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A storytelling podcast featuring stories with recipes and food history connected to each episode's story. Is the food in fairytales and folklore really symbolic or does it just make the tale relatable? Food and stories have their own rituals and feed different parts of us. If you had to choose between the two, could you? How is the history of food tied into stories? Will this podcast answer these questions or will there just be a great story and a highly tenuous link to a delicious recipe? Y ...
 
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In which we discover that last names are underrated, there are always worse mothers-in-law, and that horseradish can be a gateway to a better life. We also find that kindness, goodness and a close relationship with the King of Birds are an advantage in life. We also examine the fascinating role of horseradish in history, medicine and folklore as we…
 
In these fractured times l wanted to look at how stories from different voices can overcome the the distance between people and highlight our shared experiences. I interviewed five amazing storytellers and asked them all about breaking down barriers through stories and food and these are the results. Dave is not a traditional storyteller and had so…
 
In these fractured times l wanted to look at how stories from different voices can overcome the the distance between people and highlight our shared experiences. I interviewed five amazing storytellers and asked them all about breaking down barriers through stories and food and these are the results. The storyteller in this episode is the wonderful…
 
In which we discover that its amazing what you can fit under a rosemary bush, that you should never forbid people opening chests without explaining why and that fathers can be very unreasonable. We also learn that wind can be helpful as well as mischievous and that rosemary is frankly, completely underrated. We also examine the fascinating role of …
 
In these fractured times l wanted to look at how stories from different voices can overcome the the distance between people and highlight our shared experiences. I interviewed five amazing storytellers and asked them all about breaking down barriers through stories and food and these are the results. The storyteller in this episode is the wonderful…
 
In these fractured times l wanted to look at how stories from different voices can overcome the the distance between people and highlight our shared experiences. I interviewed five amazing storytellers and asked them all about breaking down barriers through stories and food and these are the results. The storyteller in this episode is the wonderful…
 
In these fractured times l wanted to look at how stories from different voices can overcome the the distance between people and highlight our shared experiences. I interviewed five amazing storytellers and asked them all about breaking down barriers through stories and food and these are the results. The storyteller in this episode is the wonderful…
 
In which we discover the fascinating truth of how 1001 Nights, brave yet mischievous Sicilian maidens, the patriachy, apple dumpling and Lucrezia Borgia are all connected. This episode also contains revelations about the startling effects of pear varyenky and the surprising divination abilities of pel'meni. The stories in this episode are The 13 Ba…
 
Folklore, Food and Fairytales is has reached its first podcast birthday! This is a short announcement about bonus episodes every week from 31 August to 28 September in addition to the normal bi-weekly content. Listen in to find out more about The Vernacular Voices of the Storyteller, a series of interviews about breaking down barriers with stories …
 
In which we discover that if you have a magic cane your gourmet desires will always come true, if you have a gold donkey your financial problems will be at an end even if in a slightly disgusting fashion and finally if you have magic stick and a magic hat even the king won't bother you again. This story from Laura Gonzenbach's Great Treasury of Sic…
 
In which we discover that tales can have familiar titles but different endings, depriving an ogress of free olive oil is never a good idea and balls of wool are deadly in the right hands. We also find out that Rapunzel is not the only one with tower length hair and that a wine fountain is a possibility. The episode story is Snow White Fire Red, an …
 
A slightly different episode with a story and interview about A Gothic Cookbook instead of our normal format. Pintosmalto is the story of a strong -minded, brave and resourceful woman, her sweetheart (literally) and his abduction by a distant queen. Our heroine triumphs due to her cleverness, the generosity of a wise-woman and her beloved's instinc…
 
In which we discover golden apples are never in convenient places, it takes persistence to overcome the odds and that turning up with a large army is a very effective rescue strategy. We also find yet again that brothers can be jealous, that kindness & courtesy never go amiss and that chopping things with swords can have surprising results. The epi…
 
In which we discover that some millers are extremely unobservant, nixies are both powerful and patient, love can overcome many obstacles and it takes a supernatural incident to keep a hunter away from his Jägerschitzel. This is a really interesting story and has a lovely ending which as we know is not always guaranteed. This version is taken from t…
 
In which we discover that a Tartalo can actually be grateful, that every time you save a princess you need a new horse, a new outfit and a new sword and that you should always dispose of any dragon's heads responsibly. Additionally, we learn that you can know nothing about gardening and still grow beautiful vegetables and that it can take up to thr…
 
In which we discover that a cautionary tale can be sometimes ineffective, that lots of cheese actually can be too much of a good thing and that you should never follow fairies anywhere. There is also excessive dancing, fairies, towers of cheese and many tiny sparkling lights. The story for this episode is The Boy Who Wanted More Cheese as told in D…
 
