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Let's Dig In with Chef Rich Rosendale

Let's Dig In with Chef Rich Rosendale

Author: Rich Rosendale

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Go behind-the-scenes in the world of food with Chef Rich Rosendale and Rosendale Collective as he shares his traveling adventures, meeting interesting people, and tasting delicious food. Enjoy his relentless hunger for learning while hearing from culinary influencers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, famous people, and everyday inspiring individuals. They'll join the Rosendale Collective team for forward-thinking, thought-provoking, and sometimes controversial conversation. What makes this different than other podcast is we always seek solutions and challenge the status quo. We take deep dives with leading chefs, innovative people and connect with "outside of the box" ideas so you are on top of the global culinary trends and are inspired to live your best life.
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On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale joined by cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. What is sustainability, and why is it so important? Is it a waste of time, or will our efforts build us a better future? Sustainable living means meeting our needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own. This episode explores innovative ways on how our various partners approach sustainability and easy ways to incorporate acts of sustainability in your own home. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
In this episode of the Let's Dig in Podcast, Rich Rosendale discusses the "Nature of work". There is no doubt that COVID-19 has forced organizations and individuals across the country to adapt and re-assess the way they operate and how we work. No matter if you are an employer or employee, it simply is no easy task to evolve and embrace these new challenges as we all head into uncharted waters. We are in this together, and in this episode, Rich examines the future of work as it relates to organizations of all sizes, particularly related to cooking and chefs. He will share with you how Rosendale Collective continues to adapt and create new solutions, expand new possibilities and services that can help you plan for the future of what the idea of "work" will look like in the years to come. The future is now, and we are here to help you succeed, adapt and continue moving forward.
Episode 32 - Danny Sterling

Episode 32 - Danny Sterling

2021-04-1401:11:25

On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes Chef and Entrepreneur Danny Sterling with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. Cooking from a young age, Danny Sterling has held a successful culinary career working under multiple certified master chefs, in various Michelin-starred kitchens, and was recognized in notable global competitions. He was also one of the first team members to help launch Rosendale Collective and was co-owner of Roots 657 with Chef Rosendale. After experiencing a life-changing event in 2016, Danny sought ways to approach life more holistically, diving into deep research on incorporating nourishing ingredients into beautiful dishes. This led to the creation of both Cumberland Heritage with his wife and ELYA, a natural food service company using SmartFridge technology. This episode explores the making of ELYA and health and wellness trends and misconceptions along with great memories with a dear friend. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 31 - Evette Rios

Episode 31 - Evette Rios

2021-04-0701:12:29

On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes writer, TV host, designer, and lifestyle expert Evette Rios with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. If you’re an avid watcher of lifestyle networks such as A&E, HGTV, TLC, Lifetime, CBS, ABC, or FYI, it’s likely you’ve enjoyed seeing Evette Rios hosting your favorite shows. Building a dynamic career, Evette is also credited for contributing to various platforms such as being a design expert on The Rachael Ray show, writing for Latina Magazine and BHG.com, and chapters in best-selling books and blogs. This episode explores what it means to be “social”, finding your brand identity, and being authentic in every aspect of your life. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 30 - Dan Ahdoot

Episode 30 - Dan Ahdoot

2021-03-3101:04:31

Podcast On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes actor, writer, producer, and comedian Dan Ahdoot with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. Currently starring as Anoush in Netflix’s Cobra Kai and most recently The Crew, Dan has appeared on numerous hit shows such as Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, Shameless, Workaholics, and Disney’s Kickin’ It. He is also a renowned comedian, has started his comedy career in New York City, and is a staple in the industry over the past 20 years. Dan’s love of food stems from his time on tour, trying new restaurants and cuisines in every city he performed. Today, he hosts Green Eggs and Dan where he invites exciting friends to share food adventures and has become one of the top food podcasts in the country. This episode explores the roots of Dan’s passion for food, his favorite restaurants, and future projects to keep an eye on. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 28 - Don Saladino

