Food. How can such a simple word evoke so many different emotions, ideas, and experiences in each of us? Today, we have a (mentally) delicious treat for you: an episode about our favorite meals that have been forever emblazoned in our hearts not just ...
Food. How can such a simple word evoke so many different emotions, ideas, and experiences in each of us?
Today, we have a (mentally) delicious treat for you: an episode about our favorite meals that have been forever emblazoned in our hearts not just because the food was bomb, but also because of the people we shared them with and/or the unique experiences that accompanied those meals.
Chuk, as the host of this episode, also explains her husband’s role in inspiring the title of this episode. Bless his heart!
We also welcome one of our beloved ADPi sisters to the show: Jenny Kim Pardini (known to us by her college nickname, JK)! In addition to running her therapy practice, she runs her family’s food blog entitled Umami & Us (@umamiandus), in which she shares some of her family’s all-time favorite recipes! Sophisticated, kid-approved recipes - what more could we want? JK is married to JimmyPardini, the head chef and owner of our favorite Italian restaurant, The Annex Kitchen in Fresno, CA (@annexkitchenfresno). Together, they are a culinary powerhouse! Listen to JK tell us how she does it all: manage a successful therapy practice, raise two wonderful kids, help operate The Annex Kitchen, etc. She also shares some tricks for getting her kids to eat everything as well as some of her favorite places to eat!
We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it! We’d love to hear about your favorite meals and experiences too! Connect with us through the links below!
ABOUT TITT TALKS
TITT Talks was “conceived” in January of 2020 during one of TITT’s many friend/family (“framily”) get-togethers. In conversation, it came to light that there was a lack of representation of women like TITT in, among other forms of media, the podcast world. In particular, there was no podcast that TITT could subscribe to that would enable them to feel seen, heard, or understood as modern Asian Pacific American working mothers.
We knew that this void was one they could fill by sharing their voices and experiences through their casual conversations, which were already taking place on a routine basis.
Thank you for the positive feedback we have received since our launch in early June 2020. We are delighted to hear that we are bringing you content that you can finally relate to as mothers, professionals, millennials, and Asian Pacific Americans.
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