In which we discover that princesses aren't always heroines, that gardener's boys can be heroes and that being buried in flowers isn't necessarily a good thing. There are also fantastic forests of jewels, fairies, miraculous laurel trees, enchanted princes and the sheer joy to be found in dancing. This tale for this episode is The Slippers of Twelv…
 
In which we discover that life can be interesting if you accept the unusual, that a collop can be many things and that sometimes acquiring a prince can be a lot of effort. This tale also involves an amazing shoe collection, ice lakes, glass mountains, a prince who sleeps soundly, a bull with unlimited food and drink in his ears, magical fruit and i…
 
In which we discover that without soup there would be no restaurants, that sharing can be joyful and that meeting a friend from the circus in an underground cask beer bar is one of the few things worth leaving a Finnish meal for. We also find out that we were making soup long before we had invented pots to cook it in and when recipe books made the …
 
In which we discover that castles can move, unicorns can be vicious, trolls aren't cautious and that you should always be prepared to give away a sandwich. A tale of stolen princesses, moving castles of precious metals, trolls, ravens, jealous brothers, waters of life & death, dragons, a unicorn, a lindworm, wild creatures and a golden ball. Episod…
 
In which we discover that betrayal is occasionally inevitable, sometimes all you need is a magical new frock & a talking fish and that apricots can be the key to overcoming misfortune. A tale of magical fruit, horror, betrayal, disguise, posh frocks and a King who is not easily fooled but fairly easily persuaded. Episode Recipe - Apricot Crème Brul…
 
In which we discover that you shouldn’t ask questions if you don’t want the answer, a shared love of food is an excellent foundation for a relationship, figs can definitely surprise you and you can fit quite a lot in a candlestick. The story in this episode is 'Dear as Salt', an Italian folktale with a vain and arrogant king, 3 princesses, 1 prince…
 
In which we discover that you can’t have a mortar without a pestle especially if it’s gold, that kings make mistakes, the importance of clever queens and that even a capon can be symbolic. This is the glorious story of how a clever peasant girl attracts a prince, loses a prince, gains a king, loses a king and then outwits him. It's an Italian folk …
 
In which we discover that fairies have some scary punishments, kings can have strange priorities and that you can be queen and still make excellent cream cheese. We also explore the world's smallest kingdom, find out what happens when fairies go bad and why you should always reward any household helpers even if you don't know who they are. The stor…
 
In which we discover what happens if you don’t share your pizzas, that singing ducks make excellent messengers and how perfect parsnips can keep memories alive. This is another fantastic story from Giambattista Basile’s Tale of Tales. I have already explored the history of these volumes in my Cat Cinderella episode but here is a quick recap for any…
 
This is a compilation episode of just the stories from the podcast. We travel to the enchanting lands of Persia and Armenia in these stories based around two very clever women who manage to save the day for themselves and their families even though they are not the ones who caused the problems in the first place. There are also exciting adventures,…
 
This is a compilation episode of just the stories from the podcast. The stories in this compilation are based around heroic girls from three different story traditions! They all triumph either through bravery, magic, cleverness or loyalty or all three. These are not your traditional stories between them they contain a talking, magical doll, a princ…
 
This is a compilation episode of just the stories from the podcast. The stories in this compilation are based around Jack Tales even though actually only one of the stories has a hero called Jack! The other two have heroes who bear a lot of resemblances. There is cleverness, trickery and a touch of humour and that's not just from the heroes. The st…
 
In which we discover that cherries can restore your wealth, spiders can be the reason for miracles, mulled cider can result in treasure and that trifle is devoid of folklore. Christmas Pudding, however has plenty to share. This is the fourth of four seasonal story and festive food related episodes to take us through December and lead us to the big …
 
In which we discover that being a bear is not always permanent, kindness is key to a happy life, owning treasure does not improve your temper and that spice and warmth improves most drinks. This is the third of four seasonal story and festive food related episodes to take us through December and lead us to the big midwinter celebration of your choi…
 
In which we discover how mountains were formed, what happens when winter goes on for too long and that a mince pie has never been illegal, no matter how scandalous you make it sound. This is the second of four seasonal story and festive food related episodes to take us through December and lead us to the big midwinter celebration of your choice, I …
 
In which we discover that kindness can overcome cruelty, a little magic goes a long way and there are many historic cheese related wonders. This is the first of four seasonal story and festive food related episodes to take us through December and lead us to the big midwinter celebration of your choice, I hope you enjoy the slightly different focus.…
 
In which we discover that a hero should keep his promises, that you should wait to get home before snacking, your father isn't always right and a delightful Hungarian cheese puff can save your life. This podcast also has a terrifying ogre, three mysterious old ladies, three wonderful yet terrifying dogs, three miraculous napkins, a generous employe…
 
In which we find out that some Cinderellas will stop at nothing to achieve happiness, sometimes stepsisters just go home in a temper and that macaroni cheese is older than you might think. This podcast also contains powerful fairies from Sardinia, ships that won't go, feasts, six wicked stepsisters, two wicked stepmothers, a disappointing father, a…
 
