Episode 291: Joy and Dan Talk Tips

Not Joy and Dan. This is a stock photo.

Marisa’s on maternity leave. This week, we’re back with guest host and Local Mouthful audio editor Dan Call. (He’s also Joy’s husband.) They’ve been cooking together for 17 years and have learned a lot along the way. Today they’re sharing our most useful tips to make you happier, more confident, and more efficient in your kitchen.

Products in this episode:

Sheet Pans of Various Sizes

Racks

Deli Containers

Ice Cube Tray with Silicone Lid

Joy’s Beloved Electric Knife Sharpener

The Kitchen Scale We’ve Using for Many Years

The Amazing Oxo Squeeze Bottles

The Rancho Gordo Bean Club

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Episode 290: Asian-inspired Recipes, Mussels, and Fall Food

Fall is here!

This week food writer and editor Jill Waldbieser will be standing in for Marisa as guest host.

In the food news this week: Would You Write a Cookbook for Next to Nothing? via the NY Times

In our What for Dinner segment, we’re talking Asian-inspired recipes. Especially this delicious Chicken Khao Soi from Bon Appetit.

In our How’d You Make That? segment, we’re talking mussels. Highly recommended: This terrific recipe from chef Renee Erickson.

It’s here! It’s here. Fall is finally here and we are talking about our very favorite fall foods.

And finally, in What We’re Loving, Jill is all about Daiya’s nondairy, coconut-based desserts.

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Episode 289: Black Beans, Pesto, and Podcasting

Betsy and Kate, hosts of The Dinner Sisters podcast

This week’s guest host is Kate Schulz, co-host of one of my most favorite podcasts, The Dinner Sisters.

In food news this week, an article from The Washington Post asks, Can Cooking Serve as a Balm for Depression?

In our What’s for Dinner segment, we’ve got Cuban-style black beans. Recipe here.

In How’d You Make That, we’ve got a dandelion green and pistachio pesto that works with any green, really. (See also: Walnut and parsley pesto.)

Joy and Kate gab about how hosting a podcast affect their home cooking.

And in What We’re Loving, it’s DIY kombucha. (For a good primary on how to brew your own kombucha, check out our friend Phickle.)

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