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Skill Development for 2018

On this edition of the Galley podcast, our main topic is going to be skill development for the coming new year.  We’re going to share three new skills we’d like to develop and master in the next 12 months.  Goal setting can certainly be inspiring so maybe we’ll be able to get you thinking about some of your goals you’d like to accomplish.  New Year’s Eve provides the perfect starting point.  In our second segment, Sailing through the 60s and 70s, we’re going to be looking at another WWII era ship the steamship the Enders M. Voorhees.

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Authentic Pasta Fagioli

On the next edition of the Galley podcast, we’re returning to our Culinary Sojourn series in Italy where we’re going be making one of my favorite soups that I have prepared quite a few times in the past which is Pasta Fagioli.  We already have our four bags of cranberry beans from Bob’s Red Mill and I have some San Marzano tomato sauce I made from vine ripened tomatoes that I am going to add to it.  I think this will be a terrific, terrific soup.  That will be the next Culinary Sojourn program from Italy.

Firing Up a New Sauce

On an upcoming program, we were inspired to develop a new pasta sauce using butternut squash and roasted red peppers. We are very satisfied with this new sauce that can double as a soup course. Growing butternut squash in your garden, you well know the benefits of a bountiful harvest as well as a long shelf life of these squash. Here is a perfect recipe to use up some of those butternut squash in a delicious way. We will walk you through the steps to make this great sauce. 

Culinary Sojourns

A new feature of the program is that we are going to be taking a long culinary sojourn to learn old world cuisine. The focus is going to be primarily on strong immigrant nationalities that immigrated to Minnesota while the United States was still in its infancy. This is an exciting mission that will hopefully help bridge the gap between our ancestral roots and the sea that lay in between. One of our goals is to rediscover time tested recipes and gain understanding of “old world” cuisine.

Galley Radio Crew

About Galley Radio

Galley Radio first aired in August of 2014.  "Second Chef" Jon has been the primary co-host for Galley Radio.  He first got his feet wet behind the scenes in radio volunteering for a friend in radio producing the "Friday Nite Super 70s" show on a major A/C (adult contemporary) radio station in the Duluth/Superior market.  While never an on-air personality, except on rare interviews, Jon is getting his feet wet behind all stages of production of the radio podcast.  Second Chef Jon's co-host is "Chief Steward" Josh who brings a Wisconsin perspective to the mic.  Although on leave, we hope he will be a part of the regular shows in the near future.  We hope to bring in future interviews to bring different perspectives to the program.  The Galley's aim is to bring relevant food and seasonal topics to the forefront to encourage you to become creative in the kitchen, garden and life.

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Skill Development for 2018

Skill Development for 2018

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The War Years – Part II

The War Years – Part II

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