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Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, host Martie Duncan (author, home cook, and Next Food Network Star finalist), talks to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
 
Guys and Food is for you and other guys who love food. You don’t have be a chef or work in the food business. You don’t have to be an expert or a gourmet. You may just enjoy cooking, you may like to explore history or other cultures through food, or you may just like to eat. You’ll probably like Guys and Food if: • Your idea of a power tool is an immersion blender. • You’re more interested in who won Top Chef than who won the latest sporting event in the national headlines. • You’re the type ...
 
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Growing up as a Black kid in Chicago, Dr. Marcia Chatelain says she learned more about Black history from McDonald’s than from her fancy prep school. Now, as a professor of history and African American studies, Dr. Chatelain is exploring the role that McDonald’s has played in Black communities since its founding in the 1940s. In many places, McDona…
 
Flaky or fluffy? Rolled or dropped? Ham or jam, in the middle? Biscuits are a treasured, time-honored part of our table, but personal and specific to everyone’s individual tastes or family history. Today, Homemade host Martie Duncan is joined by three “biscuit bosses” -- Karl Worley, Scott Peacock and Chadwick Boyd -- who will share their tips, exp…
 
McDonald’s ice cream machines break down so often that it's a meme. Enter Jeremy O’Sullivan and Melissa Nelson, two entrepreneurs who thought they'd hacked a solution — until McDonald’s told its franchisees not to use it. This week we talk with Jeremy, Melissa, and Andy Greenberg, the Wired reporter who first broke this story of ice cream intrigue.…
 
No matter which of his popular TV programs he’s worked on -- from the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods to MSNBC’s What’s Eating America? -- chef Andrew Zimmern has always found comfort in sharing meals with families. His latest show, Family Dinner (streaming now on Discovery Plus), centers around how Americans with different backgrounds and cultures …
 
When Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez was 18, he was sent to prison for the first time. When he arrived, the other incarcerated men wanted to know if they could trust him — so they handed him a plate of cheesy tacos, and got to know him over that shared meal. From there, Goose learned all kinds of prison cooking tips, including how to use razor blades to bo…
 
While we are busy recording new episodes of Homemade, check out this episode from Biscuits & Jam from Southern Living. Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to 2020 James Beard Award finalist Cheetie Kumar about the launch of her celebrated restaurant Garland (Raleigh, NC), dealing with the fallout of COVID-19 as a restaurat…
 
Tom Colicchio bristles at the idea of a “celebrity chef.” He’s also the lead judge on Top Chef, one of the most iconic cooking competition shows of all time. This week we ask Tom: What role should TV play in a chef’s career — and does a chef need to go on TV to be successful? Plus, we talk about the future of restaurants, our national food supply, …
 
For three decades and counting on The Simpsons, Yeardley Smith has voiced the smart and compassionate middle-child Lisa, who became a vegetarian early in the show’s history thanks to a little help from Paul and Linda McCartney. Aside from life as an animated kid, Yeardley has been busy in her kitchen with the Instagram/YouTube series Oil & Water, a…
 
At 32, Ayesha Curry has built a food empire. She’s written cookbooks, hosted food TV shows, released a cookware line, and opened restaurants. Her cookbooks are influenced by her Jamaican heritage, her teenage years in North Carolina, and raising a family today in the Bay Area. This week she talks with Dan about her advice to young entrepreneurs, wh…
 
In the public eye from a young age as a child actor, Tia Mowry worked hard in the kitchen long before she and her twin sister Tamera scored their big break in the early 90’s on TV’s Sister, Sister. In recent years, Tia has turned that love for feeding her family into hosting her own Cooking Channel program as well as a YouTube series offering delic…
 
In colonial times, lobster was routinely served to prisoners. It was called “the cockroach of the sea.” So what changed? On today’s show, we’re bringing you an episode from our friends at Gastropod, a podcast that looks at food through the lens of science and history. They take a deep dive into the fascinating history, and biology, of the lobster. …
 
With Mother’s Day coming up, Homemade host Martie Duncan chats with Masterchef judge Aarón Sánchez and his mother -- restaurateur and author Zarela Martinez -- about Mexican cooking and how she influenced his culinary career. Plus, we’ll hear from Aarti Sequeira, Adam Richman, Carla Hall, Duff Goldman, Rodney Scott and Michael Symon, each with fun …
 
