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Welcome to the Purple Cloud Podcast! Our mission is to disseminate the wisdom and teachings of traditional Chinese and Asian culture throughout the Western world. Our scope is broad encompassing medicine and healing, martial arts, philosophy, religion and spiritual practice throughout China and Asia, art, music and more. Through in-depth discussions with luminaries in their respective fields Purple Cloud Podcast is dedicated to shed light upon the many nuances of these traditional cultures.
 
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Salt & Spine

Brian Hogan Stewart

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We tell the compelling stories behind cookbooks you won't get anywhere else. Featuring interviews with leading authors, we explore the art and craft of cookbooks, looking at both new and vintage cookbooks and the inspirations behind them … the compelling people who create them … and their impact on home cooks and the culinary world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Eight Commentaries on Observing the Precepts of Life 遵生八箋 , is a Ming dynasty text focused on health and longevity. This lecture provides an introduction to the work, focusing on the chapter which delineates various methods to maintain optimal health in each particular season. These methods include physical exercises, herbal formulas and genera…
 
**Today's episode is brought to you by Chronicle Books. Salt + Spine listeners can use the code SALT25 to get 25% off orders—with free ground shipping on orders over $25—through the end of 2021.** This week, we're excited to welcome Rodney Scott to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Rodney is the owner of Rodney Scott's Whole Ho…
 
**Today's episode is brought to you by Chronicle Books. Salt + Spine listeners can use the code SALT25 to get 25% off orders—with free ground shipping on orders over $25—through the end of 2021.** This week, we're excited to welcome Chef Matthew Raiford to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Matthew is a self-titled "CheFarmer"—t…
 
NOTE: This is a two-part conversation. We suggest starting with the episode featuring our conversation with Jesse (one earlier in your podcast feed) and continuing with this chat with Julie. This week, we're excited to welcome actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and chef/food writer Julie Tanous to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Jess…
 
NOTE: This is a two-part conversation. We suggest starting with this episode featuring our conversation with Jesse and continuing with our conversation with Julie (next in your feed). This week, we're excited to welcome actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and chef/food writer Julie Tanous to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Jesse and J…
 
In this episode we talk to Chen Hsiu Fen about the Yangsheng Nourishing Life culture of the Jiangnan region in Ming dynasty China and how it was exemplified by Gao Lian in his work the Zunsheng Bajian. We also delve into the use of the seldom discussed tradition of talking cures in Chinese medicine, in which doctors elicit strong emotional reaction…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Reem Kassis to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Born in Jerusalem, Reem moved to the United States at 17 to attend university—and she was determined not to end up in the kitchen. After receiving an MBA from Wharton Business School and an Master's in cultural psychology from the London School…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Chef Brandon Jew and food writer Tienlon Ho to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Brandon Jew and co-author, Tienlon Ho, joined us to talk about their recent cookbook: Mister Jiu's in Chinatown: Recipes and Stories from the Birthplace of Chinese American Food. Mister Jiu's—the restaurant on wh…
 
In this episode we talk to Michael Brown about his its long-awaited second installment of ‘Explanations of Channels and Points Vol.2’ . a Qing dynasty acupuncture commentary by Yue Hanzhen (1602-1693 CE). Despite having never been published, this work has survived owing to its historical significance. It was the first to integrate point locations a…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Lindsay Gardner and Katianna Hong to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Lindsay's debut book, Why We Cook: Women on Food, Identity, and Connection, features interviews, recipes, and essays from more than 100 women in food. An artist whose illustrations and watercolor works have appeared in num…
 
In this episode we talk to Yan Liu about the long history of the use of poisonous medicine in the Chinese medicine tradition, particularly in the medieval era. We delve into topics such as the similarities and differences in the use of poisons in the Western and Chinese traditions, the use of poisons in alchemical practices and the role it played i…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Farmer Lee Jones to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Lee grew up in Ohio, where his family has farmed for about six generations. Fresh into college at just 19 years old, Lee saw everything his family owned gone in a day—their farm, their house, their car—after a hail storm devastated their c…
 
