Hello Hungry Hordes! This is Something About Food?, a podcast that gives Chef Chris Clarke the chance to invite everyone to the table. We all have to eat, and she is just the food dork to chat with you about it. Diverse guests share how food impacted them, and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. It isn’t just food, it’s people, their connections to what they eat and us.
Born and raised a tiny village in upstate New York, Chris Clarke is a culinary veteran with over 30 years of experience working in restaurants, catering, the natural foods industry, and as a culinary educator. She is now a 50-year-old mostly-vegan who prefers street food to a white linen fine dining experience. She was a winner of the “Denver’s Best Home Chef” contest, appeared as a guest chef on several morning programs, and once competed on an obscure Food Network trivia game show where she came in second and won a year's supply of Jordan Almonds and Junior Mints.
After selling most of what she owned and traveling the world for a year to better understand food, she decided to write a book about what she ate and where she went. Then she started the podcast Something About Food? so that she could carry on that food exploration and conversation.
Curtis Endicott was born and raised in the rainy wilderness of the Pacific Northwest and ended up in the scorching desert heat of Tucson. In between, he met Chris Clarke at a Large Natural Foods Grocer in Boulder, CO where they discovered a shared enjoyment of both food and mischief.
As executive producer, Curtis does graphic design, edits copy, builds websites, and handles digital minutiae.