Celebrate KRCL's 43rd Anniversary on Saturday, Dec 3 at The Commonwealth Room with a Holiday Soul Party! Live music from Ryan Innes with AM Bump and the Omega Horns. Plus, join a special VIP Pre-party with a Soul Party DJ set with Ebay Hamilton.
#PunkRockFarmerFriday with Montana organic farmer Bob Quinn and Smart Home Canning's Anna Cash. Skywatcher Leo T's #ManyCulturesOneSky report. KRCL-meets-Clever Octopus to stretch records for Shop Small Biz Saturday. Muzzles and Co. with three pigs, other pets to rehome. And the 10th anniversary of Friendsmas, a Punk Rock Christmas, with Racist Kramer.
Tonight's show featured the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
#ManyCulturesOneSky with SkyWatcher Leo T, featuring a partial lunar eclipse, NASA throwing a DART to try and nudge an asteroid a bit out of its orbit, the Gemini 12 mission in 1966, and more. For sources and other cool space news, visit Leo's FB page — click here.
Victoria Koelkebeck of Nuzzles & Co., a non-profit no-kill organization located in Summit County. They have three pigs in need of a home, as well as lots of cats and dogs. Since 1990, Nuzzles & Co. has found homes for more than 22,000 pets.
Nov. 30: #GivingTuesday for Nuzzles & Co. "The holidays are upon us, and Giving Tuesday is a celebration of Utah's nonprofits. You can donate to support our mission here: http://bit.ly/LUGTnuzzles. We will also have matching grants going on throughout the day, so be sure to follow our Facebook page to see when you can have your gift matched."
Dec. 4: Final Pop-Up Pet Pantry, 12:00-4:00 p.m. at 8055 W. 3500 S., Magna. "Stop by for the last Pop-Up Pet Pantry of 2021! We'll have lots of resources for community cat caretakers, cat food, and dog food for free."
Jen Lopez of Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center, which is a nonprofit that helps you find discount art supplies through the resale of thrifted arts & crafts materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill.
Smart Home Canning's Anna Cash, a master food preserver and master gardener in Ogden.
Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring Montana organic farmer Bob Quinn, author of Grain by Grain: A Quest to Revive Ancient Wheat, Rural Jobs, and Healthy Food, Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle (Island Press 2019).
READ: Building on soil in Big Sandy, How organic and regenerative agriculture are revitalizing rural Montana economies (Montana Free Press, Oct. 14, 2021)
COOK: Squash Casserole — Bob's own recipe! Tell us how it turns out, if you try it.
Cook 2 medium squash. Carnival is my favorite squash as it tastes the most like a sweet potato. Cut in half and remove seeds (seeds can be dried and roasted later for additional treats.) Before baking, I rub on a little organic safflower oil and lightly season with salt and pepper.
Put in a covered dish (skin side down) for 1 hour @ 350 degrees or until fully cooked. Makes a little over 5 cups.
Once cool enough to handle, remove the skin, mash and then blend in the following and put in a covered casserole dish (I use organic ingredients as much as possible):
For streusel topping, combine and mix the following and spread on top of above mixture already in the dish:
Cook casserole at 350 for 30 minutes until topping has browned.