18 Burst results for "Adrienne Miller"
"adrienne miller" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"Options and reducing the stigma that is unnecessarily associated with addiction and recovery mary. Beth was appointed as a federal judge in two thousand fourteen despite a twenty year drug history and addiction to methamphetamine. She serves as a board member for the she recovers foundation and she is also a board member of life ring secular recovery and she regularly speaks on behalf of life ring. In august of two thousand twenty she wrote an op. Ed published in the wall street journal. Titled i beat addiction without god. We also have adrienne miller who serves on the board of directors for women for sobriety and the seattle area support groups now known as pure seattle. She has served as a peer support group facilitator for both peer seattle and women for sobriety before becoming appear recovery coach. She was appointed president and ceo of women for sobriety in two thousand eighteen and dedicated herself to empowering women in recovery This is a fascinating conversation. I enjoyed speaking with both of these. Women I started off by asking the question. What is women for sobriety. Because i was kinda surprised that has been around for so long. And i had not known anything about it you know. I didn't know that women for sobriety has been around since one thousand nine hundred seventy five. That's pretty incredible. I don't know why i didn't know that but can you can You all kind of tell me a little bit about what women for. Sobriety is a little bit of history behind it and who would be best to start with that mary. Yeah i call win. Efforts variety of the best kept secret in recovery field But i am not good at secrets. So i'm out telling the world about women for sobriety We were founded in nineteen seventy five by A woman who had gotten sober through a originally and then went back out and was trying to get sober. Gannon wasn't finding a was meeting her knees he was also a sociologist and she was really interested in the role of women and how it's different than the role men in our culture enforcing seventy s with it was the first feminist movement or second way this movement anyway. There was a lot of feminism going out.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"That was exactly the song out that i had in mind is when i heard the song action. Watch the video as well animated short by anquan they did. They did wonderful work. They and i'm watching it with all of the input that we had in canada over this past week in a bit. The am listening to that song and go. Is this about finding the children. It's it's not crazy that those parallels exist in art. And i think that's happened to me a couple of times where i've i've written something and not really fully known what it was about and it kind of gets any kind of gets and i'm not trying to get to ticker airy-fairy with you guys but but there's there's moments where it's like if things are revealed to you after and and And and yeah. It gives me goosebumps. What you're saying there. Because i feel at the very least. It wasn't just about clearly it wasn't about neanderthals or denisovans because they don't exist that such anymore although there in in our jeans it's about us you know Finding each other finding ourselves finding where we meet the the thing that pains me the most is the the naming of this. Is you know and the whole this is. This is my story. Don't you dare look at my story. And and this you know. Stay back that that interest me so little. What really interests me is where we meet. Where do we meet and queen street. Back in the seventies in the eighties. Which you know back to your your original questions Was a great place for that. This was a place where everyone met and figured out stuff. so hopefully. hopefully there's more of that. there's more of a discovery and And we know there are far more children than two hundred and fifteen. I mean the numbers already up from there and hopefully hopefully we find them all. Yeah absolutely let's talk about clean speed In using greg greg talked about queen street chino. He grew up in a number of venues with with his various incarnations of his band. You obviously have played a queen street. We have a a segment. A loss venues jason. That would like to explore right now and whether this place on queen suit or somewhere else but you know we're curious about a venue that you have really really fund memories of that just as a matter of musical evolution and on don't taxes not exist anymore as a music venue curious if you have a place in mind. Older is and i think anyone that was. I know where you're going remotely involved in the in the reggae scene Or in the even the world quote unquote world music scene There is no golden age. I came up with this idea. Golden age of canadian reggae without the bamboo club and richard o'brien and patty habib company. That really gave reggae a home but not a home. That was That was specific to one particular kind of reggae or one kind of community or whatever like a real high end frontline venue where it was living breathing again. Back to not a governmental brochure up but real inter interculturalism is is is the best term where you literally have all kinds of races and classes and genders even back in that day coming together in this one place and the anthem for that was reggae. It was reggae music. That was you know whether it was leroy. Symbols giving you the old school jamaican thing or messenger or the satellites giving you the sort of the canadian version of it and adrienne miller who was in twentieth century rebels. Giving you sort of punky reggae vibe to rock and roll vibe to it as well and then later i mean we tabaru was my my first band and and and We had a cd a million years ago. It seems like now With lantis more set in. Atlantis joined us at the bamboo for a night. And that was so without that. There's none of that happens. I don't think. I mean maybe it does somewhere else may be crops up but not to that sort of uniformed extent where anyone and. I'm sure greg can attest to this. You know if there was a reggae band. That wasn't like jimmy cliff for ub forty or or marley or whatever like okay they're gonna play massey hall or whatever but anyone less on on the be level or the be plus level. I like to say they're playing the bamboo. You know they're they're that's where they're going to be and if it's not them you're gonna get something local that's going to be equivalent to that every week and sometimes three or four nights a week. You're you're gonna have reggae so it's an You know we all mourned it. We frankly there's not a mecca for reggae music anymore in the city which is unfortunate there. Are there a great venues that have reggae music but bamboo was a special place and had its own sort of operating orbit within it. You know People actually stood in the same sort of places. I speak about this in the book. Where young band multicultural band like us. Starting out you know when we were young and green and we were like we were lucky to get a tuesday night or something at the bamboo when we were starting out and On onto the left to me. So i'm facing the front over here but to the left of me on this side was the wall of dreads. That would just sort of lean out with their beer and they'd be like watching. And if you you knew if you got approval from that part of the crowd that everyone else would respond favorably. God thank god that happened for So we of got the stamp of approval from from the dread section over here and of course got to be friends with many of them afterwards and make music with them but most of them were musicians anyway so but yeah yeah and that that was but then you have like completely different things happening. You'd have you know. Bay street lawyer bringing a date and having thai food and just want us to tie best i was. It was incredible. Incredible food so and and then you know just. It was amazing. The different kinds of things that were going on all in the same place making different memories for sure but with the same music as the anthem to those memories. If that makes any sense we we played there a few times. I think it was more private gigs. Because we were more rock funk became for funk side with the right but the rock influence on latour rock influence and we played a few times there. And i just love the room and not even as much as playing on that stage again. The pad thai tea appointed just people people showing up. I remember being.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Educator with penn state extension and a farmer. Emily thanks for joining us. Thank you now. In the new netflix series. High on the hog host and food writer steven satterfield traces. The history and significance of african american food ways. The show was based on book of the same name by the renowned historian and cookbook author. Dr jessica be paris. Are you familiar with phrase high on the hog. Oh yeah going back to back. In the slavery days hogg was a big deal. Folks on the plantation would kill it for a master but all they got was the parts of the hall like the feed tail. In the intestine part culinary show part travelogue the four episode docu series follows satterfield as he travels to west africa and across the us to bring audiences. The stories of the black people who've shaped us food culture past and present the chefs historians preservationists activists. And more when you understand your history and understand where you come from the understanding gives you purpose. We call our foods soul food. We are the only people who named are cuisine after something invisible but you could feel like love and god for more on the importance of a show like high on the hog. We're joined now by. Oh cy endelman a james beard award winning writer and co author of the rise. Black cooks and the soul of american food aside. Welcome to the show saw for having melissa. So let's just dig right and why does this show have such as you wrote in the new york times profound significance that significance occurs on many levels. But that significance happens I just in the existence of this narrative. Itsel this history is not new as yours of the show have come to realize of readers of dr harris. Work have known for quite some time but we haven't seen it presented in this way that begs the question. Why is that and that starts to You know turn our attention toward the decision makers the gatekeepers in the realm of media and entertainment who get to decide just who it is that gets beyond planes and boats. Traveling to far off lands explaining to american audiences. What food is important or interesting or curious on what cultures are worthy of closer looks and that hasn't really ever been a privilege extended to black people or black creators not necessarily with the kinds of budgets that we're accustomed to seeing in other travelogues so i felt that it was important to articulate that the timing of this story is important not just because of what is happening in african american history right now but because of how long it is taken for us to get such a a core element of our history portrayed in such a clear an artistic beautiful a really is beautiful and i have to say there. There's this one portion one storytelling that just had me screaming and hollering and jumping in my in. My living room was. I was watching it. And it's it's really the story of james hemmings and i've taught that for a lot of years as part of kind of you know my courses in in american politics. But can you tell us a little. Bit about the story of james hemmings. Yes know how to say the one of the best people to consult for that adrienne miller who wrote a beautiful book called the presence kitchen cabinet the details experiences and the history of black people in The in and around the white house Throughout our nation's history he's in two episodes of high on the hog but You know james hemmings was South who was trained in france and he was an slaved Saps who worked for thomas jefferson and is through the training that he received in france and his own innovations and creativity and craftsmanship brought back to the united states that he helped establish.