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The Outdoor Cooking Show is a weekly radio program hosted by Marconi Award Winner and Texas Radio Hall of Fame Inductee Randy Hames. The show is broadcast in the Houston market every Sunday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM on KPRC AM 950.



The Outdoor Cooking Show focuses on the fine art of preparing the world’s most popular recipes under an open sky and an open flame. Each new episode features Randy discussing grilling, barbequing, smoking, and Dutch oven cooking.



The Show calls on the expertise of “foodies” ranging from chefs and backyard amateurs, to cookbook authors and food industry professionals. We highlight seasonal favorites like holiday cookouts and tailgate parties, culinary events such as barbeque cook-offs, and even the fine art of cooking by campfire. We also have fun exploring new and traditional outdoor cooking techniques, technologies, tips, and tricks!

The Outdoor Cooking Show Randy Hames (Formerly Irv Harrigan of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show")

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    • 3.8 • 5 Ratings

The Outdoor Cooking Show is a weekly radio program hosted by Marconi Award Winner and Texas Radio Hall of Fame Inductee Randy Hames. The show is broadcast in the Houston market every Sunday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM on KPRC AM 950.



The Outdoor Cooking Show focuses on the fine art of preparing the world’s most popular recipes under an open sky and an open flame. Each new episode features Randy discussing grilling, barbequing, smoking, and Dutch oven cooking.



The Show calls on the expertise of “foodies” ranging from chefs and backyard amateurs, to cookbook authors and food industry professionals. We highlight seasonal favorites like holiday cookouts and tailgate parties, culinary events such as barbeque cook-offs, and even the fine art of cooking by campfire. We also have fun exploring new and traditional outdoor cooking techniques, technologies, tips, and tricks!

    Ep285: So Long – Farewell!

    Ep285: So Long – Farewell!

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Fred Olson - Formerly Mac Hudson of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show"



    God rest ye merry gentlemen, let nothing you dismay. Remember Christ our Savior was born on Christmas Day. So, Merry Christmas to one and all who are up early and listening to this show. It’s a day of joy and celebration, and I want to acknowledge that before I share some very personal observations with you. I don’t want to detract from the good news of the day – the day when we commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the Savior of the world. All glory and honor go to him today, but I must add a sad note to today’s festivities. This will be the last edition of The Outdoor Cooking Show.

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    Ep284: Joy to the World

    Ep284: Joy to the World

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Dave Fremont - Spokesperson for Boyd's One Stop

    Greg Berlocher - Executive Producer of The Boyd's Seafood Outdoor Cooking show

    Fred Olson - Formerly Mac Hudson of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show"



    Joy to the world! The Lord is come. Let Earth receive her King. I know it’s still a week away, but I believe you can’t start celebrating the birth of Christ too soon, so joy to the world – the Lord is come. Do you know who wrote the Joy to the World? And no, it wasn’t Jeremiah the Bullfrog, or Three Dog Night you wise acre. It was Handel – as in Handel’s Messiah…yeah, Hallelujah! Same guy. He strikes me as being a little obsessed with Christmas, don’t ya’ think? Not that I have a problem with that, because truth be known – I’m a little obsessed with Christmas, too – especially during Christmas season. Actually, I’m a little obsessed with Jesus, and I know some of you don’t share that passion, but I make no apologies for it.

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    Ep283: How Do You Spell Hannukah?

    Ep283: How Do You Spell Hannukah?

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Susan Simon - Broadcast Executive at Salem Media Group

    Fred Olson - Formerly Mac Hudson of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show"



    I can tell the Holiday Season is in full swing because our neighbors have finally turned on their outside Christmas lights – you know, the lights they leave permanently attached to their house, year round? No, we don’t really have neighbors who do that – well, not anymore…not since we moved, anyway. I’m serious when I tell you this. The first neighborhood that we lived in when we moved to Houston 41 years ago had an all brick house about two blocks away from ours, and the owner painted the brick pink.

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    Ep282: Giving Back With Food

    Ep282: Giving Back With Food

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Barbra Bronstein - Founder of Second Servings

    Kip Johnston - First Methodist Church of Sugar Land



    Welcome into another edition of the show that asks the question, “If I have to open a box and add water, does that make it homemade?” What do I know? Heck, I’m such a lousy cook, I can’t even boil toast, you know? As a matter of fact, I’ve repeatedly admitted that I’m not an expert cook, but I’ve also stated that I think that makes me the perfect host for The Outdoor Cooking Show, because I’m not afraid to ask the stupid questions that all the rest of you are too embarrassed to admit you don’t the answers to. Now, that isn’t exactly the purpose of today’s show, but we’ll get to that later on. I wanted to spend most of our time together telling you a great story from this past week that I think you’ll enjoy.

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    Ep281: The Altar To Gluttony

    Ep281: The Altar To Gluttony

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Dave Fremont - Spokesperson for Boyd's One Stop

    Greg Berlocher - Spokesperson for The Bellville Meat Market

    Fred Olson - Formerly Mac Hudson of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show"



    I don’t know about you, but I think the turkey got revenge at our house. Not only did I feel like I was the one who got stuffed, instead of the bird, but I’ve been eating all manner of turkey leftover dishes ever since. I mean, with every single bite I feel like old Turkey Tom is kind of whispering in my ear, “Here I am again, buddy. Now, aren’t you sorry you sacrificed me on the altar to gluttony?” Hey, I know better than most that “‘tis is the season to be pudgy,” but I just way overdid it this year. We even cut back on the number of carbohydrate side dishes that we served for Thanksgiving Dinner, and I still felt like I was hyper nourished, if you know what I mean.

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    Ep280: Thankful

    Ep280: Thankful

    THIS WEEK'S GUESTS:

     

    Meli Gomez - Owner and Executive Chef at Meli V. Catering

    Fred Olson - Formerly Mac Hudson of "The Hudson & Harrigan Show"



    Happy Holidays to you! And you know, these really are the happiest of the happy holidays, because as of right now – the holidays haven’t really begun, have they? Boy, and once they do the chaos kicks in, doesn’t it? So, enjoy the happiest of the happy holidays, while you can, because it won’t be long before we start planning holiday get togethers with friends and family, decorating, coming up with ideas for gifts, making lists and checking them twice, and of course, cooking up copious amounts of food for all these functions. At least that last part is something we routinely do here on The Outdoor Cooking Show, and we’ll be trying to help out with that when the holidays do begin.

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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Banner22 ,

Great show

Lots of fun and very easy to follow tips and techniques, served up with some good old fashioned conversations. I admit to being a big fan of the old Hudson and Harrington shows, so I especially enjoy when Fred Olson drops in. Well worth the listening.

DocQ91 ,

Too many commercials

Great podcast if you love tons of commercials and very little content.

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