It's the first episode of the year and we kick off with Phil 'Buzz' Rothfield looking into his crystal ball to declare the big stories that will play out in 2023 and his predictions for the year. Buzz, Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson look at which teams are on the rise, and who's facing a dramatic fall, plus Buzz names two young talents ready to explode onto the NRL scene. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the holiday season but not everyone will be exchanging Christmas cards this year. Phil 'Buzz' Rothfield tells Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson about the bitter squabbles that are still simmering, heading into the new year, looks at the origin of some of the stinks and which ones will never be sorted. There's on-field feuds, media stoushes, strained friendships, some sad, unsavoury fallouts and even a couple of corporate fracas that got a little petty. There's also a special shout out to Dean Ritchie's alter ego, Dennis 'Bullfrog' Ritchie, following his run-in with Kalyn Ponga's father, Andre.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Canterbury continue to overhaul their roster with Corey Allan the latest Bulldog to leave while still holding a contract for next season. Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson look at what Allan's departure means for the Dogs' chances of signing Mitchell Moses and Stephen Crichton, they look at Allan's surprise arrival at the Sydney Roosters, as well as how the Sharks' latest free agency moves affect both Cronulla and Newcastle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The World Cup edition is back as Michael Carayannis, Russell Jackson and Adam Mobbs look at the latest from the UK. They discuss Tonga's underwhelming start to the tournament and their likely quarter-final clash with a resurgent Samoa. They look at the form of Lebanon, whether Jacob Kiraz could be Canterbury's fullback answer, Michael Cheika juggling two international teams and how he would go in the NRL, plus the rampant Kangaroos' selection headaches. For your daily coverage of the League World Cup search for The Daily Telegraph app in your app store, or take out a subscription at dailytelegraph.com.au today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diving deep into the Rugby League World Cup. Adam Mobbs is joined by Russell Jackson and Matt Encarnacion as they break down England's statement victory over Samoa and the problems with the Pacific nation as their tournament hopes hang by a thread. The boys rave about the unfancied World Cup entertainers, Joey Manu's performance, Joseph Suaalii's future and Tonga rolling out the big guns in search of history. For your daily coverage of the League World Cup search for The Daily Telegraph app in your app store, or take out a subscription at dailytelegraph.com.au today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 236. This podcast is proudly supported by Red Energy. Moving house? Call local energy retailer Red Energy. Caro and Corrie discuss the Hawthorn Racism story – broken by Russell Jackson from ABC Sport (you can read the full story HERE).We discuss the role of Fagan and Clarkson, the AFL's response and ponder where to now for the game?Caro and Corrie also discuss the funeral of Queen Elizabeth 11, the key moments and the gestures that moved them the most.In the Cocktail Cabinet brought to us by Prince Wine Store Myles has 3 great Aussie sparkling options for celebrating the Grand Final.Hanging Rock NVDaosa from Adelaide HillsMeadowbank 2016 from TasmaniaUse the promo code MESS at checkout or in store for your 10% listener discount. www.princewinestore.com.au. Save the date and drop in to Prince Wine Store on Wed 26th of October. It's a casual little drop in and we'll be having a little chat with Myles in store, answering a few listener questions from our guests and tasting a wine or two.BSF for Red EnergyJock Serong's new novel The SettlementBecoming Elizabeth on STANJo's Deconstructed Beef Wellingtons (see recipe below). This week Corrie is grumpy about the possible renaming of the Maroondah hospital to honour the Queen (removing the indigenous name).6 Quick Questions· Corrie's annual Brownlow Medal red carpet review· Our favourite public holidays· A Melbourne monument for the Queen?· Caro's Spring floral success story· An amazing Finnish / Hollywood / Art world factYou can check out Clare's Ello Botanicals range HERE.To receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via firstname.lastname@example.org.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Jo's Deconstructed Beef WellingtonMake rounds of puff pastry and allow to cool.To make the duxelle – 500gm of mushrooms finely chopped in a food processor, gently fry until brown with 50g of butter, add a mushroom or chicken stock cube.Add two finely chopped shallots, fry for another 2 minutes, add a good splash of brand, chopped tarragon and 100 ml of cream. It's a cold suggestion.Cook your beef – slow cooked eye fillet for 70 degrees for 3 hours (regardless of oven or size of beef) and let it rest.Smear cold pastry round with pate, top with the duxelle, the sliced beef and chives.
