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Season Extending with Niki Jabbour
"So so here we are I'm waiting for my first ripe tomato as well, poly, tunnel or no poly tunnel because I don't have one. But you know I know I need to start fresh with some other crops tonight for instance put in another row of Bush beans the other day and you know so. What are some of the food crops and a lot of people who are listening are probably new listeners new readers of the website you know. Lot of people have gotten into the throes of gardening this year in great numbers, and even some experience gardeners have like. Expanded what they're doing because of the the sort of situation out there so if we haven't stretched the season before really if we haven't grown. The second or third sewing of this like what are the things that you would want us to try your hand up most of all? I think the most important thing to i. realize is that anybody can succession plant growing up I had this. We had this little family vegetable garden, and we never succession planted, so when initial crop of beans was done that was it we never had were beans, and now as you mentioned kind of us up every square inch of my garden, but even people listening who maybe are in condos or only have a deck. You can still succession plan pot, so everybody could should be success and planting if you definitely want to get as much food as possible this season. So for me right now. I am putting more Bush beans in like you said every two to three weeks until mid-july I will put Bush beans in I'm also planting fall crop of sugar snap peas I'm talking Zucchini and cucumbers in the garden because they take anywhere from fifty to sixty five days, and I still have that in my season before that frost, even with the fall factor worked in so this time for that. You know soon it'll be time. Time to for the fall and winter, carrots and beets, and of course cabbages, cauliflowers, all of those cabbage cousin Crops Broccoli. I'm starting them indoors right now under my grow lights that I can put them in the garden in about four weeks, because if I direct so those in the garden there, it's going to be hard to keep those little seeds and seedlings happy in the intense heat incentive summer class the slugs. Even though it's been dry, they have been. Just brutal. Describe this year I mean it'll be hot and sunny out there. handpicking slugs explain it, but they're multiplying like crazy. I'm picking teeny tiny ones. Giant fat ones about point where all of a handful of slimy slugs. I don't even care anymore I'll just. I'll just keep on picking them. So I do like to start something's indoors undergraduates, because it's a little easier than trying to nurture them along in the garden when the soils hot and dry right, so that's one of your tactical approaches is to start it in a more controlled environment, and have these like homemade plugs to plug in when you see that square foot come available when you pull some of that lettuce right? Yeah, and it's one of the easiest things you can do if you have girl lights. Because even like mentioned lettuce. Let us won't germinate when it's hotter than I don't know the Fahrenheit but twenty seven Celsius so probably eighty Fahrenheit I guess so. If you want the lettuce fall and winter start them in doors and mid to late August. Plug them in your garden when there are a couple of weeks old and you'll just bypassed the frustration of trying to keep the seeds and seedlings happy in again that hot dry soil right now. The list you just gave which I know it wasn't like the comprehensive list at you're reading from a script or something, or from one of your books by the way but it includes almost everything except for like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. Right I mean it's. It's pretty comprehensive that you can push a lot of things. You can do it again with a lot of things and. Although Margaret, you're making me feel a little guilty because I actually have a few tomato suckers I've rooted. And I'm just going to try to put those in and see what happens, and I might have accidentally gone to a garden center today and I might have accidentally bought another pepper plant, so we'll see what happens. Nor I wouldn't plant those and early July, but I'm going to give them a I'm gonNA. Put them in pots I'm GONNA put them in my poly tunnel and maybe I'll still get harvest from this year I. You know I. Don't think it's a bad thing to experiment and try new things. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't,
