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"david chang" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:50 min | Last week

"david chang" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Let's get back to my interview with james beard award winning chef and restaurant tour david chang. His new memoir is called. Eat up each. i'm thinking about how much your life has changed in the past year. Your son was born a little over a year ago and then not long after he was born the pandemic starts and you know new yorkers shutdown. La shutdown your closing restaurants. You're working lot from home at the same time you're a new parent your cooking. More at home So i don't know in in in some ways has the pandemic enabled you because you're not flying around to your restaurants and sydney or toronto or new york and your home so much of time enabled you to spend more time with your son at a time when you might not have been able to. I wrestle with a lot because this year has been so hard. And i've been so blessed and privilege and i need to understand all of the goodness that i have in my life and it's terrible things have been. I'm weirdly strangely. Grateful because i don't think any other juncture or any other scenario i would have been able to spend this much time with my family and It's made me reevaluate so many things you know. And i want to be present in. And i've been telling myself so much this year that winning is losing and i wanna find ways where you know just yesterday for example. You know there's stuff going on at work. And i was having dinner and i immediately had to like immediately jumped in work mode and i talked to my wife later. And she's like. I understand why you have to do this. But you still always care more about work than your own family. And i want that emotion to be equal to my family. And it's not there. And i'm mad at myself for that. That work can come in and i'm so dedicated to work. I'm i'm so grateful for the team. We have momofuku. With marguerite allan the whole team that i wanna make sure that they're not let down and i'm helping them out and their family too but this is an opportunity for me to be the best version of myself for my family and that's the most important job. I can have an tell myself that. So i i read and i couldn't believe that this is true the until the pandemic you hardly cooked at home. Could that possibly be true. Oh man a lot of professional chefs. Never ever i mean for me and a lot of people..

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:17 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:03 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Then. Because that's GONNA. Make you sad too because we want you to have love and attention and affection adoration now. So just think about it in terms of I'm not going to settle. But I'M GONNA keep my eye open. My mind opened my heart open I'm just going to be out there connecting and along the way there's going to be one person that I just want to spend more time with. If, you frame it that way it won't be like, Oh, I'm going to be in this dearth of activity until it happens because that's no fun right you want to be dating you WANNA be connecting with people but just taking your eye off the prize off the target doesn't mean I would say just because you're letting go of your grip doesn't mean you're. Letting go of your dream, it's that grip that makes us angry and frustrated and not cool to date and it's the open mindedness that says, Hey, I'm looking and I'm ready to receive it but I have no idea when it's going to happen that's what makes an easier person to know and it makes your dating life more effortless and less stress. Thank you. I know this doesn't sound like practical tangible advice because you know the practical tangible advice is actually very easy to give everything starts with mindset everything April. I'm so convinced you are such a genius relieved love your approach of curiosity and confidence and self not self reflection. It's not self determination but I guess a sense of one's own self worth before you date well. If. You think about it everybody did that kind of self check you know we all look at our cars before we go on long road trips but nobody looks under the hood of their own self before they start dating and then they get kind of pummeled the wind like if I were let's say I were single right now and I was back quote unquote there. I would have knowledge of what am I core values? What is it that I want? What am I deal breakers? What do I have to offer? What's my romantic value and I would keep my list really tight and really simple and I would enjoy I wouldn't be thinking of when am I gonNa meet them the people that take their eyes off the target in my opinion and all of my clients who've actually gotten engaged married through me..

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:45 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"So you know it's like you're checking boxes and because of that sort of we call it the driver mentality, you're the driver of all things and what happens is when you're the driver, you end up getting very hurt and very frustrated by people because you're like if I don't pick up the ball, no one else will, but it goes with our. Friendships that goes with our partnerships. It goes with people we work with you have to do what you do, but then also have this awareness of okay. Is everybody else around here carrying their weight to and do I trust that I don't do it that I'll still receive that phone call it's trust within yourself. Not of these guys it's trust of like. I showed up I was real. I was myself. It was a great date if he doesn't call again. Next, you know because you can't manufacture these relationships was what you do is you end up bringing in lazy people into your life and then you're really driving the entire thing the entire way through and it doesn't make for a happy life because I'm hearing you and I'm thinking Gosh you know twenty, eight, twenty, nine, year smart your entrepreneurial you're successful you gotta have more patience right now it feels like it's been four to five years. But. If we really broken apart and we had more time a Betcha you been really at this perfect stage of like that next level readiness for maybe the last year and you might actually even only be entering into it now because we're truly truly ready for partnership and we've Kinda, quieted that voice we're in our receiving space that person shows up and you don't need thousands you really don't. And the dating. APPS give us this illusion that we have to have deal flow in order to be successful. So for those of us that dated before dating, APPs we didn't have that I didn't get to get in front of thousands of people a month to find my partner was lucky. If I saw one guy a month that I liked. But April, we've also overly romanticized for better for worse or pass relationships. Exactly exactly. But we knew less it's kind of like renew less. It's like the older you get like you refine your palate right? So when you're palate has refined..

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:48 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"It could be like just personal fear of mine of. You know. Just knowing that I feel like the majority of people like were able to date in high school and college and kind of like figure out like who they wanted out of a partner like what certain characteristics they're attracted to, and I feel like that's scary for someone like me because I've never had that and it's scary to jump into a relationship now because. You know most of my friends are saying it's kind of like a good thing that I've waited. So long to date in my mind might not be because they you know the person I'm actually meant to be with my come next but then in the back of my mind, I might be like why should still test the waters and data around and kind of like really see like. Who I WANNA be with. So you're actually kind of creating a scenario that hasn't yet happened I. Guys that like my own self fulfilling. Well just remember you're the guy that chose career in education over relationships. So even though some of those people around you were, you know figuring it out and they knew what they wanted and what they didn't want and they were dating somebody you were intentionally not choosing somebody because you have this vision this dream you wanted to go to college you want to. Focus on your work, you wanted to get L. A.. So it's not that you couldn't. It's just you chose not to but that was back down because now recently I have banned I really have been trying to like put myself out there and go on dates. Okay. So for how long do you think just since you been quote unquote putting yourself out there. For five years okay. If I were to tell you that most of these lasting relationships are happening with people in their thirties. You believe me the fact that you've been spending your time developing your life and your foundation and who you are, and then you meet somebody makes you.

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:10 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"What's a trait you dislike and others Man, there's so many. I think lack of integrity to be able to believe something but not be able to honest about it. Right basically the entire Republican Party. Star. David on your podcast you talk a lot about movies. What is your favorite rainy? Day. Movie. Can I say Yogi Bear Three D.. Wants Yogi bear through. Most. Of the movie and I really think I had five lines olive which started with a Yogi of varying emotional degree listen that's art that's minimal art. You did it. It's paying mortgage David. What is your greatest extravagance? I love caviar when it comes to food snobbery I am the biggest fuck and food snob you've ever met. But like I do like chicken fingers or anything like that. But what I like to do is a chicken finger in a big tub of expensive caviar. and. I'm not talking about the paddle fish rose I'm about the stuff that is illegal to get. That is just unbelievable. You can't get it here in America but like the stuff from Russia is outrageous, it's so Like why would you want to check with vodka and then you do and you're like Oh my God. So David remember when you were going to send the spices in assaults and stuff your your. Pack a little bit of illegal caviar and their. Samphan. Promoting. I've just when I've been in Europe I've tasted it. There's great. Caviar made domestically in Idaho. Idaho has like I joked tesla of caviar because you're talking about these massive massive fish that are like a thousand pounds that swim up from the ocean and they live in this estuary is just unbelievable and I can't believe we're talking about caviar so I'll shut up because I could talk about it all day. So it's great. It's really really unbelievable. There's all kinds of caviar. Technically, it's not like from a sturgeon it's not really caviar but even like salmon roe central's delicious, I? Think there's always that challenge in. This is a very simplistic.

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:58 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"It doesn't make any fucking sense and I've really worked out why I get angry that took a long time to identify connecting all all the way childhood and then developing cognitive behavioral therapy to sort of temper that. So now I still slip up. But I look at my anger life and addiction. It is very similar to right and when I get angry I feel like I fell off the wagon I I feel like shit. So I really admire that it's something that you recognize worked with director who is really fucking tough and it felt irrational like ninety percent of the time and I remember fellow actor after the shoot was. Over said to him. You know you're kind of addict through and I was a witness to this in the flooring part was how shocked you as this whole time I thought that it was all very intentional and calculated his anger and rage. So we all took quite personally but the fact that he wasn't even aware was like, oh, fuck this might be like even worse than we saw. Something a chef told me early on because the first restaurant and most of our restaurants are open kitchens and it's like theater. You can see everything and hear everything, and after me just having a normal day, probably be an asshole a very respectable chef came in and pull me outside and said Hey I want to give you advice the reason you yell because you're not a good chef and you insecure and I was like fuck you and I've thought about that chef moments like ten plus years, and the reality is that chef was one hundred percent right completely insecure and if I was a better chef, if I knew what I was doing if I had a cohesive plan. That's the problem. Every day is about putting out fires metaphorically and literally. But if I was better at being a boss, there is no need to you. I would be thoughtful enough, empathetic, enough, and plan too far ahead enough to have seen all of these problems ahead of time and to communicate individually to each person what I expected out of them, and if I was so good I would have told them watch out for this watch out for this over here this might happen. So prepare for here here and here but I never did that it was always a reactionary and that was a pride swallowing. Know Moment. I how amazing that you? Not many people can do the? Yes. Okay. What was your first love like? My first love. was probably not reciprocated. Never know she'd totally destroyed me. That's what happens. David I paid a boy twenty five cents every day Ryan Giovane in third grade so that he would like me. You really fucked up. He was the fastest runner David nobody could run faster than Ryan well, riot could have in your life you chose to run fast fuck that up. Thanks David Yeah No. My first one really crushed me and it's the kind of one that came into my life..

