Episode 202 – Spelling, Lincoln and we have part 1 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast

Welcome to the Kindness Project, the podcast designed to share stories of kindness and share how kindness can make positive change in our world, one small act at a time.

In this week’s episode we talked about Spelling, Lincoln and we have part 1 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast

Kindness Intro Chat

Question of the Podcast 6:11

Spelling 6:24

Lincoln 9:12

Kindness News

Heroic Dog Gets Award for Saving Over 100 Koalas From Australia’s Bushfires 14:01

Pet cat missing for 10 years in Aberdeen reunited with owners 16:05

Interview

we have part 1 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast 18:23

Answers to last week’s question of the podcast

What’s your favourite soup?

Twitter answers:- https://twitter.com/ChrisDaems/status/1454394773507346435

Charlie – Pret’s Pea and Mint with Chilli, or their No Cream of Chicken.  In my bachelor days I infamously had a fridge full of Covent Garden Leek and Potato (always on BOGOF).  Which only became really awkward when I ended up on a date with the woman who wrote the recipes… 42:39

Darren Cooke – Plain old Cream of Tomato with garlic croutons French Onion soup with a hunk of bread floating and cheese melted on top Thick mushroom with a little stilton crumbled on top 42:59

Michael Taggart – My late grandma’s Scotch broth. I was brought up on it. If she is with the Gods, they will have made it their Ambrosia or Nectar by now. 43:46

Ivor Harper – Cream of tomato, lobster bisque, spicy parsnip 43:56

Martha Lawton – My Mum’s vegetable soup. Different veg every time, yet somehow the same essential Mum-ness remains. 44:02

Stuart Holbrook – Miso soup/ramen is currently my favourite. 44:10

Hilary Rowland – Homemade butternut! 44:14

Laura Miller – Mercimek Çorbası (Turkish lentil soup) 44:19

Richard Earl – Cullen Skink is lovely 44:24

Facebook answers:- https://www.facebook.com/Christopher.Daems/posts/10157993636541603

David Crozier – I don’t have one – Gail Crozier makes a range of soups and they’re all fantastic 44:37

Desmond Barker – Mine is Tomatoe Soup 44:49

Caroline Thompson – Has to be Tomato Soup 44:55

Sharon Hirsch – Got to be chicken soup 🥣 44:58

Eve Keith – Curried lentil soup. 45:00

Sandra Connington – My home made Chicken Scotch Broth or Ham and Lentil or if it is tinned – Baxters Scotch Broth 45:03

Coral Knight – Spicy butternut and lentil soup and scotch broth 45:12

Al McCann – Mulligatawny. 45:17

Kelly Marie Barker – Morrisons do a red pepper soup which is lovely but I also like Heinz chicken noodle soup 45:29

David Bowley – Love bit of oxtail soup and bread 45:50

Frances Barrett – Chicken noodle. Or Heinz cream of tomato soup with a cheese toastie 😂 45:54

Roberta White – Home made Chinese Chicken Noodle soup or Butternut Squash with Sweet potato lovely 46:13

Jade Foster-Jerrett – Kosher chicken soup! 46:23

Sean Neil Acton – French Onion Soup 46:30

Carol Staunton – Mine would be chicken unless I’m poorly, then it has to be oxtail 46:34

Sarah Steel – Heinz tomato 46:42

Mark O’Halloran – Onion or pumpkin 46:44

Fiona Morpurgo – Its gotta be Jewish penicillin 46:47

Sue O’halloran – Mulligatawny or French onion 47:00

Sharon Adkins – My homemade parsnip, carrot, potato and butternut squash 47:03

Mark Rutter – Tomatoes 47:10

Pádraig Floyd – Any soup. 47:30

Kathryn Knowles – Beetroot with a dash of horseradish. 47:40

Hazel Grace – Carrot and Coriander soup, or homemade chicken noodle soup with extra chillies 47:47

Gloria Molins – Not the best for winter but it’s got to be Gazpacho. 47:58

Elaine Glennon – Homemade chicken and vegetable 🌽 More like stew! 48:05

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