A weekly show from Food52's new podcast network, featuring all the uncut gems from the weekly "Genius Recipes" column and video series. Host Kristen Miglore speaks to the geniuses behind iconic recipes, and uncovers the recipes that changed the way we cook.
Fewer Ingredients, Big-Time Flavors | Emma Laperruque
'Big Little Recipes'—the book!—is coming so soon. This week, Food52 food editor and BLR columnist Emma Laperruque on the freedom of recipes with short ingredient lists, turning the column into a book, and standout recipes to look out for.
[BONUS] Play Me a Recipe: Emma Laperruque makes Tuna Avocado Toast
To kick off the week we're bringing you a special bonus episode of Play Me a Recipe featuring Emma Laperruque's Tuna Avocado Toast that is jam-packed with flavor despite only asking for a handful of ingredients and a few minutes of your time; perfect for those days packed with zoom meetings.
[BONUS] My Family Recipe: Motherhood & Chocolate Cake
In partnership with Heritage Radio Network, we're bringing *your* most-loved family recipes—and all the stories, histories, and memories that surround them—to the airwaves.
My Family's Forever Banana Bread
After writing about many other recipes over the years, this is the one I just can’t quit. For the final installment of our Genius Homecoming miniseries, Kristen shares *the* banana bread recipe she returns to again and again.
[BONUS] Play Me a Recipe: Jenny Rosenstrach makes Tagliatelle con Tomate
We want to celebrate some of the recipes that we shared on our other podcasts, and as summer turns to fall we know just the one to feature this week. A super simple weeknight-friendly tagliatelle con tomate that celebrates summer flavors and ingredients while providing that perfect fall comfort.
Why I Couldn't Quit the Farm | Matthew Raiford
After swearing to his Nana at 18 he'd never return, spending a decade in the military then graduating from culinary school, Gullah Geechee chefarmer Matthew Raiford found himself right back on his family's farm. For this week's Genius Session, Matthew shares with Kristen why that decision was a no-brainer.
I love the stories and the speakers but the volume is inconsistent so it’s too quiet at some parts and gets really loud at others. There are also really long commercial breaks in the middle. These breaks are way too long and repetitive.
This is entertaining sometimes but wish it had something like recipes.
Great recipes and chef/cooking stories!!
I always love getting to hear the origin story behind a good recipe. I’ve been learning so much from this podcast and appreciate the simple genius tips from Kristen each week. Great guests and recipe inspiration when I’m out of ideas for dinner! + Her voice is so soothing! 😂