Local Mouthful is a podcast for obsessed home cooks everywhere. Co-hosts Joy Manning and Marisa McClellan spend 30 minutes once a week talking about home cooking, food news, cookbooks, kitchen gear, restaurants, and recipes. The show also occasionally features conversations with cookbook authors, food entrepreneurs, and other culinary professionals.
Every episode includes tips, inspiration, and advice that you can immediately use in your kitchen.
Episode 347: White Bean Soup, Seitan, and Home Cooking Changes
In food news, should older people eat like millennials? According to AARP, yes but with reservations. Avocado toast Cauliflower Kale Kombucha Matcha Oat milk Overnight oats Poke bowls Quinoa In What’s for Dinner this week, It’s Greek White Bean Soup from Milk Street. In our How’d You Make That segment, Joy’s talking seitan. In the … Continue reading Episode 347: White Bean Soup, Seitan, and Home Cooking Changes
Episode 346: Scallion Pancakes, Haluski, and Current Cooking Crushes
In food news this week, have you read about the intriguing mystery of the great bucatini shortage? In our What’s for Dinner? segment this week, Joy tells you about her adventure in scallion pancakes. Here’s some inspiration: Simply Recipes Serious Eats Cook’s Illustrated In How’d You Make That? Marisa walks us through Haluski (aka Polish … Continue reading Episode 346: Scallion Pancakes, Haluski, and Current Cooking Crushes
Episode 345: Chickpea and Dumpling Soup, Eggless Egg Salad, and Veganuary
In food news this week, we talked about Kroger’s list of the top 10 trending grocery items of 2020. In our What’s For Dinner? segment, Joy is very much into this Chickpea and Dumpling Soup. Marisa’s making her own version of Toby’s tofu pate, loosely based on this recipe. Here’s what she uses: 15 oz. … Continue reading Episode 345: Chickpea and Dumpling Soup, Eggless Egg Salad, and Veganuary
Episode 344: Chickpea Crepes, Vegan Ramen, and Local Mouthful 2020
in our Food News segment this wee, we’ve got The worst people imaginable are dining out, study finds via Metro Times In our What’s for Dinner segment, it’s chickpea crepes. Specifically, we both heard the Dinner Sister’s Thanksgiving-themed podcast and then make the chickpea-based Tomato Omelette Kate and Betsy raved about. In our How’d You … Continue reading Episode 344: Chickpea Crepes, Vegan Ramen, and Local Mouthful 2020
Episode 343: Kale Pies, Frittata, and Holiday Cooking
In food news this week: In a Global First, Lab-Grown Chicken Nuggets Will Soon Be on the Menu in Singapore In our What’s for Dinner segment, we’ve got kale and caramelized onion pies. In our How’d You Make That segment, we’ve got frittata We’re trying to find our holiday cooking inspiration this year. And in … Continue reading Episode 343: Kale Pies, Frittata, and Holiday Cooking
Episode 342: Crispy Tofu, Broccoli & Garlic Sauce, and Joy’s Cholesterol
In food news this week, Less than half of Americans know that alcohol is a carcinogen. Big Booze wants to keep it that way. Via The Counter. In our What’s for Dinner? segment this week, Marisa is sharing her secrets for a sheet pan dinner staring crispy tofu and vegetables. In our How’d You Make … Continue reading Episode 342: Crispy Tofu, Broccoli & Garlic Sauce, and Joy’s Cholesterol
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Great actionable kitchen tips and seasonal flare
I just finished this week’s episode, and maybe it’s Thanksgiving gratitude or I’m just being extra sappy, but I’m so appreciative of the show in general and this week in particular. For me, it’s a perfect balance of actionable tips, personal chit chat (a not-so-poor substitute for the in-person socializing I’m not doing these days), updates about responsible Covid behaviors, seasonal flare, and produce love. I’m having a puttering-around-the-house cozy day, and my only regret is that I’ve already listened to all the old episodes, so I only have a half hour of LM time today. I almost never relisten to old podcasts of any kind, but I’m seriously considering hitting up the LM archive for November shows of years past. Thank you!
Keep politics out of cooking
Nobody wants to hear ur political opinion! Cooking should be a way to release from society
GREAT PODCASTS FOR HAPPY NERDY HOMECOOKS
Love this podcast so much. Look forward to it every week. Live in Los Angeles yet everything they yabber about COMPLETELY RELATES TO ME. Thank you for making this!!