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"baker miller" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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"baker miller" Discussed on Parklandia
"Houses. Do stuff like that and Sunday. Dinner Club still exists. It's located upstairs above honey butter fried check in which is in the Avondale neighborhood. Just north of Logan Square and highly recommend Senator and club in and of itself to get on there Guest is less because they do amazing work there and it's so intimate you feel like you're in their home getting to know them and just other diners take care of their people you know. They really care they really want to evolve. They want to change the restaurant scene and make it a a better culture and they do so many different initiatives and ongoing training and the have insurance for other teams. Yeah I mean like they are doing it. They're killing it. They're kicking it so when you go to Chicago please make special stop there until Matt and Brad said Hello. Yes yes I know. Give them both air. Hugs for for us because we adore them and admire them and their food is just wonderful. In and of itself the fried chicken served with honey butter the corn muffins into sandwich. You can have it with a side of mental Mac and cheese with cookies for dessert. All of it just excellent excellent people and a couple of other excellent people that were we feel very connected to you are David Meghan Miller from Baker from Baker Miller this bakery and in cafe and Lincoln Square and these two. They're wonderful human beings and they made our wedding cake for us. When we got married and Double Bunk Cake Banana Plum Double Bundt cake with us like Vanilla frosting WHO's out? It looked like ooh actually looked like mammoth hot springs rings or something like that just like these this beautiful colors and like leaves coming from it. It was really a cool thing. Tastes like software though it was not like he also done cake but so good. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. But they do because they're cafe their home he like wonderful. Warm welcoming. Cafe has delicious wishes cookies and cakes and pies like chocolate chest pie and her Chata Pie and I think my favorite time to go. There's for breakfast to get coffee and they they do. Yummy like grits poles topped with like pork sausage or like corn and cheese and CILANTRO. But I actually my favorite thing and this is like something. They are famous for stunningly. Is there oatmeal just the best meal. It's made with heirloom oats with cultured cream. Cinnamon sugar toasted PECANS secons hotmail. It's like this is. How should people would love oatmeal and eat it so much or if it was this good Dave and Meghan Miller they really put the love and soul back into very fast food very and bakery items? You know they. They're two very passionate people That they built something for themselves from nothing and their story is amazing the them as people as mazing and like just talking about makes me miss them more and more because I just love like hang out with them and seeing them randomly and coming and visiting them at Baker Miller and along a lot of Chicago because really is this beautiful place with so much. Amazing Yeah I think it's. It's good to kind of wrap. I could talk endlessly but I think it's good to wrap up this Chicago. Minneapolis it with Baker Miller. You're in like honey butter fried chicken because folks like these like David Meghan Miller and Christine Joshua honey butter. I feel like they really exemplify the city of Chicago. And what we love most about it and why we lived there in what we miss most about. It is just this natural hospitality and passion and kindness and empathy and all these things in addition just being talented human beings who are putting their work out there and sharing it with the world and it's wonderful in every way in every sense so we miss all of this. It's essential when we go back that we visit these people on their businesses. We we miss you. We miss you Chicago. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Parks Park Land as production. Oh by heart. Radio created by Makara. Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has. Yoda's produced edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin Jesulin. Shield a special. Thanks goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well checkout photos from our travels on Instagram Park. Lydia pod and join in on the conversation in in our facebook group Park Land Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visits I heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you you for listening.
"baker miller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is nine ten and of course time before a neighborhood eats with her friend Janie and I what we do with neighborhood it's when you go away I don't know quite yet I got to fit it in somewhere but for a what's happening yeah who's our guest it is Dave Miller he is the owner co owner his wife owns a cafe and a pie shop name Baker Miller in Lincoln square and the reason why feature them is because that they have a revamped a new recipe pumpkin pie so then how do you have time to talk to us today I had a great game we we've that are Tappeh going and we also a pop up shop next door and were fully staffed so that that's how it is so Dave what makes your pies so special a couple different things you look very good they're they're made from scratch buying and that that are really important part of what we do another in our ingredients that we use that we're really dedicated to collecting things that we know everybody along the chain has been treated well so whether that be an organic non GMO show where are all completely organic grain local farm road is that something that not only did the tree people out but I think in the end result you end up with hi really really hate to external action so any idea by quantity how many pies you're gonna have to make today yeah the out then we do a thousand every year that their cap in one shop a line shot yeah and the police the head and people can walk in today if they decide that they need a pie for tomorrow yeah absolutely yeah we so we sold about half as as and then we would there be other happen walk and and actually with all the wind and the rain that going on today we decided to rent an old butcher shop that thing close next door that we rented a and we turned it into a at thanksgiving last Christmas pop up hi and treats that he can walk and is that the the thing with the cow upon the awning now you know that we will open yeah that one about a half a block down now and called and jeans out there thank you kat leaping quality needs that have been here for about a hundred years then it got closed recently there like it's wearing anything you want it's glad that you're there the pop up is the ins indoors today because normally you're just in a tent and have the back but yeah exactly exactly well I wanted to tell Steve and the listeners reason why I was compelled to feature you for thanksgiving is that I saw a Facebook post that you wrote I know that you guys give back a lot and a lot of ways at the restaurant can you tell us a little bit about the ways to give back yeah yeah so you it actually started a couple years ago where we always thought you know one day when we make it we're gonna get back and then a couple years ago we thought you know we don't build an entire business model is not gonna happen because you never make it necessarily in a restaurant like you can have a good long term job but nobody getting rich in this industry and so what we decided as let's let's kind of rethink our business model and figure out how and the everyday things we can get back so one thing that we do and we will partnered with something called one feed two at the local organization actually at international started in Britain and its recently come local with a couple other restaurants or that are bringing here and what that does is every time you purchase a nail or the equivalent of a meal or not we donated nailed to a child in need kind of that model where like what should you buy one they get one as we do that but we deal with them we do it assembly for kids that's something that we're really passionate about coming out to be proud of all of that and I also know you got a great story from being a foster kid and that means a lot to me because of my sons tired of it but yes folks but also just in general because fostering an adoption this of the we need to be way better at here we have it back on we have more time but in the meantime Gee how do we find this information out hi this is on the sun times a website along with WGN radio my video story is up right now including the article to be printed in the paper today and Baker Miller is located at four six five five north Lincoln Avenue they have a ton of pies from apple to punk Intel the con all sorts go by today and pick up a five you don't have one well done by you Dave Miller thank you happy thanksgiving and the you.
