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Opaline Sparkling Pinot Noir Brut Rose

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:05 min | Last week

Opaline Sparkling Pinot Noir Brut Rose

"Dave from cheap WINE FINDER DOT COM A. Day would get a wine from. Trader Joe's. And, it's a summer cooler. It's Kinda. Kinda cool, let me get the bottle so I can read. It's open line. You know no wire sparkling. Abreu. That says seven ninety nine. French bubbly. Piano wire. That's basically all we know about about. Usually French wine. They're really into the place. You know it's gotTa. Be Language or Town or That this one is brought to France. Doesn't tell you much anything Made it, you don't know where it's from anything that's from France. What it looks pretty, it's got. The bottle! US prison up and it's got most cooled. Shapes, to kind of like the winds from as from vence. What else do you need? This is the opinion Nuwara bubbly. Rosaiah onto. Route, which means it's not so sweet dry so heck. Not. Knowing where it's from isn't a big deal, and it's seven ninety nine sip. It Tastes Good it's not complex. What you did up. Front is what you get all the way through the wine, but what you get up fronts pretty good. Don't really complain about you know that it's not. Layered and at a o'clock sand. If you put enough, chill on it and this is really. A summer chiller. Cold bast flavors. So You're not really. Going to really chill down. You don't want champagne. You don't want something expensive. because. You're losing half the experience. So this is perfect for. Stick it in the freezer half hour for you drank. This good looks good. It's cheap. From France! What else do you want I mean? The label doesn't tell you anything extra gotTA. PODCAST longer one. Coming up pretty, soon. How to read a wine label or more likely why? You can't figure out anything from Wine Label. This wine tells you nothing. I usually have pretty good luck with trader Joe's. Sparkling wines import wines, even the. Even their American ones. And I'm happy with this one cold Keep it. These kind of acidity that As you reaching for another sip before you even know it, which is Kinda what it's supposed to do so this is a French bubbly new wide group. That does what it's supposed to do. Looks good tastes, Great. That's okay with me. I, wish I knew more about it, which I know who made I wish. I knew where it was from. I. Wish I knew if it was the traditional method for the sharp nothing. You're the Talian to the French method. It's kind of got a used thing, so maybe it's got some form of a traditional nothing I don't know. These lower prices. You normally get the. Sean that nothing the large brush rise tank from station. But either way at this price he you. You don't ask too many questions. Sometimes, it's just nice to know what you're drinking. And it's trader. Joe's a blind. Are Sparkling Pinot Noir. Roseanne Summer Cooler. Good. Looks Good. Nick. What more do you? I can't think of anything more than you tonight. It's ninety degrees, and it's at night and. The, going down fine,

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Oysters, Clambakes and Grilling Run Amok

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:16 min | Last week

Oysters, Clambakes and Grilling Run Amok

"Omar welcome to milk street. Thank you, thank you for having me It's great to have you Let's talk about your popup dinners. A called honeysuckle. Could you just describe what you serve and what the pop ups are like? The honeysuckle. It's a concept that uses food as the nucleus to explore various ideas of nuances of blackness in America specifically. And I say America specifically because. Black people in this country have. Quite quite quite the hurdle in our search identity in that many of us can't trace back our heritage. More than two grandparents ago and what a what tends to happen at least in my experience as a bike person, this country is that. People will ask me. Hey, where are you from? What is your nationality? But if I tell them that I'm just a black person, from Philadelphia, and that I'm American. That's kind of where the conversation stops. You know Africans and West Indians have a heritage. They have a flag Michael. tweet talks a lot about having a flag and his book, the cooking teen and having a flag like if you point towards the flag of Jamaica. What do you think of food? Wise? You think of oxtail. You think of rice and peas when you tell someone that you're an African American, most people only ever associate that with pain and then stereotypes. Under the American flag. So honeysuckle to me is. ME. Generating a flag for myself. It's not it's not just pain. Pain is pain as always there, but there were plenty of joys as well. You write poetry and you were to poem. Call folger's which. I of read fifteen times since I. So, could you just read that? Because I I'm not gonNA. Read your poem. You're GonNa have to read your. Sure folders soldiers is is one of my favorite ones I don't write love. poems often, but. Can we have coffee. I mean like really. Can we put down our words and swallow our breasts and hints of Cocoa Cinnamon and clove. Can I stare into your Brown eyes while the do of God washes over your face by our window next to the lips. Disturbs spoons course in our hearts, just black. Don't sugar neither. Only you and silk from Madrid to toews. FRIZZ, baby hairs and a t shirt. That now belongs to us. Can we have it until it's done. Can we fill our empty coffee bean with Greece Double Fryer chicken forever? Fabulous, Really I'm really glad that you like that bomb. Could you just? Explain a little bit about it. Yeah, But I'm not sure if you remember the commercial, the best part of waking up as folger's in your cup. And people who are in a relationship, the person that you love is the best part of Waking Up. When you when you wake up and you, you see that person next to you. and so in this in this poem, the car the coffee the STIMULI IS IS PARTNER You've had a very successful career. You ended up doing these pop ups. Something really believed in now. You're essentially back home. In Philadelphia you say there isn't much in my room, but a mattress leaning Bookshelf Eucalyptus plant that I found in a public flowerpot. It's Blue Gray and brings joy when the days are down so. What happens next you know? I, wrote the and I know soundly somber I think. The the communist comes from everything coming to a screeching halt, it was huge full. Stop at around March fifteenth when when I moved to Philadelphia, but all the. Things that I was doing prior to this pandemic. Was All leading me back to Philadelphia, and so I'm I'm in the place where I'm supposed to be. What's next is what I WANNA do is open. honeysuckle here the art that I do create. Speaks to the African American community and I would like to spread that over several different. Avenues such as a grocer, a coffee space, and still do dinners, but have it be a community center. The idea in the past was to open honeysuckle downtown, but What I want to do now is bring down to hood like that's. I would love to see the economy spread outward into into the pockets of those who need it. If you look forward five or ten years. In take a best case scenario. What would you like to see happen as a result of what we're going through now? What would be the best case for you? In terms of community or the way people think about food and culture. Restaurants were never about food. And I think that people. Don't understand that restaurants were always about people people I that needed food. So if we can. Start looking at that again. Everything else will fall into

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Making Nathans Famous

Household Name

05:01 min | Last week

Making Nathans Famous

"Decided to even out his it, he's got its July, fourth, two thousand hundred. The Sun is beating down on the corner of Surf. Instill will avenues. We're in Coney Island. New York that legendary playground with its beach and boardwalk in my favorite, the cyclone, this huge wooden roller coaster, thousands of people are packed together is locked on a bright blue stage from five four three. We are off for the one hundred. Of the Nathan's famous hotdog, eating contest Joey Chestnut Amanda Pete. If you follow the world of competitive or at least the annual hotdog eating contest, you probably know the name Joey Chestnut. Athlete Nans. Legend he's dominated the scene for more than ten years. Just take it from the reporters at ESPN has changed the game because of his dedication physically. Chest. Taken up. In Our What's? Flow is much more. This is what chestnut does for a living. He trains for this. He's made hundreds of thousands of dollars stuffing his face with food. Chicken Wings shrimp cocktail, glazed donuts and this year. It looks like it's paying off joey chest. With seventy seconds left and sixty five hotdogs and buns. No starts Jordan right now. He's the go go. The people are starting to call other great. The like Michael. Jordan is Joey Basketball Brady Joey of football after ten minutes of intense gut busting competition. It's no surprise who wins. It's A. Dozen Twelve at night. Thanks for the twelfth time, Chestnut will take home. The Grand Prize from Nathan's famous hot dog, eating contest, the mustard belt, and on the fourth of July. What could be more all American than the hotdog? From business insider? This is brought to you by. Brand, given crush brands stories you. Don't I'm Charlie grooming? McDonalds! People Fire Up. Do Brill's for Classic Summer Barbecue. We take a look inside that most mysterious of meets the hotdog. What's inside is the stuff of legend, but when it comes to one in particular, the one sold at Nathan's famous, it's got a lot to do with America underdogs and huckster international rivalries and good old fashioned American dreams the good, the bad and the ugly of this country stuff through me grinder organs and all. Today producer Julia press checks out the hot dog stand and the country that she did. Stay with us. Each fourth of July, as fireworks light up the night sky, red, white and blue flags fly overhead Americans scarf down hotdogs, one hundred and fifty million of them to be exact. That's if you take the national hot dog and Sausage Council at its word, but like most American traditions. In fact like America itself, the hot dog is what it is because of immigrants, and it really made its name. Thanks to one man in particular. Here's producer Julia Press. Nathan's famous hot dogs was started by one Guy Nathan hand worker. He's not alive anymore, so I spoke to his grandson. My grandfather had no schooling whatsoever. You didn't spend one day in his life. In a school Lloyd hand worker has made a documentary and a book about Nathan's famous and the story of the guy who started. Mazen, hand worker was. Extremely poor immigrant from Poland who lived the American dream? He was one of thirteen kids. They were extremely poor. To add. When he was growing up. Only you know how to add two plus two Nathan. Story is about as classic as they come as a kid back in Poland. He'd worked in a bakery for a couple of years and he'd learned that food service jobs were pretty smart. Move if you didn't WANNA. Go hungry so when he arrived in New York in nineteen twelve. Is this right and nineteen year old? He Got A. A job as a dishwasher at a restaurant in the city called Max's busy, he learn English and maxes by repeating what the customer said, basically just hearing what they said, and just trying to repeat it without even knowing what it meant soon, he started working weekends as a role slicer at a place called Feldman's this enormous restaurant on the coney island boardwalk, even back then coney island was the sort of urban escape. For the cost of just a subway ride, immigrants could get away from the tenements of the industrializing city and find themselves at a beach, an amusement parks. Many of them set up small businesses. They're hoping to make it big. Dog Is an immigrant foot, right? Immigrants sold lamb grits. Bruce Crag is an emeritus Professor at Roosevelt University who specializes in food history in particular, the history of the Hotdog, the earliest written evidence we have for his from New York Cody.

