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23 minutes | 5 days ago
Episode 48: Thanksgiving Leftovers
Pam, Maddy, and John wax on about some of our favorite Thanksgiving leftover recipes. With too many recipes to mention, simply check out cuisineathome.com for flavorful ideas for turning your leftovers into tasty meals in no time!
28 minutes | 12 days ago
Episode 47: Downsized Thanksgiving Must-Haves
Doesn't everyone have a favorite must-have dish for Thanksgiving? And this year, since so many of us having a down-sized holiday, it's especially easy to see what dishes we "can't live without!". Our staff shares what makes the cut according to them, plus we dish about ideas for executing an easy and doable down-sized feast.
44 minutes | 19 days ago
Episode 46: Holiday Issue
Pam, Maddy, and Teresa take you through our Holiday Issue. With Thanksgiving and Christmas as the backdrop, there's so much to discuss. Starting with sweets, there are cookies (each recipe developer created one) and a stunning but relatively simple cake (that can easily serve as your holiday table centerpiece), plus holiday apps (which, again, each developer added one to the mix), homemade sweet vermouth, cinnamon-scented breakfast bakes, soups, prime rib and Yorkshire pudding, Nan's-inspired Thanksgiving feast, and a fun yet approachable gifting guide. There really is something for everyone in this issue. And for more holiday inspiration, visit our website, cuisineathome.com
21 minutes | a month ago
Episode 45: Peanut Butter
Maddy and Robin converse about their favorite nut butter — peanut butter! Robin shares tales of the dreamy Peanut Butter Pie she made, which is featured in our Fall issue. While Maddy waxes on about the four cocktails she and Haley concocted with Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey — they're featured in that same Fall issue. Take a listen and you might just dive into your jar of PB tonight!
27 minutes | a month ago
Episode 44: Comfort Food
Robin, Maddy, and Pam get in the comfort zone. They talk mac 'n cheese, cheeseburgers, cheesy potato soup, meatloaf, biscuits & gravy, chicken & noodles, chicken casserole, fried chicken, pizza, cinnamon rolls, scones, pie, homemade bread, and maybe more. Get comfortable with Cuisine's help, check out cuisineathome.com for recipes and inspiration!
24 minutes | a month ago
Episode 43: Apple and Pumpkin
Maddy, Robin, and Pam have a lively discussion about two of fall's favorite ingredients: apples and pumpkins. They even chat about polarizing pumpkin spice! The best part is they wax on about some of their favorite Cuisine recipes featuring apples or pumpkins. If you're looking for some inspiration, here are a few they discussed: French Custard-Apple Pie, Apple Cider Doughnuts, Skillet Pork Medallions and Apples, Skillet-Fried Pork Chops and Apples, Pumpkin Dip, Pumpkin Gnocchi, Pumpkin Soup, Pumpkin Bread with Cream Cheese Streusel, Pumpkin Pasta, and Pumpkin Bars with Oreo Crust. And for more inspiration, check out cuisineathome.com.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 42: Homegating with Cuisine
Maddy, Chris, and Pam talk tailgating at home (aka homegating). Dips, ribs, dogs, brats, chili, beer, Bloody Marys, and cheese boards, the options are endless. For some healthy options, check out our Sweet Potato Skins, Buffalo Cauliflower, Avocado Hummus, and Chicken Sliders. And for a beer-inspired tailgating spread, we have Mexican Beer Chili, Ale Mac 'n Cheese, Jalapeno Poppers, and Beer Punch.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 41: The "Recipe" Development Process - Part 3
Teresa and Chris share their development process with Pam. While they're not developing recipes as a rule, they each have a process that brings our recipes to life, so to speak, in the form of food photography. Teresa and Chris walk you through the photo styling and photography process. So, if you've ever wondered what it's like to work at food magazine, this takes you into the studio and gives you an idea of some of our day-to-day endeavors.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 40: The Recipe Development Process - Part 2
John and Robin share their recipe development process with Pam. If you've ever wondered what it's like to work at food magazine, this takes you into the kitchens and gives you an idea of some of our day-to-day endeavors.
30 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 39: The Recipe Development Process - Part 1
Pam, Maddy, and Haley discuss what recipe development means and share their own process. If you've ever wondered what it's like to work at food magazine, this takes you into the kitchens and gives you an idea of some of our day-to-day endeavors.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 38 - Quick-Fix Lunches
Pam, Haley, and Maddy get into fast-to-fix lunch options. With back-to-school season many are trying to think of quick and easy meal options. Maddy tells us how she makes her own bento-box style "lunchable" for her daughter and suggests a really quick Loose Meat Sandwich for lunch. One of Pam's fave go-to's is an easy chickpea "salad" similar to Cuisine's Greek Chickpea Bowl. And check out her article for cooking chickpeas in an Instant Pot. Pam also talks up our Black Bean Tacos, Green Lentils & Couscous, Chicken Banh Mi Wraps, and Thai Chicken Salad Wraps. Haley spearheads a lively discussion about quesadillas, nachos, eggs, and chili and ways to turn that mainstay into many meal options. Of course, popcorn is another lunch alternative. Maddy reminds us not to forget super fast pasta and our Chicken & Bacon Burritos, one of her faves! Lunch anyone?!
51 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 37 - Cuisine Chats with Aliza Green — Chef, Author, Culinary Tour Leader
Pam chats with the accomplished chef, James Beard award winning author, and culinary tour leader, Aliza Green. Based on a recipe from her latest book, Starting with Ingredients: 100 Delicious Ways to Make Use of What You've Got, Aliza filmed a cooking demonstration making her Cheddar Cheese Biscuits for Cuisine's Must Love Food Cookbook Summit. The release of her book is certainly timely, given the challenges we're facing this year — being flexible and adaptable in the kitchen and using up what we have speaks to us all. We talk a little about her video, but Aliza shares so much more — from tales of being a trailblazer in professional kitchens in the 70's and writing some essential encyclopedic-like culinary books to her more recent endeavors leading culinary tours. Aliza has led a fascinating life and you'll definitely want to give this one a listen!
