21 episodes

Audio Nourishment for the Heart & Mind

Peace, Love & Soup Peace, Love & Soup

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Audio Nourishment for the Heart & Mind

    Ep. 21 Peace, Love & Soup - In the Time of Covid, Batch 2: Acclimation

    Ep. 21 Peace, Love & Soup - In the Time of Covid, Batch 2: Acclimation

    Winter 2022 – We dedicate this episode to those lost in recent years, especially Uncle George and Steve Buchert. We carry their memories with us! As the pandemic continues to evolve, our 2nd Covid episode goes beyond the initial fear of the unknown and focuses instead on adjusting and moving forward in life❣️ Brian makes...

    • 57 min
    Ep. 20 Peace, Love & Soup - In the Time of Covid, Batch 1: Anamnesis

    Ep. 20 Peace, Love & Soup - In the Time of Covid, Batch 1: Anamnesis

    Autumn 2021 – Peace, Love & Soup celebrate their 20th episode with Peace, Love & Soup – In the Time of Covid, Batch 1: Anamnesis  The definition of anamnesis is: The recollection or remembrance of the past; reminiscence. It’s been almost 2 years now since Covid-19 began and we’re still in it! For this episode we...

    • 58 min
    Ep. 19 Jumbo Gumbo Ya Ya!

    Ep. 19 Jumbo Gumbo Ya Ya!

    Winter 2021 – “We don’t hide the crazy, we parade it down the street!”
    Because of Covid-19, Mardi Gras — for the most part— was cancelled for 2021.
    Luckily, we have previously unreleased recordings from Mardis Gras’ past captured right here in Portland, Oregon… featuring live music, parades & even a Ball!
    We invite Bayou born Randy Jackson to our porch for a “substantial“ Gumbo cookout & for a sweet treat Baker Dan chimes in on King Cake.
    Join us around the table, all y’all, for this episode we call – Jumbo Gumbo Ya Ya!
    Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler!
    Brian & Tavé

    • 56 min
    Ep. 18 P-Town Soup, Part III: Clams End

    Ep. 18 P-Town Soup, Part III: Clams End

    Winter 2020 — As they say, all good things must come to an end, a Clams End that is! Thank you Michael Cunningham for the inspiration — we very much enjoyed your book, “Land’s End”
    We’ve arrived at the third and final episode of our P-Town Trilogy — where the soup talk continues both in and out of the kitchen, accompanied by some deep cuts from Zoe Lewis’s vast catalogue of music.
    In this culminating episode Tave & her Rhode Island resident friend, April Brown, go on a soup making adventure. They share stories while cooking her grandmother’s traditional recipe for Narragansett chowder.
    We talk with Mark Bjorstrom, Vice Chair & Treasurer of SKIP – The Soup Kitchen in Provincetown, who gives us a behind the scene tour of the network involved in nourishing the Outer Cape community.
    We also visit with Dougie Freeman, the owner of the West End Salon & Spa, and get the scoop from a few friendly dog lovers.
    Set your stovetops to simmer, sit back and enjoy our finale:
    P-Town Soup, Part III: Clams Ends
    We miss you Provincetown!
    Brian & Tavé

    • 58 min
    Ep. 17 P-Town Soup, Part II: Angels of the Outer Cape

    Ep. 17 P-Town Soup, Part II: Angels of the Outer Cape

    Winter 2020 – This is the second episode in our P-Town Trilogy
    In Part II, we’ll be shining a light on a few of Provincetown’s proud women proprietors and their benevolence towards the community,
    We talk with:
    Debbie Nadolney  the owner of AMP: Art Market Provincetown Gallery 
    Frieda the manager at  Marine Specialties Store
    Scarbie a tour de force Drag Queen with a heart of gold & nasty scar

    • 58 min
    Ep. 16 P-Town Soup, Part I: Entering Provincetown

    Ep. 16 P-Town Soup, Part I: Entering Provincetown

    Winter 2020 – We’re excited to announce the arrival of Season 3: The P-Town Trilogy and our sparkling shiny new website to go with it.
    Please check out PeaceLoveandSoup.com for all of our past episodes, subscription links, photos, recipes & much, much more!
    This season we’re devoting its’ entirety to Provincetown, Massachusetts – a quaint seaside town situated at the outermost tip of good ole’ Cape Cod.
    In this of episode we’ll be chatting with:
    Jay Critchley, a resident artist,  activist & creator of the community nurturing organization The Compact.
    The Mama T**s, a visiting drag queen performer.
    Blair Fell, a writer & long time P-Town summer guest.
    And a few Michaels; writer Michael Cunningham, publisher & web creator Michael Goff & lawyer Micheal Gottlieb. We bumped into them at the opening of local painter, John Dowd’s latest work, presented by the William Scott Gallery on Commercial Street.
    And because we are a soup podcast we will be digging deeper into the exotic world of chowder! We found that there are as many type of chowder as there are varieties of people who frequent this magical & historical piece of land.
    Thank you to everyone who lent their voices and shared their soup stories with us. Special thanks go out to P-Town’s own world traveling musician, Zoe Lewis, who so generously provided the music that you’ll be hearing throughout this trilogy. You can find out more about her and her music by going to ZoeLewis.com
    Well, without further ado we give you P-Town Soup, Part I: Entering Provincetown
    Enjoy,
    Brian & Tavé

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

richterryan ,

Sonnet Soup

In my sophomore year of high school, I loved writing sonnets that used each new word to give my story three new meanings. They were tightly wrapped packages full of intention and purpose. Tavé and Brian make sonnet soup. They welcome me to cook with a light cacophony of pots and pans and a carefully explained recipe, sure, but the’re also my friend at a party, introducing me to a cast of characters around Portland. They invite me into culture, and they give me permission to play. They complicate soup just right. They give new meaning to Soup Du Jour, steeping culturally relevant content with lots of spice. Cheers Jacky Boy!

Jpinob ,

All podcasts should leave me feeling this happy!

I LOVELOVELOVED this episode!!!!! What wonderful and inspiring conversations. I wanted to hug Ben and the two girls. They were all so eloquent and insightful.. Wise beyond their years. Hearing them left me feeling insanely hopeful that their generation will make a difference. And, I sooooooo totally related to Brian’s Aunt as she laid out the physical recipe as well as the intangible ingredients - friends, family, people, heritage.. just like gumbo! As always, Brian & Tave have crafted a lovely and poignant peek inside the hearts of these beautiful strangers. And the little reminders at the end… Good Stuff. Thanks, PL&S!!

Randsfer ,

A warm bowl of wonderful

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