Episode 272: Rachael Ray, Black Beans, Weight Watchers

All about black beans this week!

In food news this week, Rachael Ray is back with new episodes of 30 Minute Meals.

We’re talking black beans times two: Fiesta black beans from the new Pescan cookbook. Also, Cuban-style Black Beans from Food & Wine. (H/t to The Dinner Sisters.)

Joy brings Marisa up to date on her Weight Watchers experiment.

What are we loving this week? Gold Rings Tortillas.

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3 thoughts on “Episode 272: Rachael Ray, Black Beans, Weight Watchers”

  1. I cannot tell you how much I enjoy your podcast! I stumbled upon it looking for a homecooking podcast. We lived in Philly for 7 years when we were homebirthing babies, in med and grad school and being young struggling-trying to be health-conscious-home-cooking-local-buying idealists 🙂 Then we moved to the middle of the Pacific ocean 9 years ago and just got to travel back to Philly in the past year. I love your soothing voices, real-life sharing, Philadelphia food and neighborhood references–really everything! I feel like you are helping me stay connected to a city that I love and feeding my passions at the same time. thank you! Listening to this episode’s convo about weight watchers, I was prompted to find your website to share a podcast that has changed my relationship to food and to many other things in my life. The name is lame, but the thought work is so powerful and dovetails into this idea of relearning to listen to our bodies and stop f*d up thinking we have about our food and bodies and bring the joy back into all of it. https://katrinaubellmd.com/hello/
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  2. Hi ladies, I miss Local Mouthful and you! Hope all is well and that we can hear your lovely voices again soon.

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