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Prince Street is the new monthly variety show by, for and about people who love food. With celebrity profiles, chef interviews, field reports, cooking and comedy, our team of award-winning journalists, actors and writers explore the ever-changing world of what we eat, what we cook, and the surprising ways food is life.

Prince Street is the new monthly variety show by, for and about people who love food. With celebrity profiles, chef interviews, field reports, cooking and comedy, our team of award-winning journalists, actors and writers explore the ever-changing world of what we eat, what we cook, and the surprising ways food is life.
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Prince Street is the new monthly variety show by, for and about people who love food. With celebrity profiles, chef interviews, field reports, cooking and comedy, our team of award-winning journalists, actors and writers explore the ever-changing world of what we eat, what we cook, and the surprising ways food is life.

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English


Episodes

THE HAPPY VULNERABLE SAD TASTY HAPPY WORLD OF MATTY MATHESON

9/27/2019
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Matty Matheson discusses his journey from rock-bottom addict to his hopes for reaching new heights as a chef, husband and father in this emotional and resonant interview with Prince Street's Howie Kahn.

Duration:00:48:31

MICHAEL SHANNON: FROM GOLDEN GOOP TO GOLDEN MEN

7/12/2019
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On the occasion of his latest Broadway role, as the volatile, titular cook, Johnny, in Terrence McNally's Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Oscar and Tony nominated actor Michael Shannon sits down with Prince Street's Howie Kahn to discuss working at Taco Bell, why acting kills his appetite, a lifetime of his own kitchen failures and triumphs, where to get some of Chicago's best ice cream and much more.

Duration:00:42:26

CATHARTIC DANCING AND CULT OF NOMA WITH AUTHOR JEFF GORDINIER

6/21/2019
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Life falls apart and a chef's example helps put it back together. That's the idea at the core of author Jeff Gordinier's new book, HUNGRY, in which Gordinier follows Noma's René Redzepi around the world, mending his own life in the process. Gordinier joins Prince Street's Howie Kahn to talk about his global travels, the foods that sustain him (some to his wife's chagrin) and what, surprisingly, Gordinier wants to accomplish next.

Duration:00:39:46

THE TRUFFLE UNDERGROUND

6/14/2019
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Author Ryan Jacobs talks about his excellent new book, and the tragedy and rapture surrounding the world’s most coveted fungus. Recorded at Jacobs’s book launch with Prince Street’s Howie Kahn at Little City Books in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Duration:00:32:24

MARLON JAMES: FLOWER VIRGINS AND MIRACLE BERRIES

6/7/2019
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The Man Booker-prize winning novelist talks with Prince Street's Mark Kurlansky about the enchanting world of food of his homeland, Jamaica and his newest bestselling book.

Duration:00:38:44

HENRY, HELOU, HELL YES!

5/31/2019
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TWO OF THE GREATEST COOKBOOK AUTHORS WORKING TODAY, DIANA HENRY AND ANISSA HELOU MEET TO DISCUSS CUISINES FROM ZANZIBAR TO CHINA.

Duration:00:50:56

NO BOOZE, NO PROBLEM

5/17/2019
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Sparkling CBD, distilled, farm fresh peas, liquid adaptogen blends that promise euphoria! Prince Street’s Bianca Bosker takes a deep dive into the the world of Beverages Gone Wild. She sits down with Seedlip CEO and founder Ben Branson, who reveals the origin story of his superpower—and his super brand. Next, Bianca, a former sommelier, leads Taste’s Matt Rodbard and Eater’s Serena Dai in a tasting to determine which of the new breed of beverages matter and whether this trend will upend...

Duration:01:09:04

THE MAGNIFICENT MADHUR JAFFREY

5/10/2019
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From Merchant Ivory's Shakespeare Wallah to Law & Order, from her own televised cooking series to a recent appearance in rap music video, 85-year-old Mahdhur Jaffrey has been a star on the stage, screen and ultimately in the kitchen for six decades. She's written 3 children's books and a memoir. On the occasion of the release of her 30th cookbook--in which she argues why Indian food thrives in an Instant Pot--Jaffrey, one of the best known teachers of Indian cooking alive, sat down with...

Duration:00:40:42

"THE NEW HUMANITY:" MARCUS SAMUELSSON & ALEX GUARNASCHELLI

5/3/2019
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This years marks the 5th anniversary of chef Marcus Samuelsson's super-fun star-studded food festival, the Harlem EatUp! Leading up to it, Marcus sat down with Alex Guarnaschelli to reflect on life in New York and his childhood in Sweden. Marcus and Alex have been friends for a decade and this is an epic conversation, ranging from their encounters with the musician Prince to stories about their formidable mothers. Also covered: why Marcus sometimes wears women's clothing, his immigrant...

Duration:00:57:16

PRINCE STREET WINE CLUB: MCINERNEY & MOUTON ROTHSCHILD

4/26/2019
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Some of the greatest artists of the last century, like Picasso, Richter and Hockney, have designed labels for Bordeaux's legendary Château Mouton Rothschild. Now, those labels, and their corresponding vintages, are helping to raise money to restore Versailles and to rebuild Notre Dame. Find out how fine wine and fine art converge when the Prince Street Wine Club reconvenes with Jay McInerney and Château Mouton Rothschild's Philippe Sereys de Rothschild. Plus, the vintages they think are...