"baker miller" Discussed on Committed
"Matin Brad have been together for four years now and they've spent a better part of the last year versed in the country and their RV but before all that they met on tinder this was I think both both of our first times actually like using tender felt like an actual possibility as opposed to like all these other tinder matches or non matches. It was like probably went back and forth and talked for a couple of weeks. I would say before meeting. Yeah because I was just busy wrapping up my activism for marriage equality in Illinois which has said I would never get married and well here we are today but yeah no. I think it's just one of those crazy. Instances where are we both weren't expecting anything out of tinder and we both just downloaded the APP. You know we really only talk to each other. Brad came to meet me the My Loft I was currently renting in Chicago. He was living in the suburbs at the time. So probably like forty minutes away and it's kind of miraculous that we even matched 'cause I don't know like what my geographic range was on tinder but I don't think it allotted for suburbs. Yeah that'd be both expected. Yeah Brad must've city or something of time where he popped up on my nose like those so oh it was just. It was a different feeling. They went to this cute little dessert shop in an area of Chicago known as the Ukrainian Indian village black dog Talada took a walk. McFadden adorable nickname Matt. Said you know what I'm GonNa Call You Basil missile because the first ice cream together was basil and so we kinda bonded over food really quick and it also got serious really quick. I basically moved in right away if belt rioted absolutely did although looking back. In retrospect I'm like wow that's a lot faster than the average but for us it really works. We got engaged like literally three months after Matt and the funny part about that is one of my Our friends She you said you guys are just a bunch of lesbians you moved in. You have two dogs for lesbians cats but it. was you know those stereotypes shoes just making that funny joke and kind of resonated resonated we got married. I think it was nine months after the engagement on year to the day. Right pretty much exactly. When you're the day and it was Labor Day weekend we got married at Brad's cousin's house in the suburbs of Chicago in this town called Warrenville the whole wedding? What's like super personal? And how these little intimate touches like not only was the location special for us but all the food was special. The people who made our cake Dave in Meghan Miller own this place in Chicago Baker Miller. They made us a special kind of tiered bundt cake which was so delicious research and I just Wanna I had been was a banana. Yes nanna plumb banana plum amazing and then we also had of course blocked arch lotto location. Ever state they were there with this little vintage looking ice cream cart thing that they would push around the yard. We had sparklers instead of flowers in the the middle of the table. Is Everything sparklers because those solid side themed and it was just. It was a really fun easy going night. It was a funder very good after their wedding matt was working as a freelance food and travel writer. Brad did marketing and events for Maple Syrup Farm. They bought their door aloft in the Ukrainian village neighborhood in Chicago together and they were completely in love with it and each other. The neighborhood was Homey homey filled with wonderful people. Coffee shops and restaurants. He was Brad who made their apartment unreal home before they got together. Matt was eating paper apor plates with plastic for one of the first things Brad did was get them some proper plates and silverware. They nested for a couple of years and they they loved their nest. The problem is both of them. Were on the road all the time they hardly saw each. We saw each other. How the for two days every three weeks further the entire the of twenty eighteen? It was a lot because I was traveling a lot. got a lot of work traps and then Brad would also be working and traveling on the trail so it just got to the point where like we needed it to make some adjustments serious adjustments so that we can see each other more regular basis. Everything started to change when Matt visited the badlands. In South Dakota for a story he fell obsessed with national parks. I became obsessed with them. Kind of overnight. Hey it just became infatuated and triggered this curiosity where I wanted to learn. More about national parks visit more national parks. Not only was I personally obsessed with them in wanting activist dump it as a travel writer was able to write more about national parks and then since two thousand sixteen I've kind of pivoted more towards that focusing using on writing about nature and national parks but writing about national parks would mean even more time apart for the new couple the answer the only answer is they saw it was for them to travel together and traveled together. That meant they had to become nomads. I just said Matt let's look into an RV and he started thinking about it. We started talking about it since I work remotely and I can be anywhere. There was really no reason why I wouldn't work and RV thing it's like kind of this Americana Dream that a lot of people have including me like I had been on RV RV trip with my family. When I was eleven or twelve or something and remember it probably is one of my favorite vacations over about twenty days later? I'm looking at RV's thirty days later. Sure I'm buying an RV and Matt's like freaking out. Because I'm like Oh yeah we need to each put down three grand because we keep our finances separate everything is fifty percents that way. It's very equal within our relationship and Matt's money's Matt's money and my monies mine but we chair in the journey together during that time he's like three grand. What it because you told me zero down like yeah but then this financing and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and? It was just one of those fun. Parts where the dynamics kinda shifted they had hoped. Big airbnb their loft but that was against the HOA rules so they ended up having to sell it fast. That was in Chicago. Two weeks completely flipped the house who's a crazy whirlwind of a time to get that on the market so quick but you know we did it did it. And and unfortunately when we put on the market it was November. So then you have Thanksgiving you have Christmas then. Chicago is going through one of the worst winters ever. Then you got government shutdown. It took US six months to sell it in a market that takes thirty days and so that was really difficult and very strenuous. You not only on financial but our personal relationship because of how we handle finances so there was times where I actually had to borrow money from Matt because it just drained me created these little moments of panic like oh my gosh. Did we make a huge mistake. 'cause we worry that was like that law is like our dream home in like the perfect neighborhood. The perfect neighbors various surrounded by all of our favorite restaurants and coffee shops and friends living close by so that was stressful. For sure we ended up getting figured out those a team all worked out time for a quick break when we get back to matt hit the road. What's your favorite holiday tradition watching snowfall with a cup of hot chocolate cutting down your own? Christmas tree canceling decorating cooking. 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Yeah there's the ups and downs of the road and that's really dynamic is most intriguing It's not about the destination it's about the journey and just seeing that and finding that and trying to understand it where you're at is really important. At first their schedules dominated by Brad schedule working on Maple Syrup and in between those try to find ways to fit in Matt's travel writing particularly particularly his writing about all of the country's national parks all sixty one of the country's national parks and even though it sounded they were living the dream. There was an adjustment period..
