The podcast is back! We have a few more episodes over the next couple of weeks, then the podcast will be taking summer vacation like everyone else. Seems only fair. 😉 We’ll start back up again with new episodes in the fall. In the meantime, in today’s episode I share a baking tip, wax poetic about New England-style whoopie pies and then interview the lovely Asha Dornfest. Asha is a Portland, Oregon-based writer. Her most recent book is Parent Hacks, which is based on here 10-year-old blog of the same name. Asha is also the co-author of Minimalist Parenting and co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast. Asha and I talk a bunch about priorities, traditionally sweet foods going savory, her favorite recipe (that is beyond easy), an AWESOME tip for entertaining toddlers in the kitchen and more! As you can tell by the long list of links below, there is a lot of great info in this episode that you do not want to miss!
- Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids – Asha’s new book!
- Minimalist Parenting by Asha Dornfest and Christine Koh
- Parent Hacks website
- Parent Hacks on Instagram and Facebook (go share your own parent hacks with Asha!)
- A manifesto against the tyranny of luxury kitchens
- Asha’s Podcast Edit Your Life
- Lisa Oz’s interview on the podcast with link to savory oatmeal
- Mollie Katzen’s Chilaquiles Recipe
- The Moosewood Cookbook
- Roasted Cauliflower with Parmesan Cheese
- Catherine Connors and Tracey Clark
- Jane’s Camping List based on Catherine’s great camping wisdom
- Whoopie Pie Recipe
- Wet Hands Trick
- The Mom Hour Podcast
- The Girl Next Door Podcast
- If you want to get as obsessed as I did about the Navy missile test, click here and here and here and here
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