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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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Samin Nosrat & Hrishikesh Hirway

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From Samin Nosrat (chef and author of the cookbook Salt Fat Acid Heat) and Hrishikesh Hirway (creator and host of the podcast Song Exploder), Home Cooking is a mini-series to help you figure out what to cook—and keep you company—during the quarantine. If you need help or just want some creative inspiration for your kitchen, we’ve got you covered. Do you have a quarantine cooking question, story, or anxiety you want to share with us? Send a voice memo to us at alittlehomecooking@gmail.com, or ...
 
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On today's show we have a very special guest who joins us for a conversation about artificial intelligence chatbots in the kitchen. World-famous chatbot ChatGPT is here (sort of) to share how home cooks can use chatbots to help meal plan, find ingredient substitutions, learn about food history, generate recipes on the fly, and so much more. Oh, it'…
 
Fragrant, warm and spicy, luscious and creamy; It’s everything you want in a bowl on a cool, damp winter evening. Raid your pantry and you can have this British take on Indian comfort food on your table in under an hour. On today’s episode we’ll cook Mulligatawny. https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/222 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www…
 
On today's episode we welcome back Rich and Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea to talk about black cod, a.k.a. sablefish. This deep ocean fish is silky, rich, and full of Omega-3 acids. What makes it different from other fish caught in Alaska, and how can a home cook get the best results when preparing it? We cover it all as we go deep on black cod with Sena…
 
It’s Thanksgiving, and so, like giblets and your racist aunt, this is the only time this year that you’ll have to deal with us. Welcome to the first (and possibly only) installment of our chill era, featuring our favorite retired food scientist, Dr. Sumesh Uncle Hirway.Di Samin Nosrat & Hrishikesh Hirway
 
Thanksgiving is just around the corner here in the U.S., so it's time dust off our pie pans and figure out our turkey plans. On today's episode we start with dessert first! We'll talk pies with Genevieve Ko of the New York Times Cooking. Then we check in with bonafide Butterball Turkey Talk-Line Expert Samantha Woulfe for some bird-flavored tips an…
 
The Halloween special is back! Once again Chris joins me in the dining room and we do a tasting of a wide variety of snacks (we use that term loosely here). Some were surprisingly gross, some better than we expected. It was all a lot of fun! https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/219 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchenco…
 
On today's Smorgasbord episode we take a look at the delicious combination of Vietnamese caramel sauce and brussels sprouts. Then we learn how to make your stainless steel cookware less "sticky" by taking advantage of the Leidenfrost Effect. We wrap up with a short review of Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley's excellent book, "The Sioux Chef's Indigenou…
 
Hot days give way to cool evenings as the season transitions from summer to autumn. It’s the perfect time for a light comfort dish. Today we are heading to the kitchen to cook a favorite North Indian dish of red lentils, onions, tomatoes and spices called Masoor Dal. The recipe is simple enough to make on a weeknight and the bright spices will warm…
 
Preserving food by canning can be an extremely rewarding pursuit. It can also seem complicated, mysterious, or even a bit scary to anyone who has never done it. In today's episode we take a high-level look at canning, including basic concepts, equipment, and the importance of using trusted, tested safe recipes. https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/216…
 
Knives are the workhorses of the home kitchen. No matter what you plan to cook, chances are a knife will be involved in the preparation of your meal. While a knife won't directly impact how your food tastes, a good sharp knife can make your time in the kitchen safer and much more enjoyable. In this episode we'll take a look at different types of kn…
 
These buttery sponge cakes masquerading as delightful shell-shaped cookies are one of my favorite sweets. Madeleines are perfect with a cup of tea or coffee, or as a unique treat at your next get-together. They aren't easy to find, but they are relatively easy to make. With a few common pantry ingredients and a madeleine mold, you can bake up a bat…
 
