Today’s guests are a couple! I thought it would be fun to switch up it up a bit and talk to two people in love!Two star crossed lovers who eloped early pandemic and have been eating and cheering their way through the last year.Nigel and Dorota are adorable.Nigel is an old friend of mine. We met many
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Today’s guests are a couple! I thought it would be fun to switch up it up a bit and talk to two people in love!Two star crossed lovers who eloped early pandemic and have been eating and cheering their way through the last year.Nigel and Dorota are adorable.Nigel is an old friend of mine. We met many years ago while both working for an airline. Nigel is a pilot and unfortunately has been grounded for the last year. However prepandemic, being a pilot, has been based out of some really cool places. While stationed in Warsaw he met Dorota and fell in love. He is so sweet, and a mean barbecuer.Dorota, his now wife, is a sweetheart. This was the first time I met her and I loved hearing her talk about food. I have been craving Polish food since we chatted.Dorota brought up an interesting point about how long we actually sit at the dinning table here. In Poland the celebrating at Christmas is done at the table.I love long dinners. And with friends I could sit for hours. Enjoying the food, talking, sipping on drinks, tasting sweets, laughing and cheering. But with family there definitely seems to be a rush to the table when food is out of the oven and a rush to clear and get back to the couch when the meal is over. Granted I have young children who do not enjoy sitting for too long after they’ve finished eating but the logics of it made me wonder a bit.Do we sit for less time at the table during the holidays because dining rooms are usually rarely used tables in our homes? Is that because kitchens are a more natural gathering spot? In North America do we more often use breakfast nooks to eat than our more formal dinning rooms, and as a by product of that feel weird sitting for long periods of time at them?Just something I’ve sort of been wondering I guess. Where do you do the celebrating at the holidays? Dinning table? Around a fire? Sprawled out in the living room? I want to know.I hope you enjoy today’s episode - Cheers!- - -I use and recommend Force Of Nature as a cleaning and disinfecting product. By purchasing through my link you will be supporting costs associated with this podcast and me! go to https://www.forceofnatureclean.com/ref/Bbuttery/ and use promo code SPRING30 : 30% off + free shipping on Starter Kits or SPRING40 : 40% off + free shipping on Bundles- - -To follow Food Is Culture | A Podcast along on Instagram @foodisculture.apodcastTo follow host Billy Buttery on Instagram @billy.cookingwithbutterTo check out the Food Is Culture blog billybuttery.comIntro & Outro Music and Editing Provided by @roninimperial from @bigsmokebouncePodcast Artwork by @giftsfrombilly giftsfrombilly.com