Thursday, July 18, 2024

Kiss the Cookbook #3 - Our favorites part 2

John and Jeni talk about more of their favorite cookbooks. Here are the books covered:

 

Mexico: The Cookbook - by Margarita Carrillo Arronte (Author), Fiamma Piacentini (Photographer)

https://a.co/d/cUs07J5

 

Momofuku: A Cookbook - by David Chang (Author), Peter Meehan (Author)

https://a.co/d/eYUZqSH

 

My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes -by Hooni Kim (Author)

https://a.co/d/4za8F9R

 

Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto [A Cookbook] - by Aaron Franklin (Author), Jordan Mackay (Author)

https://a.co/d/3CUisl8

 

Barefoot in Paris: Easy French Food You Can Make at Home -by Ina Garten (Author), Quentin Bacon (Photographer)

https://a.co/d/fqo8Czv

 

My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Work, No-Knead Method -by Jim Lahey (Author), Rick Flaste

https://a.co/d/fqgqRXP

 

Don't actually buy these books off of Amazon, look them up, write it down and go to your local bookstore and get them. You'll be happy you did. 

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Thursday, July 11, 2024

A Talk with Mumtaz Mustafa and Laura Klynstra, Authors of the Cookbook Gather and Graze!!!

John has a fun convo with Mumtaz Mustafa and Laura Klynstra, authors of the wonderful cookbook Gather and Graze. They talk about their travel, cooking and friendship that led to the creation of this easy-to-use cookbook. From the design and photos to the incredible recipes and menus, you won't want to miss this. Thanks for listening!!!



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Thursday, June 27, 2024

Food News: The local Hooters is gone, Michelin guide Shenanigans, The McAtlas, and Stuffed Nuggets!!!

John and Evan talk about the best food news stories of the week. Stories about the Baltimore Hooters leaving for a good reason, the Michelin Guide makes you pay, a guy wrote a huge McDonalds book and theres a nugget company making a thing wwe thought should have been made a while ago. Thanks for listening!!!



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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Kiss the Cookbook #3 - Our favorites part 1

John and Jeni talk about some of their all-time favorite cookbooks including tomes on Jewish cuisine, charcuterie creation and easy ways to figure out ratios for cooking. Listen in to this part 1 for the beginning of what we hope will be an informing series. Thanks for listening. 



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Thursday, June 6, 2024

A Conversation with Jay Reifel, Author of A History of the World in Ten Dinners

John talks with Jay Reifel, co-author of the incredible book A History of the World in Ten Dinners. John and Jay talk about the book, which is part history book, part cookbook and all entertaining. From Garum and Laser (the plant) to cookbook poetry and historical chef's technical advancements they cover as much as they can. Tune in and find out about what it took to create the magical creature that is the Cockathrice and what exactly a Cockathrice is. Thanks for listening!!! 



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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Food News: Mayo Botulism, Kid's Peanut Allergies, RIP Morgan Spulock, Spicy Fries and a 50 count Nugget Bucket!!!

John and Evan talk about what they've eaten and what they're cooking before going into this week's food news. Mayo Botulism, Kid's Peanut Allergies, RIP Morgan Spulock, Spicy Fries and a 50 count Nugget Bucket. Thanks for listening!!



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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Catch up and Cook Books!!!

John and Jeni talk about what they're cooking, where they're eating and get onto the topic of what makes a good cook book and what some of their most-used cookbooks are. Thanks for listening!!!



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Thursday, May 16, 2024

The Sin Eaters!!!

John explains the macabre history of the Sin Eaters from ye old jolly England. It weird and creepy and we know you love that kind of thing so you're welcome. Thanks for listening!!



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Thursday, May 9, 2024

Thursday, April 25, 2024

Max Lents of The Baltimore Spirits Company

John has a chat with Max Lents, one of the founders of the incredible Baltimroe Spirits Company. They talk about what it was like getting the distillery up and running, how Max found his passion and why there is a barrel of something-that-shall-not-be-named lurking in the aging room. They also talk about their favorite products (gin, rye, brandy, punch) from the distillery and what John learned at a tasting there. Thanks for listening!!

 

Find the Baltimore Spirits company at:

 

Website: Baltimore's Distillery – Baltimore Spirits Co.

Facebook: Facebook

Instagram: The Baltimore Spirits Company (@baltspiritsco) • Instagram photos and videos

Twitter: X (twitter.com)



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