While Howard Stern spends his spare time studying the War for Late Night “like it’s the Torah” and attempting to rally all that is good and Letterman in triumph over all that is mediocre and Leno, his perennial sidekick and right-hand woman is getting a first-hand lesson in vegucation.
Robin Quivers debuted the cooking show Vegucating Robin in October 2010 as a way to inspire herself to learn how to make more things vegan and help out others who may also be unstated from a lack of diversity in their plant-based diets. Natural, seasonal, local and Irish food expert and chef Gavan Murphy shows Quivers how to become comfortable in the kitchen and turn traditionally meh foods into delicious meals.
If you’re one of the few million people who subscribe to SiriusXM just to listen to Stern, you’ll love hearing Quivers’ silky voice and constant laugh in Vegucating Robin. You’ll also like watching her play the familiar role of enthused and interested participant to Murphy’s seasoned expert. And if you’re one of America’s 7.3+ million vegans, the series is worthwhile for its legitimately fantastic-looking recipes and cooking tips. But if you don’t fall into either one of those categories, Vegucating Robin probably isn’t for you.