"baker miller" Discussed on Parklandia
"Matin Brad have been together there for four years now and they've spent the better part of the last year traversing the country and their RV. But before all that they met on tinder this was I think both of our first times actually like using tender felt like actual possibility as opposed to like all these other tinder matches or non matches are probably went back and forth and talked for a couple of weeks. I would say before meeting. Yeah because I was just busy wrapping up my activism for marriage equality in Illinois which I said I'd never get married and While here we are today but yeah no I think it's just one of US crazy. Instances where both weren't expecting anything out of tinder and we both just downloaded the APP. You know we really only talk to each other Brad. Brad came to meet me at my loft. I was currently renting in Chicago. He was living in the suburbs at the time. So probably like forty minutes away and and it's kind of miraculous that we even matched 'cause I don't know like what my geographic range was on tinder but I don't think it allotted lauded for suburbs both expected. Yeah Brad must've been in the city or something time where he popped up on my APP. What the most? So I don't know it was just. It was a different feeling. They went to this cute little dessert shop in in an area Chicago known as the Ukrainian village black dog Jolanta took a walk. Mac Brad and adorable nickname matt. That said you know what I'm GonNa call you basil because the first ice cream unity together was basil and so we kinda bonded over food really quick and it also got serious really quick doc. I basically moved in right away. They felt riot absolutely dead. Although looking back. In retrospect I'm like wow that's a lot faster than the average but for us it really works. We got engaged like literally three months after Matt and the funny part about that is one of my Our friends She said you guys are just a bunch of lesbians you guys. You moved in. You have two dogs for lesbians cats but it. was you know those stereotypes shoes just making can that funny joke and kind of resonated we got married. I think it was nine months after the engagement one year to the day. Not right pretty much exactly when you're today and it was Labor Day weekend we got married at pride's cousin's house in the suburbs of Chicago in this town called Warrenville fill the whole wedding was like super personal. And how will these little intimate touches like not only was the location special for us but all the food was special special. The people who made our cake Dave Meghan Miller own this place in Chicago had Baker Miller. They made us a special kind of tiered bundt cake which was was so delicious and it just I think it had been was a banana. Yes banana plum banana plum amazing and then we also had of course chorus blocked arch lotto location of her state. They were there with us. Little vintage looking ice cream cart thing that they would push around the yard. We had sparklers sparklers instead of flowers in the middle of the table as everything with sparklers because those outside themed and it was it was a really magical fun easy going night it was it was a funder after their wedding matt was working as a freelance food and travel writer. Brad did marketing events for Maple Syrup Farm. They bought their adorable loft in the Ukrainian village neighborhood in Chicago together and they were completely in love with it and each other. The neighborhood was homey with wonderful people. Coffee shops and restaurants. Brad made their apartment real home before they got together. Matt was eating off paper plates. Plastic forks one of the first things did was get them some proper plates. Some silverware nested lasted for a couple of years and they love their nest. The problem is both of them. Were on the road all the time. They hardly side. We saw each other Halley for two days every three weeks for the entire D of Two thousand eighteen it it was a lot. Yeah because I was traveling a lot of work traps and then Brad would also be working and traveling for the trail. Yeah so it it just got to the point. Where like we needed to make adjustments serious adjustments so that we can see each other that are more regular basis? Everything started wanted to change. When Matt visited the Badlands? In South Dakota for a story he fell obsessed with national parks. I became obsessed with them. I'm kind of overnight. Batch waited and it triggered this curiosity where I wanted to learn. More about national parks visit more national parks. Not only it was. I personally obsessed with them and wanting to them but as a travel writer I was able to write more about National Parks and then since twenty sixteen I've kind of pivoted more towards that focusing writing about nature and national parks but writing about national parks would mean even more time apart from the new couple the answer. The only answer is they saw. It was for them to travel together and traveled together. That meant they had to become nomads. It's just said Matt. Let's look into getting our V.. And he started thinking about it. We started talking about it since I work remotely and I can be anywhere. There was really no reason why the RV wouldn't work and the RV thing is like kind of this Americana Dream that a lot of people have including me like I had been on RV trip with my family when I was eleven or twelve or something and remember it probably as one of my favorite vacations over about twenty days later I'm looking at RV's Irvy's thirty days later I'm buying an RV and Matt's like freaking out. Because I'm like Oh yeah we need to each put down three grand because we keep our finances separate everything is fifty percents. It's very equal within our relationship and Matt's money's Matt's money and my monies mine but we share in the journey together during that time he's like doc three grand what he told me zero down. I'm like yeah. But then this financing in Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. It was just one of those fun. Parts where the dynamics Kinda Kinda shifted. They had hoped they can airbnb their loft by that was against the HOA rules so they ended up having to sell it fast asked that was in Chicago for two weeks completely flipped the house. It was a crazy Roland of time to get that on the market so quick but we did it. Yeah did it. And unfortunately when we put on the market it was November. So then you have Thanksgiving you have Christmas then. Chicago is going through one of the worst first winters ever then yeah. Government shutdown took US six months to sell it in a market that takes thirty days and so that was really difficult and very strenuous tenuous not only on financial but are in a personal relationship because of how we handle finances so there was times where I actually had to borrow money from Matt because it just drained me created these little moments of panic. Like oh my gosh. Should we make a huge mistake. 'cause we were that was like that law is like our dream home in like the perfect perfect neighborhood. The perfect neighbors surrounded by all of our favorite restaurants and coffee shops and friends living close by so that was stressful. For sure we ended up getting figured out though there was a team and I worked up time for a quick break when we get back on the road. So if you like that and one here the episode checkout committed will link to it no-show nuts too as always thank you for listening.
