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The Mitchen

The Mitchen is a new weekly food podcast recorded at The Projects in Sydney. Hosted by food writer/DJ Andrew Levins and chef Mitch Orr (ACME), each week they invite their mates from the food world over to discuss and make jokes about any recent big announcements in food and dining.
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Dec 21, 2016

After the success of last year's drunken nightmare episode, we returned to Rootstock, an annual sustainable food and wine festival in Sydney to record another enormous podcast with too many guests.

Things start out professional enough with a sit down chat with Rootstock Founders Mike Bennie, James Hird and Giorgio De Maria, then get messier as Levins heads onto the floor to talk to the wine producers, distributors and chefs. Things improve slightly when Roger and Sue from Living Wines make their return to the podcast but the final ten minutes are just complete madness. There's something for everyone here! Guests include Monty Koludrovic (Icebergs), Dan Clark (Addley Clark Fine Wines), Mike Eggert (Pinbone), John Okuashvili (Okro Wines, Georgia), Tim Stock (Vinous), Laura Siebel (Domaine de la Pinte), Andy Campion (MODA Sparkling), Taras Ochota (Ochota Barrels, SA), Roger McShane (Living Wines), Sue Dyson (Living Wines), Duncan Welgemoed (Africola), Darren Robertson (Three Blue Ducks), Shannon Debreceny (LP’s Quality Meats), Jemma Whiteman (Pinbone) and Charles Leong (Golden Century)

The Mitchen is a podcast about food in Sydney, hosted by Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr.

Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to start reading something we’re missing out on. Email us at themitchenpodcast@gmail.com or find us at facebook.com/themitchen. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes!

Dec 7, 2016

An action packed, guest filled episode features chefs Dan Hong (Mr Wong), Analiese Gregory (Bar Brose) and Paul Carmichael (Momofuku Seiobo), bartenders Mike Nicolian (Continental Deli) and Lewis Jaffrey (Big Poppa’s), Time Out CEO Mike Rodriguez, Country Director for Sonos Rennie Addabbo and photographer Daniel Boud.

Brought together by Sonos and Time Out, Mitch cooked lunch for all our guests and each of us added songs to ’Playlist Potluck’ on Spotify so we had something hot to listen to. After five courses and dessert (and maybe a few wines), we hit record for a 10 person discussion of food, music and how hard it is to celebrate both those things in Sydney sometimes.

The Mitchen is a podcast about food in Sydney, hosted by Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr.

Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to start reading something we’re missing out on. Email us at themitchenpodcast@gmail.com or find us at facebook.com/themitchen. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes!

Dec 2, 2016

After receiving an angry email about how The Mitchen makes too many jokes about Perth, Levins heads to Australia's most western city in the hopes of finding a reason to not make fun of it in the future. Pro-Perthers Amy Hamilton (Liberte in Albany, WA), Max Veenhuyzen (Gourmet Traveller, Broadsheet) and Ash Keogh (aka DJ Aslan) join Levins for an afternoon of food, wine and trying to convince him that the city they live in doesn't suck.

The Mitchen is a podcast about food in Sydney, hosted by Andrew Levins and Mitch Orr.

Get in touch with us to ask us a question or tell us to start reading something we’re missing out on. Email us at themitchenpodcast@gmail.com or find us at facebook.com/themitchen. If you like what you hear, please leave us a nice review on iTunes!

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