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The Bon Appétit Foodcast features interviews with chefs, writers, and well, anyone who has something cool to say about food. Episodes air every Wednesday.

Latest Episodes

Episode 245: It's Alive, Deep Dive

This week, we’re going behind the scenes of It’s Alive, our video series that chronicles Brad Leone's fermentation experiments (and adventures) and is edited by Matt Hunziker. It was a big leap from videos we used to make—less hands in pans, more humor—so Brad and Hunzi sit with Adam to talk about the series' evolution. After that, we're reading letters and comments we receive. A lot of them are nice, a few are mean, and some are constructive—the kind that we like to engage with. Finally, we're airing the first of a new recurring segment called Cook, Marry, Kill with senior staff writer Alex Beggs.

56 MIN3 d ago
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Episode 245: It's Alive, Deep Dive

Episode 244: The Road to Chicken Thigh Biryani

The newest member of our Test Kitchen team, Sohla El-Waylly, talks about her recent recipe for chicken thigh biryani based on her mom’s lamb version. It took a lot of testing to get it just right—and now it really is. After that, associate editor Hilary Cadigan chats with Donny Sirisavath, chef and owner of Khao Noodle shop in Dallas and this year's no. 2 Best New Restaurant.

46 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 244: The Road to Chicken Thigh Biryani

Episode 243: From Butchers to Small Business Owners

Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest left their NYC butcher shop and restaurant about two years ago. They were tired of the long hours and wanted to start a family. So they did just that and founded their own sausage company, J&E Small Goods, which they talk about with Carla Lalli Music. After that, Basically editor Sarah Jampel tells you everything you need to know about cooking with nuts.

55 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 243: From Butchers to Small Business Owners

Bonus Episode 242: Yasmin Khan

We were lucky to have Yasmin Khan stop by the offices a few weeks ago, so we’re airing that conversation for you today as a bonus episode. Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro chats with Yasmin about her latest book, Zaitoun. It chronicles her travels throughout Palestine, sharing the stories and recipes of the people she met along the way.

27 MIN3 w ago
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Bonus Episode 242: Yasmin Khan

Episode 241: Nothing Fancy

Alison Roman is back to talk about her new cookbook, Nothing Fancy, which just came out yesterday. It’s as beautiful as her first and filled with recipes developed around the idea of having people over. That’s right: not entertaining, just having people over. Here she explains how the book came together—and how hosting friends doesn’t have to be a big fussy thing.

48 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 241: Nothing Fancy

Episode 240: Questlove's Mixtape

Questlove just released his fifth book, Mixtape Potluck, which also happens to be his first cookbook. It's a collection of recipes from his friends—chefs, musicians, entertainers, and artists—and meant to inspire the kind of potluck-style dinner parties he hosts. He swung by to talk about what went into making the book, how food and creativity overlap for him, and, of course, his favorite Philly cheesesteak spots.

48 MINOCT 16
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Episode 240: Questlove's Mixtape

Episode 239: Don't Be Scared of Cooking Fish at Home

Molly Baz is here to help. She shares tips on how to shop for fish (even if you can't make it to speciality market), how to cook fish without stinking up your house, and more. After that, Alex Delany is back with more drinks you should be making now that it's fall. Get the recipes from this episode: Clam Toasts with Pancetta Shrimp Toasts with Sesame Seeds and Scallions Whole Fried Fish with Tomatillo Sauce BA's Best Linguini with Clams Slow-Roasted Salmon with Harissa Slow-Roasted Cod with Bell Peppers Fall Spritz

39 MINOCT 9
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Episode 239: Don't Be Scared of Cooking Fish at Home

Episode 238: Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying Want You to Cook From Their New Book

After living in Japan for nearly two decades, Ivan Orkin is the chef and owner of two ramen shops in NYC and widely (and unusually) considered an American authority on ramen. He enlisted Chris Ying, cofounder and former editor of the late Lucky Peach, to tag team and write The Gaijin Cookbook, their new Japanese cookbook you're truly meant to put to good use. Then, Carla gives us her top 10 cooking rules.

60 MINOCT 2
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Episode 238: Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying Want You to Cook From Their New Book

Episode 237: The Life of a Recipe

We were at Feast Portland a couple of weekends ago, where Carla Lalli Music and Andy Baraghani talked about the life of a recipe at BA, from development to, ultimately, video. This week, we're airing that conversation. After that, Andy gives us his top 10 cooking rules. Get the recipes from this episode: Gochujang Pork Shoulder Steaks Chopstick-Ready Rice Crunchy Baked Saffron Rice with Barberries (Tachin)

50 MINSEP 25
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Episode 237: The Life of a Recipe

Episode 236: The Man Behind the Camera

Alex Lau is BA's all-star staff photographer. He's been with the brand for going on six years, and this week he's talking about how he got his start and what it's like to travel the world with a camera in hand. After that, it's Molly Baz's turn to tell us her top 10 cooking rules.

