The Humanitou Podcast launched in March 2020. It’s the next step in the evolution of Humanitou, a website that has shined light on humanness and creativity since June 2017.
During more than 75 interviews in that nearly three-year initial run — all published as readable Q&As on the website — Humanitou founder and creator, Adam Williams, and guests explored the full range of the human experience.
That continues now in the form of the Humanitou Podcast. The conversations get into all the joyful, messy, authentic bits of being human.
In this episode, Adam talks with Chef Brother Luck.
Brother is the owner of two restaurants in Colorado Springs: Four by Brother Luck and Lucky Dumpling. And he’s got a new project underway, even in the heat of the economic and health crises we’re all living right now, The Lucky Lounge.
Brother has also been a crowd favorite in the celebrity chef universe of the Food Network, where he was a finalist on Chopped, and where he beat Chef Bobby Flay on the Network’s show, Beat Bobby Flay. You also might recognize Brother and his work from Bravo’s Top Chef, seasons 15 and 16.
We talk some about that Top Chef experience in this conversation, and his being named a James Beard Awards semifinalist for Best Chef this year.
But if you know this podcast at all, then you know those highlights are not where we’re gonna live in this conversation. There’s a lot of deeply human stuff in Brother’s story, and he lets himself be vulnerable and honest and real in sharing it.
And we talk about more. Always more.
Here’s Adam’s conversation with the talented and the real Chef Brother Luck.