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The show that's dedicated to helping aspiring home cooks grow their skills and confidence in the kitchen so they can start cooking up memories with their family and friends. Whether you want to learn to cook or just need some simple food inspiration, we will cover recipes, kitchen tools, and interviews with experts to help you on your home cooking journey! On Twitter at @TKCpodcast /Facebook at facebook.com/kitchencounterpodcast / Instagram at https://instagram.com/kitchencounterpodcast
 
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Today on the show I sit down with my brother Randy and we compare notes on our test cook of three popular Beyond Meat products: breakfast sausages, Hot Italian sausages, and Beyond Beef. For complete show notes on this episode, visit https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/190 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpod…
 
I love food and cooking, and I love history. It's my lucky day because Max Miller is stopping by the show to talk about how he recreates historic recipes for his excellent YouTube channel Tasting History. Whether it's diving deep into ancient Roman condiments like Garum or exploring the origins of Adobo, Max delivers witty insights into both recipe…
 
Today on the show Mark Bittman stops by to talk about his fantastic new podcast "Food with Mark Bittman." We also hit upon a range of other interesting topics, including why documentaries like "High on the Hog" are important to home cooks, some tips on getting more vegetables on the grill, why knife skills are BS, and which vegetables he thinks nee…
 
Summer is coming, and along with that, grilling season. Everyone who has ever tended the fire in a backyard cookout knows that it's a fine line between serving your guests a juicy and perfectly cooked chicken breast or a chewy and chalky hunk of bird. On today's episode we'll take a look at brining; a technique that can help combat dried out meat, …
 
On today's Smorgasbord episode we check out a great Chili Colorado recipe, share some listener questions, talk about the great book (and Netflix series) High on the Hog, and more! For complete show notes on this episode, visit https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/186 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpodcast Tw…
 
On today’s episode we tackle one of the fundamental concepts in cooking: emulsions. A good emulsion is the the key to dozens of common recipes including mayonnaise, Hollandaise sauce, peanut butter, whipped cream, and of course vinaigrettes. Because they are the easiest emulsion to master, we’ll spend some time talking about methods and recipes for…
 
On today’s episode, Sena and Rich Wheeler of Sena Sea return to teach me all about the that most magnificent of red-fleshed fish, the Copper River Salmon. What exactly is a Copper River Salmon, why are they different than other salmon, and what are some tips for preparing them? We’ll cover all that and more as we head to the delta of the Copper Riv…
 
Jeff Mauro stops by the show today to talk about his new cookbook "Come On Over" and share tips for cooking for a crowd. We also had a lot of fun talking about the world-famous Lake Michigan smelt harvest, the malaise that is banana-flavored popsicles, and the great filbert vs. hazelnut debate. For complete show notes on this episode, visit https:/…
 
On today's smorgasbord episode we head down to New Orleans to talk with Liz Williams at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, pick up a couple of tips for find gear and organizing recipes from a listener, take a closer look at fenugreek, and wrap everything up with a new cookbook giveaway. For complete show notes on this episode, visit https://kit…
 
Today I get back into the kitchen for a "Let's Cook" episode! This will be my first time cooking Butter Chicken. I've had it several times at Indian Restaurants, but I have never cooked it myself (for the record, I have not made Chicken Tikka Masala either, and these dishes are closely related). I was thrilled with how it turned out and will defini…
 
On today's episode I welcome Josephine Caminos Oría, author and founder of La Dorita Cooks, to talk about her new book "Sobremesa: A Memoir of Food and Love in Thirteen Courses." Josephine talks about her Argentine-American upbringing, sharing stories around the family table, passing recipes through the generations (culinary time travel), and some …
 
Today on the show I welcome food journalist and artist extraordinaire Stacy Michelson to talk about her super-cool new book “Eat This Book: Knowledge to Feed Your Appetite + Inspire Your Next Meal.” If you like funky hand-drawn art, food, and factoids then you are going to LOVE this book. I am finding crazy new food facts and useful cooking tips on…
 
On today's show I welcome back Eatsperience Madrid co-founder and cooking coach, Isotta Peira, to talk about a recipe that is near and dear to her heart: pesto. Growing up in the birthplace of basil pesto and having learned the recipe from her Nonna, Isotta shares just what makes it special along with some easy and fun variations. For complete show…
 
Today I welcome my friend Jairo back to the show to talk about one of his newfound labors of love: empanadas. We focus on the Colombian style of empanada, notably with a crust made of corn masa and then fried. In the first part we talk about our experience with and history of empanadas and in the second half we head to the kitchen where Jairo teach…
 
Kate Johnson, cheesemaking guru and founder of The Art of Cheese, joins us today to give us all the basics for making your own cheese at home. Learn about the three general types of cheese, varieties of milk and other special ingredients, and equipment you need to get started. Whether you've never attempted your own cheese, or have dabbled a bit, I…
 
On today's smorgasbord episode we tackle a couple of Instant Pot questions, I share my new favorite pie crust recipe, and I talk about the new giveaway system for the show. For complete show notes on this episode, visit https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/175 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpodcast Twitter: …
 
Today on the show, Natasha Ho, master-trained chef and founder of The Well-Traveled Palate, stops by to chat about a perennial hot topic for home cooks. How do we take smart risks with our cooking so we can become better improvisers in the kitchen? Natasha and I bond over our fondness for left-over fat, talk about simple ingredient swaps you can ma…
 
Today on the show we are traveling to the Middle East to explore one of the most iconic and culturally significant dishes of the region: hummus. Chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic and olive combine to make a universally acclaimed food that equally at home at the lunch table as it is in the supermarket aisle. For complete show notes on this epis…
 
Welp. We made it to 2021. Should you be cooking at home in 2021? Uh, yes. Yes you should. Time for a smorgasbord! For complete show notes on this episode, visit https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/172 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpodcast Twitter: @TKCpodcast Email: feedback@kitchencounterpodcast.com…
 
Let's hop into the kitchen to do a little baking today. One of my favorite special occasion treats is homemade cinnamon rolls. With the holidays upon us what better time to roll up our sleeves and get some flour all over the place? We also talk a little about the star of the show, cinnamon, for a spice deep dive. For complete show notes on this epi…
 
On today's show I welcome Eatsperience Madrid co-founder and cooking coach, Isotta Peira, to talk about fusion cuisine for home cooks. Isotta and I have quite a lot in common, not least of which is a passion to help people get in their kitchens and cook. We sit down for a trans-Atlantic conversation about how to start cooking "fusion" in your home …
 
We are knee-deep in comfort food season here at the Kitchen Counter, so I am going to chat about an oft-requested recipe, chicken pot pie. I also know there is a lot of interest in spices in general, so for our second segment I do a deeper dive into one particular spice: cloves. For complete show notes on this episode, visit http://kitchencounterpo…
 
It's time for another Kitchen Counter Podcast Halloween special! Let me ask you a question: what's the weirdest sandwich you've ever eaten, or even heard of? Yeah? Let me tell you, it's got nothing on the monstrosities we brought to life for this episode. I think I'm going to bury that diabolical sandwich machine where no one can find it again... F…
 
Fish lovers rejoice! Rich and Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea join me on the show to give their best tips for cooking up salmon, black cod, and halibut. They also share their background as a third-generation fishing family. You know if anyone knows how to cook fish up right, it's the people that catch it for a living and eat it all year round. For complet…
 
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