The much-loved food TV chef and cookbook author Sara Moulton is back on Radio Cherry Bombe! Sara stopped by to chat with guest host V Spehar about the incredible career that has taken her from culinary school to restaurant kitchens (at a time when women were not welcome) to "Good Morning America," Gourmet magazine, the Food Network, PBS, and Milk Street Radio. Sara also shares how she snagged her job as Julia Child’s assistant and what it was like working with the culinary icon. Of course, we couldn’t let Sara stop by without getting a few cooking tips and tricks, so she and V talk about her favorite summer produce and just what to do with it. Thank you to Free People for supporting this episode and thank you to V Spehar of "Under The Desk News" on TikTok for guest hosting. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan.
Sara Moulton Talks Business, Olympics and NPF, Replay is Coming to NCAA Softball in 2022
In The Circle
In this edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez, and Victor Anderson react to the news that the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Thursday approved implementing video review and allowing coaches to have two video review challenges beginning in the 2022 season. The two also discuss a rule change that went under the radar that has nothing to do with replay. Eric also speaks with former Minnesota All-American pitcher and two-time NPF Champion with the Chicago Bandits Sara Moulton. Sara discusses her company, Strike Zone Sports. Moulton shares how Strike Zone Sports came about and what it has to offer. Moulton also shares her thoughts on Olympic Softball, including seeing her former teammates Sara Groenewegen and Monica Abbott pitch in Olympics. Moulton also discusses the NPF Shutting down, WCWS scheduling, Transfer Portal, and more.
Sara Moulton On Repurposing Leftovers, Rethinking Prep Time, and Pioneering Food Television
One of Food Network’s first breakout stars in the late 1990’s thanks to the program Cooking Live, Sara Moulton is a staple of culinary television. Now the host of Sara’s Weeknight Meals on PBS, she’s an accomplished author of cookbooks like Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better. On today’s episode of Homemade, Sara joins host Martie Duncan to share stories of working with Julia Child, tips on leftovers and meal prep, and how home cooks have become more creative and inspiring since the advent of food TV. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes celebrity chef and cookbook author Sara Moulton. Todd asks Sara about taping the new PBS show Dishing with Julia Child and what it was like to have Julia as a mentor. As always, Sara shares her Julia Moment.Image courtesy of Lucy Schaeffer.Inside Julia's Kitchen is powered by Simplecast.
Chef/Cookbook Author/TV Personality Sara Moulton - For the Love of Soup
One Woman Kitchen
Sara Moulton is one of the food world’s most beloved chefs, authors and personalities, with a career spanning 4 decades and boasting more than 1,500 television episodes, as well as a tenure as executive chef for Gourmet Magazine. Not to mention "Cooking Live" on the Food Network, "Sara’s Weeknight Meals", and "Milk Street Radio". Sara shared her journey with author and chef Rozanne Gold, including her quite unusual path to culinary school which culminated from which she graduated graduating second in her class; about her decision to choose children over the restaurant business; her unique relationship with none other than Julia Child; and why she credits her mother, her great study habits, and a love of soup as keys to her unparalleled success. This is Sara’s fantastic story.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The wonderful Sara Moulton is the guest on this episode of Food, Wine & the Culinary Mind with Mat Schuster. Sara is a chef, cooking teacher, TV host, podcast host and cookbook author. We talk about her mentor Julia Child, live TV, life advise and more. She appears weekly on Chris Kimball’s Milk Street Radio and is also the author of the Associated Press column “Kitchen Wise” and the monthly Washington Post column, “Sunday Suppers.” Check out the podcast socially @culinarymindcast or www.canelasf.com/podcast for more info.
