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"amiel" Discussed on People of the Pod
"And <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> that makes me feel <Speech_Male> completely <Speech_Male> crazy, actually. <Speech_Male> So I <Speech_Male> constantly at hunter <Speech_Male> and other places kind <Speech_Male> of push Jewish <Speech_Male> studies into all the diversity <Speech_Male> stuff. And <Speech_Male> constantly <Speech_Male> say, look, if <Speech_Male> we're talking about these groups, we have <Speech_Female> to talk about Jews because <Speech_Male> we're as much a <Speech_Male> victim as anybody <Speech_Male> else is. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I said to somebody recently <Speech_Female> has been this <Speech_Female> reconfiguration <Speech_Female> in my own <Speech_Female> head where, <Speech_Female> you know, when we used <Speech_Female> to think about diversity <Speech_Male> and what it meant to be Jewish, <Speech_Male> as we all <Speech_Male> know, there was this <Speech_Male> idea that Jews were <Speech_Male> white. And I <Speech_Male> don't believe that anymore. <Speech_Male> I think we are <Speech_Male> fully on the side of <Speech_Male> people who <Speech_Male> have to deal with hatred <Speech_Male> on a day to <SpeakerChange> today basis. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> This <Speech_Female> is Jewish American <Speech_Female> heritage month. <Speech_Female> And AJC <Speech_Female> has actually <Speech_Female> dubbed it Jewish <Speech_Female> and proud month. <Speech_Female> I can not think of a <Speech_Female> better topic <Speech_Female> than <Speech_Female> an <Speech_Female> author, a Jewish <Speech_Female> American author <Speech_Female> who has written a book <Speech_Female> about <Speech_Female> some really <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> amazing, <Speech_Female> amazing <Speech_Female> Jewish <Speech_Female> commandos who <Speech_Female> had every <Speech_Female> reason to be proud. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> We are asking all of <Speech_Female> our guests this month. <Speech_Female> What <Speech_Female> being Jewish means <Speech_Female> to them? What makes <Speech_Female> you <Speech_Female> Jewish and proud. <Speech_Female> So I now <Silence> pose that <SpeakerChange> question <Speech_Female> to you. <Speech_Male> Well, <Speech_Male> again, if you had <Speech_Female> asked me this question like <Speech_Female> three years ago, <Speech_Male> what <SpeakerChange> I would have <Speech_Male> said was <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> open and <Speech_Male> embracing <Speech_Male> everyone <Speech_Male> and all this sort of, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I can't believe who I've <Speech_Male> become, but I've become this <Speech_Male> because of antisemitism <Speech_Female> in America. <Speech_Female> I wouldn't say <Speech_Female> that anymore. What I <Speech_Male> say is something I <Speech_Male> learned from the ex troopers <Speech_Male> and why I hope <Speech_Female> people get this book for <Speech_Male> their bar mitzvah <Speech_Male> kids because it tells <Speech_Male> us this. What <Speech_Male> does it mean to be Jewish? <Speech_Male> It means to <Speech_Male> fight, honestly. <Speech_Female> It means <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> know that you come <Speech_Female> from <Speech_Female> the greatest culture <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Male> people won't stop <Speech_Male> us, and we <Speech_Male> are diverse <Speech_Male> in terms of our language <Speech_Male> acquisition <Speech_Female> and our knowledge and <Speech_Female> that we reach schopenhauer <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and that we're cultured <Speech_Female> and we play piano <Speech_Female> and or <Speech_Female> we're working class <Speech_Male> whatever it is, <Speech_Male> but we have to <Speech_Male> be as far as <Speech_Female> I see now from <Speech_Female> these battles I've been doing <Speech_Female> over this last year. <Speech_Female> We have to fight for <Speech_Female> that on <Speech_Female> every front that we <Speech_Male> need to fight for it until <Speech_Male> this terrible, terrible <Silence> time <SpeakerChange> period passes. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Well, I <Speech_Female> wish you so <Speech_Female> much luck and <Speech_Female> courage and strength <Speech_Female> as you <Speech_Female> continue that battle. <Speech_Female> And yes, <Speech_Female> I have to agree <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> very inspiring. <Speech_Female> It definitely <Speech_Female> fuels <Speech_Female> that Jewish <Speech_Female> pride that <Speech_Female> we celebrate and <Speech_Female> hold on to this month. 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Thank you. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> You just heard hunter <Speech_Female> college professor <Speech_Female> Leia Garrett ask <Speech_Female> why Jews are left <Speech_Female> out of diversity, <Speech_Female> equity, and <Speech_Female> inclusion efforts. <Speech_Female> Next week, <Speech_Female> we unpack that <Speech_Female> very question with <Speech_Female> my colleagues Holly Hough <Speech_Female> nagle, AJC's <Speech_Female> U.S. director <Speech_Female> for combating anti <Speech_Female> semitism <Speech_Female> and Saba sumac <Speech_Female> of AJC <Speech_Female> Los Angeles. <Speech_Female> And if you missed <Speech_Female> last week's episode, <Speech_Female> be sure to tune in <Speech_Female> for a conversation <Speech_Female> with rabbi amiel <Speech_Female> hirsch about how <Speech_Female> a waning commitment <Speech_Female> to Israel has <Speech_Female> enabled and normalized <Speech_Female> a new <Speech_Female> wave of anti semitism, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and don't forget, <Speech_Female> let us know what makes <Speech_Female> you Jewish and proud. <Speech_Female> Call our hotline <Speech_Female> at 212-891-1336, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> you might <Speech_Female> hear your voice on the <Speech_Female> next <SpeakerChange> episode of <Speech_Music_Female>
"amiel" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
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"amiel" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"I mean one of the reasons. Why i that's just that we picked you as one of the top twelve. His david challenging companies the only network. That's not tied themselves just to one brand of challenges you did mention. I think we would. It's interesting you know we. We compete actively with peers in the that network space and we will have things for stronger on you know. We're not be pay. Not shall we don't have the banshee. We're not spending the money these guys could spend but we're independent and this is what we do think that that means we can flex and change shape change direction quickly which is great. So look we as. I say we've got over two hundred control units in the ground. We got tritium going in now. Both seventy five one seven five and now can keep bringing on Different hardware to suit the psych properly What is it about the campau stuff. The works with the apps as well. 'cause we saw that in the video so the actual dispense a very simple very sleep. Really good small display. But you can amiel phone. That's it but then take with you all of that out many of us do you can take it with you and look at your phone and say if you're having a meal went on to plug or how does that work it. It's it's a funny thing. Isn't it because we charge. That was we come. We know this point because we we get the credit as we should do full rolling out contests everywhere and then when we try and bring in based tech. We get shot now. We don't ask you've told you just leave a contract so so again yes. This is an optional thing. Should people wish to use this and by scouting. Qr code you can watch the charge right and the progress of the session through this clever camp off system Since i'm of course we'll bring that into the spray out but we want people to be able to enjoy it from the start so you again. It's just giving people more expertise. And i think why is it more is i think. If you're on a traditional stunner fifty charge you know you're going to work out where your charter is. And what time you come back to the car but giving me this dynamic system it's more more relevancy also also fun people i mean again. We're very lucky we have today. There's some very very interested people who loved the tech another isn't gonna be the case for the mass market but for many of the people there on the stand today. This is amazing. This is this is well enough so yeah all right well hang like a quick break and then we will come back and talk them all to end from spray so the podcast that i was talking to ian johnston from the spray charging that work and more of the interview when i caught up with him along with nick ramo ev. Nick at the fully charged live. Events is the is we. I adopted first. Adopters are very interested in tech a lot. I people be probably people will just buying ebay. Just based on the fact that they wanna see the day the tax you probably encourage people to buying ebay into the charges just so they can see the konczal job One thing i do want to say about the campo moving away from its actual cleverness the dispenser..
