The intro and outro music is “Whiskey Before Breakfast” which is both a great traditional song and an increasingly common practice for parents helping their children with remote schooling. It was performed and shared by The Dan River Ramblers under a Creative Commons license.
Since we had two guests, we were lucky enough to get two recipes! Lisa Oliver King’s heartily endorses Bryant Terry’s recipe for greens in our episode. She also writes, “Bryant joined us for an event a few years back and has remained dear to our hearts. I always share his cookbook when we table at events. https://www.sunset.com/recipe/garlicky-mustard-greens“
And here’s Stelle’s recipe: “I love making this soup for my hubby and me. This big pot of soup lasts us two or three meals. I make and freeze vegetable broth from stalks, stems and leaves of vegetables we get from our CSA share all summer. If I don’t have sweet potatoes, it works just as well with winter squash, which we also freeze a lot of. This soup recipe launched my passion for making hearty soups, which have become a mealtime staple for us. I got this recipe when my daughter, Caitlin, worked at the People’s Food Co-op. I have lots of good memories of meeting her and her brother, Rob, there for lunch of coffee when I visit Ann Arbor.”
People’s Food Coop of Ann Arbor West African Peanut Soup • 1⁄2 T olive oil This big pot of soup lasts us two or three meals • 1 1⁄2 C Spanish onion peeled and chopped • 1⁄4 T minced fresh ginger • 1⁄2 t sea salt • 1⁄4 t cayenne to taste • 1 1⁄2 C sweet potatoes, chopped • 2 1⁄2 C veggie broth (may need more) • 3⁄4 C creamy peanut butter • 3⁄4 C tomato juice1. Sautee onions in oil until transparent. Add carrots and spices. Continue sautéing about 5 minutes more. 2. Add sweet potatoes and broth. Simmer until veggies are cooked through. 3. Remove from heat. Add tomato juice and peanut butter. Process until smooth. Adjust consistency with more broth or tomato juice. 4. Soup will thicken as it cools.