On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. If you're cooking along, feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters.
Danny Trejo’s Pollo Frito Quesadilla
According to Danny Trejo, this recipe for fried chicken "is delicious on its own"—but when it's paired with a spicy, creamy slaw and stuffed into a quesadilla, it's taken to a whole new level. On the latest episode of Food52's podcast, Play Me a Recipe, the actor and restaurateur explains how to make a quesadilla that tastes exactly like those served at Trejo's Tacos.
The Perfect Lobster Rolls with Cousins Maine Lobster
Cousins Maine Lobster founders (and, yes, real-life cousins) Sabin Lomac and Jim Tselikis reveal their secrets for making perfectly buttery, balanced lobster rolls, and discuss the sustainability of Maine's lobster fisheries.
Couscous, Cherry Tomato & Herb Salad with Arati Menon
Home52 senior editor Arati Menon makes Ottolenghi's vibrant, very repeatable (and riffable!) herby, juicy couscous salad. Plus: tadka tips, shortcut couscous, and permission to eat right out of the mixing bowl.
Zoe Francois makes Candied Carrot Peel
When life gives 'Zoë Bakes Cakes' author Zoë François veggie scraps, she makes this stunning cake decoration: spiced, candied carrot peel.
A Perfectly Refreshing Sip
Julia Bainbridge shares a nonalcoholic, frothy coconut, matcha, and lime drink recipe from 'Good Drinks.'
Delicious No Churn Ice Cream with Joy the Baker
Nothing is better in summer than some delicious, creamy, fudgy ice cream. The only thing that can improve it is being able to make it yourself. In this episode, Joy the Baker cooks her way through the perfect summer treat which you can whip up in no time at all.
kind warm funny and informative
The fufu Nigeria episode is great! Host Peter J. Kim brings out the best in his guests. So funny to hear family members argue about recipes and complain about mother’s cooking. The episode’s music underscores the positive vibes and rapid exchange of tasty info.
Love the stories
Live the stories and tales of India!!!
Love this podcast!
I love the stories and sounds of cooking in the first episode. I’m all in!