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Burnt Toast Podcast

Burnt Toast Podcast

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Burnt Toast is a podcast from Food52 for people who never stop wondering about food. Join host Kenzi Wilbur, plus a rotating cast of guests, for controversial cooking topics, food culture, and occasional good-spirited debate. Part of the Panoply Network.


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Can You *Really* Season Your Food with Sound?

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 20, 2017


We talk to Professor Charles Spence about the science behind how what you hear when you eat affects the whole multi-sensory experience.

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Meet the Roto-Broil 400

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 06, 2017


This countertop rotisserie has a lively cult following for producing the juiciest, spit-roasted birds. Our reason to be suspicious? It was made in the 1950s. We put one to the test to find out if this machine *really* makes the best chicken,

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Why is There No Pie Emoji?

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 23, 2017


We ask—and then we try to change emoji history. Learn how an emoji gets made as we submit our pie emoji proposal to Unicode.

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The Kit Kat Jingle That Almost Wasn't

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 09, 2017


We track down the composer of one of the catchiest jingles of all time—the jingle that opened new factories it was so popular—to learn its surprising origin story. 












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Season 2....Coming Very Soon!

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Mon, Mar 06, 2017


We'll be back on March 9th with a new season --and a whole new look. Here's a sneak peek.

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I Propose a (Wedding) Toast (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Feb 23, 2017


This episode digs into the art of the wedding toast—let it serve as an example of what to do, what not to do, and what to never even think of doing if you're asked to speak. We asked for your best and worst toast stories—here they are. This episode is a rebroadcast from June 30, 2016. 

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Jonathan Gold on L.A. Food, Anonymity, and Thousand-Year Eggs (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Feb 09, 2017


Getting 30 minutes in a room with L.A. restaurant critic and Pulitzer-winning food writer Jonathan Gold is a little like feeding the man himself a single taco. We do it anyway. Listen as we discuss City of Gold—the new documentary featuring him—plus the role of a critic, the insignificance of anonymity, and the great mosaic that is L.A. food. This episode was originally released on March 24, 2016. 

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Simply Nigella Lawson (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jan 26, 2017


Nigella Lawson, the domestic goddess herself, on cooking as necessity over therapy, how she doesn't entertain, and about making up her own words. This episode is a rebroadcast from November 5, 2015. 





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Michael Pollan, Ten Years After the Omnivore’s Dilemma (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jan 12, 2017


Does Michael Pollan always follow his own food rules? Does he *truly* believe sustainability is economically feasible? We talk to journalist and one of today's important voices in food about these things—and you tell us how his work has impacted your life. This episode was originally released on August 11, 2016. 

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Fat Isn’t Bad, Stupid Is Bad (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Dec 29, 2016


Or so says food writer Michael Ruhlman, who wants to know if you know what’s in your food. He wants to restart the conversation around this—and change the way we talk about what we eat. Today, we hear why he thinks kale isn’t healthy, and what we can do to be better cooks, eaters, and shoppers. This episode was originally released on February 11, 2016. 

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Someone Put A Diaper On The Turkey (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Dec 15, 2016


We asked you to share your holiday disasters—the biggest flubs, the most comically tragic things that inevitably happen when everyone comes together for the holidays. You delivered. Here are the best of the worst—and here’s to reminding ourselves that whatever happens this year, it could probably be worse. This episode was originally released on December 17, 2015. 

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Man vs. Meatloaf (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Dec 01, 2016


Kenji L?pez-Alt of Serious Eats’ Food Lab fame just published a book, and it’s 900 pages of hard cooking science and strong opinions. We learn what makes him and his recipes tick, then decide to tackle his 8-page meatloaf recipe on our own. Is it all worth it? This episode was originally released on October 22, 2015. 

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Calvin Trillin's Thanksgiving Campaign: Spaghetti Carbonara Day (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Nov 17, 2016


In honor of Trillin's campaign to change the national Thanksgiving dish from turkey to spaghetti carbonara, we ask him to read his 1981 essay. Listen to him tell the tale of the very first Thanksgiving dinner, and then maybe start a campaign of your own. Happy Thanksgiving, turkeys. This episode was originally released on November 24, 2015. 