"amiel" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"And so i hope jack has enjoyed this. You know this continued. I hate to say relevance because that makes it sound like you're not relevant. But you know what i mean like this cultural. I hope it's been a positive experience for them. I mean like just contextualized the insanity of a number like four hundred twenty five million. Because that's the how many streams on duck that's the same amount as like a standard performing bt video on so right now jack the bt of advertising. And i am very happy for them. I hope that they are happy with that as well but yet that type of reach is unheard of like inserts like this is such an organic example of something just sort of catching on with generation and taking off but four hundred twice twice in. Somebody's lifetime that is that is unprecedented work still and thank goodness for cameo giving a revenue stream for people like this. Because here's the other thing that you don't necessarily think about it. You don't make money off these organic re-mixes once an ad is out of rotation is out of paid rotation your residual checks stop. You don't get money because some weirdo posted your stuff or wrote about it on ad week or whatever. You don't get any money so like i would. I don't know if jack's making good bank off of Of i doubt they wanna revisit this character in a formal way. But like i hope cameo is helped but i do feel like amiel has filled a gap that i personally always felt a little guilty about. Is that when an ad resurfaces says and nobody makes money off of it now. The brands benefit right. Like you can't buy berries and cream anymore but you can go buy starburst and so you i would. I would be shocked if starburst has not seen a sales spike from all this but that actors not gonna get any checks. And so and and i can't remember what about my head if if directors get residuals too but like. No one's making money off this thing except starburst so good for hope came in so if you like this ad maybe go book. I think it's real little lad or the little out on cameo. It's easy to find. Google be so that's well i appreciate you to kind of going down this this rabbit hole with me This is one of the most fun articles. I've ever ridden at ad week again. I love the fact that it's an ad that came out right when i was starting to write about it but but the other thing too is an i'll just if you've made it this far into this conversation you deserve to nerd out A little bit on non really deep advertising history here but like there's a bigger lesson in all of this. In culture in leadership creative culture twa chidchob but twa network. In general was unstoppable in the late two thousands. Just unstoppable. they were doing such incredible work. Thanks to jerry graff. Thanks to these folks but the talent that they had assembled by like twenty ten is is now considered like the absolute super team. If you were to have them all in one place you'd be like well. We couldn't afford to run this ad agency. It was like colleen decor corsian. Rob schwartz craig allen and And jerry graff. and and I mean it just keeps going..
"amiel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Some from all right. We're back. So a super fun story just popped up. Guess who's coming to town on Monday? That's right. President Joe Biden get a B in Denver. So that's why Civic Center Park is closed. It all makes sense now. So Dave, we are going to need to construct a list of dignitaries that we roll through on a daily basis in order to get downtown Denver clean because we can't have an all Star game every day. We can't have a president visit every day. And apparently, those are the things that have to happen to squeeze the toothpaste tube back to somewhere else. I mean, maybe we can have an Olympic games here that would clean it up. Yeah, I don't want the Olympics here. Yeah. It seems like a lot a lot a lot more traffic. You know, It's a lot of what we were supposed to in 76. I think we were going to have the Winter Olympics. And Governor Lamm, uh, kind of with the beetle on that. Well, I think that was a lie. Yeah. Especially now, the Olympics are too ridiculously prohibitively expensive. I don't think we get the return on investment that we want, and frankly, I don't think our infrastructure on 70 can handle it. I just You can put all the Alpine events in different. Scary isn't it would be a nightmare. Can you imagine? What if we have a rock slide? While the Olympics are happening, it would clean. It would clean all the homeless out of correct that we would that That would be something they would be gone. Okay. So at three o'clock, Joe Biden is going to also give some comments. About his new vaccine plan. We're going to talk about those tomorrow because I'm already eye rolling. But anyway, Dave back to our question, yes program. If you were enjoying a festive dinner at a friend's house and found a dead cockroach in your salad, What would you do now? I'd like to expand that. Let's say you're going to a fine dining restaurant. Yeah, still the same, And it's a big event and in the middle of your food as a cockroach In that case, what would you do? Well, that's actually happened to me. Not a cockroach. But having have you ever found like a gin, enormously long hair in your food. I was at a restaurant in this town. A very high dollar steakhouse. That, um, is very expensive. And I found a very, very long hair in my food, and I saw it before it went into my mouth. And what color was it? It was gray. It was like it, wasn't you. Oh, no, no, it was. It was a thick And I used the term horsehair because it was really thick like that. And it was great. And, uh and I called my server over and I said, I just found a rather large hair in my food. And he apologized. Profusely went over. The manager came over. He apologized. So sorry. So sorry, and I'm like, Look, it really doesn't matter. It's not a big deal. I just don't want to eat it. You know, they made me new food, but they did not take the meal off the bill. Which I thought was in a really, uh That's amazing. It's a similar thing happened to me with a cockroach. I'm going to fine dining restaurant and they're in the middle of the food is just dead Cock. It's actually my soup, and I call the waiter over and he says. What's the problem? I said. Right? What's this approach to what is what What is it doing in my soup, and he looked down and he said, I believe the backstroke that that joke is so old day. That joke is older than you. Okay. That's how I heard it from Mike Rosen just the other day. And it can't be. There's my point right there, Right. But, yeah, you have to comp Amiel when something like that happens. You know my worst restaurant experience, and I know that people are gonna want to call and share their so Maybe we'll make that a topic for tomorrow because I was in flight attendant training when I was in when I was training to be a flight attendant. I was one of the few trainees that had a car because I came from Tallahassee, which was only four hours away, so I drove my car to flight attendant training. Six weeks of training. It takes forever and we went to an olive garden. And we ordered lunch. There were six of us. We order lunch, and, like three of the meals came and the other three just never showed up. And so what? Are meals came? I asked, the waiter said, Well, where is the rest of them? And he's like, Oh, they'll be here in a minute, so they don't show up and I call the waiter over and I said Dude, where's the rest of these meals? And he's like, I don't know. I he just got really flustered. And I was like, Can I speak to the manager and he goes? Oh, no, I'm not getting the manager for you. And I went what now you have to understand. I had just come out of restaurant management when I went into flight attendant training, So this was my field that I had literally just been working in all the way through college. And I said What? And he goes, if if you complain to the manager, If I get one more complaint, they're going to fire me And I was like, Okay, let me explain what's going to happen. You're going to go get the manager or I'm going to have one of your co workers. Go get the manager, But I'm talking to the manager. We've been here for 45 minutes. We've got three meals. Three Never came. You have no idea where they are. So I flagged down someone they go get the manager. The manager comes over. And I lay out. The entire scenario is just a dumpster fire. He's horrible. Everything is awful. And the manager looks at me and says, And I quote. So what do you want me to do about it?.
