Rouxde (pronounced Rude) Cooking School is a food history and cooking comedy podcast. John and Jeni talk about food history or interview a guest in the food industry. It's funny, relaxing and informative.
Thanksgiving part 2!!!
John and Jeni run down what they're doing for Thanksgiving and also talking about how the cook certain dishes or how they would tweek them to shake things up. Thanks for listening!!!
John and Jeni answer all of the questions with answers that can only be though of as magnificent. From turkey troubles to pie panics we are here to soothe all of your last minute Gobble day worries. Thanks for listening!!
John and Jeni face their fears and phobias about Sweet Potatoes. We go far beyond the syrupy glop that we know from Thanksgivings past and look to the future for culinary inspiration. We also go into it's history and it's journey across the globe. Thanks for listening!!!
Food in Horror Movies!!!
John and Jeni keep spooky season going by talking about food scenes in some of their favorite horror movies. Listen in to see if your favorite frightening foods are included. Thanks for listening!!!
Food News- It's Ham Season!!!!
John and Jeni talk about cooking meatloaf, pulled pork tacos and eating at amusement parks as well as how happy we are for Ham season (It's a thing for us!).
In food news we cover canned pumpkin, Tim Burton cookbooks and restaurants, Bobby Flay leaving the FN and home goods from drag queen Steak Diane. Thanks for listening!!
Chefisode #14- Vincent Price
John and Jeni get into spooky season with our favorite Ghoulish Gourmand, Vincent Price. From his cookbooks to his TV Show as well as cooking records (yes you read that right), we cover everything food related to the Master of the Macabre. We also give you an early Halloween treat with an radio play featuring Vincent from 1974. Enjoy!!
What a bunch of aholes
I Love it.
Good times were had by all
30+ 5-star reviews and one 1-star review. You do the math. Almost as if that one guy has some sort of very small axe to grind. Anyway, it's a fun show about food and food-adjacent stuff, and after a while, you almost forget that John is a Ginger. The goblin voice will haunt you forever, though.
It’s definitely a podcast.
John is in no way holding my old bay hot sauce hostage until I write him a 5 star review. Listen to this podcast and don’t put ketchup on hot dogs.