"broccoli" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"The Broccoli plant. You and I all know hails from Italy where variant of it has been a staple food for centuries, it is essentially an edible flower that is related to other vegetables, such as Kale Cauliflower Brussels sprouts. Broccoli isn't a native wild plant. It was believed to have been created by a selective propagation of wild cabbage by the ancient entrust trust skains for the most part, the Broccoli plant state in the Mediterranean during eighteenth century, it did spread somewhat becoming known as Italian asparagus England. There are reports that Thomas Jefferson trying to plant some Broccoli seeds in Virginia, but the plant never took off and gained popularity. The Broccoli variant that we are familiar with. A calabrese Broccoli named after the region of Italy where it was developed, it was created in the nineteenth century by an Italian family who crossed cauliflower and a plant called Broccoli Rob, which is actually more closely related to a turnip. At the turn of the Twentieth Century Giovanni Broccoli. Yes, that's the family's real name. And his brother immigrated from clobbering to Long Island. Where they started a farm producing the calibrate say Broccoli that they grew up with the farm grew quickly, and they're Broccoli exploded in popularity. In the United, states eventually the entire Broccoli extended family was working on the family farm after moving to Long Island Giovanni had a son named Albert like. Like the rest of his family Albert work on the family farm, harvesting packing and Shipping Broccoli Albert's cousin Pat. Chica left long, island, for Hollywood made his fortune as an agent and a producer and wound up marrying silent film star Thelma Todd Side Note Pad. Chico later married Gloria Vanderbilt. who the mother of CNN's Anderson Cooper, but you can't really call him a stepfather, however because it all happened before he was born. Pat Invited Albert. And Stars in his eyes he left New York and headed for California. Albert whose nickname was cubby, made the move out to Hollywood and after a series of menial jobs landed a position as an assistant director on the set of the movie, the outlaw after a chance meeting with Howard Hughes. Assistant director sounds like an impressive title, but. He was just a gopher and a personal assistant to the director Howard. Hawks during the movie Hawk Step, Down Director and Houston over which set up a working relationship between Broccoli and Hughes which extended beyond World War Two. After the war cubby became a theatrical agent for Charles. Feldman representing Hollywood talents such as Lana Turner. Feldman ironically enough actually produced the nineteen sixty seven James Bond Spoof. Casino Royale starring Peter Sellers. Cubby Broccoli had created a fairly successful career for himself in Hollywood, but being an agent wasn't what he wanted to do. What he wanted to do was become a producer. He was well into his forties before he happened upon the idea, which would make his dream of becoming a producer true. In one, thousand, nine, hundred eighty British government passed. A law called the Eady Levy which. which was a tax on Box Office receipts movie theaters? The money was to be used to create the British Film Production Fund, which was to subsidize the British film, Ministry..
"broccoli" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"Yeah that's. Super Super Fascinating and I'm curious anytime. There's something that's this gut had this many benefits? Are there any downsides or risks or cautions when it comes to adjusting serving? Yeah, that's that's also very important question in very good question. The the the question we get a lot. If I'm allergic to rockaway, can I take Bradley. And so answers no because. Broccoli that the the supplement is just oh, concentrate, but for still fearful specifically. The actual molecule, if your blood pressure medications you should be should monitor. What's going on the end because so? is known to hope improve black pressure issues, and then also similarly if you are on blood thinners. You want to coordinate with your physician in order to determine. Hey, m, taking sulfuric fan and I just want to be careful. Certainly. If you're going in for surgery, you should stop beforehand coordinate with your physician that way, but yet the the the to like allergies. Blood pressure issues as well as blood blood, thinning issues are the ones we highlight as far as cautions. Got To okay good to know so circle back. You mentioned that when you guys tested. Broccoli Sprout Broccoli seeds and Broccoli sprouts. There were some that didn't actually even have so far vein, and then I know that even in the literature once they do have software. It's actually doesn't necessarily mean you're gonNA. Absorb all that sulfurophane. We've got the whole interface of Rosina's Luca Raffin and this whole thing that has to happen for the so fourteen to be available in the bodies and our body. So can you explain kind of the science that like how have we in the past gotten enough so far? From Food and what things interfere with that process well, yeah, this is a very important question because it deals with the issues of the sulfuric instability. As well as How do you know how much of the molecule you're getting in your body and so? If, you think about it. There's kind of a journey that the supplement takes in order to go from you know. It's in your hand and you swallow it. To getting into your cell so one is. How do you know it's getting from your? Your bloodstream or supreme your gut barrier through your gut barrier into your bloodstream, and then like once it's in your bloodstream. Had he not getting to the cells that needs and what's in the cells? Had you know that it's actually making a functional difference? The in is the. How do you know the amount is such that it's making a difference so historically you get sulfurophane by? Eating Broccoli and so you have a head of Broccoli. In that