The One Recipe

The One Recipe

From the team that brought you The Splendid Table at APM Studios, The One Recipe is a pod devoted to that one recipe you keep in your back pocket. The one you send to friends, make for your mom, the one you entirely depend on because you know it’s going to work. We’re here to help you build up an arsenal of fast, simple and crowd-pleasing recipes, one episode at a time. Whether you’re cooking in a tiny kitchen and eating for one, or cooking breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch during a weeklong celebration with your entire family (and the kids), The One Recipe has a dish for every occasion. Host Jesse Sparks, Senior Editor at Eater, talks to some of the biggest names in food, including Sohla and Ham El-Waylly, Khushbu Shah, Eric Kim, Soleil Ho, Kristen Miglore, Pati Jinich, Yotam Ottolenghi, Stephen Satterfield, and… the list goes on. He draws out the sweet, funny and surprising stories behind everything from show-stopping whole roasted fish, Mexican pasta and crispy oven-roasted chicken to quick, soothing and essential dishes like yogurt rice, crispy tofu, Vietnamese sauces, and umami packed vegan and vegetarian entrees. And don’t even get us started on the dessert options, from Chinese baked goods, to chocolate chip cookies, to pastries, pies, cakes and tarts. Any day, any time, any craving, The One Recipe has got something for you.

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March 19, 2024 13 mins

Adrienne Cheatham and Jesse get into it this week to talk about their mutual love of Barbara Streisand, the scientific reasoning behind her preference for microwaved sweet-potatoes, and her mouth-watering One: sweet potato gnocchi with bacon-miso sauce. Adrienne Cheatham is a chef, cookbook author, and the founder of the Sunday Best pop-up series in Harlem. You can follow her on Instagram @chefadriennecheatham and on Twitt...

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Francis Lam has invited himself onto The One Recipe, and we’re so glad he did! This week, he tells Jesse about what it felt like the first time his writing was published, why it’s nice to not be beholden to tradition, and his One: Linguine with clams (and parsley, if you’re up for it.)  Francis Lam is a journalist, the editor-in-chief at Clarkson Potter, and the host of The Splendid Table. You can follow him on Instagram a...

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Anna Stockwell gushes to Jesse about her unusual cats, her lifelong love affair with dinner parties, and her One: a slow-roasted side of salmon that will wow your guests with surprisingly little effort. Anna Stockwell is a recipe developer, food stylist, and the author of For the Table: Easy, Adaptable, Crowd-Pleasing Recipes. You can follow her on Instagram @acstockwell. 


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This week, Stephen Satterfield talks to Jesse about why it’s important to know what you like, for instance, room temperature butter, which brings us to his One: Toast. Stephen Satterfield is the host of Netflix’s critically acclaimed docuseries High on the Hog, as well as the founder of Whetstone Magazine and Whetstone Radio Collective. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @isawstephen. 




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This week, Klancy Miller talks to Jesse about her secret sleuthing tendencies, her family’s love for one very special dessert, and her One: Parisian Chestnut Mini-Cakes that are easy to make and even easier to eat. Klancy Miller is the author of Cooking Solo: The Fun of Cooking for Yourself, and the founder of For the Culture: A magazine celebrating Black women and femmes in food and wine. You can follow her on Twitter and...

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Leah Bonnema & Nick Leighton talk to Jesse this week about their very different approaches to cooking, why it is Christmas all year long (in Leah’s heart, at least) and their deceptively simple one recipe: Cranberry Upside-Down Cake. Leah Bonnema & Nick Leighton are hosts of the podcast, Were You Raised By Wolves? You can follow them on Instagram @wereyouraisedbywolves.




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December 12, 2023 47 mins

Join host Jesse Sparks for a holiday edition of The Splendid Table’s sister podcast, The One Recipe. In this hour-long episode, Jesse talks to culinary superstars about their family traditions and their “One,” the recipe that signals the holidays have officially begun! Our guests bring us their family food traditions from all over the globe. Chetna Makan, Britain’s queen of Indian home cooking, gives us a recipe for a seri...

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December 7, 2023 42 mins

This week, we’re sharing an episode of Dishing on Julia, the official companion podcast to the Max original series, Julia. Hosted by Kerry Diamond of Cherry Bombe, each episode of Dishing on Julia takes you behind the scenes with the show's producers, creators, and crew to unpack each episode and explore the making of the series. For the inaugural episode of Season 2 of Dishing On Julia, host Kerry Diamond talks to Jul...

