Honoring Floyd Cardoz, Vendors During Quarantine, Instant Pots Are Stupid, and Regrowing Scallions | The Dave Chang Show
Dave pays his respects to the late, great Floyd Cardoz, who passed away on March 25, 2020, due to complications from contracting COVID-19 (0:57). Then, he calls up Majordomo Media head of creative Chris Ying to discuss the importance of protecting vendors in the COVID-19 era (10:20), the undeniable stupidity of the Instant Pot fad (39:34), a valuable lesson that can be learned from the survivalist trick of regrowing scallions (53:40), and more.
How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Hurting the Restaurant Industry | The Dave Chang Show
Dave is joined by Majordomo Media’s head of creative Chris Ying to discuss the devastation that the COVID-19 pandemic is inflicting upon the restaurant industry and the policies that can be implemented to counteract it. We encourage you to contact your representatives through the United States Capitol hotline at (202) 224-3121.
The Legacy of Gray Kunz, Quart Containers, and Frozen Peas. Plus: The Current State of Geopolitics With Ian Bremmer | The Dave Chang Show
Dave honors the life of the late great chef Gray Kunz, explains the utility of quart containers, and illustrates the unique advantages of frozen produce (1:09) before bringing in GZERO Media founder Ian Bremmer to discuss how geopolitics has changed in the modern age (15:58).
‘Ugly Delicious’ Opening Diaries, With Morgan Neville | The Dave Chang Show
Dave gives some restaurant recommendations, offers an alternative to hand sanitizer, and explains his declining interest for baseball (0:41) before sitting down with Oscar-winning director of ‘Ugly Delicious’ Morgan Neville to discuss how the series came about and evolving the show for the second season (11:47). ‘Ugly Delicious’ season 2 is now available to stream on Netflix.
‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2 Preview, the Teflon Wok, and Jerry Saltz, Vol. 2 | The Dave Chang Show
On the 100th episode of ‘The Dave Chang Show,’ Dave gives a preview of the upcoming second season of ‘Ugly Delicious’ and discusses the many uses of the teflon wok (1:46) before bringing in one of the most popular guests in show history, the Pulitzer Prize–winning art critic Jerry Saltz, to further explore the intricacies of the creative process (16:41).