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Food intersects with our lives in more ways than we think. Food52's Burnt Toast podcast chases those stories to give listeners the perfect pieces of snackable dinner-party fodder—all inside of a commute's time. In each episode, host Michael Harlan Turkell explores a different aspect of food culture and community, highlighting the often-surprising past informing what we eat every day, and meeting some of the people shaping food's present and future.
 
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. If you're cooking along, feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters.
 
A fresh take on dinner: every week real-life sisters Kate and Betsy search out, cook, laugh and compare notes on three new recipes from top food bloggers and websites like Food52 and Epicurious and chat about life in the kitchen. Kate lives in Providence, Rhode Island and cooks for a family of 2 (no kids); Betsy lives in Atlanta and cooks for a family of 5 (three kids in elementary school).
 
We tell the compelling stories behind cookbooks you won't get anywhere else. Featuring interviews with leading authors, we explore the art and craft of cookbooks, looking at both new and vintage cookbooks and the inspirations behind them … the compelling people who create them … and their impact on home cooks and the culinary world.
 
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This week, we're excited to welcome Ayesha Curry to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Ayesha is the modern food & lifestyle mogul. Growing up obsessed with cooking, Ayesha always had her eyes set on acting — but her foray into food blogging has launched a massive career. Her first cookbook, The Seasoned Life, cemented her statu…
 
As a part of the 2021 How I Built This Summit (At Home) we have selected 10 Fellows, and we'd like to introduce you to them over the next couple weeks. In this episode: Pierre Paul, founder of a company called We Hear You that's developing a sign language translator that turns American Sign Language into audible speech and vice versa. Also, Toby Eg…
 
Even in the most northern parts of the US, we’re starting to see green. The perfect time to celebrate green shoots, leaves, and spring! We have three Spring recipes guaranteed to put you in the mood for warmer weather. Bring on the short sleeves and dinner on the patio. Featured this week: Pea Pesto Pasta, Kuku Sabzi, and Vegan Risotto with Miso an…
 
Born into a family of entrepreneurs, LivePerson founder and CEO Robert LoCascio always had the entrepreneurial spirit, going back to his teens when he and a friend started an auto detailing business. After graduating college, he had a brief stint in a “real” job, but that experience — he ended up getting fired via fax — convinced him that he never …
 
In the pre-Internet 1970's, Sandy Lerner was part of a loosely-knit group of programmers that was trying to get computers to talk to each other. Eventually, she and Len Bosack launched Cisco Systems, making the routing technology that helped forge the plumbing of the Internet. But when things turned sour at the company, she was forced to leave, giv…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Jeff Mauro to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. A Chicago native, Jeff has been beaming into your home TVs via Food Network since 2011, when he was crowned the winner of season seven of "Food Network Star" (and then, later that year, under another crown as the host of "Sandwich King.") And th…
 
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters. If you're cooking along, here's …
 
Quick: are you a pancakes or eggs benny person? Congee or oats? Filipino-Thai New Yorker Jen Phanomrat grew up with silog for breakfast; Katie Quinn's Midwestern household usually had cereal. On this episode, they discuss breakfast traditions across the world, and discover many surprising universalities. They're joined by Chef and Founder of Little…
 
Jen keeps her eggs in her Queens fridge; Katie, who's now in Puglia, used to but now doesn't—as per her Egg Guy's (yup) recommendation. We look at which cultures chill vs. not, what makes an egg brown or white (and orange-yolked!), if a "proper" omelet even exists, and consult very special guest, Canadian actress and comedian Julie Nolke on her bre…
 
Why are Brits so obsessed with halloumi? Just Eats Life's Jen Phanomrat (and New Yorker for life!) and expat-in-Europe Katie Quinn look at the hella complicated history of halloumi. Some more ways to houdini cheese into your life: Cheddar Brownies recipe from Katie's newest book (!) the Masamman Halloumi Curry Jen mentions Special thanks to our lis…
 