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 33 - It's Going to Play Out in Real Time, In Public ViewThis podcast is proudly supported by Drinkwise. Thanks to our live audience at The George Hotel in South Melbourne. TIME CODES0.00 - Hutchy and Damo discuss the biggest story in AFL today – Russell Jackson's piece on the Hawthorn Racism Review. Can Clarko survive this? The allegations are indefensible but what happens now.12.30 - What now for North Melbourne15.00 – Hutchy's review of the AFMA pie night / Awards.19.30 - Robbo was inducted as a lifetime Achievement Awards at the AFMAs.22.00 - Bruce Guthrie showing a few Glass Jaw tendencies.25.30 - Breaking news. Clarko will delay his start at North Melbourne26.40 - Who will accompany Robbie Williams at the Grand Final – Kylie or Delta.27.30 - Function season is underway – are we fit for it?29.00 – Hutchy got papped at the races. Is Hutchy leaving Footy Classified?. Caro stepping down from Wednesday's.33.30 – The Swans / Buddy Franklin ‘One More' message.34.00 - Magic Round for the AFL?37.00 - Grand Final Week Dust Ups – there's been a few for Damo.39.00 - The optics of bad behaviour at The Brownlow.42.00 - Question of the week47.40 - Kane Cornes – what a remarkable run from Adelaide to Melbourne for My Room has raised so much money already. You can support his cause HERE.To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email email@example.comThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN - thanks to Pete Camelleri and Michael Loughlan for the live sound for this episode.
With 24 hours to process the news, Garry and Tim shared more of their own thoughts on the historic allegations of racism at Hawthorn detailed in Russell Jackson's story for the ABC.
On Wednesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' was largely centred around the grand final sweep they're running for listeners, and they were then joined by Sam Edmund, who discussed the allegations of racism at Hawthorn detailed in Russell Jackson's article for the ABC. After explaining what they thought of the AFL introducing something similar to 'Magic Round' in the NRL, they were joined in the studio by the 2022 premiership cup ambassador Bachar Houli. Sam Edmund rejoined them to shed more light on the Hawthorn story, and they also spoke to Geelong assistant coach Nigel Lappin, before a quick 'Questions Without Notice'. High performance NFL psychologist Dr Michael Gervais called in to talk about his relationship with Geelong and lastly, they were joined by Sydney coach John Longmire.
Garry and Tim were joined by Sam Edmund early in their show today, when they discussed the allegations of racism at the Hawthorn Football Club, detailed in Russell Jackson's story for the ABC. They then shared their thoughts an a potential 'Magic Round' in the AFL, and then spoke to high performance NFL psychologist Michael Gervais about his relationship with Geelong. Lastly, they were joined by Sydney coach John Longmire.
We're back!! In July I sat down to chat with legendary bass player Russell Jackson who was playing at The Cherryville Roadhouse with me at super short notice. Cool guy. BB King! Swatting flies! Tito Jackson! Spanking the plank! Military service! If you dig what we are laying down, you can donate to the podcast here PayPal.me/gogoguitar . We love you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-gogo-podcast/message
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Tim in the studio to discuss the allegations of racism at the Hawthorn Football Club, that were detailed in Russell Jackson's story for the ABC.
