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).
This week in our Listen and Cook series we’re not only doubling the veggies in our pot roast with chef Sarah Copeland, we’re also doubling, tripling, and quadrupling the number of narrators in our audiobooks and serving up recommendations for listens as richly packed with talent as your stew will be with potatoes. Read more
There are plenty of recipes for hard cocktails out there, so for this week’s Listen and Cook, we’re delighted to present an alcohol-free delight that is plenty grown up: the Verjus Spritz from Good Drinks: Alcohol-free Recipes for When You’re Not Drinking for Whatever Reason by Julia Bainbridge. Read more
Oktoberfest may be cancelled this year, but if you’re looking for other full-bellied ways to appreciate beer at home, try pairing your sud-of-choice with this recipe from Cathy Erway’s Sheet Pan Chicken: 50 Simple and Satisfying Ways to Cook Dinner:
It’s August. It’s hot. And over here at PRH Audio we want food that’s fast, easy-peasy, and fresh as a breeze. Luckily we have two recipes to share with you that are just that, both from Fanny Singer’s memoir Always Home*. Read more
Cookbooks play a huge role in Amy Thielenâ€™s life. In her first book, the James Beard Award-winning cookbook The New Midwestern Table, Amy celebrates the hearty, from-the-earth cooking of her native Midwest. Now in her second book, Give a Girl a Knife, Amy shares her journey from childhood to adulthood, and how food was intertwined with it all. Read more