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Olia Hercules Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:14 min | Last week

Olia Hercules Recipe

"Hi, my name is only Hercules. Chef and author from Ukraine and eleven London, one of my favorite Ukrainian recipes that I founded in nineteen o five Ukrainian cookbook is burnt aubergine on toast with tomatoes and garlic, and it's a very easy to prepare. Just grab a couple of aubergines if you can cook them over a barbecue all for the better, but you also you can blister over stove or in the oven until they're really nicely soft. You take the skin off. Don't worry for a little bit of skin remains in edit it all adds to flavor, and then while the opposition is still warm, you just mash with fork and then add north of. Of, really good butter, so they of become buttery aubergines is just such a thing, and then the way that you assembled this dishes, you take a piece of really good bread, and you've lost it or even fry it as well or grill it, and then take a little bit of garlic cuts it in half, and rub it all over the edges of the toast, and then take a really nice and ripe tomato, and almost do what the Spanish do. Respond contemplate so you just robbed the tomato over the toast and then talk with your buttery aubergine. It's one of my top recipes. The some of her show.

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Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

03:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,

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Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

"David Welcome back to. thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here, so your latest book is about drinking French, and it covers among other things, para teeth. The French have a very different meaning associated with that word. What is para? It's not just the cocktail. Well a para chief. It's the time of day between when you're done working and when you're going to have dinner, it's kind of a transition time you know the word comes from the Latin. You know to open up it sort of mentor. Open up your appetite for dinner, but in France also people eat late the alcohol. These cocktails appear Atif are not supposed to be like a sturdy American cocktail with three ounces of alcohol so. So, just describe what therefore and what they're like well a lot of the Pera tapes that we that we associate with France such as do bony lillay variously were health tonics had quinine in them, which one distiller told me goes it. That was the CBD of the Eighteen Ninety S. it was quite everybody wanted quinine. They used to have much higher alcohol content, and then they lowered the alcohol down, so they were more drinkable. Ice Cubes in them and so forth. And I think some of that might have been modeled after pestis. When that became popular, everyone was sort of leisurely drinking list drank adding to this class over the course of several hours. You talk about cafes a lot and you say I often referred to cafes. Is The living rooms of Paris? Everyone's welcome to gather there whether you're spent the night sweeping. The streets are working the streets. How does that play into this whole story about drinking and apparent teves well people? It's hard to underestimate the importance of a French cafe to a French person. I was I was in Italy a few years ago and I was like where all the cafes and there are cafes, but it not like Paris where there's like five on every block, just wanted every corner, French equal, or so into being convivial with their friends, meeting their friends, and they use cafes, not just somewhere to get a drink, but it's really somewhere to spend time. It's sort of like your home away from home. Well. We spoken about this before. But the you talk a lot about the French are really good at doing nothing in particular, but really enjoying the moment, and that plays into your whole book drinking from Yes. Yes. I I'm somebody that always has to be doing something and I really had to dial down my you know my own expectations of of my ability to just you know, turn off in. Just sit somewhere and be. Newsy and French verb to be. and. You know it's taken me a couple of years actually I can do it. I can go to a cafe and do nothing, but it's hard. I usually have to bring a book with me or I bring my laptop. But the French are very you go to cafes in. Someone's just sitting there for like three hours. And they're thinking about stuff. which is something that I aspire to? Let's talk about specific drinks you right? I marveled at the barrels of wine, left in the open Mediterranean air to intentionally oxidized became vermouth. I didn't know. vermouth is oxidized wine I. I thought it was wine. Our alcohol flavored with herbs and some other things you know all these things were the same to me. There were a lot of discoveries you know I always felt like. Like I know Vermouth, it's a it's a wine fortified aromatized wine with herbs and spices in it, and then I went. I went down to Marcel Annoy Lee Pratt vermouth is made, and they had thousand barrels outside, and they said yes. That's the flavor of our vermouth. The wine used to come from Spain on boats, and it got oxidized, and we wanNA keep that going. So, learning about what makes all these things different and interesting such as oxidizing wine intentionally for a year in the open air, give it a little saltiness and age. Surly the point, my life where I think a little saltiness in which is. Pretty pretty good I'm all for that, I'm making my living being salty in aged. At this point you and me both. You also mention a drink which you like. Call the long hello. Could you talk about that? Because that really appeal to me, but I love the name that was invented by a bar man called Damian Bolt. WHO has a bar? Really Great Bar in Brooklyn called Grand Army, and he came up with this cocktail, which has calvados in Apple Brandy from Normandy and then elder flower liqueur, and then you top the glass office, Champagne and a little nutmeg. And what's interesting about the French is they often say Oh, you should never defile wine or champagne like. Do not put ice in it do not. All these rules, and then there's all these drinks like the Kiro. The basically that you champagne as a base you know and they you add stuff to it. It's interesting because years ago, I went to a champagne dinner. With the owner of the most prestigious Champagne House and he said to me, you're better off putting an ice cube in a glass of champagne than drinking a warm glass of champagne. So. What's the difference between entertaining and France versus entertaining here in the states? Okay well. Actually read an article once for Ex pats about how to get used to going to a fringe party, because Americans are usually boisterous and lively, and are moving around and meeting people and having fun. Where's the French are more into discussions, so it's a different atmosphere. I, often joke like I've never been to an American dinner party. Where English grammar has come up as a point of discussion and debate and I think every French dinner party I've been to. Someone has brought up something about the French language people. Say Oh, you know you use the past participle of at, and it should be the imperfect. But my partners French and he told me he goes. You need to smile more. Oh. Tell! You don't smile and Paris because they'll know. You're American I was like I'm trying to look more friend. She's like you need to smile more. David Lee evinces outdone the French. David, it's been a real pleasure. Thank you for coming back to monster. Yes, it's always a pleasure to talk to you next time I see you. I think we should have a cocktail or two pair of teeth. Thanks David Bye bye.

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Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"This day from cheap wine fighter dot com again and we're GONNA. Talk about why we did a full review on the cheap wine, five dot com website for a one one of my favorites. This with teeth bourgeois. Saab, Yom blocked from on rabies a Joie. From, the Lord, Valley and I love Laura Valley. Sauvignon blocks favorite one to a tasting long time ago, even be four New Zealand became a thing. And it was just bad tactic. I loved it and. Even though this isn't from the fancy places, this is not sincere. Or however you that pronounced. Fancy places I've this is just the regular. They call this their entry crude they. Family Bourgeois has been in lower valley continuously. They say sometimes it doesn't happen for ten generations, which is a long long time specializing Soviet block and feeling you're. So. They know what they're talking about and. I don't know. Says the. WHO's wild bottle? It says in the back that doesn't mean much. Though family! Was Wise probably ones made it, and so you know there's all these legally things and plus their websites as I, G P. De la. OBE. Level below the. AFC wines. The government regulated wines, but the wine label says it's table wine, which is the bottom thing? So. I hate wine labeling. It doesn't tell you anything, but this is from people who are making wine in the area, making this kind of wine for generations. I love the stuff. I went to a wine tasting and it tastes like sunshine bottles smells great to taste. And every time I tell people I love. Laura Valley Savvy unblocking Oh. Yes, I'm crazy about sincere. No No, no, it's like. The regular stuff you don't need the. Really Good I'm not complain about San Sear. But. That's all you ever hear about you know. Get the regular ten dollars stuff. It's hard to find. You can go to any grocery store and find a New Zealand, Soviet, block and probably stuff from the central coast of California, and maybe even chilly, and what have you? Try to find a valley ten dollar twelve dollar. This was ten ninety nine sale. You can't it's. Amazingly good so. Because, it's got that kind of a city. That kind of makes you take a SIP. You don't want to go, you know. vitas graphic drink. They don't think. That's a good. Thought not that thing thinking all that important when you're drinking. Whatever? Here. We go, so this is. Every day. Saab Yom Block. This is the kind of wine that people in France drink fits. If it's eleven dollars here, it might be a couple of bucks cheaper. They're. Going to blow out your budget, and this is this, is it? This is great. Taste doesn't have that the spiky thing you'd get from. New Zealand Samuela. Flay or spikes, which is actually kind of appealing Ben. Can't complain about that is that is kind of what's cool about? New Zealand soviet-bloc. This kind of got. More. Smoother all encompassing thing going on just the knows is beautiful flavors rate. It's just easy to SIP. You want to keep drinking it. Really this my favorite you know can of. This is one. The first Lower Valley Sabi on blocks written about and we've been doing. Cheap wine finder for. Eleven years. That's kind of like the point where. Going to the grocery store to buy Saab Block now. I'm going to have to go find. A good wine shopping leg fight my way through the sand sears every be jumping out at you and just trying to find a good simple everyday savvy on blind.