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:23 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"And the other reason why I never cooked for her is cooking for someone while you're dating too early sets the bar too high to suit you mean man David Chang I know I know I know I said that is true. Now Cook all the time you have plane like your card right off marrow or no? No. That's why you gotTa hold out as card because I don't have many cards to play like my only fucking car. But truthfully now, now that I'm home and I'm not working like I used to I cooked so much in my life has changed and I've grown up a lot and I think being a dad and reprioritizing my life has caused me to reevaluate who I am and why I do what I do. There's a time and place to be young dumb and obnoxious it's the same. Equivalent of being like two old of dude dating like two young of a person right? It'll just looks weird I. Think I've always wanted to be somebody that grew up in a reasonable way and I think for too long I was just stuck being this super angry obnoxious asshole and I think for the most part I. Still those things but I'm trying I'm trying to grow up. Forever Great Examiners of how people perceived us all the time I. Think it's pretty accurate. I think people got me pretty good when I was younger I mean I was pretty monotone as a person just an angry motherfucker. So yeah, like people say you're an Asshole, they were pretty accurate. All right David we're getting back to what is your favorite ice cream flavor shit. That's the hardest question because it used to be cookie dough. Now it's gooey butter cake sometimes strawberry. Like salted Caramel right now I love thought you put buying that because I could tell you the brands and I like to tell myself I'm not an ice cream person but I think I tell myself that because I don't want to hate myself even more than I do because I always eat it. I'm like fuck I way too much ice cream. And you put the carton away. It feels like the simple optimism of have incense in icy and sweet and cranium mouth. It's like this is the time for that feeling. What's your flavor I was just thinking like peach you know what's an underrated flavor pralines and cream? Under all right, you know it's overrated rocky road I. Don't know you like rocky road I think it could be reinvented maybe the older like established brands. It's so predictable because when I was a kid that was like kind of a novel flavor remember Okay Rum Raisin Rome reasons highly underrated it can't be a fancy rum raisin. Like briars or lower quality from raisin taste good for whatever reason when it's not like a super premium brand raisins I of passion of mine. Are you also prune person no nor my cranberry person. Thank goodness. Are you oatmeal raisin cookie kind of person Oh? Yeah. I put raisins in everything. Analog toll. Tell me you dance on a long I don't because they take too long to make. All right. All right. No I really love to Cook David I'm not great but I really love it and I have odd amount of kitchen equipment because it's all our family seems to give each other for any major holiday or birthday just more cooking equipment well, I gotTa send you are Salts and spices had love that what are your thoughts on just plain old vanilla I'm down with that okay..

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:37 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Okay if you could live anywhere in the world for a year, I'd probably. Thailand Vietnam, those are two parts of the world where the cuisines are unbelievable to me. The food is outrageous and from what I know of the people would be great too and listen I might do that anyway for a while I had this list completely uninformed of men and professions you should not date and I have not dated that much I. Think I've been out on three dates and then I just I get married. But the list went as follows magician musician. What do you have against magicians this and we spent a long time going through all of this. Right. All right I just wanted to tell you number four is chef. A clown isn't in the top three. Well, clowns autumn blend to the magician. Okay. Okay. Okay. Well, listen I. Think your list is completely accurate. Thank you. So I was so thrilled you were coming on the show I thought Oh this will be great territory for David because my theories dating chef we're not unlike potential red flags for an athlete with a professional athlete it felt like he like the emotional support you must give after every game with one degree or another would just exhausts me personally and then my assumption with a chef only having watched hell's kitchen. Is that I bet the food will be amazing. That would be a real perk but it cultivate a degree of temperament that I'm not sure I could handle. Then I listened to your book and I was like can't fucking ask David Chang about his anger issues in a humorous way because she can she can. Listen I can't speak on behalf of all chefs but there's two people I tell the opposite sex or the same sex never date don't data Korean guy and never data chef. An actress. Right and my wife got both the Christian guy and the chef, the double-whammy and I'm just a harness of a person and I have been. So you're right chefs have for the most part if you're a private chef or you don't have some kind of corporate working. GIG. Your hours are horrible even if you have Monday to Friday, you're probably not coming home till one in the morning to in the morning and the other thing is people think that my wife or even the people have died in the past they eat extremely well, I never cooked at home ever. I act at home on occasion. And It's your job. Why would you want to do that and that's the funny thing. The last thing you ever want to do after spending all day kitchen is to spend more time in the kitchen. So you know my wife literally thought that I was a fraud because I never cooked for for like.

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"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:09 min | Last month

"david chang" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Don't give a shit about this and on top of all when I tasted the cheese with. The tons of white truffle. It was maybe the single best buy the food I've ever had because it was not remotely close to anything I've tasted in my life. It didn't make any fucking sense effectively again, it's a tiny blue cheese and it's incredibly pungent and fierce and I don't know why. But I put a disconnect because I thought, oh. Why truffles have to be treated carefully and delicately but the reality is the flavors gnarly to and when you combine that together, it just actually balanced each other out and it was like I don't know fucking Shit. Fuck and shit this is amazing. I love that. Vietnam I have not been view now I haven't either the reason why I'm saving it. I think the food of anonymous. So beautiful. So if I go there I, want to spend like a couple of months at least. Yeah. Okay. Spain. Okay. I'll give you Spain. I'll take Spain because it was the most memorable meal Omar Great. So I was filming lucky peach which got renamed minded a chef and I was there again doing another culinary conference and when I say colony conference, I like fashion shows you go in front of Bunch of people and You show them the latest techniques in the shit that you're working on a your restaurants and have all these other friends and great chess you Daniel Balloon widely defraigne and Tony Gordon was there when you go to these culinary conferences, you were fed like a fucking pig, the best ship the Best Ibero Ham Caviar you name Oh my God and Spain you cannot eat any vegetables. It just doesn't it's all meat there's no green leafy vegetables. I. Swear to God. In Spain I go to McDonald's for that little fucking salad. Cup because that's the only fucking place. You can get something that's not a can white asparagus something can't everything's canned fucking vegetables or pork or beef, and you crave vegetables and fruit, and we're tired of drinking 'cause in San Sebastian where we were at, they drink giant goblets of gin tonics. I know it's fucking insane. I don't even know how became the drink of that area, but we're talking about like double big gulps. It's only if glass they have for GIN and tonics, they're like sixty four you're like how the fun. On This is fucking weird. The bars they're just serve GIN and tonic. There's no other fucking drink giant goblins Gin and tonic your so fucking drunk, you're so full and you've been eating so well, the last thing you WanNa do is honestly sound. So noxious you get tired of eating. So that's where we're all at the last night and so many of the restaurants in San Sebastian are in the countryside ninety minutes outside the city and I remember drinking the tonic Tony Daniel blue and widely defraying faulk. Go this restaurant Turbo this beautiful flatfish, it's probably my favorite fish in the world to eat and they're like fucking turbo God I can't eat another guy turbo and we're coming up with reasons of how not to go there and maybe if we just keep on drinking, we won't have to go. So we got fucking Shit faced at one of the GIN and tonic bars. That's always a great business daily. and. That's thing I know the the vendor like you have to go. So I don't even remember much of how he got into a car getting to this restaurant, but it's now packed with all the ten dis and we are fed up with the best of the best and we're all sitting out this giant table..

