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Authors' Answers Series from Leite's Culinaria

David Leite

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Authors' Answers Series from Leite's Culinaria
Authors' Answers Series from Leite's Culinaria

Authors' Answers Series from Leite's Culinaria

David Leite

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Today's most popular food writers and cookbook authors are interviewed by David Leite.

Latest Episodes

Authors' Answers: Diane Morgan

Best-selling cookbook author Diane Morgan sits down for a chat with David Leite after her successful cross-country book tour for her latest and greatest cooking tome, "Roots." They discuss recipes and uses--from tip to top--for just about every root vegetable. (Who knew parsnips could make a fantastic cake?)

20 MIN2013 MAR 8
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Authors' Answers: Diane Morgan

Authors' Answers: Kathleen Flinn

"The Kitchen Counter Cooking School" recounts how Kathleen used her education to help home cooks--in their own kitchens--to shop smarter, cook better, and eat healthier.

25 MIN2012 MAY 17
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Authors' Answers: Kathleen Flinn

Authors' Answers: Melissa Clark

Melissa Clark, author of "In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite" chats about the road her essays and recipes have taken from her weekly New York Times column to the pages of her last book. (By the way, she's written 30.) Along the way, she offers cooking tips, fires off a directive of how to enjoy food now--this very minute--and suggests ways to loosen up in the kitchen in order to get good eats on the table. She even tells what to do with a heap of burnt onions and garlic. The answer will surprise you!!

21 MIN2011 APR 4
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Authors' Answers: Melissa Clark

Authors' Answers: Joanne Chang

In this podcast, Joanne Chang author of "Flour: Spectacular Recipes from Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe" and owner of the self-same establishment traces her attachment to deeply American treats, her desire to best what was on the market, and the struggle to leave behind a Harvard education in mathematics in order to pursue her love of all things floury--much to the stunned silence of her Taiwanese-born parents. She also discusses what it was like to beat Bobby Flay at his own game on "Throwdown with Bobby Flay." He and his team were convinced they could beat Joanne's amazing sticky buns, but to no avail.

21 MIN2011 FEB 8
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Authors' Answers: Joanne Chang

Authors' Answers: Dorie Greenspan

In this podcast, Dorie Greenspan discusses her new book, Around My French Table, and learns she is the recipient of a long-held crush.

17 MIN2010 NOV 9
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Authors' Answers: Dorie Greenspan

Authors’ Answers: Shauna James Ahern | Daniel Ahern

Shauna James Ahern, Gluten-Free Girl, and the chef, her husband Daniel Ahern, share their thoughts about loving and cooking in a gluten-free home.

13 MIN2010 NOV 4
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Authors’ Answers: Shauna James Ahern | Daniel Ahern

Authors' Answers: Amanda Hesser

David Leite chats with food writer and cookbook author Amanda Hesser about her monumental tome, "The Essential New York Times Cookbook."

21 MIN2010 OCT 26
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Authors' Answers: Amanda Hesser

Authors' Answers: Lucinda Scala Quinn

Lucinda Scala Quinn, executive food editor at Martha Stewart Living, talk about her latest accomplishment--her IACP-nominated cookbook, "Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys."

40 MIN2010 APR 27
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Authors' Answers: Lucinda Scala Quinn

Authors' Answers: David Guas

David Guas, author of "DamGoodSweet"—a love letter to the Big Easy—talks about New Orleans' rich traditions, its unique culinary language, and the role the women in Guas's life played in shaping his love of food.

27 MIN2009 DEC 10
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Authors' Answers: David Guas

Authors' Answers: Lisa Schroeder

Lisa Schroeder, the juggernaut behind Mother's Bistro & Bar and Mama Mia Trattoria, both in Portland, discusses her new book, "Mother's Best."

28 MIN2009 NOV 25
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Authors' Answers: Lisa Schroeder

Latest Episodes

Authors' Answers: Diane Morgan

Best-selling cookbook author Diane Morgan sits down for a chat with David Leite after her successful cross-country book tour for her latest and greatest cooking tome, "Roots." They discuss recipes and uses--from tip to top--for just about every root vegetable. (Who knew parsnips could make a fantastic cake?)

20 MIN2013 MAR 8
Comments
Authors' Answers: Diane Morgan

Authors' Answers: Kathleen Flinn

"The Kitchen Counter Cooking School" recounts how Kathleen used her education to help home cooks--in their own kitchens--to shop smarter, cook better, and eat healthier.

25 MIN2012 MAY 17
Comments
Authors' Answers: Kathleen Flinn

Authors' Answers: Melissa Clark

Melissa Clark, author of "In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite" chats about the road her essays and recipes have taken from her weekly New York Times column to the pages of her last book. (By the way, she's written 30.) Along the way, she offers cooking tips, fires off a directive of how to enjoy food now--this very minute--and suggests ways to loosen up in the kitchen in order to get good eats on the table. She even tells what to do with a heap of burnt onions and garlic. The answer will surprise you!!

21 MIN2011 APR 4
Comments
Authors' Answers: Melissa Clark

Authors' Answers: Joanne Chang

In this podcast, Joanne Chang author of "Flour: Spectacular Recipes from Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe" and owner of the self-same establishment traces her attachment to deeply American treats, her desire to best what was on the market, and the struggle to leave behind a Harvard education in mathematics in order to pursue her love of all things floury--much to the stunned silence of her Taiwanese-born parents. She also discusses what it was like to beat Bobby Flay at his own game on "Throwdown with Bobby Flay." He and his team were convinced they could beat Joanne's amazing sticky buns, but to no avail.

21 MIN2011 FEB 8
Comments
Authors' Answers: Joanne Chang

Authors' Answers: Dorie Greenspan

In this podcast, Dorie Greenspan discusses her new book, Around My French Table, and learns she is the recipient of a long-held crush.

17 MIN2010 NOV 9
Comments
Authors' Answers: Dorie Greenspan

Authors’ Answers: Shauna James Ahern | Daniel Ahern

Shauna James Ahern, Gluten-Free Girl, and the chef, her husband Daniel Ahern, share their thoughts about loving and cooking in a gluten-free home.

13 MIN2010 NOV 4
Comments
Authors’ Answers: Shauna James Ahern | Daniel Ahern

Authors' Answers: Amanda Hesser

David Leite chats with food writer and cookbook author Amanda Hesser about her monumental tome, "The Essential New York Times Cookbook."

21 MIN2010 OCT 26
Comments
Authors' Answers: Amanda Hesser

Authors' Answers: Lucinda Scala Quinn

Lucinda Scala Quinn, executive food editor at Martha Stewart Living, talk about her latest accomplishment--her IACP-nominated cookbook, "Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys."

40 MIN2010 APR 27
Comments
Authors' Answers: Lucinda Scala Quinn

Authors' Answers: David Guas

David Guas, author of "DamGoodSweet"—a love letter to the Big Easy—talks about New Orleans' rich traditions, its unique culinary language, and the role the women in Guas's life played in shaping his love of food.

27 MIN2009 DEC 10
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Authors' Answers: David Guas

Authors' Answers: Lisa Schroeder

Lisa Schroeder, the juggernaut behind Mother's Bistro & Bar and Mama Mia Trattoria, both in Portland, discusses her new book, "Mother's Best."

28 MIN2009 NOV 25
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Authors' Answers: Lisa Schroeder
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