"baker miller" Discussed on Design Speaks
"<hes> is is also yours and it's to me. I don't know you can weigh in on this. I know that pink used to be kind of like a masculine color and then within the nineteen nine hundred shifted over to be more of a delicate feminine correct. I don't know why i think somebody just said so. Parking marketing was like no boys is where blue and girls wear pink yeah so to me. Pink is just delicate in pretty but i think that's just psychology sociology stuff. That's beyond wait on me my entire life yeah. I think the same for me and i think because it was so like feminine and i was a tomboy growing up. I didn't really wanna like being pink. It wasn't until maybe like college that i was like now. Not think pink is in such bad color but i know there's more behind it. Yeah let's learn about it'd be more behind it so the pinks <hes> are these were some of these were like oh. I've never heard of that so baker miller pink which was the one that i'm gonna talk about the most mountbatten pink you know the name mountbatten combat and i know that name mountbatten is some cranham. Is it the like from the show. I mean it's real life. I just know what it is her husband big okay okay yeah. I've heard that can make that does sound familiar but mike where it 'cause yeah. I do love the crown your pink car. No i didn't get to pink oh sorry. How did you know you're fine so fuchsia shocking pink fluorescent pink one. I never heard of amaranth which is like on the red side of pink almost red and puce pieces of pink purple. You sound like a green mound. Bam pink looks kind kind of lavender yeah so if i were to see these colors and my husband saw these colors like purple rain oh yeah pinker grey and purple i i wouldn't call it <hes> so <hes> okay so the thing that i was really interested in about for baker miller pink probably because of my interest in psychology and color even though there's a lot of that in here <hes> baker miller pink is the color that they ended up painting a lot of prisons inside the cells and inside of like insane asylums because this is something that blew my mind and something i need to research on my own. I wrote down why does red increase increased heart rate and light red calm people down really those are think this particular shade of pink was so calming all ming that they actually had to stop using it because it was making people just like want to do nothing. Oh my gosh that's interesting. Yes don't pay any room in your house house mount baker miller pink so this is not the same color but when i moved into my house that we live in now we painted the walls kind of like tope. E color had pink senate. I literally could not go home because it made me want to do. Nothing yeah. Isn't that wild and i i remember i would tell kelly i'd be like i don't wanna go there. I don't like being there because i didn't get anything done and i'm just like i don't want to be there and so we had to paint the colors of the walls different color because it was just making me do nothing in that stressed me out like on one hand because it was like okay they're less aggressive little right but on the other hand and also they're just doing nothing so that was really what also because mount baker miller pink is not quite <unk> abysmal. It's like almost blush blush pastel yeah yeah so y- i guess interesting stopped using it. There was some other things. I just wrote down the pieces. The worst name it really is awful. It's like how mcguire with how could we improve upon that word like yeah huge puce abusive..
"baker miller" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"baker miller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Apartment building on western avenue. That was built it was a transit oriented development. So it didn't have as much parking devoted to it as other places might be. And there were a lot of anger in the neighborhood. Oh, you're going to screw up parking. It didn't I think that there's gonna be a lot of struggle about finding ways to increase density in the neighborhood. I think there's going to be a lot of resistance to that. But that's natural. And it should be the sort of thing that you encourage. I was gonna say, you know, we had this great conversation last week about would lawn. Right. And there was Dr brazier from the church out there. And but he he made a good point. We're talking about developers aren't going to come into some areas until the the neighborhood can support the how much they need to pay. Right. Get fifteen hundred for each apartment. Right. They're not gonna come in. So Lincoln square could get fifteen hundred in apartments in two thousand right? Do you have to start being concerned as a neighbor and as a member of the community about developers recognizing this is prime land. They're gonna try to go sky high. See how it's what's happening is some of the beatitudes closer to downtown. They're going to try to make bigger larger investments to get their money back. That's happened with detached single family homes. There's a lot of tear downs that are being turned into big one million dollar mansions when those sort of things, but the question is is the community going to allow development of apartment buildings and Bill. Five story buildings along western and Lawrence and bash land and other big streets. I don't know. I think that there's been a resistance to it and actually affordable housing was something that was talked about a lot in the older man grace and the new alderman Matt Martin expressed a lot of support for affordable housing. There's only so much an alderman can do have to be able to assemble the parcel, and you know, you have to figure out a way to make it into a good money making deal for the developer. We'll see politically you mentioned that Martin. This is the forty seven right? This is add Kelly. Shelter. This. There is a leg of Chicago political history. Head Kelly the guy that built the field. Right. But this is considered Chicago machine territory, obviously, the alderman just left. Yeah. He changed that. But do you see this area went big for lifelock? Is this a different political time for younger than it was maybe fifteen twenty years ago? It's all gone. It's all gone. I'm forty seventh or the fortieth four now. The Pat O'Connor is left and under your best quiz defeated him. It's now your, you know, well-to-do white liberals who progressives we call ourselves. Now. I guess I'm one of them who want to be able to put something into their community and going to spend a lot of time in interest doing that sort of thing that very devoted to their causes eighty-five percent turnout. I think is pretty good case. But they're really not going to take direction from anybody. The. Local forty seventh. Ward committeeman tried to express support for certain candidates in the automatic race. And there was a huge backlash. How dare you tell us what to do? That's undemocratic. Whoa. On democratic that is deputy mean voting or the party is. So that that was fascinating. So there is a sense of independence among voters last question. You might just as we sit here in the square on a beautiful day. I you know, is this the neighborhood you're going to settle in is this do you see yourself staying in Lincoln square for the rest of your life? I hope to die here. So get the cleanup crew ready. How I should put it. I don't know. Yeah. It's a terrific place. That's a great place in and I've been trying to get my mother-in-law to move here because it's so walkable, and I know that she would be able to just go and do all the things that she likes to do. You know, I don't really have to drive most of the time if I want to and that's perfect. Good place for old people Lincoln square come on in. Like your shea at Baker Miller at their Lincoln avenue or makes that turn part of Lincoln square. Find out all our car. All our conversations are online at WGN radio dot com.