head of Broccoli, there's a chemical that comes before self called Luca Raffin and it's stable, and so you start you take a bite of the head of Broccoli. He start chewing it in. Then you break the cell wall of the plant down. That has an enzyme called. Moroseness. That's released. It undergoes a career action with Luke Raffin. To make the sulfurophane you swallow. Eh, you get the benefit. Again Look Raffin in his stable. And so you can. Actually it put it in capsules solid as supplement. But historically if you did that with sulfuric degrades quickly, which is why people opted for growing Broccoli sprouts, because they're chalk filled with a large medical graph man large in. Naha amount of arose nays and going back to talk about originally throwing in some. Some radish seeds in there, too. It has loads of Marissa's that can help convert the graph than some people also use a mustard, seed or mustard powder, just fine, and so those are two ways historically. You've been getting a sulfurophane. Wine is through the actual sprouts. The other is through the actual extraction of this precursor chemical Koga graph men, and so into you a supplement one of the issues with that with taking Luca Raffin is. How does it get converted than ZAW which you take it and so that's actually the million dollar question so there are a couple of answers. One is your gut. Bacteria actually can convert. Glue Graefin into severe I've been at a certain percentage, and the percentage is variable depends on how much of the gut bacteria you have. Some people have none. we have a hypothesis that the people who need to be converting the most. Don't have that gut bacteria to do so, but you could convert lots of it, and so it's just most people. Don't go round measuring their gut bacteria composition Even if you do go back to can shift from meal to meal substantially since it's, it's not static. It's very dynamic. And so. The straight up. Glue Carafe. Percentage wise again. Everybody's different, but can get. You can convert up. He attend twenty percent of that. Into Sulfuric Fan, and then there are some that throw in the Marissa's in into the capsule. Again, it's an enzyme. It's not stable that enzymes not stable certainly difficult for it once it hits your stomach acid. To still be there and so typically the supplements that have. The moroseness is added to it. It does some. But it doesn't do not like the holy grail. It doesn't do everything because you're. If some acid can donate your that time pretty rally and so you know. With Broccoli sprouts. There's actually a paper comparing precursor, the precursor chemical supplements to Broccoli, sprouts and Broccoli sprouts again, just looking at. This specific research I don't WanNA. Down every. Broccoli supplement out there in get people angry, but but in this one paper, the rocky sprouts blew away the. The precursor chemicals for is the bioavailability of of the Sutphin, so those are some of the important things with now with in the research in this was specifically done at Johns. Hopkins says pretty controlled environment. They could get they can. They can put glue Grafton with mercenaries in get a forty percent absorption. We've actually tried to. Replicate that in have been unable to do that. I think bat is super high, but the main thing is what you're getting. Is it making a difference in so the ten to twenty percent range? It's the often you're getting is not making huge difference. Functionally and said I think that's that's that's very important to know. Out At. Okay, so what are some of the other things we can do? That can make so far more effective in the body, or that can increase its activity like for instance you mentioned and f earlier and I know that like you said exercise can increase that. I believe Sauna use can also increase that, so guess when you kind of stack things like that. It makes this a four fame more effective in your body, or obviously not eating fast food to decrease your to would make it more effective, but other things. Are there other things we can do synergistically with this oh? Yeah, that's great. I love Christian so. Yes is the short answer so. It sort of open ended. You know something we are researching. Inner supplement in a week. We actually put the cousin chemical. To Sulfuric Fan, it's called Nettle Ethel. ISOTHIOCYANATE or P. E. T. C. that chemical comes from watercress. So, which is Christopher as well and so putting this together you get extra functionally synergy of three to five times the functional effect. In actually. Within the Brockley seed itself there are five other cousin chemicals, not as high quantity as sulfurophane. But those work in synergy to to because we, we actually put the Broccoli eight head to head with. Just a lab grade social. by five milligrams for hundred dollars, and so the synergy between those cousin chemicals is substantial and then when you had. P. I. T. C., which we got the idea from a paper in the peer reviewed science, it's again three to five times the fact that he would see the other chemical that this one research paper did was Curcumin, so you put sulfurophane in with Kirkman, and it actually has a similar effect to the P. I.. T. Three to five times, so those are two. Chemicals to molecules that that work in synergy with.