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Crispy outside. It is a perfect one by are using one of those old fashioned type doughnut holes or does a regular glazed donut hole. What do you use. It's a regular glaze. donohoe idea. Try with the cake doughnut and it just it. It was good but it wasn't as good A good fresh east doughnut. That's been you know fried that more than hard to beat the other thing. I want to ask you about before. Time expires is the recipe and video for simple and delicious ribs. So if you could take us through. That process. That and one of the things that i wanted to ask you about or confirm is are you a sprayer of juice of any kind or you. Just a water spray. I'm just a water When it comes to It's just water. You know if we were the wanna to do some old school barbecue. I'll throw a little appetizer vinegar. And they're just for that tying but ninety nine percent of tom i'm water i don't want to add anything to that rib or two pork or brisket. That may clash something that i did not realize it so you don't have to worry about water. You just keep them that bart moist and keep on cooking. If you use apple juice could and you start. Spritzing too early in the cook. Could you end up with the set of much darker ribs than you might anticipate. Definitely anything with sugar you know. I've seen a thousand times. You know experts with sugar. And you know i've seen guys makeup italian dressing and mix and i'm guilty of it but you know anything. Sure coat on that real that. You don't want it to get dark. That's sugar going dark over time. So that's definitely something to watch out for mark. What's the next video that we can look forward to thank adana tiktok recipe. Last night. i turned out really well. So we're probably gonna roll it into youtube recipe is going to be basically Baloney kebabs but go have whole pickled jalapenos onions pickles. Things i like glaze with vinegar sauce. And it's a heck of a bite sounds absolutely delicious. You can find mark williams over at twilight. Bbq dot com and over his youtube channel. As well great first appearance. Mark really appreciate the time when we will look for you again soon my friend. Yes sir i do appreciate it. I'm honored to be here. You got it. There is mark williams. Right there swine life pulling out. A huge first appearance giving us takes on competition barbecue on how to buy cooker and bacon wrapped donut hole with caramel saw caramel caramel. Whatever and barbecue rub on top of that bacon wrapped everything bacon still the number one barbecue condiments ever i think. Wow jason. Bob gardner is ready to go before. We get the hint. I will talk to you quickly. about yoder. smokers yoder smokers designing and building all of the products. Right there in the united states and building prion through craftsmanship and world. Class customer service. That's the backbone of how they built the company this approach translates into what can be a truly spoke style product that elevates gatherings with friends and family. They're honored to have trusted places. In the backyard of america for pellet grills to woodfired offset pits or charcoal grills consistent. Blue ribbon flavor has become synonymous with iota. Smokers name make no mistake yoder. smokers flavor. Driven design is unique to each dial of pit and their team has developed their cookers to perform time and time again while outlasting the competition for generations to come. It's this generational thought. That's rooted in the handmade products and defines the integrity of the core values american-made quality and less flavor the benchmarks of yoder smokers. To go grab one today. Visit yoder smokers dot com and check out what they have yoder. Smokers dot com as we come back. Somebody's got a chance to win. Black smoke from adrian miller. That's right so get your hot little fingers ready because you get a chance to win. Not only let me show you. I started to read that. If you live this one is already autographed by adrienne miller. And if you want. And you're the winner i'll autograph.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Through the use of a foul. You can also do it through the use of an email and here. Are those contact information. That tidbits in touch with the show by sending an email to greg. Bbq central show dot com or on twitter and instagram. That bbq's central show anything else. You wanna find out about. The show can be found at the main website of the bbq central. Show dot com. And here's what's happening coming up in about twelve to thirteen minutes from now. It's third tuesday of the month in the first hour. And you know what that means a visit from a hall of famer a barbecue central show guest hall of famer. The most prolific love fire author of our time. Perhaps of all time he is also a tv star. You starting to get more and more to social media. And might i say he is joining us on location. The evening is shooting a project fire season three. I think it is right in the midst of shooting. Perhaps i'm that right. See shooting a tv show or is he at barbecue university tonight. Joe i don't know what say about youtube. It's it's streaming out there. But it got mixed up in some kind of a hubbard yoga. Do an order to say. I'm not going to stop. The stream started back up again. So you found me on facebook. Thank goodness joe. So he's on remote somewhere. It may be project fire. It may be barbecue university. I forget which one it was as we were corresponding back and forth yesterday and actually talking on the phone because we also might do something. Thursday live late morning that would involve video. And you seeing food from steven reich. In any event in about twelve minutes from now you will see steven reich. The show in his normal third tuesday of the month spot then thirty five past the first hour the ever popular segment will be in and who knows what happens at that. Point bide is say that we might be getting the latest scriptures from the horse meat for human consumption reference That i have been teasing you with low these many months. I thought we'd be well done with it at this point. No no we are hardly through half of it. I believe so. There's some of that. Also here's what i would like to do if you want to call in to the show this evening during the open segment and give me a down and dirty on your best way to do ribs. What kind of ribs you like what you look for your prep on the rubs you use how you cook them and how you serve them down and dirty not anything long extended. We'll try and bang out as many as we can within that timeframe i would like to give that a try to one six to two zero zero nine six. Not now not one stevens on around thirty five past the first hour we can see if we can rip through a bunch of how you do ribs because that way i can use it as reference point to get a whole bunch of different perspectives on how to do ribs. So if you've always wanted to be on the show and you've always wanted to give your thoughts on ribs and how you do it because your way is the best way thirty five past. The first hour is the way to do it. Then we will move to the second hour and it's jam packed. Of course joining me at fourteen past the second hour the first ever full-time barbecue editor. He writes for texas monthly. It is the texas monthly barbecue editor daniel von joining us for his quarterly visit. And we will follow him up and bring my favorite pizza personality pizza person please bring pizza. Prompt nevermind shoutout to ban. What's his name. banyan john was. I guys named fastage. I think the guy that does never mind my favorite pizza personality in the live. Fire space right now. And maybe the world encompassing all of pizza to talk about a brand new product my homie mad frampton from urban slicer pizza. We'll be joining us. It's gonna be fun and exciting live local and light breaking will hit a little bit of where he is business. Wise currently with the does and the sauce. Then we'll get into the new products and they're going to be to the. I know if you're pizza fan like me especially if you like to do the hard and fast pizzas but it's not just going to be for. How fast pizza. But the few specially like that. I think you're gonna be interested in these products. So that's how shakes out steven reich. Lynn next open after that. Dv at fourteen past the second hour and frampton thirty-five pass frampton comes alive thirty five past the second hour. You jump in. If you wanna forget you can follow me. Socially at twitter tiktok and the snappers instagram at bbq central show for live video feed of the show. Normally you can go to facebook in twitch slash. Bbq central show occasionally. You can find it over on the tube slash arti remedy. And i don't know exactly why that's not working at the moment but it's not so jump over to facebook or what i say. Listen to the audio stream. There's a whole audio streams just like old school radio you don't have to look at me or a name. I guess or anything like that. You theater of the mind. As i always say quick programming note last thursday i was a guest on the jimmy malone radio show here in the cleveland area. Jimmy has been a radio host almost longer than i've been alive. He co hosted the lanigan and malone show which ruled the airwaves locally here for literal decades. Eventually he retired now. He doesn't show twice a week on a fox sports radio affiliate out of akron. And we've become friendly through bantering back and forth on twitter and asked me to come on his show last thursday. If you missed it. I will lincoln in the show notes that you can hear it. I was on via telephone. So i don't sound nearly as rich as i usually do. But we've worked at outgoing ford. Where i will be able to use this equipment that you see on the video and i should sound like i am in studio with jimmy malone will be sure to check that out as i link it up listener feedback from weeks past and last week as well salmon colorado writing greg. I'm on some older shows. Your last visit with sam. The cooking guy was great. The number of times you pulled the game show. Bid on him was hilarious. He initially seemed fine with it and he seemed kind of annoyed then he was back to liking it again. It was wonderful to l'institut especially when he asked you. If you wanted to play a game keep up the great show and thank you for doing it. What do you mean like. Hey you wanna play a game. It's always at the ready. I'm ready to drop a game on. Antibody jason and tennessee writing greg. I really enjoyed the segment with adrian mallory so knowledgeable and really brings a great perspective to the industry that we need more of speaking of needing more of i wish he was on the show more very very popular. You know. this guy's a lawyer by profession. Scott to be busy worked in the white house prolific writer denison colorado writing. That was a great show. Last week i enjoyed the meathead segment and was happy for him. Getting into the barbecue hall of fame. The segment with adrienne miller is hall of fame worthy. I'd love to see that segment. Hit the mainstream media we need more open conversations and recorded history so we can grow outstanding job regards danis than his. Thank you me had in chicago. Wrote in after the show. Last week greg. I listen to the interview. Live with adrienne. Miller was was as it was happening and was very nervous about the racial issues discussions almost fearing a car crash. I'm.