Welcome to Season 2! The Local Farey Tale of Knoephla Soup is told in 3 chapters (averaging 12 minutes each) ladling together the voices of the following Tale-Tellers… Kiah Gumeringer (Mary Ellen’s Bistro), Mark Heidrich (The Grill), Michael Miller (Germans from Russia Heritage Collection), Ben Myhre (Ramshackle Pantry), Carmen Rath-Wald (Tri-County Tourism Alliance), and Jonathan Reich
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Phew! This episode marks the end of Season One!
And what an episode it is! It is the longest episode to date and I must admit, it could have been much longer! As always, my Tale-Tellers provided me with an abundance of wonderful content. Take your time with this one. Lots of potential rabbit holes of info to go down. 🙂
This episode features the Pasty. A local fare I first heard about when visiting Michigan. I had zero clue at the time of how far-reaching yet still distinctly regional this fare was at the time. But when I started research for this episode it soon became clear. While I’ve kept my previous episode interviews within the U.S., this time the tale couldn’t be told without international voices and I’m delighted that so many agreed to contribute!
You can listen to the episode here (or anywhere you stream podcasts). BUT if you stream elsewhere, be sure to check out the supplemental content via that same link.
Note: The pasty photo is from the only time I’ve had a pasty so far. However, thanks to a recommendation from David Oates, I’ll be headed to Grass Valley, CA for their Cornish Christmas and trying another one soon!