52 MINSEP 18
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Episode 236: The Man Behind the Camera

Latest Episodes

Episode 245: It's Alive, Deep Dive

This week, we’re going behind the scenes of It’s Alive, our video series that chronicles Brad Leone's fermentation experiments (and adventures) and is edited by Matt Hunziker. It was a big leap from videos we used to make—less hands in pans, more humor—so Brad and Hunzi sit with Adam to talk about the series' evolution. After that, we're reading letters and comments we receive. A lot of them are nice, a few are mean, and some are constructive—the kind that we like to engage with. Finally, we're airing the first of a new recurring segment called Cook, Marry, Kill with senior staff writer Alex Beggs.

56 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Episode 245: It's Alive, Deep Dive

Episode 244: The Road to Chicken Thigh Biryani

The newest member of our Test Kitchen team, Sohla El-Waylly, talks about her recent recipe for chicken thigh biryani based on her mom’s lamb version. It took a lot of testing to get it just right—and now it really is. After that, associate editor Hilary Cadigan chats with Donny Sirisavath, chef and owner of Khao Noodle shop in Dallas and this year's no. 2 Best New Restaurant.

46 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 244: The Road to Chicken Thigh Biryani

Episode 243: From Butchers to Small Business Owners

Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest left their NYC butcher shop and restaurant about two years ago. They were tired of the long hours and wanted to start a family. So they did just that and founded their own sausage company, J&E Small Goods, which they talk about with Carla Lalli Music. After that, Basically editor Sarah Jampel tells you everything you need to know about cooking with nuts.

55 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 243: From Butchers to Small Business Owners

Bonus Episode 242: Yasmin Khan

We were lucky to have Yasmin Khan stop by the offices a few weeks ago, so we’re airing that conversation for you today as a bonus episode. Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro chats with Yasmin about her latest book, Zaitoun. It chronicles her travels throughout Palestine, sharing the stories and recipes of the people she met along the way.

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 242: Yasmin Khan

Episode 241: Nothing Fancy

Alison Roman is back to talk about her new cookbook, Nothing Fancy, which just came out yesterday. It’s as beautiful as her first and filled with recipes developed around the idea of having people over. That’s right: not entertaining, just having people over. Here she explains how the book came together—and how hosting friends doesn’t have to be a big fussy thing.

48 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 241: Nothing Fancy

Episode 240: Questlove's Mixtape

Questlove just released his fifth book, Mixtape Potluck, which also happens to be his first cookbook. It's a collection of recipes from his friends—chefs, musicians, entertainers, and artists—and meant to inspire the kind of potluck-style dinner parties he hosts. He swung by to talk about what went into making the book, how food and creativity overlap for him, and, of course, his favorite Philly cheesesteak spots.

48 MINOCT 16
Comments
Episode 240: Questlove's Mixtape

Episode 239: Don't Be Scared of Cooking Fish at Home

Molly Baz is here to help. She shares tips on how to shop for fish (even if you can't make it to speciality market), how to cook fish without stinking up your house, and more. After that, Alex Delany is back with more drinks you should be making now that it's fall. Get the recipes from this episode: Clam Toasts with Pancetta Shrimp Toasts with Sesame Seeds and Scallions Whole Fried Fish with Tomatillo Sauce BA's Best Linguini with Clams Slow-Roasted Salmon with Harissa Slow-Roasted Cod with Bell Peppers Fall Spritz

39 MINOCT 9
Comments
Episode 239: Don't Be Scared of Cooking Fish at Home

Episode 238: Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying Want You to Cook From Their New Book

After living in Japan for nearly two decades, Ivan Orkin is the chef and owner of two ramen shops in NYC and widely (and unusually) considered an American authority on ramen. He enlisted Chris Ying, cofounder and former editor of the late Lucky Peach, to tag team and write The Gaijin Cookbook, their new Japanese cookbook you're truly meant to put to good use. Then, Carla gives us her top 10 cooking rules.

60 MINOCT 2
Comments
Episode 238: Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying Want You to Cook From Their New Book

Episode 237: The Life of a Recipe

We were at Feast Portland a couple of weekends ago, where Carla Lalli Music and Andy Baraghani talked about the life of a recipe at BA, from development to, ultimately, video. This week, we're airing that conversation. After that, Andy gives us his top 10 cooking rules. Get the recipes from this episode: Gochujang Pork Shoulder Steaks Chopstick-Ready Rice Crunchy Baked Saffron Rice with Barberries (Tachin)

50 MINSEP 25
Comments
Episode 237: The Life of a Recipe

Episode 236: The Man Behind the Camera

Alex Lau is BA's all-star staff photographer. He's been with the brand for going on six years, and this week he's talking about how he got his start and what it's like to travel the world with a camera in hand. After that, it's Molly Baz's turn to tell us her top 10 cooking rules.

52 MINSEP 18
Comments
Episode 236: The Man Behind the Camera
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