We talk to legendary Australian captain and batsman Allan Border about his experience of touring the subcontinent in the 1980s - taking in the tied Test in 1986, the World Cup win in 1987, and the controversial tour of Pakistan in 1988. Joining Border is veteran journalist Mike Coward, whose classic book - Cricket Beyond the Bazaar - we recently republished via 81allout Publishing. Buy Cricket Beyond the Bazaar: India (hardback) | India (paperback, e-copy) Australia (hardback, paperback, e-copy) USA (hardback, paperback, e-copy) UK (hardback, paperback, e-copy) Canada (hardback, paperback, e-copy) For the rest - please check your country-specific Amazon pages. Talking Points: The cultural shock in the subcontinent for Australians of Border's generation Coming to grips with the heat, the noise, and the way of life in India The pressure that Border was under in the lead-up to the tied Test Dean Jones' epic innings and the role Border had in it The final day of the tied Test - when players and umpires felt the heat Bob Simpson's contributions as manager of the team during the 1987 World Cup Defying the odds in Lahore as Steve Waugh silenced the capacity crowd Gatting c Dyer b Border 41 (and the moment when a World Cup final turned) How Mike Coward managed to be both empathetic towards the players and ruthlessly objective when reporting the crisis in Pakistan in 1988 The legacy of Frank Tarrant and the pioneering Australian tour of 1935 The institution of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy: its cache and its future Participants: Allan Border Mike Coward Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) Related: Cricket Beyond the Bazaar: the revival of a classic book - 81allout A lifetime in cricket writing - 81allout podcast with Mike Coward The subcontinent beyond the cliches: revisiting a landmark cricket book - Dan Brettig and Russell Jackson discuss Cricket Beyond the Bazaar - 81allout podcast Embracing the East: Suresh Menon on Cricket Beyond the Bazaar - ESPNcricinfo Mike Coward's books The Final Frontier: Mike Coward - The Greatest Season That Was podcast 'It long irked me that sports writing, in this country, has been devalued' - Mike Coward's speech at the ASC Lifetime Achievement Awards in 2015
It's been a massive week at the Bulldogs and Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson look at Trent Barrett's departure, who should replace him and why the pain is far from over for Canterbury supporters. Buzz reveals the feuds he buried during Magic Round, Craig Bellamy's decision on his future and they preview the big weekend of footy. As always, they answer your questions and do dinner orders. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Nicole talks to multi award winning journalist Russell Jackson about the work he's doing to give a voice to survivors of historical cases of child sexual abuse at some of our biggest and most beloved sporting clubs. CONTENT WARNING: This episode tackles difficult and sensitive issues including child sexual abuse and violence against children. If you or someone you know needs help or to talk: Lifeline - 13 11 14 Kids Helpline - 1800 55 1800 Beyond Blue - 1300 22 4636 1800 Respect - 1800 737 732 MensLine Australia - 1300 789 978 The most recent piece Russell and Nicole discuss is Adam's story. You can read the rest of Russell Jackson's work here. You can follow him on twitter here.You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org The Outer Sanctum is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work, live, learn and play, and pay our respects to Indigenous Elders past and present. We recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded – that this always was and always will be Aboriginal land. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We had some family come through to talk Vikings... shout out DJ A-Quil. We hate the Central Division because it make no sense. Pittsburgh is the Midwest - we got them W's? We got a #1 receiver we show love to The Hill District.The Ravens are not that good, Lamar and Patrick are two sides of the same coin, we compare everything - The Norths, WR duos and Najee v Dalvin. Michael Strahan had to really make some career moves and shout out to the greatest player ever... Russell Jackson.TJ for DPOY!!!
