The podcast from Seattle's community cookbook store. Featuring live author talks, conversations and events that take place in our store's kitchen.
Deborah Madison, An Onion in My Pocket
This episode we virtually host prolific cookbook author Deborah Madison to discuss her new memoir, An Onion in My Pocket. She talks with Nancy Leson about her incredible life as a chef and "recovering Buddhist", her stance on vegetarianism and how her parents helped shape her food worldview. Enjoy this talk and purchase your copy of An Onion in My Pocket here.
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Special Guests: Deborah Madison and Nancy Leson.
Community Episode: Food during Quarantine
In this episode, we've gathered some stories from our community telling us how they've used food to help cope with these last few months under lockdown. Thank you to everyone who sent us a voice memo and shared their experience with us.
Lukas Volger, Start Simple
This episode we welcome Lukas Volger into our kitchen to chat with Sara Dickerman about his new cookbook, Start Simple. Lukas chats about his love for food, what inspired this book and plays a round of Ingredient Bingo. Enjoy this talk and purchase your copy of Start Simple here.
Special Guests: Lukas Volger and Sara Dickerman.
Laurie Pfalzer, Simple Fruit
This episode we welcome Laurie Pfalzer into our kitchen for her cookbook, Simple Fruit. Laurie tells us about her love of fruit, how she created this book and all about her deep appreciation for recipe testers. Enjoy this talk and purchase your copy of Simple Fruit here.
Special Guest: Laurie Pfalzer.
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Bryant Terry, Vegetable Kingdom
This episode we welcome Bryant Terry into our kitchen to chat with Tarik Abdullah about his new cookbook, Vegetable Kingdom. Bryant shares about his background in activism, his food philosophy and hopes for the future. Enjoy this talk and purchase your copy of Vegetable Kingdom here.
Special Guests: Bryant Terry and Tarik Abdullah.
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Sarah Copeland, Every Day is Saturday
This episode we welcome Sarah Copeland into our kitchen to chat with Aran Goyoaga about her new cookbook, Every Day is Saturday. Sarah tells us how she got started in food, what inspired her to write this book and how cooking for her family has changed over the years. Enjoy this talk and purchase your copy of Every Day is Saturday here.
Special Guests: Aran Goyoaga and Sarah Copeland.