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Our hosts, industry insiders & best friends Kate Green and Max Block, sit down with members of the culinary community to discuss tasty topics affecting the food world today. From mental-health to food insecurity to pay inequality.

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The Changing Landscape of Food Media: This week on Table Setting, Senior Writer of hte LA Times Food Section drops by the Tastemade studio to chat with Kate and Max about how the landscape of food media is changing as the industry and technology progress.
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All Things Special Events: This week Kate and Max met up with Spark O'Connell, events director at Otium, to go behind the scenes on what it takes to produce culinary events for and with one of the most recognizable chefs in the city.
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All Things Desserts and Sweets: On this episode of Table Setting, Kate and Max get together with chef and co-owner of Valerie Confections, Valerie Gordon, to take a look at the world of sweets in LA and beyond.
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Societal Shifts Through Food: This week Kate and Max sit down with Roy Choi, the star of KCET's & Tastemade's new show, Broken Bread to chat about food-driven social issues and using the food industry as a platform for activism.
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The Struggles and Successes of Running Your Own Restaurant: On this episode of Table Setting, Kate and Max team up with Lien Ta and Jonathan Whitener of LA's 'Here's Looking At You' to talk about the ups and downs of running your own restaurant.
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All Things Pasta By Hand: On this season premiere of Table Setting, Kate and Max chat with chef Evan Funke about the art of making pasta by hand and Evan's dedication to the craft. Be sure to check out Tastemade's documentary 'Funke' out now!
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"Food as a Multi-Medium Platform": This week Kate and Max sit down with Phil Rosenthal, the star of 'Somebody Feed Phil' and creator of "Everybody Loves Raymond" to talk about the ways food has infiltrated our day to day lives beyond mealtime, and the next frontier of food.
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Queer Identity + The Kitchen: This week Kate and Max sit down with James Beard award winning Susan Feniger, owner of Border Grill to talk about how queer identity in the kitchen has been perceived and shifted into today's mainstream.
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Food As a Means For Travel: This week Kate and Max sit down with Lesley Bargar-Suter, Eater's international travel editor and recent cookbook author to talk about food as a means for travel, and global trends throughout food communities.
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The Changing Landscape of Mexican Cuisine: This week Kate and Max sit down with Christy Vega, owner of Casa Vega, one of Los Angeles most long-standing stalwarts of Mexican Cuisine to talk about how our understanding of Mexican cuisine has shifted over the past thirty years, what we can do better to learn about the world around us through food.
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From Backyard to Brick and Mortar: This week Kate and Max sit down with underground barbeque legend Burt Bakman to talk about the jump from secret food popups to opening a brick and mortar restaurant, along with the struggles that come with both.
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The Future Of LA Dining: This week Kate and Max sit down with Chef Royce Burke of Yarrow and Secret Lasagna to talk about LA's food history, why it's one of the world's leading food destinations and how it's fitting into the national culinary conversation.
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Race And The Kitchen: This week Kate and Max sit down with Chef Govind Armstrong of Post & Beam to talk about the changing landscape of the kitchen and how the industry is paving roads for people of all races.
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"Food History and the Responsibility to Preserve Recipes": This week Kate and Max sit down with Author and culinary educator Katie Parla to talk about preserving historical recipes and the role the media plays in shaping the many forces of the food world.
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"Affecting Change Through Food": This week Kate and Max sit down with go-to culinary MC and creator of Hangin' with Harris, Billy Harris, to talk about how chefs and food are helping to affect change and why the culinary space has become a catalyst for bettering the world.
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"Building A Brand Through Food": This week Kate and Max sit down with Ellen Bennett, CEO of Hedley & Bennet to talk through how food inspires inspiration and community, and why the world of food has become a beacon for a new revolution of brands.
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"Cult, Culinary & Cool": This week Kate and Max sit down with Johnny Ray Zone, chef and creator of food sensation Howlin' Rays, to talk about how and why food brands have taken over the world.
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The Importance of the Neighborhood Coffee Shop: This week Kate and Max get their caffiene fix with Kyle Glanville of Go Get 'Em Tiger while they analyze the cult coffee community and it's cross sections of design and branding.
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The Shift of Wine Culture: This week on Table Setting, Kate and Max sit down with sommoleier, designer, author, and wine-maker Andre Mack of Maison Noir Wines to break down wine stereotypes and chat about how wine culture has shifted over the last couple of years.