Our goal with this podcast? Cook a little better, learn a little bit about food and most importantly, figure out what the heck to have for dinner! Here’s how this works, each week we talk about three recipes that we cooked and reviewed from popular food blogs, chefs and other sources on the world wide web. You can listen to episodes here on the website, there is a podcast player at the end of each episode post. You can also find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox, player.fm or wherever you like to listen. See for yourself why The Kitchn called us one of the best podcasts to listen to for parents with hungry kids!
About the Dinner Sisters: We’re two podcasting sisters who can’t stop talking about food. When we’re not cooking or recording, you can find us hunting through the millions of online recipes and food blogs to discover those timeless classics (Smitten Kitchen’s Oven Braised Beef with Tomatoes and Garlic, anyone?) and hidden gems just waiting to be cooked up. We are home cooks through and through, no professional kitchen training here! Just 30+ years of combined experience in our own homes cooking for ourselves and the one’s we love.
Kate (left) lives and work in Providence, Rhode Island and cooks dinner for two. She loves collecting regional jams and jellies, recipes that claim to be THE BEST or WORLD CHANGING and baking overly complicated German holiday cookies.
Betsy (right) lives and work in Atlanta, Georgia and cooks dinner for five. She has three kids (5,7,9) with lots of opinions. She’s a fan of one-bowl baking recipes and is significantly better at making dinner since starting this podcast.
We hope you’ll join us every week as we search for recipes that might make it into our regular dinner rotations. Every ten episodes we throw a podcast Dinner Party and cook up a full party menu, including dessert. We’ve also had the great privilege to interview:
- James Beard Award Winning author Andrea Nguyen
- 2 Michelin Star Chef Josiah Citrin
- New York Times “ Best Cookbook” writer Odette Williams for her book, Simple Cake
- New York Magazine and Tasting Table best cookbook author Alexandra Stafford for her book, Bread Toast Crumb
- Award winning cookbook author and food stylist Susan Spungen for her book, Open Table
- Burlap & Barrel Co-founder Ethan Frisch
- T.J. Smith (Executive Director) and Kami Ahrens (Assistant Curator), who edited the newest release of the Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery. This episode was recorded live on site at the Foxfire museum and heritage center.
And feature tips, tricks and advice from:
- Priya Krishna, Author of Indian-ish and regular contributor to Bon Appetit, New York Times and the New Yorker.
- Beth Moncel founder of the beloved-by-dinner-sisters-listeners website, Budget Bytes.
You can find us on itunes, stitcher, googleplay or wherever you get your podcasts.
We’ll save a spot at the table for you!
Kate and Betsy