The One Recipe podcast reveals the recipes people love most. Many home cooks have that one recipe. It's the one that's stuck around through the years, the nostalgic family favorite, the “secret ingredient” in a head-turning dish. The podcast peers into the minds and kitchens of notable chefs and foodies who share a passion for cuisine. The show can have working people cooking masterpieces at home, even on weeknights.
Jesse Sparks is a senior editor at Eater and the host of The One Recipe. He brings on a wide variety of guests with stories and tips. Dishes with international influences are a big part of this podcast. Past shows promoted crispy glazed tofu, toum, and manchow soup.
Each episode of The One Recipe discusses one recipe with a different food aficionado. Guests include food writers like cookbook authors Noor Murad and Jesse Sheehan. New York Times food writers like Eric Kim, Priya Krishna, and Melissa Clark have all appeared. So have chefs like Ham El-Waylly and Sheldon Simeon. These people share their most cherished holiday meals and traditions and the situations that inspired them. Other episodes talk about solo traveling and solo eating.
A contagious excitement for food and people comes through The One Recipe podcast. This podcast brings a sense of hopeful positivity. Fans also get a tool kit of tried and tested recipes. Each episode provides culinary tips to impress. The podcast also shows ways to indulge, even when on a budget.