Hosts

Simon Majumdar is a world renowned broadcaster and author who has dedicated the second half of his time on this planet to fulfill his ambition to “Go Everywhere. Eat Everything.” It is a journey that has taken him to all fifty states and to dozens of countries around the world. He has written three books: EAT MY GLOBE (2009), EATING FOR BRITAIN (2011), and his latest book, FED, WHITE, AND BLUE, which catalogs his journey to American citizenship, was published by Avery Press (an imprint of Penguin Books) in 2015. 

 

Simon is also a well-recognized TV personality, regularly appearing on Food Network shows such as Cutthroat Kitchen, Beat Bobby Flay, Iron Chef America, The Next Iron Chef, The Best Thing I Ever Ate, and Extreme Chef. He has also recently appeared as an expert commentator on National Geographic's major series “EAT: The Story of Food.” 

 

He lives in Los Angeles.

Terry Simpson, MD, FACS

Dr. Terry Simpson received his bachelors, masters, and medical degree from The University of Chicago.  Besides surgery, his great passions are cooking, research, and writing. He has authored a number of scientific papers, several books, and a few blogs. Dr. Simpson started his career doing molecular research and virology - with DNA engineering.  His current area of study involves the hypothesis that teaching patients to cook becomes the ultimate lifestyle change for people – and how food changes our bodies from the inside out.

 

Dr. Simpson, when not doing research – can be found in the operating room where he sees a small, but select group of patients in Phoenix, Arizona.

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In discovering the history of human consumption, Fork U shatters myths of food, biology and history, all while embarking on adventures through the world’s edible culture. 

 

We hope to whet the taste buds of viewers as we travel, argue and cook our way through World History. With a high pedigree in nonsense & geekery, Fork U uncovers how food plays an important part in science, culture and our daily lives. 

 

Because... we care what you put in your mouth.

Fork U

 

In discovering the history of human consumption, Fork U shatters myths of food, biology and history, all while embarking on adventures through the world’s edible culture. 

 

We hope to whet the taste buds of viewers as we travel, argue and cook our way through World History. With a high pedigree in nonsense & geekery, Fork U uncovers how food plays an important part in science, culture and our daily lives. 

 

Because... we care what you put in your mouth.

Fork U