The People Behind Your Food Podcast

The People Behind Your Food

Welcome to the home of Chef Ryan Callahan's newest podcast: The People Behind Your Food. Every week Chef Ryan interviews interesting and compelling guests about their role in the food business, and why their contributions to your daily life are important and matter. Simply click on the media player below to laugh and learn along with Chef Ryan!

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Greg talks the grocery business and all of the shenanigans that it entails.

Join Chef Ryan as he interviews Chrissy, from Chrissy's Seefood Diet about food blogging, her food passions and what drives her to share her food experiences with the world.

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Phil Eagle has been in the industry for 12 years and is an expert in Millennial Customer Service. As The Honest Restaurant Manager, Phil has been able to reach a wide audience of young people in the industry and relate to them on a personal Level. He truly is Instagram's Favorite Manager

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Chef Ryan interviews Chris Gall a relative newcomer to the restaurant industry. Chef Ryan learns what motivated him to join the restaurant industry, what culinary school was like and the different shenanigans that line cooks get into while working. Warning: Chris talks like a kitchen guy and uses a few select curse words to drive his points home.

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Join Chef Ryan this week as he interviews Chef Peter Martinez, a NYC Chef, father, and former Chopped competitor. Laugh and learn as we dive into Peter's past, present day, and future plans in the restaurant industry.

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“A grease trap MUST be serviced… this CANNOT be stressed enough.” Find out why a grease trap must be serviced this week on The People Behind Your Food, as Chef Ryan interviews General Manager, Jeff Buck.

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Bryn of @Storybook_Tales

Bryn is not only an accomplished restaurant industry veteran, but also a quite famous cosplayer in her free time! Should you tip a server and how much? Can you be too tall to be a Disney Princess? Tune in to hear her amazing and very interesting stories! Check her out on TikTok Here

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Chef Ryan Callahan interviews the indomitable Randall Jordan, who works as a delivery driver. Randall shares his experiences, hilarious stories, and delivery faux paux that people often make. Is it okay to pay for your food in change? What is a good tip? Are delivery drivers happy people? Find out on this hilarious episode of The People Behind Your Food.

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Chef Ryan Callahan interviews the woman behind the scenes, his producer, editor, co-writer, and office manager, Jessie Callahan. In this interview Chef Ryan explores what it's like to work behind the scenes helping to produce professional level food content but not actually being a chef yourself.

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Chef Ryan Callahan interviews Clint McDonald who serves as a cook in the US Coast Guard about the unique challenges he faces every day cooking on a Coast Guard vessel.

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Upcoming Guests on The People Behind Your Food

March 19th - Greg Angelin

Greg talks the grocery business and all of the shenanigans that it entails.

March 26th - Ryan Ellison

Ryan Ellison is an oncology dietician in upstate New York. What does a dietician do? Tune in and find out!

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April 2nd - Austin

Austin is a food scientist and veteran restaurant business professional turned seminarian. If that wasn't interesting enough Austin is going to give you the ins and outs of food science and how it makes the world taste better!

April 9th - Mia Johnson

Mia is serving proudly in the US Air Force stationed in Ramstein Germany. She serves her country as a dental hygienist, because we can't have airmen that are missing teeth! She also has an interest in nutrition, and we talk how skinny you have to be to fit into european clothing. Spoiler, its TOO skinny.

April 16th - Debbie Ace

Debbie Ace was born and raised in Liverpool England. She relocated to the US when she was 17 and worked for a plastic surgeon as a patient care coordinator. These days she lives in Maryville Tennessee and works as a lunch lady. Ironically enough her mother managed a school cafeteria in England. Makes you wonder if the trip overseas was worth it...