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On Co-Authoring and Chef Whispering (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Nov 03, 2016


We talk to New York Times writer and prolific cookbook author Melissa Clark about co-authoring. We find out what it’s like to get inside someone else’s voice, why the process is a little like dating, and all about the infamous Tuna Casserole Bread from the first cookbook she ever wrote. This episode was originally released on July 18, 2015. 

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Who Wins the 2016 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks? (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Oct 20, 2016


Today's the first day of our annual NCAA-style cookbook tournament, so we asked for your predictions. Hear who our judges and readers think is going to win—and hear from a bookstore owner who's running her own competition—in today's episode. This episode was originally released on February 25, 2016. 

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The Genius Recipes that Change the Way We Cook (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Oct 06, 2016


Kristen Miglore— our mighty Creative Director and colleague—has been surfacing recipes from food luminaries that promise to change the way we cook for the past 5 years. She collects them in her James Beard Award-nominated column, Genius Recipes, and also in a New York Times best-selling book by the same name. This episode goes behind the scenes on how she chooses them, those that have taken on a life of their own, and what it is, really, that makes a recipe genius. This episode was originally released on April 21, 2016. 

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Our All-Time Favorite Burnt Toast Moments from the Archives

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Sep 22, 2016


We went back through the archives to highlight some of our favorite clips over the past two years. Why? Burnt Toast is taking a short break to come back even better—with deeper storytelling—in 2017. We’ll be re-releasing episodes we love in the meantime. For now: Enjoy stories of diapers on turkeys, Jonathan Gold on being a critic, and the story of a wedding toast that went awry. 

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What’s Different About Getting a Food Job Now?

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Fri, Sep 09, 2016


We revisit a topic from one of our earliest episodes of Burnt Toast—and the one you’ve listened to most: first food jobs, and advice for future food writers. Listen to how co-founder of Food52 Amanda Hesser and founder of Lucky Peach Peter Meehan got to where they are now, and hear if any of their advice has changed.

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The World of Wacky, Wonderful Road Trips

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Fri, Aug 26, 2016


Go see the World's Largest Peanuts (yes, there are two) or the World's Oldest Ham—We'll tell you what to eat and what to listen to along the way. Welcome to the great American road trip season. Happy travels, listeners. 

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Michael Pollan, Ten Years After the Omnivore’s Dilemma

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Aug 11, 2016


Does Michael Pollan always follow his own food rules? Does he *truly* believe sustainability is economically feasible? We talk to journalist and one of today's important voices in food about these things—and you tell us how his work has impacted your life. 

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That Time We Tried to Ship Turkeys Across the Country

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Fri, Jul 29, 2016


We go behind the scenes of the Food52 Shop, which celebrates it's third anniversary this summer, and talk with founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs about what it's like to run a food business, what we've learned, and the mistakes we've made--including, yes, shipping fresh turkeys on Thanksgiving. 

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Simply Nigella Lawson (Rebroadcast)

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jul 14, 2016


Nigella Lawson, the domestic goddess herself, on cooking as necessity over therapy, how she doesn't entertain, and about making up her own words. This episode is a rebroadcast from November 5, 2015. 







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I Propose a (Wedding) Toast

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jun 30, 2016


This episode digs into the art of the wedding toast—let it serve as an example of what to do, what not to do, and what to never even think of doing if you're asked to speak. We asked for your best and worst toast stories—here they are. 

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Judith Jones and Her Life in Food

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jun 16, 2016


This is part two of a conversation with the legendary editor. Last time, we talked Julia Child and Judith’s work as a cookbook editor—but Judith is a cook herself, too. This time we go inside Judith’s kitchen and talk about her own personal intersection with food. 

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Lunch with Judith Jones at the Best Restaurant in Manhattan

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jun 02, 2016


In part one of a two-part series, we talk to Judith Jones, legendary editor of Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Hear about her work with cookbooks and their authors (think: Marcella Hazan, Marion Cunningham), and learn why, even still, she wouldn’t call herself a cookbook editor. And: There’s a Julia Child impression or two in here, just for fun.

