Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast. Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul. Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more. Subscribe now.
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Jkpoisson
Feb 2
Rating:   10
Awesome!

I’m not a chef or in the food industry at all and I love this show. The guests are awesome and the content is great.

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Wallisus
Feb 1
Rating:   10
Emotionally intelligent interviews

Kat consistently brings issues and ideas to light that are typically glossed over in the food world.

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The Mommy formerly known as Marie
Feb 1
Rating:   10
Helpful podcast for neurodiverse and/or food industry people

Communal Table is a wonderful podcast for those who are neurodiverse and/or food industry employed. The personal stories from food and restaurant industry players (and from Food and Wine senior editor/host Kat Kinsman) are more like chatting with a friend than a self-help show; it’s a charming and engaging format that will teach you something in every episode without feeling like overbearing advice. I so admire everyone’s honesty and rawness on this podcast; they talk about topics that are too often pushed under the table. It’s in my top five podcasts, and I’m not even in the food industry. Grateful to Kat and her guests for all that they share; I look forward to every episode.

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billidawn
Nov 10 '19
Rating:   10
Great podcast

Truly at the top of my list for food related podcasts. The most recent interview with Kim Severson is amazing, so fierce, touching and relatable. I’ve worked in the restaurant industry for 30+ years, and every episode has been expansive and cathartic for me in some way.

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mbjirgal
Oct 21 '19
Rating:   10
Nancy Silverton

I just finished listening to your Nancy Silverton episode. I begged for a copy of Breads from LaBrea Bakery when it was first published, then was intimidated by the process of making sourdough starter. After hearing your interview with her, I’m inspired. Thank you for a entertaining and informative podcast. I’m excited to start baking (in two weeks, after the starter is ready, of course).

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Morethanstyle
Oct 1 '19
Rating:   10
You and the guests

Kat I love this podcast. I love food history and learning about the people behind these great restaurants. I really enjoy how you address real issues and are empathic to the African American community, the interaction is not elitess in nature and very approachable . I hope to meet you one day. Travis

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MAndersonComedy
Jul 15 '19
Rating:   10
Did you know there’s also video?

Check out this show folks! Don’t sleep on this show!

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podcastlistener111
May 3 '19
Rating:   10
Too long and quiet

I'm giving this a five star review because I like the idea of this podcast and it has great potential. The episodes are way too long, though. They obviously aren't edited at all because the guest goes on and on and on. The volume levels are so different between the host and guest so I keep having to change my headphone volume.

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tataki69
May 3 '19
Rating:   10
Sound

Love the show!! But please turn up the mics! Can barely hear any of the episodes. Thank you.

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Rodrigo Jr.
Apr 30 '19
Rating:   10
Please adjust the volume

I love the podcast, but it has been hard to hear these past couple of episodes. I have to turn the volume all the way up 😔

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gg88888ssss
Apr 17 '19
Rating:   2
Boring and provincial

The Sesame Street music in this episode and the lady’s voice sounds like a librarian and the ladies from is the SNL Show mocking NPR. Too many food podcasts are uppity and make it seem like everything food is for the upper echelon of society and they’ll talk like this and have their pinky finger out when they drink tea. I sincerely hope the host and producers rethink this format and style.

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ChefKevin702
Apr 9 '19
Rating:   2
Better sound. Shorter

Please make these more succinct. Anything over an hour is too long. Please adjust volume. Many of us listen on our commute. I literally have to turn this all the way up to hear.

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Stazzers
Apr 4 '19
Rating:   10
One of my go-to listens when I want to feel better

If you’re not taking good care of yourself at the moment, it helps to listen to people who have learned to.

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KYmusicforu
Mar 14 '19
Rating:   10
Food & mental health

Love this. Two of my favorite things in a conversational format. Good questions. Great conversation.

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