"baker miller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Music and the new seltzer library and a renovated wells park, politically this is the forty seventh ward at Kelly's old ward, gene, shelters old ward. But so long Chicago machine. Matt Martin is a new alderman a progressive representing impressive neighborhood. What to give us better insight? We met up with our old friend, Mike Foucher, like his lived in the hood for over ten years, and he's been involved. In politics and hyper local news sites for years. He picked a spot the fabulous Baker Miller bakery, right on Lincoln avenue across from ricochets. And right next to the building where I once live a good place to discuss Lincoln square while eating cheddar and chives cone as the Brown line rumbles buff. We're sitting here in Baker Miller and Lincoln square right underneath the L tracks Foucher, what is Lincoln square to you. Oh, man. Well, people in the neighborhood here. Call it may Mayberry in the city. It's kind of ridiculous. You've got a huge little league that's going on and wells park. There's lots of involvement in local schools. There's lots of involvement in the businesses. It's an incredibly walkable neighborhood. You know, some of the best local businesses incredible store harvest time, probably one of the best grocery stores in town got a first run movie theater on Lincoln avenue. How's it possible? I personal to the story because play five years ago. I lived in this neighborhood. Yeah. And then it got better. To hear what you're saying about being a Mayberry in city and know that it, you know, it neighbors other neighborhoods that are tier graphically in the same location. What makes Lincoln square any different than other neighborhoods? I think it's got a few things that are going for it. Number one. It's got the Brown line the L is right here. And there's actually a lot of stops just in Lincoln square. I think there's three stops. So it's very very easy to get around. And on the other side you've got the metro so it's very translatable easy to get downtown. And that's a big draw. I think the other is is that we've got the big regional libraries Solter libraries here. That's incredible. It's open a lot more hours than other libraries, and it's huge and has a lot of stuff. Then the field house in wells park. Is it, you know, this the story of the field house in wealth park is incredible is probably one of the best field houses with a big full indoor pool the way that got built was the story is that the gymnasium for the Saint Queen of angels across the street. Treat burn down. And the park district director at the time who belong Queen of angels decide. Oh, well, wells park is going to take care of that. And they built one of the best field houses in the city. So it has all these incredible resources and things just to start with. And then it has, you know, some really nice walkable stuff. I think the square itself is super cute twenty years ago. When you were here was not, you know because he's gotten better Sherman. Yeah. And it seemed to be predominantly. This is where the German was into all that heritage and history that came through with that. Yeah. That does this neighborhood go to lengths to honor that history and tradition or it isn't good gentrified out like everything else. I I wouldn't use the word gender Friday. I just say they moved on. It still has made fests which is run by a whole bunch of German neighborhood organizations, but they're not in the neighborhood anymore. If you talk to them, they lament the fact that they all live in the suburbs. And they come in. There's the dunk house. But most of the people of the Don Kaos drive in to go to the German stuff that are on a huge like five story community center, which is amazing. You know, they have incredible programming there which everybody should go to. And then there's actually I can't remember the name of it. But there is a German society that has this one story building on Lincoln avenue, and it's a cool place. It's a club. You can't go.
"baker miller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Me. Okay. Well, he's got enough buttons to push in their progressive. Can't save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. Laura coming up. We'll take a tour or neighborhood tours head north to Lincoln square. Mike takes us over to Baker Miller bakery, right there Lincoln avenue to talk about the really just exploding neighborhood that is Lincoln square swelled that Congo coming up here. Right. After the headline sponsored by hearing house, center dot com. Here's Don Clemson. Thank you just didn't good evening. Several police departments responded to a large fight in Chicago heights this afternoon. An armored vehicle with police carrying soul type rifles was seen parked in front of a home on Andover street about two blocks. East of western residents say several people were taken into custody, but police have not yet confirmed that governor Pritzker San state lawmakers pushing legislation to increase penalties for drivers who do not slow or change lanes to avoid vehicles on the side of the road. The bills reaction to the deaths of two Illinois state police troopers this year as they were performing their duties and attorney general William bar wants to know why the Russia investigation started in the first place. He's tapped US. Attorney John Durham to look into it. The Connecticut-based prosecutors been tasked with finding out if the Justice department and the FBI illegally spied on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. At melis. We believe free range living is good for hens and kids alike. Let's listen in being tire floor is hot lava that will definitely catch on fire. The couches save the beanbag is safe. And so was my dad's sport coat that I do on the ground that cushion way over there save, but good luck making it a one piece..
