155: Cauliflower Pizza, Our First Podcast Birthday, Emily Pastor

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In food news, we talked about reports on what the Olympians are eating in Rio.

In our What’s for Dinner segment, Marisa teaches everyone the secrets to cauliflower crust pizza.

We celebrated our podcast’s first birthday by discussing our favorite topics of the first year.

Marisa interviews Emily Paster, author of the new book Food Swap.

And this week we are buying local peppers and talking about how we love to use them.

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2 thoughts on “155: Cauliflower Pizza, Our First Podcast Birthday, Emily Pastor”

  1. I can’t believe that it has been one year already! I have been a longtime listener since the early days!
    I still really enjoy this podcast and one of my favorite things has been the cookbook club. It has inspired me to explore new cookbooks that I may not have heard of otherwise and explore my own cookbooks as well. I have also been inspired to do a better job of recording our meals daily. It’s just in a simple spreadsheet, but I find it’s a great way to keep track and also serve as a reminder of some really great things that worked especially well. I love the seasonal talk too.
    Thanks so much for a great year, ladies! All the best in the next!

  2. Happy anniversary to Local Mouthful (and happy birthday to my husband ;)), here’s to many more! I discovered your podcast through the latest issue of Edible Philly and have been binge-listening to past episodes ever since. It’s been my cooking companion for the past several weeks, I like that it makes the act of chopping veggies a little more exciting when all I want is crash on the couch (#momoftwo). My favorite part of your podcasts is hearing you “compare notes on something we read this week!” Guest interviews are great, too. And I really need to try these beet burgers! Thanks for the energy you put into this show.

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