A weekly show from Food52's new podcast network, featuring all the uncut gems from the weekly "Genius Recipes" column and video series. Host Kristen Miglore speaks to the geniuses behind iconic recipes, and uncovers the recipes that changed the way we cook.
One-Ingredient Magic Salmon With Marc Matsumoto
'No Recipes' founder Marc Matsumoto tells Kristen about a brilliant, one-ingredient trick for making anything—from salmon to vanilla ice cream—taste more delicious.
"We Are All Free" with Toni Tipton-Martin
Award-winning historian and author of 'The Jemima Code' and 'Jubilee' joins Kristen to talk about winning the Julia Child Award, and what's next.
The Genius Flavors of NYC
Season 2 of our food-meets-music podcast Counterjam is coming tomorrow! To celebrate, we're re-sharing this episode from season 1, perfaced with an interview between its host, Peter J. Kim, and Kristen.
Better Pancakes in the Name of Science
Josey Baker's 100% whole-grain, kid-approved pancakes.
"This Pasta Changed My Life"
Cascatelli's fans include Sarah Jessica Parker and Martha Stewart; on this episode, Kristen goes behind the scenes with inventor of the perfect pasta shape, 'The Sporkful' host Dan Pashman.
Key Lime Pie, No Key Limes Required
Two years ago, our co-founder Amanda Hesser tipped Kristen off about a GENIUS (all caps) pie. This week, Kristen asks Petra Paredez (aka Petee) all about her famous (key lime-less) key lime pie recipe.
Kristin is so calm and lovely
I really enjoy anything she is in. I love how easy and relaxed she seems as she approaches new things. This podcast is no different.
How far back???
Please don’t buy into the new “give eye creator credit for this recipe” movement. Everything has “roots”. How can one POSSIBLY trace every recipe back to original source??? Much like the “there us nothing wrong with being fat” movement, this is RIDUCULOUS. At a time when cooks should be encouraged, this nonsense us making potential newbies run...fast. UGH.
I had to strain to hear what you were saying because the “background” music was so loud.