Hello Wednesday - it's already Wednesday?
It has been over a month since I recorded a podcast but thankfully this past Saturday I had the afternoon (mostly) to myself and took the opportunity to pull out my microphone and talk. If you are a listener you will hear me speak of how I usually start the recording process approximately 5-10 times before the right one "sticks"...what I mean is I'll start talking and maybe 10 seconds, 30 seconds or even 6 minutes in, I'll come to a point where I think, "this stinks - time to start again". Did not do that this past Saturday - this episode is a one time through recording. Felt great too.
So, my latest episode of The History Quilter Podcast Episode 32 where I talk about "Today's History" is now available on Podbean, iTunes and Stitcher Radio. No time for quilting history research for this episode - it is an episode of what was going on in my life, on that day.
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I talked about how well the Tofu-and-Vegetable Tacos with Eggplant Ancho Spread turned out. Go here to see my photos.
I also talked about making Mortadella, Egg and Brioche Sandwiches from the Saturday/Sunday September 21, 2012 edition of The Wall Street Journal. I'll be making these soon.
|James Ransom for The Wall Street Journal, Food Styling by Karen Evans, Prop Styling by Kaitlyn DuRos|
|photo by Quentin Bacon|
Time to get back to schoolwork. Thanks for sticking with me during the "dry periods". I'm looking forward to getting re-acquainted with my sewing machine on Friday.
Have a great Wednesday,