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With no-holds-barred conversations of all things food, The Foodbeast Katchup aims to find the backstories to your favorite restaurants, food brands, and chefs.
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In the latest episode of Foodbeast's The Katchup Podcast, hosts Elie Ayrouth and Geoff Kutnick, along with managing editor Reach Guinto, wax poetic, and eulogize just how much Souplantation meant to them, while also exploring the immediately unfortunate prospects buffets have post-pandemic. Thank you all so much for listening! Please review this podcast on Apple Podcasts, follow @foodbeastkatchup on Instagram, and connect with our hosts below: Elie Ayrouth: @bookofelie on IG & Twitter Geoff Kutnick: @geoffkutnick on IG & Twitter Reach Guinto: @reachhard_ on IG and Twitter FOODBEAST: @foodbeast on Facebook, IG, Twitter, YouTube & Twitch www.foodbeast.com for breaking food & beverage news
Famed Chef & Restaurateur José Andrés has positively affected millions through his non-profit World Central Kitchen (WCK). In addition to feeding entire communities devastated by natural or economic disaster in Puerto Rico, Tijuana, Venezuela and beyond, WCK had to pivot its model yet again for COVID-19. FOODBEAST Co-Founder Geoff Kutnick and Managing Editor Reach Guinto talk to Tank Gonzales, the project lead for a pilot program in Southern California that re-activates closed restaurants and feeds at-risk seniors. Within days Gonzales cold-called restaurants, UPS, senior centers and city officials leading to an operation feeding thousands of people. To date WCK has provided 3,000,000+ meals across the country during COVID-19, and over 20,000+ in Gonzales’ Long Beach community. Thank you all so much for listening! Please review this podcast on Apple Podcasts, follow @foodbeastkatchup on Instagram and connect with our FOODBEAST hosts & guest: Elie Ayrouth: @bookofelie on IG & Twitter Geoff Kutnick: @geoffkutnick on IG & Twitter Reach Guinto: @reachhard_ on IG and Twitter Tank Gonzales: @tanks_travels on IG FOODBEAST: @foodbeast on Facebook, IG, Twitter, YouTube & Twitch www.foodbeast.com for breaking food & beverage news
Restaurants are one of the strongest backbones of our community because of how many roles they serve beyond providing sustenance to patrons. They act as a third space for gathering & connecting, they employ tens of millions in the US, they provide tax revenue for our states & local communities, and beyond. FOODBEAST Co-Founder Geoff Kutnick talks to the President & CEO of the California Restaurant Association, an advocacy group for the restaurant industry with access to many of the forefront politicians reacting to the new economic environment like Governor Gavin Newsom, and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti. We talk about the ever-slimming margins of restaurants (25:15), how ‘over-built’ the overall restaurant industry was (28:00), how the lost sales tax will affect local communities (34:17), how there are more costs eating up the restaurant ‘pie’ (36:48) and more. Kutnick also talks to Alycia Harshfield, the Executive Director of Restaurants Care, the non-profit arm of the California Restaurant Association funding restaurant employees directly affected by the Coronavirus. Restaurant Care has received thousands upon thousands of grant requests (47:32), but also have been bolstered by major donations like the $100,000 it received from Skrewball Whiskey Peanut Butter Whiskey (50:12). Thank you all so much for listening! Please review this podcast on Apple Podcasts, follow @foodbeastkatchup on Instagram and connect with our hosts below: Elie Ayrouth: @bookofelie on IG & Twitter Geoff Kutnick: @geoffkutnick on IG & Twitter FOODBEAST: @foodbeast on Facebook, IG, Twitter, YouTube & Twitch www.foodbeast.com for breaking food & beverage news
"If 9/11 and the credit crisis were wrapped up into one, this would still be worse." The Coronavirus has created a crisis in the restaurant industry, and while they’re fighting to stay open, others have already shuttered as they are not built for any other format other than sit-down, dine-in. In this week’s episode, we are joined by Jonathan Maze, Editor In Chief at Restaurant Business Magazine. Maze breaks down what restaurants are currently going through, and what it would take for them to survive not only now, but in the future. Also, while self-quarantined, the Katchup crew discusses its own experiences with restaurants at the time of a California lockdown, and how Foodbeast’s coverage has changed since the outbreak. We also talk to our own resident food scientist, Constantine Spyrou, to get some little known facts about canned foods. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Jonathan Maze (@jonathanmaze) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
