Ep. 1 Black Eyed Pea & Collard Greens Soup

Episode 1 January 26, 2017 00:27:20
Ep. 1  Black Eyed Pea & Collard Greens Soup
Peace, Love & Soup
Ep. 1 Black Eyed Pea & Collard Greens Soup
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Hosted By

Brian Delaney Tavé Fascé Drake

Show Notes

Jan. 2017 – A new podcast for the New Year, the new moon & the Chinese New Year, bringing you Peace, Love & Soup!

by Brian Delaney & Tavé Fascé Drake

In this premier episode we make Black Eyed Pea and Collard Greens Soup for prosperity and luck in the New Year.

We introduce ourselves to you and:

–talk to artist Julia Anne Goodman

–feature music by Oumou Sangare, the Black Eyed Peas and Lucinda Drake.

–discuss Tave’s stint with the Peace Corps, the Dogon Villages of Mali &  Fulani herders

–make & share a start to finish soup (served in a handmade bowl by ceramicist Craig Martell)

–and much, much more!

Peace, Love & (of course…Soup)

Brian & Tavé

 

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