Wednesday 23 October 2013

Episode 42: So.... How Are You?

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Show notes:

I experiment with a short podcast this time just to see how I'll work things around my hectic working life and child care. Hold onto your hats for further offerings....

I review Coopknits new publication 'Coopknits Socks'. Details can be found on her website or on Ravelry. 

Off the Needles
Perfected Fume my own hat pattern using scraps of fingering and sport weight yarns. Pattern to follow.
Charade Socks by Sandra Park in Nerd Girl Yarns 'Shimma' in the 'sexy' colourway.
Plume by Lisa Mutch in The Uncommon Thread in The Uncommon Thread Posh Fingering in the 'Nimbostratus' Colourway and Silky Merino Fingering in 'Cerulean' Colourway.
Frogged Dryad and instead cast on Setzer using The Uncommon Thread Lush Worsted in 'Bois' colourway.
Sock Yarn Sweater by Hannah Fettig in September Yarns Merino Silk Fingering, Amber colourway.

Munch, Burp, Schlurp
I make a call to ice cream makers to lead me into sin.

Fly, Fly, Fly by Adrina Thorpe, available on Noise Trade
Water Landing by Amy Speace, available via Noise Trade
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Anonymous said...

Thanks for a brilliant podcast, we have missed your voice round here. It is good to have you back. Though I totally understand the find balancing act between the 'to-do' list and getting through each day.

Recently I have had to prioritise and try to learn that I can't get everything done all of the time and spreading myself too thinly is not a good thing.

Anyway I digress. I popped past to share this link I found in my blog reader this morning.

I thought it sounded like an amazing ice-cream.

Cheryl said...

We have an ice cream maker, and I use it all the time. Regular ice cream just doesn't taste as good anymore. I find that the custard-based ice creams (with eggs) have the best texture and taste, although I usuaully down the sugar quite a bit.

However, I did make this ice-cream, just dumped the roasted strawberry mixture into the maker when the ice cream was almost completed, (I used my regular vanilla as a base) and it was FANTASTIC! (we visitied the strawberry farm many times this summer - it was such a great child-friendly outing)

But while I was searching for the recipe, I found this one which is made with Coconut milk.

I love your podcast.