This week’s episode of The Kitchen Hour Podcast felt just like talking to an old friend. That’s because, well, it consists mostly of me talking to an old friend. Stephanie Precourt has been blogging at Adventures in Babywearing since 2005, and is the Content Manager for Listen To Your Mother, a nationally-produced series of live staged readings which will be coming to 32 cities this year.
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Or, you can check out links to some of the things Steph and I talked about during the show:
- Listen To Your Mother audition season is happening now! If you have something to say about your experience of motherhood – or your experience being mothered by somebody else! – check out this blog post for more information about what happens at auditions, what the show is all about, and how to find your local city’s audition dates and details.
- Speaking of LTYM, here’s a recording of the production I appeared in (that’s me on top!)
- Find Stephanie on Instagram and Twitter.
I also shared some details about what’s going on in my kitchen this week:
- Here’s the super-simple bread recipe I mentioned. The resulting loaf is beautiful, though the bread itself is a bit dense and not as flavorful as some. It’s a great “beginner” recipe though as it’s incredibly easy, only uses a few ingredients and doesn’t require kneading. The resulting bread smells wonderful, looks absolutely beautiful, and tastes great warm with butter and jam. And since it’s the first yeast bread I’ve ever made by myself without screwing it up, I can wholeheartedly recommend it.
- Here’s the post I wrote about my women’s group cookbook from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan circa 1978, which includes the pasty recipe I followed this week as well as dishes like “Squirrel for Two” and “Sweet Pickled Beaver.”
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