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The Future of Restaurants During COVID-19

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

07:57 min | 7 months ago

The Future of Restaurants During COVID-19

"But of all the places we like to gather now shutdown by this pandemic restaurants are also some of the hardest hit so today. We're going to talk to people in the industry. The chefs the restaurant tours to find out what they're trying to do to survive for them for us for everyone. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction restaurants. Sort OF BOTTLE. The zeitgeist their community. And it's where people celebrate as not just about eating. That's David Chang. He's a chef and the founder of the momofuku group which has restaurants around the world. He's also the host of the Netflix show ugly delicious if food establishments were important. People wouldn't want it so badly. There's just somethin'. That is a connection to just being human besides tasting delicious foods. Chang calls restaurants quote cultural banks and worries about the erosion. This pandemic has had on all aspects of the dining experience. We literally take ninety percent of cash flowing. Give it back to everybody else. On top of trying to make delicious food and build organizations however small they might be no one gets in this business at least that. Iron Meyer so they can make a ton of money they do it because of the life and the positive impact you can have both on yourself and others around you and you that away that that. That's that's going to be pretty brutal closing. His restaurants in March was extremely difficult. He had to furlough around. Eight hundred workers in this week decided to close to of his restaurants reopening others. Maybe even harder. You have to reconfigure literally every decision of how you operate in a restaurant. It was hard enough to begin with. How do you taste food? How you order food. How do you sanitize now? How do you do contact with delivery? You even allowed transaction via credit cards anymore. So now you there's like all of these things now that are going to be expensive. Chang doesn't have the answers yet. But he thinks he knows what it's GonNa take. Define I just think that we're going to need some ingenuity and creativity to sort of align some mutual problems that we have in this country particularly in the food space and sort of reconfigure. How this whole works on his twitter feed. Chang has also been asking people to send him photos of reopened restaurants in cities like Taipei and Hong Kong. It's fascinating to look at them. Some of the photos show. Police Systems delivering coffee. Temperature checks at the door and customers. Even receiving full body disinfectant sprays. Don't worry with their clothes on too many. These measures may seem a little over the top. The common thread is we have to actually make impossible hap and that gives me optimism really genuinely does because these kinds of impossible tasks that sort of her. My brain are what I most attracted to. And we can't have anyone working off a different playbook everyone needs to be working the same playbook every restaurant every business in the absence of a so called restaurant playbook the National Restaurant Association which is a lobbying group is doing what it can to try and offer some guidelines for reopening obviously frequent hand washing some element of distancing some element of face covering certainly reduced interaction between the host. And the guest. That's Larry Lynch Senior Vice. President of Science and Industry at the National Restaurant Association Lynch said it's already begun. Restaurants are already testing out new methods. Everyone's looking visit different ways just this weekend. We saw one of the towns here in Florida. Closed down one of their street to the restaurant. Tours could pull the chairs out into the street. If you're used to going out as being a curated. Dining Experience Lynch describes the post pandemic world as sort of a safety focused obstacle. Course I would say what you're probably GonNa find is before you get there. You're going to look online and look what the instructions are in that particular restaurant what their expectations or. It may tell you to wait outside. May Ask you to place your order online. It may tell you that once you get outside. Send them attacks and let them know. You're outside wait once you're inside. You may wait a bit before the waiter or waitress actually comes up and greets you greeting maybe something as simple as confirming your order rather than taking your order. Once you die. You may find that your table is included as fasces. Wasn't it passed. It's going to be cleared all at once rather than sporadically during the dining experience. When you're dining probably won't see the manager come over to ask how your view was and whether or not you enjoyed yourself. Restaurants are going to have to tailor safety measures to suit their capabilities and it is possible. Not everyone can physically accommodate these recommendations for example Irene. Lee doesn't see her Boston. Restaurant may may hosting sin diners anytime soon. We're a small restaurant so we have about thirty six seats. Which means the possibility of socially distancing inside the building is basically none but Lee. Who was a finalist for this years? James Beard Rising Star Chef Award has still managed to find a silver lining. We are pretty much going to have to change our whole model which sounds scary but is also a really exciting opportunity. So how do we re imagine what a restaurant can be? Water restaurant can do what restaurant staff are capable of Lee in her employees are already starting to answer those questions. For example her restaurant may may is open for delivery and is also hosting virtual dumpling classes. The restaurant is delivering groceries to healthcare workers and selling pantry staples to the community like milk and eggs. The goal to help customers avoid the grocery store because I think supermarkets are going to feel unsafe for a lot of people for a long time and I just think like we have the ability to get almost any of those products probably at a better price at Mamie and so it would be kind of unconscionable to not try to use that to help keep people safer and to make their lives more. Convenient Lee is taking this time to rethink how a restaurant should operate. And she's hoping the industry is a whole does the same especially in the areas where it was struggling even before the pandemic. I think that this is a huge opportunity for us to keep talking about the biggest issue that our industry house which is Labor on the issue of jobs and low wages and like terrible workplace environments. That is always been the bane of this industry. I am hoping that the compensation model could be altered and cross training could become more prevalent. But that's the long term in the short term lease preoccupied with just keeping may may afloat even though she says. The survival of the restaurant isn't her biggest concern. If mamie doesn't exist in in five or ten years that's totally fine with me. I'm going to be really pissed off if there are no cool. Independently owned quirky restaurants to eat at like I cannot eat every day I refuse and so I think that for me. The question about Future is almost a little bit less important but for a lot of people in this industry is all we have one thing I've learned. Is that the restaurant. Industry is full of dedicated creative leaders and is someone who enjoys dining out. I'm optimistic. They're going to find ways to meet the challenges ahead and keep this important part of our culture alive. It's definitely GONNA be an uphill battle but I'm GonNa do what I can to support my favorite places with takeout orders and contributions to out of work employees. They could really use the help

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"david chang" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