"In the spring of twenty fourteen. I was twenty three years old. I had just moved to San Francisco for my first real job. Things were good and then all of a sudden I stopped eating. I became obsessed with counting calories. I didn't let myself eat more than five or six hundred a day. A banana for breakfast. A Salad for lunch steamed Broccoli for dinner. If I had a meal that fell unhealthy I would make myself throw up afterwards. I wasn't sure why I wasn't letting myself eat. It wasn't that I wanted to look different. It was more like I my body to feel different. I wanted parts of my body to disappear when I pulled on my jeans. Did it quickly trying to avoid touching the curve of my helped in a shower? When I ran the wash cloth over my body I tried to turn my brain off when I cleaned my chest. But this compulsion to count calories didn't line up with the identity built for myself most weekends. My friends and I went for bike rides outside the city. It felt Rad to ride as part of an all women crew. My friend had a jersey that said blue skies big thighs one day. We went out for a long hilly ride. We stopped halfway for a snack. My friends got sandwiches and SMOOTHIES and ordered a small Kale Salad before my friends could say anything. I lied and told them that he'd had a really big breakfast. It was worried about my friends. Finding out that I wasn't eating. I was worried that they would tell me. I knew better I did know better. I minored in Gender Studies. I was in the giant of monologues. Four Times I didn't even date men a new. That diet culture was bullshit. A knew that my worth wasn't determined by weight. I felt too feminist and queer to have an eating disorder. The final climb back up to the Golden Gate. Bridge is a windy steep three Mile Hill. I've fallen way behind my friends. I'm starting to really slow down. The Hill is getting steeper. I feel lightheaded and nauseous. I tilt over to the side and because my shoes are clipped in I follow over. If pull my bike to the side of the road I sit down and I cry. I feel so stupid. Just like this is ridiculous. Why am I doing this? I Walk my bike up the rest of the hill later that year. I was in a bike accident. I don't remember the fall or the ambulance. The first thing I remember is waking up in the hospital. The doctor told me they assumed it was a hit and run. He told me someone had found me unconscious on the side of the road and call nine one one but the first thing I thought was. What did I eat for breakfast? Had I passed out on my ride Later that day I went home to recover and at the end of the week I took a short walk down to the lake. I sat still on the grass and Doug my fingers into the earth I could have died. I still had a nagging fear that the accident was my fault. And even if it wasn't my body was in bad shape I haven't gotten my period in months. I had acid reflux from all the PUKING. I felt fragile. I decided I needed to get help. I mean an appointment with a therapist who specializes in eating disorders. But my sessions with her always felt flat. She was sort of vaguely. Talked to me about beauty standards. She asked me what kind of shows I watched. And what magazines they read at the end of one session. After a long stretch of silence. She cleared her throat. She told me I want you to consider that the problem is not your body. The problem is how you've been taught to see your body. I stayed silent until it was time to go home. I thought about what she said. On my way home I felt like there was something more complicated going on. It didn't think I wanted that. Idealized female body. But I couldn't articulate. The kind of body did want during the time I was in therapy did gradually start eating more but I think it has less to do with therapy and more to do with the guilt I still felt about the bike accident and the damage. It was doing to myself eight kind of as if it was a chore but the Underlying Discomfort. I felt in my body was only getting worse. Felt it when I got dressed. All my clothes felt wrong. It wasn't so much the close. It was my body in the clothes when I put on a button down a hated. The way attended over my chest. I bought a pack of Hanes white t shirts but those never fit quite right either figuring out. My sexuality had been not easy but more straightforward. When I came out as Queer in college it felt obvious I had a friend and then all of a sudden we were holding hands and falling asleep in each other's dorm room beds and finally kissing but my experience of gender wasn't tied to other people in the same way I was trying to figure it out on my own until I met up with my friend. Jamie for a drink. We hadn't seen each other in over a year and in that time they started to transition. Jamie were mostly plain white. T shirts like I did. But now there's fit them flat against their chests so that they didn't have to tug at it all the time sitting next to them. I felt like the awkward younger sibling. Trying to mirror them leaned over the bar elbows wide just like needed. I became aware of my voice and tried to lower it and oxidative to match theirs. Jimmy told me about their transition their voice cracked and they joked about how starting testosterone was making them go through puberty all over again. At all my pimples. They said I laughed. I didn't pimples but I did want the other thing. They had the ease they seem to carry themself with. Jamie was somewhere else in this gender universe and I realized