Enjoy savory discussions on Food and Drink with the lifestyle editors of The Wall Street Journal. Listen to reviews on life's finer things to pursue your curious intellect and enhance your cocktail conversation.
Christina Tosi, chef and founder of Momofuku Milk Bar, dishes on the grand opening of Kellogg's Cafe, the first cereal bar in Times Square offering a creative spin on our favorite bowls of cereal.
Claus Meyer, founder of the Melting Pot Foundation and co-owner of Noma, talks about the "new Nordic" cuisine soon to be available for commuters from all walks of life at the much anticipated opening of the Great Northern Food Hall in Grand Central Terminal.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson talks all about his road to becoming a top chef, restaurateur, author, and icon, and dishes on what to expect at the annual Harlem EatUp! Festival.
Digging up the best lessons in food and drink, Kevin Sintumuang revisits memorable interviews with legendary owner of meat and game purveyor D'Artagnan, Ariane Daguin, and William Bostwick, who decodes the latest beer-geek lingo.
Valerie Gordon, chef and owner of Valerie Confections, talks the secrets of confection and serves up a tasting of the mouth watering desserts that have made her award winning boutique the go-to place for the best chocolate in Los Angeles.
Chef Alex Raij, owner of NYC's Basque kitchen, Txikito, discusses the essentials of authentic Basque cuisine with a preview of her new cookbook, "The Basque Book: A Love Letter in Recipes from the Kitchen of Txikito."
As more states legalize the recreational use of marijuana, the next culinary frontier could very well be edible marijuana. Food writer Raquel Pelzel walks Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer through new the world of cooking with cannabis.
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer talk all things burgers with George Motz, host of the Travel Channel's "Burger Land," who discusses his latest book, "The Great American Burger Book: How to Make Authentic Regional Hamburgers at Home."
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer learn about the latest drinking trends from Jackson Cannon, bar director at Eastern Standard, who offers the best alternative spins on cocktails you may not have considered trying.
Christine Flynn, executive chef at Toronto's iQ Food Co., talks her "bro" inspired, fine-dining cuisine that's making a splash on social media via her wildly popular Instagram alter ego, "Jacques La Merde."
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer welcome Matt Piacentini, owner of "The Up & Up" craft bar in Manhattan, who talks the best after-dinner recipes for port cocktails, a revived trend gaining new street cred at cocktail bars.
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer welcome chefs Christine Cikowski and Josh Kulp, who dish on the best kept secret in Chicago, "Sunday Dinner Club," a private dining experience which offers multi-course dinners, seasonal food, and a home setting.
Chef Margot Henderson joins Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer from her London restaurant Rochelle Canteen, to dicusss her latest "Slow Food Fast" recipes and how her Mediterranean-inspired dishes became influential in Britain cuisine.
While Burgundy is one of the priciest wine-making areas of the world, some hidden corners of the region offer the same taste at a fraction of the cost. WSJ's wine columnist Lettie Teague explains why an affordable Burgundy doesn't have to be an oxymoron.
Since no holiday is hated quite as much as Valentine's Day, Keith Blanchard joins Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer to offer innovative solutions to dreadful prix fixe menus and finding perfect gift.
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer welcome Matt Rodbard, who traveled the country in search of the best Korean dish. He's got the best tips on what to order in a restaurant, and reveals why Koreans are the "soup masters of Asia."
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer have your guide to the perfect martini, how household chores can save a marriage, and a slightly different look at the year in fashion.
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer get the lowdown on the latest holiday toys -- that talk back. Plus, a Serbian safari that's great for owl-watching, and a lesson in beer-geek lingo.
Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer have the four recipes you need for the ultimate holiday cookie plate. Plus, a lesson in hi-tech sous vide, and the top ski destinations for 2016.
Simran Sethi joins Beth Kracklauer to talk her book Bread, Wine, Chocolate -- and explains why better chocolate means a better planet. Then, a holiday gift guide for geeks from WSJ's Michael Hsu, and Christian Wright talks private island holidays you can actually afford.
Do men still crave status watches? Kevin Gray discusses the strong feelings stirred up by his WSJ story. Pavochon is the Puerto Rican take on holiday turkey that will transform your Thanksgiving says food writer Kathy Squires. And you should learn to love cold weather camping. Chris Kornelis tells us why. Hosted by Beth Kracklauer and Kevin Sintumuang.
WSJ wine columnist Lettie Teague joins co-hosts Beth Kracklauer and Kevin Sintumuang to talk about how millennial tastes are changing the wine world. Writer Matthew Kronsberg gives us the inside scoop on the best of Mexico City. And a chat with Ariane Daguin, legendary owner of meat and game purveyor D'Artagnan.
Off Duty's Kevin Sintumuang and Beth Kracklauer talk Back to the Future transports with Georgia Wells, and sip on spicy liquor with master distiller Lance Winters of St. George Spirits. Then, WSJ's men's fashion editor Jacob Gallagher answers the age-old question -- who is the most stylish James Bond?