Jenn Louis stops by to talk about the essentials for a great soup and takes on your questions. Plus, the Splendid team holds a taste-off of store-bought chicken stock.
Soleil Ho pulls back the curtain on a beloved childhood tv show, talks about writers that keep them going, and brings us their One: Scallion Oil, Mở Hành.
We’re gearing up for the holidays with Von Diaz's Puerto Rican Christmas, great baking with Vallery Lomas, and a little slowdown poetry with Ada Limón
Food & culture writer Aliza Abarbanel celebrates an undefeated Battleship record, LA strip malls, and her One: Joan Nathan’s Latkes.
This week, it's cookbooks we're excited about! From Sri Lankan cuisine, to classic British cooking, to a how-to vinegar guide to Amish Soul Food
It’s The One Recipe Holiday Special! Tune in to chef & author Carla Lalli Music, NYT writer Eric Kim, Eater’s Bettina Makalintal, & chef Tanya Holland
Noor Murad talks about frying kangaroo & alligator, lessons learned in the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen, and her One: Green Frittata With Burnt Eggplant.
A holiday guide with The New Yorker’s Helen Rosner, Serious Eats' Daniel Gritzer, & Leah Bonnema & Nick Leighton of the Were You Raised by Wolves show
Claudia Fleming reminds us that practice makes perfect and brings us some truly professional baking tips for her One: Peach & Raspberry Crostata.
This week we’re talking to restaurateur and writer Prue Leith of The Great British Baking Show & Nigella Lawson with her latest book Cook, Eat, Repeat.
Sarah and Kaitlin Leung nerd out over Gardener’s World, discuss the importance of passing down recipes, and give their One: Shortcut Dan-Dan Noodles.
We’re getting you all set up for Thanksgiving this week with our friends, Rodney Scott, Nik Sharma, Genevieve Ko, and Eric Wareheim
Our Thanksgiving 2022 Turkey Confidential show hosted by Francis Lam with guests Rick Martinez, Maneet Chauhan, Claire Saffitz, and Jesse Sparks
J. Kenji López-Alt talks bathing, his scientific approach to food and cooking, and his meticulously vetted One: Hard-Boiled Eggs.
This week, we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving with Star of A Chef’s Life, Vivian Howard, and the expert on gatherings, Priya Parker.
Khushbu Shah talks about the merits of chain dining in America, having her own (unofficial) bathroom stall at LAX, and her One: Yogurt Rice.
This week, we’ve surprisingly simple desserts with amazing bakers & chefs, Anne Byrn, Dave Beran, Aran Goyoaga, & Paola Velez
Nicole A. Taylor talks about her one-of-a-kind cookbook, seasonings that have earned their counter space, and her One: Sweet Potato Hash.
This week, Chefs Sohla and Ham El-Waylly, answer your cooking questions, and restaurateur Will Guidara joins us with advice on how to be a great host
Paola Velez talks crushing power ballads, the story behind her handle ‘small orchids’ and her One: Chocolate Chip Cookies.
We’re baking with national treasure Dorie Greenspan and we dive deep into the beauty of grains and beans with Abra Berens author of Grist.
Nik Sharma talks about his years-in-the-making house remodel, how a passion project turned into a career, and his One: Manchow Soup.
This week, we’re getting deep into the incredibly soulful world of vegan cooking with Hannah Che and Chef Danny Bowien
Melissa Clark talks perfecting recipes–i.e. minimizing dishes–and her One: Roasted Cauliflower & Potatoes With Harissa, Yogurt & Toasted Almonds.
We talk with the authors of some of our favorite fall cookbooks: Mooncakes & Milk Bread, Gastro Obscura, Flavors of the Sun, and Sandor Katz’s Fermentation Journeys.
Ham El-Waylly finds solace in WWE, reminds us that true love does exist, and gives his fluffy, please-put-me-on-everything One: Toum
This week, it’s stories from, and about, two Mexican American icons, Linda Ronstadt and Natalia Molina
Jessie Sheehan laments the complications of motherhood, tells the history of her sweet tooth, and celebrates her One: Devil’s Food Snacking Cake.
It's all about pizza this week with Nathan Myhrvold, founder of Modernist Cuisine and our Family Kitchen Segment with Journalist, Liana Aghajanian
Ali Slagle reminds us why we love The Office, gives us the deets on her cross-country road trip, and tells us her One: Soup Mix Stracciatella.
This week, we're getting deep into two staples of French cuisine, chicken, and cake, with Jacques Pépin and Aleksandra Crapanzano
Kristina Cho talks about the big, beautiful universe of Chinese baking, one of the best days of her life, and her One: Cocktail Buns (Gai Mei Bao).
We’re back in the kitchen and getting cooking inspiration from VICE’s Farideh Sadeghin and we talk to SF Chronicle’s restaurant critic Soleil Ho about the future of restaurants
This week, we talk about women beermakers with beer historian Theresa McCulla, filmmaker Tinu Diver, & beer and food pairings with Stephanie Grant
We’re spending this episode with the iconic Martin Yan, the groundbreaking star of Yan Can Cook.
Natasha Pickowicz talks about freelancing as a chef, the art of building flavor, and her One: A Crispy Apple Tart.
This week, we’re talking to James Beard award-winning Chef Vishwesh Bhatt, and Masienda Founder Jorge Gaviria
Chetna Makan talks about changing careers, her time on The Great British Bake-Off, and her supremely snackable One: Masala Pastry.
Things get spicy when we look at the wide world of chili peppers and how they're enjoyed raw, cooked, powdered, and blended into sauces.
Sohla El-Waylly talks about how good she was at getting lost in Europe, reminds us why it’s important to go outside, and gives her One: Spanish Tortilla.
Go beyond the pipe and drape, deep into the intense world of catering with Matt and Ted Lee, Michael Twitty, Kwame Onwuachi, and America’s Test Kitchen.
Meet the people who started and those who’ve been supported by two mission-driven culinary organizations, La Cocina and The League of Kitchens.
Roxana Jullapat tells us about her unusual family tree, the eight grains that define North American food, and her One: A Baked Buckwheat Pancake with Berry Compote.
This week, we’re chasing smoke with Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich, pitmaster Pat Martin, and the hosts of the podcast Were You Raised by Wolves?
Matt Rodbard talks working with legends, why writing about food is better than writing about music, and his (mom’s) One: Technically-Not-BBQ Oven Ribs
This week, we spend an hour with the legendary food writer Claudia Roden and check in with one of her biggest fans, Yotam Ottolenghi.
Andy Baraghani reveals a secret from his past, delights in the publication of his new cookbook, and shares his One: Steamed Persian Rice with Tahdig.
This week, we’re bringing you a live show we recorded in Seattle with KUOW celebrating Seattle‘s amazing food community
Priya Krishna shows off her singing voice, loves on some of her favorite writers, and shares her One: roasted vegetables with coconut, chili and garlic.
Diane Kochilas talks about regional Greek cooking, Tara Q. Thomas explains Greek wine, and we visit a Greek-American family as part of our Family Kitchen Series
Chris Shepherd talks Texas, grilling advice (hint: just leave it alone), and his One: an herb-marinade that you can put on just about anything.
This week, it’s July 4th cookout ideas with Andy Baraghani author of The Cook You Want to Be and Sam Seneviratne author of The Joys of Baking.
Rick Martinez sings the praises of outdoor showers, homemade tortillas, and his One: Rajas con Crema, aka roasted poblano chiles in cream.