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DOTJ - Drinking On The Job

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DOTJ- 'Drinking On The Job' is a toast to the culture of food, wine and life. It’s like you’re one barstool away from a conversation you can’t stop listening to. Grab a glass before last call.
93 Episodes
David Kulko was being groomed to take over a cult but instead of drinking the Kool Aid he drank mezcal and found his true light.
Iron Chef Marc Forgione tells the story of his journey to the mountain top
Uncle Boons was one of the hottest Michelin Star restaurants in New York. Chef Shirwin Burrowes talks about surviving the Covid shut down and closing. 
Aaron Burr’s Cider illuminates the painstaking details of making this highly sought after Cider.
From humble beginnings out of a storefront window to the shelves at Whole Foods, Brodo Bone Broth is a panacea. A super boost to your immune system and crazy delicious.
Hannah Selinger's Eater article on David Chang was an epic call out on abuse. I expect nothing less from this brilliant writer. 
Dandelion Wine is a retail store hell bent on lifting people up-from supporting BLM to the struggling restaurant industry , Lily Peachin is making a difference one great bottle at a time.
In honor of  Mia Van de Water being elected to the Board of Directors for the Court of Master Sommeliers I am re-releasing this truly,  now historic episode!
End of the year wrap-up. My all time favorite episode includes Dennis Hopper, Pabst Blue Ribbon and the Mayor of Portlandia, Kyle MacLachlan!
From a small village in Sancerre, to living in a castle in China, Laura Masero now manages one of the most dynamic French portfolios in the market. BONUS: She shares what Champagne to celebrate with this New Years’s Eve.
Here's the word puzzle: Rick Shobin, Baby Dragon Pale Ale, John Legend and Kanye. Listen to connect the dots.
Episode 82: Ben Davis

Episode 82: Ben Davis


In the pre-zoom era Ben Davis was asked to sing over the phone for his final call back on Les Miserables. He booked it. This was the beginning of an amazing career.
$4,500 for a bottle of Sake! Dean Fuerth of Nakazawa explains Super 7 and the high end world of Sake.
Hak Soo Kim has sung on opera stages around the world while simultaneously working in the best restaurants in NYC. From shaving truffles to perfect wine pairings, he always gets the standing ovation. 
Matthew Rorick is one of the most progressive winemakers in California. Forlorn Hope, Queen of the Sierra and Rorick Heritage Vineyards are liquid joy.
Patrick Miller brings the sensibility of a chef when distilling his small batch spirit line. Listen to how he turned his dream into a reality. 
Donna Lennard takes us back to the origins of NYC's beloved restaurants Il Buco and Il Buco Alimentari, from poltergeists to Edgar Allan Poe.
New York Times wine critic reminisces about his famous '$25 And Under' column, the death threats he received and the gritty nineties.
Napa is burning again! Winemaker Keith Emerson from Vineyard 29 and Robert Craig gives us the daily struggle from the epicenter. 
Only sixteen people hold the rare title of 'The Best Sommelier In The World'. Arvid Rosengren is one of them. He takes us on the long crazy journey to the mountain top. 
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