EPISODE 4: Nerd Heaven, The Awkward Oversight, and Soups to Share
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Cook’s Science by Cook’s Illustrated: 300+ Recipes Engineered for Success, by America’s Test Kitchen (ATK)
How to Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking, by Mark Bittman (HMH)
Soup Swap: Comforting Recipes to Make and Share (Chronicle)
Episode 4 Noteworthy titles
Cake Magic! Mix and Match your Way to 100 Amazing Combinations by Caroline Wright (Workman)
The Ultimate Appetizer Ideabook, by Kiera and Cole Stipovich (Chronicle Books).
Knives & Ink: Chefs and the Stories Behind their Tattoos (with Recipes) Isaac Fitzgerald an Wendy McNaughton (Bloomsbury)
Episode 4 Recipe Tests
Guest: Pat Catalano
Pat is a “medical editor who enjoys eating more than cooking, but sometimes it’s just her turn to cook.”
Book tested: Dinner A.S.A.P: 150 Recipes Made as Easy as Possible
Denny is the husband of Pat (see above!). By day he is a set designer for TV, movies and theater and, he says, he owe his cooking skills to his mom, Graham Kerr (The Galloping Gourmet), Julia Child, and Alton Brown.
Book tested: Eric Lanlard’s Afternoon Tea by Eric Lanlard (Mitchell Beazley)
Episode 4 Music:
“Infrastructure,” by Scott Holmes
“Clean Suit,” by We Is Shore Dedicated
“Kool Kats,” by Kevin MacLeod
“Que te Quiero Yo,” by El Niño del Parking
Sound effects assembled using material from corsica_S. and others hosted at freesound.org. Other sources include soundbible.com, looperman.com, and my own recordings.
The Level Teaspoon’s theme music:
Não me touques, performed by The Bees Knees International Café Orchestra