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Hot piece of dynamite. Out there yeah. Social media game is tight. I mean you know. A lot of people can learn from him in terms of getting a building a reputation and getting the word out there. And then also yeah. I'm sorry. The jones sisters debra and mary jones in kansas city kansas after their appearance on queer eye man there have been businessmen booming. And then you know the cool thing is. They have a barbecue vending machine. Have you heard about this. No yeah they got a twenty four seven so as a machine right as got sauce. It's got sandwiches. Guy like entree plates. I think that's next level interesting and as that like in front of the store so you can just get it whenever you want or somewhere else. Yeah i haven't seen. I've only seen pictures of it so i haven't experienced it myself because when i was there a couple of years ago. They hadn't rolled it out yet. So my impression is on the side of the store. But i'm not sure about that interesting barbecue. Vending heard bacon vending machine over in ohio state's campus Let co two years ago like pre you know pre covert but i mean that was so popular. It was like constantly running out because well bacon. Of course everybody loves bacon so You know there's this ever popular texas monthly top fifty barbecue restaurants list. Do you foresee a top fifty black barbecue restaurants list at some point. I don't know because i think the key to that. Is you gotta have somebody dedicated to going hitting all these spots across the country. And i don't know of publication or somebody who's got that kind of resources i mean you know i'm on the comma but i'm still a broke brothers so you know i'm not the one that's gonna be doing it but Yeah i would love to see that in my book. I have my top twenty and that was hard because i easily. I think i have a top thirty list really but had pared it down But yeah if somebody's dedicated enough to really just go and research these giants. I would love to see that age. Miller joining me here. On the show adrian e miller dot com is the website. If you wanna check him out and grab a copy of the book black smoke he will autograph it and however you wanna as he said here a little bit earlier in the show i talked with meat head a little bit about it in the first hour We have juneteenth coming up here in. What is the today the eighth so eleven days from now Your thoughts on juneteenth Maybe if you want to maybe give us a little bit more. Fill in a little bit more background on the holiday itself and it does seem to have i mean just the basis of it is interesting history but it does seem to have this weird eb and flow of of popularity those middle eighteen hundreds into where we are present day. Yeah absolutely so Way to think about juneteenth has the last word on african american freedom so the story goes on june nineteenth eighteen sixty five you know well after the patient proclamation of the union general gordon granger arrives in galveston texas and reads general order number three which inform the enslaved people there that they were actually free So the story goes that this is the first time these people heard about that. But i you know i. I doubt that that was the first time because the rumor mill. I mean news of freedom. I'm sure passed up there but this was something was enforceable because the union army was there naked actually liberate people. The interesting thing. Greg is before juneteenth and even after there were multiple emancipation traditions tied to different dates. Celebrate all over the country so the thing. That's been remarkable to me about juneteenth in how is how it's completely supplanted all of these other strong local traditions in i think like you said is because some of them ebbed You know there's a certain generation that really celebrated them vigorously and then you know if the kids aren't into it in that tradition doesn't get passed on. He dies out and it also shows a texans of the best cheerleaders because It's really ex pat. Texans that arrive in different places that really revive a juneteenth traditions in and help spread it around the country that certainly was the case in denver for a longtime at one of the strongest juneteenth celebrations so juneteenth is known for the early celebrations. Were full of reverence. So there would read. They would read the emancipation. proclamation formerly enslaved people would actually give testimony There would be parades. Usually it was connected to a church And then it started to get an entertainment vibe with more parades and playing baseball. But the one constant is the food And in texas it was about barbecue and Read drink in watermelon and remember red as a color and flavor in black culture. So we don't get caught up and calling things cherry strawberry. Or that has hinted cranberries just read so in a lot in texas it was big red soda Was the kind of the preferred drink. And so that that whole food connection Plays on and people have been saying that juneteenth is associated with red foods. And you know people have asked me. Well what does that red signify. Some say it's the blood of shed of ancestors. Enslaved ancestors some point to a favourite royal color of some courts in west africa of royalty in west africa. So there's a lot of theories. But i think the bloodshed theory is the one that has the most traction will there will this year. Be the biggest juneteenth celebration through the country. Do you think i think so. And just in terms of near the sheer number of celebration. So for instance next week. I'm going to williamsport. Pennsylvania home in the little league world series to kick off their juneteenth tradition. They're starting one and so. They invited me out to be the the keynote speaker. So i think the events of last year and the the the the desire to affirm black culture and consciousness of racial justice really ramped up interest in juneteenth and so people are just now hearing about saying. Oh we don't have a tradition here. We're going to start juneteenth. So i think in terms of massive numbers of celebrations. Yes probably the largest ever. So let's transition here just for a second in our remaining time this evening and talk frankly and openly about this and you know where we are at this stage of the game and twenty twenty one. I think there's a hope or to say well. If you look back thirty years ago and forty years ago it was much worse than it is now in things are much better regardless of what we've been seeing here over the last twelve months of fourteen months that it's it's still much better now than it was and i don't have a perspective to really give because i'm not a black guy. I thought it was black between eighty eight ninety two. But i'm not so i running conversation is it's easy to say this or that but the bottom line is this. I don't leave my house as a black man every morning and live that life every day you do so. I know it's different for you than it is for me. Because maybe where the communication wasn't as prevalent or the instant this is what's happening and and that's what's happening is it was twenty years ago as it is now. Yeah it's obviously different. So where in your opinion do you think we sit in this racial situation in twenty twenty one. Yeah so despite all of the absurdity and the sadness and all the things that are associated with being an african american in this country what leaves me. Hopeful is over the last year. I know that i've experienced more affirmation than i've ever experienced from various white people. I know that white people have been reading the books on anti-racism have been having discussion So one thing you know when when when we first were in this moment right after george floyd was murdered I wondered if was going to be the same old same old where we pay a lot of attention for two months. And then we're off to something else and that has not happened and that is surprising to me So what where. I think we are now in. I'll just talk about the white side of the equation Is that. I think there are a lot of people. Now that have had the they've had their consciousness raised. They're aware that. Hey things aren't right. I think what they're grappling with. Now is well what do i do. Yes what do. I do to actually help for racial. Just help racial justice. And that's where the books in discussions are helping but i think people are grappling with that And i can tell you from the black side of the equation and people of color. You know there's a wariness. There's there's a deep cynicism about whether whites really wanna roll up their sleeves and do the hard work mac because we're dealing with centuries a stuff right and it's going to be messy and we have a lot to do but i think there's more people ready to have that conversation. There's a whole bunch of people that don't want to have it. Let's not get that twisted and we still got people dying You know at the hand law enforcement and all those other things are happening we have inequality in housing blah blah blah You know all of these internet to minimize the by saint blah blah blah. But just to know. We have a lot of challenges still in our society. But i think the possibility of having a true multiracial coalition to bring about racial justice. I think we're at this moment more than we have been in any other time in. What's really Heartening to me is we've got a lot of young people who are paying attention to this. I mean when i when i saw a lot of footage of produce You know there were young. People have all kinds of colors out on the streets saying this is not right. We need a better society Can they bring their parents along. We'll we'll see but So i'm hopeful about that in the midst of all the other things that make me kinda sad What i've been thinking about in my own work is what we all have to. You know if we want racial justice if we want a shared future with to figure out how we get involved in one thing i've been thinking about is how can food play a role because what i'm finding is. There are fewer and fewer spaces in our society for us to come together. And i think the table is one of those. Few places left The thing i haven't figured out the square. I haven't the circle. I haven't squared is. How do you get the person who doesn't want to hear about race. Doesn't want to talk about it. How do you get them into an inviting. Space will their lease. Listen and maybe engage. I haven't figured that out. Because i'm a lotta the spaces that i've created to have dialogue. It's usually people who are you. Know they're down with the costs That's needed right because we all need to re check in with each other learn from each other but we really have to start expanding these circles to get the folks that don't want to hear it. Is it worse to have the black man or woman who's I dunno of fifty plus That is just jaded for obvious reasons and doesn't want to have that conversation. Oh or the opposite side of that you have