15:11 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"You okay. And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soul mate and Monica pad men. We don't normal setup. Let's just say that right in this quarantine life of ours. We don't ever normal set up at the attic where we can really find tune. Everyone's levels in their headphones cam. And now it's just kind of one size fits all right. You gotTa hear whatever volume. I'm hearing what's curious as we also are using headphones splitter so it is conceivable that you're getting more output than I am. Oh do you want to switch? Which is see if it sounds the same to us. Okay yeah it sounds the same. Sounds the same baider-meinhof who knows I had? I've had a lot of better. Meinhof experiences lately. Yeah I forget what they are but I've said it a lot. I noticed you three times in the last four days and I always makes me smile every single time you say I love it. It's really the only thing I've retained from. These fact checks is remind. The only fact I've remembered is the definition of baider-meinhof which is frequency illusion. Which if you hear something or see something then you start seeing our hearing examples you get a red BMW three series and you don't feel like you see those at all but the second you buy that car everywhere you go you notice. There's millions of them. You're not unique at all. They're everywhere. Everyone has a red three series. I don't know that I'd say that's the classic example but an example in relate to buying a car in the noticing that Asahara now everywhere. Yes before is invisible to you. The one I remembered was Attribution error. I love that one. That wants some me up so much. Remember that when we learned that from here what was that one that is when someone cuts you off in traffic and you attribute their behavior attribution to a characteristic of them are a character flaw right so that person's a selfish that person's impatient as opposed to making a a summation of them contemptuously. That there was some situation that caused their behavior. Either they had to swerve to miss a dog or they were rushing to get a kidney to the hospital right. You don't know which it is. Yeah I'm really prone to just say people are pieces shit and make a real big character assessment. I don't think I do that very much. Yeah you seem to be in the middle. Meet me in the middle. Well I mean May- yeah maybe I'm in the Middle Truth be told. I'm just not thinking about that person very much so it's not like I'm even like I just get annoyed for three for one second three and one half second. Yeah and then. I don't think like well. Maybe they're going to have to talk myself out of like a duck off a waters asshole. You just let it roll right off acid analogy and I am. That's the I think the goal forget trying to figure out. Yeah they're going. Who Cares? Yes yes that. That's the dream. I just don't need to be worried about what that person's doing. I can. Just be annoyed for one second and then move on. That's the dream that's the rim what is interesting is sometimes people. Are you know? There's some extenuating circumstances caused their behavior. But I'd seen more often than not. I'm right so much impatient FRIK. Kirsten would always think it's somebody's going to save a life in route to a burning building and I'm like everyone's a monster. I think percentage wise. I'm more often right. Okay I think in some ways you're right. I think people are acting like assholes. I don't think they're on their way to whatever but it's probably because they had a bad day or something's happening with them is causing this. It's not just that they're a bad person right right. Yeah yeah that's true that's true. I'm both things so so quite often. Having children makes semi impossible to get out of the house. So I'm often late or I'm trying to make up now. You could go well then. Just keep backing up when you start the process which is great. That's legit but boy. You know you gotta feed them and this and that and the packing and the tantrums in the Melt Bounds. Wardrobe changes all of it. Leaves me probably on the highways going somewhere later than we should? Yeah and I'm entitled trick so both things are happening. If I cut you off in traffic both people are gonNA be right situational and it was an entitled Prick but just because you had a hard time getting out the door in your late doesn't mean you have to cut people off. You can still just say sorry. When you get to the place you got and not make more carnage on your way well. Yes Oh here's another thing. I think of quite often is 'cause I both do it and I'm the victim or recipient of which is I drive fast. I like to fuck and drive fast. Joy It yes on for me like it and I. I never understood why anyone is getting maximum. Not inconveniencing them. If I'm in the left lane I go by going ten miles an hour faster near going. It no sweat off your back. There's nothing happening to you yet. Occasionally people will flipping off or Hong or do whatever they do and I'm just happily with a smile on my face driving to work quickly. There's no aggression on my and there's anger there's no malice yet. I'll be on the highway and for whatever reason I'm not in the mood to go fast. I'm just listening to a podcast and influence and someone will blow me and my first thought. My Brussel is like God. That guy's aggressive. You might be there. Smiling listen to Christopher Cross sailing there might be no rush into it but it's funny because it's the exact same behavior but when I do it it's peaceful and loving and you just like to drive fast but when someone else. They're aggressive and impatient and all these things. Yeah but it's also that people driving insanely fast. It makes other people scared. So it's it's fair to be like this person's driving too fast because if even if if you were driving next year driving super fast and I got an accident with you and if it was my fault even like the chances at one of us are dead is way higher. Well I don't think so to be honest with you. I don't think the difference between crashing at sixty five and eighty is a big difference. Just percentage wise if you hit. Oh let's say this if you hit a wall anything over forty five your debts or fifty five or something. There's a point where the damage is the damage now at skin. Accordion quicker something. But I don't think there's a big difference between crashing into a Wallet eighty-five and crash into all sixty five. I think you're a goner. Maybe I don't know I really don't know I'm going to do some experiments. I'm going to crash into a wall sixty-five and say how I feel. We're GONNA crush eighty-five. Yuck this is an episode. That is very mental health. Heavy talk a lot about mental health which I love And he was so open and vulnerable about his struggles. Yeah it's hard. It's hard to be happy it. Isn't it always begs the question? Why why is mental health pandemic level? That's what was the first question when the DSM was created and they started being able to administer a standardized test to millions of Americans. That conclusion was either. This test is too sensitive. And it's labeling too many people with mental health issues or there's a pandemic of mental health. I'm inclined to think it's the lack of mental health. You mean I'm inclined to think it's the latter that there is pandemic levels of depression and different issues. Yeah I think it's very very common so common definitely and then you start. You have to ask yourself why it was this. The mental state of Human Beings one hundred thousand years ago. I can't imagine I was thinking about this the other day watching an animal show and I was thinking. There's no way an animal is designed and has evolved to live in mental anguish. There's just there's no upside to and then I just started thinking. It has to be a result of like this weird life. We have that were that. Were not designed to have yeah. I think it's a result of life getting too big Which also leads to higher levels of thinking which is great and has a ton of positives but also comes with some lows. So I think it's one of those like you can't have the good with the bad yet. It's almost it's like one of the issues has to simply. Just be the amount information you have access to. So fifty thousand years ago you'd be an tribe and you'd probably be aware of one or two other neighboring tribes and that'd be your full extent of the knowledge of the world so you want me finding out that there's some earthquake in Haiti and then a pandemic in China then the stock market crash in Germany. Like just all these epic problems. Yeah that SPAN THE GLOBE. That are all in your head. None of that stuff would have been in your head. Also like probably a sense of powerlessness. We have an anxiety. Because when you're in that group of one hundred members of you could actually enact a change you could control your whole world. Yeah and then the mix of crazy fast pace mixed with totally sedentary lifestyle as far as not being physically active sitting and everywhere you go. There's a lot and what's interesting is there's no going back clearly. We're not going back to the Stone Age. So then you have to be pragmatic about okay. Well then his we're GONNA have to get these medicines better and better and better so that they can augment what whatever things being displaced in her head. Something must correct for that. Yeah and is that the future where we're going to have to be medicated. In a way that makes our our environment jive with our REPTILIAN WIRING AWARENESS. Probably more research about the brain and the chemicals and what releases dopamine. I've been there. I mean they're already is so much research but I'm sure that's going to continue and maybe there are things we don't know that can unlock some of that stuff. Naturally just like exercise now. We know there might be other things we don't know yet. I'm just a little pessimistic. When the solution is like a behavioral adjustment when applied to the seven billion people like like everyone can take a pill in the morning. Look at it in terms of like surgeries are Gen- I mean. They vary all over the body but like back surgeries. They're like fifty percents successful on average. It's such a low percentage yet. People refuse to do physical therapy and they know physical therapy like ninety. Plus percent of the time fixes a problem whereas the surgery only half the time fixed in that particular case in. So I'm just always so pessimistic about if there's a behavioral solution to all of it. Well people adapt it. It's kind of interesting that your pessimistic about it because you are a part of a group that has made a lot of behavioral change. Yeah and unfortunately. The success rate of that program is at its best estimation like thirty percent. Yeah so you know way. More people try it and don't achieve sobriety than try and achieve sobriety but alas there's no better solution so even the lower percentage one is still the best solution. That's true I don't know well it depends. I guess it depends on the person but we also more knowledge. It's like this this podcast. Talking about these things makes people feel not alone in that helps and so when we have people on talk about. This is what I'm doing and this helps me then. I think it encourages other people to make those changes to I. Also think like kind of like you say that in order to make a change your hair us to be on fire. You really have to be in trouble. I do think that's true. I think a lot of people once they hit like real low low they do start thinking. Okay what I'll I hope they do. This are thinking. What can I do to call this a bit? I mean even been on the lower end of the happiness spectrum for a bit and a few days ago I was like I gotta figure this out and I remember years ago when I had a ton of anxiety and panic I was doing stuff to get out of it like I was meditating and I was really good about exercising and I was seeing my therapist regularly and then I climbed out of it and I didn't need to do those things as stringently as I was and now I feel like okay. GotTa get back in those routines because those helped. I think it's like once you feel the benefits. You can tap back in a little. You sure I totally agree. I will also point out though. You're also someone who's not a procrastinator by nature so like thing for you. It took like three days of misery before you're like okay. I got to do something. And you're someone that doesn't push it off now. You just like extend that to someone who is a huge procrastinator and didn't do their homework which is a big section of the world and I just get a little pessimistic. I mean I do think I should have been more proactive a month ago. So it wasn't like it was three days. It was a buildup of three days of really low to get there. But I mean I don't know. I believe that people can help themselves. Yeah I believe. A lot of people can help themselves also. Hopefully all of this thought in conversation and research continues to go further upstream. I mean you like to hope that a good percentage of this is is childhood related and I feel like we could improve the childhoods. Yeah that's a lot of pressure on parents. Oh it is. I don't think parents I think there needs to be more systems in place to help children. Yeah you know I think like Child Care became something that we subsidize offered and then it had to have a lot of like emotional components to the training like you know if we actually invested in put some effort into giving little kids tools and yeah you like to think it would be a lot easier down. Downriver I agree okay couple things. He said Japan Colonized Korea in the early nineteen hundreds nineteen..

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"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

