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Chef, actor, and comedian Erica Wides. Described as the "Jon Stewart of food" hosts comedy guests. Erica invites herself over to Bridget Everett's kitchen, and together they rustle up a mean 5 spice chicken salad, smack some fish muniere and discuss their mutual disgust of white pepper, a spice for racists. Ingredients and recipes below!
Erica invites herself over to Bridget Everett's kitchen, and together they rustle up a mean 5 spice chicken salad, smack some fish muniere and discuss their mutual disgust of white pepper, a spice for racists. Ingredients and recipes below!
5 SPICE CHICKEN SALAD INGREDIENTS:
1 small red onion, ...
Join as Erica and the hilarious Emmy Blotnick (Late Night with Stephen Colbert, The President Show) cook up some chana saag, bond over fainting habits, and drop some tips for perfectly aged Peeps Carpaccio. Chana saag ingredients needed and recipe below (sorry you'll have to watch for the peeps t...
Hold on to your locally-sourced kale folks! Erica's headed to see Emily Flake, author, cartoonist, and culprit behind a less-than-flattering cartoon of Erica that may or may not be the reason for this episode’s existence.
¼ cup olive oil
1 pint grape or cherry tomatoes
Join Erica and local trivia queen Ophira Eisenberg from NPR’s Ask Me Another in FPMF’s Season One Finale as they sear some lamb, cough up fancy olive oil, and throw down in the first ever FPMF Canadian Citizenship Triviabash! Ingredients needed and recipe below!
Episode 5 is here! And for this one Erica is at Chez Marie cooking Paellaaa with the hilarious Marie Faustin! Squid beaks, mussel beards, exciting stories about what happened to Marie's mom at Pathmark - what won't you learn!!
Buckle up for a ride to the French countryside as Chef Erica Wides and comedian Mia Jackson show you how to create a classic Cassoulet. Your friends may judge you, but who cares? Just means more delicious duck for you! In this episode you'll learn:
- The sultry pleasures of getting roasted in yo...