In this episode, we revisit Mike Coward's book about Australian tours to the subcontinent through the 1980s: Cricket Beyond the Bazaar. Joining us to dissect the book – and its importance for Australian cricket literature – are two contemporary journalists - Russell Jackson and Daniel Brettig. They tell us about the effect the book had on them and how it continues to be a guiding beacon for Australians reporting on the subcontinent. Click here to support 81allout on Kofi Talking Points: The history of India-Australia relations and the blossoming of cricketing ties in the 1980s Mike Coward's love for India – and how he intuitively grasped how big the game would become in the subcontinent A delightful mess of a book - journalism, travelogue, observations, rumination, history, culture.. it has it all The cult status that Allan Border, Dean Jones, David Boon and so many others of that generation enjoy among Indians of a certain generation The 1986 tied Test and the start of the Australian renaissance How writers like Mike Coward helped several Australians grasp the complexities of the subcontinent Australia's triumphant World Cup in 1987 - and the historic win in Lahore Australia's controversial tour to Pakistan in 1988 - and the effect it had for the next decade How Mike Coward stayed true to his profession despite having such unbridled access to the players and team management The relevance of the book today and how young Australian readers can benefit from it Participants: Daniel Brettig (@danbrettig) Russell Jackson (@rustyjacko) Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) Related: Embracing the East: Suresh Menon on Cricket Beyond the Bazaar - ESPNcricinfo When a tie was a victory for Border's battlers - Michael Sexton on his book about the tied Test in Madras - 81allout podcast The Final Frontier: Mike Coward - The Greatest Season That Was podcast Collection of Mike Coward's articles for ESPNcricinfo 'It long irked me that sports writing, in this country, has been devalued' - Mike Coward's speech at the ASC Lifetime Achievement Awards in 2015 Clueless Australia need a cultural shift - Daniel Brettig - ESPNcricinfo Daniel Brettig: Books on Amazon.com Russell Jackson - articles on ABC Sport
Chef Russell Jackson opened a restaurant in Harlem, New York, about six months before the pandemic began. During that time he became vocal about what it means to be a Black chef. He discusses restaurant recovery and race. And, this month, Yosemite National Park opened a restored Chinese laundry building on its grounds. The public exhibit will highlight the contributions of Chinese immigrants to the park. Ranger Yenyen Chan, who played a crucial part in making the exhibit a reality, joins us.
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S6 Ep 13 - Questions.Send Hutchy and Damo an email via email@example.com.Follow the show on Twitter @SoundingBoardEP or on Facebook HERE.You can read Russell Jackson's story on Rod Owen HERE. Find Hutchy and Damo on Clubhouse and keep an eye on our Twitter feed to be part of our next Clubhouse Questions session.The Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.
One of Andrew's favorite recent meals in NYC was a dinner at Kimika, a newly opened restaurant in lower Manhattan, where chef Christine Lau serves up a distinct and very flavorful mashup of Italian and Japanese influences. Christine sat down with Andrew to discuss her path to the kitchen, which ran through stints as a high school and college athlete and myriad other professions, before committing to her very successful career. And in our weekly news and commentary segment, The Line-Up, chef Russell Jackson of Reverence restaurant in New York City, who helped put together the recently released Safety First program with Food & Society of The Aspen Institute, discusses the genesis and development of these comprehensive handbooks and one-sheets.Andrew Talks to Chefs is sponsored in part by meez; please check out this revolutionary new interactive recipe database and tool for professional chefs and cooks.Please consider supporting Andrew Talks to Chefs via our Patreon page–we have just eliminated tiered contributor levels and invite one and all to support us at a minimum of just $2 per month. Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information.
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss The NY Times documentary Framing Britney Spears, Christopher Plummer, Golden Globe noms, The Weeknd’s Super Bowl performance, Debra Messing’s worst tweet, Morgan Wallen’s racism scandal, Cracker Barrel’s etymology and more. Plus, Baratunde Thurston joins to discuss his podcast How to Citizen and how Black and white America moves forward post Trump. Aida's recs: Aja Monet -- The Black Unicorn Sings Mikki Kendall -- Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot t’ai freedom ford -- how to get over Buy them from your local black owned bookstore Poppy + Rose Bed-Stuy Fish Fry @tierrwhack Baratunde's recs: Black-owned publishing company called A Kids Book About. They make empowering, challenging and important books for kids on everything from racism to depression to creativity. Reverence, a Black-owned restaurant on historic Striver’s Row in Harlem created by Chef Russell Jackson (@chefrjackson on IG). He’s adapted the chef’s table-only dining experience to amazing to go food compatible with a global pandemic’s restrictions. Find Reverence on IG @reverencenyc or online at reverence.nyc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chef, restaurateur, TV personality, activist and graduate of the California Culinary Academy, Russell Jackson has a story to tell. Welcome to Episode 8 of the Farm.One podcast. Kicking things off, Rob, Jess and Michael talk about GMOs. Is there really a problem? Rob