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Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, for weekly episodes all about food, cooking, recipes, and maybe a little marital strife on air. After writing thirty-six cookbooks, we've got countless opinions and ideas on ingredients, recipes, the nature of the cookbook-writing business, and much more. If you've got a passion for food, we also hope to up your game once and a while and to make you laugh most of the time. Come along for the ride! There's plenty of room!

Cooking with Bruce and Mark Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough

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    • 4.8 • 72 Ratings

Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, for weekly episodes all about food, cooking, recipes, and maybe a little marital strife on air. After writing thirty-six cookbooks, we've got countless opinions and ideas on ingredients, recipes, the nature of the cookbook-writing business, and much more. If you've got a passion for food, we also hope to up your game once and a while and to make you laugh most of the time. Come along for the ride! There's plenty of room!

    Oysters In The News, The Wonder Of Pickle Brine, Grill Master Susie Bulloch, & More!

    Oysters In The News, The Wonder Of Pickle Brine, Grill Master Susie Bulloch, & More!

    On today's magazine-format podcast, COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK, we delve into a mollusk much into the news, plus offer our one-minute cooking tip and have a lovely chat with Susie Bulloch, a grill master par excellence.
    Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, as we fill you in on the latest and offer you great tips and tricks to make cooking as fun as we can.
    Here are the segments of this episode:
    [00:25] Oysters are in the news this week, both from the Pacific Northwest of the United States and from the Olympics. Here's what's going on.
    [08:41] Our one-minute cooking tip: Don't throw out that brine when you're done with a jar of pickles!
    [09:55] Bruce's interview with grill master Susie Bulloch! Check out much more about her on her website: https://heygrillhey.com (https://heygrillhey.com).
    [27:13] What's making us happy in food this week!

    • 29 min
    How To Grill Pizza, The Trick To Good Coffee Beans, All About Brooklyn Miso Maru, And More!

    How To Grill Pizza, The Trick To Good Coffee Beans, All About Brooklyn Miso Maru, And More!

    Our magazine-format show is off to great starts! Thanks, everyone, for tuning in. This week's show is a tad different but we hope you love what you hear and stick with us.
    Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, on the Facebook group "Cooking With Bruce And Mark." Or check out our YouTube channel by the same name. Or follow us on almost all social media platforms under our own names.
    Here's the breakdown of this week's show:
    [00:22] It's grilling season in North American and we have all sorts of tips about how to make the best pizza on the grate. We love grilled pizza. But wow, can it be temperamental! Find out the tricks we learned while writing PIZZA: GRILL IT, BAKE IT, LOVE IT>
    [10:49] Our one-minute cooking tip! This week, it's all about how to preserve the best flavor in your coffee beans.
    [12:05] Food Finds. In this new segment, we're offering great food finds that we've tracked down for you. This week, it's Brooklyn Miso Maru: gorgeous little balls, coated in dried flowers and herbs. Drop them in hot water and you've got miso soup. Plus, the packaging is so gorgeous, you'll want these to give as house gifts this summer and into the fall.
    [15:48] Finally, what’s making us happy in food this week! Neither of us knows what the other will say until we record the episode. Find out what's made our tummies happy this week!

    • 20 min
    What's The Deal With Tinned Fish, Don't Smash Your Burgers, An Interview With Author Ali Rosen, And More!

    What's The Deal With Tinned Fish, Don't Smash Your Burgers, An Interview With Author Ali Rosen, And More!

    This is the third episode in our updated, revised, expanded, and crazy cooking and food podcast, COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK!
    Join Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough as we talk about tinned fish, give one-minute cooking tips, an interview with cookbook author Ali Rosen, and a segment on what's making us happy in food this week. Thank you for join us! Here's the rundown of the segments of this episode:
    [00:17] What's the deal with tinned fish! There's more to it than those yucky sardines from the supermarket. Here's our take on one of the most overlooked foods in North America.
    [07:40] Our One-Minute Cooking Tip: Don’t smash burger patties on the grill.
    [09:09] Bruce's interview with Ali Rosen, author of MODERN FREEZER MEALS. Find out more about her at potluckwithali.com.
    [24:20] What’s making us happy in food this week

    • 26 min
    The Best Investments In Kitchen Remodeling, Throw Out Those Old Spices, An Interview with Devany Vickery-Davidson, and More!

    The Best Investments In Kitchen Remodeling, Throw Out Those Old Spices, An Interview with Devany Vickery-Davidson, and More!

    Second week at this! And we're loving it! We hope you are, too. We've changed the format of our podcast to a magazine-type show. We're so excited to have made this switch. We hope we've upped the game for you to give you more fun, more information, and more know-how in every episode.
    Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, for the newly revised version of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK!
    Here are the segments (truly!) of this new magazine format episode:
    [00:37] First up, what are the the best investments for kitchen remodels
    [11:12] Our one minute cooking tip: throw out old spices!
    [12:53] An Interview With YouTube chef and celebrity Devany Vickery-Davidson
    [19:58] What's making us happy in food this week

    • 23 min
    A New Cookbook, Perfect Scrambled Eggs, Sandra Gutierrez, and More!

    A New Cookbook, Perfect Scrambled Eggs, Sandra Gutierrez, and More!

    Hey there! We've changed the format of our podcast and gone to a magazine show. We're so excited to have made this switch. We hope we've upped the game for you to give you more fun, more information, and more know-how in every episode.
    Join us, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, for the newly revised version of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK!
    Here are the segments (truly!) of this new magazine format episode:
    [00:58] We’re negotiating to write a new cookbook!
    [11:06] Our one minute cooking tip: how to make the best scrambled eggs
    [12:35] An interview with cookbook author Sandra Gutierrez
    [26:46] Our finale: what’s making us happy in food this week

    • 29 min
    A Classic Episode From Our Podcast: The Top Eight Kitchen Tools And Gadgets

    A Classic Episode From Our Podcast: The Top Eight Kitchen Tools And Gadgets

    We've got one more classic episode up before we present our brand-new podcast format.
    This is one of our listener favorites: eight kitchen gadgets and tools that we can't live without. There have been thousands of downloads of this episode--and we wanted to re-up it to share it with more of you. We hope you enjoy this classic episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK!
    Here are the segments of this episode:
    [01:30] An instant-read meat thermometer
    [03:40] An electronic kitchen scale
    [05:51] A knife sharpener
    [06:42] A fine-mesh sieve
    [08:12] BIG mixing bowls
    [10:05] A potato masher
    [11:50] Kitchen shears
    [13:00] And finally, good kitchen tongs

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

NCDunham ,

Grilled pizza

On your latest episode, I loved the segment on various ways to make grilled pizza. Yum!

Jargonwise ,

Fun and informative

I recently discovered this podcast and immediately got hooked. I love how Mark and Bruce interact. I’ve learned so much about various cooking techniques, uses of food and equipment, and interesting information, so much so that I started listening to all their previous episodes.

hrv395 ,

The Sardine show

I love sardines, and listened to this avidly, but was multi-tasking and didn’t write anything down, thinking I could simply replay it later to catch anything I’d missed. Unfortunately, I learned the hard way that the episode “goes away” when finished and not saved ahead of time. Is there any way to listen to it again once it’s gone? About all I remember is the pasta recipe, which we’re having for dinner tonight, and I know there were several ideas I’d like to try.

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