Eat Like A Heroine

By Jenny Williams & Lorilee Craker

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A girl’s gotta eat–she may as well eat like a heroine.Join book-obsessed kindred spirits Jenny Williams and Lorilee Craker as they time travel through favorite heroine classics to glean all the foodie wisdom: How to eat, picnic, comfort, host and more like your best-loved bookish stars. Elevate your eating life to the level of Anne of Green Gables, Jane Austen, Maya Angelou and Zora Neale Hurston; come to the table with us as we learn how to eat like heroines.

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Episode 01 | Picnic Like a Heroine, Part 1: Blissfully Sticky with Katy Carr
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Who was the mystery heroine who picknicked like a boss and taught us that the bar should be set at “blissfully sticky”? Get your red checkered blanket ready to roll, because we can’t wait to talk all things heroine and picnics.

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Shownotes

No one picnics as blissfully as a heroine. In this show, we give props to Katy Carr, of What Katy Did: She knew how to elevate the ploughman’s lunch to something magical. 

We reveal the captivating history of the picnic, dating back centuries, and urge you not to go bananas like the Victorians (so no “epic collar of calf’s head''). Finally, we offer tips on how to pick a setting like a heroine, and ponder how our friend Natalie’s suitor was able to make fettuccine alfredo on the side of a mountain. 

Katy’s Mini Molasses Pies: https://www.acoalcrackerinthekitchen.com/2021/01/16/shoofletts-mini-shoofly-pies/

What’s your favorite picnic memory? Do tell so we can share in a future episode. Email us at hello@jennyewilliams.com

Aug 03, 2022
Episode 00 | From Anne Shirley to Zora Neale Hurston: An Introduction to a Foodie/Bookish Podcast
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Why did Anne of Green Gables invite her minister over for cold tongue? What was up with Ma’s Spider Pan in Little House on the Prairie? And why were the heroines obsessed with currants, blancmange and calf’s foot jelly? A snappy sketch of everything the bookish stars have to teach us about how to nourish and flourish here and now.

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Shownotes:

If your bookish/foodie heart goes thump at the thought of deconstructing the picnic in Emma, the semi-murderous ingredients in Anne of Green Gables’ “liniment cake,” and the swoony sentences Maya Angelou used to describe barbeque sauce, do we have a podcast for you!

In this episode, we unpeel the show that promises to feed both your inner book geek and epicure, with segments such as: Time Travel (historical dishing), Heroine Spotlight, Cook Like a Heroine (recipes), Heroine Takeaways, Bookseller’s Daughter and Friend Recommend (book reviews), Heroine Challenges and Maud’s Mailroom. 

Do drop us a line at hello@jennyewilliams.com and tell us what excites you about learning to eat like a heroine!  

Aug 03, 2022