Today, we follow our producer Alex at the 2014 Folk Music Festival. He finds out that there is not only good music there, but also good food!
Below, you will find videos for the songs and recipe we couldn’t include in our podcast.
- The Word of the Week – Starts at 1:30
- Song: ‘Nese Halya Vodu’ by the Lemon Bucket Orkestra – See video below
- Interview: Jade from Whale’s Tail Fry Bread – Starts at 4:18
- Interview: Theresa Contois from Cedar Feast House – Starts at 9:32
- Song: ‘Tirelire’ by Les Tireux d’Roches – See video below
- Recipe: Strawberry & Blueberry Grilled Cheese by Jerry James Stone – See video below
- Song: ‘Lost’ by Fish and Bird
- Interview: Mike from Aussie Pie Guy – Starts at 18:46
- Interview: Cayleigh from Mexi Pops – Starts at 22:52
- Song: ‘Go First” by Rose Cousins – See video below
Whale’s Tail Fry Bread – Jade
Purveyors of sweet or savoury addictive fry bread. Deep fried bread topped with any combination of these toppings: sugar & cinnamon, honey, raspberry jam, chocolate sauce, herb & garlic, pizza, parmesan cheese and hot & spicy. Deluxe toppings are apples & cinnamon. Add whip cream if desired.
Cedar Feast House – Theresa Contois
Cedar Feast House Catering Ltd is an aboriginal catering company that features innovative aboriginal cuisine as well as being able to accommodate specific menu requests.
Yellow Quill Café (Facebook page)
352 East 10th Avenue – Vancouver, British Columbia
Aussie Pie Guy – Mike
Aussie Pie Guy began with a craving – a craving for a delicious Aussie pie. Matt Fitzhardinge, Linda Lowery and Kayleigh Lum had traveled/lived in Australia and fell in love with Aussie pies. Upon returning to Vancouver, they searched high and low for authentic Aussie pies and to their dismay, their search was unfounded…and then the light bulb turned on.
Mexi Pops – Cayleigh
Cayleigh, Mexi Pops owner, has a passion for creating healthy and unique frozen treats that draw excitement and happiness by all those who enjoy them! With 6 years of experience selling at the Hornby Farmers’ Market and attending events within the Comox Valley , Cayleigh has now branched out with her business taking it to Victoria and Vancouver. Luckily with the expansion she has not lost sight of a great quality product with lots of Organic, Fairtrade and Local options. She understands dietary restrictions and the majority of the Mexi Pops treats are Gluten and Dairy Free!
Jerry James Stone’s recipes are vegetarian, just like him. Some are even vegan. He likes to keep things pretty simple, using just a few ingredients. So, you’ll be cooking in no time. If you’re wondering if he is really stoned… well, he’ll never tell.
For a written version of the recipe and a list of ingredients, go to CookingStoned.tv
LEMON BUCKET ORKESTRA
We start the musical part of the show with ‘Nese Halya Vodu’, a revamped traditional ukrainian song by the Lemon Bucket Orkestra.
“From Toronto to New York, Budapest to Berlin, audiences around the world are hailing the Lemon Bucket Orkestra as folk music revolutionaries. Since their birth the band has grown from its initial quartet of buskers to a fifteen-piece guerrilla folk force with an army of grass roots followers and mainstream fans at home and abroad.” ~ Official website
LES TIREUX D’ROCHES
“Traditional Québécois music + a soupçon of world sounds = an uncontrollable urge to dance!” ~ Folk Music Festival
On the web:
Les Tireux d’Roches – Official website
FISH AND BIRD
‘They do weird vocal improvs, rock out in 11/8, sometimes seem like they’re playing bluegrass, & they might make you cry.” ~ Folk Music Festival
You can listen to the song ‘Lost’ on Bandcamp. It’s part of the latest album, ‘Something in the Ether’.
“Some voices hit you hard from first blush and this is one of them.” ~Exclaim!
BOOKS WE LIKE
“From the pure, radiant flavors of classic Blackberry and Spicy Pineapple to unexpectedly enchanting combinations such as Sour Cream, Cherry and Tequila, or Strawberry-Horchata,Paletas is an engaging and delicious guide to Mexico’s traditional—and some not-so-traditional—frozen treats.” ~ Editor’s notes
“Toasted golden in a pan or browned to melty perfection under the broiler, grilled cheese is the ultimate comfort food – and a meal in itself. And believe it or not, it just got better. Author Marlena Spieler has created 50 mouthwatering new takes on this fromagophile’s favorite. Her tantalizing pairings range from hearty Sage Sausage and Jack Cheese with Preserved Lemon to Melted Alpenzell, Emmentaler, Pear, and Cumin.” ~ Editor’s notes