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This is my podcast about me, my friends and my life stories. I've been learning English and it is a really good way to improve my speaking skills. Cover art photo provided by JJ Ying on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jjying
 
The Bon Appétit Foodcast covers it all: the restaurant scene across the country, a peek inside the minds of the world’s best chefs, the cooking techniques you should be trying out at home, and a behind-the-scenes look at how our writers and editors do what they do. The podcast is our moment to relax and chat... and get really opinionated about mac & cheese. And chicken wings. And butter. Episodes air every Wednesday.
 
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We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the fusion of fashion and celebrity culture. By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to includ…
 
We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the rise of the Downtown in New York City. By the mid 90’s, New York City had married the European couturier model with the commercial power of Seventh Avenue, and had begun…
 
In this special presentation, we’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan, and Stella McCartney. At the beginning of the 1990s, London’s fashion scene was sleepy and …
 
Today, we’re talking to two Black restaurant owners about their experience this past week as uprisings have erupted across the country in response to the killing of George Floyd and unchecked police brutality. Up first, Adam catches up with chef JJ Johnson of Fieldtrip, a fast-casual rice bowl shop in Harlem. After that, Priya Krishna calls Louis H…
 
Everyone is into sourdough right now—or looking desperately for store-bought yeast. But today, Sarah Jampel and Jesse Sparks are talking about the wonderful world of bread beyond yeast and how to achieve that chewy, bready texture without coveted yeast. After that, Tyler Kord reads his essay about cooking meals for frontline workers at his now-clos…
 
Gabe T. and Carla are back, sharing with Adam all the things they’ve been cooking since they've been at home. Then, Adam calls up Christina Chaey for another round of Over/Under, where she decides whether things like, cleaning the house, board games, and homemade sourdough, are overrated, underrated, or, well, just rated. Learn more about your ad c…
 
Spring is here, which means so are green garlic, leeks, onions, garlic, and ramps. Andy Baraghani talks us through several recipes he developed where alliums take center stage. Then, associate editor Hilary Cadigan calls up Deborah VanTrece, chef and owner of Twisted Soul in Atlanta. Hilary has been checking in with her regularly for our Restaurant…
 
Molly Baz and Adam Rapoport recently developed BA’s Best Chicken Parm, and here they go into detail about every decision that went into making their ultimate version. Then, GQ correspondent Brett Martin is on to talk about his Best New Restaurants list, which he finished reporting right as cities were locking down. Brett shares about his travels an…
 
This week, Healthyish is taking over the podcast with their Guide to Being Alone. First up, Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro interviews associate editor Christina Chaey about the smart strategies she's developed in shopping and cooking for herself. After that, Amanda calls contributor Hawa Hassan, who has been quarantining alone while still serving…
 
Yep, it's true. The Rice Wizards™ are back! For their fifth rice-centric installment, Carla and Amiel focus on what to do with leftovers. After that, we talk to chef and activist Reem Assil of Reem’s in the Bay Area. While she’s currently using her restaurants as commissary kitchens to feed the most vulnerable in her community, she’s also thinking …
 
Since the social distancing and stay-at-home mandates began, our food editors have been creating, testing, and shooting recipes in their home kitchens instead of in the BA Test Kitchen. Adam checks in with Chris Morocco and Sohla El-Waylly to talk about what it's been like to source ingredients, trust your own taste tests, and...do your own dishes.…
 
Whether you're eating with roommates, partners, or family in your home or planning a remote dinner where everyone dials in, Seder is still happening. And as always, Alison and Adam have some thoughts on the Seder menu. They weigh in on everything, from day-of matzo ball soup to matzo brei the next day. After that, we're airing a conversation record…
 
Like so many other business owners, chef Tom Colicchio had to lay off the vast majority of his employees in the wake of COVID-19. He immediately turned his attention to the government—he's no stranger to its complicated mechanics after years of advocacy work—and began working tirelessly to get the restaurant industry recognized in the $2 trillion s…
 
We're airing a special episode today as we're staying updated on the ever-evolving struggles of the restaurant industry during this time. We talk to Edward Lee, chef and owner of 610 Magnolia, Milkwood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as Succotash in Washington. D.C. Through the Lee Initiative, Ed has been addressing some of the de…
 
This week, we're checking in with contributing writer Priya Krishna, who is working remotely from her parents' home in Dallas. She tells us what they've been cooking (lentils are on heavy rotation!). After that, we're airing a conversation we recorded back when we were in the studio. It's with Andy Baraghani, and he goes deep on the recipes he deve…
 
For us at BA, we're all working from home for the foreseeable future, due the current COVID-19 situation. So this week, Adam and Carla check in with each other remotely and chat about how they're stocking their kitchens and what they're cooking. (We'll be doing this with a different editor each week as the news evolves.) After that, Carla is in the…
 
