Welcome back to IT COOKS! This is episode twenty!
Have you had the week from hell? Stress, anxiety, depression, or other icky stuff threatening to drive you insane?
Well, I can’t help you with that. What I CAN do is share one of my favorite comforting recipes: Warm almond pudding.
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On episode 47, Tom and Jenny are returning to their fun recaps of “A Haunting” episodes, and this time around, they’re discussing one of the more unusual ones: “Hungry Ghosts,” which was the fifth episode of season two. The wealthy Bishop family move to a company-owned mansion in Taiwan after dad Dennis is given a promotion, but almost from the moment they set foot in the place, creepy things are afoot. Leaky walls, big-ass spiders, footsteps, voices, doors opening by themselves?it’s enough to make mom Candace summon a Taoist priest to rid the gigantic, window-heavy showplace of its pesky spirits. Don’t forget to pack up a picnic basket of fruit, incense, and cash to leave on the front lawn for the unquiet ghosts before tuning in for the latest haunting episode of 13 O’Clock.
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The Lunch Ladies Book Club (Shelly, Ashley and Mimzie) read and review Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt.
Did they like it? Did they agree or disagree about it?
Find out by listening!
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