28Apr, 2011

Episode 37: Beans

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We know you didn’t think it was possible, but this week, we’re even more full of beans than usual. (Dried beans, specifically, though we like canned, too.) We’re tackling some of life’s toughest questions: to soak or not to soak, to salt or not to salt, and what happens to Matthew when he […]

28Apr, 2011

Tuscan Beans from the Old Clay Pot; Cowboy Beans (Recipes from Episode 37)

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Russ Parsons’s bean cooking technique that Matthew talks about is “nicely summarized by Steven Shaw”:http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?/topic/99104-no-soak-beans-in-the-oven-in-90-minutes/ on eGullet.

From Pot on the Fire, by John Thorne

1/2 pound dried cannelini beans, washed and soaked for 8 to 12 hours in water […]

19Apr, 2011

We’re guests on Game Night Guys

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Do we have a new show this week? No, we do not!

Can you hear half an hour of us anyway? Yes, you can!

We’re guests on the delightful “Game Night Guys”:http://gamenightguys.com/index.php/2011/04/foodie-fight/. Brian and Mike made us play Foodie Fight, a trivia game where every question is very easy or very hard. Maybe that describes every trivia […]

14Apr, 2011

Episode 36: Butter

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We are not Shedding you: this is our richest, creamiest episode yet. It’s a Country Crockload of buttery goodness, featuring a rigorous butter taste test and some trenchant observations that will get us banned from Iceland. www.spilledmilkpodcast.com

7Apr, 2011

Inside the podcaster’s studio

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We’re in the news! Seattle Magazine interviewed us for their story on podcasting and also visited us in our gold-plated Capitol Hill studios:

“Seattle Broadcasters Detour Traditional Airwaves”:http://www.seattlemag.com/article/lifestyle/air-online-seattle-broadcasters-detour-traditional-airwaves

Inside the “Studios” of Online Radio from Seattle magazine on Vimeo.

Thanks to Karen, Alex, and Julia at Seattle Mag!