Music for your Meal

Are you ever looking for that perfect song that just accommodates and embellishes each and every bite of your favorite dish? Enter Turntable Kitchen. According to their website, Turntable Kitchen is site connecting food and music, born in a foggy Inner Sunset, San Francisco apartment and run by an inspired couple, Kasey and Matthew. They feature recipes with a focus on local, fresh ingredients, hand-selected ‘Musical Pairings,’ album reviews, and musings on city livin’ and country hoppin’ adventures. Most importantly, they aim to introduce food lovers to music and vice versa. They recently came out with the Turntable Kitchen’s Pairings box, which is a curated food and music discovery experience, delivered to your door, every month. Be sure to check out their website to explore some more! I came across one of their posts about Jeni’s Sweet Corn and Raspberry Ice Cream from Columbus (Ohio shout out!), coupled with the album Let it Die by Feist. I love this whole album and decided to share the song Mushaboom, but also really like the song One Evening. I can’t wait to dabble into some ice cream next time I listen to the album, and the recipe for Jeni’s ice cream can be found here. Thinking of some songs to match myself, I definitely would listen to Norah Jones Sunrise for breakfast, and maybe some Paolo Nutini New Shoes for lunch. Do you have any musical pairings you would like to share? Feel free to leave them in the comments below!

photo courtesy of Turntable Kitchen


About Zak Suhar

Explorer, photographer, and digital marketer. New York City by way of the Midwest.
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