Episode 28 - Don Saladino

2021-03-1701:07:52

On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes Celebrity Coach and Fitness Entrepreneur Don Saladino with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. For over two decades, Don has developed a reputation for training some of Hollywood’s biggest names along with athletes, musicians, and business executives to their fullest potential. Starting his career as a trainer in New York City, he later opened his own training business with a 15,000 sq ft state-of-the-art facility named Drive495. Don has also transformed his business in the digital world through his apps, growing social media, and comprehensive online training platform. Recognized today as one of the best in the fitness biz, Don has appeared on the cover of multiple publications such as Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Health, People, and Shape. This episode explores the building and adapting your business model, sustainable and practical approaches to health and fitness, and ultimately being proud of your challenges. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale welcomes Chef Christian André Pettersen with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett. Before Norwegian native Christian André Pettersen took the stage as Europe’s Bocuse d’Or winner, he longed to be a world-class chef since childhood. Using inspiration from his Norwegian & Filipino heritage, Christian blends both origins into his unique dishes. He has been competing since his teens, winning multiple medals in esteemed culinary competitions such as San Pellegrino Young Chef and Bocuse d’Or Norge.This episode explores favorite Bocuse d’Or dishes, the impact of Norwegian cuisine on the world, and personal advice for young chefs looking to follow in his footsteps. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale reflects back on the whirlwind year of 2020 with cohosts Christopher Rieloff and Rachel Barnett.Through the many challenges of navigating a hard-hit industry through a global pandemic, finding new ventures, and exploring emerging technology, our guests have shared a wealth of insights, knowledge, and positivity that make us hopeful for a brighter 2021.This episode takes us back to some of the amazing conversations we’ve had with chefs, entrepreneurs, influencers, and most importantly - dear friends. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale’s guest is Ryan Peters, Pittsburgh-based Chef and culinary influencer. After graduating from culinary school, Chef Peters completed an externship at Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, FL before returning home to Pennsylvania and working with Chef Kevin Sousa. After some time, Ryan relocated back to Key Largo to be Ocean Reef’s Banquet Sous Chef, deepening his knowledge of culinary operations. A few years later, he moved back to Pittsburgh to open his own restaurant, later venturing to other restaurants where he continues today that really developing his love of making pasta. About a year ago, he began to share his love of pasta on Tik Tok and his enticing content has captured 1.6 million followers and close to 27 million likes across the platform under @peterspasta. This episode explores the positive insights inside the Tik Tok world, the creative process of creating content, and finding the brand voice that works for you. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 24 - Julien Fayard

Episode 24 - Julien Fayard

2020-12-1601:05:13

On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale’s guest is Julien Fayard, one of Napa Valley’s most respected winemakers and owner of Fayard Winemaking.Originally from the South of France, Julien has always been surrounded by the wine, with fond memories of his childhood in his family’s winery. After working his way through renown wineries such as Lafite Rothschild and Smith Haut Lafitte in Bordeaux, he eventually moved to Napa to work with Philippe Melka for 8 years before launching his own projects. Julien shares with us an incredible wealth of knowledge of the facets and science behind winemaking and how he puts a French touch on California wines.This episode explores the impact of the wildfires and global pandemic on the wine industry, creating high-quality wine at a price consumers are comfortable with, and ultimately, how wine balances out life.You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale’s guest is Michael Farid, CEO and co-founder of Boston-based Spyce Kitchen, a fully-automated and innovative fast-casual dining experience. Michael and 3 other MIT grads bonded over their love of food and leveraged their engineering knowledge and resources to bring this concept to life. Also taking inspiration from Chef Daniel Boulud’s involvement, Spyce has grown into an exciting and reputable brand known for its fresh, healthy dishes beyond the robotics. From their vegetable-focused dishes and plant-based alternatives to their use of electric mopeds for food delivery, these initiatives lead to the sustainability of our planet and its future which was also the inspiration behind creating Spyce. This episode explores the unique challenges and advantages of a robotic kitchen, the impact of COVID on their business model, and potential future collaborations and expansions. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 22 - Alex Dispence

Episode 22 - Alex Dispence

2020-12-0201:13:54

On today’s episode of Let’s Dig In, host Rich Rosendale’s guest is Alex Dispence, Chef, Content Creator, Podcast Host, and Blogger. Social media has taken the world by storm, and the opportunities and exposure that it brings can be incredible. Take Chef Alex Dispense for example, also known as @supchef on the trending platform TikTok. His fun and interactive cooking clips have garnered close to half a million followers and over a million views. Beyond TikTok, Alex leverages his culinary background and social media to create and host a growing podcast, fashion blog, merchandise, and content creation. This exciting episode explores the power of social media in personal or professional branding, finding your authentic passions, and making a sustainable lifestyle out of them. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let’s Dig In Podcast!
Episode 21 - Thomas Keller

Episode 21 - Thomas Keller

2020-11-2501:16:23

On today's episode of the Let's Dig in Podcast, host Rich Rosendale's guest is Thomas Keller, chef and proprietor of the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group, which includes The French Laundry, Perse, Bouchon Bistro, Bouchon Bakery, Ad Hoc, La Calenda in Yountville California, and the Surf Club in Miami Florida. Chef Keller was the first and only American-born chef to hold multiple three-star Michelin ratings. He is also the author of five cookbooks and the President of the Mentor BKB Foundation. We spoke with him about how he has been navigating through the relentless adversity in 2020 and the impact on his company. Chef Keller also shared some insightful feedback on the importance of mentorship.You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcast.  Please subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Spotify and YouTube. Follow us @richrosendale.Thanks for being a part of the Let's Dig in Podcast!This Show is sponsored by Vita Mix Intro, mid read, and out-tro • The Quiet One: Our Quietest Blender-sound enclosure gives unparalled sound reduction, and exceptional beverage blends• Vita Prep 3: With enhanced power you can chop prep time in half with culinary precision.• XL: The industry’s most efficient, large-capacity machine with a 4.2-horsepower motor and a 1.5-gallon container
Episode 20 - Daryl Shular

