Episode 231: Homemade Burritos, Flatbread Pizza, Ireland

Flatbread aka “Cheaters” Pizza

In food news this week, Eater Philly compiled a list of iconic Philadelphia dishes. Joy and Marisa discuss.

In our What’s for Dinner segment, we return to the important topic of homemade burritos.

Also for dinner recently: Flatbread pizza. It sounds better than saying “cheaters pizza,” which is what you could call it when you substitute packaged naan for a homemade dough but it still tastes good.

Marisa has just returned from a vacation to Ireland, and she shares some of her many glorious food highlights from the trip.

What are we loving this week? Mary Berry’s Classics.

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2 thoughts on “Episode 231: Homemade Burritos, Flatbread Pizza, Ireland”

  1. Please do list your choice of Philadelphia’s best, most iconic dishes! My son goes to Penn and I’m often in the city (live in Montreal). By the way, I’m the editor of the Canadian Journal of Irish Studies and our upcoming issue is on Irish food. Ballymaloe (pronounced Balmaloo as in too by the way) is, thanks to the Allen family and especially Darina, at the heart of the Irish farmers market movement, Irish Slow Food, etc. (My husband’s family comes from Youghal, a few kilometers from the restaurant.) I’d be happy to send you a copy of the journal, which will be launched at the Dublin Gastronomy Symposium at the end of the month. Thanks for all the news and hints re Philadelphia’s food scene!

  2. Loved the podcast. Can you post the mushroom – Korean Burrito? I liked the idea of sweet potato instead of tomato and I will play around with that. Couldn’t find the article in Men’s Health that Joy contributed to. You guys make my Wednesday morning commute! 🙂

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