Recipes have become a race to the bottom
I used to like listening to this, but the new season/format leaves something to be desired. A lot of the recipes chosen are the trashiest, lowest-effort, barely-a-recipe recipes. I liked the last season where there was more to discuss, more genuine conversation about cooking techniques, and the recipes were chosen with an aim to make something actually good. Ya it’s funny to make fun of gross church casseroles, but I’m here to learn more about cooking and find something new to make, not a few people who want to put as little effort into this podcast as possible.
RedLineToBraintree via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/15/22
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Thoroughly enjoying this podcast. The conversation and competitive character of both hosts and guests is hilarious. Most of all I enjoy the breakdowns of the recipes - not only how they taste but how practical they are to make in relatively “normal” kitchens. I also love the approach to this...Read full review »
robinmlevy via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/16/20
I love well made podcasts and this is my favorite by far. Chang really shines in this format which focuses on the food and all of the myriad things he knows and thinks about it while letting him free associate just enough to make it interesting. His guests are really great and this is truly one...Read full review »
Lnakamur via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/30/20
I found the first episode of this podcast confusing. After spending time laying out the premise of the show, David Chang proceeded to not follow any of his own rules. It kinda throws off the point of this “game”. Granted the hosts are entertaining to listen to, but I didn’t learn anything about...Read full review »
hgfdhjkb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/20
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