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44 minutes | 4 days ago
139: How to Make Muffins — and Why You Should
In this episode, we go over how to make muffins and why you should. The most flexible of the quick bread batters, muffins can be made sweet or savory, serious or fun, for breakfast, snack time or lunch. You can make them ahead, you only need one bowl, they freeze well, and most importantly, they bring serious food joy with very little work.
13 minutes | 8 days ago
M 13: Tips for Moving a Family
If you haven’t already heard, Meghan is moving her family back across the country from Boise, Idaho to Chattanooga, Tennessee next month. Even though she’s done one long haul move with a family of four, she asked our listeners group for their best advice and partnered with her own experience is giving advice for moving a family and packing your kitchen, plus what to eat along the way!
52 minutes | 11 days ago
138: All the Ways to Boost Flavor In Your Cooking
There’s no magic to great cooking, but there are some tricks of the trade that can help any cook improve their final dish. From applying high heat to using spices in layers, these are our favorite ways to boost flavor in your cooking.
37 minutes | 18 days ago
137: Intersectional Environmentalism and Feeding Our Families
Many parents feel pressure to be more eco-friendly in the kitchen, but is that a viable answer to the climate crisis? We speak with environmental educator Isaias Hernandez of @queerbrownvegan about adopting an intersectional lens to better understand the relationship between environmentalism and feeding our families, and to empower manageable action in a quest to be more eco-friendly.
32 minutes | 25 days ago
136: What One Year of Quarantine Cooking Taught Us
Feels like just yesterday we we’re publishing a mini episode on emergency readiness for your kitchen and quietly preparing for a few weeks of lockdown. One year into pandemic life, we’re taking a look back at what quarantine has taught us about feeding our families, grocery shopping, and ourselves.
42 minutes | a month ago
135: How to Cook Like A Restaurant Chef With Christine Gallary
Food at restaurants just tastes better, it isn’t just that someone else cooked the food either. Chefs know lots of little tricks for prepping, cooking, and serving food. It takes a special kind of magic and skill to turn chef’s dishes into recipes that home cooks can master, and this week’s guest Christine Gallary has all that and more. Christine is one of Meghan’s colleagues at Kitchn.com, but she spent the last 3 years working on an epic Chinese food cookbook. She distills everything she learned to help us cook better too.
28 minutes | a month ago
134: How to Make Dips a Legit Family Meal
Everyone loves a great dip — especially kids — and making it a part of dinner adds much needed fun to the table. While we’ll never complain about eating chips and guac as a meal, we have tips for how to serve dips in a way that turns them into a well-rounded meal that satisfies everyone, even picky eaters.
20 minutes | a month ago
M12: Lunch Updates For Returning To School
Both Stacie and Meghan’s kids are headed back to school full time this spring. With Covid precautions in place, they’re both making adjustments to changed lunch room protocols and just straight up getting back in the swing of packing lunches 5 days a week. This month’s mini episode is a a little look at our current routine and what things we are doing a little different for a new lunch room landscape.
50 minutes | a month ago
133: What We're Cooking and Eating Now, Spring 2021
A new season calls for a new round of what we’re cooking and eating now. Meghan’s moving fast into spring with big, chopped salads while Stacie hangs a bit longer in the space between winter and spring. Yet! There’s so much overlap in the flavors and ingredients we’re cooking with these days.
58 minutes | 2 months ago
132: How to Clean as You Go While Cooking with Taryn Williford
One of the hardest parts of cooking is the cleaning that ensues, so it’s no surprise that we’re regularly asked about how to best clean as you go. We chat with cleaning expert Taryn Williford about how to set yourself up to cook without creating a huge mess — or at least without creating a mess that makes you feel overwhelmed and like you’d rather never cook again.
40 minutes | 2 months ago
131: Going Vegan with Kids Dr. Reshma Shah and Brenda Davis RD
One of the most common parent questions about plant-based eating — from vegan, vegetarian, and omnivore parents alike — is whether a solely plant-based diet is safe. In our first episode in a series exploring the many ways to delve into plant-based eating as a family, we speak to two experts about the health and safety of veganism and vegetarianism for kids at every age. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
130: How to Make Biscuits with Erika Council
Meghan and her biscuits mentor, Erika Council, are spilling their secrets on how to make biscuits — even if you haven’t made them ever before. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24 minutes | 2 months ago
FUN SIZE: How to Go Dairy Free
You just found out that you or someone you cook for has to go dairy free. Now what? Stacie shares her experience of this very scenario, along with helpful tips and her favorite dairy-free products, which is pretty much everything you need to stay calm and get started. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
44 minutes | 2 months ago
129: Essential Cookware For Family Kitchens
In this episode, we (mostly) put our food professional selves aside and define a list of essential cookware for busy home cooks. Whether you’re outfitting a new home, splitting up from a partner and need new stuff, or just want to get a new damn pot (because so much cooking), we tell you everything you need — and don’t need. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | 3 months ago
128: All the Ways to Turn Freezer Shortcuts Into Dinner
We almost called this episode: how to not f**king cook ever again. That’s where we are. If you’re with us, this episode is for you. Not because we can make cooking disappear, but because we brainstorm all the ways to whip up dinner using 6 of our favorite freezer shortcuts. Minimal cooking for the win — or at least for survival these days. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
35 minutes | 3 months ago
127: Meal Planning on a Budget
Meal planning is the best way to stick to your grocery budget, but are you planning your meals with a budget in mind? If not, you should be — no matter how little or much you have to spend on food every week — and we’re here to help you do that. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
66 minutes | 3 months ago
126: How to Get Your Kids to Like Fish
We can’t lie: we were a little nervous to tackle seafood since it seems that no matter what you say about feeding kids fish, someone has a hard eye roll. But by now, you know there are no magic answers — just tons of ideas for how to serve fish to kids. And good thing we have no shortage of those. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | 3 months ago
125: Easy Family Dinners That Always Win
Whatever you call them — magic meals, go-to’s, meals without tears, brainless crowdpleasers — we all have those back pocket dinners that are easy to make and always win with our families. And we all can use more of them. Because when a meal comes together in a snap, without any planning or fussing, AND everyone eats it happily, there can never be enough. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 minutes | 4 months ago
124: Why Your Blender is An Essential Kitchen Tool
Soups and smoothies aren’t the only things your blender is good for. It turns out, the blender is an all-purpose tool that can help you whip up everything from sauces to batters, fillings to snacks. We chat with blender aficionado Tess Masters, aka The Blender Girl, to learn how to make the most of any blender, from high-powdered to hand-held. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
123: Shortcuts For Well-Balanced Breakfasts
This year, we’re opting out of January’s onslaught of healthy eating content and going back to basics that we’re pretty sure everyone can agree on: the value of starting the day with a well-balanced meal. We’ll never ditch cereal (we’re not monsters!), but we are collecting fresh ideas for making quick, well-balanced breakfasts. And nothing that requires us to give up sleep is allowed.
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