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Food & culture writer Aliza Abarbanel joins Jesse this week to talk about the universal appeal of cake and its unending iterations, Chanukah in the Abarbanel household, and her One: Joan Nathan’s Latkes. Aliza Abarbanel is the co-founder of Cake Zine and a contributing editor at TASTE. You can follow her on Instagram @alizarae.




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This week, we catch up with Drag Queen and Makeup Mogul Kim Chi to talk about #DragQueensEating, food and drag, starting their podcast, and their One: Miyeokguk, Korean Seaweed Soup. Kim Chi is a drag queen, the CEO and owner of Kim Chi Chic Beauty, and the co-host of the podcast 1 for the Table with Jon Kung. You can follow them on Instagram @kimchi_chic




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You might recognize Brittany Luse’s sharp takes and quick wit from shows like For Colored Nerds or It’s Been A Minute. But did you know that she can cook? This week, Brittany Luse talks to Jesse about the rampant abuse of cheese in food media, why you should never cook for a man, and her one recipe: Weeknight Collard Greens & Weekend Grits. (And, no, she will not be getting into the sweet vs. savory grit debate.) Britt...

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This week, we catch up with Chef Jon Kung to talk about his “Farmer Jack era Detroiter” persona, his travels around the country thanks to his debut cookbook, Kung Food: Chinese American Recipes from a Third-Culture Kitchen, and honing in on his fusion cooking with his One: Spaghetti and Lion's Head Meatballs. He’s the co-host of the podcast 1 for the Table with Kim Chi, and you can find his cooking videos on YouTube, T...

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Yotam Ottolenghi sits down with Jesse this week to talk about what he’ll do for work when he’s done with food, what it’s like cooking with his two boys, and his One: Brown Sugar Meringue Roulade With Burnt Honey Apples. Yotam Ottolenghi is an award-winning chef, father, and cookbook author. You can follow him on Instagram @ottolenghi.




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If there is anyone you want in your corner when you're trying to figure out what to make for dinner, Genevieve Ko is the person. With her compassionate approach to recipe development while getting readers to try new techniques, it's safe to say she knows a little something about what the home cook looks for in a recipe. Unsurprisingly, her One: Dan Bing (Scallion Tortilla Egg Wrap) is perfect for that quick in-betw...

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October 17, 2023 15 mins

Ham El-Waylly joins Jesse this week to brag about how much fun he has working with his wife, trace the origins of his globalized palette, and to dote on a recipe that stands above all the rest: Toum. Ham El-Waylly is a chef, restaurateur, and YouTube star. You can follow him on Instagram @hamegram.




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Whether you’re a fan of minute rice, bottom-of-the-pan crispy rice, or enjoying rice from the rice cooker, Chef JJ Johnson’s got you covered. JJ joins us this week to talk about his 10-year research into rice, getting people to cook it more, and taking rice dishes to the next level. It's no wonder why his One is a recipe for Cinnamon-Spiced Lamb Rice, a dish he assures us will make it into everyone’s Thanksgiving table...

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Rick Martinez and Jesse get into it this week to talk about Rick living his dream life in Mexico, the vast superiority of homemade tortillas, and his mouth-watering One: Rajas con Crema, aka roasted poblano chiles in cream. Rick Martinez is a beloved cook, writer, podcaster, and YouTube video host. You can follow him on Instagram @chefrickmartinez.




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Award-winning culinary historian and author Toni Tipton-Martin talks to Jesse this week about her new book, Juke Joints, Jazz Clubs and Juice: A Cocktail Recipe Book. It’s a fascinating conversation about how the creativity, hospitality, and excellence of Black drinking culture shaped the American cocktail scene, how the discovery of old cookbooks became the doorway to a deeper understanding of her African-American histori...

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This week, Kristen Miglore and Jesse talk about her truest musical love, how to choose an avocado that you will actually want to eat, and her One: Roberto Santibañez’ Classic Guacamole–which turns out to be anything but classic. Kristen Miglore is one of the founding editors of Food52, the host of the Genius Recipe Tapes podcast, and the author of Genius Recipes and Genius Desserts. You can follow her on Twitter and Instag...

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This week, Tammie Teclemariam talks to Jesse about her new job as New York Magazine’s Diner At Large, her love of perfume, and her One: a delightfully simple minty pork meatball. Tammie is a food and wine writer whose work has appeared in Gawker, Eater, Saveur, and many other publications. You can follow her on Twitter @tammieetc.




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