John Parlet dared to turn his pizza parlor into an indoor amusement park, and it is still one of the most unique pizza party experiences you’ll ever see. With 50,000 square foot restaurants occupying malls  across California, John’s Incredible Pizza houses full-fledged carnival rides, arcade games, a pizza buffet and different dining rooms with different experiences in each. Parlet joined the Foodbeast Katchup podcast and talked about how he made all the magic happen, as he built a Chuck E Cheese’s on steroids. Parlet also talks about the sneaky innovative tech within the restaurants that add to its overall efficiency. Find out more in this origin story for John’s Incredible Pizza. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: John Parlet (@incredipizza) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) Mixed and Mastered by: Shawn Lindell Video Production: Marc Kharrat (@marckharrat) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Craig Batiste went from dealing fries in parking lots, to opening his own brick and mortar restaurant in Gardena, California. "Mr. Fries Man," as he calls himself, joined the Katchup podcast and talked about how people thought he was dealing drugs, when it was just fries, making custom fries for hip hop legends like Nipsey Hussle and The Game, and creating a strong community of black-owned businesses.   --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Craig Batiste (@mr_fries_man) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Alcohol-free bars are starting to pop up around Southern California and the Katchup crew discusses the new phenomena. These bars create high-quality, well thought-out "mocktails," and give them the same love a cocktail with alcohol would. Joining us is Voice of OC’s Anne Marie Panoringan, who has been following the zero-proof trend, and helps give us perspective of its goals. Through the experience of an Orange County, California pop up called “Temperance” and even trying some alcohol-free spirits on air, we try to get to the bottom of figuring out what the heck zero-proof bars really are, and if they have a place in modern society. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Anne Marie Panoringan (@brekkiefan) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
It's been a busy week in food news, and we're hereto Katchup with all of it.  First, some pretty big news from Planters, as they decided to kill off their lovable Mr. Peanut mascot after 100+ years. With conspiracy theories, and a scheduled funeral on Super Bowl Sunday, we break down why Planters might have made this move. We also jump into some vegan news, as JUST egg released a "foldable egg" similar to the ones you see on your Egg McMuffins or McGriddles.  We dig into the news that researchers are starting to make protein out of literal air. Dubbed as the future of protein, we have our doubts and questions. We then discuss a new line of fast-acting, cannabis-infused sriracha. Everyone's favorite hot sauce can now get you high, and we give you the lowdown, and personal experiences in trying it. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Host: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Your Guest: Constatine Spyrou (@constantine_spy) Reach Guinto (@reachguinto) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
When you go to a grocery store, you’re usually presented with pre-selected cuts of meats that are popular, and sold in bulk. Because of that, the art of going to a butcher who utilizes the entire animal to its full potential, has been lost. We Katchup with Michael Puglisi of Electric City Butcher Shop in Santa Ana, California, and learn the ins and outs of whole-animal butchery. From getting a better quality cut of meat, to learning how to properly cook it, Puglisi and his shop pride themselves on providing a more personal experience than you would at a run-of-the-mill grocery store meat department. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Michael Puglisi (@Electriccitybutcher) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
While taking photos of your food has become a bit of a Millennial's game, 50-year-old Connie Aboubakare has taken advantage of the trend, and made it her career.  Through a more mature lens, Connie has not let her age keep her from producing engaging content and crushing the social media food game.  We Katchup with her and learn how she found her passion at 50, and how she keeps up with social trends.  We also discuss the struggles of covering restaurants who might not be too keen on letting cameras in the kitchen, the cultural practices of keeping recipes secret, and even personal practices of not wanting to talk too loudly about some of your lowkey favorite food joints. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Connie Aboubakare (OCcomestibles) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast
Korean BBQ is a unique experience where you get to be the grillmaster while still sitting at a table and conversing with loved ones. It's a fairly perfect dinner that you wouldn't think needs an upgrade, but we found a way to make the eating experience a tad better. On today's Katchup Lite episode, the guys talk about Producer Izzy's recent KBBQ journey where he sneaked in tortillas and made burritos with fellow Foodbeast legend Peter Pham.  Izzy details his experience and talks about how tortillas should be the new standard for Korean BBQ restaurants.  Happy New Year, fellow Fatties! --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on the Apple Podcasts store, or wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Happy Holidays, Katchup Crew! Hope you're enjoying the last few days of the year, eating as much as possible, and as much basketball as possible. As it is NBA season, we wanted to reshare our favorite episode of the year, which happens to be with ESPN Senior Writer Baxter Holmes. NBA players are often seen as larger than life personas, and inaccessible, Holmes has found a way to unify them with the common fan, through food.  