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Best Stefin Kohn podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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April is full of sweets that rely on a little sour to make them sing. The Preheated duo kick off a month full of bakes that rely on tangy ingredients like buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream, and, in this week’s bake along, milk kefir. (Thanks to Andrea's husband for the theme!) But first, Stefin’s got a #20for20 baking resolution update from Bread Ahea…
 
Check out the hosts newest resource on Quarantine Baking and let them know what topics you need them to cover. This week's review of Buckwheat Thumbprints from Alice Medrich gets two thumbs up from the hosts, who loved these gluten-free, eggless cookies. Finally, the coveted Blue Ribbon for March is awarded to the flour dessert our hosts just can't…
 
Please note: This episode was recorded on February 25. Has emmer flour turned Andrea into a soda-bread lover (especially at breakfast)? And what does Betty Crocker have to say about this week's bake along, Alice Medrich's updated take on Russian Tea Cakes? (Stefin investigates.) Plus, the Globetrotting Gourmet is back from Sweden with an update on …
 
Flour Power rolls along with a review of Einkorn Apple Hand Pies, with a few variations. Did this 20,000-year-old grain make for a flaky pastry, no matter its size or filling? Then, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, the duo intro an Emmer Flour Soda Bread from Dove’s Farm CEO Clare Marriage. Finally, Andrea and Stefin investigate the different types a…
 
From Listeners' favorite Girl Scout Cookies, to the history of Yorkshire rhubarb, plus another dramatic reading from the back of a Dove's Farm flour bag, Stefin and Andrea are full of flour power this week. And speaking of powerful flour, their fondness for the Double Ginger Spelt Cookie from Daylesford, and their hopes for this week's bake along, …
 
It’s a bumper episode filled with muffins (and a scorching tip about filing your tins), a one-ingredient chocolate mousse, a new TNT tiramisu (both chocolate and classic versions) from Gemma Stafford, an unmolded version of the Italian classic custard panna cotta from Giada De Laurentiis, and, if that wasn’t enough, a rundown of the myriad options …
 
It's Valentine's week and the hosts are packing this episode full of advice: stay home on Valentine's Day, read old-fashioned conversation heart messages, and try your hand at these Italian Pignoli Cookies - but only if you add some chilling time for your dough. Bake your sweetheart an Easy 10 Minute Tiramisù from Gemma Stafford, and consider purch…
 
It’s the month for sweethearts and sweet treats, and Stefin and Andrea are full of amore during Italian Month! From iconic tiramisu to panna cotta, February promises to be a month to fall in love with. First up: Southern Italian pignoli, which take their name from their star ingredient, pine nuts. Then, the duo help you win your next bakery-themed …
 
From coffee logs to extra thick pouring cream, this episode's packed full of some of Britain's finest ideas. There's nothing the hosts love more than Listener voicemail, so take a listen to Cory's question. Urgent brownie alert! Whether you're having a dark night of the soul, or you just want a manageable treat, we bet Nigella's Emergency Brownie i…
 
Hot on the heels of their 2020 trend report in Episode 159, Stefin and Andrea are happy to see Australian vanilla company Queen’s baking trend report, and even happier that Preheated is right on trend, or planning to be, in the coming months. The Small-Batch Shortbread Pumpkin Pie Bars from Baking Mischief provided a petite portion of pumpkin pie w…
 
It's a new year and small batch baking comes to the rescue for everyone looking to cut down a bit. First up is a review of Pecan Sticky Buns from Dessert for Two. Will this petite serving of four breakfast buns start the year out right? Bake along with the hosts this week with Shortbread Pumpkin Pie Bars from Tracy at Baking Mischief. And finally, …
 
It’s not only a new year, it’s a new decade, and Stefin and Andrea are kicking things off with a slate of January shows to help you indulge after the excess of the holidays … in (Preheated-style) moderation. First up: A petite portion of Pecan Sticky Buns from Dessert for Two. If the calorie count is to be believed, there’s nothing “small” about th…
 
