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A last-minute party with no menu inspiration. A kitchen with no space. A toddler who will only eat buttered pasta. Name your dinner emergency—Bon Appétit is here to help. Dinner SOS is the podcast where we answer desperate home cooks' cries for help. In every episode, food director Chris Morocco and a rotating cast of cooking experts tackle a highly specific conundrum and present two solutions. The caller will pick one, cook through it, and let us know if we successfully helped rescue dinner ...
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Celebrate "Bon Appétit's" first-ever 'Culture Issue' at this event featuring Editor-in-Chief Adam Rapoport, Creative Director Alex Grossman, and photographers Peden + Munk. They'll discuss how the issue was shot using iPhone and share their tips and tricks for capturing beautiful food images with your iPhone.
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Almost every parent has a moment when making dinner for their families feels daunting or downright demoralizing. And here at Dinner SOS, we get tons of emails from parents looking for inspiration and guidance. So Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn, food writers and hosts of the podcast Didn't I Just Feed You? join Chris to commiserate—and to answer so…
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Abby has a vegetable skeptic in her house. But it's not her two young children, it's her husband, Trent. So Chris enlists Top Chef Canada host and cookbook author Eden Grinshpan to help Abby find creative ways to make vegetables seem more appealing to Trent — and, by extension, their toddler. RECIPES: Whole Roasted Broccoli with Romesco, Almonds, a…
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Nico and Natalie love cooking together. But since Natalie developed a dairy intolerance, cooking their favorite dishes just hasn't been the same. Chris and vegan chef Chrissy Tracey help Nico and Natalie navigate the world of dairy substitutes to satisfy their creamy cravings. RECIPES Vegan Cacio e Pepe Chewy Date and Dark Chocolate Cookies…
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The May issue of Bon Appetit celebrates all things beverages — from recipes that use vodka in unconventional ways to 15 cocktails you can make with just 5 bottles of booze. So here on Dinner SOS, we're joining the party! Shilpa joins Chris for a deep dive into the issue's cocktail recipes and a mailbag full of listener questions about alcoholic and…
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You might know Michele Norris from her work as a journalist (including a decade-plus stint at NPR, where she co-hosted “All Things Considered”). You might know her from her Peabody Award-winning Race Card Project, or the two books she’s authored. Or you might know her as the host of the podcast Your Mama’s Kitchen. Michele joined Chris for a conver…
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Gabe and her husband have befriended an American couple in Treviso, Italy, where they all live. In order to give them a taste of home, Gabe would love to cook her new friends an American meal. But what typifies American food? And how can she source the right ingredients in the Veneto? Chris enlists the help of Bon Appetit's resident Aussie, Adam Mo…
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Most weeks on the show, we help out home cooks who have had a kitchen fail. This week, the "fail" is coming from inside the test kitchen. Test Kitchen Editor Kendra Vaculin joins Chris to chat about the fraught recipe development process of Kendra's Foolproof Lemon Bars — which was caught on camera as part of our "How I Developed" video series. Chr…
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Izzy and Nina are twin sisters who love to cook together. But while Izzy loves baking, Nina finds the precision it requires endlessly frustrating. So Izzy's got one more shot to get Nina to love baking with her. Chris and Shilpa come to their rescue, helping the sisters capture the joy of baked goods that taste even better from your own kitchen tha…
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Dan Pashman, of The Sporkful podcast, is somewhat of a pasta fanatic. In 2021, he invented the pasta shape Cascatelli (and documented the process on his show). Now, he's back with a cookbook, Anything's Pastable. He joined Chris to nerd out about pasta and answer some listener questions. Recipes: Cacio e Pepe Baked Pasta Ideas Ideas for Using Groun…
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Erin is an accomplished baker who regularly makes both meringue and lemon curd. But when she tried a lemon meringue pie recipe last year, it turned into lemon meringue soup. Chris and Shilpa are on the case to help Erin figure out what went wrong and make a citrus pie that will hold its shape and delight her friends. The Recipes: BA's Lemon Meringu…
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Michelle loves all things French, and dreams of making the perfect Beef Bourguignon at home. But there's a slight issue: her husband has an intolerance to garlic and onions, the bedrocks of French flavor. Chris enlists the help of Chef Tanya Holland to teach Michelle how to develop deep umami flavors without alliums. The Recipes: - Tanya's Chicken …