the white guy or woman who is just you know a a test to no end or is it worse to be somebody. Stop that come on. Is it worse to have somebody that appears to be apathetic or maybe not apathetic. But as you said doesn't wanna have the conversations just because it's comfortable they're not you know this way or that way but you know i do people i talked about but they those almost seem to be to me like the people that would help fold in and get more people into this positive coalition mindset that you're talking about yeah i think wherever you come from the to me the most challenging situation is somebody who doesn't wanna listen so what i'm trying to do by creating these spaces with food and other things. I'm trying to get people to appoint with just at least listen to somebody. They may judge what they hear. You know whatever but if we can just start listening to other people and you know like the reason why i say depending on where you come from is because i know a lot of people who are very confident that they're not racist you know they don't have a problem and you know you find that they haven't done a lot of self examination so they got stuff that they need to work through but they think they're so good that they don't need to do that work right and there so they're on everybody else but you know we all have a lot to learn from each other and about ourselves so how do we continue this momentum When we talk about the younger people that you said that was heartening to you to see those everybody kind of getting into the to the streets and and coming together to to promote this. But you know there continues to be a you know an overwhelming number of Boomers out there. That are you know one way or the other and my concern continues to be that. This moment is different and eventually it loses theme. And then what like. There's something else happened and it just is worse. I guess. I don't. I don't ever see where it's not. I hate to say right right. No i hear you on that. And that's that's one of the things that's one of the pitches. I actually make to people about why we need to be in dialogue. Because if we can just start talking we could probably prevent some stuff from happening Or at least have the support system set up when something horrible happens i'll give you an example You know six years ago. There was the guy that walked into the black church in charleston south carolina and killed that bible steady group and i was always fascinated by the fact that we didn't see a lot of rioting and charleston After that what. I found out and talking to people in that community is that A lot of the community had been engaged in dialogue about that. So in that horrible moment they rallied and There was a cohesiveness that was maybe a little bit unexpected because of the the benefits of that dialogue. And i'm just hoping that we can do that in other communities because unfortunately there are things are going to happen. But maybe we can mitigate the effect that prevent things happening and so. That's why. I think it's really interesting that we're starting to see people engage with law enforcement To build a more community based policing model. You know the the conversations about reimagining policing and we have also people looking at other aspects of the side. I don't know how can we support black entrepreneurs to close the wealth gap you know. How can we eliminate the things that are happening in housing in all of these other what i call opportunity gaps that show up in different areas. And that's just a a nice The name i came up with For disparities racial disparities in different things access to capital education healthcare So i think it's a really interesting time but we need creative people and we need people are willing to stick Stick with it. Because like i said earlier this is gonna be messy. This is not easy stuff that we have to get through. And then once we have the discussion about race. We've gotta talk about gender. What happened in the native americans. I mean there's a lot of stuff to work through in our society. Do we need younger people. In in all forms of politics local federal stayed all that absolutely. I think we need the younger people engaged in. My hope is that the older people will listen to the younger people and not dismiss them and say okay. Yeah yeah yeah young ends. Y'all need to go and sit in the corner I think we need a vibrant intergenerational discussion. And i think we would benefit tremendously from here in that And you know. I have friends that have told me you know. I'm kinda tired. Man whatever the youngest one to do. I'll just you know i'm i'm down with that and i. I'm hoping that people will be a little bit more engaged than that but Yeah i think we. We need to talk across gender lines age race. All of these lines. We just need to start talking and listening to each other. I've often had the perhaps unpopular remedy for this whole racial situation. And i actually pitched it a number of years ago to akil smith who was the at that point. The had african american studies at a high university my alma mater and we were I think that's one. The paula deen Racial thing came out a bunch of years ago so That was the first time on the show that we talked about race. And i said hey you know easy fix anybody. That's older than five gets terminated. We have to kill them all now. Is society going to be a little rough with five. Year olds running the roost. Could there be some. You know deaths because people do not feed themselves or go to the doctors. Because i mean we're killing. Everybody but i mean if you if you take away the dramatics of that fixes right. I mean five years old even if you have the worst mom or dad on either side of the equation. You're probably not imprinted at that point. And now they're gone and you're just like hey we're just trying to survive here and you're brought together everybody's working together and now you've basically come up with a generation of five year olds. That didn't know anything better an old by the way there's nobody to influence we've killed everybody me included you included age but sacrificing for the greater. Good i mean that's kind of Outrageous but it would work and that's the most serious reset arguments i've ever heard but you know wait but yeah it's it's interesting right because don't we often look at little kids and they don't care right they just wanna play on but as they age right. They get messages from society in. This stuff replicates because i've seen Through previous generations. The hope that the young people through some means would bring more Harmonious racial future together. You know. I think people said that about motel music and then we said it about hip hop right we thought. Oh yeah this is gonna but we still see these these racist Structures replicate themselves So that's a that's intriguing. Idea probably not going to happen. Not an average report yes. of course. we're both not five so that means ultima termination nevertheless all right so Anything else you want to talk about here before. I let you go tonight. I appreciate the extended time this evening. Yeah you know. And just because we're talking about racial justice. I just Employer your listeners. To engage people Just understand mistakes are going to be made. Don't be hesitant because you didn't you. You're worried about offending somebody. You know that stuff's going to happen but we have to start talking each other engage each other if we're gonna have the future we want and You know i'm trying to figure out how to get there myself. I don't have all the answers. But i'm just hoping there are more people that really wanna be on that journey open honest conversation right here with adrienne miller was certainly appreciated. The soul food scholar. You can follow him on twitter. You can go to his website. Adrienne miller get the new book black. Smoke everybody's getting in reading it loving it and he will sign it for you and appreciate you coming back on turnover a week after last the going through those technical hurdles but much better this time and always appreciate the time. We'll do it against all right man. Thank you so much. There is adrienne miller right. They're talking about race. Everybody not necessarily down with that because this is the barbecue and grilling show. But guess what we're gonna be talking about important things on the show try. Sometimes they have nothing to do with barbecue or grilling. That's all right. Gotta do it. Is adrian set. We got to engage. Let's do that all right. Let's let me remind you. By the way you can find. Adrienne miller over at adrian. E miller dot com and. Grab copy of the book. He's going to send one to me. He will have autographed it and then we will give it away on the show through some type of call in or email or whatever and then. I will countersign if you want again. It's not a requirement. But if i send you the book and you don't ask for me to sign it i'm not gonna just sign it on my right. That would be tacky. But if you want me to sign it i will. I'll do what i've done. Plenty of time all right. Let's go ahead and wrap up. This show will be right back. And we'll do.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Is to have famous dave anderson scoop me on my big day. Dave how you how dare you. And that's what happened. Just people were fun. Barring me with tweets words out. We all know who's in. Guess what that screws me. I was playing hooky from work wednesday. Take my boss knew that no you think he knows. Now yes formerly employed peterbilt salesman. Greg rebbe right here before we get to adrienne miller. Let me talk to you quickly about green mountain. Grills lines to choose from a choice line if you want to save a couple bucks if you don't need all of the stuff that comes along with a lot of the technological pellet cookers out there these days get the choice line they cooker jim bowie middle cooker. Daniel boone. good size either. Way if you want the biggest one jimbo middle-sized annual both accommodate the piece of an insert. Sodas the prime plus line. We'll get to that here in a second but you like to be around the cookie like the feel of it. You want to see stuff. You don't wanna be told everything's fine. Now you want all the other gadgets. Technology so-forth prime plus line is what you want it's got pecan windows on the main cooking chamber pellet hopper you now have wifi can activity. You can download an app. Control the grill right from your phone. If you want to make cooking temperature judgments upper down you can turn it off if you want to. You can set step by step cooking instructions. So if it hits a time or attempt it will now go to step two or step. Three technologically advanced like no other cooker out there on the market today. That's prime plus spend a couple of extra box. Get a little bit more robust bill to internal beat pro. Bliss goes on. It's up to you. What kind of cook are you pick. The right one sold by dealers. So green mountain grills dot com. Find a dealer nearest you and then they will educate you. You will find the cooker. That's right for you. you'll take it home. You'll be successful right off the bat so when win go to green mountain. Grills dot com. That's green mountain. Grills dot com check all the products that they have their pellets. Sauces rubbed off away. You go green on grills dot com. We are back with adrian. Miller stick around right back. You're listening to the number one most downloaded barbecue and grilling podcast anti where the barbecue.
