Food intersects with our lives in more ways than we think. Food52's Burnt Toast podcast chases those stories to give listeners the perfect pieces of snackable dinner-party fodder—all inside of a commute's time.
[BONUS] Hotline Offline: Stock Talk with Hetty McKinnon and Ivan Orkin
Nothings better on a cold day than a great bowl of soup so we're sharing an episode of Hotline Offline where host Esther Choi talks to two experts on the subject, Ivan Orkin and Hetty McKinnon.
[BONUS] Hotline Offline: No Schlepp Meal Prep with Grossy Pelosi
'Meal prep' isn't just a fancy word for leftovers, and it doesn't have to mean eating the same dinner every night of the week! Esther is joined by the incredible Dan Pelosi (GrossyPelosi) to talk about some incredible tips in making meals ahead of time... way ahead of time.
[BONUS] Hotline Offline: Untraditional Traditions with Jennifer and Esther Choi
As we begin this year we wanted to share a special episode of the Hotline Offline podcast where Esther is joined by her sister Jennifer to reminisce about their favorite food traditions and listen to some unique traditions from our callers.
[BONUS] Hotline Offline: Avoiding Holiday Disasters with Ella Quittner
Celebrate the holidays with us with this bonus episode from our podcast, Hotline Offline where host Esther Choi and food writer Ella Quittner discuss how to survive the marathon that is holiday dinner prep, and how to let go of our patheti—erm—perfectionist tendencies.
[BONUS] Lettuce Celebrate the Holidays with Amy Chaplin
The holidays are here and to help relieve some stress, we're doing a full-court-(tofu)-press on plant-based dishes exciting enough for the holidays, with author and recipe developer Amy Chaplin.
[BONUS] Holiday Baking SNAFUs with ATK's Elle Simone Scott
Hey Burnt Toast fans! We're so excited to share the first episode of our newest podcast with you, Hotline Offline (think: Car Talk, but food).
Great food content
...but could use some audio help.
All the guests calling in live via soup can.
Annoying, juvenile and uninformative
bored of historical content that begins at the industrial revolution and focuses on America and England. Why do we continue to focus and report on dominant culture? kitchen appliances could have been such a cool podcast topic! disappointing. yawn.