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Cooking Issues

Cooking Issues

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Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite special guest chefs, bartenders, authors and columnists to join the show.

Latest Episodes

NYC is a Tightly Packed Jar of Sauerkraut (feat. Pia Sorenson & David Weitz)

On today's episode of Prediction Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by Pia Sorenson and David Weitz, the dynamic duo who keep inviting Dave and Harold back to Harvard University year after year. Together, the crew dive into their new book Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine. Topics include further questions on Scandinavian cheese and reindeer burgers, every weird way you can treat an egg, how to assess papers before reading them, how make your own fake vanilla extract, and much more. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

61 min1 d ago
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NYC is a Tightly Packed Jar of Sauerkraut (feat. Pia Sorenson & David Weitz)

A Guide to the World's Sweaty Saddles (feat. Harold McGee)

Today on Olfactory Issues Dave, Nastassia & The Rest are joined by the one and only Harold McGee. Together they talk all about our sense of smell to celebrate the release of Harold's latest work, Nose Dive: A Field Guide to the World's Smells. Important questions are asked and answered: Should White Pepper should exist? How to tell if you're a "nose?" What happens if I feed my baby whiskey? Why do some cultures have more or less body odor? Are Spaghetti-o's a good hot tub snack? And much, much, more. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

71 min1 w ago
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A Guide to the World's Sweaty Saddles (feat. Harold McGee)

The Future For Sure

On today's episode of Bodega Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest tackle the critical question: "which cheese would you NOT eat?" Plus, a sociological comparison of Suburban Gas Stations and Urban Bodegas, How to reinvigorate your chewing gum, movie recommendations, follow-up questions on inadvisable projects, and much more.

69 min2 w ago
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The Future For Sure

B.Y.O.Anesthesiologist

Today on Wiping Issues, Dave shares terrible memories of dentistry and cheesecake and positive memories of Phoenix, Arizona. Nastassia introduces the 'stass clock - the next incredible technology from Booker & Dax. Plus: mold inhibition in batched fruit cocktails, smokeless fire pits for cooking, and whether you should or should not be concerned about overdosing on licorice. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

68 min3 w ago
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B.Y.O.Anesthesiologist

Emulating the Ocean's Sound

On today's episode of Customer Service Issues Dave, Nastassia and The Rest tell you everything you need to know about cephalopods*, pressure cookers, roto vaps, food-adjacent doom metal, the relative merits of Popeye's and FKC, raw fish safety, raw onion fingers, snail milking, and much much more. And now for something completely different: A listener answer to Dave's question about scales. *No cephalopods were harmed in the making of this episode.

59 minOCT 1
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Emulating the Ocean's Sound

Everybody Goes Pesci (feat. Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters)

On today's episode of Coffee Issues Dave, Nastassia and The Rest welcome back Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters. First and foremost, they discuss KA&L's ongoing Go Fund Me campaign to help the store and its employees survive COVID-19 and the ensuing lockdown. https://www.gofundme.com/f/keep-kitchen-arts-open No visit from Matt would be complete without some Classics in the Field recommendations: Vegetables from Amaranth to Zucchini by Elizabeth Schneider Honey From a Weed by Patience Gray When French Women Cook by Madeleine Kamman

64 minSEP 23
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Everybody Goes Pesci (feat. Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters)

Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)

On today's episode of Ketchup Issues Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest are joined by Arielle Johnson. She talks a bit about her forthcoming book, Flavorama, and answers lots of listener questions about fermentation. Lacto Fermentation! Cold Fermentation! Cacao Fermentation! Plus: hydrocolloids, STEAM vs STEM, dishwasher cooking & how to troubleshoot a barbecue sauce.

--SEP 19
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Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)

Soggy Bottom Boys

On today's episode of Celebrity Mysteries, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest discuss making peanut milk, Dave's Harvard Lectures, how to get a head start on COVID-friendly thanksgiving plans, dehydrated limes versus black lime, and much more. Plus, a spirited defense of the Jersey Shore (place, not television show) and a celebration of Dave's official start to the moisture management book.

67 minSEP 10
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Soggy Bottom Boys

Owner of a Lonely Heart (feat. Pat Posey)

On Today's episode of Torch Issues: Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by surprise guest Claire, who calls in regale us with tales of a Goddess Party and stale cakes. Afterwards, Pat Posey joins in to talk about cooking alone during COVID and asks about booze-infused hatch chiles. Plus, Dave makes a case for wax beans as the superior bean, we discuss the Telephone Pioneers of America Cookbooks, and today's Classic in the Field: Richard Scarry's I Am A Bunny. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

79 minSEP 3
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Owner of a Lonely Heart (feat. Pat Posey)

The Choice is Obvious

On today's episode of Public Resource Issues, Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest talk about a bunch of beverage concerns; how to clean the world's oldest beer out of a cold plate; the illegality of making real root beer; the provenance of fat-washed cocktails, and much more. Plus, mushroom farming; the ethics of handling herbs at public gardens; some Searzall updates; and the all-important question of who matches with which Disney Princess. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

59 minAUG 27
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The Choice is Obvious

