I’m excited to have a new episode of the podcast to share with you, my first guest of 2017 is talented organic food creator Laura-Ximena Villanueva Guerra, a Berlin-based cake designer who has just finished up as pastry chef at Soho House Store Kitchen in Berlin, and will be a regular at Street Food Thursdays from today!
Please enjoy my conversation with Laura!
Podcast illustration by Nilina Mason Campbell for Berlin Belly.
What do we want? CINNAMON BUNS! When do we want them? …Every day at Okay Café except Mondays, #dayoff! As part of my ongoing series documenting the talented women of the Berlin food world, on this latest episode of the Berlin Belly podcast we meet Marie-Louise Crona, aka Makki, chief baker of Okay Café in Neukölln, Berlin!
Listen in to hear how Makki progressed from baking for friends to baking full-time for Okay Café since opening earlier this year – and exactly how many thousand cinnamon buns that means…
Makki steps out of the Okay Café kitchen for a giggle and sunlight break
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Supes excited to be back with a brand new episode of the Berlin Belly food podcast for you. Our first guest of season two is Kathe Kacmarzyk of Levain Berlin. Kathe gives fermentation workshops – sourdough, kimchi, sauerkraut, cultured butter, to name a few. New workshops are starting on August 15!
In this episode, Kathe talks us through the wild and wonderful world of fermenting; why sourdough bread is better for you; the influence of her Polish roots on her fermentation style these days; and she’ll tell us a bit about what to expect at the workshops. You can find links to book a ticket to your preferred course on those linked Facebook events above. Thanks for listening!
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Episode 7! The Berlin Belly Podcast is back! This week I met up with Sophia Hoffmann at her new office in Blogfabrik: Sophia is a vegan chef, cookbook author (“Sophia’s Vegane Welt”) journalist and food blogger in Berlin. Listen in to Sophia’s insight into being a vegan chef, what she’ll be cooking for vegan Christmas dinner this year, her advice if you’re thinking about switching to vegan food, what it’s like to be part of Blogfabrik in Berlin – and lots more!
You can buy the “Sophia’s Vegane Welt” cookbook and Sophia’s aprons from her website here (German):
Episode 5 of the Berlin Belly podcast is in two parts. Part 1: Fräulein Kimchi! Part 2: Brew Dog!
Every week is Berlin food week on Berlin Belly, but now there is an actual Berlin Food Week, so we are delighted to be speaking to Lauren Lee aka Fräulein Kimchi , who is taking part in Berlin Food Week, this weekend at the House of Food on Friday October 2nd. Tickets here.
This week on the podcast, Lauren talks with Elizabeth about the food journey which led from Lauren’s arrival in Berlin as an opera singer, to her new restaurant, also called Fräulein Kimchi, which opened in Berlin last month. Viva la kimchi!
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Burp is the weekly podcast brought to you by Berlin Belly, featuring interviews with interesting people doing exciting things with food and drink in Berlin!
This week it’s our second ever episode, and we are talking to Tainá Guedes and Thomas Meyer from Entretempo Kitchen Gallery in Berlin.
Entretempo’s kitchen is lead by chef and artist Tainá Guedes, author of the book “Kochen mit Brot” (cooking with bread, recipes against waste) and CEO/curator at Entretempo. Tainá has come a long way since she arrived in Berlin for a job which fell through – what happened next? Lots! Find out in this week’s Berlin Belly podcast:
I recently attended a special evening of dance, music and food at Entretempo Kitchen Gallery: during the podcast we’ll talk about an upcoming dinner performance event at Entretempo with a similar theme, you can find out more here.