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A new study from the University of Washington finds that cooking at home is healthier and cheaper than the away-from-home alternatives. (Surprise!)
Joy and Marisa swap ideas about “Freezer Bankruptcy.” Whether this is a good or a bad thing depends on your situation.
Easter is this Sunday. Joy tells you about a few favorite local treats for your Easter basket or table.
We have a conversation with food writer Molly Watson, author of the wonderful new cookbook, Bowls!.
Finally, at the market we are exploring fresh cheeses.
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2 thoughts on “Episode 188: Freezer Bankruptcy, Easter Treats, and Bowls!”
I’ve made Jennifer Perillo’s shortcut ricotta from food52 and it’s really easy and good. I use the whey in polenta and it’s delicious!
On “Bowls!” – sounds like such a fun book! I love making sauces but have shied away from anything beyond the basics. Maybe I should get Molly’s book and expand my repertoire!
I had the same salad dressing moment just last weekend – had a friend over for dinner and was making the balsamic dressing for a salad. She was shocked – “You can make salad dressing?!” So I taught her the basic formula, and she made some for herself the very next day!