Saturday, December 12, 2020

Episode 5: Radical Piano-Playing Dogs


This is turkey broth, not anything dog-related.

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What's On My Hooks and Needles:



In Progress:

The Doocot sweater--Lisa Souza Polwarth-silk "Kaanapali"
Yule 2020 Socks in Poste Yarns (Simply Socks Co.) "Jollytown, TX"
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Webs for supplies

Dizzy Blondes:  
No spinning action currently, but awaiting my latest Electric Eel Wheel


Stop Asking the Dog to Play the Piano: Radical Acceptance

Put a Lid On It:

Instant Pot Bone broth:

1 bone from meat OR 1 turkey/chicken carcass
chopped onions, celery, carrots for flavor only
salt, pepper

Place all in Instant Pot for 1 hour on Manual.

(For a slightly richer flavor, sauté the veggies first in ghee or butter or olive oil on the saute functions for 2-3 minutes.)

Strain out everything and save the broth in your freezer. You can add back in any meat scraps from the broth.

Super Italian Bonus points:

Reheat to boiling after straining. Add raw but scrambled egg(s) when at a rolling boil. Add chopped sausage, spinach, and lots of grated parmesan cheese.

Aw Shoot!

30 minutes per day

Something I Really Like:

Ring video doorbell (new for ep 5)


Virtual Conference
Non-violence with animals
Monty Roberts, a.k.a. The Horse Whisperer-- a good video


Dec 11-12: Virtual Evolutions Conference!

Eleanor would like you to know that no dog, piano-playing or otherwise, was harmed in the making of this podcast. She also wants you to know that she likes treats.

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