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Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, host Martie Duncan (author, home cook, and Next Food Network Star finalist), talks to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.

36 Episodes
While we're busy recording new episodes of Homemade, check out this episode of Green Eggs and Dan. Taking a new look at “you are what you eat,” comedian Dan Ahdoot brings listeners in on conversations about food, life, and more, with some of his most entertaining friends. Not your typical, holier-than-thou food show, Green Eggs and Dan is the type of food podcast you’d make with your friends around the table, roasting more than just the food. In this episode, Dan and Padma Lakshmi (Top Chef, Taste the Nation) get into the origins of Persian food, how she's treated in restaurants, and her VIP bottle of Tabasco that was made specifically for her! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As Homemade takes a break, we're excited to revisit one of our favorite episodes with Emmymade. On her YouTube channel, Emmymade in Japan, Emmy Cho (aka Emmymade) explores food and recipes sent to her from fans all over the world. In this episode of Homemade, Emmymade dishes with Martie Duncan on recreating old recipes, growing up with classic cooking shows, feeding a young family, and eating bugs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As Homemade takes a break, we're excited to revisit one of our favorite episodes with Justin Warner, Food Network Star winner, author of The Laws of Cooking And How to Break Them, and most recently, Marvel: Eat the Universe. Warner’s conversation with Martie Duncan covers cooking for superheroes, the virtues of salt and fat, and pressure cooker magic. Plus, Warner argues that some of the best recipes are the works not of chefs but of home cooks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As Homemade takes a break for the holidays, we're excited to revisit one of our favorite episodes with Aarti Sequeira, TV personality, cookbook author, and former winner of The Next Food Network Star, as he chats with Martie Duncan from her North Carolina home. Aarti talks about cooking with her mother, shopping for spices online, and the Indian cooking technique that brings big flavor to everything from rotisserie chicken to sweet potatoes. They also discuss Indian breads, weeknight meals, and taking the stress out of cooking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Holiday Table

