Ep. 3 Magically Delicious

Episode 3 March 27, 2017 00:39:13
Ep. 3  Magically Delicious
Peace, Love & Soup
Ep. 3 Magically Delicious
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Hosted By

Brian Delaney Tavé Fascé Drake

Show Notes

March 2017 – Peace, Love and Soup is going Irish in a big and Magically Delicious way… NO BLARNEY!

In this, our 3rd episode, we make Dublin Coddle stew and as a special treat, Irish Soda Bread with guest baker, Dan Fagan, who also teachers us:

“Good doesn’t need to be hard!”

Jackie Boy Delaney shares his story about growing up in a working class Boston Irish family. He even sings us a tune & in perfect pitch too!

Cheers … to Your Ears!

We visit Kell’s Pub in NW Portland on St. Patrick’s Day to hear bagpipers and Irish clogging and to ask fellow celebrants, including the Wanderlust Nurtionists,  the important question:

“What’s the difference between soup and stew?”  What do you think?

We play some snippets from Dion, The Dorsey Brothers & Frankie Baby, but it is the Irish music that is the star this month including:

The Killavil Jig, “Have A Drink With Me” & “The Shelf”

Iarla O Lionaird, “Casadh an Tsugain”

Blaggards, “Drunken Sailor”

The Chieftains, “Tie The Ribbon – “The Bag of Potatoes”

Please be sure to check out our recipes and behind-the-scene photos, by liking us

on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peaceloveandsoup/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

and visiting our blog  http://kboo.fm/topics/peace-love-and-soup

Peace, Love and (of course…) Soup!

Brian (Joseph Patrick) Delaney & Tavé Fascé Drake

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