Molly Baz wants you to have fun in the kitchen—and she's determined to teach you how "I just want people to know that cooking can be fun and there's a little bit of work you have to do on the front end to get yourself nice and equipped. And that's what this book is going to help you with. But then it's going to be really fucking fun and it's not go…
 
In this episode we talk to Tsai Ling-yi and Chen Po-Hsun, two Taiwanese Chinese medical doctors and academics in the field of Chinese medical history. We discuss how they have simultaneously navigated the Chinese and Western medical worlds, and discuss how the Chinese medicine exists in Taiwan within and outside of the official system. We also talk…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Claire Saffitz to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Claire became a near-household name during her time at the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen, where she starred in many of the channels’ videos, including her own series: Gourmet Makes. In that show, she reversed engineered popular processed treats, …
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Hetty McKinnon to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Hetty’s entry to cookbooks began back in 2011, when she started a salad business, delivering lunch via bicycle around her neighborhood in Sydney, Australia. Before long, she found herself writing her first cookbook to catalog her creations a…
 
In this episode we talk again to Cheng Feng, this time about musical healing in the Chinese medical and Daoist traditions. We discuss how music can be used to both heal and harm, and the benefits of chanting the Dao De Jing. We also delve into how the 5 tones outlined in the Huang Di Nei Jing relate to the 5 phases, and how to use them in the clini…
 
In this episode we talk to Zoey Xinyi Gong about the role of food in Chinese medicine. From a background as a Western medical nutritionist , Zoey talks of her journey into the world of Chinese medical dietetics. We touch on topics such as cooling foods and their role in a healthy diet, how to deal with a damp constitution, fad diets, fasting, medic…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Ayesha Curry to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Ayesha is the modern food & lifestyle mogul. Growing up obsessed with cooking, Ayesha always had her eyes set on acting — but her foray into food blogging has launched a massive career. Her first cookbook, The Seasoned Life, cemented her statu…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Jeff Mauro to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. A Chicago native, Jeff has been beaming into your home TVs via Food Network since 2011, when he was crowned the winner of season seven of "Food Network Star" (and then, later that year, under another crown as the host of "Sandwich King.") And th…
 
HAVE A LISTEN: Loading Dock Talks is the new podcast hosted by Salt + Spine friend chef Preeti Mistry, where each week they talk with chefs, cookbook authors, and activists. Subscribe here. ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Preeti talks with Zoe Adjonyoh - chef, activist, and author - about connecting to her ancestral Ghanaian roots and building community throug…
 
In this episode we talk to James Flowers, practitioner of Chinese Medicine, Research Fellow at Kyung Hee University and PhD from Johns Hopkins University, about his journey that has taken him from Australia to live in Korea, China and the USA. We discuss in depth the practice of traditional East Asian medicine in Korea, touching on why integrative …
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Marcus Samuelsson and Osayi Endolyn to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Chef Marcus Samuelsson has become a household culinary name, building his restaurant empire from Red Rooster in Harlem to now more than a dozen eateries around the globe. He's won multiple James Beard Awards and is a reg…
 
In this episode we talk to Tyler Rowe, practitioner of Chinese medicine, martial arts and specialist in the practical application of classical Chinese geomancy and astronomy texts. We explore the relationship between climate and illness, and dive deeply into the often poorly understood Wuyun Liuqi (Five Movements and Six Qi) system from the Huangdi…
 
In this episode we interview Mattias Daly about his most recent translation for Purple Cloud Press, The Heart Treasure of Taijiquan by Ren Gang. Written for the modern reader, this book thoroughly illuminates the authentic inner teachings of Yang family taijiquan. From detailing contemporary misunderstandings of taijiquan and its place in Chinese c…
 
HAVE A LISTEN: Counterjam is the third show on Food52's podcast new network. On Counterjam, host Peter Kim explores culture through food and music. Guests include A Tribe Called Quest founding member Jarobi White, Kelis, comedian Margaret Cho, chef and cookbook author Roy Choi, and many more. Subscribe here. About this episode: Host Peter J. Kim lo…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Mashama Bailey and John O. Morisano to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Mashama is the executive chef and partner of The Grey, which she runs with her business partner, John O. Morisano. The Savannah, Georgia restaurant is set inside a once-segregated, former Greyhound bus station and has be…
 
