Episode 302: Loaded Baked Potatoes, Mushroom Steaks, and Weight

These potatoes are hoping to get loaded.

In our food news segment this week, we were talking about Melissa Clark’s recent Meat Lover’s Guide to Eating Less Meat in the New York Times. (Great recipes at the link!)

In our What’s for Dinner segment, it’s all about the loaded baked potato.

In How’d You Make That? Joy talks about her recent maitake mushroom “steaks.” (Joy didn’t follow this recipe exactly but it gave her enough inspiration for quick-and-dirty lunchtime version.)

We are wondering if it’s even possible to write or talk about food and eating as it relates to body weight without somehow inadvertently contributing to weight stigma. Share your thoughts.

And in What We’re Loving: It’s remodeled Aldi stores!

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Episode 301: Greens, Squash , and DIY Seitan

I can’t believe it’s not chicken.

In Food News this week, Gritty has been sculpted into butter at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. (Get your Gritty fun fix here.)

In our What’s for Dinner segment, we’re talking leafy greens.

In How’d You That? Marisa explains her roasted kabocha soup.

Joy is on a quest to master the weird world of seitan. Check out that chickwheat recipe she mentions here.

And in What We’re Loving this week, it’s all about Oatley Ice Cream.

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Episode 300: New Year’s Special

Same stock photo as New Year 2019!

Well friends, welcome to a whole new decade!

In this special episode, we revisit our cooking resolutions from last year and share the fresh ones we’ve got for 2020.

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