E & M
Yep, purty much!
Maybe a tad higher pitch…
If you wanna find out for yourself, head on over to The Big Wild website, find the show archives, and plug into a few.
Therein you get to hear yours truly doing a little improv riffing on topics I learn about maybe 30 seconds before air time – Fun for me, fun for you!
Sometimes, OK… Most of the time, we just cook for ourselves – No show, no fancy, just what we like… And you know what? It’s really, really good.
Recorded a couple more episodes of The Big Wild this morning, between which I let the Lads know I was on my way up to Walker in July. Turns out one of the two hosts, Gundy, only lives a couple hours away, so he’s gonna come on up and do some recording from the shindig – And The Greek will be down here the week before that teaching at TCU, so we’ll get together for some cookin’ and eatin’ right here at Casa Atwater – Now how cool is that?!
Oy vey ist mere, yet more Eben on the Big Wild radio show!
I still think my voice sounds funny, but y’all already knew that…
This episode was my take on Easter, covering Ham and, (In deference to Johnny V, AKA The Greek), lamb!
Now, in many of these episodes, (And sure as hell, on the Ham and Lamb one anyway), I sound, well, what: Harried? Goofy? Baffled? D. All of the above: Something je ne c’est quoi? Well then, know this, (And I am NOT complaining, ’cause I LOVE doing these shows), the fact is, I have about a minute to maybe three between the time that the lads tell me what we’re going to talk about and when we start recording, so all of this is off the cuff foodie improv…
>Or not, or not…
You’ll note that the title, (Not the web address), of the blog has been changed to Urban Monique’s Chef blog. If you’ll pardon the obvious pun on our names, (or not, or not…), this was done to recognize and support Community Based Agricultural projects wherever they may be, and to alert readers to the benefits of joining a CSA and growing food at home, even in teeny, tiny lots like ours!
Our emphasis will remain focused on the Neighborhood Garden and King’s Garden efforts and output throughout the seasons; we just want to encourage the ball rolling further!
E & M