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Rank #157 in Food category

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Listen to the Faith Middleton Food Schmooze on WNPR radio Thursdays at 3pm and 9pm, and Saturdays at noon.

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Listen to the Faith Middleton Food Schmooze on WNPR radio Thursdays at 3pm and 9pm, and Saturdays at noon.

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Fearless Foodies!

By Katie Joy B. - Jul 02 2019
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A talented host, fascinating guests, and engaging chat make the Food Schmooze podcast a MUST listen! Even if you're not a foodie, you're sure to enjoy the conversation! Thanks for putting out such a great show Faith - keep up the great work!

Food schmooze is great

By Nickname85839 - Jan 13 2016
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Great show, I love Anthony as the cocktail correspondent!

iTunes Ratings

48 Ratings
Average Ratings
34
8
2
2
2

Fearless Foodies!

By Katie Joy B. - Jul 02 2019
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A talented host, fascinating guests, and engaging chat make the Food Schmooze podcast a MUST listen! Even if you're not a foodie, you're sure to enjoy the conversation! Thanks for putting out such a great show Faith - keep up the great work!

Food schmooze is great

By Nickname85839 - Jan 13 2016
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Great show, I love Anthony as the cocktail correspondent!
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Faith Middleton Food Schmooze

Latest release on Jan 16, 2020

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Listen to the Faith Middleton Food Schmooze on WNPR radio Thursdays at 3pm and 9pm, and Saturdays at noon.

Rank #1: Ina Garten Helps You Cook Like a Pro at Home

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New York Times bestselling author and host of Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten, returns to The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze® to dish about her latest cookbook, Cook Like a Pro. Nobody throws a dinner party like Ina, so along with recipes you know will work, Ina shares all the tips and tricks she’s learned over the years from masters in the food world for feeding and entertaining friends and family. You don’t have to be a chef to create dishes that impress. Cook with confidence! Ina’s got your back. Plus, we share news about local foodie events and sip a $20 Prosecco you’ll want on your holiday table.   

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Oct 30 2018

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Rank #2: Recipes & Ideas for Weeknight Dinners on the Fly

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Here’s the scenario: It’s a busy weeknight—you can’t stop at the market on your way home. What are you making for dinner? This week, we’re musing about our favorite weeknight meals pulled together from what’s in the fridge, cabinets, and pantry. Are you well-stocked with rice, beans, canned tomatoes, and spices? Do you have a great tomato sauce you can turn into three different meals? If not, we’ve got a recipe for you! Cookbook author Pam Anderson joins the party with her updated classic, How to Cook Without a Book. Plus, we’re sharing Domaine La Font de Notre Dame, a beautiful $20 red wine from the Rhône region of France. And Faith discovers that One-Ingredient Ice Cream recipe online.  

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Mar 21 2019

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Rank #3: Faith Middleton Food Schmooze Finale + Grilling Expert Jamie Purviance

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Faith starts the show with a special announcement and reminisces about favorite past shows and guests. Then, Faith and the gang get grilling tips and techniques from grill master Jamie Purviance. Jamie’s latest book is Weber’s Ultimate Grilling. For newbie grillers, we’ll start with some basics, and work our way up. Think: weeknight steak and chicken recipes, plus a grilled banana split for dessert. Grill tips galore!

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Nov 21 2019

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Rank #4: Comfort Food + Recipes & Ideas for a Hygge Life (Rebroadcast)

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Let’s get cozy! We talk to chef Gunnar Karl Gíslasen and Jody Eddy about how to incorporate the Danish practice of Hygge into our everyday lives. They share recipes and ideas from their cookbook, The Hygge Life, and we share our own most-hygge comfort meals. Think: Sunday red sauce, a cheesy béchamel, Linda Giuca’s Pastina, shepherd’s pie, and a good ol’ fashioned grilled cheese. Plus, we’re bringing Soave back. It’s a crisp Italian white wine we love. You will, too. On Facebook, we’re asking professional and home bartenders: What do you drink at home?    