then sits down for an extended conversation with Russell about his career as a chef (he's been cooking for other people for over 40 years), his vocal and monetary support of urban farming (he's an investor in Farm.One), food deserts and changing the food system, the crazy level of drama that is Los Angeles (his hometown), making his way through the culinary Mecca of the Bay Area, his principles and what he's trying to express in his restaurants, businesses and cooking and how important his community of friends have been in his success.. Known to some for his appearances on the Food Network's Iron Chef and The Next Food Network Star, Russell was born and raised in Los Angeles and eventually made his way to graduate top of his class at the California Culinary Academy in 1990. After returning to LA to open a restaurant, Russell made his way back to San Francisco. Through the highs and lows of working at some of California's best restaurants, he opened Lafitte to great fanfare in San Francisco, only to close it a few years later. Russell found himself in New York City and opened his latest restaurant in Harlem last year. In his telling, Reverence is more than just a restaurant. It's a story, an exchange of ideas, an expression of him. The culmination of all his experiences at age 57 and his message to the world about what he's learned is important. Learn more about Russell's restaurant, Reverence: https://reverence.nyc/ (https://reverence.nyc/) Instagram: @reverencenyc and @chefrjackson Independent Restaurant Coalition: https://www.saverestaurants.com/ (https://www.saverestaurants.com/) Article: Stop Arguing Over GMOs, Scientific American, Dr Sarah Garland, Dec. 14, 2020 - https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/stop-arguing-over-gmo-crops/ (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/stop-arguing-over-gmo-crops/)
In this episode we talk to Russell Jackson, Ryan Moorhead and Sam Monville. They are the new promoters of the Iron City Classic. We discuss the cancelation of the 2020 event, the reasons behind it and the goals for 2021... with lots of stories in between.
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 141.Don't Shoot the Messenger is powered by Red Energy. To support the company that supports us - give Red Energy a call on 131 806 or visit their website HERE - for real Aussie energy.SHOW NOTESWe kick off with plenty of housekeeping - thanks for all of your messages. Plenty of great suggestions for Corrie to improve her sleep - and Caro and Corrie reflect on their August challenges.This week we discuss Melbourne's mindset in this phase of Stage 4 Lockdown. Dan Andrew's wants us to be proud - are we?From the chaos of COVID comes great innovation in many sphere's - Caro and Corrie are loving the new 'Click For Vic' campaign from Visit Victoria.Click For Vic is a curated a selection of the many restaurants, cafes, bars, producers, growers, and artisans offering you a slice of the good life delivered straight to your door. More info on Click For Vic HERE.With around 70 days to go until the US Election - Corrie explains why it's so important for Australians to tune in to this moment in history.Caro's decided to stay in lockdown in Melbourne instead of relocating to the AFL's Northern Hub in Queensland for the last few rounds of the season. She praises St Kilda for their immediate apology to former player Rob Muir after Russell Jackson's article this week. You can read Russell's article 'The persecution of Robert Muir is the story football doesn't want to hear' HERE.Corrie's Crush of the Week for Red Energy is 13 year old Brayden Harrington - the 'boy with the stutter' who became the surprise hit of the recent online Democratic convention. See the remarkable Brayden' speech HERE. BSFCorrie's the 'canary in the coal mine' this week - tackling Finding Freedom. Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family by Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie. You can buy the book at My Bookshop HERE. In screen - Caro and Corrie are enjoying the return on Halifax FP Halifax Retribution with Rebecca Gibney and Last Tango in Halifax.Caro shares a recipe from Nigella Express - Coq Au Riesling (find the recipe HERE or below).This week the Richmond Football Club are making her grumpy and in '6 Quick Questions' we find out about Brendan's birthday celebrations, talk tips for parenting toddlers in lockdown and review this week's online shopping purchases.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram @DontShootPod.Like our Facebook page and hit 'Sign Up' to receive weekly updates HERE.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Crocmedia.Email the show via firstname.lastname@example.org.Coq Au Riesling from Nigella ExpressServes: 6INGREDIENTSMETRICCUPS2 tablespoons garlic infused olive oil150 grams bacon lardons1 leek (finely sliced)12 boneless, skinless chicken thighs3 bay leaves300 grams oyster mushrooms (torn into strips)1 x 750 millilitres bottle riesling1 splash of double cream (optional)salt (to taste)pepper (to taste)1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill (to serve)METHODHeat the oil in a casserole or large, wide pan and fry the lardons until crisp.Add the sliced leek and soften it with the lardons for a minute or so.Cut chicken thighs into 2 or 3 pieces each, tip them into the pan with the bay leaves, torn mushrooms and wine.Season with salt and pepper to taste and bring to the boil, cover the pan and simmer gently for 30-40 minutes, stirring in the double cream for the last couple of minutes if you want. Like all stews, this tastes its mellowest best if you let it get cold and then reheat the next day. But it's no hardship to eat straight off. Whichever, serve sprinkled with dill and together with some buttered noodles.
