Renee and David each explain what makes for a satisfyingly written recipe, whether it plays lyrically or is sheer plain-spoken practicality.
The TV dinner, that icon of mid-century American life, offered David and Renee two disparate experiences during childhood. For one, freedom. The other, disappointment.
Renee Schettler and David Leite take their constant quibbling and opposing viewpoints to the topic of taking a cookbook versus a computer into the kitchen.
David and Renee challenge each others’ preference for fried chicken by first exploring their own relationship to fried chicken. As with most things, the answer is found in their childhoods.
Chocolate. Milk or dark? Which reigns supreme? Renee and David go bite for bite defending their sweet corner of the world.
When making lobster rolls, do you opt for mayonnaise or butter? Our fearless food contrarians, David and Renee, battle it out. Which dressing will reign supreme?
Banal or bold? David and Renee are on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to the ubiquitous paprika. Where do you stand when it comes to this rusty red spice?
How do you take your hot chocolate? Thick or thin? David Leite and Renee Schettler are, not surprisingly, on opposite ends of the argument. Though we’ve got one recipe that satisfies both cravings.