Nov 18, 2018
We bring you 3 tales of Slavic Folklore! The book they are from is called "Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen", by Alex Chodsko, Translated and Illustrated by Emily J. Harding in 1896. The 3 stories we narrate and discuss are "The Lost Child", "The Journey to the Sun and the Moon", and "The History of Prince Slugobyl; or, The Invisible Knight".
Cocktail of the Week: Moscow Mule. See here for the recipe we used: http://folkloreontherocks.com/show-notes-for-episode-9-slavic-folk-tales
Promos are from We Drink and We Know Things and Brew Crime!
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