Part II explores seminal food and music experiences both Bob and Molly cherish. They agree that these experiences involve more than just great food/music – something special that is strongly connected to who they were when they experienced such an event. They also agree that their respective multicultural upbringing has had a profound role in shaping these experiences. The discussion moves to her senior recital which she had been planning for years. In addition to performing music written by several of the composers mentioned in Part I, she also performed Corporel by Vinko Globokar. She calls the recital one of the happiest moments of her life. As for her future having recently graduated from Juilliard, she wants to continue her eclectic and entrepreneurial ways and help expand the percussion repertoire. A free flowing discussion about how Bob and Molly got into music eventually leads to an agreement that musical experiences, both as a spectator and as a performer, can be very spiritual experiences even without a religious context.