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.
Not Just Another Chicken Caesar Salad | Ali Slagle
This week, Kristen has a chat with Ali Slagle, recipe developer, New York Times contributor, food and prop stylist, former Food52 editor about her newest book, I Dream of Dinner (So You Don't Have To). Ali talks about what it was like living (and cooking) out of a camper van for the better part of a year. And she shares a few genius tips and surprising ingredients for this week's Genius Recipe, a unique take on chicken caesar salad.
A Pie Whisperer’s Top Thanksgiving Tips | Erin Jeanne McDowell
There're enough stressors around the holidays to let your dessert be one of them, so we sat down with Erin Jeanne McDowell to get some tips on ways to bring flawless pies to the table.
Anna Sulan Masing makes Sarawak White Chicken
This week we're sharing an episode of another Food52 podcast, Play Me a Recipe featuring Anna Sulan Masing, host of Whetstone Radio's Taste of Place podcast as she cooks her way through Mandy Yin's incredible Sarawak Chicken recipe
What it means to be First Generation | Frankie Gaw
Have you ever wondered how many kneads it takes for dough to feel like a baby's bottom? Or how to eat cinnamon toast crunch the *right* way? In this episode, Kristen sits down with Frankie Gaw to talk all about the food he grew up eating and the recipes found in his new book, First Generation
Who Needs Added Sugar? Not This Cookbook
Author Brian Levy bravely tackled writing a baking book with no added sweeteners whatsoever—no sugar, no honey, only fruit and other whole ingredients. Hear all about his hits, misses, and genius discoveries along the way.
Making Butter from Corn
With an abundance of fresh corn over the summer, there's no better time to revisit this genius technique to turn it into a sweet, flavorful butter
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A podcast I love to listen to when I am thinking of creating new recipes or looking for inspiration! Each week I learn a new mouth-watering recipe I need to make ASAP!
Five stars for content…
This podcast needs to send their sound engineer back to school. It’s really frustrating to listen to the fluctuations in sound.