Basically editor Sarah Jampel is in the studio talking about the ten-week baking challenge rolling out right now on eatbasically.com. We’re halfway through, and she shares how it’s going so far. After that, Carla Lalli Music and Sohla El-Waylly explain how stocking up on food and cooking in light of coronavirus. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
Editorial assistant Jesse Sparks sits down with writer and cookbook author Klancy Miller who just launched For the Culture, a biannual magazine by and celebrating Black women in food and wine. They chat about what inspired her to start this endeavor, the challenges of raising money (you can donate here!), and how she hopes to build a real community…
 
Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro chats with Basically editor Sarah Jampel about the latest recipe for her column, The Not Depressing Vegetarian. It's a creamy vegan pasta made with canned beans—and it's delicious. This got us thinking: How else does Sarah employ the weeknight, protein-packed, shelf-stable staple? After that, Alex Delany is on for a…
 
We've got five new weeknight recipes that are exactly what you want to be eating right now: hearty, delicious, and built in a big Dutch oven. Molly Baz and Chris Morocco talk us through their latest creations. After that, we're airing two of the essays that were read during our live show a few weeks ago. Up first is Soups, Ranked, by Alex Beggs and…
 
This week's episode is dedicated to our March cover story: Taco Nation, with recipes, essays, timelines, and more. Up first, contributor Rick Martinez breaks down his recipes in the magazine: duck carnitas tacos, pork volcánes al pastor, and a no-fail formula for amazing salsas. Then, associate editor Hilary Cadigan chats with Dr. Steven Alvarez, w…
 
Test kitchen manager Gaby Melian has developed not one but three (!) empanada recipes for BA, and today we're talking through them. After that, it's time for another installment of the Feedbag, where we respond to letters, comments, and DMs from readers. Last but certainly not least, Alex Beggs is back with Cook, Marry, Kill. Learn more about your …
 
Lisa Cheng Smith runs Yun Hai, an online shop that sells Taiwanese pantry goods like fermented black beans and soy paste, sourced directly from Taiwan. She also hosts a Lunar New Year dinner every year—which is why we called upon her to create nine recipes celebrating just that. Contributing writer Priya Krishna talks to Lisa about when the traditi…
 
How's this for a new year's resolution: The Test Kitchen kicked off 2020 with a set of new sustainability guidelines. We wanted to do better when it comes to taking care of the environment, and this week Chris Morocco lays out how we're doing that at BA. After that, Basically editor Sarah Jampel and senior staff writer Alex Beggs talk all things ch…
 
Christina Chaey chats with Sonoko Sakai about making soba and her latest cookbook, Japanese Home Cooking, which the BA staff can’t get enough of. Then Brad Leone waxes poetic on an often-overlooked category of produce: root vegetables. Finally, it's Cook, Marry, Kill with Alex Beggs. On another note, join us for our next live podcast at the Bell Ho…
 
Happy New Year! Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro is chatting with Chris Morocco and Andy Baraghani about the recipes in our third annual Feel Good Food Plan. ICYMI, we’re cooking through ten days of delicious weeknight dinners starting January 2nd, a.k.a. tomorrow. It’s not a diet or a detox: It’s an all-star lineup of brand-new recipes guaranteed …
 
Carla Lalli Music and Gabe T. are in the studio with Adam, dreaming about about their ultimate (and hypothetical!) New Year's Eve party menus. From giant wedges of Parm to Spanish tortillas to braised short ribs, you'll definitely find some inspiration. After that, we're back with another installment of the Feedbad to respond to some of the letters…
 
Ezra Koenig is the lead singer and guitarist of Vampire Weekend. But he is also the host of Time Crisis, an internet radio show with a very deep cult-like following. This week, Carla and Adam talk to Ezra about the people who follow his band vs. his show, how he eats on tour, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adch…
 
Every year at BA, one lucky person is called upon to develop holiday cookies worthy of baking, swapping, eating, and gifting. This time around, that lucky person was Rick Martinez, and here he explains how he rose to the challenge of making sweets that look as good as they taste. Then, Alex Delany is back to share the three cocktails we should be d…
 
When are you supposed to salt mushrooms? How do you know when the wild ones are worth the splurge? Do you really need to clean them? Basically editor Sarah Jampel is answering all of your mushroom questions. Then, digital director Carey Polis chats with Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic, the owners of the iconic Heath Ceramics. Last but not least…
 
If you're a last-minute decision maker when it comes to Thanksgiving dessert, you've come to the right place. The one and only Chris Morocco developed three stunning, towering pies—lemon meringue, banana cream, and chocolate pudding—and here he walks us through how to make each one. After that, four staffers share their Thanksgiving stories. Learn …
 
This year, our big Thanksgiving feature in the November issue is based on our video series called Making Perfect. In both the magazine and videos, we challenged the food editors to make their best version of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, sides, and pie. Today, we chat with the editors about the dishes they were assigned…
 
