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Tea Malmegård interviews ten chefs she greatly admires from various parts of Scandinavia. By visiting the chefs in their natural habitat – the kitchen of their famous restaurants – Tea is able to break down the barrier that normally exists between guests and the secret world of chefs.

Tea says: "The idea for Behind the Menu came from a strong wish to ask some of the questions a foodie might have for the chef when dining out, that they don’t have time to answer when working. I met ten of Scandinavia’s best chefs, and their stories of how their love of cooking are as unique and tasty as their signature dishes are."

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As a foodie, I enjoy everything food related. Naturally, I was really excited about this podcast, where chefs are sharing their stories and talking about food. But, I was deeply disappointed. The narration by the author, who is also chef, is monotonous and not engaging at all. I couldn't finish a single episode without being painfully bored. What a waste of time and stories! I am sure all of them have very interesting experiences to share, but the narrator seems lacking passion for the subject and has failed to establish the connection with the participants needed to produce an engaging story..