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The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

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Dave Chang has a few questions. Besides being the chef of the Momofuku restaurants and the creator and host of Netflix’s 'Ugly Delicious,' Dave is an avid student and fan of sports, music, art, film, and, of course, food. In ranging conversations that cover everything from the creative process to his guest’s guiltiest pleasures, Dave and a rotating cast of smart, thought-provoking guests talk about their inspirations, failures, successes, fame, and identities.
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Rohit Albin Cheyaden

Such an amazing podcast! This episode was really great. I have always regretted not ever being able to have a meal at Wd~50 Still hurts.

Sep 21st
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Ulrikke Olufsen

Thank you for this episode, heartbreaking but so important.

Jul 25th
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Niki Torres

I love this episode. I'm glad this was the episode that introduced me to David Chang's foray into podcasts. The storytelling, the conversation, and the reality of being a Korean-American. It's such an interesting look into her life. David was right about there being trade-offs and it was fab that Chloe said she won't change anything about her life. Congrats again Chloe for the gold medal! All the best to your next medal. David, I have yet to try your restaurants but I really love Ugly Delicious. 😊

Jul 3rd
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Vicky Applebaum

Luckily, today, nobody mocks my daughter for her "different" lunches. Our kids are lucky to grow up in such a diverse community where no kid brings a baloney sandwich. And yes, yes, yes to perceptions of MSG being inherently racist...!

Jun 23rd
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Vicky Applebaum

She's adorable!! As an Asian-Canadian, I wish I'd had a cool role model like her growing up. Great podcast!

Jun 23rd
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Sylvia Sargeant

Thank you.

Jun 20th
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Maria Campbell

Thanks for this.

Jun 17th
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Flora Davis

I'm so grateful you did this. Its incredibly valuable and honest, and so much of what you said resonated with me and my experience. The benefit of that is the warmth and light it shines on the darkness that we battle with. thank you thank you thank you. Rest in Peace Anthony Bourdain... still so hard to fathom.

Jun 14th
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Karen Fender

Thank you!

Jun 14th
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amy voong

I'm 100%in par with the default cultural appropriation of "others" TAKING my traditions and cultural values into Instagram fashion and trends. even the smallest things. I wanted to slap this blonde bitch with a Jade bracelet at the supermarket yesterday. the anger was real. Like Dave, it takes so much strength to learn how to start dialogue.

Jun 2nd
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Aaron Hartje

I get a little tired of the mischaracterization of issues such as sexual harassment, etc., by the likes of Helen Rosner. I'm sorry, like, I mean, like, Helen Rosner. Rosner is typical of a generation that has demonstrated over more than the last half decade that it has chosen to substitute a pop-culture narrative for actual research when it comes to the nature of the world over the past few decades. The fact of the matter is that the sort of actions that gave rise to the #MeToo movement have been (as Rosner, to her credit, mentioned) illegal for DECADES. Where her lack of perspective shines most bright is in the assertion that this was not considered a big deal in decades past. At no time in the working life of myself (I've been out there, plugging away, for about 30 years) or my father have employers been able to simply toss aside accusations of harassment and ignore them if the accusor made an issue of it. If a complaint was pursued, action was taken. And if it wasn't, that was remedied in the courts in favor of the accusor to such a degree that there was no reason to believe that shedding light on an incident or series of incidents would come to nothing. Some conveniently forget that Harvey Weinstein's transgressions only came to public light after a NYPD sting operation captured him on tape pressuring a model/actress - not because one brave woman raised her voice and cried, "Enough!" Until then, all these actresses were perfectly comfortable with the status quo. At least a few of these women were high-profile enough that their accusations would have taken as fact before even involving the courts, bringing this monster down. But they did nothing. Were they to blame for their victimization? By no means. Were they to blame for its perpetuation? At least partly. The laws were in place and the system was working. Rosner's generation simply needs to accept who was, like, choosing to do, like, nothing.

Jun 1st
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Zach Harter

love this podcast, David Chang is at the top in the industry right now

May 31st
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Jen LyBarger

I agree with Bill, be yourself. Drop the Fbomb all you want, this is yours and it humanizes this podcast!! Love you Dave, love your Netflix show Ugly Delicious!! telling everybody to watch you and listen to your fucking podcast 😎😁

May 17th
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Gina DiBenardo Carvajal

love listening and watching on netflix. dave i just want to be your friend!

May 16th
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Stephanie Nelson

To toast to Dave... bought all the fixings and I'm making his Momofuku Ramen this weekend. LA will be so much better with some Chang and I'm already loving this cast.

Apr 28th
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Bato de Nayarit

Stephanie Nelson mmmmm

May 8th
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