Pretty much everyone who cooks aspires to have a clutch of recipes they can make their own. The one dish that you keep in your back pocket. The one you send to friends, the one you entirely depend on and know it’s going to work every single time. The One Recipe podcast is about building that library, one recipe at a time. Host Jesse Sparks, Senior Editor at Eater talks to chefs and gifted cooks from all over the world about their One and the story behind it. From the team that brought you The Splendid Table at APM Studios. Follow The One Recipe wherever you get podcasts.
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Anna Stockwell talks to Jesse about her love of hosting, her unusually dog-like cats, and one of her undefeated party tricks: Slow-roasted salmon.
Stephen Satterfield talks about his unusual journey into food and wine, understanding yourself through pleasure, and why toast is the perfect culinary canvas.
Klancy Miller talks about one of her more unusual habits, why it’s okay to stash desserts, and her simple yet decadent Parisian Chestnut Mini-Cakes.
Leah Bonnema & Nick Leighton join Jesse to talk about Christmas, if carob can be considered dessert, and their one recipe: Cranberry Upside-Down Cake.
Join host Jesse Sparks for a holiday edition of The Splendid Table’s sister podcast The One Recipe. In this hour-long episode, Jesse talks to culinary superstars about their family traditions and their “One,” the recipe that signals the holidays have officially begun!
This week we’re sharing an episode of Dishing on Julia, the official companion podcast to the Max original series, Julia. Hosted by Kerry Diamond of Cherry Bombe, each episode of Dishing on Julia takes you behind the scenes with the show's producers, creators, and the crew to unpack each episode and explore the making of the series.
Food & culture writer Aliza Abarbanel celebrates an undefeated Battleship record, LA strip malls, and her One: Joan Nathan’s Latkes.
Starting out, I was always so scared to try out a Yule Log recipe – they always look so intimidating! But I encourage you to give it a go. Even if it ends up looking like a mess, it’ll still taste delicious! I tried something a little different with this Yule Log and added a line of frozen chocolate cremeux. It’s totally optional but it really elevates the dessert and helps you advance your skills.
This recipe is so light, not overly sweet or heavy. It’s a real showstopper for the Christmas table – the ultimate festive dessert.
This widely loved snack in India, which is famed in Mumbai as batata vada, is customarily sold in a soft bun with a garlic and chilli chutney. Its popularity has spread and it’s now available in many Indian restaurants worldwide. Where I come from, these delicious potato balls are called alu banda and are sold in small shops and street stalls in the mornings for breakfast with chai. So why not serve this with some Coriander Peanut Chutney and piping hot masala chai?