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Category: Podcast Episodes

  1. Monday, April 11

    Podcast Episode #38: Helene Dujardin

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #38: Interview with Helene Dujardin, Food Photographer and Writer

    Today’s podcast guest is, quite simply, lovely. For the show I sit down to talk with Helene Dujardin, talented food photographer and food writer who blogs at Tartelette. Helene and I get all deep, talking about how life often leads you where you least expect it, how she has used what she eats to help manage Ménière’s disease, different approaches to getting dinner on the table each week and more. In addition, Helene shares TONS of great recipes and kitchen tips, which is immediately apparent by the long list of links below. I am sure you will walk away from today’s podcast loving Helene as much as I do!

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

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  2. Thursday, March 31

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #37: Thursday Recipe & a Tip – Chocolate!

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #37: Thursday Recipe & a Tip - Chocolate!

    Today’s Thursday Recipe & a Tip is all about chocolate. I could talk for days about chocolate. I limited myself to 11 minutes this time around, but I think I’m going to have to do more chocolate-themed episodes. Because 11 minutes is not enough time to tell you all the ways to make perfect chocolate in your kitchen. Anyway, today I share one of my most favorite chocolate recipes with you as well as the secret ingredient you can use in your cooking to make chocolate rich in flavor.

    Please note: In this episode I mention that the SoNo Baking Company is in New York, but I meant Connecticut. I grew up in the “tri state area” (which is essentially NYC/Long Island, Northern New Jersey and Connecticut). Apparently my subconscious considers all of that “New York.” 😉

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

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  3. Monday, March 28

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #36: Catherine McCord

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #36: Weelicious and One Potato's Catherine McCord

    It’s a Monday, which means I get to share an interview with you on the podcast! Today I have a little chat with Catherine McCord, food blogger at Weelicious, author of two cookbooks and founder of the new meal delivery service One Potato. Catherine is a dedicated mother who cooks at home pretty much every day, despite an insane working schedule for herself and her husband. In addition to her kitchen awesomeness, she’s just a really nice person that I am grateful to know.

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

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  4. Thursday, March 17

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #35: Thursday Recipe & a Tip!

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #35: Thursday Recipe & a Tip - A easy and delicious slow cooker recipe plus a great tip for super tender chicken!

    Hey everyone! It’s Thursday, so I have a quick recipe and a tip on the podcast for you. I wax poetic about one of my favorite slow cooker recipes and share an easy but awesome tip for tender chicken. Enjoy!

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

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  5. Monday, March 14

    This Week for Dinner Podcast Episode #34: Allison Czarnecki

    This Week for Dinner Podcast Episode #34: Interview with lifestyle blogger Allison Czarnecki

    Hi friends! So, last week I took a little podcast break, but today we are back! Since it’s Monday I have an interview for you and it’s a doozy, in a good way, of course. My colleague, business partner and friend Allison Czarnecki from the lifestyle blog Petit Elefant joins me to discuss several great recipes and kitchen tips. Allison started her blog many moons ago and writes about style, family, home, travel and, of course, FOOD. Allison, our friend Marie (who was on the podcast previously) and I started a business together in 2009 and are pretty much bonded for life. On today’s episode we talk a lot about food but Allison also gets me in a silly mood, which just plain means trouble. Thanks for that, Allison.

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

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  6. Thursday, March 3

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #33: Thursday Recipe & a Tip

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #33: Thursday Recipe & a Tip, all about the best way to store your cheese and a quick and delicious way to make pizza

    Happy Thursday! It has been quite a day, so I’m just now getting this podcast episode published, but at least it’s going live on a Thursday since it’s called Thursday Recipe & a Tip. Today I’m talking about the best way to store cheese and (surprise, surprise) my love for naan pizzas. A nice quick episode that will hopefully make life in the kitchen easier and tastier for you!

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

    Other Stuff!


  7. Monday, February 29

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #32: Angie Dudley, a.k.a. Bakerella!

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #32: Interview with Angie Dudley, aka Bakerella!

    It’s Monday, which means it’s interview day on the podcast. Today’s guest is none other than the great Bakerella! Angie Dudley is a food blogger at the website Bakerella. She shares all kinds of wonderful baking recipes on her site, like these Toffee Bit Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Cookies, and inspiration for all kinds of cake pops, like these Elephant Cake Pop ValentinesBy the way, Angie doesn’t just make awesome cake pops, she actually invented them. She’s a genius! I love Angie dearly and it was such a treat having her on the show. Be sure to listen in. We talk cake pops, kidney transplants, her grandma’s pie recipe, and the plight of aspirationally-organized (i.e. disorganized) creative types (i.e. us).

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

    Other Stuff!


  8. Thursday, February 25

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #31: Thursday Recipe & a Tip

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #31: Thursday Recipe & a Tip! How to keep your pasta water from boiling over and a great go-to vegetarian recipe from @janemaynard

    It’s Thursday! Recipe & a Tip Time!

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

    Other Stuff!


  9. Monday, February 22

    This Week for Dinner #30: Hank Shaw

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #30: Wild Food Expert Hank Shaw

    For this week’s podcast interview I sat down to talk with Hank Shaw from the food blog Hunter Angler Gardener Cook. Hank is a wild foods expert who has written several books, keeps a beautiful blog and now hosts his own podcast. Hank’s food world is fascinating to me and I couldn’t wait to get him on the phone and ask him whatever questions I wanted! The resulting show is filled with all kinds of cooking tips and general food knowledge that I hope you’ll enjoy and learn from as much as I did.

    Shownotes:

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

    Other Stuff!


  10. Thursday, February 18

    This Week for Dinner #29: Thursday Recipe & a Tip

    This Week for Dinner Podcast #29: Thursday Recipe & a Tip, including how to make non-icy homemade frozen yogurt

    Happy Thursday! Today’s podcast features a recipe tip inspired by my visit to Ben & Jerry’s in Vermont this week. I’ve got frozen dessert on the brain! 😉

    Shownotes: 

    It’s easy to listen to the show!

    • Via the web: Just click play below!
    • Via an app: For iPhone and iPad, subscribe to the This Week for Dinner Podcast on iTunes and listen to it through the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher, Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts apps. In all cases, launch the app, then search for This Week for Dinner Podcast. The benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection.

    Other Stuff!