Max Miller on “Tasting History”

Max likes Semlor, a “Little Night Music” and the north side of Hawaii and he wants you to read his book “Tasting History”. Let’s take a Beyond the Mic Short Cut with Max Miller.

Welcome Max:

We’re joined on the Starline by a former Prince Charming on Disney Cruise Lines. He’s taken his culinary and historical researching to a new level with his YouTube channel. More than 1 point 7 million subscribers enjoy “Tasting History” with our guest Max Miller.

Max, let’s go Beyond the Mic. Furloughed after years marketing and film distribution departments at Disney because of the pandemic you started a self-taped video series, “Tasting History”, which you now have turned into a cookbook. Why was tackling historical foods important to you?

How has the culinary world improved from Sparta to today, and is there a recipe from the past might be a taste sensation today?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. Best place to visit in Hawaii?

2. Favorite ride at Disneyland?

3. Which is the best Pokemon in your opinion?

4. Is your Moroccan fountain working?

5. Which historical food is your favorite?

6. Favorite Broadway Musical?

7. Recipe that was horrible initially, but was easy to fix?

8. Favorite dish you’ve ever had from Simon Majumdar?

The Back Half:

What should people expect and why should people they buy Tasting History?

As you get more and more ideas from your fans, which are the ones that you looked at and said, nope not eating that?

Which recipe is your favorite from the book?

Which recipe was the one that you left out of the book?

How has Jose’s support changed the way Tasting History has evolved?

Who was the cooking mentor that changes the way you look at your craft?

What was the 1st recipe that you baked for your former coworkers at Disney?

How has this experience changed you?

One Big Question:

You took a giant leap. Depending on Patreons while you were furloughed and without a salary. What do you see in your future?

Where can people find you online?

The Wrap:

Max likes Semlor, a “Little Night Music” and the north side of Hawaii and he wants you to read his book “Tasting History”. Max thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

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