Adam J Holland of The Unorthodox Epicure

Adam J Holland Confessions of an Aspiring Food Snob

Food Blog Radio Episode #28

Meet Adam J. Holland of The Unorthodox Epicure – Confessions of an Aspiring Food Snob!  Adam puts stadium hot dogs and chips & salsa on the same culinary pedestal as dry-aged beef and white truffles.  A former radio newsman and newspaper reporter/editor Adam owns over 300 cookbooks and is currently living in an RV, cooking on a cheap, orange $7.00 grill!

Join us as we chat with Adam about:

  • His life in Texas
  • Living on the Jersey Shore!
  • Being a real life ‘Walter Mitty’
  • Growing Dwarf Citrus Trees
  • His writing style
  • Why every national hamburger chain needs to carry mustard as a condiment!
  • His favorite food memory
  • The history behind the “R.V. Chronicles”
  • The one cookbook everyone should own!
  • The moods and phases of his cooking style
  • His culinary influences
  • Words of Wisdom and why *everyone* needs an editor
  • The one thing no one knows about Adam

Want to know more about Adam?  You can find him here:

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  1. Totally looking forward to this interview, Sara! Ooops… I think you’re live right now. Signing off to listen intently! 🙂

  2. Who doesn’t LOVE Adam!

  3. SO SORRY! I dropped the ball mid-broadcast… trying to replay and listen “live” at the same time…. hoping to catch up asap. (That’s what I get for trying to multitask, LOL!) PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT’s GOING ON RIGHT NOW! (Repeat after me…) There are life lessons to be learned here… especially from the confines of the Jimmy Rockford! 🙂

  4. Conversational gift and eloquent story telling aside (listen to the podcast for more!), Adam Holland rocks this interview by being 100% himself. Very genuine input from foodie world, thanks all! Especially you, Adam.

  5. Thanks to all of you for your very kind words. As a career ‘interviewer’ on the air and for print, I can tell you that they are very good at what they’re doing on Food Blog Radio. Exceptionally good. This was a wonderful experience.

  6. I loved this interview with Adam, thank you!

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