On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, Ed talks with writer Laurie Woolever, author of Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography, plus Washington Post Food Reporter Emily Heil taste-tests plant-based “chicken” nuggets.
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T-Day Stories From The Korean Vegan, Rodney Scott, Marcia Chatelain, and Joe Yonan
48:44On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, we hear moving Thanksgiving stories from the Korean Vegan (Joanne Lee Molinaro), pitmaster and chef-owner Rodney Scott, Pulitzer Prize winner Marcia Chatelain, and the Washington Post's Joe Yonan.
Joanne Lee Molinaro, AKA the Korean Vegan, Her Journey from Litigator to TikTok Superstar To NYT Best-Selling Author
1:12:38On this episode of Special Sauce, Ed talks with Joanne Lee Molinaro, AKA The Korean Vegan, about her unlikely journey from corporate litigator, to TikTok and YouTube superstar, and now to NYT best-selling author. The Korean Vegan The Korean Vegan YouTube
Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic YouTube Star With 5M Subscribers and A Bestselling Cookbook
56:53On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, Ed talks with best-selling author (An Unapologetic Cookbook) Joshua Weissman, a YouTube star with more than 5M subscribers, about life in the social media fast-lane. And the Washington Post's Daniela Galarza tells us about the free cooking newsletter Eat Voraciously she writes four times a week. An Unapologetic Cookbook by Joshua Weismann Joshua Weismann YouTube Eat Voraciously with Daniela Galarza
Dorie Greenspan: On Getting Fired From Her First Kitchen Job & Her New Book
52:32On this episode of Special Sauce, Ed talks with Dorie Greenspan about her new book Baking with Dorie and her inauspicious start baking for a living. Plus, the Washington Post's Becky Krystal weighs in on softening butter. Dorie Greenspan | Site | Facebook | Twitter "How to soften butter quickly, and why it matters for your baking" by Becky Krystal
Laurie Woolever: Life alongside Anthony Bourdain
1:08:27On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, Ed talks with writer Laurie Woolever, author of Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography, plus Washington Post Food Reporter Emily Heil taste-tests plant-based “chicken” nuggets. Laurie Woolever | Site | Twitter Carbface podcast
Diversity in Food Media, The Truth About MSG, and Sick Food with the WaPost's Aaron Hutcherson and Kenji
42:09On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, we talk to the Washington Post's Aaron Hutcherson about diversity and his deep dive into MSG. It's the first segment in Special Sauce's new collaboration with The Washington Post. Plus, Kenji, Aaron and Ed all weigh in on what they eat when they're not feeling well. Aaron Hutcherson Twitter J. Kenji López-Alt Twitter
Best-selling writer Laura Lippman Talks About Her New Books + Kenji Weighs in on Kids' Eating Habits
1:00:40The terrific crime writer Laura Lippman (My Life as a Villainess, Dream Girl) talks about why she's afraid of not being afraid when she writes. Plus Kenji and Laura both weigh in on how they get their kids to eat their vegetables.
Food, Music & Memoirs with Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner and Kenji
45:14On this week’s episode of Special Sauce, we talk about joyful music and an incredibly moving memoir with Michelle Zauner, the leader of the band Japanese Breakfast. She’s the author of the heart-rending Crying in H Mart. Plus, Kenji weighs in on the relationship between two of his favorite things, food and music.
Celebrating Colombia with Author Mariana Velásquez and Kenji Lopez-Alt
46:49On this week’s Special Sauce, we’re joined by Colombiana author Mariana Velásquez who talks about the incredible cultural and culinary diversity of her beloved native country. Plus, Kenji shares his love of Colombia, gained from his many trips there with his Colombian wife, Adriana. There's much love for Colombia on this week’s episode!
Katie Quinn and Kenji Lopez-Alt on Fermentation
1:04:51On this episode of Special Sauce, we’re joined by the incredible youtuber, podcaster and Cheese, Wine and Bread author Katie Quinn who says that metaphorically speaking, people ferment just like cheese wine and bread. Plus, Kenji adds his two cents about Katie and fermentation.