Pickled Watermelon and Pigs' Ears: Ukraine’s Summer Kitchens – Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio
We travel to the summer kitchens of Ukraine with Olia Hercules. She explains how to pickle a watermelon, the history of borscht and why pigs' ears are so deliciously crunchy. Plus, we meet NASA rocket scientist and whole-hog pitmaster Dr. Howard Conyers; Dan Pashman tells us how to achieve snacking perfection at the beach; and we share a recipe for Taiwanese Grilled Corn. Get this week's recipe, Taiwanese Grilled Corn: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/taiwanese-style-grilled-corn We want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how: https://www.177milkstreet.com/radiotips This week's sponsor: Go to masterclass.com/MILK for 15% off your Annual MasterClass All-Access Pass.
The Hidden History of Regional Burgers – The Sporkful
And a debate about potato salad… Welcome to our summer cookout spectacular! We talk with renowned burger historian George Motz about the history of the hamburger, and about the wide range of regional burgers across the country, many of which are unknown outside their areas. Then we get an incredible burger recipe from Chef Jehangir Mehta, inspired by Indian street food, that’s made with 25% mushrooms. Finally, our old friend J. Kenji Lopez-Alt stops by for a debate that’s sure to spark conversation at your next socially-distanced outdoor gathering: Should potato salad be called a salad? Get 500+ more great Sporkful episodes from our catalog and lots of other Stitcher goodness when you sign up for Stitcher Premium: http://www.StitcherPremium.com/Sporkful (promo code: SPORKFUL). Transcript available at http://www.sporkful.com.
Are Tomatoes a Fruit or Vegetable? – A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich
Developed from the ovary in the base of a flower containing the seeds of the plant. Must we adhere to this outdated and close-minded label, or can our food finally enjoy a more fluid identity? Today we ask: Are Tomatoes a Fruit or Vegetable? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gettin’ Jalapeño Business (with Rachel Khong) – Home Cooking
Samin and Hrishi brainstorm snack ideas for hiking, but sometimes wander off the trail, and author Rachel Khong (@rrrrrrrachelkhong) breaks down her quest to find the best way to cook rice—without a rice cooker. For recipes, resources, and transcripts, visit homecooking.show/7.
Episode 28: Trader Joe's Takes You Inside The Tasting Panel Today – Inside Trader Joe's
Even in these times of constant change, there’s one thing that’s remained constant, and that’s our commitment to innovating and developing new products to bring to our stores. We’ve made some adjustments to the way our Tasting Panel meets – who knew video conference tasting could be a thing? – but the basic function of the panel remains the same today as it’s ever been… making sure we’re bringing you delicious tastes from around the globe, and offering them at great values, every day. In this episode of Inside Trader Joe’s, we’re taking you inside the Tasting Panel, in today’s format. We’ll talk about how the changes have impacted product development, and we’ll hear about some new initiatives we’ve put in place to help us find vendors who might not have had access to our Tasting Panel process in days past. Transcript (PDF)
#72 When Impossible Burgers Became Possible – Food Non-Fiction
This Food Non-Fiction episode tells the incredible true story of meat alternatives. We talk about the early history of meat alternatives and then we talk to the Impossible Foods team to understand how this modern meat alternative was created.