How to Make Italian Easter Pie

Episode Details

Air date: March 21, 2018

Guest: Kathy Salamone

Runtime: 33 minutes, 35 seconds

Summary: In our 16th episode, Jen sits down with her Mom, Kathy Salamone, to gush about their love for Pizzagaina. Listen in to get some history on this family tradition from the ultimate Italian matriarch.

Links of Interest: 

Kathy’s Instagram account – Lots of gorgeous cloudscapes
Learn How to Make a Yo Yo Quilt
Jingle Bell Jack by Dr. Frances Horwich
Make your own Jingle Bell Jack

What I Made This Week:

Joey’s hair was out of control this day.

From the transcript: “And now, I’d like to tell you about something I made this week. I made a sizable addition to my knitting stash. This past weekend was the Knit North Yarn Crawl that had nine participating shops north of Boston. Each shop had special promotions and sales for the four-day event. So one morning, I hopped in the car with my son and we drove to all nine stores. The big find of the day was twelve skeins of yarn I bought to finally make my family’s Christmas stockings. Joey was a hit in each shop and had so much fun meeting all of the other crawlers, most of whom were grandmothers who were happy to have a toddler around to fawn over.” Continue reading “How to Make Italian Easter Pie”

How to Make an EP

Episode Details

Air date: March 7, 2018

Guest: Mark Steadman

Runtime: 34 minutes, 1 seconds

Summary: In episode 15, Jen is joined by another podcaster, Mark Steadman, to talk about creating an EP. Mark discusses the technical side of this task and then dives into the stories behind each of the songs.

Links of Interest: 

Mark’s EP – Songs Survive
For more about Mark, check out his website.

What I Made This Week:

From the transcript: “And now, I’d like to tell you about something I made this week. I made a home away from home for my family. This past weekend, we spent a few days up in the White Mountains to ski and spend time with my husband’s family. We were staying in a big ski lodge and had an entire floor to ourselves. Making the space inviting, familiar, and fun for my two toddlers was a challenge that totally paid off. They had a great weekend and both put on a pair of skis for the first time.” Continue reading “How to Make an EP”