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 36 - Childhood Treats Chat
Pam, Haley, and Maddy chat about their Childhood Treats article featured in our September/October 2020 issue. Haley's on Pop-Tarts, Maddy's on Animal Cookies, and Pam's on Graham Crackers. And while this isn't a typical back-to-school year, there's no reason not to make these treats for any little ones in your life (or for yourselves, especially if you want to get all nostalgic). We also have a couple of other classic treats on our website that are totally worth making: Cocoa Dunkers with Vanilla Cream Filling (you'll know what they replicate) and Golden Twinkle Snack Cakes (again, not hard to connect the inspiration!)!
39 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 35 - Cuisine at Home + Dirty, Lazy, Keto
Pam is joined by Stephanie Laska, author and founder of Dirty, Lazy, Keto (DLK). Stephanie is one of the authors featured in our Must Love Food Cookbook Summit. In her video, Stephanie shares her story of how, in her dirty, lazy, keto way, she lost 140 lb. and has kept it off for over seven years. In her video, she makes her taste-rockin' Friday-Night Wings with Big-Bang Sauce and shares some tips and products she's found to be helpful. Stephanie has written several DLK cookbooks and she also has a podcast, Dirty, Lazy, Girl. If you don't know Stephanie, or even if you do, she's quite inspirational, and fun(ny) — this is worth a listen (and her video is worth a watch)!
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 34: Oh-So Sweet Corn
Pam, Robin, and Maddy wax poetic about sweet corn — the love of late summer. Robin tells tales of detasseling corn, Maddy talks about running (and her cousin driving) through the corn rows at her uncle's farm, and Pam talks up New Jersey's (aka the Garden State's) dream-worthy sweet corn. We share our favorite ways to cook and eat corn (and Maddy gives a great tip on steam-baking whole, unshucked, ears of corn—bake it at 350 for 30 minutes). Some of our favorite Cuisine corn-centric recipes are: Grilled Sweet Corn with Basil Lime Butter, Pimento Cheese Butter, Grilled Corn Salad, Pickled Sweet Corn with Peaches & Red Onion, Bacon & Sweet Corn Pasta, Maque Choux with Edamame and Sherry, Corn Chowder, and Sweet Corn Budini with Fresh Basil.
30 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 33: PASTALICIOUS
Pam, Teresa, and Robin talk all things homemade pasta. Robin shares a few highlights from her Pasta Basics Cooking Class (using our Basic Pasta Dough recipe), where she shows how to make fettuccine, tortellini, and ravioli, Teresa talks about how to make her Nonna's cavatelli without a pasta machine (using that same Basic Pasta Dough). Her story is featured both online at cusineathome.com and in our September/October 2020 issue, plus Teresa talks about making lots of other pasta shapes with her family and one of her favorite sauces is a ragu (so we're sharing one of Cuisine's that Pam developed - Instant Pot Pork Ragu). And Pam reminisces about making and mastering gnocchi.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 32: Fair Food Fun
Maddy, John, and Robin have a lively discussion about judging food over the years at the Iowa State Fair, Cuisine's sponsorship of a corn contest at the Fair (and a few recipe highlights, such as Sweet Corn Ice Cream and Whoopie Pies), some of Cuisine's fair food recreations (check out your July/August issue for the Fair Foods story), and their favorite must-have treats when they go to the fair, including Corn Dogs and Cheese Curds,
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 31: 2020 Fall Issue Rundown
Pam "sits" down with Maddy and Haley to celebrate finalizing another issue while working from home — they briefly touch upon the highlights to come in the September/October 2020 issue.
35 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 30: Cuisine at Home's Online Cooking Classes
Pam chats with John and Robin about the online classes they're teaching every month. We highlight what's to come, what's already been done, how people can sign up, pricing, etc. We digress a little and discuss our favorite pies: Cherry Pie, Blueberry Pie, Peach Pie, Pecan Pie, Apple Pie, and Pumpkin Pie, among others (as there were two pie classes—crust and fillings) and our favorite cakes, including Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Brooklyn Blackout Cake, Old-Fashioned Chocolate Cake, Angel Food Cake, Carrot Cake, and more (because as it turns out, Robin's favorite thing to bake is cake). Listen and maybe subscribe and watch these two naturals in action.
53 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 29: Cuisine at Home's Pam and Haley chat with Zestful Kitchen's Lauren Grant
Pam and Haley chat with Lauren Grant, former Cuisiner, founder of Zestful Kitchen (ZK). Our former colleague has become a full-time influencer and freelancer. Lauren shares her journey of building ZK from the ground up as a passion project while in school to a now successful self-sustaining, albeit still somewhat new and growing brand. We all reminisce and divulge what some of our favorite cuisine recipes are: Cashew Cream Caesar Dressing, Vietnamese Noodle Salad, Couch Potato Soup, Chicken Spiedies, Homemade Pastrami, Apricot & Almond Kringle, and Bulgogi Jerky and Lauren tells us that one her favorite ZK recipes is her Blood Orange Boston Sour (which leads us on a discussion of aquafaba and an article Pam wrote, "What is Aquafaba and How to Use It." Lauren also mentions that three of her most popular recipes on ZK are: Healthy Skillet Cornbread, Blueberry Lemon-Curd Tart, and Saucy Gochujang Noodles. There's so much more the three discuss about the world of creating food content for the web and print publications and all that goes into it. This is one episode you won't want to miss!
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