Diana and Carrie put the lime in the coconut and talk about this witchy 1998 film based off the novel by Alice Hoffman. We conjure up some midnight margaritas, brownies for breakfast, turkey and cranberry burritos, and lots more rot-your-teeth goodies.
Diana and Carrie discuss the book by L. Frank Baum, the 1939 movie, and various continuations and reimaginings. There's fruit and nuts, lots of cakes and pies, and lots of dishes inspired by the most famous American fairytale.
Diana and Carrie talk (gush?) about the new movie and all that came before. Get ready for Ecto Cooler, twinkies, sad wonton soup, Cheezits, flying sandwiches, refrigerator portals, and wacky party food. We ain't afraid of no ghost!
Diana and Carrie discuss the sparkly magical anime series, as well as bento, study snacks, parfaits that never were, after school cafe goodies, homemade sprinkles, chicken katsu sandwiches, fruit curry, and more! Note: the episode is nostalgia-laden and inner sensei (inner planet sailor scouts) centric.
Intro music clip: Diana & her daughter singing "We Are the Crystal Gems",plus the instrumental version of the opening composed by Jeff Liu.Outro music clip: "Cookie Cat" sung by Zach Callison, composed by Jeff Liu
Diana and Carrie are coming into your world, with Swedish pancakes, pepperkakor, children drinking coffee which is both fascinating and disturbing, Swedish meatballs (homemade, not from IKEA), and wrapping it all up with a face in a cake.
Intro music clip: "What Shall I Do Today?" performed by Marieve Herrington, from the 1997 "Pippi Longstocking" animated TV series.
Outro music clip: "Pippi Longstocking is Coming Into Your Town!" performed by Margie Nelson and the International Children's Choir.