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Soy Sauce Can Be Better. Plus: JJ Johnson on Raising Twins and Accessible Cuisine.

Plus, Dave, Chris, and JJ talk about the parallels between parenting and managing a kitchen, and the importance of representing cultures through food

The Horticultural Society of New York’s Annual Fall Luncheon Putting Good Food on the Table Photo by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images


Dave shares his thoughts on how much room for improvement the soy sauce market has in the United States (0:00) before he and Chris Ying call Field Trip chef JJ Johnson (8:30) to discuss the difficulties of raising twins, the parallels between parenting and managing a kitchen, and the importance of representing cultures through food in an accessible way.

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