We're big on Freo this week, whose dominant win over Sydney stood out as the performance of Round 13 amongst a bunch of unconvincing wins. Are they the team most likely to surge up the ladder next year? On The Outer says yes. Plus we've got another new clubhouse leader in Starman, the return of our "free advice for Channel 7" segment, and full previews and tips for Round 14. Russell Jackson's story on Robert Muir - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-08-23/persecution-of-robert-muir-story-football-doesnt-want-to-hear/12553554If you want to get in touch, flick us an email at email@example.com or hit us up on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.Check out our round reviews, Rolling AA team, Team Of The Week and all our written word content over at ontheouterblog.wordpress.com
Just before New York City went into lockdown mid-March, Russell Jackson--chef/owner of Harlem's tasting menu restaurant Reverence--sat down with Andrew for an in-depth interview covering his Southern California upbringing, his training in a handful of legendary restaurants in LA and San Francisco, why he came to New York, as well as such tangential subjects as Star Wars, Bruce Lee, social media, and being present. It's an action-packed hour and a bittersweet evocation of a pre-pandemic feeling. If in New York City, please support Reverence, which is currently lovingly preparing and selling their own take on bento boxes every weekend. Reserve yours today!Please consider supporting Andrew Talks to Chefs via our Patreon page–pledge $10 or more per month and gain access to bonus, patron-only episodes, blog posts, polls, and more. Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information.
Is it possible for everyone to ‘eat well’ as in food with healthy nutritional ingredients which has been produced with no environmental or adverse health consequences? Some people just love food but don't love eating, others love eating but don't care much for food. Join us in a fun conversation about food and the chef lifestyle with Russel Jackson, the founder of an underground supper club in San Francisco, where he uses local ingredients to create innovative meals. He's been cooking since he was 3 years old and recently battled Jose Garces in Iron Chef America Battle Rhubarb!
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Today's episode of All in the Industry® was recorded LIVE on Monday, December 16, 2019 at Industry City in Brooklyn, NY. Host Shari Bayer interviews Chef and Owner Russell Jackson of Subculture Dining, and Reverence, his first NYC restaurant that recently debuted in Harlem, and is one of his most personal experiences. Reverence features a seasonal, modern California-inspired tasting menu with optional beverage pairings. Russell previously owned Lafitte in San Francisco and Russell’s in Los Angeles. He is the Host/Creator for PopfoodsTV, and has made notable TV appearances including SF Chefs, Iron Chef America, Food Network Star, and Off the Menu, the first original Award Winning Digital for NBC/Universal on BravoTV. Our show also features Shari's PR tip, Speed Round, Industry News discussion, and Solo Dining experience at Hometown BBQ in Industry City. Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry! ----- We are also thrilled to announce H.O.S.T. SUMMIT + SOCIAL, a new conference for, and about, the hospitality industry, based on our podcast, taking place Monday, January 27, 2020 at The William Vale in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC. H.O.S.T. (Hospitality. Operations. Services. Technology.) will feature hospitality leaders from some of our most popular episodes on intimate panels, one-on-one interviews, industry news discussions, curated lunch conversations, and more! For information and tickets, visit allintheindustry.com. Hope you'll join us! #hostsummitsocial #host2020 #allin #allindustry.The holiday season is all about food and community. There’s no better time to show your support for food radio by becoming a member! Lend your voice and help HRN continue to spreading the message of equitable, sustainable, and delicious food – together, we can change minds and build a better food system. Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate today to become a crucial part of the HRN community.Photo Courtesy of Russell JacksonAll In The Industry is powered by Simplecast.
