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Take a Bao

Jun (from Jun & Tonic)

Take A Bao is a show exploring anything and everything around Asian food. From unpacking the origins of rice and rendang, to deep dives into the depths of Chinese tea and Vietnamese pho, this show aims to give voice to the intriguing food stories of Asia. On each episode, you'll learn about how the different cultures and communities across Asia shaped its food. You’ll hear from chefs, farmers, food writers, and eaters, learn how to cook and eat iconic Asian dishes, and really celebrate the food of Asia to give it the representation it deserves, letting it have its moment to—wait for it—take a bow!


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 68 ratings
  • History of Food

    I LOVE the way Jin takes listeners into a deep dive into the history of Asian food. Especially the tea episode where there’s the sound of tea seeping and sifting. It’s very calming and soothing. Also, I like to learn about the differences and so many types of Asian food!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Beautifully crafted, soulfully produced

    My sister and I LOVE this show. An absolutely beautifully crafted podcast (storytelling, research, audio, music) with such a deep and authentic amount of care for the subject. What a extraordinary way to look at Asian food through a multidimensional lens, celebrating people as much as their cuisine. Listen to it people!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Very thoughtful and wonderful podcast!

    This podcast takes a purposeful and emotional look at food! It is important to see food beyond just how it tastes, and the host does an incredible job of respecting and balancing culture. I love listening!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Addicting like Salted Egg Chips

    I listen to a lot of food podcasts and this is by far one of my favorites! Jun provides great insight into different food topics and I appreciate how he brings a diverse group more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Delightful listen

    A perfect blend of Food, Culture and History prepared and told in a way that immerses you in the topic. With insightful interviews and well researched commentary the podcast delivers the very interesting/ more human side of food. Excited to discover new things in each new episode as it comes - thank you!

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