Chef Patrick O'Connell is proprietor of Inn at Little Washington in Washington, VA, among the most highly awarded restaurants in the USA and member of Relais Chateaux. A self-taught chef, Patrick shares how he refined his cooking style and started the Inn which celebrates 40 years in 2018. Sara Moulton has shared cooking tips with home cooks through her TV shows and cookbooks for 40 years. She hosts Sara's Weeknight Meals (PBS). A protégée of Julia Child, Sara shares memories of her mentor.This show is broadcast live on Wednesday's at 2PM ET on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
041 - Sara Moulton, Home Cooking 101, Sara's Weeknight Meals
The Work of Teaching. Remember Cooking Live? As a young woman working three jobs while attending school full time Chef Sara Moulton's show was the highlight of my day. Every evening Sara guided me through simple, fresh, and healthy recipes. Unlike shows like The Great Chefs of San Francisco, these were recipes I actually wanted to try. And did. To this day I credit Sara with teaching me how to cook for myself, as do thousands of others. For almost 40 years Sara Moulton has worked in the culinary arts in just about every job you can imagine including restaurant chef, Executive Chef at Gourmet magazine until its demise in 2009, newspaper columnist, cookbook author, and television personality on The Food Network and Good Morning America. Her shows still appear regularly in reruns and her new show, Sara's Weeknight Meals, appears regularly on PBS and the Create channel, picking up where Food Network's Cooking Live and Sara's Secrets left off. Her new book, Home Cooking 101: How To Make Everything Taste Better is a culmination of numerous tips, tricks, and recipes she's collected over the years. A MUST for anyone who makes dinner. How did she end up a teacher? As with so many female chefs, Sara left restaurants when she realized she wanted to have kids. Her journey took her from stints as a food stylist for Julia Child, to Gourmet, to work as an instructor at Peter Kump's Cooking School in NYC. Teaching caused her to fall in love again with food. The passion she gained from showing someone how to create a dish, giving someone that knowledge, stayed with her and became her life's work. During her visit to The Happy Cook as part of a book tour sponsored by Chantal cookware, I was fortunate enough to sit with Sara and talk about it all. Her start at The Food Network and how she went from a deer in the headlights to the natural and nurturing on-air teacher we are all familiar with. What was the lynchpin? We also discuss how Cooking Live was in fact LIVE and the challenges that presents. How on-air mistakes actually help beginning cooks by showing real-life instances of times when you have to become MacGyver in the kitchen. How Julia Child would make mistakes on purpose during her television shows for just this reason. We also discuss how The Food Network has changed into something way more competitive and cutthroat since she was so unceremoniously let go. Changed for the better? I'm not so sure. How did she learn to become a great teacher? Is there a difference between teaching adults and children? What was the ultimate goal of her show Cooking Live? What did she avoid doing while on the air? Who were some of her famous guests and why did The Food Network use her show as an audition tape for new talent? What is her weakness in cookware stores? What are her thoughts on Blue Apron? What was Julia Child really like? You'll have to listen to find out. We also discuss her work as co-founder of the New York Women's Culinary Alliance. Why is this group still so necessary in 2016? How can we make its founding mission of networking and education for culinary women even more widespread? We covered so much in this short talk and I'm honored Chef Sara Moulton took time out of her busy 2-day visit to talk with me. Enjoy! Then go buy her book on Amazon, and check out her show on PBS, and search her website for videos and recipes. Get cooking people! SHOW NOTES – Links to resources talked about during the podcast: The Charlottesville 29 Restaurant Auctions - Every dollar you bid goes toward four meals for our area's hungry. Auctions close DAILY starting yesterday so bid early and often for the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience! Sara Moulton's Website - Learn about Sara and her history, view videos of her show, and collect recipes from her long and storied career. Home Cooking 101: How To Make Everything Taste Better - Sara's latest book is filled with instructional photos, great recipes, and thousands of tips culled from over 40 years of teaching cooking. Chantal Cookware - Discover why this cookware is a favorite of Sara's. Then buy some. This episode is sponsored by In A Flash Laser Engraving.
Women in Whites: Where Would the Food World Be Without the Women? Sara Moulton, Chef, Television Personality, and Author Introduced by Dame Tanya HollandSara will share her candid personal reflections on the complex issue of why women food professionals receive less media attention than they deserve.