On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin speaks with John T. Edge, delving into the uncomfortable but important history of Southern food as John T. discusses his latest book, The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South and his column for the Oxford American 100th issue replete with video supported by the Foundation. John T. shares his #Juliamoment.
On this week’s episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin speaks with award-winning cookbook author and Jewish cooking authority Joan Nathan. Todd delves in to the insights from Joan’s latest cookbook, King Solomon’s Table, and talks global Passover Seder traditions. As always, Joan shares her Julia moment.
The latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen features Amelia Saltsman, an award-winning cookbook author, teacher and an expert on farmers markets. Host Todd Schulkin speaks with Amelia about the benefits of seasonal cooking, what’s in season during the micro-season of March-April and how to apply the pleasure principle to find the best stuff at your local farmers market. This week, Amelia shares two Julia moments.
On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to Jenny Dorsey, a professional chef, artist, food writer, culinary consultant and host of the Why Food? podcast on Heritage Radio Network. Todd and Jenny discuss one of Jenny’s passions, the intersection of food and Virtual Reality, and dive into career changers, the subject of her podcast. Plus, Jenny shares her Julia moment.