This week's recipe for Brazilian Fudge Truffles, or Brigadeiros, is full of some new and exciting ingredients like King Arthur's black cocoa and India Tree's "Black Magic" sprinkles. Andrea and Stefin each award a blue ribbon to the confection that captured their attention this month, and the show wraps up with a recap of the hosts #19for19 baking …
 
Stefin's celebrating both Hanukkah and Christmas this week; luckily she's got the "world's greatest latke maker" close at hand. And, as the year draws to a close, the hosts issue a last call for Listeners' #20for20 baking resolution suggestions. This week the hosts split kitchen duties: Andrea tackled Red Licorice from Gluten Free on a Shoestring w…
 
The end of the year is fast approaching, so Stefin and Andrea want to hear Preheaters’ recommendations for the #20for20 baking resolutions. Will they include making or eating a Spudnut? David Lebovitz’s Pretzel & Nut Mix was a spicy success (as long as you’re not shy with the cayenne), and would be a great gift for the savory snack lovers on your h…
 
In the second week of Confection Affection month, Stefin and Andrea answer Listener Carol's voicemail question about making big-batch pie crusts, and remind Preheaters about the wealth of holiday bakes from Seasons 1, 2 and 3 that are available on preheatedpodcast.com. Then they've got a review of their homemade marshmallows (and, crucially, homema…
 
In the first episode of December’s Confection Affection month, Stefin has an update on Costa Coffee’s Biscoff Muffin. Did this limited-edition treat live up to its hype, or can the Preheated gals do it one better? Then, she and Andrea jump into the magical, mythical and even medicinal history of the month's first bake along: homemade marshmallows f…
 
It's National Cake Day and US Thanksgiving this week and the hosts are full of plans to celebrate. First up, a review of the Carrot Cake Coffee Cake from Lindsay at Pinch of Yum. Can you believe it's the first Carrot Cake reviewed on Preheated? Next up is this week's bake along, the Rum Cake from Jenn at Once Upon a Chef. Finally, the hosts share t…
 
One-Layer Wonders rocket along during Stefin’s birthday week and the UK’s Stir-Up Sunday. (Will you make mincemeat like Stefin, or do a pantry purge with Andrea this November 24?) Don’t need a dangerously delicious, easy, and quick chocolate cake in your life? Then cover your ears as the hosts discuss Nigella’s Chocolate Guinness Cake. Next, the du…
 
One Layer Wonders month kicks off with a review of a fabulous one layer cake with all of Andrea's favorite words, the Butterscotch Cake with Salted Caramel Buttercream from Bake from Scratch. Don't let this one layer cake fool you, while it may sound simple, it actually contains three components: the cake, a Swiss Meringue Salted Caramel Buttercrea…
 
It's the last episode of Season Three (!) and Stefin and Andrea are ready to party. They kick off their birthday and anniversary month with a chat about celebrating at Disneyland (with Dole Whip, of course), and introduce the first of their “one-layer wonders” -- a Butterscotch Cake with Salted Caramel Buttercream from Bake from Scratch. Then they …
 
Andrea's reminded that New Orleans truly is tropical when a local baker from Breads on Oak mentions she's making banana cream pie with her very own homegrown bananas. Stefin and Andrea review the Cheddar and Hazelnut Shortbread from BBC Good Food and try to figure out why Stefin's shortbread was more like pie dough than breadcrumbs. To wrap up Simp…
 
It’s Pumpkin Spice Latte season in the US, but over in the UK, Stefin’s celebrating autumn with a Biscoff Muffin from the world’s second-largest coffee chain, UK-based Costa. (Will this lead to another Preheated original recipe?) Then, speaking of the UK, it’s time for a review of the month’s second savory bake, Cornish Chunkies from Jus-Rol Pastry…
 
Happy Thanksgiving to the Canadian Preheaters! Might these Smoked Gouda Dinner Muffins from Canadian magazine Chatelaine be a perfect way to grace your holiday table? Listen to Andrea and Stefin's recipe review to find out. Bake along this week with a 'back of the box' Cornish Chunkies recipe from Jus-Rol Pastry and join Stefin and Andrea as they c…
 
