In our What’s for Dinner segment, we return to Ireland for the scoop on how to make the delicious Irish vegetable soup Marisa enjoyed on vacation. She shares the secret foolproof formula.
The week we have an interview with Sonja Overhiser. You may already be familiar with her and her husband’s popular blog, A Couple Cooks, or their terrific new vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking.
And finally, what are we loving this week? Fantes’ coffee granita.
In our “What’s for Dinner” segment this week, we’re talking alternative pastas, including those made from chickpea and lentil flours.
In “How’d You Make That?” Joy walks you through cooking up a tofu frittata.
Also related to our recent trip to New York to attend the IACP conference: We got to eat at one of our very favorite fast casual restaurants, Dig Inn. Our veggie-packed meals from Dig Inn helped Marisa cross the finish line for her next book and the both of us power up for the session we led at the conference. We wish this small chain would come to Philly next! On the plus side, we brought home inspiration for our own home cooking.
This week in “What We’re Loving” we sing a love song for split peas.
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We’re back! First up, an announcement. We’ve released our first ebook, a little cookbook to help you get your 2018 started off right. It’s called Resolution Recipes and you can pick up your very own copy right here. Thank you for helping to support what we do!
In what’s for dinner we talk about traditional New Year’s Day foods–dishes that set you up for good luck in the new year.
Joy and Marisa had something of an informal bean soup swap and they talk about how to get our of your own winter soup making rut.
As Top Chef fans, don’t you always wonder what you would do if faced with the chef-testant’s challenges? We do! We talk about a recent thought provoking contest on the show about culinary heritage.
And finally, in What We’re Loving, we talk about prefab gnocchi.