The Cookbook Circle


Season Two - The Finale

Season 1, Ep. 15

And now... the end is near... it's time to face... the season finale... Season Two, you've been a blast and chock full of contemporary, inspirational, global female women. Here we recap our highlights and lowlights of the season, as well as the books we've found ourselves coming back to. Plus a preview of what to expect in Season Three!

Thank you so much to you, our lovely listeners, for joining us on our journey throughout this season. We love you and will see you VERY soon.

Music: Upbeat Funk - Infraction, Smith the Mister - Floating

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