This week, we’re going behind the scenes of It’s Alive, our video series that chronicles Brad Leone's fermentation experiments (and adventures) and is edited by Matt Hunziker. It was a big leap from videos we used to make—less hands in pans, more humor—so Brad and Hunzi sit with Adam to talk about the series' evolution. After that, we're reading le…
 
The newest member of our Test Kitchen team, Sohla El-Waylly, talks about her recent recipe for chicken thigh biryani based on her mom’s lamb version. It took a lot of testing to get it just right—and now it really is. After that, associate editor Hilary Cadigan chats with Donny Sirisavath, chef and owner of Khao Noodle shop in Dallas and this year'…
 
Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest left their NYC butcher shop and restaurant about two years ago. They were tired of the long hours and wanted to start a family. So they did just that and founded their own sausage company, J&E Small Goods, which they talk about with Carla Lalli Music. After that, Basically editor Sarah Jampel tells you everything yo…
 
We were lucky to have Yasmin Khan stop by the offices a few weeks ago, so we’re airing that conversation for you today as a bonus episode. Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro chats with Yasmin about her latest book, Zaitoun. It chronicles her travels throughout Palestine, sharing the stories and recipes of the people she met along the way. Learn more …
 
Alison Roman is back to talk about her new cookbook, Nothing Fancy, which just came out yesterday. It’s as beautiful as her first and filled with recipes developed around the idea of having people over. That’s right: not entertaining, just having people over. Here she explains how the book came together—and how hosting friends doesn’t have to be a …
 
Questlove just released his fifth book, Mixtape Potluck, which also happens to be his first cookbook. It's a collection of recipes from his friends—chefs, musicians, entertainers, and artists—and meant to inspire the kind of potluck-style dinner parties he hosts. He swung by to talk about what went into making the book, how food and creativity over…
 
Molly Baz is here to help. She shares tips on how to shop for fish (even if you can't make it to speciality market), how to cook fish without stinking up your house, and more. After that, Alex Delany is back with more drinks you should be making now that it's fall. Get the recipes from this episode: Clam Toasts with Pancetta Shrimp Toasts with Sesa…
 
After living in Japan for nearly two decades, Ivan Orkin is the chef and owner of two ramen shops in NYC and widely (and unusually) considered an American authority on ramen. He enlisted Chris Ying, cofounder and former editor of the late Lucky Peach, to tag team and write The Gaijin Cookbook, their new Japanese cookbook you're truly meant to put t…
 
We were at Feast Portland a couple of weekends ago, where Carla Lalli Music and Andy Baraghani talked about the life of a recipe at BA, from development to, ultimately, video. This week, we're airing that conversation. After that, Andy gives us his top 10 cooking rules. Get the recipes from this episode: Gochujang Pork Shoulder Steaks Chopstick-Rea…
 
Alex Lau is BA's all-star staff photographer. He's been with the brand for going on six years, and this week he's talking about how he got his start and what it's like to travel the world with a camera in hand. After that, it's Molly Baz's turn to tell us her top 10 cooking rules. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
It's officially the best time of the year to cook. Chris Morocco and Andy Baraghani talk through the seven recipes they developed for our September issue to make the most of it—we promise these will get you excited for the new season, even if your tan lines are starting to fade. After that, Chris goes through his own top 10 cooking rules. Get the r…
 
A galette is the perfect dessert, according to Carla Lalli Music. She walks us through her fail-proof dough that you can fill with anything—be it end-of-summer stone fruit and berries or fall pears and apples. Then, we're kicking off a new mini series. For the next several weeks, one of our test kitchen editors will be sharing their top 10 cooking …
 
This week, chef Nina Compton talks about her journey from her home kitchen in the Caribbean to her incredibly successful restaurants in New Orleans, Compère Lapin and Bywater American Bistro. After that, Alex Delany tells shares how to make the three cocktails he's got on rotation right now. Get the recipes from this episode: Spaghett Siesta Learn …
 
Wine editor Marissa Ross tells us about what she's most excited for this fall (and also what she's definitely over). Yes to winemakers exploring the world of vermouth, no more to describing wines as "funky." After that, Carla Lalli Music talks about something you should be eating a lot of right now: corn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit pod…
 
Lulu Wang, the director and writer of the"The Farewell," thought a lot about food while making her film. It's based on what happened in her own life: a Chinese family coming together under the guise of a fake wedding to say goodbye to their grandmother—the family matriarch and the only person that doesn't know she only has a few weeks to live. Then…
 
Carla Lalli Music and Chris Morocco sing the praises of chopsticks and discuss its versatility in the kitchen. After that, Carla chats with Gaby Melian about what her job as our test kitchen manager entails. P.S. These are the beautiful plating chopsticks Chris talks about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
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