15:11 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"You okay. And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soul mate and Monica pad men. We don't normal setup. Let's just say that right in this quarantine life of ours. We don't ever normal set up at the attic where we can really find tune. Everyone's levels in their headphones cam. And now it's just kind of one size fits all right. You gotTa hear whatever volume. I'm hearing what's curious as we also are using headphones splitter so it is conceivable that you're getting more output than I am. Oh do you want to switch? Which is see if it sounds the same to us. Okay yeah it sounds the same. Sounds the same baider-meinhof who knows I had? I've had a lot of better. Meinhof experiences lately. Yeah I forget what they are but I've said it a lot. I noticed you three times in the last four days and I always makes me smile every single time you say I love it. It's really the only thing I've retained from. These fact checks is remind. The only fact I've remembered is the definition of baider-meinhof which is frequency illusion. If you hear something or see something then you start seeing our hearing examples you get a red BMW three series and you don't feel like you see those at all but the second you buy that car everywhere you go you notice. There's millions of them. You're not unique at all. They're everywhere. Everyone has a red three series. I don't know that I'd say that's the classic example but an example in relate to buying a car and then noticing that Asahara now everywhere. Yes before is invisible to you. That's the one I remembered was Attribution error. I love that one. That wants some me up so much. Remember that when we learned that from here what was that one that is when someone cuts you off in traffic and you attribute their behavior attribution to a characteristic of them are a character flaw right so that person's a selfish that person's impatient as opposed to making a a summation of them contemptuously. That there was some situation that caused their behavior. Either they had to swerve to miss a dog or they were rushing to get a kidney to the hospital right. You don't know which it is. Yeah I'm really prone to just say people are pieces shit and make a real big character assessment. I don't think I do that very much. Yeah you seem to be in the middle. Meet me in the middle. Well I mean yeah. Maybe I'm in the Middle Truth. Be told I'm just not thinking about that person very much so it's not like I'm even like I just get annoyed for three for one second three and one half second. Yeah and then. I don't think like well. Maybe they're going to have to talk myself out of like a duck off a waters asshole. You just let it roll right off acid analogy and I am. That's the I think the goal forget trying to figure out. Yeah they're going. Who Cares? Yes yes that. That's the dream. I just don't need to be worried about what that person's doing. I can. Just be annoyed for one second and then move on. That's the dream that's the rim what is interesting is sometimes people. Are you know? There's some extenuating circumstances caused their behavior. But I'd seen more often than not. I'm right so much impatient FRIK. Kirsten would always think it's somebody's going to save a life in route to a burning building and I'm like everyone's a monster. I think percentage wise. I'm more often right. Okay I think in some ways you're right. I think people are acting like assholes. I don't think they're on their way to whatever but it's probably because they had a bad day or something's happening with them is causing this. It's not just that they're a bad person right right. Yeah yeah that's true that's true. I'm both things so so quite often. Having children makes semi impossible to get out of the house. So I'm often late or I'm trying to make up now. You could go well then. Just keep backing up when you start the process which is great. That's legit but boy. You know you gotta feed them and this and that and the packing and the tantrums in the Melt Bounds. Wardrobe changes all of it. Leaves me probably on the highways going somewhere later than we should? Yeah and I'm entitled trick so both things are happening. If I cut you off in traffic both people are gonNA be right situational and it was an entitled Prick but just because you had a hard time getting out the door in your late doesn't mean you have to cut people off. You can still just say sorry. When you get to the place you got and not make more carnage on your way well. Yes Oh here's another thing. I think of quite often is 'cause I both do it and I'm the victim or recipient of which is I drive fast. I like to fuck and drive fast. Joy It yes on for me like it and I. I never understood why anyone is getting maximum. Not inconveniencing them. If I'm in the left lane I go by going ten miles an hour faster near going. It no sweat off your back. There's nothing happening to you yet. Occasionally people will flipping off Hong or do whatever they do and I'm just happily with a smile on my face driving to work quickly. There's no aggression on my and there's no anger. There's no malice yet. I'll be on the highway and for whatever reason I'm not in the mood to go fast. I'm just listening to a podcast and influence and someone will blow me and my first thought. My Brussel is like God. That guy's aggressive. You might be there. Smiling listen to Christopher Cross sailing there might be no rush into it but it's funny because it's the exact same behavior but when I do it it's peaceful and loving and you just like to drive fast but when someone else. They're aggressive and impatient and all these things. Yeah but it's also that people driving insanely fast. It makes other people scared. So it's it's fair to be like this person's driving too fast because if even if if you were driving next year driving super fast and I got an accident with you and if it was my fault even like the chances at one of us are dead is way higher. Well I don't think so to be honest with you. I don't think the difference between crashing at sixty five and eighty is a big difference. Just percentage wise if you hit. Oh let's say this if you hit a wall anything over forty five your debts or fifty five or something. There's a point where the damage is the damage now at skin. Accordion quicker something. But I don't think there's a big difference between crashing into a Wallet eighty-five and crash into all sixty five. I think you're a goner. Maybe I don't know I really don't know I'm going to do some experiments. I'm going to crash into a wall sixty-five and say how I feel. We're GONNA crush eighty-five. Yuck this is an episode. That is very mental health. Heavy talk a lot about mental health which I love And he was so open and vulnerable about his struggles. Yeah it's hard. It's hard to be happy it. Isn't it always begs the question? Why why is mental health pandemic level? That's what was the first question when the DSM SAM was created and they started being able to administer the standardized tests to millions of Americans. That conclusion was either. This test is too sensitive. And it's labeling too many people with mental health issues or there's a pandemic of mental health. I'm inclined to think it's the lack of mental health. You mean I'm inclined to think it's the latter that there is pandemic levels of depression and different issues. Yeah I think it's very very common so common definitely and then you start. You have to ask yourself why it was this. The mental state of Human Beings one hundred thousand years ago. I can't imagine I was thinking about this the other day watching an animal show and I was thinking. There's no way an animal is designed and has evolved to live in mental anguish. There's just there's no upside to and then I just started thinking. It has to be a result of like this weird life. We have that were that. Were not designed to have yeah. I think it's a result of life getting too big Which also leads to higher levels of thinking which is great and has a ton of positives but also comes with some lows. So I think it's one of those like you can't have the good with the bad yet. It's almost it's like one of the issues has to simply. Just be the amount information you have access to. So fifty thousand years ago you'd being tribe and you'd probably be aware of one or two other neighboring tribes and that'd be your full extent of the knowledge of the world so you want me finding out that there's some earthquake in Haiti and then a pandemic in China then the stock market crash in Germany. Like just all these epic problems. Yeah that SPAN THE GLOBE. That are all in your head. None of that stuff would have been in your head. Also like probably a sense of powerlessness. We have an anxiety. Because when you're in that group of one hundred members of you could actually enact a change you could control your whole world. Yeah and then the mix of crazy fast pace mixed with totally sedentary lifestyle as far as not being physically active sitting and everywhere you go. There's a lot and what's interesting is there's no going back clearly. We're not going back to the Stone Age. So then you have to be pragmatic about okay. Well then his we're GONNA have to get these medicines better and better and better so that they can augment what whatever things being displaced in her head. Something must correct for that. Yeah and is that the future where we're going to have to be medicated. In a way that makes our our environment jive with our reptilian wiring well and just more awareness probably more research about the brain and the chemicals and what releases dopamine. I've been there. I mean they're already is so much research but I'm sure that's going to continue and maybe there are things we don't know that can unlock some of that stuff. Naturally just like exercise now. We know there might be other things we don't know yet. I'm just a little pessimistic. When the solution is like a behavioral adjustment when applied to the seven billion people like like everyone can take a pill in the morning. Look at it in terms of like surgeries are Gen- I mean. They vary all over the body but like back surgeries. They're like fifty percents successful on average. It's such a low percentage yet. People refuse to do physical therapy and they know physical therapy like ninety. Plus percent of the time fixes a problem whereas the surgery only half the time fixed in that particular case in. So I'm just always so pessimistic about if there's a behavioral solution to all of it. Well people adapt it. It's kind of interesting that your pessimistic about it because you are a part of a group that has made a lot of behavioral change. Yeah and unfortunately. The success rate of that program is at its best estimation like thirty percent. Yeah so you know way. More people try it and don't achieve sobriety than try and achieve sobriety but alas there's no better solution so even the lower percentage one is still the best solution. That's true I don't know well it depends. I guess it depends on the person but we also more knowledge. It's like this this podcast. Talking about these things makes people feel not alone in that helps and so when we have people on talk about. This is what I'm doing and this helps me then. I think it encourages other people to make those changes to I. Also think like kind of like you say that in order to make a change your hair us to be on fire. You really have to be in trouble. I do think that's true. I think a lot of people once they hit like real low low they do start thinking. Okay what I'll I hope they do. This are thinking. What can I do to call this a bit? I mean even been on the lower end of the happiness spectrum for a bit and a few days ago I was like I gotta figure this out and I remember years ago when I had a ton of anxiety and panic I was doing stuff to get out of it like I was meditating and I was really good about exercising and I was seeing my therapist regularly and then I climbed out of it and I didn't need to do those things as stringently as I was and now I feel like okay. GotTa get back in those routines because those helped. I think it's like once you feel the benefits. You can tap back in a little. You sure I totally agree. I will also point out though. You're also someone who's not a procrastinator by nature so like thing for you. It took like three days of misery before you're like okay. I got to do something. And you're someone that doesn't push it off now. You just like extend that to someone who is a huge procrastinator and didn't do their homework which is a big section of the world and I just get a little pessimistic. I mean I do think I should have been more proactive a month ago. So it wasn't like it was three days. It was a buildup of three days of really low to get there. But I mean. I don't know. I believe that people can help themselves. I believe a lot of people can help themselves. Also hopefully all of this thought in conversation and research continues to go further upstream. I mean you like to hope that a good percentage of this is is childhood related and I feel like we could improve the childhoods. Yeah that's a lot of pressure on parents. Oh it is. I don't think parents I think there needs to be more systems in place to help children. Yeah you know I think like Child Care became something that we subsidize offered and then it had to have a lot of like emotional components to the training like you know if we actually invested in put some effort into giving little kids tools and yeah you like to think it would be a lot easier down. Downriver I agree okay a couple things. He said. Japan Colonized Korea in the early nineteen hundreds nineteen..