Russell Jackson, Chef & Owner at Reverence,a tasting menu-only restaurant located in Harlem's Strivers' Row district in New York CityRussell Jackson Chef & Owner at Reverence is interviewed in this episode. Follow Adam on Instagram at Ask Adam Torres for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule. Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast: https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/podcastguest --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneymatters/support
Episode Notes The Newest Episode, #50 @Pipercarter Podcast, on @DetroitisDifferent: The League of Revolutionary Black Workers Show Topic: This week, @PiperCarter has a dynamic discussion With Alonzo Chandler, Russell Jackson, and William Mitchell about the origins and their dedication to The League of Revolutionary Black Workers. The native Detroiters share stories, perspectives, and wisdom about the Past, Present and Future of Black Culture in the American Society. Weekly Featured Music: Danni Cassette - Banana & Alexis Allon - Closer Listen + Subscribe NOW: Apple Podcast | Google Play | Stitcher | Spotify Piper Carter is the founder of 'We Found Hip-hop.' Advocate for Women in Hip-hop, Hip-hop culture, Detroit advocacy, Artistry, and Youth Dilla Day Detroit.
Russell Jackson is a writer, illustrator and fan of metal music. He loves weird literature and visual story-telling. On this episode, he discusses Crawling Chaos and touches on the topic of sparkling vampires with hosts, Ariana R. Cherry and Josh Annis. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jianetwork/support
A graduate of the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, Chef Russell Jackson’s passion for food started out like many of us, at home watching his Mother cooking family meals. He went on to become the Head Chef role at the James Beard-nominated Black Cat and eventually landed an opportunity to appear on both Iron […]
A graduate of the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, Chef Russell Jackson’s passion for food started out like many of us, at home watching his Mother cooking family meals. He went on to become the Head Chef role at the James Beard-nominated Black Cat and eventually landed an opportunity to appear on both Iron […]
If you listened to my previous podcast, you witnessed my interview with the final three contestants of Season 9 of Food Network Star: Rodney Henry, Damaris Phillips and Russell Jackson. Now, we’re back again, but only one remains victorious, and that is Damaris Phillips. She shares her success story, from south to north to south again, from brewing coffee to baking to culinary school, and now, winning Food Network Star. She brings us back to her Southern roots, talking about her belief in traditional home-style family dinners, in hopes that she can bring back this idea and get people wanting to cook again. Plus, she has some out-of-this-world food preferences, like pickled kale stems, beet juice cocktails and more. Please subscribe to the new homes of The Alton Browncast on: iTunes Stitcher Radio RSS Feed The post Damaris Phillips: The Alton Browncast #8 appeared first on ALTON BROWN.
In this episode, I sit down with the Season 9 finalists of Food Network Star and it gets a little sweaty (well, Rodney does). Finalists include Rodney Henry, pie enthusiast, Damaris Phillips, modern-Southern food chef, and Russell Jackson, culinary sin artist. As I get to have my first real conversation with the contestants, they share their new found fame stories, their most valuable dish stories, and even some conspiracy theories. On a deeper note, they tell me about how the show has changed them, as well as their food and cooking. And, if you’re wondering what life is like after Food Network Star, it seems to involve being comped free things at your local pharmacy, a lot of being stopped at airports, and even moving into thrift store dressing rooms? Don’t ask me. Please subscribe to the new homes of.. The post And Then There Were Three: The Alton Browncast #7 appeared first on ALTON BROWN.