Episode 138: Potatoes, Lost in the Supermarket, Passover

A recipe twice baked potato Joy made and enjoyed
A recipe twice baked potato Joy made and enjoyed

There are drugs in the salmon. UGH. We hate this news.

Potato forward meals. Surprisingly, the unfairly maligned spud makes a substantial centerpiece for a meatless meal.

We want you to keep listening to this podcast, but there are other food themed podcasts you might want to check out, too. We suggest adding Lost in the Supermarket to your audio diet.

Marisa explains the foods and recipes of Passover to Joy. She spills her brisket secrets.

And finally, all about stinging nettles.

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4 thoughts on “Episode 138: Potatoes, Lost in the Supermarket, Passover”

  1. Totally agree with you guys about potatoes being maligned for no good reason! I am such a fan of sweet potatoes, but white ones as well. My husband and daughter don’t like the white potatoes as much as I do, so I don’t tend to make them as often as I would like, but I like Joy’s salad and potato meal idea!

  2. This was a great episode. I am grateful for your podcast recommendations!

    1. Joy – We are big into potatoes of all varieties, too, and share your love of “salad and potatoes” for dinner. I have recently discovered a condiment pairing that is revelatory on a baked white potato — Chimmichurri . Spice Islands had a dried version that we mix up with olive oil and a splish of cider- or honey-vinegar. It’s ridiculous.

    2. Marisa – yes to everything about Passover. Sleep easy knowing you’re not the only terrible Jew. This year I couldn’t muster the enthusiasm to host the Seder so we had a Saturday afternoon “Seder Snacks” party with the essentials: haroses, matzo, moror, and macaroons! Our family does the jarred gefilte fish, too (and I like it. Once a year.), and my lapsed-Catholic husband won’t touch it.

    3. Marisa, the way you articulate that it feels good to receive praise for a job well done on the brisket really struck home with me. I happily host thanksgiving for 15-20 people every year, and I feel like I *crush* that meal. But I struggle with accepting praise. I like your attitude about it and will try to adopt that going forward.

    1. Lindsay, I am so glad to hear that I’m not the only one! And I totally love your idea of a Seder Snacks party. I’m totally going to steal that someday. And you should embrace the praise you get for putting on an awesome Thanksgiving. Just say thank you! 🙂

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