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Jan 09 2019

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Rank #5: The Instant Pot Bible: Recipes & Strategies for Every Model

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You asked for it, and we’ve got it for you: a Food Schmooze® hour dedicated to the Instant Pot sensation. Why have home cooks put their slow cookers aside and jumped on the Instant Pot bandwagon? (Even Faith has one now!). Bruce Weinstein, co-author of the blockbuster cookbook, The Instant Pot Bible, explains why Instant Pots have staying power and shares recipes for every size and model of Instant Pot. If you have an Instant Pot, do not miss the chance to get a copy of The Instant Pot Bible and support The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze® at the same time. For a gift of $6 a month or a one-time gift of $72 to Connecticut Public Radio, we will send you The Instant Pot Bible. With 350 recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and desserts, you’ll never be at a loss for what to cook in your Instant Pot again. You may even be inspired to get an Instant Pot, if you’re not one of the five million people worldwide who already have one.  

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Apr 18 2019

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Rank #6: Smashed Cheeseburgers, Three Fantastic Wines & More

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Alex Province makes smashed cheeseburgers at home for a crowd with a clever hack, and Faith and the gang taste three phenomenal wines (all available in our region!) from the portfolio of Rosenthal Wine Merchants. Plus, neuroscientist Rachel Herz shares findings from her fascinating book, Why You Eat What You Eat. We’re also sharing our thoughts on “massaged kale” and revealing the brand of Basmati rice Cooks Illustrated magazine declares best. This week’s shout-outs: Story and Soil Coffee and Capital Ice Cream. If you haven’t been to the Frog Hollow neighborhood in Hartford to check them out yet, fix that.

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Sep 12 2018

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Rank #7: Creative Ways with Veggies + The BLT Bloody Mary

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Spiral-veggie master Ali Maffucci shares vegetable-centric recipes that go waaay beyond the spiralizer. We’re talking quiche with sliced sweet potato crust, breakfast pizza, and Philly Cheesesteaks in Bell Pepper Cups. Plus, Faith and the gang brainstorm ideas for a gazpacho-like BLT Bloody Mary and sip Stark-Conde's plummy Cabernet from South Africa.

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Sep 05 2018

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Rank #8: Jacques Pépin is Back! Roast Chicken, Chocolate Treats & More (Rebroadcast)

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We're revisiting a favorite from the archive this week: Food Schmooze® favorite Jacques Pepin returns—this time with granddaughter, Shorey, to share recipes from his new cookbook, A Grandfather’s Lessons. Garlicky roast chicken, sausage and potatoes en papillote (so easy!), and homemade chocolate candies. Plus, Mark Raymond shares a rich $10 red wine made with Carmenere grapes. Faith knows exactly what she wants to pair with it: a creamy mushroom sauce on pasta.

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Oct 24 2018

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Rank #9: How To Cook Italian, The Authentic Way (Rebroadcast)

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Italian importer Rolando Beramendi shares recipes from his new cookbook, Autentico, for a simple fennel salad, Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Cake and a luscious deconstructed pizza, minus the crust. You’ll want to dig in! Connecticut lawyer Carlo Forzani tells us about his dream to start a vineyard on his family property in Piemonte, Italy, and Alex Province brings us the flavors of the southwest. It’s a fun-packed hour for food lovers.

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Sep 26 2018

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Rank #10: Riffs on Corned Beef and Cabbage, Plus Melissa Clark [Rebroadcast]

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New York Times columnist and food writer extraordinaire Melissa Clark joins the party to share recipes from her new cookbook Dinner: Changing the Game, and Chris Prosperi shares a recipe for Corned Beef and Cabbage with a twist. The gang brainstorms additional spins on that St. Patrick’s Day classic and dreams up tasty fillings for baked potatoes. Alex Province introduces us to an organic Burgundy from Rully, and we taste a lactose-free hard cheese from Lithuania. It’s called Dziugas and it’s imported by a Connecticut company.