maybe so was I. I walked on Jess and after feel a little bit confident when I walked in. My house means we're all in the living room. I stood in the middle and asked. Can you start using the then pronouns for me only in the House I want to see how it sounds and try it out? Everyone was like sure my housemate gave me a high five. Went down the hallway room and laid on my bed feeling my heart pound. I turn the new Pronoun over and over in my head. We'll be right back a few months after I started going by then pronouns. I decided to buy a binder. Putting it on was not easy. It's kind of like a sports bra and a straightjacket combined but when I looked in the mirror for the first time my chest was flat I turned to one side flat and then the other flat. I straightened my posture still flat. At this point I was the heaviest I'd been in a year. I loved how strong I felt my long bike rides but I still wish that the parts of my body that felt soft and out of place could disappear now with the binder on a realized that this was the thing I'd been going for. This was the body I couldn't picture back in the therapist's office
"In the spring of twenty fourteen. I was twenty three years old. I had just moved to San Francisco for my first real job. Things were good and then all of a sudden I stopped eating. I became obsessed with counting calories. I didn't let myself eat more than five or six hundred a day. A banana for breakfast. A Salad for lunch steamed Broccoli for dinner. If I had a meal that fell unhealthy I would make myself throw up afterwards. I wasn't sure why I wasn't letting myself eat. It wasn't that I wanted to look different. It was more like I my body to feel different. I wanted parts of my body to disappear when I pulled on my jeans. Did it quickly trying to avoid touching the curve of my helped in a shower? When I ran the wash cloth over my body I tried to turn my brain off when I cleaned my chest. But this compulsion to count calories didn't line up with the identity built for myself most weekends. My friends and I went for bike rides outside the city. It felt Rad to ride as part of an all women crew. My friend had a jersey that said blue skies big thighs one day. We went out for a long hilly ride. We stopped halfway for a snack. My friends got sandwiches and SMOOTHIES and ordered a small Kale Salad before my friends could say anything. I lied and told them that he'd had a really big breakfast. It was worried about my friends. Finding out that I wasn't eating. I was worried that they would tell me. I knew better I did know better. I minored in Gender Studies. I was in the giant of monologues. Four Times I didn't even date men a new. That diet culture was bullshit. A knew that my worth wasn't determined by weight. I felt too feminist and queer to have an eating disorder. The final climb back up to the Golden Gate. Bridge is a windy steep three Mile Hill. I've fallen way behind my friends. I'm starting to really slow down. The Hill is getting steeper. I feel lightheaded and nauseous. I tilt over to the side and because my shoes are clipped in I follow over. If pull my bike to the side of the road I sit down and I cry. I feel so stupid. Just like this is ridiculous. Why am I doing this? I Walk my bike up the rest of the hill later that year. I was in a bike accident. I don't remember the fall or the ambulance. The first thing I remember is waking up in the hospital. The doctor told me they assumed it was a hit and run. He told me someone had found me unconscious on the side of the road and call nine one one but the first thing I thought was. What did I eat for breakfast? Had I passed out on my ride Later that day I went home to recover and at the end of the week I took a short walk down to the lake. I sat still on the grass and Doug my fingers into the earth I could have died. I still had a nagging fear that the accident was my fault. And even if it wasn't my body was in bad shape I haven't gotten my period in months. I had acid reflux from all the PUKING. I felt fragile. I decided I needed to get help. I mean an appointment with a therapist who specializes in eating disorders. But my sessions with her always felt flat. She was sort of vaguely. Talked to me about beauty standards. She asked me what kind of shows I watched. And what magazines they read at the end of one session. After a long stretch of silence. She cleared her throat. She told me I want you to consider that the problem is not your body. The problem is how you've been taught to see your body. I stayed silent until it was time to go home. I thought about what she said. On my way home I felt like there was something more complicated going on. It didn't think I wanted that. Idealized female body. But I couldn't articulate. The kind of body did want
Cooking with What You Have with Lukas Volger