It’s the first week of Simply Savoury month! (And yes, that is the British spelling!) Andrea and Stefin kick off with a seasonal rundown of what’s fresh in markets right now in both hemispheres, along with some great ideas for what to do with the bounty. Then it’s on to October’s first savoury bake — a Smoked Gouda Dinner Muffin to salute our Canad…
 
Andrea is wondering if the Lick the Bowl Fois Gras Cake Batter from Eden Hill Provisions will satisfy her cake batter quest, while Stefin contemplates adding a lemon drop chili to a Lemon Drop Chili Loaf Cake from BBC Good Food. Next up, the hosts review the Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffins from The Girl Who Bakes and contemplate renaming them...duffin…
 
Stefin's reveling from a recent birthday cake success while Andrea pops into the Language Lab with not one but two new words: joconde and pissaladiere. The hosts review the Pineapple Coconut Curry Loaf recipe from Bake From Scratch and provide their tips to guarantee success. This week's bake along is a Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffin recipe from food …
 
Andrea’s ready for the release of the Downton Abbey movie this September, and even more excited to try some historic Downtown Abbey-inspired desserts. (Check out the Downton Abbey Cooks website for fun and historical recipes.) Meanwhile, Stefin’s fascinated by the Little Free Pantries popping up worldwide — do you have one in your neighborhood? The…
 
It’s the second week of New Twists on Old Classics month, and speaking of old classics, Stefin recently discovered a mother lode of old Martha Stewart Everyday Food magazines, reminding her that vintage mags can be just as much fun as vintage cookbooks. Meantime, Andrea’s fascinated by the new alternative flours on the market. Have you tried apple,…
 
Andrea starts the show recounting a summertime pie victory at the County Fair, while Stefin requests listeners send their best bake sale treats for an upcoming segment. September is New Twists on Old Classics and what better way to start than with a re-do of classic banana bread. The Cocoa Swirled Banana Bread recipe from Challenge Dairy starts wit…
 
Andrea's back with the last of her August Quick Bite episodes and she's still working on breakfast with some homemade granola. She'll share an easily customizable recipe that will have you swearing off store bought granola. Stefin and Andrea will be back next week with full-length shows, but, in the meantime, consider catching up on any of the back…
 
Stefin's up with the last of her August Quick Bite episodes devoted to three-ingredient bakes. Today, she's tackling two from Good Housekeeping UK: a gluten-free, dairy-free peanut butter cookie (small pushers at the ready, bakers!), and a British-style lemon pudding that uses a surprising seasonal ingredient -- ice cream! Stefin and Andrea will be…
 
This week Andrea's tracking down the elusive Carnation Breakfast Bar that her husband recalls fondly from his childhood. Will she be able to recreate this "complete and nutritious meal" or will it remain something that lives on only in his memories? You can read the complete show notes here. Bake along with Stefin and Andrea in their baking Faceboo…
 
In the first of August's Quick Bite episodes, Stefin's up with some quick breads. Some really quick breads. She's tackling a classic Beer Bread from Cook's Country, and Cheat's Lemonade Scones (a.k.a., 7-Up Scones) from Good Housekeeping UK. Will these three-ingredient wonders taste as good as the "real" thing?Stefin and Andrea will be back with fu…
 
Stefin's back from a recent jaunt to Wales where she discovered Welsh cake, which is a bit like a scone cooked on a griddle, and Bara Brith, a spotted bread that reminds the hosts of their beloved fruitcake. The hosts review the City of Nanaimo's famous Nanaimo Bar recipe and award the coveted Blue Ribbon to the July dessert they liked the best. Yo…
 
From a historical 'curdled cream and beer' cold remedy to a modern day No Bake Lemon Custard interpretation from Melissa Clark, the posset has certainly come a long way. Then it's on to this week's recipe review, Stefin's long awaited Lazy Daisy Cake from Tori Avey, a new favorite of both the hosts. From bowl to oven, you'll have hot cake in 30 min…
 