"amiel" Discussed on Tourist
"It's absolute no mob is just hits in this book just as belated chips karma masking trump. So in love with me right now we dig into the rest of the east in front of our eyes. Whoever decided to put mayonnaise pickled onions coriander. And i've caught on chaps want to holcombe onians and she shredded could under looks up genia. Jesus christ heaven nabet hopefully chef. What was it like as a cape traveling places it year. We tallest family like adventure family. I've got friends who are like. Yeah like bits of the middle east and we went. We went camping. in france. may lows lows and those accompanying franson barbecues. We would try. We'd have amiel out holiday usually and we'd try something like snails. Frogs legs that we tried. You know french stuff anytime. We went outside of europe was soon to visit my uncle. Who's lived embarrassed. Bits of america. When i was nine you had to say him in arizona month nine. I put a stone. This enormous portions yummy moncus. Really let what's same sort of stuff but bigger you'd go and get let servant but the stake would be as big as your torso and will be lies because your hand each. But the problem is is it problem madonna. Soon as a is either. The i have the first night. Jesus christ as eating four days emulate a finished plate. Bigger amazing wonderful. I really love the air for steadily about holiday. Oh explorer e yeah uh-huh circuit the chili sauce. Hot sauce on my loved fries. Yeah nettie heaven got throats. That's cool excited. Very rarely same dot on house never following recipes. I'm making stuff up. We had lots spicy stuff. We did get take away. Bit a chinese and indian takeaway neither very good not so we had says out in the countryside. Don't someone about recent naval. We didn't have donald slept in avenue jumping places until we could drive and or tree is part of a trip to a cinema somewhere or something that you'd have get. It was always burger king when we had to win. Page never went in there very occasionally it was a rough and scientists mitchell scientists that i bet they probably that one. Yes bender newborn. They do ben during a round hope. Doke ditch maybe not goldeneye monty. How much meat has ever been anyway. Oh god i hate to have conquered and if here would be a fringe candidate saying some of to two hundred vegan friend of mine. Oh you being alternative anymore around. They will at night. You're still winning the plummet. I think some amazing how much easier it's go and to be able to -solutely night tweet feed like this. I think that's the other thing is people say gets to eat. Whole foods overtime. We'll check this muck out. National thing right with people are big into say. Well why would you want to get it. Why would you want to eat some meat. What you wanna fake. It meets delicious. And that doesn't this. Weird number of standups got stuff about it. But why why would you still want to taste it and see it thanks nice. I'm getting a bit full on ship fronts same old same old megan just a reminder that this was recorded pre pandemic back in the day when we could confidently book holiday and remember those days a should be something different from even boy faith like oh sure yeah these sorts of things and he's quick funny he's like i like things spicy spiciest little bit spicy me. I spicy stuff. When i was pregnant and breastfeeding. So quite smith only come up where i went really spicy mexican fade that offers that she saw this tiny baby being bit. Like fuck is axed. We are still eating. This glorious food starts to hate us and it starts to hit me especially in the most peculiar way. Do you get food drum delivery. Let it is interesting. Levers oversee cup co crasher should a crash the same thing naturally. Like mentioned in the intrepid justice own podcast is all about eats food for three and nearly two hundred episodes. And i'm really interested to hear from jess how that's progressed. And if anything interesting come out of all those conversations about food. I have a plan to have like a line on it. Like as in all didn't expect to have decides to be anti diet and that's the only thing that says every other opinion is welcome. Because i read is average sponsors. I get so much contact with people with disabilities eggs open honest about mine but you know. I'm getting concepts some bieber. Who in hospital with that. I cannot be responsible for any seven. I guess sometimes about being some cool any contact. I would have to call. Wouldn't be able to put the in about since getting hit.
"amiel" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"That our our effect to begin with still nepal garza mighty taking the charge on forging Sometimes you do outside but you want to do that but you gotta figure out how to affect the game in being tough tougher than with a normal levy road is you have to do because many do seventeen sixteen looking at you bite. Winning basketball games daylight managed to low as the court like. But if you're doing something as like. I'm i'm young like that's where musselman's audi has always been. You gotta do things would ever you got people to say Tough where he's suffer young league play like i want him on the court because if out there you not doing nothing like you. Eleven years old twelve years old. These guys are fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen years old england. Push you to the side just because you ain't just because you allow us twelve years old. That's that's definitely true You talked about having to play. You know with fifteen year olds. Sixteen year olds half into do too little stuff. I think that kinda creates the understanding and appreciation for doing what it takes to win right like you're a winner. You just do. It takes like if i got a score. Outscore if i gotta go guard. I'm mogo guard. Whatever it takes to win. I think that's kind of shaped who you are as a player who a lot of guys are as players because they'll do whatever it takes to win go from philly to villanova to the memphis grizzlies. I don't think a lot of people remember you. And mike conley battling it out for the starting garbage vision for the memphis grizzlies for those out there. That aren't familiar. Some of my younger younger crowded listeners. Kinda kinda describe your journey right in conventional you go to villanova draft in the first round. You go to get hurt right. You get hurt early in your career and you end up you mike balance starting position you end up getting traded like this like for listen up there. They don't understand how you became cow. Larry now six time all star Olympian future hall of famer champion like that path. In the type of mentality you had to have to overcome not only injuries but being traded rubric story right Literally rational orientation right. You know freshman. Gotta you know freshman. Year was so are headed. Asinine going fragmentation straightly gain at twelve o'clock playoff. Big time early i go. I think like games that we played at twelve o'clock at be on campus at like twelve thirty league Bland nobody like Before i even went to be on campus. Yeah whenever i go to school. When i came back in two months at surgery september. Twenty eighth back on the court cimber. Whatever december one bit before right at thanksgiving but you know my freshman ups and downs. You know i was inconsistent freshman. Apply yet nope. All juniors and sophomores were playing Brady foy Ray those guys are something in. I didn't have the no in Unfortunately towards aco must freshman year in its ornament note. Ever we go today. He comes back in start. Forward is four guys. Thanks to remove north carolina. the next year we Preseason each other's acl again coach like at played four bass players for guards. You know we kinda just roll with it. Go to miss. You drafted twenty four pig. Not too high not dead twenty four that you know it's not reliable. he's Player team of the year before team in the playoff team. They had high hopes raisins but that year. Ten games in. I think at a great greg gaming magic i don't i don't you know people know erica was done some. Is you know. Couple dozen my career People need you know we could pull up the highlights wounded them real quick But then we went to cleveland back bat In the whole year sh in is crazy. 