I had the honor of hosting Richard Morgan on my new show, Easy Cook Bear, where he opened up about his food writing process and shared stories about surviving COVID-19, finding a complement for New York in San Francisco, why he doesn’t want to eat recipes from Rachel Ray, and more.
You can listen to the episode embedded from YouTube above, or subscribe on the podcast platform of your choice.
Richard Morgan is the author of the memoir Born in Bedlam and a freelance writer whose work has been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, New York magazine, AFAR, The Awl, BBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bon Appétit, CNN, Condé Nast Traveler, The Economist, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire, Fortune, GQ, Los Angeles magazine, National Geographic, NBC, NPR, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Smithsonian, Slate, Travel + Leisure, Vice, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Wired, and others. His assignments have sent him to a research station in the Arctic, wool farms in Australia, gay bars in Cuba, pizza contests in Italy, the refugee camps of Palestine, a rainforest treehouse in Peru, the foodie capital of South Korea, the oldest magic shop in Spain, foraging forests in Sweden, olive oil wrestling matches in Turkey, the Royal Family’s hatters, and Brooklyn. As much as he can, he lives in New York.
Before journalism, he was a missionary in China, a ranch hand in Colorado, and a hitchhiker in Costa Rica.source: charmandrigor.com
Links to things referenced in the show
- Gather Journal
- Why are we so bad at imagining the food of the future?
- Tomato Ramen Is the Noodle Innovation We Need Now
- David Chang’s Domino’s Pizza Order
- Inside New York City’s Chinese restaurant crisis
- In This Dinner Series, Chinese Food Is at Home Worldwide
- New York City’s First Cheesecake Factory Is the Slice of Suburban Bliss We’ve Been Missing