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"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Fun and for lulu show if you want to jump in on the show tonight more than happy to have your phone calls and emails. Here's how you do it. You can get in touch with the show by calling two one. Six two two zero zero nine. Six six email greg. Maybe hughes central show dot com on the twitter instagram said. Bbq central. So anything else you wanna find out about. The shell can be found at the main website. The bbq central show dot com. And here's what's happening coming up in about thirteen minutes from now. It's first tuesday. Pardon me choking on myself. It's the first tuesday of a month and that means in the first hour a regular visit from the creator of how to barbecue. Right malcolm reed will be joining us shortly. We'll be recapping time at memphis in may last month you would recall. We got a sneak peek advance about a week out of the competition and now three weeks removed or so. We will get malcolm's recapping if you're following along you saw that. They took sixth place overall in the world for ribs. We'll talk to malcolm bunt ribs finished talking about the weekend. Might get into a little. A five stake personal tastings amongst us as well so we'll see how it goes. We can answer your questions to if you trickle in here through phone calls and emails. Then after malcolm read. I will be joined by the author of the very acclaimed and hotly red black smoke. Adrienne miller joins the show friend of shell but on the show number of times. And we'll talk about the new book. And how it's going and the impetus for writing the book. What he looks to uncover or reveal or introduce everybody this reading it the backstory behind the book and if time allows we'll talk about the five total hall of fame inductees from last wednesday's exclusive. Reveal that will be adrienne miller and that will be closing out your first hour. Then we'll move to the second hour at the very top because we had singing last week in the second month of barbecue. Central shows american idol edition. That means we have yet. Another person getting kicked off. I have the results believe it or not. And they were not even close. And it might stagger your brain. As far as the voting went and result to one through four and who will be kicking off this evening. I'm not gonna let the cat out of the bag right now. So you'll have to stay tuned until the very top of the second hour where we will reveal. Who was getting the second boot first boot was dog of course longest running bed correspondent from texas and we will have the second getting booted off top of the second hour and that will only leave three of us as we are now like technically into the semifinals. Two of us will go to the finals where we will do a recorded produced duet and then in the finals as we did last year. Whoever the final lists are will be singing. Live their songs for your votes. So it's hot it's back it's better than ever. It's american idol barbecue central show edition and people are loving it and buy loving. I mean tolerating it under protest then after that learning the results of month to we will be joined by the other first tuesday of the month regular guests. Sam the cooking guy in the second hour have a lot of food talk ready to go in the chamber as they say we'll see if we get to one bit of it but the plan is that we will get to it. We'll see how it goes. So that your show setup for this evening coming up in a few short minutes. Malcolm read adrienne miller after that results for the barbecue. Central shows american idol addition at the top of the second hour then sam the cooking guy for the duration or as long as he sees fit. If you're not following me socially please do it. Instagram twitter tick tock and snapchat at bbq central show for live video feed of the show. You can also go to facebook and twitch slash bq central show also on youtube slash r d remedy. If you miss the big reveal if you've missed all the social media and all that other stuff from last week's hall of fame announcement here's who's going in meathead from amazing ribs dot com going in or should i say in also in for twenty twenty. One ali gates gates barbecue. Kansas city and the third living member going in rodney scott from south carolinian. I believe is robert. Moss pointed out in his cue sheet earlier today. That robert I'm sorry the rodney king is the first south carolinian to go into the barbecue hall of fame so an extra bid of bonus for those that are in south carolina and hold that in high esteem and regard. There were also two legacy members. Which i'm not going to remember right off the top of my head Arthur bryant i believe will was one of them and then there was Lytle darn it. I'm gonna forget your full name. Lytle but i apologize. You're into your in during the last name. I'm gonna take a stab at and i know it's wrong so i i'm actually not going to take a stab at because it sounds like it's an illicit drug and i'm not gonna do it so light ally apologize and we'll go from there listener feedback from the shelves. Cedric in new york. Writing in greg taking in the second hour as i get in some yard work and i have to say you guys and the singing is something else. It's not good. But i certainly appreciate everybody's effort and production value. You wouldn't catch me up there doing what you guys are doing. That's for sure catch up or continue the good work all right all right. We will continue the good work as we will press ahead to week. Four of june. We'll find the third month of barbecue. Central shows american idol edition if you can believe it or not email from fritz. Hey greg i just wanted to let you know that my wife. And i have been enjoying the podcast during our travels for the last year or so since we found out about the show. Thanks for the entertainment next guests. Have you ever had mattie. And kiki canada's favourite female grill masters on your part on your podcast regards fits i have not got nothing against mattie and kiki. You might find an argument amongst some that. There may be other canada's favorite female grill masters myself why put a label on it. Why female or male. Why not just favourite grill masters. Do you have a favorite male canadian. Grill master maybe you do. Maybe if you wanna stay in the gender genre you might have an argument about favourite canadian. Female grill. Masters that with me to saying in general. You never know what's happening. I have not had meaty in key. Wait a second i have. Nah andrew. You are not. I have not had maddie and tv on the show. It's not out of the realm of possibility but they have not been on the show. Tim in oklahoma writes it. Greg you mentioned something about rule number two of the show a few weeks ago. I'm fairly new listener and wondered if there were if there were any other of the shell that i should be aware of love the show and thank you for doing it. Well ten if there's a rule number two of the show that at a bare minimum there has to be a rule number. Rhonda i think but since you brought it up and we haven't gone over it and bonds perhaps even well over a year. I will tell you now that there are currently five rules to the show. There is no rule that there is only five. A new good rule is proposed and.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Monthly visits from her killer. The cooking by a man named meathead the author of barbecue bible a grill girl briskly barbecue journalist and the male facing so the barbecue world known as the embedded. Correspondence only found right here. Barbecues central show this portion of the show being brought to you by pitt barrel cooker the most unbelievable outdoor cooking device on the plan currently available in two sizes with a host of accessories whether you're a beginner or professional definitely a cooker. You wanna add the arsenal. But the pit broker dot com. Tell them the barbecue. Central show sent you and we are almost halfway through the year may twenty twenty in may one of the biggest barbecue events. Each year memphis in may was cancelled. I also spoke with darren. Warfare show from iowa smokey dis and while he was planning a run at memphis in may that was dashed. Obviously he did mention that. During this point in the pandemic has restaurants were actually doing very good business. It was obviously a mostly take out and drop off. Catering things like this versus dining in but Much like a lot of li- fire industry and especially barbecue restaurants. That saw a lot of fast casual service. Were doing a pretty well given the circumstance also in may the barbecue hall of fame at at a new announcement exclusive to the show. Emily park announced the nine semi finalists right here before they distributed their electronic alert across the internet then through various news wire platforms. We did right here on the show. Three of those names would make up the twenty twenty class and that was going to be found out a little later in the month. Meathead was a part of those nine semi-finalist names again. Would he get in this year. Stay tuned on the recap in. May the state cook off. Association held a competition steak. Cook off in utah. And i had the host of the pit master podcast on to talk about the experience because they went and cooked it. Stake continue to hold events from that point on that to me that seem to be a floodgate or a watershed or a tipping point. However you wanna talk about it that seemed to be the measuring stick on. Are we going to press ahead with sca events or after this. Are we going to back off. And they pressed ahead full steam ahead. I didn't see many. Were there any as he events even got cancelled after that. I'd i'd probably don't think so. So they were running a full slate pretty much from then on. Also that month we had a barbecue hall of fame roundtable. Show where ahead. Daniel vaughan from texas monthly ray lampy who had just recently been added to the names committee and one of our show pals and favorites adrienne miller. The soul food cook became on and talked about ray added to the committee. And what those thought about that. And then of course. We talked more in depth about the nine semi-finalists and then i concluded that roundtable by asking everybody who they were going to be voting for but of course. Nobody answered me which is fine. No glanville from pitt barrel cooker was a guest in may and showed us around the and this was an exclusive look by the way of the pit barrel cooker lifestyle room in laval they had also just recently settled a big lawsuit with one of their now former competitors that being barrel house cookers and noah mentioned the pbx