After selling both of their social app companies and rethinking their day jobs, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth knew they should not get into the volatile business of social media again. Despite exploring more practical ideas in other industries, they were found themselves drawn to the potential of live social audio, and decided they had to build anoth…
 
Hi Genius-hunters! The book is in (yay!) and this week, I'll be kicking my feet up and enjoying spoonfuls of this ice cream straight from the freezer. I hope you'll no-churn right alongside me. On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't ge…
 
HAVE A LISTEN: Loading Dock Talks is the new podcast hosted by Salt + Spine friend chef Preeti Mistry, where each week they talk with chefs, cookbook authors, and activists. Subscribe here. ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Preeti talks with Zoe Adjonyoh - chef, activist, and author - about connecting to her ancestral Ghanaian roots and building community throug…
 
Daniel Humm dropped out of school at 14 to become a competitive cyclist, and supported himself by cutting vegetables and making soup stock at fine restaurants in Switzerland. When he eventually realized he'd never become a world-class cyclist, he pivoted to the equally competitive world of fine dining, and soon became a rising young chef in Switzer…
 
Vegetables certainly get their love from the Dinner Sisters. This week we're excited to share an interview with you all about veggies, herbs, and everything from the garden. Our sister Mary interviews Farmer Lee Jones about his new book, vegetables, and so much more. Who's Farmer Lee Jones? From his press: He has cooked with Julia Child, dined with…
 
Jay Shetty was living the life of a rebellious teen in London when a friend talked him into attending a talk by a Hindu monk. It was a life-changing event, and started Jay on a path to become a monk himself and join an ashram in India. He left monastic life after three years, but took many of its lessons with him, and decided to share them with oth…
 
Hey, Genius-hunters! Every other week for the next few weeks, I'll be sharing episodes of *my* new favorite podcast Counterjam. Tune in for a special interview I got to have with host Peter J. Kim. Counterjam is now well into its 2nd season—I hope you'll head right over to its show page and hit "follow," so you don't miss out on episodes.…
 
This week we’re revisiting my 2007 interview with Tom Perkins, who was one of Silicon Valley’s most successful venture capitalists. The firm Tom co-founded, Kleiner Perkins, is responsible for funding some of the most well-known companies of the past four decades, including Google, AOL, Genentech, Sun Microsystems, Compaq and Tandem Computers. With…
 
While working at a farmers market in Chicago, Jennifer Martin had a Jack-in-the-Beanstalk moment—a chance encounter with some tiny kernels, which wound up growing into a small giant of a business: Pipcorn, snacks made of heirloom corn. Along with her brother Jeff and sister-in-law Teresa, Jennifer launched the brand in 2012, hand-popping mounds of …
 
Handheld dinners are just more fun. We have a full episode of meals that are eaten out of hand. But don’t for a minute think they are boring or run of the mill. Sizzling pancakes are fresh with herbs and a crunchy outside. The Kathi rolls combination of buttery roti and spiced vegetables is hard to beat. Last, taquitos maybe in the freezer aisle, b…
 
This week, we're excited to welcome Marcus Samuelsson and Osayi Endolyn to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks. Chef Marcus Samuelsson has become a household culinary name, building his restaurant empire from Red Rooster in Harlem to now more than a dozen eateries around the globe. He's won multiple James Beard Awards and is a reg…
 
Chef, food writer, and Studio ATAO founder Jenny Dorsey chops, sears, and sizzles her way through this barley tofu with chili oil recipe. On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside th…
 
Bayard Winthrop is the CEO and founder of American Giant, known for its American-made hoodies, t-shirts and jeans. When the pandemic brought on production holds and storefront closures, Bayard found himself working from his car parked in front of his house. He speaks with Guy about the growth American Giant saw last year due to the increased demand…
 
Referenced in this episode: The One Recipe Alice Waters Can't Live Without Cardamom Cake from Niloufer Ichaporia King Genius-Hunter Extra Credit: Alice Waters names Niloufer's cake the one recipe she can't live without (The Guardian) Check out those not-dry turkey burgers Special thanks to listeners Numra (@empressmarket), Vlada (@mat.vlada), and N…
 