Aired: March 9, 2017

CONTRIBUTORS AND GUESTS:
• Chris Prosperi — chef/owner, Métro Bis in Simsbury, Conn.
• Alex Province — wine expert
• Mark Raymond — wine expert
• Melissa Clark — author of Dinner: Changing the Game

MUSIC:
• “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” Justin Timberlake
• “Irish Celebration,” Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
• “Beans and Cornbread,” Louis Jordan and The Tympany Five
• “Best Friend,” Queen
• “She Sets the City on Fire,” Gavin DeGraw
• “Everybody Eats When They Come to My House,” Cab Calloway

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Mar 15 2018

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Rank #11: Local Brews from Half Full, Top Food Trucks, David Tanis & More

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Faith and the gang muse over the Top 100 food trucks in the country and share info about Stephen Fries's culinary walking tour in New Haven. We sip local beers from Half Full Brewery, and cookbook author David Tanis shares simple recipes for flank steak, stuffed peppers, and perfectly steamed asparagus.

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Apr 12 2018

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Rank #12: Perfect Mashed Potatoes + Recipes & Ideas for Leftovers (Rebroadcast)

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Faith and the gang have ideas for reinventing Thanksgiving leftovers in this favorite from the archive, and Chris Prosperi explains step-by-step how to make perfect mashed potatoes. Plus, food writer and cookbook author Julia Turshen shares recipes—including roast turkey breasts and sheet-pan stuffing—from her book Now & Again.

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Nov 13 2019

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Rank #13: The Food Schmooze® Celebrates Earth Day 2018

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It’s a Food Schmooze® Earth Day celebration! We team up with White Flower Farm to bring you the latest tomatoes to grow, including a savory tomato called “Purple Reign,” a plant called “Raspberry Shortcake” you can grow in a container, and ideas for your window sill herb garden. Want to deter insects and pests the natural way? White Flower Farm nursery manager, Barbara Pierson is on hand with pro tips for keeping everything from deer to mosquitos at bay. Plus, Chris Prosperi shares a recipe for Cucumber-Nasturtium Tea Sandwiches. Bring on the spring bridal and baby showers!

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Apr 19 2018

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Rank #14: How to Cook Italian, The Authentic Way

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Italian importer Rolando Beramendi shares recipes from his new book, Autentico, for Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Cake and a luscious deconstructed pizza, minus the crust. You’ll want to dig in! Connecticut lawyer Carlo Forzani tells us about his dream to start a vineyard on his family property in Piemonte, Italy, and Alex Province brings us the flavors of the southwest. It’s a fun-packed hour for food lovers.

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Jun 06 2018

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Rank #15: Waste Less Food in 2019: Cooking with Scraps

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This week Faith discovers the joy that is a red wine and smoked salmon pairing. It shouldn’t work, but it does. Plus Lindsay-Jean Hard, the author of the excellent cookbook, Cooking with Scraps explains how home cooks can turn peels, cores, rinds, stems, and more into delicious meals. Lindsay-Jean inspires the gang to share their best tips for putting food scraps to good use. Don’t throw those broccoli stems away! Faith also talks to Patrick Byrne, Director of Development at Family Life Education in Hartford. Patrick introduces The Louise Earle Loomis Children’s Wellness Center. The center aims to combat obesity, particularly among minority populations, in the greater Hartford area. Let’s cheer our neighbors on!

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Jan 03 2019

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Rank #16: Riff on a Corn Carbonara Recipe, Plus Cocktails Across America

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This week, Mark Raymond shares his spin on a Spaghetti with Fresh Corn Carbonara recipe (it pairs with a fantastic $10 chardonnay we tested or any dry rosé). Faith and the gang also talk to the author of The OCD Workbook for Kids, a child psychologist who explains the difference between typical picky eating and what could be more complex issues around food and behavior. Plus, Anne Peck-Davis, the author of Cocktails Across America—a book about all-American cocktail culture represented in postcards of the 1930s, ‘40s, and ‘50s—joins the party. If you’re a fan of old postcards or of the classic Sazerac, this show is for you. It's vintage cocktail culture plus a whole lot of fun. 