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What We Cook When We Don't Feel Like Cooking

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, May 19, 2016


This was the subject of our most popular post on Food52 last year, so we asked more of you for your back-pocket, too-tired-to-cook meals. We all have them—here's what you said, plus our tips for riffing and making them even faster. 

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A Seat at Chef's Table

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, May 05, 2016


We sit down with David Gelb—director of Netflix's popular Chef's Table and the 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi—to talk about what's just off camera: How he selects chefs to feature, what goes into each episode, and what's in store for the new season, launching May 27th. 

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And the James Beard Award Goes To...

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Wed, Apr 27, 2016


How do the James Beards really work, anyway? We go behind the scenes of the Oscars of the food world to trace a cookbook from submission to judging to—fingers crossed—winning an award. 

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The Genius Recipes that Change the Way We Cook

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 21, 2016


Kristen Miglore—our mighty Creative Director and colleague—has been surfacing recipes from food luminaries that promise to change the way we cook for the past 5 years. She collects them in her James Beard Award-nominated column, Genius Recipes, and also in a New York Times best-selling book by the same name. This episode goes behind the scenes on how she chooses them, those that have taken on a life of their own, and what it is, really, that makes a recipe genius

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That Spritz Life: Drinking Culture in Italy

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 07, 2016


It's Italy Week at Food52, so we sat down—and drank spritzes—with the authors of two of our favorite new books: Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau, authors of "Spritz," and Katie Parla of "Tasting Rome." We talk cocktail legends and carbonara origin stories, and, spoiler: We do some of it in Italian.  


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Jonathan Gold on L.A. Food, Anonymity, and Thousand-Year Eggs

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 24, 2016


Getting 30 minutes in a room with L.A. restaurant critic and Pulitzer-winning food writer Jonathan Gold is a little like feeding the man himself a single taco. We do it anyway. Listen as we discuss City of Gold—the new documentary featuring him—plus the role of a critic, the insignificance of anonymity, and the great mosaic that is L.A. food.

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Behind the Scenes of the Food52 Piglet

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 10, 2016


How it works, all of the behind-the-scenes that happens before you see the tournament play out on the site, and more than a handful of disasters that have happened in the 7 years it's been running. Hear it all—and more—in this week's episode. 

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Who Wins the 2016 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks?

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Feb 25, 2016


Today's the first day of our annual NCAA-style cookbook tournament, so we asked for your predictions. Hear who our judges and readers think is going to win—and hear from a bookstore owner who's running her own competition—in today's episode.

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Fat Isn’t Bad, Stupid Is Bad

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Feb 11, 2016


Or so says food writer Michael Ruhlman, who wants to know if you know what’s in your food. He wants to restart the conversation around this—and change the way we talk about what we eat. Today, we hear why he thinks kale isn’t healthy, and what we can do to be better cooks, eaters, and shoppers. 

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Always Be Cooking: What I Learned From Cooking 90 Meals in 30 Days

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jan 28, 2016


We invite editor and creator of #Cook90 David Tamarkin into the studio to talk about what it's like to cook 3 meals a day for 30 days—and we find out about the things he never expected to learn, and the questions he never intended to raise.

This episode is sponsored by Casper, offering premium mattresses online for a fraction of the price. Get $50 toward any mattress purchase by visiting casper.com/toast and using promo code TOAST.

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When Kids, Parents, Grandparents Predict the Future of Food

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jan 14, 2016


We ask all of the above what the new hotness will be in 2016. Will soup be the next hot food? And much more, right this way. You heard it here first. Spoiler alert.  

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Someone Put A Diaper On The Turkey

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Dec 17, 2015


We asked you to share your holiday disasters—the biggest flubs, the most comically tragic things that inevitably happen when everyone comes together for the holidays. You delivered. Here are the best of the worst—and here’s to reminding ourselves that whatever happens this year, it could probably be worse. 