Before Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice met, they shared a common belief: New York City gyms didn't have the kind of exercise classes they craved, and each of them wanted to change that. A fitness instructor introduced them over lunch in 2005, and before the meal was done they were set on opening a stationary bike studio, with a chic and aspirationa…
 
Turns out we aren’t just an entree podcast, but we’re also pretty excited about side dishes. All those extra bits and scoops that round out a meal by adding (hopefully) vegetables, interest, and flavor. Thanks to our listener, Clara, we have three sides that will work well with that roasted salmon, pork loin, or rotisserie chicken you have planned …
 
Lindsay Peoples Wagner got her first taste of the fashion industry interning at Teen Vouge, where she cleaned massive closets filled with the season's latest trends. She eventually went on to serve as the publication's editor-in-chief for nearly three years. During this pandemic, she left her job at Teen Vouge and took on two new roles: the editor-…
 
Jon Oringer is not a professional photographer. But when he needed images to market his growing internet business, the traditional stock agencies were still stuck in the world of print, so he took the DIY approach. What started as a way to fill a need for his own company turned into a side business that quickly gained traction. So quickly, in fact,…
 
Before Robinhood became one of the most loved and most hated stock trading platforms in the U.S., it was just another tech startup, launched by two mathematicians with an audacious idea: make stock trading mobile, make it fun, and make it free—with no commissions, and no minimum balances. In 2013, Vlad Tenev and Baiju Bhatt decided to pursue this i…
 
When life gives 'Zoë Bakes Cakes' author Zoë François veggie scraps, she makes this stunning cake decoration: spiced, candied carrot peel. On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside t…
 
In the early 2000s, the online music community was defined by MySpace, illegally downloaded music, and poorly made band websites. Then came Bandcamp – a music marketplace where fans can directly and easily support their favorite musicians. The company has steadily grown since its launch in 2007, but last year traffic and sales surged. CEO and co-fo…
 
Referenced in this episode: A Lemony-Perfect Pot of Rice (Food52) Meyer Lemon Rice & Candied Garlic recipe Genius-Hunter Extra-Credit: Peep the original recipe as a blog post from 9 years ago (!) Check out Michael's newest book Rice and look out for forthcoming Kosher Soul Special thanks to listeners Eva (@hummum), Beckie, and Laura (@loanddough) f…
 
In the early 1990s, as Amanda Hesser's college friends were interviewing for their first cubicle jobs, she chose a different path: one that led straight into the kitchens of Europe, where she cooked traditional recipes and learned the rhythm of the seasons from a crusty French gardener. By 24, she had landed a book deal and one of the most coveted …
 
Time flies when we’re having fun and we have another dinner party on the docket for this week. Coconut leads the way with all three recipes this week. Savory chicken, extra tasty coconut milk rice, and a Lime in the Coconut Bark at the end all make use of those tropical flakes. Make all three at once, which was delicious, or use one to make your di…
 
After giving up diet soda, Kara Goldin started adding fresh fruit to her drinking water to make it more fun. This inspired her to create Hint water, a line of unsweetened flavored water beverages that are now available in over 30,000 stores nationwide. Kara shares how sales have almost doubled as Hint invested in e-commerce during the pandemic, and…
 
Quinoa Tabbouleh with Chickpeas from Foodie Crush, Easy Greek Chicken and Potatoes from The Mediteranean Dish and Labneh from Bon Appetit Recipes this week are thanks to our listeners who wanted a few ideas for cooking the Mediterranean diet. As per usual, we were inspired and delighted by what we found. You don’t have to be adhering to this way of…
 
Hey, Counterjam Heads! Season 2 will return 4/12, and in the meantime, we've been doing tons of listening ourselves. Our friends at Salt + Spine just released this new episode featuring The Grey partners and co-authors Mashama Bailey and John Morisano. "The fact that there aren't as many black men or women running kitchens in America is in itself a…
 
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