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Life throws a lot at us. Do you wallow in despair or turn it around and thrive? Here are some some tips to get past the crisis, out of the funk, and make limoncello from those lemons! A “just us” show with Randye, Nicky and Diana.
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Limoncello Recipe: (thanks to friend of the show, Theresa Tillinger)
2 bottles vodka or other grain alcohol
4 cups granulated suagr
9 1/2 cups water, divided
- Peel the lemons, and place peels into a large glass bottle or jar. Pour in one bottle of the vodka. Push the peels down with a wooden spoon. Cover loosely and let infuse for one week at room temperature, then add the second bottle of vodka.
- Combine sugar and 7 1/2 cups of the water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil. Do not stir. Boil for 15 minutes. Allow syrup to cool to room temperature.
- Add the syrup to the vodka mixture, and let steep for another 40 days. Strain, and add the other 2 cups of water. Pour into glass bottles, and seal each bottle with a cork. Let mixture age for 2 weeks at room temperature.
- Place bottled liqueur into the freezer. When icy cold, serve in chilled vodka glasses or shot glasses.
How prepared are you – and your loved ones – for the inevitable end of your life? Guests Patti Urban and Lynn McPhelimy to help us shed light and start the conversation to a very necessary, yet not often talked about subject: the End of Life. Learn how to put your house in order from the physical to the financial, and find resources for End of Life care.
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Addiction remains the subject of much debate, research, and conflicting theories – one thing, however, remains true: it can be tragic, and we need both information and hope.
Randye, Nicky and Diana talk with Marie, mother of a daughter currently (again) in rehab for heroin addiction – and two experts who work to understand addiction and find a way to help.
Dr. Carlton Erickson- a research scientist, has been studying the effects of alcohol on the brain for over 45 years.
Author: “The Science of Addiction: from Neurobiology to Treatment”, and Co-author: “Drugs, The Brain, and Behavior”
Dr. Marina Picciotto is the Charles B.G. Murphy Professor of Psychiatry and professor of Neurobiology and Pharmacology at Yale University.
Join us for this fascinating, insightful conversation.