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Aug 29 2018

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Rank #17: Summer Recipes: Bloody Mary, Citrus Shrimp, Lemon Meringue Pie & Peach Crisp (Rebroadcast)

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This week, we invent a Shrimp Cocktail Bloody Mary with two local mixes, sip on a rose and a white wine from France, and share family recipes from Add a Pinch blogger Robyn Stone’s cookbook. Think: Southern classics lightened up—summery Citrus Shrimp, Lemon Meringue Pie with Mile-High Meringue, and a divine Georgia Peach Crisp. Plus, the gang gives shout-outs to locals making good food (and handy kitchen gadgets). We tell you where to eat in Mystic (ah, the views right now!), and Faith describes the best baba ganoush on the East Coast.

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Jul 10 2019

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Rank #18: The Bad Food Bible, Plus Lemon Drizzle Cake

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Our guest, Dr. Aaron Carroll, is a professor at Indiana University’s School of Medicine and contributes to the New York Times at the Upshot blog. He’s a doctor who studies studies and determines the gold-standard studies. What’s the real deal with diet soda, red meat, coffee, and alcohol? The author of The Bad Food Bible shares his mind-blowing findings and puts us all at ease about some of our food choices by weighing the joy experienced vs. the actual risk to our health. Plus, a Star Home Cook shares her recipe for Lemon Drizzle Cake, and Sarah Nuland recommends a favorite NYC restaurant and shares exciting news about the Sherwin B. Nuland Foundation for Palliative Care.       

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May 15 2019

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Rank #19: Food Network Star Giada De Laurentiis Shares Recipes & More

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Food Network superstar and bestselling cookbook author Giada De Laurentiis speaks from the heart in this fun show recorded on location in Madison, CT. Giada shares recipes for Cacio e Pepe, Grilled Scallops with Prosciutto, and Grilled Chicken Involtini. Plus, Faith shares information about the food and wine trip she's leading this fall through the undiscovered South—Puglia—home to some of Italy’s best food, wine, architecture, art and views.  

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May 17 2018

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Rank #20: Inventive Grilled Cheese Recipes, Cheese Flights + Vacation Pics

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You haven’t seen grilled cheese recipes like these before. The sandwiches in Eric Greenspan’s The Great Grilled Cheese Book will blow your mind. Recipes include the Elvis Grilled Cheese, a Mole Melt and more. Plus, we’ll talk to the co-owner of King Andrew Cheese, where they specialize in offering cheese flights. Faith details her experience touring the carriage/cheese cave and eating founders Reeve Andrew and Jessie King’s delicious cheeses from around the world. For our white wine drinkers: Have you tried Vermentino? If you like Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc, Calasole is a crisp white wine you’ll want to try. Find out where you can get the best burer in New York. What’s happening on Facebook? Vacation photos! Share your vacation or stay-cation pics with the Food Schmooze® community.

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Aug 22 2018

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Best Guacamole, Plus Chef Franco Camacho (Rebroadcast)

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One of Connecticut’s best chefs, Franco Camacho, joins the party for the whole hour in this favorite from the archive. Franco is Executive Chef for both Geronimo Tequila Bar & Southwest Grill and Shell & Bones Oyster Bar in New Haven. Franco shares his secrets for the perfect guacamole and gluten-free pan-fried oysters. Plus, the gang discusses what makes a great restaurant server. Insider info about the restaurant biz abounds.

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Jan 16 2020

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Comfort Food + Recipes & Ideas for a Hygge Life (Rebroadcast)

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Let’s get cozy! In this favorite from the archive, Faith and the gang talk to chef Gunnar Karl Gíslasen and Jody Eddy about how to incorporate the Danish practice of Hygge into our everyday lives. They share recipes and ideas from their cookbook, The Hygge Life, and we share our own most-hygge comfort meals. Think: Sunday red sauce, a cheesy béchamel, Linda Giuca’s Pastina, shepherd’s pie, and a good ol’ fashioned grilled cheese. Plus, we’re bringing Soave back. It’s a crisp Italian white wine we love. You will, too.