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Heinz Beck

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Heinz Beck

"And welcome to food neighborhoods, Son monocle twenty four I articles hate. During the epidemic we continue the show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself suspending Simon's home. We do follow suit. Stay beat more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear from Heinz Beck. Who Run subur-, Lapeer Gula restaurant in Rome. Hello my name is Hans Spec I'm here to give you an very easy. Italian recipe of automaker, beautiful pasta with fish. What do you need for this recipe? Very simple, a little bit of Sakina, red, bell peppers whitefish and little bit of white wine, and of course beautiful Spaghetti Pasta. would. We have to do is cooking the bell peppers indio. Sprinkling before a little bit with exclusive, Ching olive oil cooking till the skin is not becoming talk, remove the skin and you're cutting the. Purpose in long slices the same you're doing with the to Keeney, only the green powder, so it would give a beautiful calling into your past the red and the green, the white like the Talian flack. Before you have to prepare a little bit of officials, stock this you're doing gleaning in the fish, and with the bones with a little bit of which tables Carrot Celery, a little bit of on that little bit of tomato. You make a small little fish stock. And then you are cooking. You'll pasta the pasta your cooking. Boiling salt water slightly salted water in the meantime. You're cutting the fish fillet in. Long slices as well. You season at the little bit of Salt, a little bit of oil. You heat up the pen and you put this fish into the pan without aiding up the oil because oil with around the fish is enough salty for few seconds, and then you will not have additional burning oil in the pan. Eight of the wet you tables then two minutes before the end of the cooking time you will remove for the speedy from the water, the salt water you put in the Pan adding a little bit of the fish stock and cooking, the rest of cooking time together with the pastor, so the together with the fish richer tables, so the pasta will a. Soap all the flavors, the end, a little bit of personally the chauffeur, white wine and little bit of olive oil.

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Yewande Komolafe's Nigerian Kitchen

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Yewande Komolafe's Nigerian Kitchen

"Right now it's my interview with your. Juande LAFI. She's a chef. Recipe developer, also a food stylist who grew up in Nigeria and now lives in Brooklyn. A recent feature for the New York Times. Come Lafi collected her ten essential Nigerian recipes. She's also the creator of the Dinner Series My immigrant food is which she runs out of her own kitchen. You one day welcome to milk street. Thank you for having me. Let's talk about like us for a second. Could you just give us a walking tour? What does it look like? Where do you see on? The street is a street food. Just give us a sense of the place it's it's a bustling city. It's colorful. It's crowded. There's traffic. There's all kinds of smells coming from the street food there's. A street puffer and ensue. Use the. Grill. Grill beef or goat. Puff puff is the fried dough, but yeah, it's it's very much alive. It's very colorful and actually I I live in Brooklyn right now and live in new. York and that's one of the things drew me to New York has has the city felt alive in the same way that Laos does. If if you and I cooked together, we what are some of the things would learn from you. I think the layering of flavors and spices is. Something that sticks out to me about Nigerian food. It could seem like a lot going on, but they all play very well together and. When it hits your palate, it doesn't overwhelm your palate and I think that in itself is a very specific technique that you can add smoked fish and. Little dried crayfish and you can add Lucas being all of which are really heavy flavors on their own, but you could add it to one dish. It doesn't overwhelm the dish anyway. They all just kind of play well together so I think that the the style in which the flavors are layered. Is a very specific thing. you mentioned in the piece near? Times you had some essential recipes, you talk about the white bread. That was surprising to me because it sounded like kind of wonderful something I mean it is kind of like wonderful. So what's the story with that? I mean so. I gave bread. The name to me is in itself a story, so the name comes from this huge bakery that existed in a very particular part of legos called Ikey, and it was everywhere growing up it was you know it? It would come to your house. House, actually because people would hawk it on the street, and I remember it being just so tender and soft, and it's it's kind of like wonder bread, but it wasn't sliced, and so to get it slice with like a special thing, and I think it's also really heavy because it, it's used as a vehicle for a lot of our soups and stews into that memory to me that like it's this big hunk of read. That's like really heavy just sticks out to me your dinner series. My immigrant food is tell us about the. So my dentist series is something that came out of My desire to explore my cuisine I had always cooked in restaurants I'd never really cooked Nigerian food, and so dinners gave me an opportunity to cook and share Nigerian food, and also tell the story of my immigration story, but also share the story of Other people who have immigrated to this country, so what is your immigrants or in other words? If you were to summarize, which is impossible, the nature of that story? What what is that story? A very condensed version is I I feel like I've always been an immigrant i. was born in Berlin moved back to Lagos with my parents, and my family moved to the US at sixteen to go to college and I've been in the US ever since, but also within that time I lost my. Student status here and stayed on without paperwork, and so I lived here undocumented for about ten years, and so in that time I wasn't able to go back to Nigeria, and now I am I got married, and they've been able to go back to Nigeria and so the dinner started out of a desire to be close to a place where I felt distance from.

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New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

Inside Trader Joe's

05:06 min | 3 weeks ago

New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

"I'm Miller director of words and phrases and clauses at trader. Joe's and I'm Matt Sloan. The Marketing Product Guy. This is going to be our shortest episode of inside trader Joe's ever, but remember it's quality that counts not quantity. We have so many new products coming in, and we know that customers love getting a heads up on new products, and why not a short episode? It's just about that right. You've heard used that phrase coming in. Okay, so coming in is short for coming into the store. We've just left out the preposition phrase. We want to give you a little bit of a shopping list that you can go into the store thinking about. There's something about summertime and scooping ice cream into a cone, and just sort of letting drip down I. Don't know there's I love that so new and in stores now organic sugar cones their classic sugar cone. There are nice size. Those waffle cones previously delicious and a little unwieldy. They were very large sea put like a half of a court of ice, cream and Philips to these are right-sized We got rid of the Styrofoam inner packaging. So it's great product. I'm excited for those and there's twelve in a box. A Lot's been made recently meatless products right. Pro Team Patty kind like Burger. That's been getting a lot of great attention and we have now in stores in the refrigerated section. We call it a Turkey lous protein patty. These are great. I'm going to I'm going to serve these with a brand new salad kit that we have which is a lemony, a Aruba Basil Salad Kit it's bright. I love a Regula, but the bright lemon acidity kinda counters, a little bit of the bitterness Great Combo with that Turkey Lewis Patty. Yeah and I'm really surprised, just overall. How much that Turkey lists protein patty tastes like a Turkey Burger. We have two products that are kind of like bread or Tortilla replacements. One is a cauliflower, thin, and one is a Hickam Arab. There's so many things being made with cauliflower now right, so why not make something? You could roll up your luncheon to or or make a breakfast burrito out of or something like that? The one that I'm fascinated by which right now I don't think. Think is available in every store. The Hickam wraps 'cause. It's literally just very thinly sliced Hickama that looks like a corn. Tortilla has fifteen calories and three grams of carbs in two wraps, and so for somebody who's looking at those things whose like watching carbs, and who still wants to be able to eat things sort of like sandwich, or like a Taco or like a Burrito. Cruel product. To other in-store new treaty things one sweet one savory, our baton wafer cookies, Vanilla chocolate. We have a lemon variety so lemon baton wafer cookie in that cylindrical canister, just great like a lemon cream kind of crunchy cookie you. You could even stick it in the ice cream that is scooped into your ice cream cone. Yeah, there's probably twice as tall as the cone itself, so you'd have an architectural element as well which is like fancy dining. The Nouveau cuisine ice cream cone at. At the other end of the flavor spectrum we have spicy Salami chips. Don't let that chips word fool you because these are in the refrigerator section, right? It's just Salami, but it's given a little bit of a treatment. Not dissimilar from those baked cheese bites my memory of those from when we had them at the tasting panel was they were incredibly credible. Just I wanted to keep going back and getting more okay. Nice light summer logger, fantastic pairing with those little sloppy chips. would be good. Let's move into some things that have not yet arrived, but are coming soon sometime between now and the end of the summer, the corn cookie baking mix like the best part of Corn Bread, and the best, just sort of really simple sugar cookie, and putting those two things together, but in a suite cookie. That's not overly sweet I believe. We spoke about this in the chocolate. Chocolate episode, but we have that almond beverage chocolate bar coming out right, think of milk chocolate made with dairy milk. This is made with almond beverage and eats just like a classic, rich, creamy, sweet chocolate bar well, and I'm not somebody who avoids dairy at all for any reason, but this is one of the best tasting sort of milk chocolate bars I've ever had. In my life, even though it doesn't have milk in it. Oh a couple of really interesting health and beauty products that we have coming in. We have a strawberry hand, cream and strawberries sugar scrub coming in probably middle of June. End of

