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As long as you've got questions, Dave Arnold has answers. Enter the wild and wacky world of Cooking Issues as host Dave Arnold answers listener questions on everything from ice cream to compound butter. Not question is off limits and Dave does the usual dance of comedy, science and advice on another jam-packed episode of the most informative and cutting edge food advice show in the world! Today's program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"The maximum amount of ice cream you should buy for home use is a half gallon. anything more than that is too much and will go bad." [20:00]

--Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues


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What is it about ice cream? People are head over heals with it in a way that is rarely paralleled with other foods. On a topical episode of Eat Your Words, host Talia Ralph sits down with Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna, co-founders of Ample Hills Creamery and co-authors of Ample Hills Creamery - The Cookbook. Find out how Brian's past life as a writer of "monster movie" helps inform his work as an ice cream maker, learn about their plans for a new shop in Gowanus and hear what makes their cookbook stand out from its recipe-driven peers. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"Growing up, ice cream was the first food love that I had. It's uniquely American and part of our mythology." [03:00]

"People think Ample Hills and they don't think Brooklyn. The hills have been paved over but there used to be hills with pastures and dairy farms in Brooklyn. The name is a nice way to touch back on the history of Brooklyn." [12:00]

--Brian Smith on Eat Your Words

"We wanted to invite people into the book the way we invite people into our shop." [21:00]

--Jackie Cuscuna on Eat Your Words


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When Sex in the City went to Magnolia Bakery it wasn't long before cupcakes became all the rage not just in New York City but across the United States. But look out, a new pastry has been quietly but quickly stealing the scene: the French macaron. But is it here to stay or just another food fad? Linda Pelaccio sits down with pastry chefs Kathryn Gordon and Anne McBride who have just written a new book, Les Petits Macarons to discuss the delicious pastry's history, benefits (no fat and gluten free!), and staying power in the dessert food world. Tune in for a how-to guide making your own macarons or where you can take a macaron making class. This episode is sponsored by Cain Vineyard and Winery.


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