On Friday night, I made Linguine Carbonara for Kendrick, Stephen, and Dave.
In this segment, I find an old lamp on the street outside my apartment and refurbish it with the help of Stephen (yup, my downstairs neighbor and one of my best friends) from Cavern Home.
At the Cherry Lane Farm stand, I found some unbelievable green tomatoes, and since the day quickly turned rainy and miserable I figured it was a perfect opportunity to try my hand at making fried green tomatoes for the very first time.
I’ve never heard any of Kendrick’s original songs before - this really was my first time ever - and I somehow ended up on stage with a tambourine during the one that he wrote for me (go to the 1:00 mark for the song to start…there’s a bit of a debacle searching for the MIA drummer that takes some time to resolve).
Finally, my MSNBC appearance (this is the second one). I’m not the savviest when it comes to the web, so yes, it took me three days to upload a video. But I think I have it down now, thanks to Meghan’s very patient play-by-play. In any case, in this clip I discuss Michael Moore’s new film, Capitalism: A Love Story, which explores the root causes of the global financial meltdown and hits theaters October 2nd.