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The Aldi Haul Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:46 min | 3 weeks ago

The Aldi Haul Episode

"Hey everyone, it's me Lisa. Lillian also known as hungry girl. It's good to be here for another episode of the Hungry Girl Podcast Aka to the right thing today I am very excited because we are doing another hall I love. I'm getting used to these halls where I I go shopping and then I drop things at your house guys, do you? Do you love it? It's the best you're better than INSTA- cart because you actually come up with things that we didn't even know we wanted. I'm better than INSTA- cart because I don't try to replace whole wheat flour with cocoa puffs, which is what they? Feel bad, though this is like instant art, we're not tipping her. Yeah and O F Y I paid for everything. So then there's also. Today this week I went to all D. do you say all your algae? I say aldy all. He's doing a halfway thing all it also works out better, because then it's a hall. Aldy Hall Haldi your exactly. That is what we are doing today. It's all the hall. And I had never actually set foot in an all deep before last week. When I went shopping, and it was interesting, it's like I had heard about it. I know it's like a sister store to trader Joe's I did not know what to expect. I know Mikey. You warned me you said. Bring a quarter which I. Forgot to do so I had to. Find a way to get a quarter to get a card because you need to like, give a quarter deposit to get a cart, and I think a lot of the people were confused because they were like. Do I have to pay for a car? And then the woman that worked there was like yes, but I was like. No, you get it back I was butting in anyway. The store itself was interesting. It's like a smart and final meets like a dollar tree. Is that a? Is that a fair assessment? It is, but I feel like well. Certain file has good. I mean the quality's just exceptional of why smartandfinal. No of the products that all D. O. Dollar Tree? I don't think I've high value well I. Mean I don't think high quality. Okay I think that may be a misperception, because like a lot of the stuff at the dollar store believe or not there like all of your favorite companies make specific products that are dollar store versions of that product. I understand you're saying it's. Option. But you know what made to me. All feel a little cheap and I'm going to say this. It's like when you go to trader Joe's. You feel like there are magical trader, Joe's ferries, making your magical traderjoes in all the concoctions, and all their cute names, and at all de everything looks like the brand you think it is, and it's just slightly off like one of the problems we have today. It's fiber now. Instead of five one show like fiber one brand new. Walk down the aisles and you're like wait. Is that no those race? Christie no and everything looks almost a little like it. which to me makes it feel cheap well. Yeah, I know what you mean like. That's specialness of trader. Joe's like the innovators in creating, and this is just kind of like. They had someone draw something from memory and put it on the box. Yes, but that being said I do I agree I think the quality of. Of the stuff at least the last time we tried, it was phenomenal. I have very high hopes for a lot of these products. When I was shopping I, was searching for things that people told US existed at all that I should find I didn't find many of those, but I found a lot of other things that I thought were intriguing in their own right for specific reasons like we. We'll get into it and I'm excited about that, but. Before we do. What are you have Mike any news. This is pretty cool. Duncan is selling donut inspired facemasks. Okay, so three dollars of every facemask is going to go to a charity to help support health and Hungary leave for children and underserved communities, the master, only ten bucks each, and so three of that goes to charity. I sent you a picture lease. I don't know if you saw them, but the pretty cool looking. And can also share a of them on the page or and the link to buy them where you can go to shop Dunkin Dot Com. Yeah, they're really cute. They're so cute like they're the pink and Orange Dunkin colors, and they look like half doughnuts with sprinkles I think they're adorable. They just need a little slit in the middle, so you could actually eat your doughnut while wearing the math. If you're interested in these act fast because there are four different prints and one of them's already sold out. And, actually the the least exciting one the logo. Yeah Yeah I don't want that can donis employ. Dunkin donuts employees about those probably. Ones with the with the half donuts on them or the sprinkles.

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Dig for Victory

Gastropod

06:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Dig for Victory

"To get to today's urban gardens, let's go back in time to the founding of the US, there were certainly major cities Philadelphia New York Boston, but it wasn't. Until the eighteen hundreds that more and more people move to cities and urban ization in the US really got underway. These are people who would have grown almost all their own food before, but now they live in a city. They can buy food at the market. So how many of them kept up gardening in their new urban homes? A lot of food production went on. On within city boundaries well through the start of the twentieth century, there were lots and lots of urban livestock, because people were raising pigs and cows and chicken for food within city limits anesthesia day as a historian at the University of Delaware, and she's working on a PhD about Victory Gardens. It's only really during the city, Beautiful Movement and the progressive era that city start passing ordinances that actually outlawed these forms of local food production in the name of cleanliness and sanitation and middle-class standards of respectability, because only poor people grow their. Their own food. The city beautiful movement was big deal during the eighteen nineteen in one thousand, nine hundred wealthy urbanites, all this rural migration and immigration, and of course, the rising inequality and poverty and tenements in their cities, and they were not happy. They tried to clean the city up. They built big boulevards and parks with monumental fountains, and eventually they also introduced strict zoning laws and chickens and vegetable patches were not part of these new beautiful cities urban agriculture. Something poor people needed. It had to go some cities overtime had already. Already banned maybe the animals in the streets, or even keeping certain animals within city limits, but this really solidified during the city, beautiful movement city started to enact ordinances that said no farm animals in the city at all and no front yard vegetables, either meanwhile the poor had more pressing concerns than how the city looked frequently, when bad harvests and economic fluctuations raised food prices, they could not get to eat. There were dozens of major food riots in American cities throughout the eighteen hundreds. The first urban gardening movement starts in eighteen ninety. Ninety three in the town of Detroit, because of this panic of eighteen, ninety three, there were lots of panics. In those days, the stock market was very new, very volatile and long story short, suddenly, basically overnight, forty three percent of detroiters are unemployed in what had been a booming city and the Mayor Hazel S Pingree I has to find some way to answer. The cries of his constituents. So what he does is, he starts the first urban farming movement, which is ironically happening at the same time that many productive activities within the. The city are being outlawed. In other cities, urban leaders didn't want farms in their cities, but they also didn't want riots, and so letting poor people groza food on vacant land was seen as an acceptable temporary band aid in times of shortages. The Detroit plan was called the potato, patch plan and it had pretty impressive results by eighteen, ninety, six seventeen hundred families were farming more than four hundred acres in the city, and there are letters there from local detroiters writing into mayor Pingree, saying you so much I was able to grow. Grow Food for my family and lots of the people that wrote in. It's heartbreaking, because these letters are hardly legible there in broken English. Many of them were recent, German and Polish immigrants who were taking advantage of this program to grow foods dot connected them to their home as well as to feed their families. The Potato Patch program was seen as a success, but it was never meant to be permanent in less than a decade when economic situation in Detroit started to improve urban farms kind of petered out until the next big. Big Crisis, which was World War, one, the city beautiful movement had stamped out urban gardening the Detroit potato patches were gone, but suddenly there was a huge need both for food, and for kind of coming together in a patriotic sense. At least that's how Charles lay through peck sought. He was a lumber baron from New Jersey and early on in the days of the European conflict. He wrote the US government and said people should be reason. Food would help them contribute to the war help stock shortages, and the USDA promptly said Sir. We've got better ideas going here for better uses of fertilizer and seed supplies so thanks for your input and no thanks Charles hadn't made his fortune by taking no for an answer, so he took that Fortuna and started a Liberty Garden Movement himself, and he quickly found a whole group of rich people who wanted to join him in getting Americans. Gardening again to support the war Charles and his friends created a movement. There were Liberty Gardens. Gardens on Boston Common, and in Union Square in New York and big corporations like Eastman Kodak and General Electric set aside land at their factories for employees to grow and boy scouts even had a garden at Grover Cleveland's Childhood Home in New Jersey. Even the government caught the Liberty Garden fever, and they created a school program to teach budding young home farmers how to grow food and support. The soldiers was actually one of the first nationally. Nationally promoted curricula in the country, the Liberty Garden Movement seemed to really catch the public imagination. However, there was no infrastructure for collecting numbers. The only source we have is Charles Lathrop pack himself wrote a book called the war garden victorious in one, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen, and he claims that the movements sponsored five million gardens which time when there were just over six million actual professional farmers in the US is kind of impressive but remember. Remember Charles is our only source for this number and he might have been biased. It's really incredibly hard to say, but despite its holds on the national imagination, it had nowhere near the impact of world. War Two Gardens in terms at share mount of produce ground, sheer numbers of people participating sheer difference it made in the global war effort, and that's probably why you listeners at least in the US you don't use the Term Liberty Garden. Gardens you probably say victory garden.