In which we discover that there's a difference between a rogue and a villain, people can be very careless with their animals and that you should never leave a stranger alone with your goose or your whiskey. Today's story is The Cunning Thief from More Celtic Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs originally collected by Patrick Kennedy in the Fireside Storie…
 
In which we find that kindness, wit, cleverness and politeness are the keys to a wonderful future, the perfect cheese toastie is within your grasp and sometimes you have to make your own happy ever after. A slight change to the usual format with two short stories instead of the usual longer one. The original stories of Kate Crackernuts and The Thre…
 
In which we find out that princesses definitely can decide their own destiny, that seeking your fortune can take a very long time and that the gift of pomegranates is always welcome. This Armenian folk tale incorporates wonders, adventures, giants, jewels beyond price and even incredible embroidery. You can find the story that my tale is based in t…
 
In which we confirm that a clever, witty woman can save the day, that food adulteration in soda bread is occasionally warranted and that outwitting a giant can save you a lot of DIY. Today's story is an Irish tall tale based on the Legend of Knockmany from Celtic Fairy Tales, edited by Joseph Jacobs. Another version is available in Fairy and Folk T…
 
In which we discover that fate can be tricksy, fish pie can be surprising and that you can get away with pretty much anything if you are a baron. This episode includes a wonderful story about fate, the history of fish pie and a fantastic luxury pie recipe. The link for today's recipe is here If you are interested in the faithless queen you can read…
 
In which we discover that it can be unwise to have your name on your belt, that cleverness is important for heroes, the downsides of wagon driving and how a pudding can save or take a life. Today’s story has giants, heroes, magic swords, enchanted ladies, generous princes, a possessed princess, treasure, wicked magicians, monsters and even the devi…
 
In which we find out what happens when Madam Moon is absent from the sky, why you should always listen to a Wise-Woman and how any of this is relevant to a fruity tea-time snack. A wonderful story from the wilds of the Carrlands of North Lincolnshire. It's a little dark (literally) and the horrors and crawly creatures amongst the watery bogs and ma…
 
In which we discover why you should never pose as an oil salesman, what your salt consumption reveals about you and how a good bread recipe connects the two. We also learn, more importantly, that a clever, courageous, quick-thinking woman is what you really need to save the day and the treasure. This is the recipe for the excellent loaf that is top…
 
In which we find out how giving away your lunch can find you a bride and win you a kingdom and how relevant that is to a delicious apricot flapjack. Jesper and the Hares is essentially a Jack tale who’s hero just happens to be named Jesper. Jesper is wily, clever and tricky and has two foolish elder brothers. He also wins the day though a combinati…
 
In which we enter the world of Russian folklore and ask impertinent and possibly irrelevant questions about a soup called Solyanka. Vasilissa the Fair is a Russian wonder tale, as collected by Alexander Afanasief. In this unusual story, the heroine comes up against not only the traditional wicked stepmother and envious stepsisters but also a danger…
 
The Gifts of the Magician & The Great Historical Oxtail Mystery In which I explain how the wonderful story of Gifts of the Magician is connected to Oxtail via an extremely tenuous link and actually quite an interesting history. Story - The Gifts of The Magician adapted from Andrew Lang’s Crimson Fairy Book Recipe - Braised Oxtail with Orange & Star…
 
Mitch Freifeld (mitchellf.com) is an artist/painter originally from California. He worked for many years as a systems analyst in Silicon Valley, and now dedicates his time to painting seven days a week. He has lived in the Pacific Northwest for 22 years and lives with his delightful wife, Nancy.Mitch's oil paintings focus mainly on architecture usi…
 
Rachael Zur (rachaelzur.com)is a painter, born who was born in the Pacific Northwest. She uses experimental materials and bright colors in unexpected juxtapositions. Additionally, she incorporates her experience with dyslexia into her work to create energetic, movement-oriented compositions.Rachael is currently enrolled in the low-residency MFA pro…
 
Amy Ruedinger (amyruedinger.com) is a multi-media artist who is currently working in metals, specifically copper to create whimsical vessels and bowls. She inscribes onto these forms, uses old printmaking plates and adds details like bumps and horse hair to complete her forms.Amy is originally from Osh Kosh, Wisconsin, and has lived in the Northwes…
 
Gabe Fernandez (gabefernandez.com) is an artist/painter from the Pacific Northwest. Many of his paintings include subject matter, such as Mid-century Modern chairs and architecture. Lit with a single strong light source they evoke a feeling of nostalgia and calm.Gabe is represented by the Guardino Gallery in Portland, Oregon, the Linda Hodges Galle…
 
Tamara English is a painter who has resided in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years. Her paintings incorporate botanical subject matter through her connection with the divine.Her work is represented in galleries both in the US and abroad.NOTE: Tamara would like you to know about a group show in which she is participating, in addition to the one …
 
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