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Food Friday 5/27/22: Kitchen hacks with Jennifer Clair

16th century woodcut of a kitchen
Unknown author/public domain/Wikimedia Commons
Paul Lacroix, Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period, available freely at Project Gutenberg
16th century woodcut of a kitchen

Jennifer Clair, founder of Home Cooking New York, returns to Food Friday to show us some handy cooking tips and tricks. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

Jennifer Clair
Home Cooking New York
Jennifer Clair

The number to call with your questions is 1-800-348-2551. You can also email voxpop@wamc.org.

Jennifer Clair launched Home Cooking New York in 2002. Before that, she was a Recipe Editor for The Wall Street Journal and a Food Editor at Martha Stewart Living, where she developed cookbooks and managed the Cooking & Entertaining department of marthastewart.com. She graduated from Peter Kump’s New York Cooking School in 1998 after receiving a full James Beard Foundation scholarship. Jennifer is also the author of Six Basic Cooking Techniques: Culinary Essentials for the Home Cook (2018) based on the school’s most popular cooking class, and the host of the cooking podcast, Kitchen Radio.

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