Can you lend me an ear?

Joined Aug 7, 2013
So, I am at the very beginning of launching my business. As some of you may know, I've been working on opening a food truck for the past few years. When I decided that I wanted to do so, I realized that it would be asinine to open a business without experience in the field. When I made the decision, I sold off all of my audio equipment (I was a working musician, vocal artist, voiceover artist, scored a few independent films, produced a couple of radio commercials, recording and mixing engineer) to open a corporation, enrolled in college (culinary school), and got a job as a cook in a Mediterranean restaurant. I have worked in 5 different international kitchens since then, and graduated cum laude with an associates in culinary arts and a certificate in culinary studies. I will not fail.
The audiophile in me decided that I should make a podcast as well. I began to study podcasting and the production of said subject. It's a ton of work to do on one's own, so I came up with the idea of recording a handful of episodes that would be released bi-weekly to relieve some of the pressure of deadlines. I have recorded only one episode and am currently producing the second.

Word got out amongst my friends and several asked that I release the first. I did so. I consider you guys friends as well, so I am going to share this with you. I hope that you will take some time out of your day to give this a listen. I am very aware of the issues in the production of the first episode and will remedy them for a hopeful flawlessness of the rest.

Cheftalk, I humbly present to you The Poor Gourmand podcast. Please, please, please let me know the good and the bad observations. All input, as always, would be greatly appreciated.
Joined Sep 21, 2001
I was highly entertained!
The part I liked the best was when it felt like I was eavesdropping in on your conversation.
Made me want to be there.
Thanks for letting me listen.
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