Alison Roman brings you Solicited Advice, a podcast that is just that. The New York Times bestselling cookbook author is joined every week by a guest who, like her, enjoys giving and or receiving advice. Together, they answer questions from live and recorded callers that cover everything from modern dating to awkward neighbor interactions to how to order a martini with confidence and, of course, cooking (no, you should not be “washing your chicken,” and yes, you really should have two types of salt). New episodes every Thursday– listen wherever you get your podcasts. Solicited Advice is brought to you with distribution and revenue support from the Talkhouse Network.
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This week’s episode - the final episode of this season - is all Chef’s Kiss Hotline. That’s right— just Alison, your voicemails and a microphone. Thank you SO much for tuning in this year, we truly could not have done it without you. But never fear, ... more
The holidays are special and so is this week's episode. There’s a change up inside Riverside (read: the recording studio) and Alison is joined by journalist, skincare and skin health guru, host of the podcast Fat Mascara, and producer of Solicited Ad... more
Alison is joined this week by Delaney Rowe - writer and comedian famously known for her portrayal on TikTok of an “absolutely insufferable female lead of an indie movie." Alison and Delaney advise callers on hosting an affordable dinner party, reconc... more
Love this!! Especially the Chef’s Kiss segment.
I really enjoy Alison’s writing, recipes, and YouTube series, but I had to force myself through the first season of this podcast and I don’t think I’ll return unless it shifts heavily towards food, cooking, etc. I just don’t like the main life advice portion of the episode or the guest host. Alison definitely feeds off the vibe of her guest, which is natural, but when she has a fellow millennial (which I am) quasi-famous person on, it gets into this inside-joke sort of thing that I don’t underst... more
I have all of Alison’s cookbooks and love Home Movies. She’s top tier at what she does as a cook and food writer. This podcast, however, just feels like an excuse to showcase and banter with her famous/cool friends. What makes her a life advice expert exactly? I’m still not sure after listening. It’s a pass for me.
I love the variety of questions and the way Alison and her guests keep things loose and funny while also taking the advice-giving seriously. Fun show!
From someone who loves it and uses it regularly: I love to add it to a homemade egg drop soup, along w sesame oil, a little sugar, & soy sauce. It’s also surprisingly good in a carbonara. I’ve put it chicken stir fries, I’ve added it to minced and deeply sautéed pork or turkey or beyond meat along w hoisin / oyster sauce and served that w lettuce and rice. more
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Solicited Advice launched 5 months ago and published 13 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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