Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Midwest Modern Twitter account, Unclear and Present Danger podcast, Gemini Rights and more.
Jack Bishop of the PBS television show America's Test Kitchen walked Morning Edition host A Martínez through a recipe from the kitchen's new vegan cookbook. Texans beware: This chili features beans.
Starting this month, NPR is sharing your kitchen gems in a series we're calling "All Things We're Cooking."
Turkey, stuffing, pie — it's all way more expensive this year. But you don't have to let inflation spoil your meal, if you're willing to get creative.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to New York Times columnist Melissa Clark about cutting out the stress — especially if it's your first time cooking for the holiday.
Rather than stuffing the turkey, Rebecca Monnette made dressing balls with a few simple ingredients that safely cook separate from the bird. Her grandson carries on the tradition.
Turkey and cranberries were linked in print for the first time in a 1796 cookbook. Not long after, (give or take 180+ years), Susan Stamberg began sharing her family's cranberry relish recipe on NPR.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Brown, social media star turned TV cook, about her recent rise to fame and her new cookbook, Cooking From the Spirit.
Emily Meggett has spent decades caring for her community and family with her delicious, traditional Gullah Geechee food from South Carolina. Now, she's sharing that cuisine with the world.
In today's digital age, following a recipe from a book may seem pretty archaic. So if you're not in the mood to read the ingredients and measurements, then a playlist might be for you.