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"Here. Three songs are only get to hear this one. Yeah. But it's really good. What's a great song Santana rules who it is as long as it's not that damn smooth song. She that song. I can't. Out of the three she's sitting here and telling me play smooth place where I was like, no that's a good one. Oh, I hate that. By the way, they tell everybody who you are again. He's been here. I'll show on. This is Vivian Lee new new producer year WGN. She's a new producer WGN. She's been sitting in and shadowing band. She's producing the show four times next week, Vivian nice to see you. It's nice to see. I'm sorry. I'm sorry that we disagree on smooth. Because that was a song that every time it came on the radio I wanted to put a gun in my mouth guitar. Yeah. Well, he's a great guitar player. I just can't stand the the what what the hell rob down. What was it? What is his band? Maroon five or more. Visit maroon five. Yeah. I think it is. No, wait. No, maroon five is isn't ruined five. What's tattoo idiot from the Super Bowl? Who's on the on the voice the Levin? He's he's maroon five I'm talking about. Rob thomas? He was in one of those other. He's the lead singer on smooth. What the hell was the name of your band? Matchbox twenty matchbox twenty. That's what it was. Okay. Matchbox twenty. Of course, pick would know that. Yeah. I mean, the president. Yeah. Me. Over here. VP of the Nickelback fan. That's right. That's right. That's all right. Well. Anyway, who who requested it from the eight one five one five area code? I apologize reinforced by Vivian. So. Yes. Vivian, okay. All right. So you know, it's it's it's it's pie day. All right. And that means it's three fourteen. So it's by and. We have some must eat pies in Chicago. So if you wanna celebrate pi day by actually eating a pie. We have some suggestions. Now earlier. Ban. You said that if you were going to eat a pie today to celebrate national t t to celebrate pi day Europe banana cream guy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I enjoy the banana cream. I. I like, you know, if you've been you've been to Baker square, assuming I have one of the only ones left in Chicago right by me, really foster and Harlem you live at Harlem. No suburbs. Oh, oh, you live in the suburbs. Yeah. Okay. 'cause fostered Harlem still is still going. Palestines there's another. I think there's there's there are a few more. But. They used to be called it used to be called. Poppin fresh. Oh, yeah. That's what it was called years ago. And then they changed it the baker's square. But they basically have been doing the pie thing and having the variety of pies. Now, there's a pie. That's pretty exclusive to baker's square that that's the pie to go. That's the pie to go to. It's the French silk. The French silk is the best pie Baker square. I agree. I agree with that. Yeah. The great pie. But we've got some other pies that you can you can celebrate with on pie day. The first slice pie. Cafe I sliced pie. Cafe. There are locations in ravens would in Albany park and Andersonville in Evanston. So you can go to a few of them. Ravens win Albany park. Not very far from where I live. So that's that's pretty good though, the chocolate peanut butter is the shots best seller, food and wine selected I slices apple pie. As one of the best apple pies in the country. The cafe also has a charity component so eating all that pie goes for a good cause. You guys have a favorite pie in the city of Chicago. Where do you guys go to get your pie? I mean, obviously as far as chain. Goes you go to Baker square. Get yourself French silk, or whatever they've got going, but are there certain places that you go to to get pies that you say are fantastic in order to celebrate pi day Vicky, you seem to be ready to jump in here because I feel very strongly about it. Okay. Boc winkles coconut cream pie. Delicious. What I've never had that. I love coconut cream pie though. In the truck driver that brings him there's a listener. So if you're out there, thank you for bringing those two Bach winkles. So that's Bach. Winkles? Where's bach? Wingels while the one I go to in the basement of my building that I live in here on it's on harbor drive. Okay. Love it. So good Bach. Winkles coconut cream pie coconut cream pies? Good. You know, they used to only sell them slices at this Bach winkles. But because I buy them so often they now have a whole one ready for me when I. So you single handedly changed how they're serving pies Bach winkles. All right, there you go. Anybody else have have a favorite spot to go to for pies. So we can celebrate pi day this morning. How about deflowered? Those with special dietary restrictions don't let it stop them from enjoying pie. Deflowered caters to guests with Sealy disease by making all of their products. Gluten free the pies, which must be ordered a week ahead of time are available in options like apple cranberry and pumpkin. So that's deflowered. So specifically for people would see act like our good friend Steve king. He could go there. And I wonder if he has been there, I wonder if he's been there ordered from deflowered. Baker Miller after splitting from bang bang pie in two thousand fourteen Dave and Meghan Miller. Created Baker Miller. Are there blueberry pie? When available is a must have. It's the best for thanksgiving. The shop we'll have a traditional apple pumpkin and pecan offerings as well as as chocolate chess pies. And again, these these, you know, we're talking about these this article where a lot of this stuff is is is accompanied by a picture, and let me just say that the pictures of these pies, look fantastic. Blue sky bakery, and cafe blue-sky bakery and cafe over in north center. This socially conscious not not conscious nonprofit provides employment to the homeless and at risk youth. Try the selection of mini pies. Made by local pro made with local produce like dark chocolate pecan. And again that looks fantastic at their mini pie too. So he can eat the whole damn thing and not feel guilty. Sweet man, DB's sweet man DB's this charming Lincoln park. Shop dabbles in just about every sweet treat imaginable. Pies included folks can order whole nine inch pies with fillings such as banana cream, apple cherry or chocolate cream. And that's sweet Mandy bees. A heck of a selection at sweet, Mandy B's. I've never been there. But that's in Lincoln park. And again, guys if you want to jump in here with your worth the place where you like to get your pies. Three two. Nine eight one seven two hundred all right Floreal bakery and cafe European-style. Pastries? Don't get much more decadent than what's coming out of here owner Sandra hole. Who honed her skills at green city market before opening this acclaimed cafe we'll be cranking out me so pie pecan and pumpkin with Brown sugar meringue pies. And that's that'll be coming out for for thanksgiving where you can get your crazy pies. There. So. Yeah. Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred bang bang pie and biscuits. Spang was mentioned before there are two locations. One in Logan square in one ravens would. If it's available. You should snap up the Honey pie with lavender sea salt. Also, grab one of the classics like the chocolate pecan inside a gram crust. And so and then spinning Jay another highly recommended pie place to to to get some pie spinning J capitalizes unto styles in Humboldt park. Visitors will feel like they've stepped through a time warp with the soda fountain atmosphere. Even during Chicago winters. It's okay to order, apple raspberry or pear pile mode. Those are just a classic flavors. The shop is best known has been known to use high biscuits, and lemon grass and even more creative ways as well. So those are just some suggestions and one more here before we break for for weather and the Blackhawks express who's your momma pie company, who's your momma, and it's it's it's Hoosier as in Indiana. But it's who's your, mama. The flaky buttery crust is the star of one of Chicago's finest pipe reveres the wide selection changes seasonally, which means that there's always something new fillings range from the traditional apple and banana cream to passion, fruit, meringue and chocolate chess. So there you go who's your, mama? Lots of great places to get in this city. And to celebrate pi day, which is three three point one four which is three one four which is today..