Latest Episodes

NYC is a Tightly Packed Jar of Sauerkraut (feat. Pia Sorenson & David Weitz)

On today's episode of Prediction Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by Pia Sorenson and David Weitz, the dynamic duo who keep inviting Dave and Harold back to Harvard University year after year. Together, the crew dive into their new book Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine. Topics include further questions on Scandinavian cheese and reindeer burgers, every weird way you can treat an egg, how to assess papers before reading them, how make your own fake vanilla extract, and much more. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

61 min1 d ago
Comments
NYC is a Tightly Packed Jar of Sauerkraut (feat. Pia Sorenson & David Weitz)

A Guide to the World's Sweaty Saddles (feat. Harold McGee)

Today on Olfactory Issues Dave, Nastassia & The Rest are joined by the one and only Harold McGee. Together they talk all about our sense of smell to celebrate the release of Harold's latest work, Nose Dive: A Field Guide to the World's Smells. Important questions are asked and answered: Should White Pepper should exist? How to tell if you're a "nose?" What happens if I feed my baby whiskey? Why do some cultures have more or less body odor? Are Spaghetti-o's a good hot tub snack? And much, much, more. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

71 min1 w ago
Comments
A Guide to the World's Sweaty Saddles (feat. Harold McGee)

The Future For Sure

On today's episode of Bodega Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest tackle the critical question: "which cheese would you NOT eat?" Plus, a sociological comparison of Suburban Gas Stations and Urban Bodegas, How to reinvigorate your chewing gum, movie recommendations, follow-up questions on inadvisable projects, and much more.

69 min2 w ago
Comments
The Future For Sure

B.Y.O.Anesthesiologist

Today on Wiping Issues, Dave shares terrible memories of dentistry and cheesecake and positive memories of Phoenix, Arizona. Nastassia introduces the 'stass clock - the next incredible technology from Booker & Dax. Plus: mold inhibition in batched fruit cocktails, smokeless fire pits for cooking, and whether you should or should not be concerned about overdosing on licorice. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

68 min3 w ago
Comments
B.Y.O.Anesthesiologist

Emulating the Ocean's Sound

On today's episode of Customer Service Issues Dave, Nastassia and The Rest tell you everything you need to know about cephalopods*, pressure cookers, roto vaps, food-adjacent doom metal, the relative merits of Popeye's and FKC, raw fish safety, raw onion fingers, snail milking, and much much more. And now for something completely different: A listener answer to Dave's question about scales. *No cephalopods were harmed in the making of this episode.

59 minOCT 1
Comments
Emulating the Ocean's Sound

Everybody Goes Pesci (feat. Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters)

On today's episode of Coffee Issues Dave, Nastassia and The Rest welcome back Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters. First and foremost, they discuss KA&L's ongoing Go Fund Me campaign to help the store and its employees survive COVID-19 and the ensuing lockdown. https://www.gofundme.com/f/keep-kitchen-arts-open No visit from Matt would be complete without some Classics in the Field recommendations: Vegetables from Amaranth to Zucchini by Elizabeth Schneider Honey From a Weed by Patience Gray When French Women Cook by Madeleine Kamman

64 minSEP 23
Comments
Everybody Goes Pesci (feat. Matt Sartwell of Kitchen Arts & Letters)

Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)

On today's episode of Ketchup Issues Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest are joined by Arielle Johnson. She talks a bit about her forthcoming book, Flavorama, and answers lots of listener questions about fermentation. Lacto Fermentation! Cold Fermentation! Cacao Fermentation! Plus: hydrocolloids, STEAM vs STEM, dishwasher cooking & how to troubleshoot a barbecue sauce.

--SEP 19
Comments
Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)

Soggy Bottom Boys

On today's episode of Celebrity Mysteries, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest discuss making peanut milk, Dave's Harvard Lectures, how to get a head start on COVID-friendly thanksgiving plans, dehydrated limes versus black lime, and much more. Plus, a spirited defense of the Jersey Shore (place, not television show) and a celebration of Dave's official start to the moisture management book.

67 minSEP 10
Comments
Soggy Bottom Boys

Owner of a Lonely Heart (feat. Pat Posey)

On Today's episode of Torch Issues: Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by surprise guest Claire, who calls in regale us with tales of a Goddess Party and stale cakes. Afterwards, Pat Posey joins in to talk about cooking alone during COVID and asks about booze-infused hatch chiles. Plus, Dave makes a case for wax beans as the superior bean, we discuss the Telephone Pioneers of America Cookbooks, and today's Classic in the Field: Richard Scarry's I Am A Bunny. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

79 minSEP 3
Comments
Owner of a Lonely Heart (feat. Pat Posey)

The Choice is Obvious

On today's episode of Public Resource Issues, Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest talk about a bunch of beverage concerns; how to clean the world's oldest beer out of a cold plate; the illegality of making real root beer; the provenance of fat-washed cocktails, and much more. Plus, mushroom farming; the ethics of handling herbs at public gardens; some Searzall updates; and the all-important question of who matches with which Disney Princess. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voicememo while we’re all social distancing or ask in the chatroom.

59 minAUG 27
Comments
The Choice is Obvious
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