Jun 14, 2021 • 1HR 3M

Noah Galvin's Cochon Butcher Cubano with Mexican Coke

 
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Noah Galvin is a star of stage and screen. You may have seen him on Broadway in Dear Evan Hansen or Waitress, or maybe you know him from his stints on ABC's The Real O'Neals (where I was a writer for two seasons) or, his newest gig, The Good Doctor. In today's session, Noah talks all about cooking Thanksgiving in a closet in Vancouver, growing up on tour as Gavroche in Les Miz, and how he balances his love of food and cooking with his life as an actor. We also talk about time that he spent cooking with his father, how he navigates time in the kitchen with his boyfriend, actor Ben Platt, and why refrigerated chicken is a no-no in a grilled chicken salad.


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