'cause people don't like the nba's will like business. So i'm going to memphis as a. Hey you know. We're having a party you know they won't amiel. Companies come in iraq fans. Draft comes before pig. Mike conley lights okay. All right okay. Whatever it is. I'm not a hater Whatever gotta do to My second year was kind of you. Know whatever ended mike swaggie. We were close me and microsurgical to this day in. We basically push each other than battling with mike every single day. You know we kinda made each other brother neither. Neither one of us were shooters. We couldn't really shoot. The ball is like we are now. We were both trying to figure it out me. I'm nineteen i'm twenty. Nineteen we just kinda you know cigarette things out but going through battling i remember. We add coach coach today. I don't like their coach. Don't like i don't care don't like him don't like him. And i was going to damon. Damon stoudamire michael in me and we went to training camp and i felt like i have upgrade training. Can't play my butterball emery coast candidate. We're in spain that year call. You're not gonna play on these first couple of preseason games me like you've got the whole summer rehabbing risk your body right. You mind right in that. Hurt me so bad in like dan. This is this crazy. Like is a business. Because you know you've got gotta play davis Count with the fourth pig is the fourth day so he gonna play as in Plant we ended up. Losing a game. Coach ended up playing the anyway. Not gonna change. The game in the one thing is like the comes from all that is like always say like everything's not meant to be perfect tree but you gotta find a way to be effective. No matter what. I came in a game that changed the game in ever since that. You know that year illegal bag before i remember because it was such a close battle got a number four in makes his work in a love. My me and mike salk Understood it he emigrated You're gonna be backup mike star. You'll be back. And i was like four or five minutes. A game maybe In memory like it was like mentally disturbing I'm twenty years old. I'm just like a newark. Play this game a. You're not given a chance. Because the businesses the business in you knows you. 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"amiel" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"A patient always tells you why they have with what seizes presenting with what central with. What are they coming from. What could they do to change it. They typically no. The answer is not just the problems. And so i have this blessed experience now being able to listen long enough to be part of the art of my patients experiences instead of a micromanager of their experience. And it's exciting thing to feel less lonely because of my patients and you know. I think that's been introduced to a broad spectrum of of practitioners out there way beyond the outback. Totally embraced my worldview. It so guide Nutritionists and gossiping therapists energy therapist acupuncturist tricia chinese medicine. Docs and all of these people have been Have always believed what. I now believe you know and so i feel more communities than i did when i was neck amiel which is kind of a bit of a a cutthroat environment so i don't know if you cared for all those details on that. Can you talk about that transition from when you kind of like woke woke out of what you thought you had to do or be within the medical profession in order to quote a successful or make ed or treat people. Did you have kind of an awakening of sorts. it happened in a number of steps in enforcing it wasn't the best seven years our been to get thrown back third..
"amiel" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Three but it seems like i come on. I don't want to have to come to the podcast correct next time. If you get on survivor you just make the pun of self continue. Exactly it's right there. It's in your hands. But i think that that was what this really came down to. Was i think the most important scene of this episode which was kieran holing annella side before the immunity challenge and giving him that final. Three deal I think if that doesn't happen. I think we're looking at a very different outcome here. I think we're looking at tyson blindside and so again. I gotta give massive kudos to cure it in that regard and to the point where tyson right and eloquence forward and is like. Hey what's the plan and tyson's like we'll worry about after the immunity challenge. No we want to show that we can trust him. Select through a name out right now. I think that was really smart. On kirin's part we talk about whether or not the pitch that they gave is actually going to be accurate and whether or not you know smash made a good move in working with them. All that being considered but what karen was demonstrating here was incredibly pivotal. Because with those two surprisingly in the middle where the of really did split and came down to those two zomba's day made the better pitch ultimately to annella than an esu did and that's what went out of the end of the day. I feel like tyson and hearing continued the fire and water and were like accident. Words is what ties in here me respectively and i think that the ties and smash relationship to me. All screen is probably more pivotal than we've seen. I think i hear about it a lot. Even in this episode even a pitching to smash. She's like a narrow ties. But let you know. Probably not a great target because of that relationship from that side. And even like. When i was going to amy and the exit she said that part of what snowden number emerge all the individ relationships. She calls out smashing ties. And so i think that action and what. Maybe we haven't seen behind the scenes has been really key. And then here in compensation with the woods and what we saw on screen that's episode like east putting in so much work even just like fake play the sixties doing a lotta work in that and like the deals making throwing wider onto the boss like being so proactive in giving the name like eating complete and total trust themselves pudding smashed wider in the pecking order to just be like we have to get it done through this void so we sold that really come through with hearing in this episode but i do think getting again that like joe sa between the two of them because i think ties relationship has been key. I do think that the three were helped possibly by thai destinies because we don't know what they would have done because we never got to see it because of the twists but we know for a fact than an esa was highly thinking about it. It was probably prevented from doing it. And that really gave the three times to come out. What was like the clear time to make a move so they did lock out in that way but once that unity was presented to them what they made the most of it and did really amazing stuff again between this. Joe speaks to the nature of this cost. Everyone seems to be happy to oscillate and pivot between lines groups whereas in previous instances of survivor. So we've seen players quite voted to particular lines and therefore women aligns begins to suffer effects of dominance surge from another alliance you often struggle to a foothold and i think the fact rainier and amiel vote last episode and nicole able to survive and because they found a home for them once they stronger lines have been taken. It speaks to the nature of this cost they they get it understand that interpersonal relationships and the abilities between groups is a crucial element in the success of a particular tribe alliance in the season. And that's been such a highlight from us. Watching the way that those perpetual interpersonal relationships massage and mistakes can be forever and people can adapt and change and develop and your relationships all the time. And that's why this has been such a fun season to watch because it has made that things are massively unpredictable. I mean he would have imagined. That's barbara and tap. East would have any kind of working relationship together after the tumultuous start the head. And i think this is a really powerful cost full. How strong may all all socially data here mike and their alliance. They let everybody know judgment here. No background checks wherever you want this alliance against sort of speaks to the mobile. Contemporary idea of the voting block. And this i suppose is tied to the culture of the season. And that's something that is so important in determining the outcome others viruses and is the culture of a particular group of people. You can't apply one golden rule to every as he's no survivor because each has got a different set of cultural norms established within in the microcosm of the game and my season part of the cultural identity of devoted sort of allegiance to a family. Top situation incredibly hard to. That's a great word it is. it is called. I was watching once upon a time in hollywood with the story of coming try. Manson is not automatic. My experience you know luckily ended in a list. You can see the social shaping the way this pans out. Where he's the only one who compares broadbent elated charles manson. You see law of the universe. I realize my fault. I mean i kind of regret making that comparison but it certainly that charisma and home people like people were heavily devoted. And if you broke. That sort of familial bond became quite difficult to find. A place to sleep comes to be that you felt like you social pariah so in this way the culture is rep a game play and shifting relationships and jill personalities. That's fantastic and watching santoni still possess power. This deep the game often them of oscillation. She's done throughout the season. that wouldn't fly in many seasons. You know that that would be asked because that notion of loyalty would be more important than game. Play and and i think that just the nature of the season. The cost are really good at reading. What the culture of the group is and adapting. They games according to I think that a who did a lot right here. Like she's been that player who's been flipping back and forth like she really hasn't really had the opportunity but at least.
