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Wolf It Down with Tyler Florence

Oct 30, 2017

When the Northern California wildfires broke out on October 8, it was the first responders who became the immediate heroes. Firefighters battled the blazes in 36 hour shifts, while some of their own houses burned around them.

In this episode, Tyler, his wife Tolan and their children Dorothy and Hayden cook white bean...


Oct 17, 2017

NBC correspondent Katy Tur had a front row seat to the circus that was the 2016 campaign. Her new book, Unbelievable, recounts every crazy detail, from the rally cries of fake news to the packets of peanut butter she ate as her main sustenance. In this episode, Tyler (admittedly a political junkie) chats with Tur about...


Oct 7, 2017

They say it takes a village, and never is that more true than when shooting an entire cookbook in three days flat.  With his hands in so many pots this week, Tyler turns the mic over to producer Amanda Gold to introduce the team -- and get their stories, backgrounds and impressions of the boss -- as they go behind the...


Sep 29, 2017

School has been back in session for a few weeks now, and that means we’re thinking a lot about school lunch. This week, Tyler checks out what’s happening with the midday meal both inside California and elsewhere in the country, from the most well-funded private programs to  government-subsidized public ones. This...


Sep 15, 2017

Tyler heads down to the LA food and wine festival, where he catches up with several of Southern California's best chefs. As a party goes on in the tasting tent behind him, Tyler pulls aside everyone from Antonia Lafosa and Jon Shook to Evan Funke, Brian Malarkey and Nguyen Tran to hear about LA's dynamic food scene. And...