"baker miller" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"All right. We're back mister pinhead is brought in some cans of paint swatches swatches. What color what colors are our best candidates for painting this unpleasant room because we know quite well just from personal experience. Right. The colors play a big role in our mood. Right. Yes. So I want to start with an example here that I'm just going to go ahead and remind everybody that this one is one that there's a fair amount of disagreement. Yeah. So this is and this is of course, so called drunk tank pink or Baker Miller pink, so one Dr Alexander schaus PHD director of the American Institute for bio social research into in to Tacoma, Washington. He claimed back in the sixties and seventies. This specific shade of pink had a calming effect on humans slowing heart rate and lowering string. I'm suspicious. Yeah. Into it this this this announcement of his it did indeed lead to cells and some places being painted pink or opposing locker rooms being painted pink. Supposedly to you know to to make the opponent, less aggressive. Okay. But follow up studies, providing them, minimal support for this affective anything it's a very short term effect. Yeah. I was looking for research on this. And some of the research that was coming up was in the journal of Ortho. Molecular psychiatry, I think is is not a considered illegitimate field. Right. So I think on what is a good nice cautionary tale because I think on one hand we do have to acknowledge that color is only going to have so much effect on on on our feelings in our in our world. Well, this sounds kind of like what the opposite of what we want. Anyway, we don't want to calm people. Right, right. We want to come back to the video drum room the video Drome room. Is that weird orange color and oranges certainly in arresting color. It's hard to ignore. It's highly. Visit. Well in low light, and it's one of the reasons that's one of the reasons we see it on a life of this and so forth. So I think that was another excellent aesthetic choice by Kronenbourg and his team. Well, I've got another one in this next one is again, I look for an answer informed by empirical research, so say Hello to Penn tone, four forty-eight. See? So my source here is the two thousand twelve article in the Brisbane times by Rachel Welles. And so apparently in two thousand twelve the Australian federal government was embarking on a public health project. It wanted to discourage smoking and in order to discourage smoking at wanted to make cigarettes as unappealing as possible in this project would require commercial tobacco products in Australia to be given new packaging, which was not the packaging that would have been selected by the by the, you know, the tobacco producer manufacturer but mandated by the government and so. Would be logo free manufacturer art free with huge health warnings. And so forth. They were trying to four cigarettes to be sold in packages would discourage people from using them. And of course, they had to mandate a color scheme for the cigarette packs, and that color scheme was supposed to make the cigarettes, look disgusting and unpleasant. So they brought in help and they consulted for several months with a market research agency called GIF K blue moon. There was a person who worked at this company named Victoria, par who told the author of this article in the Brisbane times, quote, we didn't want.
"baker miller" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Live or you can listen to any other show we've ever done from the beginning of time okay we are talking color today lots of color now here's a fun fact for you but i say it as a way of illustrating an underscoring a point that i made earlier the power of color over our emotions and our psychology if you were picking a color to keep the inmates calm in a prison what would it be well you know what people have already been ahead of you on this one it would be pink it would be a version of pink specifically baker miller pink aka pan tone six eighteen or what's commonly known as drunk tank pink it is listen to me here clinically proven to reduce hostile violent or aggressive behavior doesn't eliminate it obviously but reduces it so yeah the ultimate feminine color actually in clinical studies lowers blood pressure lowers heart rate and even and this amazing effect muscle strength in males so yeah they've studied this if you go to a gym and build a weight room and paint it pink and then build another weight room and paint it red or white or any other color other than pink there are measurable differences in how much weight you can push if you're a man in the pink weight room verses in the other colored weight rooms because pink has that effect on your innovation psychology there you go right the more you know the power there's the star going across the street all right back to color there's a couple of things that i want to tell you right here there are two kinds of color mixing and i don't want you as a faithful listener to get this confused because people confuse it all the time in fact i mentioned this earlier in the week with a bill handel and i actually got an email this week from somebody saying oh excuse me mr expert primary colors are not red green and blue they and okay i just wanna make it clear there are two sets of primary colors to it depends on what it is that you're actually mixing together the definition of a primary color is nothing more than these are colors that you cannot combine other things together to get in other words they cannot be mixed they are primary they are not tinted in any way they are pure and they are primary now there are two categories one is the color of light color of light luminous color in luminous color we call it technically additive color luminous color the primary colors are red green and blue okay that's why when you're out shopping for a flat screen it's all about those initials rgb rgb computer screens flat screen televisions all rgb why because they are emitting light okay they are luminous those are additive colors in the world of non luminous light meaning pigments of ink or fabric or paint these are called subtractive colors because they are not emanating light additive colors when you mix them all together they will go to white luminous color i'm sorry subtractive colors the more and more tense of color that you mix together the darker it gets in it ends up being a muddy black so subtractive colors this is what's critical for paint and fabric and inc the subtractive primary colors are c m y k or cihan magenta yellow and black k just saying black is technically not a color in.
