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.
Revisiting Dan Pelosi's Mom's Portugese Rice
Craving something that tastes like love in a pan? Dan Pelosi (@grossypelosi) made his mother's recipe for one-pot Portuguese rice with coins of crispy linguiça sausage.
Revisiting Molly Baz's Cae Sal
We're day-dreaming about summer so we're revisiting our episode featuring Caesar Salad Evangelist and 'Cook This Book' author Molly Baz as she whisks you through homemade mayonnaise, the art of pre-dressing a salad, and properly crispy-crunchy croutons.
Revisiting Black Bean & Corn Burgers with Brinda Ayer
Black bean burgers get a bad wrap, but Director of Content, Brinda Ayer - self proclaimed hater of black beans - makes "The Full Helping" blogger, Gena Hamshaw's smoky black bean burger and becomes a black bean convert!
Revisiting Anthony Falco's Onion & Olive Bread
Craving more delicious homemade bread to start the new year? We sure are! So we're revisiting our episode with international pizza consultant Anthony Falco who shares his grandma's recipe for a sourdough pan pizza topped with onions and olives, from 'Pizza Czar.'
Reina Gascon-Lopez makes a Coquito Cookie
Coquito is the quintessential Puerto Rican drink during the long holiday season and in this recipe, Reina Gascon-Lopez re-creates the same familiar flavors of coquito but in cookie form, amping up the humble sugar cookie with warming spices, coconut, and rum.
Jillian Atkinson makes a Jamaican Black Cake Cookie
Flush with wine-drenched raisins, prunes, and currants, this Black Cake Cookie is a rich, chewy cookie perfectly in sync with the Christmas season.
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.
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I love the stories and sounds of cooking in the first episode. I’m all in!