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Supermarket Mastery & Steno Pad Recipes with Kyran Pittman – The Home Hour Podcast episode 19

by Meagan Francis on February 6, 2014

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Notice anything different up there?

Yep. The Kitchen Hour Podcast has a new look. Well, and a new name. It’s now The Home Hour Podcast, which I think does a better job of reflecting the show: a diverse combination of interviews and other content all related to home and family, from food to parenting to motherhood. 

Plus, I realized that not everybody was listening to my podcast while making dinner! And if you want to listen to the show while you’re folding laundry or walking on the treadmill, who am I to say different? 

I talk more about the change in the show, but for now, let’s get to today’s guest! I was thrilled to talk with my friend, author and blogger Kyran Pittman about grocery shopping, parenting, blending motherhood with writing, vintage cookery and more. 

Click here to play the show in a new window, or you can find it on iTunes. (Note: It may take a few days for the new show title/cover art to show up in iTunes!) You can also scroll to the bottom to play the episode right here in your browser.

Here are links to some things that came up during our talk:

  • Steno Pad Recipes – Kyran and I discussed a project she’s working on, recreating her late mother-in-law Millie’s recipes that Kyran found written on a steno pad after Millie passed away. (I really have to try the recipe for buttermilk fudge.)

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Find Kyran online:

Would you like to be part of The Home Hour? 

Over in the right-hand sidebar, you’ll see a little button that says “Leave a message!” If you click that a box will pop up that allows you to record your question or comment. Send it, and I might include your question and my response on a future episode! If you don’t see the button, just visit this page to record your message.(Make sure that after recording you enter your name and email address and click “send” or I won’t get it.)

I’d love to hear your questions on anything from meal planning to mom style and everything in between!

And if you just want to say hello, that would be fun, too. 

As always, thanks for listening! If you liked this show, I’d LOVE for you to subscribe or leave a rating or review on iTunes. Here’s how to do it: 

If you’re an iTunes user, visit the podcast page here and click “View in iTunes.”

From there you’ll see an option to subscribe, and all new episodes will download to your computer or device automatically. You’ll also see a tab in iTunes called Ratings and Reviews.  

One more thing! From now on, new podcasts will be coming out on Thursdays rather than Wednesdays. Jon usually works out of town on Tuesday, and the stress of trying to pull together the last minute details on that day proved to be too much. So…why not bump it a day, right?

I hope you love the new name and enjoy some of the changes I’m planning to roll out over the next month or two! Please let me know if you have feedback or questions in the comments. 

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lauramich February 13, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Have you considered submitting your podcast to Stitcher? I’ve had so many problems listening to any podcasts through my iOS podcast app that I’ve given up completely and am listening to my shows almost exclusively through Stitcher. Maybe an upgrade (I’m due for one this summer) will fix this for me; until then, it’s Stitcher for me.

Thank you for considering my request!

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