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The Trader Joes Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

05:01 min | Last month

The Trader Joes Haul

"Hey everyone. It's me Lisa Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am here very excited with Mikey and Jamie is. Excited to be here with us. Yes, I'm so excited for several reasons one. I probably sound a little more clear right now because we have new fancy schmancy audio capabilities so I probably sound a little more like I'm next. You guys on thinking that. I'm as happy as I would be. Next year. And I'm also excited because this episode. Wait for it. It's our first hall in months. And not gas any hall. No, it's a trader Joe's hall and I actually I slept trader. Joe's I bought a bunch of stuff. And then what did I do I? Left it on your doorstep. It was the best surprise delivery ever. We didn't know what you guy. We just knew there was a bag of traderjoes. Yeah so we've got a whole bunch of stuff to taste, which is super exciting, because not that I. Don't love the podcast that we do, but I'm going to be honest. My favorite ones when we try foods. Are You with me? I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm I pretty excited about them too, and I think the audience loves them I think so too, and today's podcast is also sponsored. Do. You want to know who. You! Two hundred who it's also. I already know, but it's a great sponsor, so tell us wait. You already know Jamie, you really blueberries. Today's podcast is sponsored by a bean boom. I love that name, but are being about a boom so clever. It's really fun to say it is. Let's say that for the next half hour. Being okay I'm. GonNa stop. I'm really annoying I'm GONNA give you. The history of a bean bought a boom. I. I don't know if you guys out there. Know this, but the fantastic people behind enlightened ice cream that ice cream that were obsessed with that we love. They created these crunchy snacks several years ago. They're made from roasted broad beans or fava beans, which I was unfamiliar with believe it or not like. Are you a father of being Fan Norman until I turned? I only knew of them from that movie. fava beans with. The lands exactly well. These are like it's this crunchy snack. That is incredible like they come in one hundred calorie packs. There's like thirteen flavors everything from sweet Saracho, sweet onion, mustard, zesty ranch spicy was sobbing nacho cheese. They even have sweet flavors that are great to you can eat the straight out of the package like instead of like a pretzel or a chip and you know I'm obsessed with like salty. Snacks and their portion controlled and they're loaded with protein. They have fiber. They're good for your. They're all natural there Vegan I don't even know where to stop their amazing. They're D- best. I do not know how they squeeze so much flavor and crunch into those little bits of deliciousness. And like the thing that gets me so excited is whenever there's a product that I love. It's like I personally feel responsible if people are going to invest in buy something and if somebody doesn't love it I'm like wait. You'RE GONNA love it, but in this case I have to say they're running a special that you. It's like too good to be true. You get fifty two bags individual snack bags for twenty, nine, ninety seven. It's under thirty dollars for fifty two bags. You get all the flavors I think it's like four of each flavor. which is incredible, and so it comes out to like sixty cents a bag and they call it the boombox which is. So cute. We put this in our email. The other day and people went absolutely wild, I think they sold like seven hundred and fifty thousand just kidding. They sold Laurie. There's still some left. And it's normally it's normally already a great value. But you hit that twenty nine dollar mark with the forty percent off hungry girl, special right right. Yes, and they have to use code hungry forty hungry forty, so people go to being snacks, dot com, or you can go to Hungary Dash, go dot, com slash food cast when you see that link for the boombox use code, hungry forty and get free shipping and forty percent off, which is so cool, yeah? So, so good and I have to tell you Lisa. Do you know what my favorite uses for about you I bet you could guess for about about him. Probably has to do with lettuce towers so. It's like I can't even. It's just the flavor that it brings in the crunch. It's like croutons times a thousand. I agree with you, but my favorite uses just like stuffing them in my face. Dreamy which flavor do you go to? The I think. Is there a barbecue one? You want rbq. That's my favorite. That's my. Saracho. I Nelson like the sweet cinnamon on Yogurt on Greek yogurt. It's like I. I can't even it's so good.

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Bettina Campolucci Bordi

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:37 min | Last month

Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Hi. My name is Tina. Company boldy from Tina's kitchen and I am going to talk through outs. Make an amazing omelette recipe. It's a great basic recipe that you can fill with whatever's in season in terms of vegetables, Ole feelings, and it's made out of chickpea flour. Egg Free meaning that is also dairy, free and Vegan. And all you need to have is sixty grams of chickpea, flour or gram flour. You need some bicarbonate of Soda. Hafa teaspoon and you need one teaspoon of Apple Cider, vinegar, and a hundred and twenty five milliliters of water. So all you need to do. Is You need to put all your ingredients into a ball? And the most potent ingredient in this recipe is actually the apple cider vinegar so once he put the apple cider vinegar in with the bicarbonate of Soda. The Pinch of salt. What's going to happen is that you'll. Mixture is GONNA sort of air rate. You're going. See Little Air bubbles, and it's going to be come really light and fluffy exactly as a sort of traditional omelette would become so. So once you've mixed all the mixture together you put it aside, and you heat up small pan with a little bit of olive oil, and once the PAN is heated. You add your omelet mixture into the pan so that you get a even sort of pancake omelettes layer, and what's GonNa Happen is you're gonNA see little air bubbles for at the top of the Omelet and once formed and the mixture sort of dried out a little bit. That's the time when you flip your Armlet, and this is not going to take more than sort of two to three minutes so once you flip it. You just cook it for a couple of minutes, and it's time to fill it. The best thing to do is to put your ready cooked Omelette onto a plate. And then you can fill with different things of a cottage. Cherry tomatoes spinach console today off some cabbage with some tomorrow Soysal since spring onions, so it's basically you can choose any type of Leiva. You can fill it with HAMAS which is recognized as well arrested vegetables and. It got to eat it straightaway, because it's going to be nice and crispy on me outside, and then sort of soft and spongy on the inside at it's delicious as a breakfast as Brunch all as a mentor, dinner and Super Quick and easy to make.

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Bettina Campolucci Bordi

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:37 min | Last month

Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Hi. My name is Tina. Company boldy from Tina's kitchen and I am going to talk through outs. Make an amazing omelette recipe. It's a great basic recipe that you can fill with whatever's in season in terms of vegetables, Ole feelings, and it's made out of chickpea flour. Egg Free meaning that is also dairy, free and Vegan. And all you need to have is sixty grams of chickpea, flour or gram flour. You need some bicarbonate of Soda. Hafa teaspoon and you need one teaspoon of Apple Cider, vinegar, and a hundred and twenty five milliliters of water. So all you need to do. Is You need to put all your ingredients into a ball? And the most potent ingredient in this recipe is actually the apple cider vinegar so once he put the apple cider vinegar in with the bicarbonate of Soda. The Pinch of salt. What's going to happen is that you'll. Mixture is GONNA sort of air rate. You're going. See Little Air bubbles, and it's going to be come really light and fluffy exactly as a sort of traditional omelette would become so. So once you've mixed all the mixture together you put it aside, and you heat up small pan with a little bit of olive oil, and once the PAN is heated. You add your omelet mixture into the pan so that you get a even sort of pancake omelettes layer, and what's GonNa Happen is you're gonNA see little air bubbles for at the top of the Omelet and once formed and the mixture sort of dried out a little bit. That's the time when you flip your Armlet, and this is not going to take more than sort of two to three minutes so once you flip it. You just cook it for a couple of minutes, and it's time to fill it. The best thing to do is to put your ready cooked Omelette onto a plate. And then you can fill with different things of a cottage. Cherry tomatoes spinach console today off some cabbage with some tomorrow Soysal since spring onions, so it's basically you can choose any type of Leiva. You can fill it with HAMAS which is recognized as well arrested vegetables and. It got to eat it straightaway, because it's going to be nice and crispy on me outside, and then sort of soft and spongy on the inside at it's delicious as a breakfast as Brunch all as a mentor, dinner and Super Quick and easy to make.

