Each week their goal is to learn and grow through conversations about the different tools, tips, and behaviours we can all adopt to enrich our lives. And in keeping with the name of the show, they also create a unique home-cooked recipe in every episode using their guests' top 3 favorite ingredients.
In addition, ahead of recording each podcast, they also ask each guest to give them their personal “Healthy Habit” - basically something their guest uses daily to enhance their physical and mental wellbeing. They then put the habit to the test in their own lives before feeding back to the guest during the recording about how they found it.
Sarah and Serena both come from a background in recipe development and yoga so Kitchen Club is the perfect place for them to bring together their love of food and wellness in one place. And based on the audience of regular listeners they’ve managed to build, they’re clearly good at what they do.
In this interview, James Deeney speaks with the pair about their podcasting journey to date, dealing with pre-interview nerves, visual branding, the gut-brain connection, and much more.
- 00:00 - Intro
- 01:28 - Highlights
- 03:09 - Launching the Kitchen Club Podcast
- 10:40 - Podcasting during the pandemic
- 15:15 - Sarah & Serena's most popular recipes
- 25:19 - Colour coding prep documents for co-hosting interviews
- 30:10 - How to be more efficient at editing
- 34:28 - Dealing with pre-interview anxiety
- 42:21 - Podcasting in seasons
- 44:56 - Advice for smaller shows on finding sponsors
- 49:25 - Tips for visually branding podcast promo material
- 57:08 - The gut-brain connection
- 1:00:01 - The benefits of meditation
Selected Links From the Episode
Connect with Sarah: Instagram
Connect with Serena: Instagram
The High Low, acast
The Why & How of Podcasting in Seasons, Podcast.co
Using Headliner to Create Audiograms, Podcast.co
The Art of the Podcast Interview, Podcast.co
The gut-brain connection, Harvard Health
The benefits of meditation, Healthline