Willi, Greg and Steve convene at Town Hall Seattle for this episode. Willi on Skype, Greg and Steve in Town Hall’s cafe and Marty, well Marty was off.
We take up the tough question of how to use the tomatoes that are ripening in the warm Northwest, as well as cucumbers and zucchini.
We spend a lot of time thinking about the cookbooks of Otto Lenghi.
Here is a recipe for tomato butter as well. Just for fun.
Steve is the Scholar in Residence at Town Hall this fall. He is working on a project about home, asking you the question, where are you home? Dig a little deeper if you like, when did you know you were home? When are you home? If you are still looking for the place to sink some roots, when will you know you’re home?
Share a story, a picture, a poem, a video, the sound of home, a painting of home if you are so inclined. The project is called Taking Root. There is a Facebook page. And on twitter, @whereareyouhome and #taking root and #whereareyouhome. Love to hear, read, see, listen to how you answer these questions.
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Also, Steve likes movies. Check out The Overlook Podcast with Robert Horton.
Greg’s Vashon Island Friend Daryl Redeker provides the music.