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Jan 08 2020

49mins

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3-Ingredient Recipe Ideas, Plus Julia Turshen's Small Victories (Rebroadcast)

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Good things come in threes—the old adage couldn’t be more true when it comes to easy weeknight cooking. In this favorite from the archive, Faith and the gang share their favorite 3-ingredient meals that make weeknight dinners a breeze. Expect to hear some classic combos like avocado, crab, and tomatoes; potatoes, onions, and eggs (tortilla Española); spinach, garlic, and eggs; and broiled sausages and pear or grapes. Hungry yet? Also in this episode, Mark Raymond shares Passimento, the most romantic wine we’ve had since. . . well, last Valentine’s Day, and Julia Turshen, the writer and coauthor of some of your favorite cookbooks—no doubt—is off on her own with Small Victories. Julia shares recipes for her very popular Turkey + Ricotta Meatballs, Flounder with Roasted Tomatoes + Black Olives, and the stunning Happy Wife, Happy Life Chocolate Cake. SO worth pressing pause on that New Year diet.

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Jan 02 2020

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Beef in Barolo Wine, Potato Pancakes, and a Joyful Party Punch (Rebroadcast)

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In this favorite from the archive, Faith and the gang riff on Lidia Bastianich’s Beef Roasted in Barolo Wine. Plus, Chris Prosperi uses leftover mashed potatoes to make simple crispy little latkes, and Faith describes the ultimate brisket sandwich. Alex Province shares a wine to sip by the fire, and offers up decorative ice ideas for a joyful party punch bowl. 

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Dec 26 2019

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Fried Chicken and Brisket for Hanukkah, Best Butters + Kitchen Tips (Rebroadcast)

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Faith and the gang celebrate Hanukkah with Leah Koenig, the author of Little Book of Jewish Feasts. Once you’ve tried Leah’s cinnamon-dusted fried chicken, you’ll never make fried chicken any other way. Plus, get the recipe for Balsamic and Brown Sugar Brisket and more of our favorite kitchen tips, including one from a listener in Old Lyme. Faith shares the results of a Cooks Illustrated taste test: Which butters are best? And she also tips you off to a New York City must-visit: Boulay at Home.

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Dec 18 2019

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Dorie Greenspan + Spices That Make Great Gifts (Rebroadcast)

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Dorie Greenspan joins the party to talk about her cookbook, Everyday Dorie, in this favorite from the archive. Wouldn’t you love to cook like Dorie every day? Dorie shares recipes for Mediterranean Shepherd’s Pie, Bourbon-Roasted Pork Loin, and the most beautiful Triple-Layer Cranberry Cake you’ve ever seen. It’s a holiday showstopper. Plus, Faith and the gang respond to listener Jeffrey Fischer’s request for spices that would make great gifts. Dorie shares a few favorite gift ideas, too. There’s her Lemon Goop and beautiful cards by the California artist, Aliza Sokolow. Aliza hits the Santa Monica Farmers Market and starts snapping.

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Dec 09 2019

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Rose Levy Beranbaum, Enchiladas & Edible Christmas Gift Ideas (Rebroadcast)

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Faith and the gang share recipe ideas—including Chicken, Bacon and Cheese Enchiladas, for your holiday potluck, in this favorite from the archive. Plus, one of the queens of baking, a.k.a. “dessert diva” Rose Levy Beranbaum shares tips and tricks for perfect chocolate chip cookies, as well as recipes for Gingerbread “Folks,” and her swoon-worthy Milk Chocolate Caramel Tart. Chris Prosperi raves about a new local discovery: Sandra’s Next Generation. It’s a soul-food hotspot where the owner cooks with love.