Holmes has covered the NBA for nearly a decade, and has uncovered some of the league's biggest eating quirks; from a league-wide obsession with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, to the Portland Trailblazer's almost necessary caffeine addictions.   The legendary Holmes shared these peculiar moments with us, explained what led to him pursuing these stories, and how they carry a humanizing effect toward people who are often just seen as figures we watch on TV.   Holmes goes in-depth in discussing how San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich has built a special team camaraderie through intimate dinners, how wine became a hobby for several players, and even how he found out Kobe Bryant consumed bone broth as part of his daily health routine.     ----  Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on Apple Podcasts. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Baxter Holmes (@baxter) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Welcome to Katchup Lite! This new shorter format allows us to talk about more timely news and immediately get it out to your lovely little ears.  Taco Bell finally revealed that they had been working on a secret, oat-based meat.  Their ingredients have always been pretty vegetarian-friendly, but at a time where it seems that everyone in fast food is trying to incorporate plant-based meats, Taco Bell, for the most part, stayed away from that conversation. But this changes everything.  Instead of going with Beyond Meat or Impossible Foods, the way most fast food chains have of late, they went ahead and just created their own proprietary plant-based meat.  We got to try that meat, and give you the lowdown on it in the first edition of Katchup Lite.  --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on Apple Podcasts are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please drop us some love on wherever your beautiful ears are listening. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
The Cheesecake Factory is a go-to restaurant for millions across the globe, and we spoke to the man in charge of making sure they all go home happy with their meal.  Chief Culinary Officer Donald Moore has been with Cheesecake Facotry for over 18 years, and if there's a dish you love in their 21-page menu, he's personally had a hand in it.  Every single one of their 200+ menu items go through him, whether they are a brand new dish, an old dish that needs a new makeover, or one that just needs a minute tweak.  Moore joined the Foodbeast Katchup podcast and explained all the behind the scenes magic that goes on in the kitchen, and didn't hide a single thing, as he explained how all dishes are handmade, how they keep a high standard at all levels of the restaurant, and how they've been able to keep dedicated employees for 10, 15, and even 20+ years at all of their restaurants around the world.  --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on Apple Podcasts are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on Instagram, Facebook, or email us at thekatchup@foodbeast.com. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Donald Moore (@cheesecakefactory) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
The plant-based revolution is starting to make its way to the drive-thru, and Plant Power is one of the leaders in that movement. The San Diego-based restaurant already has two drive-thrus operating, with more on the way. Co-founder Jeffrey Harris joined the Foodbeast Katchup podcast and talked about the next step in plant-based restaurants, which is affordable fast food alternatives that can provide the same experience you get from more traditional quick service restaurants.  From trying to make vegan drive-thrus the norm, and striving to be the first 100-store plant-based restaurant, Plant Power could be the blueprint for the future of plant-based fast food.  --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on the Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and anywhere else your beautiful ears are listening from. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Jeffrey Harris (@plantpowerfastfood) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Salt & Straw Ice Cream co-owner and flavor master, Tyler Malek, joins the Foodbeast Katchup podcast to tell the iconic ice cream shop's origin story. Malek takes us through an 8 year journey of what it took to make Salt & Straw what it is today. We also dig into his creative mind to get a glimpse of how he comes up with such wild flavors, including their current Thanksgiving feast-themed ice cream. From starting as a humble push cart with co-founder and cousin Kim Malek, to just opening its 20th location in Pasadena, California, we take a look at Salt & Straw's odyssey, which is just as unique as its flavors. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on the Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and anywhere else your beautiful ears are listening from. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Tyler Malek (@tylerjamesmalek, @saltandstraw) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
