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#260: Melissa Clark of New York Times Talks Running and Cooking: Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini serve up a delightful conversation with food writer, cookbook author, and New York Times staff reporter Melissa Clark.

#260: Melissa Clark of New York Times Talks Running and Cooking: Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini serve up a delightful conversation with food writer, cookbook author, and New York Times staff reporter Melissa Clark.

A partire dalAnother Mother Runner


#260: Melissa Clark of New York Times Talks Running and Cooking: Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini serve up a delightful conversation with food writer, cookbook author, and New York Times staff reporter Melissa Clark.

A partire dalAnother Mother Runner

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Lunghezza:
62 minuti
Pubblicato:
May 12, 2017
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini serve up a delightful conversation with food writer, cookbook author, and New York Times staff reporter Melissa Clark. Melissa admits she took up running to lose weight and now the sport is “an entrenched part” of her life. After three decades of solo running, Melissa shares she’s now eyeing two races—and on the search for a running buddy. The conversation turns to talk of Melissa’s new cookbook, Dinner: Changing the Game, and the “easy, but interesting, recipes for busy people” in it. The gals talk about the similarities between running and cooking, and Melissa gives tips for making dinnertime prep the best part of your day. (For realz!) She offers sage advice for getting out of a dinner rut, as well as how to impart more flavor to the meals you make. At Adrienne’s request, Melissa details a foolproof method for roasting a chicken, which includes the fabulous sentence: “Open your chicken like a book.” The lively conversation wraps with Melissa and Adrienne singing the...Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pubblicato:
May 12, 2017
Formato:
Episodio podcast