Duration:00:48:55

SAVANNAH’S SMASH HIT: MASHAMA BAILEY AND JOHNO MORISANO

4/19/2019
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The unlikely duo behind The Grey, named one of the best restaurants in America, discuss their meteoric rise and extraordinary partnership. She was a chef with Southern roots working in New York; he was a New York business wiz who had just bought Savannah’s old bus station. The restaurant alchemy that followed is changing Savannah. Plus, Easter cooking tips, obsession-worthy sandwiches and Johno and Mashama talk with host, Howie Kahn about their forthcoming memoir, Black, White and The Grey.

Duration:00:50:22

POWER: BILLIONS’ BRIAN KOPPELMAN

4/12/2019
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Prince Street's Alex Guarnaschelli thinks Brian Koppelman, co-creator of the Showtime hit series BILLIONS, moves through the world like a chef. Find out why and hear what happens when these two food obsessives get together for an epic conversation about power, pizza, and why Brian's monthly smoked fish bill always gets paid before his credit cards.

Duration:00:49:56

ABUSE AND ABSTINENCE

4/5/2019
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Bianca Bosker explores myriad abuses in the restaurant industry with two of New York City's most esteemed beverage directors, Cote's Victoria James and Sam Anderson of Wildair, Contra and Una Pizza Napoletana. Substance abuse, sexual abuse, abuse of power -- it's all on the table in this candid, emotional and corrective conversation. Later in the show, Food & Wine's Kat Kinsman talks with author and food writer Jacqueline Raposo about the want and need to give up some of life's daily chores...

Duration:00:54:53

"IT NEVER OCCURRED TO ME I WAS GOOD ENOUGH TO WRITE ABOUT ANYTHING." RUTH REICHL AND MARK KURLANSKY

3/29/2019
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Just before releasing her latest memoir, Save Me The Plums, legendary food critic, editor and author Ruth Reichl sits down with Prince Street's Mark Kurlansky, to talk about her best and worst days at Condé Nast, her unique relationship with M.F.K. Fisher, which restaurant she reveres most now, how she fought to include recipes in her new book, why she believes success depend on conquering fears and so much more.

Duration:00:50:52

MEET ME IN MOLISE: KATIE PARLA AND PAVIA ROSATI DISCUSS THE SECRETS OF THE ITALIAN SOUTH

3/22/2019
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On her first visit to Italy, New Jersey-born Katie Parla knew it was where she wanted to live. She moved there after college and has quickly become one of the most exciting new voices in Italian food. Pavia Rosati, a fellow New Jersey-raised woman of Italian descent, sat down with the acclaimed author and guide to talk about carb-positivity, the best pasta you can buy outside of Italy, why the best lasagna in Rome arrives by train, the ongoing problem of migrant slave labor, and Katie's...

Duration:00:39:20

COLICCHIO & KURLANSKY GO FISHING

3/15/2019
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The food of the sea has always been important to chef Tom Colicchio: from crabbing in New Jersey with his grandfather and learning their family’s sauce recipe, to distinguishing himself as a chef with his exquisitely simple preparation of fish at Gramercy Tavern, Craft and more. Mark Kurlansky, author of Cod and the forthcoming Salmon and the Earth, who shares the Top Chef judge's passion for fishing, finds out they have even more in common in this wide-ranging interview that includes Mark's...

Duration:00:33:23

DANIEL BOULUD AND EMERIL LAGASSE BRING MARDI GRAS LIVE TO PRINCE STREET

3/5/2019
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Recorded before an audience live at the Dean & DeLuca flagship store in Soho on Lundi Gras, two of the world's most beloved and accomplished chefs talk about their 30-year friendship, collaborating for the first time on an epic Mardi Gras feast, what ingredients you need to cook Louisiana cuisine and secrets to a winning gumbo. All that and more with Daniel, Emeril and Prince Street's host, Howie Kahn

Duration:00:34:02

DANNY MEYER: FEAR AND CRULLERS

3/1/2019
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One of the most innovative and successful restauranteurs in history shares essential business, life, and restaurant tips with Howie Kahn in a candid and inspiring conversation that Danny says is unlike any he's done before. Hear why he's partnered with a car company, which famous restaurateur always called him "luvah," why vulnerability matters, how closing a restaurant stings and what's next for this hospitality titan.

Duration:00:50:03

TOP CHEF'S NILOU MOTAMED & SOFREH'S NASIM ALIKHANI: THE SECRETS OF IRANIAN HOSPITALITY & CUISINE

2/22/2019
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When the Iranian Revolution ended her dream of becoming a judge, Nasim Alikhani came to New York City in 1983 to build a new one. More than 3 decades later, after home-cooking by heart the food she loved and left behind, Nasim opened her first restaurant, Brooklyn’s Sofreh, to rave reviews last year. She was 59. Iranian-born journalist and Top Chef judge Nilou Motamed, an authority herself on Persian cuisine, sat down with Nasim in her home, to talk about their immigrant experience & the...

Duration:00:57:00

BANGKOK WAKES TO RAIN

2/15/2019
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Novelist Pitchaya Sudbanthad's moving debut, Bangkok Wakes to Rain, is strongly influenced by the author's feelings and thoughts about food. From a Thai restaurant in Japan that's run out of ingredients to treating a meal as an object of mercy, Sudbanthad's novel uses the edible to drive plot, develop characters and evoke a host of feelings. He sits down with esteemed cookbook author and Pok Pok cookbook collaborator JJ Goode to talk about the power and pull of Thai cooking, a restaurant...

Duration:00:27:42