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The Dave Chang Show

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The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

The Ringer & Majordomo Media

288
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1.9K
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Dave Chang has a few questions. Besides being the chef of the Momofuku restaurants and the creator and host of Netflix’s 'Ugly Delicious,' Dave is an avid student and fan of sports, music, art, film, and, of course, food. In ranging conversations that cover everything from the creative process to his guest’s guiltiest pleasures, Dave and a rotating cast of smart, thought-provoking guests talk about their inspirations, failures, successes, fame, and identities.

Latest Episodes

The Bad Movie Club: ‘Best of the Best’ (1989) With Mina Kimes

EDave and Chris Ying are joined by ESPN’s Mina Kimes to discuss the truly nonsensical martial arts film ‘Best of the Best,’ starring Eric Roberts, James Earl Jones, and Sally Kirkland.

56 MIN8 h ago
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The Bad Movie Club: ‘Best of the Best’ (1989) With Mina Kimes

#AskDave, Vol. 2

EDave is joined by Chris Ying to answer questions sent in by you, the listeners! Topics include: 'Hamilton', air fryers, the Food Network, and more.

46 MIN4 d ago
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#AskDave, Vol. 2

Thoughts on Lucky Peach

EDave shares his thoughts on recent news regarding Lucky Peach and the L.A. Times.

6 MIN1 w ago
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Thoughts on Lucky Peach

Dads, Vol. 4 With Lolis Elie

EDave and Chris Ying call up food journalist and filmmaker Lolis Elie to discuss parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

75 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dads, Vol. 4 With Lolis Elie

Rediscovering Black Power With Professor Jeffrey Ogbar

EDave and Chris Ying and joined by Jeffrey Ogbar, professor at the University of Connecticut, historian, and author of ‘Black Power: Radical Politics and African American Identity.’ They trace the Black Power movement and its various influences, including Asian American advocacy, to the present-day discourse on race relations and racial justice.

79 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Rediscovering Black Power With Professor Jeffrey Ogbar

The Recipe Club, Vol. 1: BLT

EDave, Chris Ying, and food writer Priya Krishna debate the best way to prepare a classic American sandwich: the BLT. They each present a recipe and, after individually cooking all three, give their honest critique.

68 MIN2 w ago
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The Recipe Club, Vol. 1: BLT

Too Small to Fail, Vol. 10: Ann Kim

EDave and Chris Ying are joined by Minneapolis chef Ann Kim to hear her unique perspective on operating restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic and being part of the Black Lives Matter movement.

79 MIN3 w ago
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Too Small to Fail, Vol. 10: Ann Kim

Joe Chang (1942–2020)

EDave honors his late father, Joe Chang.

27 MIN3 w ago
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Joe Chang (1942–2020)

Chris Shepherd: Using Food for Good and Safely Reopening Restaurants

EDave is joined by Houston chef and restaurateur Chris Shepherd to discuss channeling cooking into charitable efforts and the inventive ways to ensure safety as dine-in restaurants begin to reopen across the United States.

71 MINJUN 15
Comments
Chris Shepherd: Using Food for Good and Safely Reopening Restaurants

Dan Giusti: Black Lives Matter Is More Than a Moment, and How Food Professionals Can Be Part of Social Change

EDave and Chris Ying call up Brigaid chef Dan Giusti to discuss how the Black Lives Matter movement can continue to build long beyond the protests (2:19) and how the restaurant industry can help to create a more equitable society (46:49).

98 MINJUN 12
Comments
Dan Giusti: Black Lives Matter Is More Than a Moment, and How Food Professionals Can Be Part of Social Change

Latest Episodes

The Bad Movie Club: ‘Best of the Best’ (1989) With Mina Kimes

EDave and Chris Ying are joined by ESPN’s Mina Kimes to discuss the truly nonsensical martial arts film ‘Best of the Best,’ starring Eric Roberts, James Earl Jones, and Sally Kirkland.

56 MIN8 h ago
Comments
The Bad Movie Club: ‘Best of the Best’ (1989) With Mina Kimes

#AskDave, Vol. 2

EDave is joined by Chris Ying to answer questions sent in by you, the listeners! Topics include: 'Hamilton', air fryers, the Food Network, and more.

46 MIN4 d ago
Comments
#AskDave, Vol. 2

Thoughts on Lucky Peach

EDave shares his thoughts on recent news regarding Lucky Peach and the L.A. Times.

6 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Thoughts on Lucky Peach

Dads, Vol. 4 With Lolis Elie

EDave and Chris Ying call up food journalist and filmmaker Lolis Elie to discuss parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

75 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dads, Vol. 4 With Lolis Elie

Rediscovering Black Power With Professor Jeffrey Ogbar

EDave and Chris Ying and joined by Jeffrey Ogbar, professor at the University of Connecticut, historian, and author of ‘Black Power: Radical Politics and African American Identity.’ They trace the Black Power movement and its various influences, including Asian American advocacy, to the present-day discourse on race relations and racial justice.

79 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Rediscovering Black Power With Professor Jeffrey Ogbar

The Recipe Club, Vol. 1: BLT

EDave, Chris Ying, and food writer Priya Krishna debate the best way to prepare a classic American sandwich: the BLT. They each present a recipe and, after individually cooking all three, give their honest critique.

68 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Recipe Club, Vol. 1: BLT

Too Small to Fail, Vol. 10: Ann Kim

EDave and Chris Ying are joined by Minneapolis chef Ann Kim to hear her unique perspective on operating restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic and being part of the Black Lives Matter movement.

79 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Too Small to Fail, Vol. 10: Ann Kim

Joe Chang (1942–2020)

EDave honors his late father, Joe Chang.

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Joe Chang (1942–2020)

Chris Shepherd: Using Food for Good and Safely Reopening Restaurants

EDave is joined by Houston chef and restaurateur Chris Shepherd to discuss channeling cooking into charitable efforts and the inventive ways to ensure safety as dine-in restaurants begin to reopen across the United States.

71 MINJUN 15
Comments
Chris Shepherd: Using Food for Good and Safely Reopening Restaurants

Dan Giusti: Black Lives Matter Is More Than a Moment, and How Food Professionals Can Be Part of Social Change

EDave and Chris Ying call up Brigaid chef Dan Giusti to discuss how the Black Lives Matter movement can continue to build long beyond the protests (2:19) and how the restaurant industry can help to create a more equitable society (46:49).

98 MINJUN 12
Comments
Dan Giusti: Black Lives Matter Is More Than a Moment, and How Food Professionals Can Be Part of Social Change

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