The Dinner Sisters Podcast

A podcast by two home-cooks and sisters that asks “what the heck to have for dinner?”

What do you listen to in the kitchen? We put on our favorite playlist to suit the cooking mood. Sometimes we play ballads from Morocco as we place a tagine in the oven, other times a list of pop classics as we whip up a medley of our favorite party snacks, and often we turn on our favorite food podcasts so we can cook along with our favorite culinary voices.

One podcast we can’t get enough of is the Dinner Sisters Podcast, hosted by "two podcasting sisters who can’t stop talking about food.” They scour the web (and ckbk.com) to discover timeless classics and hidden gems and share their weekly discoveries on their show. Each week they discuss the cooking wins and fails, sharing the recipes that they’ll return to again.

Ckbk has teamed up with Dinner Sisters, Betsy and Kate Schulz, to share the latest in ckbk news including #ckbkclub updates. Listen to ckbk on recent Dinner Sisters episodes:

Episode 70: ckbk co-founder Nadia Arumugam shares the best of Summer Baking, our July #ckckclub theme.

Episode 66: Monique Llamas, ckbk’s Community Manager, on Around the World in 80 Dishes, a journey around the world through food and our June #ckbkclub book.

Protip – Cookbook Clubs: Monique Llamas, ckbk’s Community Manager, dishes on cookbook clubs and how to join the virtual dinner party.

Visit the Dinner Sisters website for a list of all episodes.


Dinner Sisters’ Kate Schulz shares a few of her favorite cookbooks:

“Maybe you have total restraint at the Farmer’s Market. If instead you’re like me and tend to pick up 4 pounds of beautiful eggplant without a plan, this is your book. Deborah Madison groups vegetables botanically and provides recipes, techniques, and guidelines.”

“Maybe you have total restraint at the Farmer’s Market. If instead you’re like me and tend to pick up 4 pounds of beautiful eggplant without a plan, this is your book. Deborah Madison groups vegetables botanically and provides recipes, techniques, and guidelines.”

“The Vietnamese Coffee ice cream meant I didn’t sleep well for a week but no regrets! Rock-solid recipes that just work with flavor combinations for the nostalgic and the more unusual tastes.”

“The Vietnamese Coffee ice cream meant I didn’t sleep well for a week but no regrets! Rock-solid recipes that just work with flavor combinations for the nostalgic and the more unusual tastes.”

“Wow. Samin Nosrat managed to distill what makes food good with her cookbook. Buy it to learn more about cooking; keep it for the Buttermilk Roast Chicken.”

“Wow. Samin Nosrat managed to distill what makes food good with her cookbook. Buy it to learn more about cooking; keep it for the Buttermilk Roast Chicken.”


For more about the Dinner Sisters Podcast visit dinnersisters.com, or follow them on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest.

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