Episode 203: Vegan Pizza, Vintage Cookbooks, Mom’s Organic Market

In food news this week–Joy and Marisa are on WHYY now. Look for our segments between noon and 3 pm on weekdays. Or you can watch them online at whyy.org/yum.

In our what’s for dinner segment we’re talking options for vegan pizza.

We’re also taking a look at our vintage cookbooks and talking about what we learn from them.

Philadelphia has a shiny new grocery store–Mom’s Organic Market. And guess what? We love it.

Another thing we’re loving this week? Aquafaba mayonnaise.

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Episode 202: Polenta, Punch, and Cooking Inspiration

We’ve covered it before and this probably won’t be the last time: More details on Amazon’s price drops at Whole Foods.

In our What’s for Dinner segment, we’re dishing on the many splendored thing that is polenta.

Joy’s latest zero-proof beverage crush is old fashioned homemade punch.

We’ve got some deep thoughts on cooking inspiration to share this week. (We’d love you to share your own in the comments here.)

What are we loving this week? The amazing chia seed.

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Episode 201: Sweet Potato Fritters, Oregon Coast Crabbing, Cholesterol Update

In today’s food news segment, we talk about the recent “Are You a Carboholic?” feature from the NY Times.

In our What’s for Dinner segment, Joy shares a new favorite recipe from Eating Well magazine for Sweet Potato Fritters with Smokey Beans.

Marisa recaps the food highlight of her summer vacation–crabbing on the Oregon coast.

Joy has an update on her quest to lower her cholesterol. If you want more details on what exactly she did, you can read all about it here in a piece she wrote for Prevention.com.

And finally, we declare our love for truffle salt.

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