On today's episode we head into the kitchen with some essential Caribbean ingredients to make one of Puerto Rico's signature dishes. Mofongo is a comforting plate of fried green plantains, pork cracklins, and garlic all mashed together and served with a sauce or soup. It's an easy dish that can be put together for a weeknight meal or incorporated i…
 
Long-grain, short-grain, brown, white, black and red. Converted or minute? The rice section in your typical grocery store has a wide variety of rice and rice products and can be confusing for home cooks. On today's episode we unpack some of the terms and varieties associated with one of the world's most popular grains. https://kitchencounterpodcast…
 
It seems practically every culture in the world has come up with their own version of fried dough, from Akara of West Africa to the Zeppole of Italy. Today we are heading into the kitchen for a live-cooking episode, and my take on Caribbean-style johnny cakes inspired by my recent trip to St. Croix, USVI. https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/211 Conne…
 
On today's smorgasbord episode we talk about flavored oils, review Elizabeth Williams' great new book "Nana's Creole Italian Table," and take a look at a favorite cut of beef for grilling, the tri-tip roast. https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/210 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpodcast Instagram: https://ww…
 
Olive lovers unite! On today's episode we go deep, and I mean really deep, into the bitter fruit that has been revered for millenia. I'm joined by fellow olive lovers Seth Heasley and Don Landis of Don's Olives in Sebastopol California. Don delivers a master class on the olive, including what to look for in olive oil, how commercial olives are manu…
 
On today's episode Christine Pittman from Cook the Story and the Recipe of the Day Podcast stops by the show to talk about one her favorite cooking techniques, the reverse sear. I gush about one of my favorite (and most underrated) kitchen tools, and talk about one of my favorite preparations for cooking a whole chicken: spatchcocking. https://kitc…
 
No matter the skill or passion a home cook has, at one point or another they will have to wrestle with burnout. Maybe exhaustion has set in and you don't have the energy to cook. Perhaps you are just bored of cooking the same old dinners. On today's episode we'll chat with Margaux Laskey of the New York Times about easy recipes for peak burnout, an…
 
In today's episode my friend Alice Carbone Tench stops by to talk about her approach to plant-based Italian cooking, her love for peperonata and other Italian favorites, and her new cookbook "Eating Again: The Food That Healed Me." https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/206 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencounterpodca…
 
Spring is around the corner so it's time to shift our focus to some of the seasonal produce that will be soon be heading our way. March through May is peak time for artichokes, so today we take a look at the edible thistle that might be a mystery for many home cooks. We'll learn about the different parts of the vegetable, how to prep them, and a co…
 
On today's smorgasbord we talk about the Sumo Citrus, cooking with bacon grease, and making an easy sauce with dried chiles. We also hear from our friends at SoFAB with a new segment called "Meat and Three." For show notes on this episode, https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/204 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitchencoun…
 
On today's episode we dig into the wide world of root vegetables. We'll explore the difference between the varieties of root vegetables, including tubers and rhizomes, and some common culinary uses. We also have a recipe for a delicious honey roasted parsnip and celeriac puree! So rustle up some rutabagas, track down some turnips, and have some fun…
 
Welcome to 2022! On today's smorgasbord episode we talk about preserving lemons, recipes from Africa, and cooking prompts to get our creativity flowing. We also cover a few show updates and some fun things to keep your eye out for. For show notes on this episode, https://kitchencounterpodcast.com/202 Connect with the show at: Facebook: https://www.…
 
We are deep into December, which means we are in full on holiday mode here at TKC headquarters. What better way to enjoy some holiday podcast goodness than by inviting some friends by to share a few recipe ideas? We'll visit Yewande Komolafe and learn about her hibiscus-spiraled ginger cookies. Then it's off to New Orleans with Bryan Dias to talk m…
 
Today on the show fifth-generation chicken keeper and all-around egg expert Lisa Steele joins me to crack open the essentials that every home cook should know about eggs. Lisa is passionate about eggs (and chickens) and runs the excellent website Fresh Eggs Daily and her new "The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook" comes out in February of 2022. So grab a g…
 
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