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January 29, 2013 #1119 The Amazing Egg
Something as simple as boiling an egg can end up being a little problematical. But Chef Jerry Pellegrino of Waterfront Kitchen has given it some thought and has come up with a foolproof method of producing the perfect hard-boiled egg.
January 22, 2013 #1118 Epicurious Cookbook
Quite often when Al and Jerry are researching a topic for Radio Kitchen, they go online and head for Epicurious, the venerable recipe data base that has been serving the public since 1995. As an online service, Epicurious has resisted doing anything non-digital, until now. But due to popular demand, they have decided to do an Old School publication, "The Epicurious Cookbook."
January 8, 2013 # 1116 Women's Industrial Restaurant
Last month on December 7th, we not only observed Pearl Harbor Day, we here in Baltimore celebrated the anniversary of a beloved institution: the restaurant at the Women's Industrial Exchange marked its first anniversary under new management. We invited Irene Smith, the head honcho of the Women's Industrial Kitchen to be our guest.
January 1, 3013 #1115 Tips for Healthy Eating
Happy New Year, everybody! We've made it up to 2013. Bound to be a lucky year. And as we all do on this first day of the New Year, we make a few resolutions that should lead us to a better life. And as Chef Jerry Pellegrinio of Waterfront Kitchen points out, eating right is a very good idea for self improvement. Here are a few simple ideas:
December 25, 2012 #1114 Soda Bread and Quick Bread
First of all, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all our loyal listeners out there. It's a great time to be cooking. And let's say you get a phone call from friends who are throwing an impromptu party, and you want to whip up something really good, really fast to take along. As it happens, we have just the thing! They don't call it Quick Bread for nothin', and Jerry is a devotee of this rapid fire form of baking.
December 18, 2012 #1113 Cooking Exotic Poultry
Last week we focused on some of the amazing birds that are available for cooking these days. From the prosaic to the downright exotic, they all are great candidates for the holiday table. Jerry and Al obtained four birds from Eberly Poultry Farm (courtesy of Friends and Farms CSA), and they went to town cooking them up.
December 11, 2012 #1112 Exotic Poultry: Part 1
During the holiday season, we ordinarily try to do something a little special when it comes to our big dinners. Ordinarily that means a turkey, or maybe a ham, or a spectacular effort with roast beef. But there are a number of other choices out there that are, well, truly exotic and truly delicious.
November 20, 2012 #1111 Thanksgiving Sides
Welcome to Radio Kitchen, I'm Al Spoler. Well just in time you've tuned in WYPR to get some advice on the big dinner coming up day after tomorrow. Now, you can play Thanksgiving straight, as many do, or you can use it as a springboard for creative cookery. And Chef Jerry Pellegrino of Waterfront Kitchen, you have your own preferences (you hate turkey), but you love the chance to dabble in a few new side dishes.
November 13, 2012 #1110 Adam Borden and Alternative Sweeteners
Last week we talked about our tour of Domino Sugar, that waterfront institution in Baltimore. The tour was arranged by our good friend Adam Borden, the food scout. And we invited Adam to come on the show and fill us in on some of the alternatives that Domino and others are pursuing in the world of sweeteners. Here are his notes:
Why Alternative Natural Sweeteners?