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Calvin Trillin's Thanksgiving Campaign: Spaghetti Carbonara Day

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Wed, Nov 25, 2015


In honor of Trillin's campaign to change the national Thanksgiving dish from turkey to spaghetti carbonara, we ask him to read his 1981 essay. Listen to him tell the tale of the very first Thanksgiving dinner, and then maybe start a campaign of your own. Happy Thanksgiving, turkeys. This episode is brought to you by Texture. The app that gives you an all access pass to the world's best magazines, right on your phone or tablet. Try Texture for free when you go to texture.com/TOAST. And by The Message, a new podcast from GE Podcast Theater.

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Simply Nigella Lawson

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Nov 19, 2015


We talk with the domestic goddess herself: Listen to Nigella Lawson on cooking as necessity over therapy, how she doesn't entertain, and about making up her own words. 

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Till Dinner Do Us Part

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Nov 05, 2015


This week we find out what it's like to cook the food for your entire wedding. Food writer Jill Santopietro walks us through how she did it—right down to showing us how to make the 3,428 gnocchi she rolled for that day, 8 years ago. Plus we hear some wedding food advice from some of our friends in the food world. 

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Man vs. Meatloaf

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Oct 22, 2015


Kenji L?pez-Alt of Serious Eats’ Food Lab fame just published a book, and it’s 900 pages of hard cooking science and strong opinions. We learn what makes him and his recipes tick, then decide to tackle his 8-page meatloaf recipe on our own. Is it all worth it? 

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Ruth Reichl is Coming to Dinner

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Oct 08, 2015


We invite writer and former editor in chief of the iconic Gourmet Magazine Ruth Reichl to our office for a dinner party in honor of her new book, My Kitchen Year. Learn about her time post-Gourmet, where she thinks she learned to write a lede, and how Twitter helped her tell her stories.

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Dale Talde on Throwing Authenticity Right Out the Window

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Fri, Sep 25, 2015


Find out when the chef and former Top Chef contestant thinks fusion food actually works, why there are half-naked women in his cookbook, and how he and JJ Goode worked together to turn his vision of authenticity into their new cookbook, Asian American. 

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His Name is Garrett Oliver and He Hates Crappy Beer

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Sep 10, 2015


Over a few PBRs, we talk to the head brewmaster at Brooklyn Brewery about all things beer: Big breweries and their craft offshoots, the differences between East and West Coast styles, and where polka music comes into play (hint: it does).  This episode of Burnt Toast is sponsored by Casper.com. Right now get $50 towards any mattress purchase by going to Casper.com/TOAST This episode is also sponsored by Audible.com. To get a free audiobook of your choice go to Audible.com/TOAST 

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That Vegan Life: Free to Be Me and You, Cashews

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Aug 27, 2015


We talk to Food52 contributor and author of our forthcoming vegan cookbook Gena Hamshaw all about veganism: her favorite dishes, what you should never try to make vegan, and why our Managing Editor Kenzi should give cashew cheese another go.  This episode was sponsored by Casper, an online retailer of premium mattresses. For $50 toward any purchase, go to Casper.com/TOAST.   

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Pizza for Breakfast: Cooking For (and With) Kids

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Aug 13, 2015


We talk about the beauty and chaos that is feeding our children. Together with writer Phyllis Grant—and a studio full of kids—we cover rules, haphazard recipe development, and why you should never feed eggplant to a child under the age of 9. 

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If Amanda Hesser Seats You at the End of the Table

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jul 30, 2015


Today we’re answering your questions about dinner parties. We talk tips and tricks, and then we’ll get to the good stuff: What to do if the food doesn’t come out, how to gracefully ask lingering guests to leave for the night, and why doing the dishes passive aggressively is never a good move. 