"amiel" Discussed on No Jumper
"Give corporate. And then what. Bush just somebody drove by and just started friend that i got hit mom left hitomi honoring she okay. Hey yeah so it was bad. Like how'd you get to the hospital. It was bad enough. You can walk again. Somebody else's car on king ambulance My bleeding are bad artery. I had to go to major surgery. Murder was shot to to. Saturday can happen with that. What else like told what thirty thirty i am. Sheila are mma waking up in those halloween and the hospital as of july day in the hospital priority house with like a week probably get to the career and they probably took me to like the middle of november for me to start back ready walking kirk dan without the course crushes that first. So yeah well. Today i was back job price video parts of it and you didn't uh long-term effects on your mobility like you can still walk and run normally or is it still kind of fuck me. Could they hit the types just so it's still bafokeng sometime rain when he rain really it. I thought that she was when people used to. But definitely when you rain should be. And when i sit down to me being like oh no like just fucking with me and still fifty at a lyric about some shit like hala. Tips will still hurt when it rains. Or some shit like that Okay so yeah. So you sign with the different label around that time twenty. Seventeen so Two thousand nine hundred in the in the tweet nineteen again. That's when between the different label is and you feel. You kept it alive That whole time like just doing your own thing and is ready to do something. Serious definitely am anything like like the label. Our guy. nightly it won't get new people linked with people. I was already being with since beginning. When i started rapping already know them like you know they just started down type now so you know what i'm saying amiel day so i was doing it myself and the numbers will still there Like all my numbers hips deuda songs off shopping with my demand for him. I'll job birthday money. And she still going millions by expression if you go look at that issue like two point. Five million played san i. We've still jobbers year so Cnn they she He me up says he just started leaving ones you i flew out to the rest is history. I'm here right now. To drew man thing drill. It's gotta be a weird feeling just having this image permanently grades the people's minds from a much much younger version yourself like with me when i was thirteen. I don't even think. There's a photo of me when i was thirteen. I don't even think like there's nobody watching this. They could even imagine what a fucking awkward weird s. thirteen year. Old was and i mean. Is it strange to just have like a version of yourself from before you were an adult that like people just you know will always think of whenever they i i mean i guess it was like that then because i'm just fuck granted like ten years ago You probably have all kinds of fans now. Don't even really remember that the when you came out and shit right now i i got. They be surprised. The older they beat the i don't know if they thought be beyond forever. I'll still here. Still be noticing me at ain't dame forget that that that the young little mouse with with low cut that while pop with the glasses i had the brain that old mills bay man with shade. The league gets hit them shades. On i very no though but i love all my fans may even the new ones who gave up on me like you know what i'm saying you got like say you got the ones who just not getting up on me and the one the day one day was you know what i'm saying Says i started. I love all my fans on man. So i do right. Is there a part of you. That wishes that you hadn't blown up so fast and gone so viral back. Then maybe if your career had had like a slower build maybe that would have been better in the long term. Have you ever thought about that. Like if i would price started a little bit like now cana libyan not early as if idea. Yeah because i mean you know viral granddad. Because i gotta wayne feature exe- my name and meal use my shit like like nine that made me legendary regret nothing. I'm just gonna go crazy. I guess montana again crave. Yeah and it's time just bring it back. Yeah definitely kangaroo. Keeps zero for sure yeah. Has it been crazy for you like witnessing the the the shit in chicago just getting worse and worse and crazier the gangs schemes like now. It's like you just hear about these guys from like the twenty eleven two thousand twelve air. You hear about people dying all the time. It's hard to even remember sometimes because you've heard so many stories about different people who were characters in the whole sharak thing. Is that kind of overwhelming or does it make you wanna get the fuck outta chicago. That's how you yeah. Oh shit get bananas. this february. I got the chicago hill here. February okay island down here for him in hell. No i ain't going enough for me to write Cool was there anything in particular that made you wanna move like at that moment close to before i wanted to be a star star. New are supposed to been in that. I'm going to be so. I knew i had to get about ed. Do it right. You can't do it too. Because too many haters i like a little boy is like so many haters like move on. Don't wanna see you win doing to see you know. I come out here a like in different states and else just show love like maryland also show love chicago. But you'll be like mo love. When i go out of town like they really love me. Go crazy young. But i guess i don't know have you perform since he moved out here and now because the alicia nine performance right we You ever really changed performance chicago much. Because i know they don't really Street artists do really really perform. There's a cargo for river. I ever performance as dente without age around for gaining up. 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"amiel" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"amiel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"Know ice cream opening up a package of cookies. What have you simple homemade. Desserts are really tricky to get the right balance. You know like we were looking at like. Oh could we do a sunday. Should we do a hot fudge sundae. You start looking at hot fudge recipes. And it's like oh you got up wait with the frying thermometer and it's got to go to what temperature and you're just like no. That is not simple anything involving like a thermometer you know other than maybe a meat. Thermometer is just a click too far. I mean i think that's the thing is like people talk about simple fruit. Deserts all the time and that such a summer thing. But it's like if you're turning your oven on if you are taking out an appliance if you are really using more than one bull. It stopped being simple twenty minutes ago. And it's also you know the weather's getting warmer. I really want to turn my oven on. All of that feels like a little bit much so kind of a raw summer desert feels like something. That's very welcome. Yeah and also one where people can pick their on portion size. I think there's nothing more embarrassing than when you have a big meal and like you're kind of two full for dessert and then just gives you a plate of like a piece of pie and you're like oh god i'm not sure if i can finish this and then he finish it and your fault this sort of buffet style desert. Where it's here's your big bowl of dip and like here's a bunch of fruit and kind of go for it feels kind of low key and like perfect for the summer dinner parties. We like to have for sure. I mean i will also say that. After this year mercifully. I feel like i'm vaccinated lawrence vaccinated. Most of our friends are vaccinated. And so there's something that feels really exciting about being able to off of the same plate in the way that we were kind of having summer hangs last year where it's like we're ten feet away from each other and you have a bowl of chips and we have a bowl of chips and we were making like two times. Everything like rats potluck where everyone just has to bring their own meal. So i just want to point out that by the time our listeners have finished listening to this episode you could executed any one of the recipes in this simple summer cooking playbook how many how many recipes are their pop quiz when he to twenty three i lost right it's all a blur. Any one of those twenty three recipes done in the time. It takes you to listen to the healthiest podcast. You should've told people that at the beginning of the episode thing for me all. Oh.