We've all had dreams of becoming a professional wrestler at some point in our lives, and Austin Watson, AKA Austin Creed, AKA Xavier Woods, is actually living out that wild dream. Austin joined The Foodbeast Katchup to talk how food has shaped his on-screen persona. From he and his tag-team partners, "The New Day," launching an official cereal called "Booty O's," to throwing pancakes at audience members, nighty, food has become an integral part of his identity. Austin also discussed his personal diet, his road back from an Achilles injury, and growing up as video game, cosplay and music nerd, all which helped shape not only his WWE character, but his wildly popular UpUpDownDown gaming culture YouTube channel. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Austin Creed (@xavierwoodsphd) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
Popeyes chicken sandwich fever hit yet again, and it was just as insane this time around. People have been shot at, gotten in fights, waited in long lines and created absolute madness for this little fast food sandwich. Just as crazy were the reactions to a Turkish restaurant’s viral video of a whole camel being smoked. The outrage over that video sparked not only a conversation over the lack of knowledge over other cultures' foods, but also questions over people being OK with one meat, but upset over another. Uproxx Life editor, Steve Bramucci, joins The Foodbeast Katchup podcast to help us break down the madness over these two phenomena. The crew addresses if there is a hypocrisy from people being OK with chickens being killed, but being disgusted over camel meat, which is very common in other countries. --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on the Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and anywhere else your beautiful ears are listening from. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Steve Bramucci (@stevebram) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
The Katchup Crew invades Vegas, and with a handful of new edibles, courtesy of Blum Dispensary, they embarked on a magic-filled adventure.  Trying to get that full Vegas experience, Elie, Geoff and Izzy made their way to see the great David Copperfield live.  Once the edibles kicked in, it was a whole other experience for the guys, and they documented it all from the good, bad and ugly.  The night was filled with magic, a weird Uber ride, and was capped off with a glorious taco experience. If you've ever wondered what a David Copperfield show is like, we've got you covered.  --- Thank you all so much for listening! All the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on the Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and anywhere else your beautiful ears are listening from. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
PART 2: It's been a wild 2019, and the innovation coming out of fast food has been game changing. The Foodbeast editorial team came together to discuss the most shocking moves that the likes of Starbucks, Carl's Jr. and even Pieology have made this year. Joined by Foodbeast's resident food scientist, Costa Spyrou, the Katchup crew unfurls these innovations in a two-part episode. Part 2 will consist of our arguments for No. 5 through 1, and if you haven't already, check out Part 1 of the podcast where the guys argue over Panda Express, Starbucks and Subway's placements on this list.  Every single restaurant on this list could be moved up or down, but we argue and feature what we feel will be changing the world for years to come. #5: 2:23- Del Taco lets you put Beyond Meat on every single menu item. #4: 13:51- KFC shocks world with plant-based fried chicken. #3: 29:41- Krispy Kreme uses magic to stuff donut rings with cream. #2: 35:10- Popeyes unites the country with a chicken sandwich. #1: 50:44- Carl's Jr./Hardees had a surprisingly innovative 2019, making plant-based burgers accessible nationwide, and even creating a CBD-based burger.  We've made it to episode 100! Thank you to every single listener who has enjoyed our conversations over the last couple years, your support means the world to us. --- Guys, all the Tweets and Instagram tags of you listening mean the world. Reviews you leave on iTunes are also incredibly helpful, if you enjoyed an episode, please do drop us some love on the Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and anywhere else your beautiful ears are listening from. ---- Your Hosts: Elie Ayrouth (@bookofelie) Geoffrey Kutnick (@geoffreykutnick) Your Guest: Costa Spyrou (@outhereflourishing) Produced by: Isai Rocha (@isairocha) ---- Follow us! Instagram: instagram.com/foodbeastkatchup instagram.com/foodbeast Facebook: www.facebook.com/foodbeast Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/foodbeast
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Guillermo Guerrero

Great episode! I really enjoyed Andrews works view perspective 💯💯💯

Sep 26th
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Guillermo Guerrero

Great episode! loved the break down of influencers working to help businesses. plus fuck that Starbucks garbage drink. that's coming from a former barista @memosmunchies

Jul 18th
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Guillermo Guerrero

great episode! the stinky pizza sounds delicious.

Feb 25th
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Guillermo Guerrero

Great podcast covering a wide variety of topics adding food culture. I really enjoy the different guest they have on as well.

Feb 25th
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Mac Merk

This was a great Podcast. I'm gonna fly to LA soon and get a quesadilla from the king

Jan 21st
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