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On Co-Authoring and Chef Whispering

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jul 16, 2015


We talk to New York Times writer and prolific cookbook author Melissa Clark about co-authoring. We find out what it’s like to get inside someone else’s voice, why the process is a little like dating, and all about the infamous Tuna Casserole Bread from the first cookbook she ever wrote.     Panoply’s conducting a survey. Click here to fill it out: Panoply.fm/survey By filling it out you'll help Panoply make great podcasts about the thing you love, and things you didn't even know you loved. Panoply.fm/survey  

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Burnt Toast Ep 09: My New Eggs for Dinner

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jul 02, 2015


Today we dedicate our whole episode to a roundtable on meal planning: Amanda, Merrill, and Kenzi answer questions from our staff and community about how to cook smarter every week. Highlights include refrigerator graveyards, condiment guilt, and why avocado toast is a little like comfortable underwear.   This episode of Burnt Toast is sponsored by Casper. Get $50 toward any mattress purchase by visiting www.casper.com/TOAST, and using promo code TOAST. 

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Burnt Toast Ep 08: It All Started With Hot Fudge Sundaes

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jun 18, 2015


We invite Doug Quint and Bryan Petroff of Big Gay Ice Cream into the studio to talk about summer’s favorite frozen dessert. There are no boundaries: We discuss bedazzled unicorns, magnums, beet soft serve, and—for a little light hazing—we have Doug taste test some classic Good Humor ice cream treats.    Burnt Toast is brought to you by Blue Apron. Blue Apron is the new service that delivers all the ingredients you need to make incredible meals at home. Discover a better way to cook. Visit BlueApron.com/TOAST to get your first two meals free today.

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Burnt Toast Ep. 07: Lunch is a Point of Honor

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Jun 04, 2015


Even when it's leftover pizza or takeout from down the block. We talk to book seller and author of Lunch at the Shop Peter Miller about the midday meal: Why we should always break for it, the simple ways to make it better, and how to make our new favorite of his recipes, Pizza Soup. (You're going to want to hear this.) 

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Burnt Toast Ep 06: Everyone’s a Critic 

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, May 21, 2015


This week, we talk to NY Mag food critic Adam Platt about criticism in an age that makes it easy for everyone with an internet connection to be a reviewer. Listen in for some salty conversation, his live evaluation of some food in the studio, and—because we couldn’t help it—a dramatic Yelp reading or two.      Burnt Toast is brought to you by Blue Apron. Blue Apron is the new service that delivers all the ingredients you need to make incredible meals at home. Discover a better way to cook. Visit BlueApron.com/TOAST to get your first two meals free. BlueApron.com/TOAST

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Burnt Toast Ep 05: What We Talk About When We Talk About Coffee

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, May 07, 2015


We invite food writer and coffee expert Oliver Strand—and our very own Michael Hoffman—into the studio to talk coffee. After we make sure we’re caffeinated, we discuss specialty coffee, coffee snobbery, and cup some McCafe, just for fun. 

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Burnt Toast Ep 04: Dinner Between Two People

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 23, 2015


For this episode all about food on early dates, we talk to Saveur Editor in Chief Adam Sachs about confessions, rules, and everything in between. And we do it all completely sober, in a brightly lit room—just as no early date should ever be. 

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Burnt Toast Ep 03: Food Didn’t Mean Anything to Me Then

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Apr 09, 2015


Today’s episode covers the topic of first food jobs—we chat with Lucky Peach co-founder Peter Meehan about how he got his start, how aspiring food writers might get theirs, and just how scrappy Amanda was before The New York Times.

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Burnt Toast Ep 02: Cookbooks: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 26, 2015


This episode is a party: We pack the studio with Charlotte Druckman, Kenzi Wilbur, and Marian Bull to talk about something near and dear to our hearts -- cookbooks. We chat about what makes a good one, what makes a bad one, and some of the craziest books ever published. 

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Burnt Toast Ep 01: I Draw the Line at Tongue

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Thu, Mar 12, 2015


We invite chef, bakery owner, and cookbook author Allison Robicelli on our show to talk about all manner of strange food: What constitutes strange, the craziest things we’ve ever eaten, and how we feel about all of it. Things get weird. 

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Promo: Burnt Toast

Author: Food52 / Panoply
Wed, Feb 25, 2015


Here at Burnt Toast, we talk about the things that don’t make it onto Food52.com. Join hosts and founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, plus a rotating cast of smart, salty guests, for controversial cooking topics, food culture, and occasional good-spirited debate.

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