"amiel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"Our diy. Classy sour cocktail a little kebab. Appetizer a punchy vietnamese tomato salad and now let's move onto the main dish which is a deeply savory. Dip called tuck trae pink po it served with pork chops. And it comes from charleston's new york based pop up krung cambodia a meal you parents and tried the original version of this dish. I heard yeah. Yes so i Last summer took a road trip with char to her family's home in south carolina and her mom is the most unbelievable cook i've ever met. I mean they have her and charles. Dad have like incredible garden in their backyard. They're growing lemongrass. they're growing ginger. All kinds of cambodian herbs that are just harder find in south carolina so we drove like. I think it was like fourteen hours to get there and spent twenty four hours there and then drove back and it was all food the entire time that we were there and char has a pup called chrome cambodia and a lot of it is her kind of cooking with her mom learning about these traditional dishes and then coming back to new york or you know sometimes in different places and cooking them for customers and for friends. And so it feels like a really incredible intergenerational transference of knowledge and culture and the morning that we were leaving. Charles mom was on the porch. That was sleeping. Like right next to the i just hear like something sizzling in a pan and i like. I'm just smelling plumes of fish sauce kind of wafting and chilies charred shallots. You know this isn't like seven thirty. In the morning. I wake up and cloud and her mom is smiling am i. Yeah and so. She was doing it outside the recipe that we have in the magazine all the vegetables. Kind of put on a sheet pan and then broiled just char them and take a little bit of the edge off in kind of build a little bit of that complexity and then all of those things just got hooked into a food processor. That was the thing that chart talked about a lot when we were talking about. This recipe is sometimes it can just be kind of mortared together and be a little bit chunkier looser and sometimes it can be blended and fully emulsified but then it gets hit with a lot of lime juice fish sauce and a lot of salon tra- so it's it's kind of has like a little bit of everything it's spicy it's super aromatic and just really bright and you know works really beautifully as a dip for all kinds of protein in this case preparing with pork chops just kind of like making a full meal but be delicious with steak with chicken. Try out a funny story that she was telling me about how her family would go to this. All you can eat seafood buffet and they would smuggle in the sauce so they could have that at the table to dip crab legs into shrimp into. So it's really another one of those things. It's a really nice kind of all purpose condom ethic. You can make yeah. It seems super versatile. When you want you could use it as you know the centerpiece of a appetizer. Platter or you could use it as a topping for your maine's or it's like your dinner dip. Yeah exactly exactly you gotta have sauce. All the sauce always a saas. Yeah so let's just settle a quick food. Debate can can be a full meal absolutely. What do you dipping hold on. Hold on a meal but when he talks you still get all the facts. Get all the facts for you. Weigh in man no question. You can't ask any questions. Chris just yes or no. No are you kidding. Put like a bunch of dip out on the table and see what happens in my house. So you crazy. I don't know. I feel like your kids might be pretty into it. Depending on the depending on the dip. I really surprised to hear that goes because to me. That sounds like dip for dinner. Sounds like it would be like the perfect thing for your family where nobody nobody can agree on anything. It's like you. Yeah your kids. Get the fish sticks and you can have like the pork chops. Yes exactly everyone dead hitching. I'm pitching this for our next issue. Okay so i want to wrap up with something. Simple and sweet. It's also a dip. So let's keep our cool guys. It is the strategy. Attila fruit dip recipe. And i love the alternate name in the recipe description. Which is grown up dunker. Ruse seems like the perfect way to describe it emile. Why don't you kick us off talking about this one. Oh yeah so. This recipe is near and dear to my heart. it was developed by my lovely with lauren. And i mean it is basically just that. It's basically adult dunker ruse. It's a little bit of whipped cream a little bit of sour cream a little bit of sugar not a ton and kind of roughly chopped flakes of dark chocolate. Sometimes like a little bit a little bit of booze. Everything's is optional. Some amaro or some rum or something like that. It comes together really quickly. But you have this delicious kind of creamy dip that you can use for berries. Four sliced stone fruit. I like to think of it as like an after-dinner crudity. Yeah that i do think sweet dips are kind of divisive. Like dessert hamas. Do you remember how that kind of thing there a moment. Yes and no that. Do not have to cut that we cannot. We cannot talk about dessert. Hamas and the strategy. You tell miss this entire. you're better for it. I won't let it up. I'm sorry brought that into the room. This is nothing like dessert. Hamas and also if you like dessert hamas no no shame in that game but this is amanda. Amanda can't because for for certain reasons. But i actually forget forbidden by. That's fine but the important thing to keep in mind though is fast. Desserts is not necessarily obvious. I mean aside from you know ice cream opening up a package of cookies. What have you simple homemade. Desserts are really tricky to get the right balance..
"amiel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"You can use anything from the grocery store or even ground turkey. Other meats would be totally fair game as well and it's so many spices i mean there's like garam masala. There was lack caraway. There was even a little bit of cheese in there that traditionally would be a mood cheese but that he used chatter as a substitute which was just revelatory because ground chicken content to be a little bit lacking in the same fat that other ground meats can have so. It's kind of just boring out. You're scared trying to say boring. I know your words not mine. Don't stay underground chicken around here. There's a time and a place for ground chicken. I had some great chicken large last night from the thai takeout place in ridgewood and i was like damn. There's definitely a time and a place for ground chicken but you really have to sell me on it. Well i think you can't just add a modest amount of anything to it and expect it to come full on delicious and like this is not one of those recipes. There is garlic ginger. there's salon tro. there is meant he even brushes the finish kebabs with melted butter again. Just bring that savory richness right back and it's not out of balance they're not over the top but they're just full on flavorful and so any way you take this mixture. You just combine everything to your point a meal you know i think simplicity is really in the eye of the beholder right in this package for us actually represents something that. I don't know that we've ever done before where we put a thirty minute time. Restriction on every recipe in. This package. And i think having the clock ticking in terms of making all of your choices count really makes you be incredibly honest with yourself about what is achievable in that timeframe you know so whether to meals point you rely on your pantry to bring a lot of flavor and a lot of kind of dynamic elements or whether you just like us that time period to try to develop as much flavor as possible as quickly as possible in the cooking process. You know. there's a lot of different ways to go. But like i said the clock is ticking. I'm just imagining you guys in the test kitchen. Although i know a lot of this was tested from home. I'm just imagining like the game. Show style like you start the timer and then you're like go go go. It has to be under thirty minutes. How straight like. How strict were you when you were testing these recipes to make sure that they fit under that limit. We were very strict. But in a way that you know. I think there's a reason we haven't done this before for us. It's hard to. I don't know we have a hard time really like imposing limitations of that sort on duly. Oh dewey let's move along to a recipe that stars what i think of as one of the most iconic summer items of produce which are tomatoes and i feel like every year. We're like what are we going to do with tomatoes. That's going to feel like not just another tomato salad. And i haven't tried this particular dish but it sounds so good to me. I cannot wait to make it sound so flavorful. And it's the vietnamese tomato salad by anthony. Haw and sadie may burns from the new york pop-up hostile yet a meal. I know you worked in this recipe with. Anthony and cd may tell us a little bit about it when i was talking with. Anthony and sadie mae was that this is a recipe that is on the menu of their pop up kind of perennially. It's it's no matter the season some version of the salad is on the menu even when we were testing it. I was testing it at home in. I think february or march with light fully out of season tomatoes. You know the best. The grocery store had to offer which is still fairly bleak. But that dressing is just so it's basically just a knock chump so it's lime juice fish sauce. Sugar and a splash of water. So it's kind of an undiluted knock chom but it's just so bracing heart and salty and sweet and when i think about tomatoes in what makes them delicious. It is that kind of beautiful balance of acidity