Diana and Carrie discuss the novel and various adaptations. Diana dreams of cakes, Carrie gets emotional, and there’s pretend feasts, medicine, panpipes and nursery food to go around.
Intro music clip: From the “Hook” soundtrack composed by John Williams. Available for purchase here.
Outro music clip: From the “Peter Pan” (2003) soundtrack composed by James Newton Howard. Available for purchase here.
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 latest movie as well as the stuff from our childhood – pizza, ice cream kitties, pizza, sushi, more pizza!
Intro music clip: “Go Ninja” by Vanilla Ice, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” original cartoon opening.
Outro music clip: “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Nickelodeon (2012) opening.
Edit: Make sure to check out the Pizza Soup recipe from our friend Heather from All Roads Lead to the Kitchen! Looks so yummy!
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.
Diana and Carrie discuss the movie that shall henceforth be known as Wonder Woman: the Prequel, including hero cake, Jolly Ranchers, funeral spreads, and some fun party recipes.
Diana and Carrie discuss the dark fairytale, including mythological and historical tie ins, Spanish war rations, bottle murder, baby rabbit stew, gutted pigs and lots of nightmarish pale man talk.
Bonus: Sugared Grapes on Witchy Kitchen
Intro music clip: “Long, Long Time Ago” composed by Javier Navarette. Available on the the “Pan’s Labyrinth” soundtrack.
Outro music clip: “Lullaby” also composed by Javier Navarette and on the “Pan’s Labyrinth” soundtrack.
May the force be with you! We talk about green bread and blue (er, gray) milk, ice princesses and emo sith. Be warned: major spoilers in this episode!
Edit: Shortly after recording this episode, catching up with Star Wars: Rebels, Diana discovered that Ahsoka now has white lightsabers! Woot!
Intro music clip: “Star Wars” main theme by John Williams
Outro music clip: “Imperial March” by John Williams
Diana and Carrie throw mayonnaisey Midwestern home cooking, Holidazzle, pretzel bread, hot dish, and live fish all into the wood chipper.
Intro music clip: Main theme from the “Fargo” film by Carter Burwell.
Outro music clip: Main theme from the “Fargo” TV series by Jeff Russo.