Episode 20 - Daryl Shular

2020-11-1801:02:43

On today's episode of Let's Dig In, host Rich Rosendale's guest is Daryl Shular, a culinary entrepreneur, educator, and history maker as the first African American and minority to successfully pass the grueling CMC exam. With a history of embracing challenges and overcoming odds against him, Chef Shular has brought his community together by successfully teaching the next generation of chefs through his time as Director of Education at Le Cordon Bleu and by creating Atlanta-based Shular Hospitality Group. Part of his Hospitality Group is a merit-based, hands-on culinary school that will teach the fundamental technical and soft skills under little to no debt, set to open in early 2021. In the meantime, his culinary school opened its restaurant division, Farmed Kitchen + Bar, his group launched Plateed Online for cooking classes, and created sustainability-focused Soul Food catering company Earth First. Chef Shular shares the power of giving the community the right tools to grow and changing lives through food. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let's Dig In Podcast!
Episode 19 - Antwon Brinson

Episode 19 - Antwon Brinson

2020-11-1101:03:39

On today's episode of the Let's Dig in Podcast, host Rich Rosendale's guest is Antwon Brinson, a Social Impact Entrepreneur, and Founder/CEO of Culinary Concepts AB. His company is based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Culinary Concepts AB, mission is to create a socially-minded company that focuses on developing people's ability and passion by teaching life skills using the culinary arts. We spoke to Antwon about what it's been like to launch his company and the powerful impact it has had on the students that have gone through his program. We also spoke about his virtual cooking class that takes participants around the world highlighting cuisines like Ethiopian and West Africa to name a few. In addition to running his company, and spending time with his family, he continues to dedicate what free time he has to his local community serving on several boards and committees. We believe that Antwon represents the future of entrepreneurship where one's work goals also serve to better their environment in some way. You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcast. Please subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Spotify and YouTube. Follow us @richrosendale Thanks for being a part of the Let's Dig in Podcast!
Episode 18 - Meathead

Episode 18 - Meathead

2020-11-0401:05:27

On today's episode of Let's Dig In, host Rich Rosendale's guest is BBQ Whisperer Meathead Goldwyn, Pitmaster, founder of AmazingRibs.com, critically-acclaimed wine critic, and New York Times Best Selling Author of Meathead: The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling that has sold over 200,000 copies since its release. Meathead shares his unique history and story behind his unforgettable name, along with how his education in Journalism and Art led to the creation of AmazingRibs.com, one of today’s top resources for all things barbecue and outdoors cooking. We explore crucial concepts and scientific breakdown when it comes to barbecuing, food photography tricks, and get a first-hand experience of his impressive wealth of culinary knowledge.

You can listen to our show on iTunes and where you find your favorite podcasts. Please subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and follow us at @richrosendale. Thanks for being a part of the Let's Dig In Podcast!
Want to know what it takes to build one of Miami’s restaurant empires? Ask Brad Kilgore. A Kansas City native, Chef Kilgore has been making large waves in the culinary industry for years, making his mark through notable kitchens including Chicago’s L2O, Alinea, Boka, Miami’s Azul, and J&G Grill. Our exciting chat took us through his latest ventures and being a pillar in the community during these difficult times. We also learned of an unexpected pizza phenomenon that took over South Florida this summer. Brad Kilgore was named Best New Chef in America by Food & Wine Magazine and Alter was named a Diners Discovery from San Pellegrino "The World's 50 Best".
Ukrainian pâtissière Dinara Kasko is breaking boundaries when it comes to her usage of 3D printing and computer imaging when it comes to baking show-stopping cakes. A designer at heart, her sophisticated designs and delicious flavors, always using the element of surprise, have garnered the attention of close to 800,000 followers around the globe in various media outlets. Dinara shares her passion with the world through her crafted recipes, pastry classes, and silicone molds so others can create art wherever they are.
Arizona native and a Food Network Chopped champion, Chef Tom D’Ambrosio chats with us this week on his journey of over a decade in fine dining leading to his return to Phoenix to own and operate Aioli Gourmet Burgers, one of the fastest growing and most popular food truck experiences in Arizona.
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