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Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:10 min | Last month

Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

"Day from blindsided dot com again. and. We got another companion podcasts. We just wrote up for the cheap aligned dot com website where we have a couple. Thousand wine reviews all inexpensive wines the most part. and. This one is kind of an accidental one The Wind we did today. mainly because there's protests even though. The neighborhood isn't exactly the kind of area. You think there should be right in and stuff. All the stores are boarded up and the liquor stores are Kinda looted. At least some of them are the rest are shutdown, and when I went not to get some wine. The only place opened with trader, Joe's which is in bad if you're cheap wine fighter, dot com, we do a lot of trader, Joe's wines if you're looking for inexpensive wines. They are. There could place to go. I think we'll get one of those. podcasts a little later. But. This is a kind of an accident. I was actually going to the store for something else. I was You know we've been that. Lockdown and things are starting to open up and I noticed. The local liquor store had a sale on some Oregon, Pinot Noir. There was under twenty and I was all excited 'cause. Oregon Pinot noirs one of my very favorite things in the world and. I guess Lueders got their first so. We have the what do I have here the Latino. Pinot Noir. PAS The. Twenty, eighteen at six dollars ninety nine cents. Up from trader Joe's from the south of France. The act in Pez the is contained up which is. from the Rhone Valley down to the Spanish border than the pennies. you know the Mediterranean? It's down that way. It's I. G P. Area which. In France? Everything's well regulators AFC and inside those ASC. There's villages in crew in Grand Cru, and now there's there's. There's rules or regulations for everything. been the pass. Is means not as many rules or regulations and been deposited acas Kennel like the place where all the winds from For the regular people who drink wine in France. That's where it Kinda comes from. It's the. It's the regular line for regular people on a place and we get to drink it here for six ninety nine. And now that Kasai bad get into sample wines around the world for jeep. It's Kinda cool if it asked me and this is Pinot Noir. This area is not known for Pinot Noir. But trader Joe's revelation. Pinot noir which has been going after a couple of years, I think that's seven or eight dollars. There's been pretty good for a couple of years. I really liked that one and this for six ninety nine, a Pinot noir for night. There's very few hours. At that price point that are this good? Though personally speaking I would spend a few more bucks. Get ones that are actually you know favorites a mind. This isn't bad at all. This is well worth trying out gonNA take a SIP. Nice Smooth now field has got some Nice Black Cherian some plum and The only thing. I don't like about as much as the spice gets a little bit rough. Just a little bit. And that's me. Being kind of you know picky aspects ninety nine wine. But? like I, said I for for a few bucks more I can. Find pianolas at I really really like so being. That's me but I drink a lot of these things I. write you know the stuff. For cheap wine, fighter dot com

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JJ Johnson, Louis Hunter, and the State of the States

Bon Appetit Foodcast

04:52 min | Last month

JJ Johnson, Louis Hunter, and the State of the States

"JJ, welcome back to the WHO guest our you today. I'm I'm okay. How are you doing all? A little angry at the world. Yeah, happy to have a business and. In been being able to stay open through cove in nineteen, so yeah, the last time you and I saw each other was was march sixth at on Air Fest a podcast festival in Brooklyn. And a week later I feel like the entire world turned upside down. We were hanging out there and everything seemed like it was you know we were talking about vacation where we'll go and things getting cancelled and then. became a real situation for US era in America where. People were getting infected at a super high superhero now people dying hostels, getting overwhelmed and a true a shelter in place. I. Think the first time that. People that were used to. A moving freely had to adjust. We've never had to be told to do something bad extreme. There was hard for a lot of people. and. Let let's talk to you guys as a restaurant providing food for you community up in Harlem to. About today is the last ten weeks. You've weathered as a restaurant owner. And in the past week with the uprisings around the country in the wake of the killings of George Floyd. And Brianna Taylor and I'm an arbitrary You know as a black restaurant owner and a black man. What this past week has been like for you but I guess let's just start off with cove in nineteen. And did you guys stay open entire time to close forbid? How did you manage those waters? I'm not a person that suffers from anxiety. I taught that. There's going to be hard times in life, and you will figure it out in the storage room where I'm sitting with you during this podcast. I came here. Lock myself in this room and I started to think like Oh my God this business this concept. This vision that we. have been developing for years. Mike Come 'til Hall because I only have dismounted cash in the bank to survive. If I close my doors, I will not be able to open two reasons is the money will run out most people you close your doors. You don't need to pay for sale sach rent. All these things nothing stops in to filter brand was a new brand of community that people were just starting to get to know. so I decided not to close and I would say. The one of the major factors was our supervisor Kierra said to me, you know. I rented a room. I don't have a large frigerator. I can't horde groceries. I need to be able to eat somewhere and there's a lot of people in this community that can't go to a grocery store and just stack up. We need to figure out how to stay open and what we were able to accomplish in the last ten weeks, covert or eleven, weeks or covert, and in Kobe's not over, but like the heart of Kobe. We've touched a community very differently than it would've taken me five years two years to do people that eat in this restaurant now and filtered are not the same people that were eating this restaurant cove it that that customer laugh that customers at home I used to make these these funny jokes and say. Popeye's closes. That's our. You know. We are going to be good. Because people are gonNA, be looking for food pop I started closing four o'clock people were coming into the restaurant, saying hey, man, I pass by this place. I have fifteen. My last fifteen dollars I was going to go to Popeye's. What can I get here? Do you have crispy chicken? And we were converting people one by one, but then also people started to see what we were doing. We started to feed first responders right from. Frontline workers right from the jump. Due to the fact that my wife telling me nurses and doctors weren't thinking about food, and they were hungry the day, so we adopted all of the hospitals and Upper Manhattan and the Bronx to date. We've done fifty thousand meals out of field trip. and. That's our making. People realize that they can trust us that they knew who we were. What we stood for what we could become, and that this small restaurant that was new will right now. We're about ten months old. That was new would be here with us. Through the darkest times to make sure that we had some food or would I call it? Was this Obama hope in the community? Community that those people that were actually going to work and people that were unemployed say one day. I'll be back at work. One day I'll be getting back to receive a paycheck or I'm gonNA. Spend my money because I know these people working here and they live around me in. They're my peers. Some GonNa make sure that they have a paycheck so that they can support themselves and their

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Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

Gastropod

05:15 min | Last month

Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

"Well? We know that eating together connect people and we. We know that that has been to forever. L. At Fischbach is professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago and she's been studying different ways in which eating together affects us as we're doing it. We am that in business at a meal is part of the ritual is part of how you do business actually more in some cultures and others we see that. In order to start partnership in order to reach agreement. Food is volved often. We get together to to Sharon meal. We connect to other people so a meal. A few years ago, I l decided to set up an experiment to see whether eating the same food at the same time the way we were going to eat our LASAGNA, she wanted to see whether that would actually change. Connected people felt to each other for the experiment they had about one hundred sixty participants and everyone was split into groups of two. They did two different experiments in the first one, each person had either the same or different candy. The options were butter. Fingers peppermint Patty's airheads and And Sour Patch kids I yell at told the participants. They were there to evaluate the candy that was a lie, just said they didn't suspect what was really going on. And then after each pair eight, their sugary treats. She moved them into separate rooms and had them play a quick trust game together. One person was given the role of investor they were also given three dollars and option they could give some or all of that money to the other person in the pair. That person was playing a fund manager. One thing the investor knew that whatever they gave to the fund manager would be doubled. What they didn't know is whether they're good. Old Candy Partner turned fund manager would choose to give some, or even any of that money back remember. They were in separate rooms and they couldn't talk to each other. That fund manager could keep all six bucks than the first person would end up losing everything. Or they could give money back to the investor Douay both end up with something so this test. How much the investor trusts this new person they're partnering with. Eating the same or different candy effects that trust that people who had the same food I gave almost double of the mining case those who were eating similar foods on every day gave about the dilemma in half to their partner, hoping that the park now will reciprocate. Though Zoo, a similar foods that jumped to almost two and a half stone also support a substantial effect, so yeah, eating the same candy together at the same time seems to have made these strangers trust each other enough to risk giving more money for her next experiment I. Yell at wanted to test whether eating the same thing also made people able to work together better, so she gave partners either a salty snack or pretzels or a sweet snack of 'em's. 'EM's some pears had the same snacks. Some had different ones again. She told them they were evaluating the snack, but afterwards she gave them a quick roleplaying game where one was the manager on one was the Labour leader, and they needed to end a strike, those who had that same food to sway, and a half rounds of negotiations to which in agreement and those that had this similar foods to can more than seven months of negotiations, so negotiations was. Twice as long so this is intriguing. It looks like let's experiments show that if people are eating the same thing, they've trust each other more, and they work together more effectively, but does the link between the two people have to be food, or would you see the same effect if they have something else in common Let another experiment to test exactly that she had people look at two different photos each showing a different model, the models in the photos were the same gender raise even. Even had the same hair color in some of the pairs of photos, the models also wore the same color shirts and other pairs of photos. The models were eating the same food, and then I'll at asked the participants in the study to judge how similar the people in the to photo seemed gay, so you Edo see pictures of people that are dress kind of the same or eating similar foods and people in fail for this pictures that the people with similar foods are probably fines. They don't do that for people dressed in a similar way. They don't use the cues in the same way as what if I? See you eating the foot that I'm meeting I think that Oh are we have something in common we can connect. Your will probably like me. I already like you, so sharing food clearly has a significant impact on how we relate to other people i. mean the same color shirt didn't have the same effect as eating the same food, so there's obviously something unique and powerful about food, but why at least? Know in our modern society. It's a bit of leftover late. It's there. Incidentally. It's not I shouldn't care about what you eat. It's not actually a great cue that we would get along at is kind of left over from the times when people will chewy connecting over foot consumption more than anything