The Holiday Table


On this episode of Homemade, nine of our guests tell host Martie Duncan about their must-have holiday dishes and food traditions for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Thanksgiving. Tune in for stories and recipe how-tos from Marcus Samuelsson, Ina Garten, Simon Majumdar, Alex Guarnaschelli, Eitan Bernath, Anne Burrell, Patricia Heaton, Dorie Greenspan, and Dan Pashman. Their festive favorites include mashed potato souffle, spatchcocked turkey, Christmas pudding, thumbprint cookies, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Host Martie Duncan chats with six of the Allrecipes Allstars, a group of home cooks who serve as brand ambassadors and some of Allrecipes’ most active recipe developers. They share the stories behind their best recipes, from recreating grandma’s signature cake with boxed mix to sipping 72 days of backyard martinis. The episode also touches on their must-have holiday dishes, including turnips and a dessert known as the Pink Stuff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, talks with host, Martie Duncan about her new cookbook, Modern Comfort Food, and giving remembered flavors a makeover. They discuss waffle-iron hash browns, a carbonara pizza with shaved Brussels sprouts, amped-up black and white cookies, and that giant cosmopolitan she made on Instagram. Garten also shares how creating books and TV shows is like a dinner party, why her go-to holiday dish is a roasted filet of beef, and three must-have kitchen tools. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Chefs Jacques Pepin and Claudine Pepin join host Martie Duncan to discuss art, treasured family memories, and the secrets to happy cooking. In the spirit of his new book, Jacques Pepin: Quick and Simple, the chefs share weeknight dishes ranging from Claudine’s beloved, two-ingredient, soupe aux vermicelles, to Jacques’ “fridge soup.” They also tell what dishes beginner cooks should make to build their confidence in the kitchen. For the Pepins, cooking is not only the family business, but a source family stories. Claudine reminisces on summers spent cooking with her grandmother in France. Jacques tells about times in the kitchen cooking with young Claudine in his arms, later making cakes at her school, and continuing the tradition with his granddaughter, Shorey. Both Jacques and Claudine also talk about memories of Julia Child. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sporkful is a podcast that obsesses about food to learn more about people. This podcast isn't for foodies, it's for eaters. not for foodies, it's for eaters. On this episode of The Sporkful, host Dan Pashman visits Enoteca Maria, where all the chefs were all Italian grandmas, or nonnas. The place provides its own kind of therapy for everyone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Chef, TV star, and cookbook author Jet Tila's parents helped bring Thai food to the United States, and he's done his part in introducing others to Asian food, too. Tila tells Homemade host Martie Duncan about balancing flavors in a stir fry, using tamarind, and cooking with his family. The host of the Emmy- and James Beard-nominated show "Ready, Jet Cook" also shares his career highlights: competing against Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and showing Anthony Bourdain around Thai Town on "No Reservations." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Eighteen-year-old chef Eitan Bernath, famous for his cooking presentations on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram, tells how he fell in love with the kitchen. Bernath talks with Homemade host, Martie Duncan, about TikTok video and teaching how to cook something in a sixty-second clip, a love of Indian curries and Mexican stews, and how to make a “Boujee Grilled Cheese with a Cheese Crown.” He also discusses the pleasures of food off camera, from taco nights at home to his mother’s brisket with caramelized onions, and cooking with cousins and grandmothers during the holidays. Bernath also shares advice for dealing with haters and fans on social media and in real life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Chef, author, revered “Chopped” judge, and host of Supermarket Stakeout, Alex Guarnaschelli talks about the exhilaration of making a dinner that only requires five minutes of cleanup and baking as therapy. She shares how to make her mom’s Parmesan mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving, reflects on her father’s remarkable dinner journals, and tells about studying and working in France. Guarnaschelli and host Martie Duncan also discuss vegetables as satisfying meat alternatives, one-pan meals, slow-cooker surprises, and her new book, Cook With Me. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Chef, restaurateur, author, and philanthropist, Marcus Samuelsson, reminisces on his grandmother’s kitchen and shares how she made fish dumplings and apple jam. In this episode of Homemade, Samuelsson talks with host Martie Duncan about growing up in Sweden, traveling the US for No Passport Required, and seeing the best in people at the worst of times. They discuss the importance of Black cooks in American food history and how to support Black chefs in your community. Samuelsson also tells about his love of Thanksgiving and his secret ingredient for super crispy and delicious turkey skin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Dan Pashman, host of “You’re Eating It Wrong” on the Cooking Channel and creator of The Sporkful podcast shares his obsession with the tiny details of food. Pashman and host Martie Duncan start their conversation with the importance of loud crunching for a satisfying potato chip and wrap up with the burn and floury texture of Coleman’s English mustard. Along the way, they talk about the battle of Taylor Ham vs. pork rolls, why you should fold your pizza slices inside out, how baked ziti became Pashman’s signature dish at home, and his mom’s thumbprint cookies. He also shares a relaxed approach to holiday cooking and why eggnog is like drinkable cake. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comic and TV star, Jo Koy, shares his passion for Filipino food, tells his method for making adobo chicken wings, and proposes a lumpia vs. eggroll throwdown with Jimmy O. Yang. On this episode of Homemade, Jo Koy talks with host Martie Duncan about the flavors and global influences behind favorite Filipino dishes, and culinary adventures from late-night L.A. doughnuts to a mouthwatering stingray in Singapore. He also tells us about cooking for and now, with his son, why the kitchen is his favorite room, and the importance of tuning out naysayers and following your heart. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Emmy award-winning actress, comedian, and author, Patricia Heaton, discusses paella, popovers, and canned vs. homemade cranberry sauce. The beloved TV mom from Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle also has an Emmy for her cooking and entertaining show, Patricia Heaton Parties. She tells host Martie Duncan about memories of raising four boys while working full time and adapting to cooking for two after years of preparing meals for six. Heaton also shares her approach to holiday food during the pandemic along with uplifting experiences from people featured in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Award-winning cookbook author and cooking guru Dorie Greenspan shares baking advice and reflects on cooking experiences from being a nineteen year-old newlywed, and time spent in the kitchen with Julia Child, to recent quarantine meals with her family. She chats with host Martie Duncan about buying 36 pounds of butter at a time and why she keeps gougeres in the freezer. Greenspan also tells what to watch out for when baking cookies, why an apple galette is the perfect fall dessert for her, and why we should think, “What about…” when making a recipe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Chef, cookbook author, and TV host Anne Burrell tells us about teaching on The Worst Cooks in America and what she’s cooking for family during quarantine. In this episode of Homemade, Burrell talks to host Martie Duncan about returning to her hometown and spending time with family, reminisces on early cooking influences (Mom and Julia Child), and shares tips for beginner cooks. Burrell also reflects on cooking in Italy, the functions of salt and pepper, and preparing Bolognese, Carbonara, and big hunks of meat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Author, food historian, and culinary explorer Simon Majumdar dishes on extraordinary meals in restaurants and at home. In this episode of Homemade, Majumdar talks with host Martie Duncan about dining in all 50 states and around the globe, barbecue’s place in American culture, and transforming pantry ingredients and leftovers into inspired dinners. They also discuss the cooking influences of Majumdar’s Indian and Welsh parents and what goes into perfect fish and chips. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Instead of asking the questions, Homemade’s usual host Martie Duncan answers them in this episode. The cookbook author, Food Network Star finalist, and event planner talks about cooking a shrimp boil with the Chicago Fire Department, how chocolate gravy changed a couple’s life, and how she makes her fresh blueberry compote. Martie also tells executive editor Jason Burnett about Julia Roberts cooking birthday dinner for her, and shares some of her dream guests for Homemade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Dec 3rd
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Dec 1st

Suzanne L

Greetings Mr. Simon. I enjoyed the podcast. Kindness in food has no boundaries as I say n believe. The lemonade pie I messed up, yes! of course it was with the sugar!! Our friends never letting on, well, until late last late tht evening, more like early morn. We were at our respective plots of land w a path thru the Northwoods of Wis tht joined our places. I woke them up pounding on the trailer door with fish lips n a new pie. Right tht minute they had to eat. It was a Kodak moment when he came to r he door first w a wooden bat ready for war. This is going to be too long, I'm sorry but I have searched places u don't wnt to know about, for yrs, for any help. Granmas turkey stuffing. I hve a very good memory, so..picture this about a 40lb bird, oh yes, 3 daughters cutting n chopping the trinity of veges for dish. Oum wha, ME, under kitchen table. Granma was squeezing out milk soaked bread for stuffing, the typical organs hand ground, pork n beef n 2 brats deskinned, apples, the bread, some melted butter, poultry seasoning, pepper, salt, sage, n some dry bread standing by. German decent close to Russia. The stuffing was always superb, never any leftovers BUT there is one taste tht pulled it altogether, an earthy nutty..a touch smokey I can not do. I wonder if my dad snuck in some beer or lager all the time distracting Granma. What IS IT!!! I hve her original West Bend Cookbook, 1st one, all hand written by the ladies that contributed. Cinnamon? Cloves? Ginger? Nutmeg? If you have anythg u cld give me to try, I wld have no words to say thanks. Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cake perhaps? Sign me, Sue from Wisconsin.

Nov 30th

John Coles

f u

Nov 29th

Gregg Moore

16th is a very odd

Aug 24th
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