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Did you know St. Lawrence is the patron saint of cooks? Famously, when he was sentenced to die by burning on a gridiron, he boldly quipped to his executioners, “Turn me over, I’m done on this side.”
His feast day is August 10, so in his honor, let’s celebrate all the home cooks who work hard every day to put together meals for their loved ones. While we may not have St. Lawrence’s courage and wit, we can all try to imitate his great love while we work in the kitchen.
Good food shared with people we love will always be one of the greatest gifts in life. If you’re the cook in your family, you know it helps to find new recipes and fresh ideas. When you’ve grown weary of your usual meal rotation, or just want to improve your kitchen game, check out these informative podcasts.
The Catholic Foodie
If you’re a person of faith who loves to cook, this podcast is just what you’ve been looking for! Host Jeff Young shares history, traditions, and tips about food and cooking, interwoven with Catholic beliefs and practices.
Shoot the Shiitake with Father Leo
Father Leo Patalinghug is a priest who happens to be an award-winning cook, and he shared his culinary expertise and Catholic teachings in his podcast.
Samin Nosrat is the belle of the ball in the food world, since the publication of her immensely popular cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking in 2017. The book was turned into a delightful Netflix series, and Samin created this fun podcast for home cooks.
The Splendid Table
One of the oldest food podcasts, this show covers all things food, from famous chefs to restaurants to recipe hacks at home. It makes all kinds of recipes seem doable.
Proof: America’s Test Kitchen
If you’re the kind of person who reads cookbooks for fun, this podcast will be your new favorite! America’s Test Kitchen is known for its meticulous approach to perfecting recipes, and this show is just as thorough, solving “food mysteries” and sharing all the details behind the foods we love.
The One Recipe
This podcast is devoted to “that one recipe you keep in your back pocket. The one you send to friends, make for your mom, the one you entirely depend on because you know it’s going to work.” Host Jesse Sparks, Senior Editor at Eater, talks to some of the biggest names in food to help listeners build an arsenal of fast, simple and crowd-pleasing recipes, one episode at a time.