and savoring as and sweetness and so even with a kind of mediocre groceries or tomato. This salad was just so flavorful and delicious and there tons of herbs in it. So it really. Has this really nice freshness to it. Yes i think a lot of these recipes. We always like to tell readers and home cooks to work with what you have. Don't be afraid to make adjustments adaptations. This particular tomato recipe also calls for some bell pepper and some tender herbs and some fennel and eating encumber peanuts. Yeah there's a lot going on in here so talk a little bit about some of the other ingredients and how they play off of the tomatoes and how people can kind of swap around if they so choose. That's the thing that i really was struck by with this recipe is just all that it's doing textually. There's a little bit of raw pepper. There's like peanuts and fried shallots. Which like as a store bought ingredient just like a one stop shop for adding kind of imf and texture and crunchiness is just kind of unrivaled and having like that knock chom be relatively undiluted when it goes sort of onto. The tomatoes is also like quietly genius. Just because the tomatoes are obviously gonna start to water out the moment they're contact with addressing and then all the flavors were kind of equilibrium is. That's not arguing to stabilize and reach some sort of equilibrium as they kind of sit in those juices. Kind of marian. Mangle i think the beauty of this recipe to it's really about that dressing which i think the thing that's amazing about that is you could double triple that dressing and use it all week. You could dilute it some and use that as a dipping sauce for summer rolls or even four kind of crew today or something like that. You could keep it at that kind of full strength and pour it over some grilled fish as soon as it came off the grill when i think about simple cooking. It's about having that kind of flexibility and being able to set yourself up potentially so that your cooking once and to make a salad in under a half an hour and not only that but have addressing that you can use to three or four times to me that.
"amiel" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"To me that is like my favorite kind of simple cooking. Where you've been able to do a little bit of work on the front end and then you remember that you have something that's ready to go whenever you want it high healthiest friends and welcome to the healthiest podcast. Where we explore food and wellness in all their delicious complexity. I'm amanda shapiro. The editorial director at bonn petite and the founding editor of healthiest today. We're talking about summer cooking and this summer feels really special. I know it sounds cheesy but after the year and change we've had. We finally have things to do people to see places to be here at. Ba were calling it the summer making up for lost time and we don't actually mean spending a lot of time in the kitchen to celebrate the summer of making up for lost time. We developed simple summer recipes that are designed to cut back on your kitchen time so you can lean all the way into your fun time and today. We're gonna talk about some of those recipes with two of my favorite people on earth one hour honorable test kitchen director. Chris morocco who i'd estimate has had about three pour overs by the time. We're recording this in the late afternoon and contributing editor to be a meal stanic who worked on this summer recipe lineup for our june july issue and even developed a few of the recipes in it. Hey guys you. For hopping in on the healthiest podcast. Thank you so much amanda. It's great to talk to you. Both it feels. It feels so normal. Which is the thing. I've been saying a lot recently with great enthusiasm. Well it feels normal. But somehow we're still on zoom in a million different places so you know but a very intimate zoom. A very very intimate. Zoom is something special about having proper headphones on. I'm really in the moment here with you guys. Okay let's get right into it. Tell me what cooking looks like right now. In both of your houses be honest. Don't give me like the bun petite editor answer. Do you go. i know you go for it. Well amanda first of all you are not alone. I'm so sick of cooking. It's like a little bit to have the job. That i have and be as sick of cooking as i am like i'm in i'm in a deep funk like a funky deep cooking crisis and and this issue was partly born of the fact that it was kind of like oh summer twenty twenty one like kind of almost normal maybe you know hopefully question mark and how simple can we make the food that we want to eat. And how can we get ourselves to eat as well as we want to spend less time in the kitchen. That was our way in here. You know we just wanted to not necessarily not eat well but we just wanted to put in a lot less effort to do it. That's a great sales pitch chris. But you didn't actually answer the question. which is what. are you currently cooking in your house right now. Oh gosh i mean. Currently i don't even know i'm trying to get my grill connected. Still it's still have found the right. Gas hose amanda. I'm not eating basically now. I'm is the thing like nobody in my family will eat the same thing and listen all believe me before you have kids. Oh but my kids are going to trust me. My kids are going to eat what i eat. No kids meal like over at this table. Trust me they would rather starve. Okay then take a bite of my pasta that has green stuff in it. okay. Sounds really dire. Yeah so but anyway. There are a few things where we can find a share ground like pasta sauce on sauce off meatballs. Generally speaking are safe territory. We love a chicken curry got. It sounds sound super simple. How about you a meal so my wife is the chef at a restaurant and for the last year like our pod has been like me my wife lauren. And her business partner anna. Who is the general manager of the restaurant who also we referred to as my wife's wife please chat out the restaurant to. oh yeah. Kitties kitties market in hudson new york. Come through yes. So i've been kind of like the one who's been cooking for a lot of the last little bit like since they opened the restaurant in september and they close it seven so they're not home until eight so it's like we're always eating really late and then i'm kind of the one who's sitting at home with our dog waiting for everybody to get home. I'm also like i'm terrible at grocery shopping. So most of what we eat different remix things. I can steal from the walk in at the restaurant. There are certain vegetables. I know that we'll always have. We have this amazing place called apple stone in hudson which is a groovy pastured meat but all sold through vending machine that meet vending machine vending machines. Great i think like the most fragile time for me especially because we're upstate and it was just so brutally cold was like february. That was when we were doing the most freezer section cooked. It was like. I bought this enormous bag of fish sticks. That really finish like the fish sticks. Yeah i got really into frying. That was like the thing that i was doing a lot. We just had like a pot of oil on the stove and once you once you have the pot of oil you're like why don't wanna dump this out. So what else can i put any time. So it's like you would have a week that had three meals that featured fried foods then just the at the grocery store. I mean we've the oil. I'm gonna get the frozen french fries we're just gonna. We're making state free like you let you start to look at every ingredient through the lens of like go in my pot of oil. Yes exactly exactly and a lot will. Yeah well let's leave that for the for the not healthiest podcast. Okay let's get back on track when you were both thinking of this recipe package about simple summer cooking. What was the definition of simple for you. Well i mean. I think that's the thing is it does mean something really different to everybody and so some of the recipes are truly five or six ingredients and that feels like for a certain kind of person that is simple you know and for another person. It's like they wanna do as little prep or as little actual cooking as possible uses few pans as possible. So i feel like we were trying to get that spread for some people who write doc a lot of spices in their pantry a recipe like the chicken seek kebabs would be a really simple one. Because it's just you've got all those spices ready to go right and then for those of us who just want to drink. There's you know your diy sour. Max i mean you know. It's i feel like that is really the thing about cocktails like everybody wants one but nobody wants to make one and doing a little bit of work on the front end basically just mixing citrus and some sugar in the right proportions that all you have to do is mix that with tequila margarita. Or whiskey to get a whisky sour or white rump. To make a classic dachary to me that is like my favorite kind of simple cooking. Where you've been able to do a little bit of work on the front end and then you remember that you have something that's ready to go whenever you want it. Just add alcohol just alcohol or you know you. Could you know this is healthy as you can put them in a tall glass with ice and top it with seltzer and it would be just okay. Let's go back to the chickens. Seek kebabs that you mentioned meal. Chris i know you cooked through this dish. Tell us all about it. This was a really cool one from genton pandya of allah and other restaurants in new york. And he had this wonderful recollection of eating these kebabs which use a base of ground chicken. He kind of does his own ground chicken at the restaurant where he uses the food processor to kind of really quickly sort of grind chicken..
