80 episodes

The Clever Cookstr serves up the most timely, relevant tips from the world’s best kitchens. You’ll get a delightful mix of cooking tips from emerging and established chefs and cookbook authors, as well as exclusive insights from bakers, sommeliers, farmers, grocers, and more. Every week, Clever Cookstr provides useful information for aspiring and long-time food lovers— and for anyone who wants to get delicious homemade food on the table. If you’ve been looking for a fun, fast-paced, authoritative source of information on what’s hot in the world of food and cooking, this is it. Clever Cookstr is passionate about helping people learn to cook more, believing that time spent sharing good food is one of the most vital and enjoyable parts of life.

The Clever Cookstr's Quick and Dirty Tips from the World's Best Cooks Quick and Dirty Tips

    • Arts
    • 3.6, 54 Ratings

The Clever Cookstr serves up the most timely, relevant tips from the world’s best kitchens. You’ll get a delightful mix of cooking tips from emerging and established chefs and cookbook authors, as well as exclusive insights from bakers, sommeliers, farmers, grocers, and more. Every week, Clever Cookstr provides useful information for aspiring and long-time food lovers— and for anyone who wants to get delicious homemade food on the table. If you’ve been looking for a fun, fast-paced, authoritative source of information on what’s hot in the world of food and cooking, this is it. Clever Cookstr is passionate about helping people learn to cook more, believing that time spent sharing good food is one of the most vital and enjoyable parts of life.

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

PaulVoll ,

Volume control

The content is fun and I enjoy it mostly. I cancelled before and am considering cancelling again because the dialog volumes are all messed up. The host volume is consistently low and the guest volume is abrasively loud.

still tri-ing ,

Rename it "The Cookbook Review"

With a title like "Clever Cookstr" I was hoping for some quick tips about working in the kitchen. It's really just a cookbook review show that may or may not involve anything useful or any actual tips. I don't want to feel like I have to buy each of the hundreds of cookbooks to learn something new instead of just hearing about another chef's background and why they decided to write a cookbook. :( bleh.

Handsdown4dc ,

Best cooking podcast

I’ve tried a lot of different cooking/food related pods and this one is the best - great topics/concise/informative!

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