This is actually take two for this episode of the podcast. Ian Harris and I originally took a canoe trip out on Smith and Bybee Lakes, where we recorded the story and interview. Unfortunately, the audio was poor and we had to invoke the “redo,” re-recording the episode at KBOO. You can see in the picture the lengths we went in order to make the canoe trip; the lake was extremely low and we had to slog through a fair amount of mud before we could sit in the canoe.
Ian Harris, who recently wrote an article for Edible Portland, flips the script on the podcast by sharing a recipe from his ever-evolving “The Dutch Lovin’ Cookbook” instead of a story. We talk about dutch oven cooking for a while and scheme up a new Portland food hotspot. Before you get too upset, in the interview he does tell a great story about a time he did not heed the advice of poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti. The story and interview were recorded at KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR.
“If I had to recommend a thing that you would just sort of casually throw together in your camp dutch oven, this would be the thing to do cause it’s pretty darn easy to pull off and everybody will be totally impressed.”
– Ian Harris