"amiel" Discussed on Daily Dose Football
"Turnaround. Flip them for profit moving onto the next guy who ran five picks later in the nineteenth pick of the guy that i am super high on. Its the army brown from north carolina. Going to the washington football team and let me tell you why i like damn brown. The rebound has six one. One hundred eighty nine pounds of has pretty ideal size for receiver but and north carolina. he had to terrific seasons. He's past two seasons in twenty twenty. He had fifty five catches for one thousand ninety nine yards and the twenty nine thousand nine hundred fifty one catches for one thousand three hundred four forty nine yards and oh by the way throughout. He had twelve touchdowns in his sophomore year in towns in his junior. This is pretty impressive. Because i'm not sure if the North carolina has had great quarterback play particularly either. It is not. I'm not super familiar with a north carolina. The program but how how how should be the number one pick probably next year so they. They've had a pretty good quarterback he's other classmate that's right. I did hear about how so okay. They did have how but anyway. A guy putting up static this two years as Sophomore and junior. And he's doing this by the way with fifty one and fifth in fifty five receptions so it's not like he's getting a ton of targets he's maximizing opportunities putting up staff that are up there with with the top of the top and so this is a guy that You could argue count. Wise in what he's produced typically makes him atop success in receiver in this class. But oh by the way. He's fallen into the third round. Now the draft and he's actually ending up in a landing spot better than the guys that went before him because the washington football team they have terry maclaurin but do they have a number two receiver. No the don't cam. Sims is not going to cut it. Let's let's be real here for second. Kempson is not going to cut this guy who's going to step in right away and be the number two receiver so if anything. I can see this guy having a top five season as far as rookie receivers this this upcoming season because there is such an immediate chance for brown shine. I loved the town. And i love the situation. So both those things matchup for me and ryan patrick in their offense while just knowing ryan fitzpatrick. He's a guy who likes to sling the ball He's not free for big throws and yami brown is a guy that could be a target while so this is an the situation to really like especially in the strip term but i think his talent overall what is what will help him. Secure the number two role for washington in the long term. You did forget. Courtesy meals with their in the offseason. Curtis samuel okay. yes courtesy. You might be the number two receiver. But i'm not. I'm not saying that kurdistan wills a lot in geometry breath. If i think those are two big comparable players and the down brown can still end up. Overtaken curtis samuel for the number two role because it's not like samuels established in washington. Anyway he's gonna they're gonna walk on equal playing fields if anything. Yeah to co plank. Roads honestly yeah. So i mean i you know how high was on diane. Be brian i think i was probably than anybody else in the industry pre-draft in you know the fact that he didn't get a super high draft capital. I think a lot of people would just never really caught up to where the hype was going was headed towards So now he kinda ended up back back to where he's at. I know you said you saw them. You know at the beginning of the third round in. I'm in motion address. At pretty much where i got him every draft. You know there was two guys. I walked away with almost in every draft i. It was karen's marshall because if he was following the second taking them and diani bryant third. I was taking him no matter what and wasn't trained. Now those picks and i wasn't moving up or down at sticking with it. So i ended up with jami round maybe beating my number one player at of all my dynasty leaks. So you know. I'm i'm really high. I think there's a lot of potential to proprietor curse. Amiel i do think we'll we'll out touch him for sure year. One you know. But terry mccaren is another guy you know. He did not have first round draft capital as a rookie. So he's only got a couple of years left before they have to really choose on renewing his contract whether they wanna pay him if they view him to be a. You know an elite receiver that they wanna pay top ten top twenty money. They might just let him walk. You know and if that's the case the brown is almost a cologne terry records. You know he. He averaged over twenty yards a catch with a lot of volume in college. Which is one of. it's got to be one. The highest of abo scouted and You know the way he wins is he. Wins deep wins. He's a burner he gets out feel and i think there's actually a lot of room for him to grow because didn't see him run a really complex route tree and north carolina. They didn't ask them to you. Know and as kirsten says you know why why would the team tell him to do something different and teach them other rouse when when he consistently wins for twenty on the field every time you know. They don't need them to do that but an nfl. He probably has higher upside now because he can still learn. The trees like we saw with decay metcalf in some other like a jay brown. You know the same knock on metcalf was he. He only ran Slants down the in the Mississippi offense coming out of college and look how that turned out you know now. He's one of the better route runners in the entire league to mix with the athletes athletic ability. So i really liked the army brown. And i think that You know if you're getting him in the late second and early dirty of your rookie drafts. I think you're you're walking away with one of their players in the draft. One of the guys that we both really like. You can expect for geometry brown to produce put up some big
"amiel" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"Saba top two k. of course he captained kindness week. Congrats you golf. Congratulations ninety talk about you. I mean because you are on wall called more plan transfers and captain as i have no fucking auntie my tame. He's in boy. Trump's of commander who isn't Confident of of creswell. Who thought one anymore. Been the one who i'm not sure about sure against tottenham to or triples. Leads of a magic doesn't play anymore ferguson. His bench for the tying versus bruno require having that wildcard it at the moment. Armband is on doin. Captain because i literally just have to gamble and implying. 'cause i don't have anyone else. Don't wanna captain kind bruno against each avar song against you know i don't have. They are only options so more transfers will have to bring in a captain. But when i look at who's the best kept hidden in the game week still can't see anyone salads. He's villa autom- really you know vaud diversity west time. Maybe you know i thought other. What were you have to have a really good think about it. Which i'm sure you will. 'cause that's the thing of con- i can't do a transfer and stirred in. We don't have to transfer him out for the blank. John mccall full luxury the moment. I'm leaning towards gooden doin to your an a match up to vardi and i'll captain body But decisions yeah white boy you that that will be left for for moaning i. We don't have to make any decisions yet. We have to see the week of champions league. Fixtures goes and Yeah i'm sure to be more information for us to consider but is it goes for me on twitter at f. p. o. Plonker no finish school plunk raigmore or pay for amiel tweets at macy's plunkett fps. And yeah we will cut. You goes around these. Tom next week as mp's.