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"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

13:37 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"I think it was sixty days to travel for me. Oh my God. You're not just for that just like trying to assemble these. Massive topics into some cohesive. Fifty Minute Docu. Series thing was tough and We wanted to do something fun and also a little bit quicker. So that's why Netflix and Morgan novel. Who won an Oscar for twenty feet from stardom in the Mr Rogers? Doc My partner and ugly delicious was like let's just try to do like a one day shoot and it actually proved to be fucking harder than anyone thought to sure. Sure because I found out a lot of these actors are like they're not acting twenty twelve hours a day. They do your thing for an hour and then you go back to your trailer right. Oh Yeah five months effort twelve hours. I'm acting forty two minutes of that. Twelve hours sane lines in front of a camera. Yeah and they're eating and it's just a lot. It's a pretty taxing thing. I will say the easiest one for sure was the one with Rogan. Where we're just so. I was so high that helps. He would only do it if I smoke the joint every hour off but that was the second season. And we're working on this show with Hulu so I'm doing a bunch of shows for Hulu right now and we're filming with Chrissy Teigen a TV show that had to stop production because of this epidemic. So that was that was like a crazy thing. Yeah could you say which side of all this you liked the mouse or you like it all or you hate it all. I don't know I don't think when I do media. It feels like work. I mean it does but it's not working in kitchens that right to me. What work is and it's so fucking hard and managing the restaurants is so hard but somehow I always again i. I always like an to an addiction. Ninety nine percent of it. I think sucks in restaurants one percent. That's what you're chasing. After all the time it'll keep him back. Yes in in in the media and I don't feel the highs so much it just feels like a pretty steady thing and I like it because it's been able to like give me a bigger platform and I want to be able to be responsible with that platform but I feel guilty. Weirdly to say that I like it. You know I mean yeah because it's not something. I know a lot of other chefs. Have that opportunity and I feel like a a wimp in some ways but I also like it because it allows me to keep my brain engaged in other ways and continue to grow but I will say you know as someone who really enjoys you and I think you're great at it. I think you're great at the media side. I think people were so confused by Anthony Bourdain. Because it appeared that he had the exact life we all fantasize about which is like perpetually on vacation going out and having great food drinking with people and having fun and I think obviously from his book at least we know he had addiction. I never met the guy personally but clearly some significant depression issues and I think it's relevant for someone like you for someone like me to go. Okay yeah. The grass looks green over there. I'm doing this. This is good. But man always haven't scheduled self-healing time self check in time all that being accountable to people. I sure hope. That's a part of your program and plan you know I'm trying I'm trying really hard and I know it's a problem when people like the first thing people say is. Hey Dave are you taking care of yourself when ten people tell me that in a month? I'm like Oh Shit. I think I'm I'm I'm really in it right now and you know. Tony. Tony passing was brutal for me because in so many ways he was a mentor. Like an older brother figure to me and When he died I think what was so hard for me was I was like that. Shit was supposed to happen to me. Not Tony Rights. And he's the Mick Jagger of your world that guy's supposed to be impervious something like that and we know we started talking about him asking for help and that that being a sign of strength and for good period of time. I was really mad at myself because I felt selfish. And whenever I would see Tony I think when I first got to know Tony really well we were just hanging and eat and drink and have an amazing time and and then I think it got a little bit less of hang because you realize like oh check I got I got to be like a. I gotta be like a respectable adult for him and help him out. I think that where I felt bad was he had to be so strong for everyone else that I don't know if anyone gave in return to him and I felt really guilty. 'cause I I wish I had said. Hey Tony like you're always helping me. What can I do for you? Yeah I don't know if that would have made a difference but I know a lot of people felt the same way because he was constantly giving to people. Yeah I think that these kinds of Alpha's it's really hard to imagine that they need someone to take care of them as well. Yeah there are so many occasions where I could have just had that simple conversation but as you know is someone who's wrestled with all of it. There's no real magic words right. It's got to be the person asking for help and becoming open to all suggestions and yeah. I think I was intoxicated. Just like everyone else's Tony's a even though there might have signs or things and you're just like she's gone through all this he's got he's got it. You know you know my good friend. Dave chose set the best and they had a very different relationship than anyone else because chose an addict in a variety different ways. He's like Tony just jumped from heroin to work never went to Rehab. He just cold Turkey. Heroin and Tony of severe addictive personality that was tempered over the years but It's scary for me for myself for two people that I care about that. Also have addictive personalities and. It's something that I never thought I'd talk about as much as I do. I'm so glad you do because again yours. Somebody's Tony it is incumbent. Upon you you own all of the vulnerabilities and the you know the struggles in and helps people not feel alone in. There's seen someone successful who still actively vulnerable and actively asking for help helps a road. This notion that you can succeed your way into feeling good but she. You can't do it absolutely and I don't know if I'd ever be this open about it if he didn't pass uh-huh because IRA really Russell is like well. If there's anything can be learned means that like it's stupid to bottle it all up and not tell anybody and I hate myself in a variety of ways and I always hate myself in a variety of ways. But if there's one thing that I can feel good about if it's just one person then then it's worth it but is it easy when you talk about all this stuff because I'm a for fifteen years so it's gotten easier you know. I go share my shit in front of strangers in whatever city. I'm working in and so I I it certainly I got used to it. You know. We'll do the first time I said I was molested. I had been sitting on that for fourteen years and I don't think I told someone again for another five and then someone again in a year and now I'll tell anyone really doesn't have the weight it used to but I'll tell you if I'm being honest it's a lot easier for me to talk about the things I've gone through as opposed things. I'm currently going through. That's still very challenging for me to go like oh no. I'm still fight being a scumbag hourly. That's like my DNA. It's gotten easier but I still do. There's there's potholes all over. Just walk out your front door. Yes so that's something I could get better at aspire to be better at that. The real time vulnerability the real time struggle. You know something. That's crazy that I did recently two months ago because I've been trying to like get the right medication for me. Yeah there was a couple of years where I decided to go off medication and I can look back and be like holy fucking Shit like I was so fucking out of my mind and thankfully I got back on it and it's always been hard to sort of get me to a place where everything's working right. Yeah I feel so sympathetic to everyone that deals with what you do because even if you find that magic recipe right your body then evolves. It's an ongoing right. There's no magic combination and like the way I've always described it feels like I can just get enough oxygen if I'm in the water right like I'm not drowning per se but it feels like I could at any moment after years of seeing my doctor like only recently. Did I found out like I'm bipolar? When I say three or four years ago because I'd ask them like what am I. Why would you want to know this David? I'm like Fox. Just tell me what I wanNA fuck it now. Yeah and weirdly like two three months ago because we've been trying to tweak my medication to get it better. He's like hey there's this. Dna sequence intest. That's offered right now and it just does your twenty two chromosomes that is most widely associated with your mental health and does a couple that sequences your liver to see how you process medicine and this is specifically just to get you on the best medicine for yourself. Yea and I sat on that for a long. But I just wasn't ready to do it because I felt like this was Gatica Shit and I was like I don't know these are moral dilemmas. And which opened up this. Pandora's box sounds like fuck. I don't know film in the show. Last year was hard when I say I lost my mind. I lost my fucking mind in Cambodia. He was just scrape place to lose it because in so many ways I felt bad I was like you know what this is. This is what Tony should be doing. What the fuck am I doing and and I was just getting ready to have our first son and I was just in a weird place and I was like shit like I needed to make sure that. Don't go down this road so we were like really trying to figure out the best medication for me and I changed a bunch of things and it just didn't work out and I fought like fucking. I'm just going to say yes. I'm going to do this and I got the results back. And it blew my fucking mind really. Yeah I was like oh it explained so much. It was a weird thing to be able to connect the DOTS and You know what was most interesting to me was like it almost immediately. I was like if this becomes popular. This is going to stigmatize mental illness immediately because he was saying. I'M GONNA candidate for Ketamine. There's something in my DNA that says I'm academy and Responder and haven't called the doctor yet because I'm GonNa be legally alantic. Ketamine dripped into me. Part of me is like yes. This is fucking amazing. This scary but he was saying they have a spray. Where if you're feeling bad Or you know you're going to go down episode. You can actually inhaling your nose and you're immediately going to feel better and I was like this is fucking crazy so effectively. It's an EPI pen for your emotions. I was like wait if you're a diabetic you know. No one's GonNa make fun of you because you're you don't produce insulin because we've accepted that as a society you know. Hey need to take medicine. We get that and I think that this may be a game changer. In how people can accept the fact that people's brain functions in their also we're starting to they're starting isolate some gut bacteria that is really common in different forms of depression. I mean yeah. It's all opening up. I think we're going to have such better options as we go forward and it's an exciting time. Actually I mean does he just got imagine yourself in eighteen hundreds dealing with all this stuff. I'm pretty pretty sure I would not be alive without I I don't think I would have made it either. Well David I hope everyone checks. You have a podcast. Can you tell me the name of your? It's a the Dave Chang show. It's.

