Today at Listen and Cook headquarters it’s blue skies in every direction, but it’s always real gouda weather for grilled cheese (ba dum dum). Cheesy puns aside, there’s stiltons home chefs can learn from each of the food, bev, and community-minded audiobooks below. READ MORE
For this week’s Listen and Cook, check out this fun recipe that you and your family can make together: Cinnamon-Bun Quick Bread from Christina Tosi’s bestselling cookbook Milk Bar: Kids Only. READ MORE
No need to get bogged down by complicated recipes when you can make a simple, delicious meal that’s as soothing as it is low-maintenance: “Internet Chicken” from Cathy Erway’s cookbook Sheet Pan Chicken: 50 Simple and Satisfying Ways to Cook Dinner. READ MORE
It’s Halloween weekend, and we’ve got Vampire bunnies (ahem, see below) and baking on the brain! In this week’s Listen and Cook, we’re sharing this easy recipe for Sparkling GingerbreadÂ from Yossy Arefi’s cookbook Snacking Cakes. And since cake and heartwarming stories go perfectly together, especially if you’re sharing your kitchen with little bakers, see below to get our recommendations for classic kids’ audiobooks (that adults will also love).
Home bread baking is taking kitchens by storm, and both aspiring and seasoned dough-slingers alike can now listen to a mini master class in sourdough from James Beard Award winner Chad Robertson, co-owner of the renowned Tartine Bakery, and head baker Jennifer Latham, authors and narrators of Getting Started with Sourdough, now available as an audiobook exclusive. READ MORE
Home chefs know that prepping holiday meals is more of a marathon than a sprint, and no matter what’s on the menu, listening to an audiobook in the kitchen while you chop, mince, knead, and pound can add new spice to your traditions. READ MORE