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Sarah's family loves pasta... almost too much. So she turned to Chris and Kendra for help finding vegetarian meals that bring more veggies and plant-based protein to the table. Recipes Mentioned: Sheet-Pan Tomatoes and Feta with Chickpeas Spring Orzotto Crispy Tofu with Peanut Sauce Brothy Pasta with Chickpeas Black Pepper Tofu and Asparagus Sesame…
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Whether you're in a relationship or not, the question of what—and where—to eat on Valentine's Day can feel overwhelming. Out or in? Fancy or casual? Chris, Shilpa, and Kate solve this perennial dinner emergency once and for all. Dinner Ideas from Bon Appetit and Epicurious: Valentine's Dinner Ideas That Make the Case for Staying In Valentine's Day …
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Twenty one countries make up Latin America—and within those countries lies myriad food cultures, recipes, and histories. This week, Women Who Travel host Lale Arikoglu chats with guest Sandra A. Gutierrez about her latest cookbook Latinísimo: Home Recipes from the Twenty-One Countries of Latin America, an encyclopedic exploration of the region thro…
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Kaylee inherited a tagine from her husband's family, but her first attempt to cook in it was a total fail. Chris enlists Leetal and Ron Arazi of New York Shuk to teach Kaylee about the Middle Eastern and North African flavors and cooking techniques she'll need to make incredible tagines, every time. Recipes & Links: Braised Chicken with Harissa and…
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Our caller this week, Maya, really thinks about how she cooks. She’s identified more than a dozen types of recipes that she knows she can rely on, and even adapt. But, she’s in search of more like these. She wants more meal frameworks that will allow her to think outside the bounds of following a recipe. So, Chris taps Claire Saffitz to help Maya d…
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Tobi lives in the Alaskan interior, and her partner is an avid hunter, so they have a lot of game meat in their freezer — 90 pounds of moose meat, to be specific. So Chris, along with Elias Cairo of Olympia Provisions, helps Tobi to learn how the (moose) sausage gets made. RECIPES & LINKS Spicy Italian Sausage Brad Leone and his Dad Make Venison Ki…
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Making dough has left Eddie embarrassed on more than one occasion. He's tried making his own pasta and naan – he's even tried leavened flatbread. All these experiences left him confused and frustrated. But, Eddie has not given up yet, he still wants to be able to whip up pasta from scratch. Naturally, Chris enlists Shilpa's baking genius to boost E…
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Winter cooking calls for low-and-slow braises, baking projects, and embracing ease and warmth. So Chris, Kendra, and Jesse are here to answer all your questions about cooking more cozily. RECIPES & LINKS Brisket Bourguignon Eggplant Biryani Cheesy Roasted Cabbage Wedges Slow-Roasted Salmon with Fennel, Citrus, and Chiles Gremolata Crispy Tofu with …
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"In the years since the pandemic began, the experience of dining out has been utterly transformed. Coveted tables now disappear seconds after they’re released, and influencers dictate what’s in demand—or even what’s on the menu. On this episode of Critics at Large, the staff writers Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz make sense of…
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Kathryn is a mom of four hoping to start a delicious, new Christmas morning tradition. So Chris and Shilpa Uskokovic team up to help Kathryn with the makeahead breakfast of her family's dreams. RECIPES: - Breakfast Crunchwrap for a Crowd - Cowboy Breakfast Casserole with Sausage and Spinach - Biscuits and Gravy…
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Ruby loves her role as the Christmas Dinner chef for her in-laws, but she's working with a range of dietary restrictions that makes choosing a festive menu difficult. Chris and Hana Asbrink put their heads together to help Ruby find recipes that satisfy everyone, so making this holiday dinner can remain a joyful endeavor year after year. RECIPES: -…
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Inés Anguiano, Rachel Gurjar, and Kendra Vaculin join Chris to talk about what they love and don't love about cookies, plug their favorite cookies developed in the Test Kitchen this year, and answer some listener questions! THE COOKIES: - Rachel's Chile-Cheese Cookies - Kendra's Matcha Swirl Spritz Cookies - Inés's Baklava Sugar Cookies - Jesse's S…
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Chris, Maggie Hoffman, Jesse Szewczyk, and Kate Kassin spent an afternoon on the Dinner SOS Hotline, helping listeners like you solve their Thanksgiving emergencies. Check out yesterday's episode for even more listener questions. THE RECIPES: - A Kosher, Meatless Thanksgiving: Roasted Salmon with Citrus Salsa Verde, Foolproof Fish with Spiced Chick…
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