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"david chang" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

11:13 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"When you're at craft and then you graduate cooking school and they start letting you cook in that kitchen. Is there anything that you recognize? Oh I do have a knee sheer. No it's not a niche. It is very much a rigid caste. You're the lowest person there and you have to work your way up till you get to the top and I saw very early on my role was I. GotTa do whatever they tell me to do. Right and what I learned though was it wasn't an aptitude. I wasn't naturally gifted at it. But what I saw about cooking. That was very appealing to me was man if if I do this every day I get better at it right well. The golfing was probably great training for this in a way because it very much yeah. Golf is such a baby steps baby. Step Bay just Mike. Rowe improvements over years. It taught me a lot because I'm pretty lazy person by nature but I get competitive as a motherfucker on. That's yeah that's helpful and Gulf turn me unfortunately into a total lunatic in terms of competitiveness. And that's how I viewed it was. Oh for me to get to this person's position I need to be better than this person column. I going to get there when I opened up in two thousand four. No one wanted to work with me. Not One person it gives you insight to how bad I was. What do you think the people would have if if you would have invited someone to be a part of it and they say I won't work with David for X Y and Z? I can tell you 'cause I've asked them all my friends to. You're not that good. Okay you are never been a sous chef you wanna make Romuald the fuck. You're talking about because you know after I cooked for craft like I came back and went to Japan because I felt like there was unfinished business and I wanted to work there and I learned a lot in Japan cooking. Living Japan was like a life changing experience. Because I learned a lot about myself because Japan's such an expensive country particularly food and I had like on saying tiffany but I came to the realization that I could eat really well. They're cheaply and that. That was a weird thing because back in America in two thousand three. If you said you wanted to go to a nice restaurant food people think. You're like a snob right. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah I would have been people calling someone snap. Yeah because you weren't wrong because you couldn't eat well there. The the whole idea of eating well was yet fast food to eat a nice meal. Meant like some fancy French restaurant that was just exclusive to anyone else other than White People. So it was really elitist. It wasn't democratized at all yet. No not not at all. So this is the weird thing that. I had the realization where I was cooking Japan. I was like wait. Everyone's actually eating. Well I most of my meals at convenience stores like the seven elevens their equivalent like some of the best food. I had weren't like convenience stores like sandwiches noodles. I have the stereotype of Japan and the Japanese work ethic and I guess also through their engineering and vehicle manufacturing which is the only field. I know a lot about. There's meticulousness to their work. Ethos that is evident in their product. So that what's happening with the food? Is there like an attention to detail and meticulousness or is it? They're using real ingredients. That aren't process like we're using here. What was the distinguishing factor? That made it all so good. They just care more like. Have you been to Japan before? No I'm dying to go. It's one of the one of the only places Monica I want to. It's the greatest food culture in the world in my opinion and everything's good in. Everyone knows more about food than anyone else in their food culture. Just it goes back like a thousand plus years there restaurants that are like four hundred five hundred years old killed right so but like that all trickles down to everything in Japan is just a little bit better because they care more they just simply care more and like an egg salad sandwich. Would you ever buy an egg salad sandwich? American seven eleven. I'd be terrified. I would imagine it had been made a week before minimally. Yeah well the logistics there in Japan is like the constantly being made somewhere and being shipped to these places. So it's very fresh and it's made with delicious ingredients. And IT'S AMAZING. The Egg Salad Sandwich at a lawson so that convenience store is one of my top five things will ever eat. I want to see now. You're talking our language bean stores. I could walk down the street and I could just buy like. Niko which steen stuffed dumpling of sorts. And it's like fifty cents and it's delicious and I was like wait foods. Amazing here in the cheap food. That's just as good as even the McDonalds is fucking unbelievable in. Ooh We need a rectangle. Sam We need chicken sandwich. Burger King over there. You know what if I go to Tokyo? Mcdonald's because I'm telling you that they say they still fry their fries in beef fat tallow so Donald News mcdonagh does McDonalds McDonalds now really quick so I read kitchen confidential. When did that book come out around two thousand and two thousand two thousand one? Yeah okay so I read that book and I was like. Oh Wow if I had not gone into comedy. That would have been my life. The kitchen life is a bunch of party animals sex crazed drug laden terrible hours. Everyone's fucking each other. I'm like I'm in. That's my kind of culture. Were you experiencing that at Kraft? Did you like that especially given the kind of Cross Your T.'s? Dot Your I's childhood was that chaos appealing so when I first got to craft what I love most was how serious everybody was. It was like you entered like a surgeon's room but the moment service ended. It was like going to a party right right. It was work hard. Play hard and also during service and this is why I've always deemed as like a healthy kitchen is when people are making fun of each other. I was like Oh this is perfect for me. It's like who could hurt. Someone's feelings the most like this is exactly where I need to be. And you're making really delicious food but like there's different kinds of kitchens and I was close with Tony and he wrote about kitchen culture. That was very real at that time but it didn't exist at certain levels in my opinion like the restaurant like kraft was only about food. I could've been naive but I never really saw anything because I was always just working on the food. Everyone was so fucking busy cooking that you couldn't do anything else and it was pretty hardcore. There are a lot of crazy stories. I've seen a lot of crazy shit because kitchen. Culture thankfully has been updated. Where do you get the ball? Start Mama Fuko. I'm probably so long as well. No no no more Fu so again like following the footsteps of my brother. My brother Love's allman brothers. So I love the allman brothers. You know eat. A peach. Became like one of my favorite albums and when I was studying everything before I left for Japan. Like anything you know. Anything in became a hobby after the first trip to Japan and I I learned that the guy that create a cup of noodles was named Momofuku Ondo and I curse all the time and I was like this. Sounds like motherfucker? That's a great name and I'll use it if I ever restaurant called Momofuku logo. After Japan I worked for Danielle Balloon and injure calmly Nieta Upper East side institution called Cafe Balut. And you know at this time I was getting better but I didn't know what I WANNA do because at the time. Then if you wanted to have your own restaurant you had to get tapped by the chef so for example if I spent enough time with Daniel Glued in one of his patrons decided hey. I want to open a restaurant in Boston. Do you have someone that I could hire? And that's how you get a job working. Yeah and I was and I was like probably if there was like sixteen cooks in my ranking I was like fifteen. I'm never I'm never going to be better than everyone else. Around that time. I had my first manic experience on the depressive side. Yeah and things were going south of my family as well and then all in I was also working like fourteen. I don't know what fourteen sixteen hours time six days a week but it was like crazy amount of work and I just was like losing my mind and my mom's bed and cancers for twenty four years. My brother was in the midst of pursuing my dad and all this crazy shit was going on and my reality was like melting away and I was not in a good place so that was another reason why I had to leave and one of the reasons I started Momofuku was I reached a point. I was like fuck it. Who cares you know what I mean like using that sort of that equation of like what's the worst thing that can happen? Yeah right I might just Joe Myself Anyway. So who cares fight? Fuck this up. Who Cares can I ask what were the depths of that period? Did you end up having to quit the job? Were you unable to work? How destructive did that spell? You know. It's funny it's like throughout my life. I feel like I wanted to ask for help. And Even Times. I think I've asked it in college or even high school and high school was pretty traumatic for me to like there's a whole nother like. I went to the private school that produced the last two Supreme Court justices. Oh yeah you into short shorts town Pratt. Yeah got imagine your some of your classmates. Parents were like senators and Shit. So it wasn't a it wasn't a fun time for me so I I didn't really fit in and I am remembering highschool asking for help and people are like you're fine and then I never never asked my parents like. Hey I think I need to see therapists or psychiatrists like that doesn't exist in Asian American household right. Just don't do it. You know what the remedy is is. Stop crying suck. Yeah yeah toughen up yet I need help is is weakness right exactly. Yeah and the whole idea that you need someone to talk to or get medication on. That was just so foreign. That was never going to happen. So you know when I was twenty six. That's where I reached a point where I was like. Fuck it and did you self medicate. Oh my God yeah there we go. I mean man I was really good at it. E Yeah your baseline is feeling like a negative sex and drug even in its worst condition. Continue to to. You'RE GONNA pay that option in my experience. Yeah and because my industry also was like me even after college you go out every night I mean every night. I'm going to bed at four in the morning. Five sometimes sleeping in the locker room just to go to work in the morning. It's insane. I tried to block a lot of that out because it wasn't like that fun but a lot of drinking and I don't like to say that I had a drinking problem but yeah I definitely had a drinking problem. Sharp sharp while you're talking to someone with a drinking so it's okay you're in good company bad medicine.

