We're happy to share this holiday menu from one of the year’s best books, 365: A Year of Everyday Cooking and Baking by Meike Peters. Her first book, Eat in My Kitchen, was awarded the 2017 James Beard General Cookbook of the Year. In 365, she presents a plan for a year of home cooking, with a recipe for every day of the year.

Power breakfasts to fuel your holiday shopping spree

Dec 13, 2019

The month of December is filled with hectic shopping days: people rushing around from store to store, possibly braving the cold weather and most likely standing in long lines. If you're going out into that, you need something substantial for breakfast to keep you going all day. These dishes bring just that. No humdrum oatmeal or cereal here, rather recipes that take breakfast up a notch and provide enough energy for you to cross everyone off your Nice List. Eat well and be safe out there!

Ian McNulty

In my job chasing the New Orleans restaurant scene I try to keep up with it all, so today I’m offering a quick round up of what’s been on my mind and in my notebook.

Cold Weather Cooking

Dec 6, 2019

This episode, we're all about what to cook when the cold strikes. We talk to Alissa Timoshkina, author of Salt & Time, about the surprisingly delicious food of Siberia. The charming YouTube cooking star Maangchi (Maangchi’s Big Book of Korean Cooking) tells us how to make Korean bone broth.

Ian McNulty

Children, they’re precious. They’re worth everything we do for them. They are the future. But let’s face it, sometimes children are aggravating, especially when they’re at a restaurant where you just want to unwind and they’re just revving up.

Enter to win Mixtape Potluck by Questlove

Dec 2, 2019

December 2019 Giveaway

Every month, The Splendid Table helps listeners equip their kitchens, stock their pantries, and fill their bookshelves. This month, one winner will receive one copy of Mixtape Potluck by Questlove. The retail value of the book is $29.99. Enter before December 31, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. Central Daylight Time, by submitting the form below.

Turkey Confidential 2019

Nov 28, 2019

Francis Lam hosts the 2019 edition of our popular Thanksgiving call-in show. He fields two hours of calls from listeners and is joined by guests Melissa Clark, Kwame Onwuachi, Samin Nosrat and Shauna Sever. Looking for something specific you heard on the show? See this page for a full rundown of questions and topics from this year's phone calls.

Ian McNulty

New Orleans is famous for restaurants. But if you really want to understand New Orleans food culture, there’s no better place than around the home table. This is where the bigger picture of the New Orleans food obsession unfurls.

Everyone thinks of Thanksgiving as Turkey Day, but look, the day is really more about sweetness and starch than anything else, right? I mean half the sides are sweet - sweet potatoes, that weird jiggly cranberry jello we for some reason call sauce, and what really matters is what pies people brought this year. So, imagine having Thanksgiving in the home of Miro Uskokovic; he’s the pastry chef of the timeless New York restaurant, Gramercy Tavern, and his wife, Shilpa is also a pastry chef. He’s from Serbia, she’s from India, and I just cannot even imagine what glories grace their table.

We began this year's Thanksgiving evening, Discovering Thanksgiving with Four American Chefs, with Ann Kim, the chef-owner of Young Joni, Pizzeria Lola, and Hello Pizza in Minneapolis. I mean, if a Korean immigrant becoming a James Beard award-winning pizza chef in the midwest isn’t an American story, you tell me what is. I sat down with Ann to talk about her first Thanksgiving after coming to America and how the sacrifices of her family has shaped the chef she's become.