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The Leonard Lopate Show

Clean Plates; Ottolenghi; Candy

Friday, October 25, 2013

It’s Food Fridays! We’ll find out about how to eat sustainable, delicious, healthy food—at home and at restaurants. Then Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi, the partners behind London’s famous Ottolenghi restaurants, discuss Mediterranean food and Ottolenghi: The Cookbook. And this week’s Please Explain is all about candy!

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Martha Stewart Takes the Cake

Friday, October 18, 2013

Martha Stewart talks about her first cookbook of cakes and why she's only just starting to love her Bundt pans. She gives us her golden rules for baking cakes and shares two recipes - New York style crumb cake and "tender lemon" cake.

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Chef Daniel Boulud

Friday, October 18, 2013

Chef Daniel Boulud talks about his coming of age as a young chef to adapting French cuisine to American ingredients and tastes, and how he expresses his culinary artistry at Restaurant Daniel. His new, definitive cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine, includes more than 75 signature recipes, plus an additional 12 recipes Boulud prepares at home for his friends on more casual occasions.

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Recipe: Daniel Boulud's Wild Mushroom Tarte Flambee

Friday, October 18, 2013

A savory tarte topped with hen of the woods mushrooms.

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Melissa Clark Picks Pumpkins

Friday, October 11, 2013

It's pumpkin-picking season. Melissa Clark shares her suggestions for what do with pumpkin—from soups to seed. She's New York Times Dining Section columnist and cookbook writer, and her most recent cookbook is Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can't Wait to Make.

 

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Recipe: Melissa Clark's Basic Piecrust

Friday, October 11, 2013

Melissa Clark's simple recipe for a basic pie crust

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Melissa Clark's Pumpkin Recipes; Behind the Scenes at the Food Network; The Science of Soil; Please Explain: Food Poisoning

Friday, October 11, 2013

Melissa Clark shares her ideas on what to do with pumpkins other than carving them! We'll find out how the Food Network went from struggling start-up to cultural staple over the last 20 years. Documentarian Deborah Koons Garcia and scientists Ignacio Chapela and Michael Hansen talk about the complexity and mystery of soilAnd, with another salmonella outbreak in the news, Please Explain is about the things that cause food poisoning.

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Liz Neumark on Farm to Table Seasonal Recipes

Friday, October 04, 2013

Liz Neumark discusses founding Katchkie Farm and the Sylvia Center, where children learn firsthand where fresh food comes from—how to grow it, how to harvest it, and how to cook with it. Her new book Sylvia’s Table: Fresh, Seasonal Recipes from Our Farm to Your Table brings these lessons and recipes from the farm to home kitchens. It’s a cookbook for families, featuring recipes from friends like chefs like Michael Romano of Union Square Cafe and Jonathan Waxman of Barbuto; culinary experts including Food & Wine’s Dana Cowin; cookbook authors Giuliano Bugialli, Rozanne Gold, Deborah Madison, and Sara Moulton.

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Pickling Tips from a Pro

Friday, October 04, 2013

We’ve been pickling as part of Food Fridays! Marisa McClellan, the author of Food in Jars and the blog of the same name, shares her ideas about how to make some more unusual pickles, using everything from cauliflower to pattypan squash.

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Recipe: Marisa McClellan's Classic Dill Pickles

Friday, October 04, 2013

You can make these tangy, garlicky, slightly spicy dill pickles at home.

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Farm-to-Table; Food and Community; Food in Jars; Please Explain

Friday, October 04, 2013

Liz Neumark talks about owning one of the city’s premier catering companies and an organic farm—and how to make farm-to-table cooking a reality. We’ll find out about the story of The Stop, which started as a food bank in Toronto, and is now a community center with gardens, a greenhouse, and a farmers market. Marisa McClellan, who writes the blog Food in Jars, shares some pickling tips for everything from cauliflower to squash. This week’s Please Explain is all about the Farm Bill—we’ll find out what programs are affected by the omnibus spending bill, which has been stalled in Congress for over a year.

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Recipe: Roasted Chicken with Herbs, from Liz Neumark's Sylvia's Table

Friday, October 04, 2013

A classic recipe—and a bonus variation—for perfect roast chicken.

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Recipe: Sage and Arugula Pesto, from Liz Neumark's Sylvia's Table

Friday, October 04, 2013

Try making this variation on the classic pesto!

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Recipe: Baked Stuffed Zucchini Boats, from Liz Neumark's Sylvia's Table

Friday, October 04, 2013

These are among the most favorite dishes the children make at the Sylvia Center.

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Recipe: Grilled Tamarind Turkey Burgers, from Liz Neumark's Sylvia's Table

Friday, October 04, 2013

An alternative to beef burgers that kids will gobble down. 

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How To Process: Food in Jars

Friday, October 04, 2013

The basic process for canning and pickling.

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Recipe: Marisa McClellan's Pickled Okra

Friday, October 04, 2013

Marisa McClellan says that pickling manages to eradicate the interior slime okra can have and leaves a crunchy, brine-filled pickle. It’s a dream eaten alongside a plate of spicy food.

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The Brian Lehrer Show

Mo Rocca Cooking with Grandmothers

Friday, September 27, 2013

Mo Rocca, comedian and "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent, talks about the second season of his Cooking Channel show “My Grandmother's Ravioli” and what he's learning in and out of kitchens from grandmothers and grandfathers.

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