Feb. 2017 – Welcome back for a 2nd serving of Peace, Love and Soup!
Episode 2 – Birthday Soup, is going to be a hot one! So, be sure to blow on the soup and make a wish before sitting down to devour!
This month we’re celebrating Tave’s 50th, with the classic children’s story dear to her heart; Else Holmelund Minarik’s, “Little Bear’s Birthday Soup.” We assembled a small cast of KBOO volunteers to create our first, “Radio Soup Theater,” with banjo music by Joe Clement, AKA BandJoe.
Jai Hurdle – AKA Little Bear – shares his memories of growing up in Queens and having soup with his grandma.
Birthdays??? Are they for you or your kids? Find out in this month’s interview segment.
We discuss “Soup Hacks” (taking that which is fine… and making it fabulous!) and go back to Tave’s kitchen –with a visiting cameraman– to prepare “Korean Birthday Soup” — Miyeok Guk
We hear when and why Birthday Soup is made in Korea, from the first hand perspective of expat Martin Cavanaugh and his wife Ji.
Musical thanks to J Noodles for his song: “All I Need” & to Wizard Phenix for providing, “Baybe Voices & Beats for Dummies 101” https://soundcloud.com/mohawk-ris
other music in our podcast includes:
P’ansori: Korea’s Epic Vocal Art & Instrumental — “Kayageum Sanjo” by Kim So-Hee
Holding Up Half the Sky: Voices of Asian Women — “Broken Zither” by Liu Sola
And finally, we’ll check in with the chefs of tomorrow; Henry, Ellie, Ben, Pear, Ivy, Meira & Cameron as they come up with some very inventive birthday soups!
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Peace, Love and (of course…) Soup!
Brian & Tavé
April 2017 — This month it’s all about sustainability! On April 22nd, the world celebrated Earth Day. People everywhere were reminded to do their small part to defend the planet from climate change. Henceforth this episode is titled… Earth Soup! We converse with Molly Deis, co-creator of Portland’s TRACKERS EARTH http://trackersearth.com/blog/categories/outdoor-education/ http://trackersearth.com/blog/kids-wont-eat-veggies-forage-wild-plants/ & Josh Anderson (traditonal name Sik Sik) of The SQUAMISH LIL’WAT TRIBE Cultural Center in Whistler, BC https://slcc.ca Peace, Love and Soup Theater returns with a perfomance of “The Field Trip”- Issue 1 page 9 an original comic created by TRACKERS EARTH, http://trackersearth.com/comic/trackers-kids/1/9 Starring: Annie Deis, Eliseo Soto-Madrid & Sean Steward We feature natural musical soundscapes and a composition by German artist Bartholomaus Traubeck, in which he converts the rings of a tree’s trunks into piano music. Brian & Tave head out to forage around the city of Portland for the ingredients to make this month’s vegan bowl of Earth Soup… STINGING NETTLE & DANDELION SOUP Yum! Please be sure to check out our recipe 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 & Tavé ...
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 ...
May 2017 – On this super moon we are serving up a souper extended episode, featuring the stories of super mothers of all kinds, including: Alex Behr, a Portland mother & writer who adopted her son, Eli, from China. http://alexbehr.com and @Alex_Behr on twitter Robyn Twomey, a Brooklyn mother & photographer that recently gave birth to her 2nd child. http://www.robyntwomey.com Dolores Delaney, a Boston mother and grandmother, reflects on her life having survived bringing up 4 boys! (including our very own co-host Brian) Huggy aka Janice Evalin Johnson, a West Coast single grandmother and mom (to our other co-host Tave) shares what it was like bucking the system as a young creative woman in the 60s and 70s. Tave gets a peace, love and PLUS travel talk in with her brother, Niko Bono (afterthought… he was adopted) @travelsofbeauty on Instagram We’ve sprinkled in some music to dish, dine and (if you’re feeling it) dance to, too! Featuring: “Mars” by The Double U, “Seven Nation Army” by The Mt Tabor Middle School Band, “I Wanna Be Your Lover” by Fenech Soler, “Take Your Momma Out Tonight” by Scissor Sisters, “Does Your Mother Know” by ABBA and “Chicken Noddle Soup” by DJ Webstar performed by Young B & The Voice of Harlem and in the kitchen this month we’ll be making the “Mother of All Soups”… CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP! A Toast To All Mothers Everywhere! Peace, Love and (of course) Soup, Brian & Tavé ...