Posts tagged cookbooks
Episode 60: How Sauces Can Save Your Weeknight Cooking

We once said that we think sauces are the secret to better weeknight meals and one of you said that we should really explain ourselves: so here we are! But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve brought on two sauce masters to talk to us about everything from their favorite sauces to improvising a sauce from scratch, how to make sauces ahead and how to freeze them too. Because when you have a good sauce within arm’s reach, you have a quick and easy way to add flavor to your cooking in no time

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Episode 45: Easy Homemade Popsicles For Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

Whatever you call them — Popsicles, freeze pops, ice pops, freezies, Otter Pops — easy homemade popsicle recipes never fail to save the day. And when you know how to make them nutritious, the sky’s the limit. With expert tips from Sarah Bond, author of For The Love of Popsicles, we share everything you need to know to make Popsicles sweet, healthy, and good for breakfast. Or dinner, too, if you’re Meghan!

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Episode 43: Essential Recipes That Kids (and All of Us) Should Know How to Cook

In talking to MS, RD, and cookbook author, Katie Morford, about her book Prep: The Essential College Cookbook, we realized that it's more than a quintessential collection of delicious recipes that kids can make as they begin cooking for themselves. It's a fantastic, simple guide to home cooking for anyone who wants or needs to learn how to feed themselves and others too. We talk about the basic cooking skills we all need to master and the recipes that help us master them well.

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Episode 30: The Art of Intentional Leftovers

Intentional leftovers, dubbed nextovers by our guest David Tamarkin, digital director of Epicurious and author of the Cook90 cookbook, are extras that you make intentionally while cooking one dinner, with the express intention of turning them into a different dinner on another night. Cooking the 1st night takes the usual amount of time, but cooking on the nextover night takes a fraction of the time. How’s that for a busy parent game changer? In this episode, we talk about everything from how to stock your pantry to choosing the right recipes to become a nextover master.

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Episode 19: The Best Cookbooks of 2018 for Family Cooks

Over the years, we’ve increasingly become kitchen minimalists. We encourage home cooks to spend less, invest in fewer gadgets, buy smart, and maximize what you already have. But we have one weakness: COOKBOOKS! No matter how many cookbooks we buy, are gifted, or get through work, our cookbook wish list never gets any shorter.

This week, to help us sort through the best cookbooks of the year, we invited Brian Stewart of Salt + Spine, a podcast that explores the art and craft of cookbooks. Tune in for his picks in unconventional categories thought up just for us: the home cooks who have to feed families night after night. After night.

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