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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining
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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining

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Episodes

Episode 182: Burger Central

9/19/2018
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"Burger Expert" is an actual job—and George Motz is the man who claims the title. We chat with Motz about what exactly that means, and how he makes his onion-laced smash burgers. Later, senior food editor Chris Morocco talks about how he developed his Easiest-Ever Grilled Veggie Burgers.

Duration:00:51:32

Episode 181: Chrissy Teigen Makes Pad Thai Carbonara

9/12/2018
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Chrissy Teigen's second cookbook, Cravings: Hungry for More, is out next week. We talk to her about what it was like to create recipes for this book, why cheesy chicken milanese is better than regular chicken milanese, and how she worked with her mom to develop the Thai dishes she grew up eating.

Duration:00:30:28

Episode 180: Peak Tomato

9/5/2018
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This time of year, every tomato variety, from super sweet sungolds to juicy heirlooms, taste like the most delicious things you’ve ever eaten. We're talking about our favorite tomato-heavy recipes, from a yellow tomato bloody mary to buttery, ginger-and-garlic-spiked tomatoes on toast.

Duration:00:39:06

Episode 179: Jimmy O. Yang Ate His Way Through Singapore

8/29/2018
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Jimmy O. Yang is a stand-up comedian and actor who plays Jian-Yang on Silicon Valley and the ridiculously over-the-top Bernard Tai in Crazy Rich Asians. This week, he talks about the fast food he loved after immigrating to the U.S. from Hong Kong at 13, what the cast of the film ate while filming in Singapore, and making wontons at home.

Duration:00:41:24

Episode 178: Must. Keep. Grilling.

8/22/2018
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It's still summer, which means there's still time to hang out in your backyard and grill lots of things. Cookbook author and teacher Samin Nosrat, and chef of Reynard in NYC, Christina Lecki, share how they got into cooking over live fire and give some advice for starting out.

Duration:00:58:13

Episode 177: The Hot 10

8/15/2018
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Yesterday we launched our annual Hot 10 list, the best new restaurants in America. Deputy editor Julia Kramer talks to editor at large Andrew Knowlton—who compiled the list—about how he approached his months-long journey to find the most delicious, exciting places to eat right now.

Duration:00:44:59

Episode 176: Bring the Mid-Summer Heat

8/8/2018
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We're right in between the start and end of summer, the time when every moment of late-night light feels precious, and produce is produce is at its peak. Adam, Carla, and Gabe T. discuss all the hits they've already cooked and all the dishes the're dying to make before the season comes to a close.

Duration:00:52:42

Episode 175: All Day Long

8/1/2018
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Heather Sperling and Emily Fiffer helm the all-day cafe, Botanica, in Los Angeles. They talk about their transition from working in food media to starting and maintaining a successful restaurant—and what, in a male-dominated industry, makes the mostly women-run Botanica different. After that, it's peak farmers' market season and we've got all the do's and dont's to make sure you're on your best behavior while shopping for your weekly haul.

Duration:00:58:06

Episode 174: It's All In the Vibe

7/25/2018
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Amy Morris and Anna Polonsky run MP Shift, a design studio behind some of our favorite restaurants. But what does that mean exactly? They turn restaurant owners' imaginations into reality when it comes to everything from the layout of a space to the graphics on their menus and matchbooks.

Duration:00:42:19

Episode 173: Pizza, Pizza!

7/18/2018
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The best NYC slice is a highly contested topic. Everyone has their favorite. Associate editor Alex Delany went to 30 pizza joints in 36 hours to find out which one (you know, in his opinion) reigned supreme. Then, Scarr Pimentel, the owner and chef of the Lower East Side pizza joint, Scarr's (probably the place you are most likely to run into a BA editor), talks about what makes his pies different.

Duration:01:14:26

Episode 172: The Ice Cream Man

7/11/2018
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Tyler Malek is the founder and head ice cream maker at Salt & Straw, the now-famous scoop shop that started in Portland, Oregon and has since grown into a mini West Coast empire. Tyler talks about how his collaborations with chefs keeps him on the cutting edge of ice cream innovation. After that, pitmaster Rodney Scott of Rodney Scott's BBQ in Charleston, SC tells us how he cooks whole hogs, smoked turkey, and more.