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"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Over. I think it was pretty influenced by Office. Space the movie. John and I had existential dilemma in crisis at the age of twenty two. I was like this is what people do every day. You type of keyboard do some stupid shit and you make some phone calls you get yelled at and you got your desk and you go home. You're so tired and you pray to God. You don't have to go to work the next day. It's like this the horrible existence in college. I learned about this thing called negative. Which is what the early Catholic theologians would think about and meditate on to get closer to what God is because you can't know what God is because he's ineffable omniscient but if you say God's not this microphone God's Not Computer God's not this Cup of water if you did that all the time you get a little bit closer. That's a pretty easy logic that I would have liked to my life so I'm going to start to do all these things that I'm not supposed to do almost like George Costanza and it's going to give me a little bit closer to maybe what I WANNA do the for a year or so. I did all kinds of job everything that I thought I could try to do for like two or three days and then I quit and I was like you know what I think. Cooking is for me but I don't know I know that working in this desk is not for me to French. Colonies to and we're you immediately. Great in cooking school like are there prodigies. There are people that are more gifted at cooking another like any other field. I would say I've met a couple of people that are real geniuses in cooking. But they didn't go to cooking school. But for the most part you have to become great and some people have higher altitude being great and that might be how you move into kitchen your knife skills your precision and all of these things but for the most part when I started cooking. I was one of the students anyone's ever seen okay. I'm fucking spouse. I only know one way of getting anything done. And that's throwing everything I have to a problem. That doesn't always work so well with a partner right and truth be told my first partner level ones. So they're six levels in Brooklyn School. She refused to be my partner on level two. So she told the the chefs. If I have to be David Partner I'M GONNA quit school and they suddenly David's partner so she quit school rugby. My whole wow. That's a strong vote of. Yeah just to give you an idea of what what a mess. I was as a human like I really was just fucking mass. And so what was the turning point? You went to work for craft at some point in the middle of this. Yeah I mean that's another thing. I just started work for John. George Osborne cooking school and I just started pouring myself into the profession and I was like. I'm just GONNA do everything. I'm GonNa do everything I never used to do. I'm GonNa pour myself into this study and just became infatuated with all aspects of cooking and like a year later in the day off. 'cause I was answering phones at craft before it opened up on my two days off from working at Mercer Kitchen I was like this. Is The restaurant that I wanna be at and maybe I like this because it's not that I love it. I can't imagine doing anything else right now. I just poured myself into it and craft was like winning the Lotto for me because the team there was that Thompson assembled was like broiled class and they wouldn't even accept me as free labor. They were like you know what we don't need you. Thanks Brian very much. You you suck and You know we need a reservation so I was like you know what I just sense. The greatness there so I would do whatever I needed to do to get my feet indoor. If I have to answer phones I'll do that. I did that for few months while still finishing up cooking school until I could actually work for free. Yeah that's how it all happen. So many people took me under their wings and I learned so much.

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"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

14:12 min | 7 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm DAX shepard joined by modest mouse. Oh Monster Mouse. Ooh Monster Mouths. Are you doing monster mouse? Good in my apartment again. Love it here. Yeah when I arrive in. The door was cracked to grant me entry entry. There was a smell. Wafting out into the foyer and it was the most delightful inviting smell. You burn a lot of Nice candles in here thank you. I mean that could have gone either way could have been well. Oranges spoilt sure things. I'm glad it was the candle. Is there a specific sent rivers edge Woodsy.

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"david chang" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

Staying In with Emily & Kumail

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"david chang" Discussed on Staying In with Emily & Kumail

"Hi Emily v Gordon and wow you're getting a bonus this is a bonus episode of staying in with Emily and Komal. You guys have been going so you get a bonus. This bonus episode is an interview with our friend. David Chang who is a chef and restaurateur restaurants? All her also and Artur. He has a show on. Netflix called ugly delicious. Which is one of my favorite shows. I cry watching not. He's not but what makes an tour? I mean I don't. Let's keep someone who does things clear. Think goods this things good. He's not talk as he does things we interview with him and we it was. We kind of ended up chatting for a while. I will say that he you'll hear on the episode. He's on the phone trying to grab Wi fi where he can to talk to us. So the quality. Don't yell at us about the quality. We did our best and I will tell you that the first three minutes to quality isn't great and then the quality improves. Yes but it's I. Don't think so bad that will make you want to tear your eyes out and throw them at a bus. But perhaps we haven't been studio turns your eyes out and throw the Metro bus. Wow I don't think I've ever been dad upset. I get on the bus. If you've torn your eyes up. Is it a stationary purchase topped bus? It's not a moving bus stop at a bus stop. Maybe you gotta hurry before. All the customers derives house fast. I don't think I could rip my eyes out that quickly. Okay let's get back right. Oh sorry the buses gone. It's a lovely. It's a lovely conversation with a lovely man who has very passionate about the restaurant industry. Obviously I'm very passionate about food so we wanted to talk to him about that in this new day and age you wanted to. Yeah we wanted to hear about whether restaurant industries stands in this day and age as you just said and we wanted to get some cooking tips from him like how. How do we take care of ourselves? How do we do good job cooking when now all of us have cooking a lot more than we perhaps not all of us but some of us are cooking more than we're used to so with less ingredients at times? Yep less ingredients.

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"Top Chef Masters" winner mourned after dying of coronavirus

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

"Top Chef Masters" winner mourned after dying of coronavirus

"Noted Indian American chef Floyd card does dies of coronavirus he competed on top chef and one top chef masters in twenty eleven David Chang of ugly delicious on Netflix priestess cooking boy was the first Indian shaft that was running arguably the best restaurant in the world was pronounced Lana base to chef Aisha Gomez tells The New York Times

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The Future of Connection, Isolation ... and Home Cooking

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:28 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Connection, Isolation ... and Home Cooking

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte got com slash look. Again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. A few more highlights as we wrap up another epic week of the future of everything festival in New York City, the journals glimpse into the future with the brightest minds intact, and beyond that's after these Tyke headlines. As it overhauls how it engages with campaigns ahead of elections. In twenty twenty Facebook said it stopped paying commissions to employees who sell political ads in the wake of revelations about Russian efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen election senior leaders at the company debated, whether it should cease running political ads entirely chief executive Mark Zuckerberg may define will call to stay in the business, though changes will be made to how it operates scrutiny of Facebook's role in the political process has only intensified over the past eighteen months with allegations that its platforms have been used for attempted election manipulation on six continents door. Dash said it has raised six hundred million dollars in a deal that values it at twelve point six billion dollars this as investors clamor to get into food delivery business. They remain undeterred by the lackluster, stock market debut of Uber. The deal gives door dash a private market valuation higher than the market capitalization of one Domino's pizza. If you're. Ping score the door. Dash announcement comes on the heels of a five hundred seventy five million dollar investment round last week in European food, delivery startup deliver ru let by Amazon, and now for some semantics. If you wouldn't mind, let's start with the word ship. It used to refer to a vessel that floats on water or the act of sending mail, it's now used as something else, entirely, as you might know, derived from the suffix of relationship, it now means to endorse, a romantic union, and it is the basis of a new dating app. Catching on with women online dating king match has teamed up with millennial digital brand benches to create ship which has launched this year and allows friends to vet potential mates for one another dating app users report, these c- of potential. Matches is overwhelming, and in its first quarter conference, call match said ship is seeing strong engagement in big cities. The company said roughly seventy percent of registration, thus far are female in about sixty percent of matches are made by friends come. Up dipping back into the future of everything festival with a look at the future of social media, broadband access, and of course, eating support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud and AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte dot com slash look. Again. The such as isolation connection, social media, and of course, eating were all hit upon at the Wall Street Journal's future of everything festival this week, you can catch up on everything that the testable had to offer at wsJcom or the WSJ app. You can also listen to the journals instant message podcast for some of the biggest highlights among one of the biggest themes were social media and connection versus isolation. Seamus astonished. The co founder and chief executive of the house party video app spoke at the festival about how house party is averting a loneliness epidemic. We felt that there was a solution that was needed out there. Particularly for the younger demographic, who's feeling. I mean I, I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that they're on the precipice of a loneliness epidemic. And they're spending so much time on their devices in their rooms, and what we're trying to in is humanity. Back into connecting and. We all sort of opted into a synchronous communication. We started. Texting each other back and forth. We started liking in a news feed or. Re tweeting or responding in these Acer internist manners. And sure it's like officiant, but it doesn't fill your tank in the same way that like seeing somebody face to face does. And this is a response to that feeling and just trying to get people connected again in order to access such video chat apps. One certainly needs internet, a challenge for rural America, as of late land-o-lakes president and CEO. Beth Ford says that farmers are struggling to access basic resources because of their limited access to broadband problem that we're going to have is this technology, these tools that have been developed. They cannot be leveraged broadly. Probably about thirty percent of farmers. Don't have broadband access. You know, they're two hundred counties in America, that don't have broadband access there in rural America, and this is a real issue so beyond the tools. We touch have harvest bakers in America. We touched twenty five percent of the farmers with our federative model. The biggest concern I have is their ability to. Make an best moment in their communities. They are they are not able to do that. We're looking at all different options because you know what there's not going to be one solution. Switching gears and to mix it up a quick check in on the future of food for all the talk of dining apps, and food delivery, much of which disgust at the festival, the future of how we look at food continues to evolve. And apparently, the future is a healthy one, according to restaurant tour Antony rows, ski and the resident chef of net. Flicks is queer eye home cooking is due for a modern day revival. When I was developing the menu at sure definitely had a lot more meat and dairy on it than it does now, like our menu now has zero Darrien no red meat, and we just have a little bit of chicken. One thing with fish, and then everything is pretty much plant based, I just I don't know. I'm thinking about a lot of with everything that's sort of, like, Borden, did, for example. And now David Chang, and there's a lot of content. And I know I'm a net flicks baby. So I'm like, obviously promoting shows that are there. But like there's so. Much awesome. Because convenient doesn't have to be total garbage that was. But of course, a sampling you can check out more wsJcom for all things. FOE festival related make sure you check out WSJ's instant message podcast as well as for the tech news briefing that wraps it up for now. I'm Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening.

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