Sun, 10 November 2019
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss how to disguise your head size with hats, showing off “the plank”, the ruination of spelunking, when boys aim for the nuts, Jasper the cat’s Facebook page, Brock’s fear of his dog bowl, family repositories of trivia, being roped into volunteering again, Kristina’s run-in with a critical assessment, confusing sieves, colanders & strainers, 40 years of menopause, when making applesauce becomes a shit show, cooking in middle age, snow tire stress, bogarting as faux pas, how Emily became a goody-goody, growing up as a faculty brat, the continuing saga of Fruit Loops, when wanting a donut becomes an obsession, another building project with logger Shane, hiring Amish carpenters, the choice to use electrical appliances, ringer washer paranoia, saving a meal with more cheese, mind blowing squash tortellini, the comforting texture of soft food, if you could only eat one thing, decorating as a way to lift your spirits, love according to Washington Irving, saying goodbye to broken technology, aggrandizing quotes with false attribution, a 1971 comedy about uptight parents, when excess pot usage stunts natural mind expansion, plough vs. plow - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Nolan McKelvey [Sittin’ On The Front Porch]; Paul Asbell [Bound for Adamant]; Bow Thayer & the Holy Plow [Catskill Stone].
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