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Friends, Feelings and Food This Thanksgiving

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Fresh baked pie.
Fresh baked pie. (Courtesy of mazaletel. )

This Thanksgiving– Friendsgiving, Thankstaking, or whatever you call this holiday– I’m turning the microphone on the Rightnowish team and asking the hard questions about food, friend and feelings.

For this episode I’m joined by Rightnowish producer Marisol Medina-Cadena and editor Jessica Placzek. We dive into our holiday experiences, the music that we turn to as the weather gets cold, and we take some time to appreciate you– the listeners.

This episode was made for your listening pleasure, to be enjoyed while cooking, eating, or doing some exercise to shake off that meal you’ve just consumed. As I say at the end of the show, and will reiterate here: May you eat well and nourish yourselves this holiday.

Rightnowish is an arts and culture podcast produced at KQED. Listen to it wherever you get your podcasts or click the play button at the top of this page and subscribe to the show on NPR One, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, TuneIn, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts.


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