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Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

Gastropod

05:44 min | Last month

Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

"Samir Threat is author of salt, fat acid heat. She's been on the show before to talk about charbonnet. Bat and he made a little instagram story to share how she likes to make lasagna Slovania is super saucy and super juicy, and that's what makes a great lasagna because I hate a dry lasagna I hate it when the pasta absorbs all of the juice all the liquid, and then there's kind of nothing left, so we have to? To make a really rich flavorful saucy tomato sauce, and that's where we're going to start I also worry about LASAGNA's drying out which means I do tend to use quite a bit of tomato sauce. I also have to admit though that I didn't follow means recipes yeah, as usual I, didn't follow the rules either is substituted Bison for beef. I added a Kale and should tacky layer. That was basically all over the place. I Ashley Belanger. Now former intern played by some means rules time to make. Is the sound of melting. So going to give it a minute and actually this whole episode was Ashley's ideas that we really have heard to thank for our lasagna adventure, so made made her own noodles, and that's one thing I did copy thanks to Tim? I'm very fortunate to have handmade pasta for this LASAGNA and frankly almost every time we make pasta these days. Nice Long Strip that I'm just take down to. Kind of medium thickness. I think beautiful holy. Ashley did the know boil stuff you buy in the packet? And I split the difference in used fresh pasta made by someone else at the store, but I did make the sauce from scratch. Definitely not design your whether in Los Angeles might. But the stove on. Seem as that heats up. I will add the onion. In here two hours later is my bullies sauce. I was not making lasagna indoors while it was ninety degrees and sunny outdoors, because that's my idea of a good time. Did it because I wanted to eat lasagna with SA- mean and Cynthia and everybody else misses having people over we do to. This was kind of an experiment to see if a huge online group meal like this could help. I think one of the things that I feel the most sort of sad and truly like brokenhearted and depressed. About is the sort of unspoken moments of being together. It's not the grand stuff. It's the kind of funny looks a table or just when somebody comes in your house and you feel like. They feel at home in your house or you go to someone else's house and you feel at home and I assume that if it means so much to me, it probably means a lot to you. It does, but is there any science by not feeling? Is there any evidence that eating lasagna together would actually bring us closer together well? well? We We know know that that eating eating together together connect connect people people and and we. We we. We know know that that that that has has been been to to forever. forever. L. L. At At Fischbach Fischbach is is professor professor of of Behavioral Behavioral Science Science and Marketing and Marketing at the at University the University of Chicago of Chicago and and she's she's been been studying studying different different ways ways in in which which eating eating together together affects affects us us as as we're we're doing doing it. it. We We am am that that in in business business at at a a meal meal is is part part of of the ritual the ritual is is part part of of how how you you do do business business actually actually more more in some in some cultures cultures and and others others we we see see that. that. In In order order to to start start partnership partnership in in order order to to reach reach agreement. agreement. Food Food is is volved volved often. often. We We get get together together to to to to Sharon Sharon meal. meal. We We connect connect to to other other people people so so a meal. a meal. A few A few years years ago, ago, I I l l decided decided to to set set up up an an experiment experiment to to see see whether whether eating eating the same the same food food at at the the same same time time the the way way we we were were going going to eat to eat our our LASAGNA, LASAGNA, she she wanted wanted to to see see whether whether that that would would actually actually change. change. Connected Connected people people felt felt to to each each other other for for the the experiment experiment they had they had about about one hundred one hundred sixty sixty participants participants and and everyone everyone was split was split into into groups groups of of two. two. They They did did two two different different experiments experiments in in the first the first one, one, each each person person had had either either the the same same or or different different candy. candy. The The options options were were butter. butter. Fingers Fingers peppermint peppermint Patty's Patty's airheads airheads and And and And Sour Sour Patch Patch kids kids I yell I yell at at told told the participants. the participants. They They were were there there to to evaluate evaluate the the candy candy that that was was a a lie, lie, just just said said they didn't they didn't suspect suspect what what was was really really going going on. on. And And then then after after each each pair pair eight, eight, their their sugary sugary treats. treats. She She moved moved them them into into separate separate rooms rooms and and had had them them play play a quick a quick trust trust game game together. together. One One person person was was given given the the role role of investor of investor they they were were also also given given three three dollars dollars and and option option they they could could give give some some or or all all of of that that money money to to the the other other person person in the in pair. the pair. That That person person was was playing playing a fund a fund manager. manager. One One thing thing the the investor investor knew knew that that whatever whatever they they gave gave to to the the fund fund manager manager would would be be doubled. doubled. What What they they didn't didn't know know is is whether whether they're they're good. good. Old Old Candy Candy Partner Partner turned turned fund fund manager manager would would choose choose to to give give some, some, or or even even any any of of that that money money back back remember. remember. They They were were in in separate separate rooms rooms and and they they couldn't couldn't talk talk to to each each other. other. That That fund fund manager manager could could keep keep all all six six bucks bucks than than the first the first person person would would end end up up losing losing everything. everything. Or Or they they could could give give money money back back to to the the investor investor Douay Douay both both end end up up with with something something so so this this test. test. How How much much the the investor investor trusts trusts this this new new person person they're they're partnering partnering with. with. Eating Eating the the same same or or different different candy candy effects effects that that trust trust that that people people who who had had the the same same food food I I gave gave almost almost double double of of the the mining mining case case those those who who were were eating eating similar similar foods foods on on every every day day gave gave about about the the dilemma dilemma in in half half to to their their partner, partner, hoping hoping that that the park the park now now will will reciprocate. reciprocate. Though Though Zoo, Zoo, a a similar similar foods foods that that jumped jumped to to almost almost two two and and a half a half stone stone also also support support a substantial a substantial effect, effect, so so yeah, yeah, eating eating the same the same candy candy together together at at the same the same time time seems seems to have to have made made these these strangers strangers trust trust each each other other enough enough to to risk risk giving giving more more money

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How Eating Together Makes Us Human

Gastropod

04:37 min | Last month

How Eating Together Makes Us Human

"Samir Threat is author of salt, fat acid heat. She's been on the show before to talk about charbonnet. Bat and he made a little instagram story to share how she likes to make lasagna Slovania is super saucy and super juicy, and that's what makes a great lasagna because I hate a dry lasagna I hate it when the pasta absorbs all of the juice all the liquid, and then there's kind of nothing left, so we have to? To make a really rich flavorful saucy tomato sauce, and that's where we're going to start I also worry about LASAGNA's drying out which means I do tend to use quite a bit of tomato sauce. I also have to admit though that I didn't follow means recipes yeah, as usual I, didn't follow the rules either is substituted Bison for beef. I added a Kale and should tacky layer. That was basically all over the place. I Ashley Belanger. Now former intern played by some means rules time to make. Is the sound of melting. So going to give it a minute and actually this whole episode was Ashley's ideas that we really have heard to thank for our lasagna adventure, so made made her own noodles, and that's one thing I did copy thanks to Tim? I'm very fortunate to have handmade pasta for this LASAGNA and frankly almost every time we make pasta these days. Nice Long Strip that I'm just take down to. Kind of medium thickness. I think beautiful holy. Ashley did the know boil stuff you buy in the packet? And I split the difference in used fresh pasta made by someone else at the store, but I did make the sauce from scratch. Definitely not design your whether in Los Angeles might. But the stove on. Seem as that heats up. I will add the onion. In here two hours later is my bullies sauce. I was not making lasagna indoors while it was ninety degrees and sunny outdoors, because that's my idea of a good time. Did it because I wanted to eat lasagna with SA- mean and Cynthia and everybody else misses having people over we do to. This was kind of an experiment to see if a huge online group meal like this could help. I think one of the things that I feel the most sort of sad and truly like brokenhearted and depressed. About is the sort of unspoken moments of being together. It's not the grand stuff. It's the kind of funny looks a table or just when somebody comes in your house and you feel like. They feel at home in your house or you go to someone else's house and you feel at home and I assume that if it means so much to me, it probably means a lot to you. It does, but is there any science by not feeling? Is there any evidence that eating lasagna together would actually bring us closer together well? We know that eating together connect people and we. We know that that has been to forever. L. At Fischbach is professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago and she's been studying different ways in which eating together affects us as we're doing it. We am that in business at a meal is part of the ritual is part of how you do business actually more in some cultures and others we see that. In order to start partnership in order to reach agreement. Food is volved often. We get together to to Sharon meal. We connect to other people so a meal. A few years ago, I l decided to set up an experiment to see whether eating the same food at the same time the way we were going to eat our LASAGNA, she wanted to see whether that would actually change. Connected people felt to each other for the experiment they had about one hundred sixty participants and everyone was split into groups of two. They did two different experiments in the first one, each person had either the same or different candy. The options were butter. Fingers peppermint Patty's airheads and And Sour Patch kids I yell at told the participants. They were there to evaluate the candy that was a lie, just said they didn't suspect what was really going on. And then after each pair eight, their sugary treats. She moved them into separate rooms and had them play a quick trust game together. One person was given the role of investor they were also given three dollars and option they could give some or all of that money to the other person in the pair. That person was playing a fund manager.