In this episode we interview Marta Hanson, Associate Professor of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University about the concept of medical bilingualism and what it means for practitioners of Chinese medicine. We also delve into the history of epidemics in China, differences and similarities in responses between SARS and Covid-19, as well as…
 
Angela Garbacz is the founder of the Lincoln, Nebraska pastry shop Goldenrod Pastries, which is focused on “inclusive baking,” the term Angela uses to describe her menu full of baked goods without dairy or gluten. Angela’s distilled her recipes and two decades of professional baking experience into her first cookbook, Perfectly Golden, which offers…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Julia Turshen to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Julia is returning to Salt + Spine today to talk about her latest cookbook, Simply Julia. Julia is the well-known author of other cookbooks, including two highly praised solo books: Small Victories and Now & Again. And she’s a prolific writer…
 
In this episode Mattias Daly speaks with Dr. Ilia Mozias of the University of Tel Aviv about his book The Literati Path to Immortality: The Alchemical Teachings of Lu Xixing. Lu Xixing (1520-1606) of the Ming dynasty was posthumously credited with founding the “Eastern School” of internal alchemy, but he was neither a monk nor a priest. Rather, he …
 
🥧 It's Pie Week 2021 🥧 This week, we're excited to welcome Petra Paredez to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks, for our Spring 2021 Pie Week! Petra’s life story is looped around pie from the very beginning. Before she was even born, her parents opened Mom’s Apple Pie Company in Leesburg, Virginia, and Petra and her family’s lives…
 
Episode 2 of our Spring 2021 Pie Week 🥧 Called a “pie guru” by Sunset magazine and the “pie-making queen” by Chowhound, Kate’s name has become synonymous with the practice of home-baking pies infused with care and confidence. Thousands of people have joined her workshops, including her 3-day Pie Camp, in Washington State and around the world. Her f…
 
🥧 It's Pie Week 2021 🥧 This week, we're excited to welcome Lauren Ko to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks, for our Spring 2021 Pie Week! You might be most likely to know Lauren from her now-famous Instagram handle: @lokokitchen. Lauren’s geometric designs and stunning pie creations have taken the Internet — and really, the world…
 
n this episode we talk to Prof. Volker Scheid, academic and clinical practitioner of Chinese medicine. We delve into the Covid-19 pandemic, the various ways it has been approached by practitioners of Chinese medicine and what it means for the Chinese medicine global community as a whole. We also discuss the ideas of fire and desire as explored by C…
 
In this episode we talk to Purple Cloud Press founder Johan Hausen and artist Jen King about the process of translating, writing and illustrating their most recent publication, the 49 Barriers of Cultivating the Dao. We delve into process of capturing the essence not only of Liu Yi Ming’s original recording of the Barriers, but also of the illumina…
 
In this episode, we talk to Pedro Solana, subject of the recent publication by Purple Cloud Press, Path of the Spiritual Warrior by Lindsey Wei. We discuss Pedro’s martial arts history, the current state of Muay Thai practice in Thailand and how it differs from the methods he trained in the past. We also delve into how the apparently contradictory …
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Hawa Hassan to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Hawa is the founder and CEO of Basbaas Sauce, a selection of condiments that are inspired by Somalia, the country where she was born. Hawa left Somalia with her family in the midst of the country’s civil war: first to a refugee camp and then to…
 
In this episode we talk to Allen Tsaur about his recent translation for Purple Cloud Press, the Complete Compendium of Zhāng Jingyue. This translation covers the first three volumes of the great Míng dynasty master Zhang Jingyue’s monumental work and provides his core doctrines and teachings, including the eight principles pattern identification, t…
 
Kristina Gill is the co-author of Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City. A native of Nashville, Kristina relocated to Rome in 1999. Kristina joined us remotely from, of course, Rome, to talk about the role food has played in her life, how she approaches her work, and where she turns for inspiration. Plus, of course,…
 
In the final installment of our Food Media Awakening Series—and the beginning of our fall 2020 season—we're talking with teenage food professionals about what drew them to food and food writing and what they see for the food media and restaurant industries as their generation enters the workforce. Oakland-based Rahanna Bisseret Martinez shares her …
 
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