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Dec 04 2019

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Faith Middleton Food Schmooze Finale + Grilling Expert Jamie Purviance

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Faith starts the show with a special announcement and reminisces about favorite past shows and guests. Then, Faith and the gang get grilling tips and techniques from grill master Jamie Purviance. Jamie’s latest book is Weber’s Ultimate Grilling. For newbie grillers, we’ll start with some basics, and work our way up. Think: weeknight steak and chicken recipes, plus a grilled banana split for dessert. Grill tips galore!

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Nov 21 2019

49mins

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Perfect Mashed Potatoes + Recipes & Ideas for Leftovers (Rebroadcast)

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Faith and the gang have ideas for reinventing Thanksgiving leftovers in this favorite from the archive, and Chris Prosperi explains step-by-step how to make perfect mashed potatoes. Plus, food writer and cookbook author Julia Turshen shares recipes—including roast turkey breasts and sheet-pan stuffing—from her book Now & Again.

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Nov 13 2019

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Recipes for a Stress-Free Thanksgiving (Rebroadcast)

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It’s our favorite time of year! Time to talk turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and wines to go along with Thanksgiving dinner. What are your Thanksgiving food traditions? What do you do to freshen up your holiday meal every year? We’re sharing ideas and stealing tips from Chris Prosperi, a man who makes Thanksgiving dinner for hundreds of people every year. We’re big believers in stress-free holidays, so we’ve asked Lucinda Scala Quinn to share her “Straight-Talk Turkey” recipe, which is about the simplest bird you’ll ever roast. Plus, in this favorite from the archive, Faith offers up a make-ahead Shrimp and Pineapple Salsa Wrap to sub in for the rich appetizers you normally put out before the feast. Why overwhelm people? Recipes for Mediterranean Mashed Potatoes, Buttery Spice Poached Pears, an easy weeknight Trout, and a juicy $12 Pinot Noir to serve all through the holidays—all coming your way. Let’s get this holiday party started!

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Nov 06 2019

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Party with us on The Elm City Party Bike! (Rebroadcast)

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All aboard! Colin Caplan takes Faith and The Food Schmooze® gang on a cocktail crawl through the streets of New Haven on The Elm City Party Bike. In this favorite from the archive, revelers (and peddlers) stop at Olea and BAR for appetizers, cocktails, pizza, and mico-brewed beer. It was the MOST fun! We toast our ride with an under-$20 sparkler that’s as delicious as Prosecco. After the ride, we head back in the studio to talk root vegetables and fall roasts. 

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Oct 30 2019

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Slow Cooker Apple Butter, Plus Cast-Iron Skillet Recipes (Rebroadcast)

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What little things can you do to make the grocery store checkout line move faster? Faith has some tips. And, it’s apple season! Make a super simple apple butter in the slow cooker. Plus, in this favorite from the archive, cookbook author Charlotte Druckman shares recipes for your cast-iron skillet.

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Oct 23 2019

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Lidia’s American Dream: Special Fall Fundraising Remix

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Lidia Bastianich’s excellent memoir, My American Dream, is out in paperback. Listen back to Faith’s intimate conversation with Lidia, support Connecticut Public Radio with your pledge, and we’ll send you Lidia’s memoir as our thanks. Get ready to be inspired!

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Oct 11 2019

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The Instant Pot Bible: Recipes for Every Model (Rebroadcast)

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You asked for it, and we’ve got it for you: this week, we’re reairing our special hour dedicated to the Instant Pot. Why have home cooks put their slow cookers aside and jumped on the Instant Pot bandwagon? (Even Faith has one now!). Bruce Weinstein, co-author of the blockbuster cookbook, The Instant Pot Bible, explains why Instant Pots have staying power and shares recipes for every size and model of Instant Pot.

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Oct 09 2019

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Chocolate-Peanut Pie & More Recipes from Just Cook It! (Rebroadcast)

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Food & Wine’s Justin Chapple is a home cook’s dream. In his cookbook, Just Cook It!, Justin shares recipes for Roasted Carrot & Avocado Panzanella, Classic Meatloaf Sandwiches with Tomato Jam, and Chocolate-Peanut Pie. Oh, boy. Plus, in this favorite from the archive, the gang shares wine discoveries from Napa Valley and Spain. 