vaguely level. No release dates. No price points nothing other than the cooker would probably be in that fifty gallon range but aside from talking about it it never officially launched in twenty twenty also in may the embedded correspondent segment focused on who we would pick for the two thousand twenty class the barbecue hall of fame more importantly the finale of the barbecue central show american idol edition took place. There was against me jeff rice. We sang a produced duet if you missed the show last week. You're getting up to speed now if you watched the show last week. It's a little bit of a repeat but we're doing the show and order this week again. We sang a duet that was produced. The big enrich smash hit. Save a horse ride a cowboy or i changed the words at the very end of the song. Save a horse ada. Sorry what was it. Eat a horse. Say eat a horse a cowboy and then not to be outdone with the produce duet which i still mind blown that. We actually pulled that off. We sang live gesture like in wisconsin. And i'm in cleveland. The rock and roll hall of fame city and the barbecue capital of the north coast. Oh by the way cleveland. Also evidently outlaw biker gang that i never knew about capital of the work different story for a different day we sang live right here on the show i saying in oran be show to get outside of the box and it failed jeff saying ring of fire by johnny cash and he. He boat raced me. Those votes came in fast and furious. Not a one for me for at least forty eight hours boat race incredible. The barbecue hall of fame class was officially announced in may aaron franklin joe john davidson and desharnais robinson. All made the cut making up the two thousand twenty class. That was may twenty seventh when it was originally announced. I didn't get into the podcast feed until june six. So if you wanna hear that. Make sure you go into june. It's june six. You will actually see that listed into the podcast feed now. We officially go into june halfway through the year now. Aaron franklin came on to talk about his newly minted status was barbecue hall of famer although he didn't realize that he was even in the running again the year until i had texted him minutes before the names were going to be revealed saying. Hey if you're on. Can i call you meet reaction and he said hey neat if i'm around and i'm available i'll definitely take that call We also talked about how his business was doing through. The pandemic at that point never landed joe don davidson for an interview. Unfortunately i also tried to lineup disarray. Robinson and from cozy corner barbecue and tennessee. And i had it.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I believe that joe biden and kamala harris who for their past when it comes to criminal justice right. This isn't a hey let everyone get out of jail. Free card this aid. Let's do the right thing you know. You don't take a twenty four year old son to prison for forty years. You don't take drug addict who's allow people to sell drugs out of his house to support his habit. A license under twenty one years fifty one. You just don't do those things. I believe that you know people are redeemable so i think that there should be ways for people to earn their way out. I think there should be second chance at second looks. If you're doing the right thing in prison they should be able to go back in front of your sentencing judge and say hey look i changed my life. I'm no longer threat to the community. All we don't what happened with the first step back. We got four sentencing on reforms and only one of those retroactive which was the crown which is still eighteen to one right along the night twenty four c stacking cents under as disproportionately destroyed african americans. The numbers don't lie but they changed that law but they didn't make that retroactive for all the people that are suffering prison now. Same thing with twenty one eight fifty one on they change those mandatory minimums. It's no longer life. It's now a sensing sposato longer. Life with the twenty five or two prior drug felonies. the second one They changed was twenty. One to fifteen if you've got one prior that's not needs to be made retroactive. Right away on all these programming things that they put the first baronet said people can earn. Time you're getting all kinds of messages from prisoners out saying hey it's almost impossible that giving time off and if you do it's just a very little because b. Oh ps not implementing it correctly. Or you know. There's things that player so we need to do that type of stuff and i think under this administration. They have an opportunity to fix things to make things better while still making the community safer. I can tell you from experience. John dom after you've spent a significant amount of time in prison don't eight years. Nine years. ten years sutton clicks there. You see you know what i respect. The framers found important. And i always say that like liberty and the pursuit of happiness. You appreciate freedom and family. And you're like man. I will never in my life committed. Another cod outnumber jeopardize my freedom. Because i know how good it feels. And there's thousands and thousands of men and women in prison that the same way on you got people like adrienne miller and shannon bentley selena deal these are all women stuck in coleman that are getting a second chance and there's people dying over there at the colon prison there's people being affected with kovin legionnaires disease had a sexual assault thing going on over there with staff that went to the courts. People like james jimmy. Romans sense the life for marijuana. Christopher hunter jeremy gauge another dining deserves to get out of prison. His wife's advocate aren't for him now. Violent drug offender. You give them twenty five years. He really deserve that. Is that what we need to do as a country. So joe biden can fix these things but he can he can. Bigger people are talking about clemency arms. Right now with with donald trump got people out there advocating right now saying hey look. Let's fix this now. Let's get a bunch of people clemency. Angelo's amy poehler. Kevin rincon w campbell all these people. Lisa jacoby you've got people all over fighting for clemency right now but joe biden can come in. And let's do some clemencies for the people that didn't get the retro effect off of the for step back. If you can't get the setting and the house outboard what would you have the power to start brenton. Clemencies these people in owens three hundred years nine twenty four c stacking. Oh it's outrageous man talking about donald trump for a minute to go back to that and also bring it back to two biden around clemency. So trump trump has done pardons and granted clemency. I don't know what the list is. I wish it was a lot longer. But but there's been some in obama in his second term to the end. Did the same. But i think with obama. I don't think this is the case with trump. but he his clemency You know run. Or you know the number that he did kinda got held up in procedural things right they just they kind of ran out of time and there were a bunch applications that i don't know if they even got reviewed. But so how how do you avoid. How do you avoid that. And it's the best way or is there. I mean if there is a way to get it through congress in the senate and all that you could pass a law that could just do it in one fell swoop and avoid having to go through. You know one by one these Clemency petitions well. This is the thing i think. There's a bunch of things that they do on like you said we'll bring it back to trump right now. Trump can grant clemency to a wants to people. Are others robert evans. He's paraplegic african american. Sense the life for drugs. Non-violent drug offender. he's in bad shape. I've spoken to his wife and they're afraid he might die. Any day got denied compassionate. Release the just as well. You know what you know. Too bad. You gotta licensing. That meant you're going to die in prison. Not the it was the same. That was the same sense in judge. I soon yeah the sentencing judge me and weldon angelos both worked on his clemency petition. Put it in advocate for him. Like i said germany games but shrunken all but what has to happen under the biden ministries. There's there's numerous things that have to happen. I think he can come in right away and clemency of the people that didn't get retroactive effect off for step back where the laws for change cory booker challenged all of them other debate states to do that. He said i'm telling you now i'm challenging. Everyone you're if you're elected president to fix the people that we did release so that's the first thing i think they can do going there. Clemencies i mean you can visit the first thirty days on second. I think there needs to be criminal. Justice reform legislation implemented to also make. Good stuff retracted. That we just spoke about from the first step back. there's also also be legislation for second chances and second looks where people like matthew. Charles i mean everyone knows the story of charles where you can go back into court and say. Hey look judge. I did change my life and this is why am today on the longer threat to public safety and the biggest indicator of that is what my rehabilitation behavior while in prison. So i think there needs to be legislation for that as well off. I think not thank something has to be done. I'd like to speaking about this a little bit. The last week talking to people if they're playing games included nineteen over. Well i think we need to I think we need to get a vehement march down there at the white house and let the know here. We want real criminal.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Hey. How's it going champion sharks we have two guests to food writers. I will let them introduce themselves and where you can find him and the topic is might be a little bit of a weird one but I think. People are so heated about it that I think there'll be a lot of a lot of interest apparently and it's about corn bread and with their eat it's sweet and savory or Savoury and why did they even exist in what that Kinda says about tells us about regional food in in general thinking it can go through some interesting places I introduced. we return guests Adrienne Miller can just say, Hi and let the people know where to find you. Sure. Adrian Miller, the soul food scholar, and you can find me on twitter and instagram at soul food scholar and on facebook I have my own fan page, the soul food scholar. Oh, Nice Nice, and we are first time guests, Caffeine Purvis. Yeah gives tell the people where to find you and..
