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696: Discovering Thanksgiving with Four American Chefs
November 15, 2019
This year’s Thanksgiving show celebrates with some of America’s great foreign-born chefs: Ann Kim, Hugo Ortega, Miroslav Uskokovic and Maneet Chauhan.
Weeknight Kitchen with Melissa Clark: Instant Pot Mommy Food
November 13, 2019
In our new podcast, Melissa Clark makes a simple and slightly sinful Lemon Vanilla Rice Pudding for her mom – in the Instant Pot.
654: The Oyster King and the Seagull Test
November 8, 2019
Let’s dive into oysters: we’ll talk about how they’re grown, the history of a surprising oyster king, shucking with a pro, and grief in a half shell.
695: Sean Brock is Still Learning About Southern Food
November 1, 2019
We talk with Sean Brock, chef and Southern food champion, about microregional cuisines, curiosity in the kitchen, and how he survived workaholism.
670: René Redzepi – Fermentation, Inspiration and the Balance of Life
October 25, 2019
Chef René Redzepi on how fermentation is the future of great cooking, Noma's global influence, and his work/life balance.
694: Japanese Home Cooking
October 18, 2019
We look at the everyday foods that Japanese people eat at home, the way they cook and feed their kids, and what comfort food looks like in Japan.
669: An Award-Winning Duo: Susan Feniger & Mary Sue Milliken
October 11, 2019
2018 Julia Child Award winners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken talk about their partnership and the changing face of the American food world.
Diana Henry on Oven Cooking
October 8, 2019
Cookbook author Diana Henry shares inspiration, techniques and recipes for quick weeknight meals cooked in the oven.
693: Favorite Fall Cookbooks
October 4, 2019
We talk with the authors of our favorite fall cookbooks: Danny Mena, Evan Funke, Joanne Chang, Chris Shepherd, T.J. Smith and Kami Ahrens.
668: Edna Lewis, an American Original
September 27, 2019
We honor chef, writer, and activist Edna Lewis, who was born in a village of freed slaves and helped change the course of American cuisine.