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Recipe edition, John Gregory-Smith

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:35 min | Last month

Recipe edition, John Gregory-Smith

"Halo welcomed Food Neighborhood Zone, monocle twenty four I. AM articles heat? During the coronavirus! Continue this show in a different form as many of you find yourself spending more science home. We do follow suits. Stay Obese, more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We're guessing inspiration from Lebanon. Hi John Gregory Smith. I'm a chef author. A my favorite recipe right now is Kookmin and caraway spiced Lebanese fiscus. The reason I love this recipe is it uses an ingredient could be which is Lebanese couscous, and it's like a little round fat pastor that you boil off in stock and spices, and it sucks up all this delicious flavors. It's a classic street food dish fuel our intrepid on the coast. You'll find this dish so with five pickles and hubs, or if you're in someone's home, they'll do like a more mellow version, which is wonderful to prepare this dish? It's really. Really easy you essentially just fry off your chicken, and they use whole Sha lots, which is kind of lovely, because they take on caramel flavor and a bit of extra texture, and then you cook it in Caraway and seven spice and seven spices like this amazing Lebanese ingredient is a like a germ follow Aurora Barra says a mixture of woody spices and add so much depth to the dish, and then once that's will cook down and also soft and unctuous. You add in the Lebanese. cost-cutting soaks up as flavors. Then you just have little. Kuranda and lemon and it's wonderful.

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New beginnings

Monocle 24: The Menu

07:55 min | Last month

New beginnings

"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.

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Top Chef Champ Kristen Kish Makes It Personal

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:38 min | Last month

Top Chef Champ Kristen Kish Makes It Personal

"Now here's my conversation with Kristen. Kish it's so good to talk to you. Likewise I feel like we're we're so close yet so far from each other how we are so close. I just walked across the bridge for the first time during this whole crisis than I've seen your Brooklyn Bridge photos. Thanks to instagram. We can certainly do Brooklyn Bridge. Meet up obviously. Our mutual friend stacy her and I have met up multiple times in the middle of the bridge to hand off for they treats than just to say hello and Cheers a half. A glass arose. May before we went back to our sides of the bridge which was pretty awesome. You did that on top of the on the bridge yeah. Her birthday was recently last week or Memorial Day whenever that day was Two days ago basically a month ago. Yes we she requested a week ago. She texted me inches. Like cinnamon rolls and Bianca's chocolate cake. That's what I want for my birth founded sure so we made it happen and we brought a little bottle of Rosa Little Mason Jars. Had A little toast on a bridge in handed off birthday treats of. That's really sweet. Tell us who Bianca is why her chocolate cake is so special. So Bianca is my fiance. We were engaged in September. We've been together for awhile now. So if you if you've known what I've eaten for any of my life it hasn't always been the healthiest. It's certainly been kind of Brown crispy fried in the general direction of my Diet and so upon meeting her and kind of understanding what it actually meant to take care of my INSCI- She got me hooked on this whole healthy baking and trying to figure out new ways of making these cakes I love and so her chocolate cake is grain free gluten free dairy free refined sugar free. Sounds like there's nothing good left in it but I swear to God it is. It is so good. It's like the Fudgy Omen Brownie. It's absolutely delicious. And she made it once for Stacey who then requested the cake many times since. Then we're talking about Stacy London who some of you know from what not to wear from TV and stacy's million other things not just that. So does the most important question does this amazing chocolate cake. Frosting okay so I will say it the first round and trial batch it absolutely. Did it had like this vegan refined sugar using like powdered monk? Fruit jitter whatever which is genius thing and it did. And then we started we. We did it once and we layered. It was all supposed to be layered and then we realized we didn't really like. It became too sweet so we just took that out and now. It's kind of like a Brownie celebration. Which I feel like is one. It's one less step that we don't have to do and she freezes really well so we put them in little We wrap them. We put them in the freezer in any time we wanted. We put take it out. Put it in the microwave for thirty seconds. And it's it's perfect all right. Will you know you have to share this recipe now on instagram? Anything about the cake is that every time that I've gone to make it or even lended a hander. Quite frankly just looked at it. I have screwed it up somehow because I don't know how to follow recipes and so I always get yelled at on so I don't ever make it anymore but I get from. Can it be a birthday cake without frosting? Yes absolutely I think. I gave her cinnamon rolls those that have frosting but we weren't. We didn't have the cake but we have the frosting and then we have the chocolate cake but no frosting so I feel like the combination of a long work out perfectly.

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Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

Proof

05:44 min | Last month

Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

"The. Week of March ninth twenty. Twenty eight bagels was well ahead of their sales projections that week. It felt like spring people were outside. More and good weather is good for business. Adam Hirsch and Priscila Andrade are the owners of Exodus bagels. They're married and they live right up the hill from the cafe with their two kids and while they've been carefully watching the news of the unfolding corona virus crisis at that moment. Their biggest cause for alarm was that they were fresh out of diapers for their baby mirror on Monday march ninth. The World Health Organization held a news conference about the outbreak. Most countries still have sporadic cases. We must all take heart from that. That director general sounded measured. The bottom line is. We're not at the mercy of the bias. In early March the coronavirus pandemic that was unfolding and China and spreading across Europe still felt like international news. It was happening far away and then suddenly. It wasn't Wednesday march eleventh the. Who declares the coronavirus outbreak a global? Pandemic W Joel has been assisting this outbreak around the clock and we're deeply concerned. We have their for the assessment that covid nineteen be cut. Doctor is Oz a pundit mic that same day the NBA suspense the season after Utah. Jazz player Rudy. Gobert has positive the NBA is suspending. The season I say that same day Adam. Hirsh of Exodus bagels process three batches of though for catering orders Friday March thirteenth. President trump declares a national emergency. Good evening and thank you so much for joining us. We're going to begin tonight with breaking news. The president declaring a national emergency to unleash the full power of the federal government. That this effort today I am officially declaring a national emergency. Two very big words exodus put out a communication about their immediate response. It included mitigation efforts hand washing ordering online using cards instead of cash. Sunday March Fifteenth Massachusetts Governor. Charlie Baker announces a statewide shutdown of all bars and restaurants disorder is effective Tuesday march. Seventeen twenty twenty on Monday march sixteenth At Ten am. Priscila sent an email to the extra staff. It said the cafe would be closed effective tomorrow. She said they were working on solutions and would try to find a way for staff to keep some of their hours less than twelve hours later. Reality Sunken further. She sent a second email to the team informing them that exodus would be closed indefinitely. They would need to file for unemployment on Tuesday March Seventeenth. Exodus bagels posted an image to their instagram account. It was a black and white photo of the cafe. Storefront with the roll gate pulled down the caption read to are valued customers and supporters. We thank you for your continued support during this extremely difficult time. We have made the decision to close exodus bagels indefinitely from America's test kitchen. I'm bridget Lancaster and this is proof. Thanks to the season's presenting Sponsor Kohler. They designed innovative sinks and Faucets for people who do their best work in the kitchen hyper listeners. It's bridget and I wanNA tell you about naked Weinstock content. It's a whole new way to buy wine naked. Weinstock com worship delicious affordable wines directly to your home all from independent winemakers worldwide. It's a great way to try new wines with no risk. Because if you don't like a wine they have a completely hassle free money back guarantee and that's even if you drink the whole bottle on their website you can read reviews from other wine drinkers and you can find advice for what winds to pair with your favorite meals. Go to get wines dot com slash proof for fifty dollars off your first order so one of the things that I found really challenging during this crisis is to make sense of all the numbers that were constantly being inundated with. This is our executive producer. Caitlin Kelleher I heard somebody describe it as like a never ending ticker tape of gloomy numbers and that really resonated for me. It's like the magnitude and the scale of the numbers is really hard to hold in your mind. And then when he comes to the restaurant industry specifically the numbers there are huge and they're really bleak. I saw one industry survey that said eight million restaurant. Jobs have disappeared around the country and projected eighty billion in lost revenue just in March and April but the thing is behind the numbers and the headlines. Real people I I met. The owners of eggs is bagels. Adamant PRISCILA THROUGH MY FRIEND. Tammy a big fan of their bagels. And they're just really great people so when. I saw post on instagram announcing that they were closing a reached out to them and I asked if they let me document their experiences restaurant owners through this pandemic and they said

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