as Mitch’s wife, to discuss her favorite day of wedding planning. They detail the strategy for tasting 12 kinds of cake in one sitting, mixing and matching fla…
 
Mitch goes down to Nashville and waits 90 minutes for hot chicken at the famous Hattie B's. He orders half a bird with a side of extra chicken, plus pimento mac and cheese, cole slaw, bread and pickles. Special guest Dave Seperson joins to discuss immediately regretting his mild order, sauce thoughts and the best sweet tea he had all week in Nashvi…
 
Mitch's Austin trip continues with a stop at the famous Voodoo Doughnut. He samples one from both the cake and the raised yeast categories, choosing the Sprinkle Cake and the Old Dirty Bastard. Special guest Greg Patchak returns to the podcast to talk about gigantic doughnuts, a thick layer of peanut butter and Oreos and flavor so intense they had …
 
Mitch pigs out in Austin, Texas. (And cows, and turkeys.) Special guest Matt Smith returns to the podcast to power rank five meats (beef rib, brisket, chipotle sausage, pork rib, turkey) and discuss a bunch of sides. The beef rib is big enough to have come from a dinosaur and the pickles are spicy enough to be jalapeños. Only in Texas. Please subsc…
 
Mitch goes back to Philly for another cheesesteak. This time he is joined by special guest Hannah Keyser (Associate Editor, Munchies), who calls Celebre's her favorite restaurant. They talk about nostalgic food memories, multiple uses for banana peppers, run-ins with the Phillies' broadcasting crew, New York pizza snobs and more. They also disagree…
 
Mitch combines his craving for ice cream with his love of the sugar cereal aisle during his long-awaited first trip to Emack & Bolio's. He samples a flavor called space cake (cake batter ice cream with bits of shortbread cookie and red velvet cake) in a cone built out of, essentially, a Cocoa Puff Rice Krispie Treat. Please subscribe in iTunes, Sou…
 
Mitch celebrates the one-year anniversary of the podcast by bringing back his fiancée Sam for an episode about one of her favorite restaurants in NYC. They talk about mixing creamy parma sauce with spicy red lobster sauce, mussels with parmesan barnacles and drinking oyster shooters. They also have a disagreement on the perfect dough-to-crust ratio…
 
Mitch pigs out and scales sashimi mountain. He discusses ordering the sake of the month, eating shumai in one bite so you don't see the chicken-to-shrimp ratio, serving edamame piping hot and why Spanish mackerel is moving up his fish power rankings. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help …
 
Mitch celebrates his birthday by finally visiting Levain Bakery in NYC for the first time. They pull two gigantic cookies (one chocolate chip walnut, one dark chocolate peanut butter chip) right out of the oven, and he eats the gooey mess before he can leave the store. Is it the best cookie in New York City? Let's call it the clubhouse leader. Plea…
 
Mitch mixes dinner with dessert at Clinton Hall in NYC, ordering the "famous" doughnut grilled cheese. The sandwich is served on a hook, suspended over a pot of tomato soup. Could a sugary glazed crust be the only thing missing from a truly perfect mozzarella grilled cheese? Only one way to find out. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher…
 
Mitch goes back home to Philly to satisfy his need for a cheesesteak. He and special guest Greg Patchak visit Woodrow’s Sandwich Shop on South Street for their unique take on a Philly classic: House-made truffle whiz, cherry pepper mayo and caramelized onions. It sounds a little unusual, but this hidden gem was recently named one of the Top 3 chees…
 
Mitch goes to a Phillies game and eats one of Citizens Bank Park's fan favorites. The only options on the menu are the buttermilk ranch fried chicken sandwich with rooster sauce and the bag of donuts. Special guest John Heleniak compares the ballpark offering to other locations in Philly, and defends what he calls "a home cheese" on the sandwich bu…
 
Mitch goes to South Korea and eats in a secret barbecue joint that requires an invite to find. He gorges on Jeju Black pig, a cut of pork belly you can't get in the United States, with homemade kimchi that's been aged three years. The clay furnace grill produced food so good, he ate whole cloves of garlic cooked in pork belly fat. This is Part 2 of…
 
Mitch takes the podcast international during a trip to the Olympics in South Korea. He visits the Jumunjin Seafood Market at dawn to watch them reel in the daily catch, then has a three-course feast on perfectly in-season red snow crab for breakfast. The meal includes a spicy crab stew, a crab guts bibimbap, and fermented, raw squid. He also cleans…
 
Mitch heads to an Ethiopian restaurant, where he can eat piles of meat with his hands. He gets the Meskerem combo, with five different dishes served on injera, including three meats and two vegetables he can't tell apart. He also and washes it down with an Ethiopian beer. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rati…
 
