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Comfort Measures

Comfort Measures is a podcast that takes a closer look at the media we consume and the food we eat when we are seeking comfort. Why do we take comfort in action movies or suspenseful books or scary television shows? What media connects us? How does food contribute to our comfort? So, get comfy and join Jessica Ammirati from Going to Tahiti Productions, as she delves into the sources of our comfort. Lord knows we all could use a little comfort right about now...

Mar 5, 2018

In our third episode, we take a closer look at the novel LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Our comfort food pairing is cast-iron-baked-sourdough-bread with Kerrygold butter and our guest co-host is screenwriter, Terri Viani. So, grab a piece of fresh baked bread warm from the oven, slather on a nice big pat of Kerrygold butter, and join us for a discussion of this first book in the Little House Series.

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Oh, and I completely forgot to mention while recording that this episode features instrumental banjo tunes played by Camilla Ammirati. Thanks, Cam! And, as always, a quick thank you to The Don't Tell Darlings for use of the songs "Never Saw Nothing" and "Till I Get Home" in the intro and outro (respectively) to the pod. For more of Camilla's music you can go to and

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