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You've Got to Taste This

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You've Got to Taste This

 4.8 via 365 ratings in Apple Podcasts
An arts podcast from Adam Roberts

Welcome to “You’ve Got to Taste This!” the podcast where food writer Adam Roberts (“Secrets of the Best Chefs,” “The Amateur Gourmet”) asks chefs, food writers, and culinary experts to share recipes so good, you just HAVE to make them. Every home cook knows that feeling: you’re in the kitchen trying out a new recipe, you lift the spoon to your mouth, and your eyes pop out of your head with delight, and you yell for your loved ones to get in here quick, this is the best thing you’ve ever made! Each week, our guest sends Adam just such a recipe, which Adam tests in his own kitchen, ready to see what all the fuss is about and eager to talk all about it. Find out why our guests chose the recipe, what makes them so special, how you can adjust it, and whether Adam got it right. Every so often, Adam flips the script: inviting comedians, authors, authors, and musicians on the podcast, and assigning THEM a recipe that he’s obsessed first. This is a podcast all about recipes designed to blow your mind, leading you to exclaim: “You’ve Got to Taste This!” Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

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