In this check-in episode, Stacy and Sarah discuss their Thanksgiving plans (they’re celebrating Thanksgiving together!) and some of their favorite holiday traditions from gifting experiences over things and why you should save your turkey carcass for a delicious bone broth!
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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 327: Our Thanksgiving Traditions
- (0:00) Intro
- (0:40) News and views
- Sarah’s and Stacy’s families are celebrating Thanksgiving together! And the family of Russ Crandall, The Domestic Man, will be joining as well!
- Stacy is hosting not one, but two Thanksgiving parties cause she’s just an overachiever like that 😉
- Sarah doesn’t have a circular pie dish so she’s going to make a rectangular pumpkin pie! She’s using the crust recipe from Paleo Principles, not the one from the blog.
- Sarah’s The Best Paleo Pumpkin Pie recipe is Stacy’s favorite! She loves the pumpkin custard filling.
- Happy birthday to Sarah! She celebrated her birthday on Saturday.
- (12:40) This is a check in show!
- Since Sarah and Stacy are getting together in person this week, you can be sure something fun will come out of it! Be on the look out for Facebook Lives, video recording, and who knows what else!
- Stacy shares a lesson she’s learned in the past couple years: gifting experiences over things.
- The boys have really gotten into this and look forward to it.
- Currently they’re talking about gifting their next vacation! (Last year the experience gift was a cruise)
- They’ve also been doing a lot of crafting together and want to gift that to their grandmother because they’ve learned to recognize the value in spending time together.
- Sarah and Stacy discuss minimizing and emotional attachment to objects that hold memories
- If you choose to indulge during the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ve got podcasts to help you get back on track!
- Save your turkey carcass! Put it in your instant pot with vinegar and water (no vegetables) and pressurize it until it’s soft. No veggies because they’ll overcook and turn the broth bitter.
- Update on Stacy’s new Boston Terrier puppy, Penny!
- Penny loves when Stacy adds a tablespoon of broth to her dog food.
- DO NOT feed your dog broth that contains veggies.
- Get your questions in! We want to hear from you! And there’s no end to questions we can answer and topics we can address!
- Engage on social media! That’s how we get feedback!
- Thank you for listening