Episode 120: Past, present, future

In this episode, we continue our Dragonfly in Amber read-along with Chapter 32 “Field of Dreams.”

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Links mentioned in the show
Diana Gabaldon’s catalog at Library Thing
M.A.S.H. theme song
Greylag Goose
Cock-a-leekie Soup Recipe 1
Cock-a-leekie Soup Recipe 2
“Harvest Home” hymn

Clip from Dragonfly in Amber courtesy of  and copyright Recorded Books.

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2 Responses to Episode 120: Past, present, future

  1. Eileen says:

    My family (parents, and brothers and their families) gets together for Thanksgiving, and we enjoy a nice blend of family recipes. My sister-in-law is the “general” of the kitchen, but we all pitch in. The folks that don’t really cook help with the chopping and prep. I make cranberry sauce from scratch–it’s easy and delicious (and so pretty!) and goes great with my mom’s yeast rolls. We also have salmon dip, which was a tradition I developed while stationed in Alaska. My sister-in-law makes cornbread stuffing from an aunt’s recipe, and she makes the turkey gravy the way her mom taught her. Our family’s go-to desserts are my sister-in-law’s lovely chocolate pecan pie, her “only apple pie I like” Granny smith apple pie, and cherry crisp (which is my Dad’s favorite). Pumpkin pie just never makes the cut. I myself prefer sweet potato pie to pumpkin pie, but we have sweet potatoes with our meal as a side dish.
    Thanksgiving is a big day for family–which I am very thankful for!–(and eating), and I look forward to it every year.

    • outlanderpod says:

      Eileen, how beautiful comment! What a beautiful description of your family-centered holiday. Love reading about your family’s favorites and traditions. We hope your day was amazing! Thank you for listening

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