Serious Eats' podcast Special Sauce enables food lovers everywhere to eavesdrop on an intimate conversation about food and life between host and Serious Eats founder Ed Levine and his well-known/famous friends and acquaintances both in and out of the food culture.
Fuchsia Dunlop on Chinese Cuisine
This week on Special Sauce, we’ll hear about Fuchsia Dunlop’s journey from her first Chinese cooking classes to the researching and writing of her 7th book, Invitation to a Banquet: The Story of Chinese Food. We'll find out what she's learned about the country's history and culture in her many years of exploring Chinese cuisine, and why she says she'll never get bored of eating and writing about Chinese food.
Thanksgiving Leftovers with Kenji and Deb
On this episode of Special Sauce Kenji Lopez Alt and Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman come to our rescue with some helpful hints about what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers.
Thanksgiving: Kenji and Deb Reduce Your Stress
On this episode of Special Sauce Kenji and Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman give us some tips on how to cook up a Thanksgiving feast in a small space without stressing out.
Hetty McKinnon: The Vegetable Whisperer Part 2
This week on Special Sauce we hear more about the joy of vegetables and the importance of family with “Tenderheart” author Hetty McKinnon.
Hetty McKinnon: The Vegetable Whisperer
On this week's Special Sauce I talk to food writer Hetty Liu McKinnon.With her five vegetarian cookbooks, her popular Substack newsletter, and her ingenious vegetarian recipes for the New York Times, food writer Hetty has been called the vegetable whisperer, and rightfully so.
Hunger Pangs Part 2: A Father and Son Connect Through Food
Last week, we got an inside look at the father son relationship at the heart of the YouTube series, Hunger Pangs. This time we pick up our conversation with Kevin Pak, the Editorial director of Digital at America's Test Kitchen and his dad, Jeffrey, and learn about how they transformed their success online into a new book, A Very Chinese Cookbook: 100 Recipes from China & Not China (But Still Really Chinese).
A must for foodie
I’ve been following SeriousEats for a long time. The podcast is a great way to get insights on cooking, but also hear from chefs and cookbook authors.
President of the US Humane Society
The President is Kitty Block. Why did Carrie say she is? Carrie is the VP of Communications. Hmmm.
Posh is off putting
Bourdain isn’t a saint, just a flawed human being like the rest of us. Nigella Lawson’s interview was painful. I can’t stand the privileged arrogance. I’ve tried many recipes from her books and they have never failed to disappoint.
Your discussion of the movie “Fresh” was stomach churning and the reason I unsubscribed.