Episode 324: Cauliflower Alfredo, Sheet Pan Nachos, and Cool Beans

Whole Wheat Penne with Cauliflower Alfredo

In food news this week: KFC to test 3D Printed Nuggets. Does it Taste Like Chicken?

In our What’s for Dinner? segment, Joy made pasta with cauliflower alfredo.

In How’d You Make That? Marisa walks us through sheet pan nachos.

In our wildcard segment, we discuss the cookbook of the pandemic: Cool Beans by Joe Yonan.

And in What We’re Loving, this week it’s Violife Just Like Parmesan

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6 thoughts on “Episode 324: Cauliflower Alfredo, Sheet Pan Nachos, and Cool Beans”

  1. I always read the show notes! Your hard work does not go unappreciated Joy. 🙂 That cauliflower alfredo sounds incredible. I’ll definitely be making that asap!

  2. I read the show notes, too! Love listening to you two while I’m preparing dinner. Sheet pan nachos – love that idea. I’ll be making that soon! Have a great day.

  3. I’ve been thinking about the 3D-printed chicken nuggets you were talking about. I read the article and my first thought was Star Trek’s replicators! My second thought was the problem of food insecurity in many places in the United States and the rest of the world. This could be a way to solve that, plus reduce the pollution associated with raising chickens. I think it could be a major advance in food technology – which, of course, is a huge topic going back thousands of years. If you’re interested in food history and culture, you might like to take a look at her blog – https://www.rachellaudan.com/

    Thanks again for the podcast.

  4. I meant to add a sentence describing Rachel Laudan – she’s a food historian who has lived on five continents and wrote a book called “Cuisine and Empire: Cooking in World History.” It’s a fascinating book.

  5. I read the show notes too….I listen to the podcast in the car or when I’m walking, and can really stop to write down an interesting recipe or reference so for me, the show notes are really helpful…maybe just Dan doesn’t read them:)

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