Interview with Chef Mike Crippin from Studio Public House – St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast Episode 156

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Interview with Chef Mike Crippin from Studio Public House – St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast Episode 156

Interview with Chef Mike Crippin from Studio Public House

Welcome to the St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast Episode 156! On today’s episode, we interview Chef and Restaurateur Mike Crippin. Mike was the chef at The Moon Under Water for 20 years, and now he has his own place, Studio Public house. We discuss whether The Moon Under Water is coming back or not, learn Mike’s trick for making a Guinness taste like a Bud Light, and the good news that you can still get the old Moon curries at Studio Public House, plus much more. After the interview we talk about the beef ragu we made with a beautiful chuck roast from St. Pete Meat & Provisions.

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Mike Crippin
Mike Crippin

The St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast features interviews with chefs, restaurateurs, sommeliers, bartenders, and more, and covers the burgeoning food scene in St. Petersburg, Florida. Episodes air every Tuesday.

This episode of the St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast is brought to you by Trophy Fish, DatzSt. Pete Meat & ProvisionsRollin’ OatsThe Zest Podcast, Noble CrustBuya Ramen, and Engine No. 9. Please keep them in mind the next time you are hungry for some fantastic food.

Our announcer is Candice Aviles, host of Meet the Chef. Our theme music is provided by The Chris Walker Band.

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