Chef David Chang and the members of the Recipe Club sift through millions of recipes to find the very best way to make the food you want to eat (subjectively speaking, of course). From plant-based meat to broccoli to seaweed, Chang and friends are determined to cut through the noise. Each week, they cook one dish, debate it, and ultimately figure out a few ways to make it tastier, too.
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Cream cheese goes beyond the bagel in this episode featuring Mahalia Tahririha’s deconstructed take on a classic Halifax sandwich by way of Greece. Tune in to hear how the wedgies executed the Halifax Donair Dip with their Wheel of Death conditions. more
Where’s the beef? Inside the onion, of course! Dave, Chris, and Rachel Khong try their hand at Haris Jebrini’s sogan dolma, a Bosnian lunch counter favorite of stuffed onions. Tune in to hear how the wedgies wrestled with their respective Wheel of De... more
Did somebody say jambalaya? The eggs episode takes a turn into Cajun country, as guest host Rachel Khong joins Chris and Bryan Ford for Julie Armbrest’s recipe submission, eggs jambalaya. more
I don’t live podcast reviews. Saying that I must tell you that Dave Arnold’s mom’s stuffing is absolutely delicious and was all anyone could talk about at Thanksgiving. It’s almost March and I’m thinking about making that stuffing.
I love this podcast I’m a faithful listener and can’t wait for the new season
I am not a big podcaster but this recipe club is a blast. As a Chef I think a lot like Chef David. Keep it up the “reach method”!!
Loved the episode with Gustavo!
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Recipe Club launched 3 years ago and published 68 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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