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Me? A. The nominations that I wrote for Jon, Marcus and Sterling Ball. Were incredible. As to the point where I can't believe both of them are not voted in yet. They were persuasive. They were regaling of tale of a different things that they have a cup. All things I researched on my own. And I get a I have no idea. Rent be hosts a radio show. This is textbook when I talk to you about how you should or should not be nominating people. Do you think if these people on the nominating committee? Adrienne Miller Robert Moss Daniel, von, the list goes on. They get this. Do you think they spend five seconds arguing if I should make it into the nine semifinalists named hardly. The Guy nominating me doesn't know if I have any awards, accomplishments or honors. Immediately dismissed. I mean come on. Don't forward that to me if you make that effort. And more to the point. If this is the effort you're going to make, don't don't Bob. Save me the trump. Stew over this for a week. You kidding me. Meet had your way better this. You're a writer by profession. You couldn't pull something off better than this. I don't know if. I. Feel like I should nominate you as poorly around I mean. Come on. What are we talking about? Come on head. You're better than that. My nomination should be better.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Oklahoma Joe was in wonderful. Homa Joe. For the folks that aren't familiar with Oklahoma jove. Do you WanNa? Give us a quick run back on him. you know he pays for a lot of things. He I would say notably the Oklahoma Joe Smoking and then also did Oklahoma Joe's restaurant with other end up the Jeff Feeney who Bush was here in Kansas City they often kind of started doing their own thing I years back, but there's still some of his Oklahoma Joe's restaurants that there in Oklahoma now That's just two of his I mean he is. Dedicated to educating barbecue as well competition barbecue so his. I would say every asset of his life. Some sort of barbecue reference to it let it be working, making a smoker or being competitions, or you know sharing his knowledge with others, so we're excited to have him in all right, so Oklahoma Joe is in by the way for anybody that would like a little bit more background on him. If you go back and listen to two weeks ago I had Ray Lampy and Adrienne Miller and Daniel von on just search through the archives Array, dozen extremely great job of explaining who Oklahoma, Joe. Joe Is and how he was a Rockstar back in the day, he did a whole kind of thumbnail biography of him. That's definitely worth listened to go back to. If you're not familiar with him, but everybody knows Oklahoma Joe smokers. If you're in this game whether you're just getting in two weeks ago, or if you've been in for decades like myself and a lot of these other folks so That's the second one, so we have desharnais Robinson. Oklahoma Joe is in as well and here is number.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Of fame. Which is one reason why I got involved but I think that it's starting to show a nice spread of diverse styles in different genres within barbecue. So I think that's good bye Mike Ray said we have a lot of work to do still But I I WANNA see more people of Color in the in the barbecue fame and more women now just have that represented Daniel given the items that have taken place over the past few years last two years especially given the willingness to show transparency by the American royal putting names to committee members letting the public see the semi-finalists and so on what in your opinion could still be improved as you look ahead into the next two three four years of class. Well I mean one of the main thing that could be improved is Just the the number of nominations that get in You know in the the reactions that you see from people immediately after these semifinalists lists come out. Well what about this person? What about that person unless we have that name in front of us to look at In you know during that nomination process they're not going to be considered and if you don't if you don't turn into nomination of someone who really believes belongs all of fame than that. How are we gonNA talk about them? How are they gonNA ever make it in there so it a little bit more of a sort of put up or shut up Needs to happen from some some of the naysayers One of the things though that I think really improved is And we've talked about it really bluntly in the nomination committee is You know we've certainly seen better representation from a racial standpoint an hall of fame but you know the Barbecue Hall of famous still looking for that one African American who's still alive to accept a their their spot in the hall of fame. And so that's something that You know possibility of changing this year but Yeah so there's you know there's still some improvement I think also just being able to if we look further back in history and really start rewarding. Some people who Had a really big impact on barbecue just these days because maybe their contributions were long long ago Their names to be really all that well known today Finding ways to get them in the hall of fame majoring. Yeah I've just what Daniel said I was GONNA say we've created this legacy category to just really take a look at those Giants Barbecue. Who just aren't well known today. But in their time they were legends. All right so let me ask a racially weird question here in Atlanta have Adrian here to ask you because your other two guys probably wouldn't be able to answer the right way There is talk of diversity and you know I mean I get it but so is there a or are there eggshells being walked around to where there is either a need to feel like you need to nominate A certain number of African Americans or women Or is that not brought up? Or I mean I I want diversity like the next guy but you know how do you? How was that done appropriately when you have such a vast array of names that you can really not account for? Because of how racially unjust. The country was hundreds of years ago. Right so I don't think we go into it with a specific number mine but we're trying to step back as we look at the nominations and try to find balance as we go through and then the other thing that I think is important we all want to have an inclusive hall of but we also want people who represent excellence and Barbecue so We may have diverse nominations. But you know frankly talk about what what has been this person's contributions to barbecue Fortunately there are a number of people of Color and women who meet that threshold But yeah we're we're looking for inclusive inclusivity but also excellence of Barbecue. So I think part of it is a balancing measure. The legacy category is GonNa help in that sense because the the committee is really working on that So I I think it's A lot of moving parts again. There's a whole lot of people who could be in the hall of fame And we have a limited number of spots so It's going to take some time. But I think we're GONNA make some serious strides in the next few years as the new guy. I would. I WanNa tell you my experience with this meeting that we did a couple of weeks ago and it was really for one. I'll tell you all that. It was way more serious in way better than I somehow expected. Because of lack of transparency in the past we all had our questions but one of the things. I really felt about it was the whole group. Felt like we were shepherding. The Barbecue Hall of fame in its young life right now so instead of saying well we need one black person one girl and a guy from Alabama and a guy from Carolina it was more about understanding that diversity in our list was gonna make everything better. You know I was just. I was disappointed last year when I wasn't part of it but the it was three old restaurant tour guys. Two of them that had passed already and one that was too too frail to make the trip will that was not diversity at all. I mean those are ones we happen to vote for but I think I took it as the the whole group was really more interested in shepherding the whole project instead of saying we need one of these in one of these and and that made me feel really good about the whole thing. Dan Did you have anything to add. Here I go to break well I must admit that I'm not able to hear the responses Of the other folks on the call so I hope I'm not repeat anything but One of the things. We're also looking forward not not just with diversity for males and females and You know and racial diversity as well. We're looking at diversity across You know just different types of contributions and so you know we're as you've noted before you know the committee the Nomination Committee is made up of lots of lots of writers and authors so We certainly don't want it to be just a whole list of writers and authors sewer up the nominations But we also know that people who are on television and people who are restaurant workers are going to be more well known to the general public so we feel like it's just as important to make sure that we have maybe lesser known names In you know including people who are certainly big in the competition world Who might not have as big a profiles because they haven't had a television show or a book or whatnot But still have really important contributions to the barbecue community so Diversity takes many different Different shapes here all right. Stand by guys here as I do a quick bit of business and we'll come back and actually talk about the shortlist of nine here. We're talking with Daniel Vaughan Adrienne Miller and Dr Barbecue. Ray Lamb beat. Let me talk to you quickly..
"adrienne miller" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"We should say they want to sing. A man always get weird about it. Because it's like you know it's just it's so almost corny Yeah but it's like at this age in our lives you know but it's it's like you say it's just been so that's why we do and that's why. I reported it several times on instagram. I love it now my next now. The roll call wouldn't ask roll-call started when we move. We were doing Friday flavors. They put us on overnights for a month to try US out. He's like okay. I WanNa put you guys on nights you. You're going to be going against this poor man. He does. This thing called love line. He's number one night show in L. A. Year period. You need to find something that can beat him. You know come up with the benchmark so we were talking to our friend. Adrienne Miller who the same guy. Who helped us with pistol grip pump? And he's like this guy and Saint Louis Do the same like a rap back thing with with with the kids. Call in Dr Frankenstein I think the guy's name was and so he he's like what's the name of that. Golden Rule by by Dr Whatever school. I could just a quick answer back who that teacher with the Golden Rule Mrs Johnson. Mrs Johnson I was like that's a dope idea. We're going to. We're going to expand on that. I saw like. Let's use the one for the trouble to retire. But he knows that started the old school rap records so it just went and just we. We're GONNA give you two Barth born again tomorrow. So we did a demo of it With Charlie widow who was on power at the time straight white dude and so we did the Delo is like we wrote the revenue growth the rat foam and everything and we played it for Rick. And he's right. This is my worst my work and we killed them them. Roll-call win on a whole different thing. And then everybody started copying it everywhere. Nobody I mean they took it from us and give it to Ed. Andrey in in New York. One hundred eighty seven because there was a sister station. Nobody ever did it like us. I mean even though there was somebody else who did it before us. We took it to another level. You know still today. People still remember that. Shit and that. That's why I tell people is like even though we haven't been on the air in La so long they still remember all shit. We did this and that is like amazing absolutely absolutely now when did digital. This is how did you. How did that come burs or you know? Tito was the engineer. He was the building engineer. Meaning he would come in and make sure everything was correct in all of the offices at At power one building so he would go from Florida floor and make sure the trash was taken out. Make sure everything was in line and he would come in the morning show And Talk to us and say what's up and pick out the trash and he was just so much fun he had good energy and Ariza said one day he minutes put him on the radio. I'm like what? What do you mean like this one radio? That's the kind of freedom that we had a parliament of this. If we felt that we something had wanted to be Duke One. It'd be done. We just did it and we you know we didn't have to ask for permission or anything. We just did it. And that's why things were so magical because it was natural. Put Him on the air and the rest of history. Yeah that just opened up a whole thing and you know he would come every morning to get our trash so why not going on the air. But we're GONNA talk to him anyway and.
