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The Manual Podcast

Feb 20, 2020

Jeremy Fury joins us today to talk about how his band's tours turned into a love of candles. Fury Bros. was started after Jeremy and his brother started making candles with unique scents, and equally unique designs. You'll learn how they are made, how they choose what works and even a little about what doesn't work. 


Feb 13, 2020

Albert Bitton is the co-Founder of a restaurant called Shoo Shoo Nolita. With his incredibly diverse background in food and culture, Albert discusses how the combination led to his views on design and architecture when it comes to his restaurants. It's an interesting look into a world that we haven't covered a lot on...


Feb 6, 2020

Sam Slaughter heads out on the town in Greenville, SC with his friend and New Anchor, Jamarcus Gaston. They cover all you'll need to know about this incredible place, from the weather, to the outdoors, to the myriad of restaurants and of course...the booze offerings. With great local breweries and distillers, it's a...


Jan 30, 2020

Brandon Doughan of Brooklyn Kura discusses all things sake. His journey started in science, but really began after visiting Japan for a wedding. From there he learned how sake was made, what the ingredients were, and that needed to be done to begin brewing the delicious beverage. He'll also cover a preferred way to...


Jan 23, 2020

Jay Weinstein is not only an expert in Ramen, he's also the Chef-Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education. He discusses his interesting and fortuitous journey to where is now, but also gives an incredible history lesson in Ramen. From it's regional roots in Japan after WWII, to the expanded...