Local Mouthful: A podcast about food and home cooking
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Local Mouthful is a podcast for obsessed home cooks everywhere. Co-hosts Joy Manning and Marisa McClellan spend 30 minutes once a week talking about home cooking, food news, cookbooks, kitchen gear, restaurants, and recipes. The show also occasionally features conversations with cookbook authors, food entrepreneurs, and other culinary professionals. Every episode includes tips, inspiration, and advice that you can immediately use in your kitchen.
||CleanEpisode 260: Tuna Melts, Homemade Toffee, and Homecoming Eats||In food news this week, we are devastated by the loss of Capogiro Gelato. Thankfully, we both got our last scoops. In our “What’s for Dinner” segment, we’re talking about a classic: Tuna melts. In our “How’d You Make That” segment,||12/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 259: Hanukkah latkes, Last-minute Soup, and Kitchen Losing Streaks||In food news this week, we talk about Whole Food’s 2019 trend predictions. In What’s for Dinner this week, we’re having giant potato pancakes. In How’d You Make that, we’re doing last minute soups. Have you ever had a kitchen losing streak?||12/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 258: Bean & Pasta Soup, Twice Baked Potatoes , and Thanksgiving Recap||In food news this week, we talk about the dire warnings around romaine lettuce thanks to another E. coli outbreak. What’s for Dinner this week? Bean and past soup. (Yum.) In How’d you Make that, we talk you through twice baked potatoes.||11/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 257: Rice Paper Rolls, Sheet Pan Kale, Cookbooks for Thanksgiving||In food news, Joy tells you about her upcoming food writing course. In what’s for dinner, we cover rice paper rolls. In how’d you make that, it’s sheet pan kale and tomatoes. We share some of our favorite cookbook titles to help you plan Thanksgiv||11/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 256: Mixed Vegetable Saute, Candied Nuts, and Tracey Medeiros||Local farmers and other food artisans are owed money that doesn’t seem to be forthcoming, according to this recent article in the Philadelphia Inquirer. There is a way to help them out. See this Go Fund Me campaign. In What’s for Dinner this week,||11/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 255: Planning Around Vegetables, Instant Pot Chicken, and Ground Turkey||In food news this week, we talk about the recent news that the Philly Farm and Food Fest has been canceled. In What’s for Dinner, we talk about planning our meals around the vegetables in our kitchens (Marisa was overloaded with bok choy and spent a w||10/31/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 254: Chicken Shawarma, Vegan Nacho Cheese, and Winter Squash||In food news this week, we ask a question raised by Bloomberg: Are millennials killing American cheese? In What’s for Dinner, we’re returning to a favorite recipe: Sam Sifton’s Chicken Shawarma. In How’d you Make That,||10/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 253: Chicken Ricotta Meatballs, Broccoli Tabbouleh, and Pasta Shapes||In food news this week, Brian Wansink of Cornell, known for media-friendly studies showing that people eat more out of larger bowls among other things, is out of a job. In What’s for Dinner, we’re talking chicken ricotta meatballs.||10/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 252: Yogurt Flatbreads, Nearly Meatless Meatballs, and Thanksgiving Prep||In food news, we chatted about how Weight Watchers has rebranded as WW in an attempt to move out of the diet space and into the health and wellness one. In our “What’s for Dinner” segment, we talk about the yogurt flatbreads from the new Milk Stre||10/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 251: Soup, Sunflower Seed Butter, and Liana Ottaviani||In food news this week, we’ve got a preview of the fall issue of Edible Philly. In our “What’s for Dinner” segment, we talk about all the soups we can’t wait to make this fall. In our “How’d You Make That?” segment,||10/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Fun, personal and educational!
I’ve listened to Local Mouthful Podcasts for a few years now. I ALWAYS learn something about food or cooking from each podcast. Plus Joy and Marisa make it so personal, I feel like I am in the same room sitting right next to them.
At first, I thought they might focus just on the Philadelphia food scene. But it’s mostly how to eat great food and easy, new recipes. When they talk about Philadelphia it just makes me want to visit!
I have used their ideas for adding different ingredients to eggs, rice, and vegetables. Lots of good vegetable uses. They also talk about new food research and products.
Whenever I work in the kitchen, I turn on a saved Local Mouthful podcast. It’s my favorite thing to listen to!
Gives me so many ideas!
Perfect for anyone who loves cooking or wants to learn more about food, flavors, and all things kitchen.
Wealth of food knowledge and fascinating discussions
I am a new subscriber and I just binged your entire podcast history! I love, love the way you talk about food as very knowledgable cooks yourselves but without pretense and allowing for the fact that your listeners (like me!) aren't starting at zero when it comes to cooking. I love that the hosts have different health needs and family compositions, which adds to the richness of their discussions. I also love how you talk about vegan foods, canning, and barbecue (just to name a few categories) as part of a broad love of food rather than a strange subcategory. I'm NYC-based but I don't find anything about the "local" Philly angle problematic or foreign.
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