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Jefferson ate capon, Eisenhower craved squirrel soup and Grant had a habit of throwing bread across the table. This week, we go into the White House with Alex Prud’homme to hear culinary stories from presidential history, like how Julia Child charmed her way into a state dinner and why Eleanor Roosevelt may have used Jell-O salad to get revenge on FDR. Plus, the late Raghavan Iyer reflects on curry, Indian cuisine and his legacy as a culinary educator; Alex Aïnouz experiments with AI in the kitchen; and we learn a recipe known as “killer spaghetti.”
Questions in this episode
"How do I get a good crust on paella?"
"What's the best way to toast milk powder for this chocolate chip recipe I love making?"
"What should I cook for my friend's bachelorette party?"
"Why can you use olive oil in a hot oven, but not in a hot skillet?"