Listen Up: The Culinary Work Wives Behind the Japanese Comfort-Food Gem Bessou
When Maiko Kyogoku decided to open Bessou, a ridiculously satisfying Japanese comfort-food restaurant in Manhattan’s Noho neighborhood, her former Boulud Sud co-worker Emily Yuen asked if she might need an executive chef. The rest is (delicious) work-wife history, and we’re getting into all of it—from their mutual excitement over ingredients to their extreme-fitness bonding sessions—on this week’s ep.
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Besides visiting Bessou in Manhattan, keep an eye out for their outpost at the Time Out Market in Dumbo, Brooklyn, opening this spring.
Follow Bessou on Instagram—because you can never have too many food pics in your feed.
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