"adrienne miller" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Walter Reed Medical Center on Saturday afternoon the White House said it was for a quick exam and labs now usually when the president has a physical stand at the White House sun schedule well known they talk about it so now this has the internet all the buzz the president trump was a victim of attempted poisoning or this is a way for plotting to resign suddenly a medical problem is going to make him resign it's for you know a dollar value all the Twitter Roddy and people are saying yet despite the criticisms and talk about this the White House released a statement by the way is a staffer Walter Reed not notified about the planned visit by the president CNN reported this stop not typical for a routine visit Jonathan Reiner cardiologists for former vice president Dick Cheney said that while he was in the White House the man he was told the Brooke trip to the White House than usual he was skeptical the trip out physical stand be scheduled in advance this according to Dick Cheney's former cardiologists some are saying that the president went there because he possibly was poisoned yeah Roger stone Alex Jones both said that course they're kinda on the friends there I got in foil hats on yes yeah the other people's is going to be a it presents going to stage a health resignation the Intelligencer reported Saturday afternoon trump's tend to see the down fall of downplays personal health restate concerning moment of his presidency when he went to Walter Reed hospital in beset Bethesda Maryland for surprise medical exam Cordy the White House trump visited the hospital for a quick exam and labs phase one of my yearly physical as the president later called us to our visit but I like is to prior physicals in office which were completed in one seating one sitting rather the Saturday visit was not listed on the president's official schedule hospital staff not aware trump was swinging through typically Walter Reed medical staff to get a notice about a V. I. P. visit the Medical Center headed that presidential visit notifying them certain closures of the facility that didn't happen this time indicating this is a non routine visit and scheduled at the last minute with the White House released a statement from the physician to the president he actually the physician to the president's his name Sean Conley actually has his own letterhead believe it or not kind of cool he said this past Saturday afternoon the president traveled to Walter Reed national Medical Center for routine planned interim check up as part of the regular primary preventive care he received throughout the year due to scheduling uncertainties the trap and the trip was kept off the record after a little more than an hour examinations labs and discussions president of a brief tour the hospital to visit some of the medical staff as well as speak with the family of a soldier undergoing surgery after which the president returned home to the White House despite some of the speculation the president has not had any chest pain no was evaluated or treated for any urgent or cute issues some said he was having stomach problems I say that as an aside specifically he did not undergo any specialized cardiac logical examinations a full summary of his labs exam will be incorporated next year's report but the president has consented to me in sharing with his total cholesterol is now one sixty five pretty good wow saying that's pretty good considering all those big macs is apparently having exactly that's what I'm thinking if he get many gives the split of the HDL and LDL he throws that in there today I'm healthy yeah so they don't know what happened there but somebody said it was a gastric problem at all these people are saying oh my gosh somebody's trying to poison the president and you think about that it's like wait a second that's that's actually a thing that's a concern as any of food tasters and whatnot so yeah I mean wouldn't somebody being couldn't somebody put a couple drops of something in his food and also in the sitting there in a falls over it turns out you're absolutely right sherry there is an official food taster for the president really his name is Walter Scheib he's the White House chef okay he's the one the taste the food before it goes out to anybody who goes out to the president yes he's the chief taster they said what's more the White House now has an elaborate system to keep food in for the first family and even state dinner safe primarily the kitchen works of companies that have undergone serious background checks I would hope so you don't hear about a lot of that food poisoning incidents at the White on no no no in the present in the president's kitchen is a book out by Adrienne Miller and he says that discretion is valued fight if you find someone bragging about the fact that they supply food to the White House you don't trust them so these are people that are very very the silent about what they do there was this great we absolutely have discretion a must and of course the Obama area error had the White House garden that you surprised friend supply fresh vegetables he added sometimes the most secure thing you can do is just go to the store and shop at the last moment you don't tell anyone what one favorite for White House chef is whole foods on P. St six seventy going in there by about just stop and think about that how many times as the president said you know he when he was on his campaign trail on the campaign trip all of sudden you know they have a hundred and fifty quarter pounder with cheese get delivered to the care somebody goes to pick up a hundred fifty and they they call a McDonald's say Hey we got a last minute order can you whip up a hundred fifty quarter pounders force yeah okay great and you know so they do that and give did look never saying who it's from them never saying who it's for because they don't want people to you know spin the burgers or whatever you know you get some goof doing that I I hate this guy amenities spit on his burger you don't want that he's so they just deal with the manager and that's why they do it very stealthily so interesting wow so one of those little things in it again this is what those rabbit holes I ran into when I was reading this story about what's going on with the president this said you know this following weekends like way does he have a food taster Google presidents food taster out there we go and by the way this is something that's been going on since the Reagan administration so give Reagan Clinton bush the H. W. A. W. bush it's a good idea to have that little extra insurance for the leader of the free world yeah kinda like to have that because you think of you know poisoning being something from back in the the medieval days but boy we you know we talk about an easy target if someone was able to do that man that's something so yeah that's the that's we learn about that's a still don't know what happened Walter Reed to guess it's zero a big nothing really surprises trying saying it's a big nothing but you know who knows what's going on there are more impeachment hearings today we'll talk more about that coming up a little bit and this is hilarious Strock stroke and page the two FBI lovers agent leaders waiting to hear this story when Peter strikes wife found out about their little affair that's right I forgot about that they were both married they both were only yeah and now the F. B. I.'s release the documents about when the wife found out this is really kind of funny it's five forty one right now Brad Sussman in for Brian talk radio five sixty KSFO let's say you just bought a house.
Twitter War Fuels Rush on Popeyes Chicken Sandwich
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily in <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this tuesday september third. I just can't help what myself a twitter war between popeye's and chick-fil-a is made some people just as bad as wet hands okay now. That's off my chest seriously. If you haven't heard about this twitter award. Let me get you caught up on august twelve popeye's debuted a new chicken sandwich called simply the sandwich. It was the fast food chains biggest launch of a new menu a new item in thirty years and as many observers have noted popeye's chicken sandwich seemed an awful lot like chick fil a.'s classic delicacy crunchy batter fried chicken pickles and spicy or bland mayonnaise squished you know brioche bun to some it was outright fast food plagiarism and two others. The popeye sandwich was just <hes> finger licking good on twitter one. This jato tweeted popeye's spicy chicken. Sandwich is the best thing i've ever had in my entire life. Clearly that couldn't stand not if you're chick-fil-a in a very mild case of poultry peak aac chick-fil-a reminded the twitter verse which fast food chain rightfully owns the chicken sandwiches storied legacy. The company posted a math problem bun plus. The chicken plus pickles equals all the love for the original. Get it you saw it here. First chick-fil-a wanted to remind everyone politely of course since since chick-fil-a must protect its reputation for stellar customer service it wouldn't do to be snarky well as twitter wars do this one blew up feeling thing henpecked twitter's had to respond and they did in huge flocks so popeye's which originated in louisiana and is now headquartered in florida fought back with just two carefully chosen southern words words which in other circumstances could inside a schoolyard brawl over a re tweet of chick-fil-a fillets math problem popeye's asked y'all good and with that as buzzfeed wrote the gauntlet was thrown twitter became a buzz as it is wont to do and for a few minutes there the heat was not about political fights but about who makes the best fried chicken sandwich naturally lesser chicken sandwich sellers wendy's shake shack rush to join the fight and every poultry player benefited gaining likes re tweets and followers but none more so ban popeye's which picked up twenty five thousand new followers in just a few days c._n._b._c. reported in the real world popeye's was loving this twitter war and the sales it spurred knowing that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Some customers tried to sell their sandwiches for hundreds of dollars. The washington post reported popeye's ran out of chicken sandwiches in some locations and began warning that they could soon become as scarce as hen's teeth then had happened. They ran out store by store and they had to post handwritten signs on their windows. Telling anxious diners that there were no more of the sandwiches by august twenty six six just fourteen days after launch there was nary a popeye sandwich to be found from coast to coast and that of course spark yet more tweets by customers clucking clucking their disapproval to that popeye's tweeted it will soon bring back the sandwich permanently this time now this being twitter in two thousand nineteen the controversy he did spark a lot of serious discussion and a superbly written piece in vox about the health of factory farmed poultry the labor conditions on those farms and in fast food restaurants and the exhaustion of popeye's workers toiling sixty hours a week because of our love of batter fried birds and it spawned a lot of other political talk to along with discussion about the racial racial differences in the markets for chick-fil-a popeye's but we won't get any of that here instead for the final say or we should call it the final cluck perhaps we'll turn to food writer and soul food scholar adrienne miller who says i thought it was a very fun food fight and nothing deeper than that although like the thousands on twitter miller miller couldn't resist weighing in i've had both sandwiches. He says and i give a slight nod to popeye's from what i've read. This is business wars daily. Now we cannot resist which sandwiches your favorite tweet us business wars. We really want to know hey. Thanks so much for listening. I'm david brown back with tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sen pro online online from pitney bowes with wpro online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash v._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.