Stefin and Andrea are so proud of the Preheated Facebook Listeners community for stepping up in ways big and small. From posting pics, to recommending favorite gadgets, to supporting other Listeners when the going gets tough, they’re helping further the hosts’ goal of creating a soft and delicious place to land. Ready for more square bakes ... er, …
 
It's been a while since the hosts have allowed Cookie Butter in their homes...will this delicious ingredient lead to another winning dessert? Find out with this week's review of Cookie Butter Blondies recipe from Jenna over at The Butternut Bakery Blog. Next up is this week's bake along, with some No Bake Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwiches from McCo…
 
After having so much fun with their Round theme in November 2018, Stefin and Andrea are back with more geometric goodies. This month, tasty treats that are Hip to Be Square (think bar cookies, ice-cream sandwiches, and cake!). First up: Cookie Butter Blondies from Jenna at the Butternut Bakery. Will adding this addictive spread to the batter make a…
 
In the last week of Completely Corny month, Stefin and Andrea have the scoop on Sweet Corn and Black Raspberry Ice Cream from Jenni’s Splendid, and a preview/review of a Brazilian-style coconut cornmeal cake you can make in your blender (!). Plus, they chat about a new art form that uses Mexican corn husks, what bakers really want as gifts, and Nig…
 
Did you know you can call your Preheated hosts? Andrea’s giddy after a voicemail from a listener tips her off on where to find passion fruit purée in Olympia. Loyal listeners know Stefin’s two years in London is coming to a close .. or is it? What's the future for your fave UK-based host, and what will it mean for your favorite podcast? Then it’s o…
 
Completely Corny month continues as Andrea grapples with the concept of eating hot corn niblets at the theater! Berry Long Cake from Julie Richardson's Vintage Cakes steps into the featured role this week, and it appears the hosts had decidedly different results. Continue the corny craziness and bake along with Stefin & Andrea with homemade Zebra P…
 
It’s the first week of Completely Corny month, a theme suggested by Stefin’s husband, and heartily endorsed by Andrea’s (Happy Father’s Day, guys!). But first: your hosts debate the tantalizing idea of breakfast appetizers, and share baking inspiration from Listeners. Then it’s on to June's first “corny” bake — Berry Long Cake with Ginger Crumb fro…
 
From Sugar Free Laddoos to all sorts of peanut butter bakes, the hosts are cooking up a storm in their home kitchens. First up is this week's featured recipe, a review of Martha Collison's Mango & Passion Fruit Energy Bars from Waitrose Weekend. Tune in to find out if our hosts gained or drained energy from these homemade bars. Then enjoy the end o…
 
Three-day weekends and festive "Dads and Grads" celebrations are on the horizon and Andrea and Stefin want to know what you’re baking up for the start-of-summer gatherings. Take inspiration from the back catalog with the August 2017 "Potlucks & Picnics" month, then connect on the Preheated Baking Podcast Listeners group on Facebook to let us know w…
 
It’s the second week of Made it Myself Month and the dynamic duo are up with a review of the Life Changing Crackers … did they live up to their name? (Well, Stefin did learn a new vocabulary word, and Andrea may have developed synesthesia!) Then it’s on to a slightly less healthy, but perhaps no less crucially important homemade treat — Stefin’s 19…
 
May is Made it Myself (MIM) month! But before diving into homemade crackers, Pop Tarts, power bars and even Oreos, Andrea issues a cautionary tale about baking in a kitchen that’s not your own, and a hilarious (and delicious) recap of treats Preheated Listeners have taken through airport security. (Just how many travelers are taking fully decorated…
 
In the Literary Bakes Bonus Episode, Stefin and Andrea have a bittersweet review of the triple-layer, multi-day, jaw-dropping Orange Marmalade Cake inspired by Jan Karon’s Mitford Series; introduce a tasty English toponym, Eccles Cake, loved by WWI-era private investigator Maisie Dobbs; and award a coveted Preheated Blue Ribbon to the bookish bake …
 
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