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Oct 02 2019

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Recipes for One & Kitchen Tips Galore (Rebroadcast)

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This week, we're listening back to some of our favorite tips to make you a better cook, including Chris Prosperi's trick for preparing your whole dinner in a rice cooker. It's possible! Plus the gang shares tips for using a mandolin to prep ingredients for salads and slaws; as well as a fast, easy recipe for garlic-lemon shrimp and grits. Instant grits are the "cheater" ingredient that make this a quick weeknight meal. Finally, we call out, "Table for one," loud and proud. Cookbook author Klancy Miller joins us to talk about her book, Cooking Solo. It's all about the joy of cooking for yourself. Klancy shares recipes for a salmon pasta dish (it uses up leftovers!), and Polenta with Shiitake Mushrooms. She shares her Orange Blossom and Almond Cake, too, because, well. . .you have to have friends over!

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Sep 25 2019

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Instant Desserts + Our Go-To Rush-Hour Meals (Rebroadcast)

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Busy week? We figured. It's about that time. That's why we're listening back to the show where Faith and her food buddies shared lots of ideas for rush-hour meals and instant desserts. . .delicious little numbers you can whip up in no time at all, often with the stuff you’ve already got in your pantry or fridge. Ease is the name of the game. Think: Slow cooker chocolate fondue, puff pastry Napoleons, Klondike sundaes with dulce de leche, chocolate-covered Cheerios, and a chocolate cake you can bake in a mug in about two minutes. Fun stuff you can do in a flash—you don’t even need a recipe.  

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Sep 18 2019

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Faith’s Favorite Roasted Tomatoes Recipe & Fun Fair Foods (Rebroadcast)

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This week, Faith shares her recipe for Provençal roast tomatoes with a buttery breadcrumb crust. It’s her favorite thing to make right now. Plus, a simple tip for how to get the best sear on a grilled or pan-fried steak, our latest wine discovery, and fun recipes for roasted nuts, pulled pork, and shiny-red candy apples from the new book, Fair Foods.

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Sep 11 2019

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The Buzz About Coffee (Rebroadcast)

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This is a show for coffee lovers. Where’s your favorite coffeehouse, and what makes a coffee shop great? This week, we’re listening back to Faith’s conversation with coffee expert Jordan Michelman. Jordan is the co-author of the book, The New Rules of Coffee: A Modern Guide for Everyone. Faith talks with Jordan about coffee’s history, legendary coffee shops, and coffee trends. Did you know old-school percolators and instant coffee are making a come-back? Grab a cup of coffee—your favorite mug makes a difference—and unwind while listening to this buzzed-up edition of The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze®.   

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Sep 04 2019

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Remix: Giada De Laurentiis + We Go Corn Crazy (Rebroadcast)

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This week, we revisit Faith's conversation with Food Network superstar and bestselling cookbook author Giada De Laurentiis. Giada speaks from the heart in our first two segments for a show recorded on location in Madison, CT. She shares recipes for Cacio e Pepe, Grilled Scallops with Prosciutto, and Grilled Chicken Involtini. Then, Faith and her food buddies round out the show by going crazy over corn. Recipes and ideas include corn salads, corn carbonara, and a savory corn pudding. What are you making with fresh corn right now that’s a little out of the ordinary? Share it with us!

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Aug 27 2019

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Fearless Foodies!

By Katie Joy B. - Jul 02 2019
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A talented host, fascinating guests, and engaging chat make the Food Schmooze podcast a MUST listen! Even if you're not a foodie, you're sure to enjoy the conversation! Thanks for putting out such a great show Faith - keep up the great work!

Food schmooze is great

By Nickname85839 - Jan 13 2016
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Great show, I love Anthony as the cocktail correspondent!