"baker miller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And if you can't picture baker miller tank it's worth looking at i think sickly shade of mid pink is a fair description we've got it on our website marketplace stuttle pour now in this semi relax noman'sland between christmas and new year's when you can still enjoy your baked goods and suites without much guilt at all ends next week i'm afraid this is also the time of year when retailers those retailers we mentioned at the top of the show coming off crazy busy holidays have earned themselves a little downtime that's true for amy enrolling in frank corolla they're the co owners of zingermann 's bake house in ann arbor michigan non michiganders' may have heard of their mail order delivery service think sour cream coffee cakes brownies ginger snaps any and frank recently published a cookbook with some of their most popular recipes the book is also called zingermann steakhouse indian frank thanks for being here our pleasure hello yeah thanks for having us i wonder if you can start with just describing zimmerman's bake house for people who aren't familiar with it well let's see we are located in an industrial park on the south side of ann arbor and we have really about five different components for the vacant house we have a bread bakery a pastry kitchen a cake studio we have a little retail shop and we have a baking school and we have about twenty four thousand square feet and one hundred fifty people who work uh 24 hours a day pretty much seven days a week making the lucious baked goods youhana a since how many served sour cream at coffee keeps you guys are making every year yes lee probably between fifty and sixty thousand while we have people love coffee cake who thought so zimmerman's as a company unfamiliar with through mail order since have not lived in michigan but i have gotten some excellently times zimmerman's care packages what is the relationship of the bake house to the rest of the singer romans empire we're sort of like a loose confederation of businesses a little bit like our how our government works with states so we all use these instruments name however where owned independently there's a little bit of joint ownership the founders of the original business airman's delicatessen owns some of each of the other businesses but all of the other owners do not own parts of the other businesses and.
"baker miller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hill in for cairo's doll the last few weeks on the show we've been talking about colours the business and economic back stories of specific shades today we have a look at what happened when a very particular color was touted as a way to solve some big social problems here's kassius st clair author of the secret lives of color with more in the 1970s people getting very worried about rising crime levels and in fact people were ferrying to crime waves but in 1979 a psychologist cooled alexander g shows announced that he discovered the secret to making people less aggressive and the secret according to his studies was a very particular shade of pink in fact the pink that we now know as they camilla pink or even drunk tank pink grovonni so bacon then a paint is really a very unattractive shade of pink to my mind at least i think it's rather a clean shaved of mid pink they camila pink became kind of cultural phenomenon well the psychiatrist who had initially worked on this studies and tests at would go on tv shows and radio shows and talk about the power of this pink to sat for strength and to minimise aggression in the people who are exposed to it it was also used by bus companies in there waiting rooms illness seats in the drunk tanks of small town prisons to calm people who have me were left arab night and then finally it was used in the visitors locker room of an american football stadium all however that the whole phenomenon of bay camilla pink has since suffered a a bit of a decline cut of an academic backlash that i'm challenged all the initial findings although late sd outing has actually been in the bedroom of kendall jenna who had red somewhat that it suppressed appetite i have to say i've never seen any scientific study of anything to do with appetite she has but used it in one of the rooms in her house that was kassius st clair with an expert from her book the secret lives of color and if you can't picture of baker miller paying it's worth looking up i think sickly shade of mid pink is a fair description we've got it on our website marketplace dot org we're now in the semi relax noman'sland between christmas.
"baker miller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Why those are the players is so because she painted her dining room pink yeah no i'm telling you live and the mad check alternated jenner went to dinner was some friends after they had gone to the human condition exhibit exhibition at a former hospital in la i don't even know what that means but they learned this expedition that there is a pink room in the exhibits that you had a special kind of pink in that called baker miller pink and it is the only color scientifically proven took calm you and suppress your appetite baker miller pick scientifically suppresses your for a pep the bears malls so she has painted that collar in her he calls drunk tank pink so she did very much because she has pain turner while the line that suppresses your appetite but the that i think are miller ping things really i don't sign alright when we come back here on the coming in bradley show from dumb kendall jenner two but there's this thing i want calling and i don't know if you know anything about it will be back my top one of seven mind everything media they great entertainment la flying you may learn something courtesy of jason cole since.
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"Are you gonna by a kanye ticket or you just gonna go to did he no no no no end did i'm going to turn around a go see kanye what wednesday night yet things ones that we had are going to be there may have to ok so it's strictly missed out there for why are going to see did he acted yes because all bad music represented just the time of my life where you know there's a lot of older peep there were in their party ages during the nineties when all that stuff was the people that are in their early twenties board are they going to be doing there there going because isn't a bit ok because they like some of that year summit is music on the old school channel no way that that the ditty concerts can be bigger than the kanye concert now i think did i think i'm he'll be way baker miller tell you why did he's going to be bitter okay virtually the same price for the tickets but you're game like how well so groups in a wide i know but but the mix is going to be days he yes spread rumors are is no i'm not but when like that but the radio and allowed one to see the batboy family no friday behead special guests i'm into the into the concert so we're to florida so you may see miami the people for miami you may see rick ross appeared okay who else lives in miami may see little way everybody trick daddy nina dj cow lead the cabot because kelly it is sad to rocco fellow ok z's outfitted and i don't i'm not saying there that against either the jay z was all stayed with data but they thats not it up but just know touch too many people the thing i appreciate about kanye concert it's just caught a onstage if there's eight ten people attempts to much i know i know that i'm only going to the kanye concert as i hope he burned kao most days with a wall seeded.