Worcestershire and Cheddar Bacon Soup | Real Time Recipes | Sleep With Me #338

Sleep during the worst pronunciation of Worcestershire at the worst possible time. (starts at 14:33) As I shop you should hit a deep slumber before the soup is really on and things, as always get awkward…lullingly awkward.

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3 comments for “Worcestershire and Cheddar Bacon Soup | Real Time Recipes | Sleep With Me #338

  1. Colleen
    January 30, 2016 at 11:31 pm

    This was such a sweet, funny story! I wanted to hear what happened, it took me like 5 nights to actually hear all the episode. I really liked how “I” was included in the episode, I promise I won’t tell the other listeners that I’m your favorite! 😉

  2. Patsy Stewart
    January 21, 2016 at 1:07 pm

    This was the first time I stayed awake during a Sleep with Me podcast. The content was too interesting to me! Right up my alley, in fact. I make my own small batch, aged Worcestershire sauce. I pronounce it wooster. Yes, like Worcester, MA. But not an ew sound like chew. Not wooooster. More like wuster. The vowel pronounced like “would”or “wood” for that matter. Forget the “shire” altogether. Just wuster sauce. But then I’m Canadian, so results may vary.
    I also have been making Jim Lahey’s no-knead bread since the NYT published the recipe in 2006. Indeed I had made some the day of the podcast and because I add some sourdough starter, that day I was thinking, what else can I make with sourdough starter (after English muffins and sourdough pancakes)? Pizza dough, thought I! I didn’t realize Mr. Lahey of yes, Sullivan Bakery, had published a pizza dough no-knead recipe, so I had to Google that in the deep dark night. The process and recipe for your soup was a treat to hear and I might add, very well described and to a cook’s ears, accurate. Bravo! Thanks for a terrific listen, Scoots.

    • January 21, 2016 at 8:12 pm

      Thanks!!!! I still have a few servings of the soup in my freezer!!!

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