Long before his explosion on social media, actor and Tennessee native Leslie Jordan had already been making a splash with memorable roles in film (The Help) and television (Will & Grace). But at 65 years old, his Sunday Mornin’ Hymn Singin’ on Instagram during the pandemic has introduced his Southern charm and down-home personality to a whole new g…
 
The first run of cascatelli sold out almost immediately. In the weeks that followed, the pasta basically went viral. In this update, you’ll hear how Dan and his family reacted. Then, Dan weighs his options for the future of cascatelli. For help, he turns to die maker Chris Maldari, and Cara Nicoletti and Ariel Hauptman from Seemore Meats & Veggies.…
 
While we are busy recording new episodes of Homemade, check out this episode from Come on Over: A Jeff Mauro Podcast. It’s a jam-packed episode where Jeff and Emily dive head first into the world of food fails, aka MUNCHIE MAYHEM! Dr. Jeff puts on his culinary stethoscope to diagnose common and not-so-common food mistakes ranging from overcooking p…
 
The indie musician Michelle Zauner (who records under the name Japanese Breakfast) always had a complicated relationship with her mother, Chongmi. Michelle was born in Seoul and raised in Oregon, where she never felt like she was truly Korean or truly American. While it was sometimes hard for mother and daughter to understand each other, the thread…
 
Jeff Mauro’s Season 7 win on Food Network Star helped launch his own show based on his unofficial but well-deserved title, Sandwich King. His dynamic approach to everything from sliders to grilled cheese charms viewers of The Kitchen, and helped him win the South Beach Burger Bash in 2013. On today’s show, Homemade host Martie Duncan catches up wit…
 
In 2016, the Library of Congress posted Rosa Parks' personal documents online for the first time. Buried under postcards from Martin Luther King and lists of volunteers for the Montgomery Bus Boycott was a pancake recipe, written on the back of an envelope — which included the addition of peanut butter to the batter. On this week's episode, we visi…
 
This month, James Beard-award winning chef Ashley Christensen and partner/food writer Kaitlyn Goalen have released a terrific new book titled It’s Always Freezer Season: How to Freeze Like a Chef with 100 Make-Ahead Recipes. Inside, you’ll find tips and tricks that any home cook can implement on compound butters, savory biscuits and more. Today, As…
 
How does a traumatic brain injury affect the way you cook and eat? Filmmaker Cheryl Green, who has a brain injury, satirizes her own experiences in the kitchen in a short video called “Cooking With Brain Injury.” This week Dan talks with Cheryl about what it means to live with an invisible disability, how it affects her cooking, and why asking for …
 
This year marks the 60th anniversary of renowned chef Julia Child’s first cookbook. Mastering the Art of French Cooking launched not just Julia’s career in culinary television and popular culture, but it also inspired everyone from the average home cook to those who have become household names themselves within the world of food. Today, host of Hom…
 
Born and raised in Cleveland, Iron Chef champion and former co-host of The Chew Michael Symon is one of food-television’s biggest personalities. A celebrated restaurateur and accomplished author, he runs the gamut from whole-hog pit-roasting to recipes that fight inflammation. Today, Homemade host Martie Duncan speaks with Michael about how his Eas…
 
After months of revisions, Dan thinks he’s got his shape. But he’s been working on this for so long, he’s not sure he knows what’s good anymore. So he brings in an all-star panel of taste testers, including Sohla El-Waylly, Francis Lam, Dorie Greenspan, Christopher Kimball, Claire Saffitz, Jet Tila, and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Then J. Kenji López…
 
The first test batch of Dan’s pasta rolls off the presses, but problems crop up almost immediately. In order to save his shape, Dan has to make some big decisions that come with a high price tag. Then just as things start coming together, a die redesign goes very wrong. Want to see photos and videos from Dan’s journey? Follow The Sporkful on Instag…
 
Camila Alves McConaughey -- host of Food Network’s Kid Barbeque Championship and Bravo’s Sheer Genius -- is a mother, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She’s also the founder of the online community Women Of Today, created to spread shared experiences in both physical and mental health worldwide. Today, Camila chats with Homemade host Martie Duncan …
 
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