Duration:01:07:56

Episode 171: Todd Richards Has Soul

7/5/2018
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Two-time James Beard nominee, chef Todd Richards recently came out with his first cookbook, Soul. Editor at large Andrew Knowlton talks with Todd about the importance of history in influencing his approach to food, including, of course, pimiento cheese. After that, we've got four recipes for updated takes on classic side dishes. Get the recipes from this episode: Romesco Pasta Salad with Basil and Parmesan Charred Bean and Pea Salad Spicy Kimchi Slaw Wilted Greens in Tomato-Bacon Broth

Duration:00:55:42

Episode 170: The World's 50 Best Restaurants...?

6/27/2018
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Last week, the annual list of the World's 50 Best Restaurants was announced... immediately followed by criticism that the spots chosen were almost exclusively male-run, Euro-centric, and inaccessible to a lot of the dining public. So, is the list fixable, and is it worth fixing?

Duration:00:32:58

Episode 169: Alison Roman and "The Cookies"

6/20/2018
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A few weeks ago, we hosted a live recording (!!!) at The Bell House in Brooklyn with cookbook author and BonApp contributor Alison Roman. We chatted about how she (unintentionally) created a viral sensation around chocolate chip cookies. Plus, we discuss her writing process, and what she has planned for next.

Duration:00:42:36

Episode 168: America's Favorite Neighborhood Restaurants

6/13/2018
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Big Chicks is a queer bar in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. Barney Greengrass is an old-school Jewish deli on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. What do these places have in common? They're the neighborhood spots that we return to again and again. David Tamarkin, digital director of Epicurious, talks to Michelle Fire, the owner of Big Chicks, about what has kept her going all these years. Then, David Remnick, editor in chief of The New Yorker, lets us in on his Sunday morning smoked fish...

Duration:00:57:46

Episode 167: All the Veg

6/6/2018
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You know what goes well with grilled meats? Lots and lots of summery vegetables. Carla, Adam, and Gabe T. are talking blistered cabbage, a charred snap pea salad, a go-on-anything tahini ranch dressing, and more. Get the recipes from this episode: Celery Salad with Dates, Almonds, and Parmesan Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Chile Yogurt and Mint Farro with Pistachios, Mixed Herbs, and Golden Raisins Charred Sugar Snap Peas with Buttermilk Aioli Charred Cabbage with Goat Cheese Raita and...

Duration:00:52:44

Episode 166: The Salad King

5/30/2018
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Nic Jammet, co-founder and co-owner of Sweetgreen, is on to talk about the evolution of his fast-casual chain, from the one tiny shop he opened right after graduating college to the nearly 100 across the country that he operates now. After that, Pete Meehan, writer and former editor of the late Lucky Peach reads an essay he wrote for our June/July issue called The Barbecue Pit.

Duration:00:44:47

Episode 165: Jeff Goldblum Loves Good Quality Butter

5/23/2018
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Jeff Goldblum calls in from his bed in Los Angeles to talk about his oatmeal breakfast routine, his childhood summer barbecues, and how one of his favorite meals involves sushi followed by every flavor of frozen yogurt. After that, we take you through our recipe for Easy Sheet Cake with Chocolate-Cream Cheese Frosting (yes, there are rainbow sprinkles on top).

Duration:00:56:57

Episode 164: Nancy Singleton Hachisu

5/16/2018
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Nancy Singleton Hachisu traveled to Japan for a stint abroad 30 years ago, fell in love with a Japanese farmer, and never left. We take a look at her latest book, Japan: The Cookbook, a compilation of over 400 recipes, and talk about how to build a Japanese pantry (it all starts with really good soy sauce).

Duration:00:45:33

Episode 163: The Current State of Restaurant Criticism

5/9/2018
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Eater's national restaurant editor, Bill Addison, and our own deputy editor, Julia Kramer, discuss what it's like to be a restaurant critic in 2018. The landscape is vastly different than it was even 5 years ago with more "best of" lists than ever, diminishing local platforms, and a political climate that can't be ignored. There's a lot to be celebrated out there in a country that cares more about food than ever before, so how do they do it?

Duration:00:38:44