Top Holiday Food Gifts
Looking for a delicious and unique holiday gift this year? We're offering up our favorite food gifts in this holiday episode. These are items we'd love to receive and bring to all the foodies in our lives. Have a listen ...
By Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough
Join Bruce Weinstein, the chef, and Mark Scarbrough, the writer, as they work their way through recipes and culinary myths. Every Tuesday, they debunk a culinary cliché or outright lie in short, funny episodes. Every Friday, Mark tackles a different recipe, either original to this podcast or one they've published before. After twenty-seven cookbooks, the writer doesn't cook anymore. Or didn't--until now. With Bruce over his shoulder, Mark stands in the kitchen and cooks. This isn't talking. It's cooking. Under pressure. Will it work out? Will the writer actually become a decent cook? Will they stayed married? Listen and find out. And get some terrific cooking know-how along the way.
Episode 193: Simple ways to avoid common cooking mistakes
Bruce and Mark respond to listeners questions about avoiding simple cooking mistakes. You'll discover the secret to perfectly cooked steaks and chicken, how to keep your cookies from flattening out, and how to make the most perfect cheesecake every time.
Common Cooking Mistakes #16: Opening the oven door too frequently.
Every time you open that oven door you can drop the temperature between 25 and 75 degrees F. And that can kill your muffins, rolls, breads, and cookies. We have a few solutions other than looking through the glass door ...
Common Cooking Mistakes #15: What should be kept in the refrigerator vs the pantry.
This is less a cooking mistake than a food storage mistake, but storing items in the wrong place can become a cooking mistake when you find out that your oil has gone rancid, your lime juice as oxidized, or your ...
Persian-Inspired Chicken Braise With Tons Of Spices And Dried Black Limes
The Iranian chicken dish we're making in this episode uses a spice called Loomi - small dried black limes. And we add tamarind concentrate for an added sour pop to balance the sweetness of the apricots and the richness of ...