Samin Nosrat speaks onstage during the Dropbox Work In Progress Conference at Pier 48 on September 25, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (AFP/Matt Winkelmeyer)
Samin Nosrat, author of the bestselling cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat and New York Times Magazine columnist, has launched a podcast about home cooking just in time for the worldwide quarantine.
Called simply Home Cooking, the podcast is meant to help at-home cooks with kitchen conundrums and offer recipe ideas for no-fuss pantry cooking.
In the inaugural hour-long episode "Bean There, Done That," Nosrat tackles "the eternal question" on the need (or lack thereof) to soak beans, and actor Josh Malina, best known for his appearance in The West Wing shares his secrets to making latkes.
It’s alive!!! @hrishihirway and I made a real live podcast for you! It’s got beans and laughter and a cameo from Hrishi’s dad, as well as a serious discussion about latkes with @joshmalinasjoshmalina. We hope it brings you some comfort and joy today. Trigger warning: there are also A LOT of puns. Like maybe one too many. Link to listen and subscribe above in my profile. 🍅 #werehomecooking
Listeners can also ask questions and send the audio to the show. The questions will be aired in the program.
Home Cooking is hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway, creator of podcasts like Song Exploder, The West Wing Weekly and Partners.
The popularity of Nosrat's cookbook also led to a Netflix series of the same name.
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