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Meseidy is founder of The Noshery. She enjoys inappropriate humor, burgers, and bourbon. She currently lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband, two dogs, and a cat named Mouse.
Rebecca is founder of Foodie with Family. She enjoys a hearty sandwich, classical music, and an aperol spritz. She currently lives in Belfast, New York with her husband, five boys, two dogs, and a cat named Uncle.
In today’s episode, Meseidy and Rebecca talk everything you have ever needed to know about hot dogs, and probably some things you never needed to know but will enjoy knowing anyway. They have history and how hot dogs are made. They have cooking methods. They have hot dog controversies. And they have some serious opinionsContinue reading “Episode 34: Hot Dog! The Everything You Need to Know about Hot Dogs Episode”
In today’s episode, Meseidy and Rebecca get judgey, but with love. It’s true, they’re about to tell you what you might be doing wrong in the kitchen, but they also share the right way to do it and some embarrassing confessions of things they have done wrong, too. From reading recipes and prepping before cookingContinue reading “Episode 33: You’re Doing It Wrong: The Help Me Help You Episode”
In today’s episode, Meseidy and Rebecca talk about what constitutes a dumpling, discuss some (gasp!) dumpling controversies and their best-loved dumplings, and Meseidy is forced to question her entire life. Joking. But not really. Sources List of Dumplings wiki Dumpling controversy Soup dumpling controversy Chicken and Dumplings regional differences Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Pot Pie SouthernContinue reading “Episode 32: My Little Dumpling, Dumplings Make the World Go Round”
In today’s episode, Meseidy turns the tables on Rebecca by discussing a food Rebecca doesn’t like; S’mores. Rebecca obliges with some sticky s’mores history and the ladies discuss all sorts of delectable goodies -not just sweets!- that can be made around a campfire. Sources: The History of S’mores Recipes: Homemade Marshmallows Walking Tacos Supplies CampfireContinue reading “Episode 31: S’mores, Please: S’mores and Other Campfire Goodies”
In today’s episode, Meseidy is scared, Rebecca is excited, and it’s getting spicy in here. The ladies talk all about hot peppers, hot sauces, and Mr. Wilbur Scoville’s Units. They cover the history of chili pepper domestication and the path it took around the globe, how to correctly spell chili/chilli/chile, some of their favourite hotContinue reading “Episode 30: That’s One Spicy Episode. Hot Peppers, Hot Sauces, and Mr. Scoville’s Units.”
In today’s episode, Meseidy and Rebecca are here with Part II of our We Got Culture show. They discuss cheese trivia (yes! Cheese trivia!). They go into how cheeses are classified (or not classified) and how different aged cheeses are made- whether they’re a softer cheese like brie or a hard-aged cheese like cheddar orContinue reading “Episode 29: We Got Culture: Part II Aged Cheeses, Hard cheeses, and other “old” dairy goodies”
Ep. 28: We Got Culture: Cultured Dairy Foods and Why They are Amazing Part I Yogurt, Kefir, Fresh Mozzarella, and other un-aged cheeses.
In today’s episode, Rebecca and Meseidy go over young, or unaged cheeses and fresh cultured dairy like yogurt, kefir, and fresh cheeses like mozzarella, goat cheese, ricotta, cream cheese, cottage cheese. They discuss the crazy history of cheese, the science behind fresh cheeses, and how these fresh cultured products are made, with a seriously cheesyContinue reading “Ep. 28: We Got Culture: Cultured Dairy Foods and Why They are Amazing Part I Yogurt, Kefir, Fresh Mozzarella, and other un-aged cheeses.”
In today’s episode, Meseidy and Rebecca talk about one of the most important (and their favourite) foods in the world: rice. From the history of rice (spoiler alert: it goes WAAAAY back) to a discussion of varieties and sizes of rice and their uses, the ladies cover a food that they have both arguably eatenContinue reading “Ep: 27: Rice, Rice Baby: The history and impact of rice in the world plus recipes”
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