Mitch Cooks Food! In the first podcast of 2018, Mitch and his fiancée Sam discuss their final meal of 2017: A pasta making class on New Year's Eve. They talk ravioli cutters, drying racks full of fettuccine and putting veggies in your sauce. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others fi…
 
Mitch goes down to Florida to try a Belgian waffle topped with cannoli cream, fruit and caramel sauce. He also has a blackened Shrimp Benedict and a Bloody Mary garnished with cheese, pepperoni and a hot pepper. So he really hit every food group in one brunch. This episode also features a celebrity sighting. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, …
 
Mitch heads back to his hometown for one of his all-time favorite meals, and a day-after-Thanksgiving tradition. His favorite chicken fingers and fries on earth come from a place called FWOT (short for Fingers, Wings & Other Things). Make sure you order the right dipping sauces, including a honey mustard so good they sell it in bears. Please subscr…
 
Mitch gets the full Irish breakfast experience at the Grafton in NYC—complete with Guinness on tap and rugby on TV. Special guest Megan McLoughlin joins to discuss what makes a full Irish breakfast different from a full English breakfast. They break down a meal with four different kinds of meat. The rashers, sausages and white pudding were good, bu…
 
Mitch puts on a bib and gloves for a spicy Louisiana boil at Claw Daddy’s in NYC. His fiancée Sam returns to the podcast to discuss huge oysters, the special sauce, adult Capri Suns and mac and cheese. Expect a return trip during crawfish season. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help othe…
 
Mitch meets a slut in Vegas. Don't get any ideas, that's just the name of the specialty at Eggslut at the Cosmo on the Strip. It’s an egg and potato purée, cooked and served in a glass jar with some sourdough bread. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for…
 
Mitch heads down to Virginia for a fried chicken biscuit with a side of gouda grits at Stomping Ground in Alexandria. He is introduced to the Mediterranean spice za’atar, which packs a powerful punch. He also goes on a little rant about the entire breakfast industry charging too much for orange juice. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitche…
 
Mitch brunches at The Belgian Cafe in Philly with special guest David November. They start the day with a beer-and-OJ mimosa, as Nov grapples with whether or not to get a hamburger for breakfast. Mitch gets the breakfast pasta with pappardelle noodles, eggs over easy, smoked salmon and a dill cream sauce. Don’t forget the piping hot donuts! Please …
 
Mitch has a nice big breakfast at Matt’s Big Breakfast in Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport. He orders the French toast and samples a variety of meats, from the apple sausage to a salami scramble and the peppery thick-cut bacon. Even the butter and syrup were great at this all-around excellent meal. This is a restaurant worth getting to th…
 
Mitch gets a little buzz with some boozy ice cream (5% ABV!) in Manhattan. His fiancée Sam makes her podcast debut to discuss flights of dark chocolate whiskey salted caramel and strawberry rhubarb bourbon ice cream. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search fo…
 
Mitch goes to Ocean Prime in NYC, where he opts for a Kansas City strip steak with the bone in and a side of truffle butter. He also encounters a drink that smokes and learns that, when in doubt, get the dessert in the box. At the end of the episode, he also awkwardly delivers an important personal announcement. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundClo…
 
Mitch returns to his alma mater, Lehigh University, to eat at his favorite on-campus deli. His friend Smitty joins to talk about the Take-A-Shots and the Gombo, a couple triple-decker and quadruple-decker deli favorites. No trip to Lehigh is complete without a stop to see Tony at the Goose. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google…
 
Mitch goes to SuperChefs in Columbus, Ohio. There he discovers a superhero themed menu with gigantic portions, and samples a chicken and waffles sandwich and a stack of pineapple pancakes. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for Mitch Goldich on Facebook,…
 
Mitch sets sail on the lobster boat, eats a lobster roll and discovers a spicy sauce for his tiger shrimp. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for Mitch Goldich on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for food pictures.…
 
Mitch goes to Playa Betty’s to eat tacos and make his own pomegranate habanero guacamole. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for Mitch Goldich on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for food pictures.על ידי Mitch Goldich
 
Mitch goes to Fiore’s Deli to eat possibly the best mozzarella cheese in the U.S., which he puts on a tuna sandwich. If a sandwich from Fiore’s is good enough for Liz Lemon to eat on an episode of 30 Rock, it’s good enough for Mitch. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the p…
 
The story behind Mitch’s first word, some hamburger accolades, why he wants to start a food podcast and what you can expect. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for Mitch Goldich on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for food pictures.…
 
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