Chef Iliana Regan Burns It Down

 
 

One of the most unique chefs in America, Iliana Regan of Elizabeth Restaurant in Chicago, stops by Radio Cherry Bombe to talk about her searing new memoir, Burn The Place. She and guest host Jordana Rothman, Food & Wine magazine’s restaurant editor at large, talk identity, failure, and the power of memory. Iliana shares the reasons she closed her second restaurant, Kitsune, and explains how her newest venture, the Milkweed Inn B&B in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, is an exit strategy of sorts. 

Stay tuned to hear who Suzanah Raffield of Camp Craft Cocktail thinks is the bombe!

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Burn the Place: A Memoir
By Iliana Regan
 

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Artwork by Nancy Pappas

Artwork by Nancy Pappas

What does the Future of Food mean to you?


The Cherry Bombe team toured America last year to ask women in the food space this very question.

Check out this new Radio Cherry Bombe Miniseries to hear from members of the Bombesquad across the country about what they think the future has in store for them, the food world, and the planet.

We hope the Future of Food inspires you to think about your future.

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