Introducing Homemade, the Allrecipes Podcast
Author Pat Conroy wrote that "a recipe is a story that ends with a good meal." The Homemade podcast celebrates this notion, serving up beloved dishes and the stories behind them. In each episode, our hosts and cooks of all stripes discuss beloved dishes and the memories and traditions behind them. Together, they explore cooking inspirations, techniques, and even what the pros make when they are at home. Every conversation is ripe with opportunities for discovery, a dash of controversy, laughs, and even a tug at the heartstrings. New guests will follow the likes of Guy Fieri, Carla Hall, Rachael Ray, Patti LaBelle and others.
Upcoming guests include Adam Richman, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Leslie Jordan, Tia Mowry, Camila Alves McConaughey, Michael Symon, Allrecipes Allstars, and more!
Meet the Hosts
Sabrina Medora is a national food writer and hospitality industry insider. Her passionate and thoughtful pieces have appeared in award-winning publications including Food & Wine, Eater, Heated, Plate Magazine, The Kitchn, Wine Enthusiast, and more.
In 2018, she founded Un-Plated, a multimedia platform that has produced and hosted dynamic events with the James Beard Foundation as well as pop-up dinners with celebrity chefs and respected restaurants in Chicago, New York, Washington D.C., and Southern California. Medora's events typically involve charitable components. Currently, Medora is penning a young adult fiction book. She lives in San Diego with her husband and dog. Follow Sabrina on Instagram.
Martie Duncan is an author, home cook, and "Next Food Network Star" finalist. The gregarious Birmingham native has no formal training, nor has she ever worked in a restaurant, but her recipes are infused with her personal brand of charm, wit, and southern traditions. Martie is able to cut to the core of what makes people tick, and use her background in law enforcement to get past surface layers and truly tap into the heart of her interviewees. Follow Martie on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.