"I started started the book by examining my shopping habits and Realize that these ingredients are ones that I'm always putting in my basket whether I'm aware of it or not So that was that ended up being the organizing principle book. And so what? We've got our Hardy Greens beans canned and dried. There's summer squash Zucchini and yellow squash eggs cauliflower and Broccoli Winter Squash cabbage mushrooms. Tofu corn tortillas and sweet potatoes. Are Those ingredients that organized the book? Right good thanks for everybody to try to put in their market basket for those curbside pickup box. If they can I think Are you a vegetarian? I mean this cookbook is vegetarian. I am for like forty something years. I just wondered if you were to. Yeah I'm not a vegetarian anymore. I have been for various stretches my life and they'll probably go back to it again. right now. I'm I don't know it's hard to explain. It's just. This is my default style cooking. It's like weeknight. Cooking is always you know when I'm cooking at home. It's always vegetarian but I just have a sort of more lax Approach when I'm eating someone else's house are going out to eat And that's kind of what's working for you right now. Yeah well the book really has this. Let's see what I've gotten. My kitchen premise says the start of meal making as you say early on in the book and sort of not the what can I go by right now premise So and by the way I should tell people I love your e newsletter and your instagram feed And I'll tell people in the transcript of the show. Were also have a book giveaway. I'll tell them how to get. Subscribe to those With links but I believe it was last winter when you were doing like. I don't know an oatmeal challenge or something like that that I got totally hooked. Also about things like 'cause OATMEAL is not one of the things you just name to. But but you know you love good basic solid ingredients. That can do a lot of things down you. Yes exactly and the OATMEAL. I've done this challenge for myself three years in a row and it's In for the month of February it's Hashtag. I called Twenty eight days of oatmeal this past year to twenty nine days but It was exactly that'd be. It was one of those things where I realize you know what I eat oatmeal almost every day. And it is actually this blank canvas for all kinds of different toppings and so the challenge was to change up my My daily oatmeal every day and documented on instagram and it ended up being one of those things that really resonated with people. Because I think they you were eating. Oh maybe not every day. But he didn't get pretty often and had kind of fallen interacts with their toppings and didn't even really think to change it up but As I think it's one of those dishes that help you sort of be. Begin to cook intuitively and to begin to cook with story. What you've got your you know in the captions of that. I'm always just like oatmeal with poached egg and soy sauce. Scallions sesame seeds and you can sort of like immediately grasped how that comes together without having to you know. Put it into A recipe until that. That definitely informs the way I cook and the way I'm always trying to Get people to learn how to become better. Cokes and more intuitive cokes and more resourceful cooks with things that they've got on hands. Yeah and so Also I think it was on instagram. Recently you had and this is gonNA sound nutty to people probably if I might just say. The words roasted charred stems. You had a picture of roasted charts dams and you would think what the ACA. Why do I WANNA eat? Charred stems but it's just what you said at that of its even beyond waste not want not. It's like some of these bits and pieces just can make a whole other dish or an embellishment or flavor additive thing so what about rose to charge stems end the like because there seemed to be tricks like that in all your books. Charleston's is that is it sets a revelation And it really doesn't. It's one of those things that you really can't quite believe it until you do it. Because I I feel like they're all these people that are saying you know like Kale Stems. Dice them up and atmosphere stir-fry and I can't you know like I waste as little as possible. I can't fully get onboard with Kale stands there just to fibrous to really enjoy so. I'll throw those into a juice or I'll compost them but the Charleston's just become you know something completely you know it's like they. They almost turn into this delicious like Spring Vegetable. I'm just GONNA tender and has this I think of it is like on an almost asparagus. He flavor but different from the leaves and I'm always saving those and And roasting them in a hot oven around four hundred degrees. And you just want to come and tell you know. They're they're quite tender I think I think it's best when the crunches is removed from them and it usually takes about fifteen twenty minutes but then just chop those up and I add them either to my Greens that I've Sauteed I'll throw them into a Taco filling or in any any area into an Omelette into a grain bowl. Something like that. And it's just I mean it's crazy that that's chart that has the leaves which are one thing and the stamps which are when at another thing entirely and Just like it. It's kind of a little miracle Speaking of Greens you have A recipe in the book. And you know here. We are with our. You know curbside pickup boxes as I said before of whatever. And maybe we're hopefully where patronizing During this time we're shopping is difficult. Patronizing local farms and alternatives to be able to get fresh stuff You have a greens recipe. That's deceptively simple marinated. Greens it. Tell us about that one. Yes so this is Sort of comes from the place of me getting home to from the farmers market. It's my apartment in Brooklyn and having several ate a lot of green so I'm always buying you know three or four bunches of green so the time. The last eight stretch days and having to make space in the fridge for all those screens when they're in their raw state is One of the tasks I find more tedious than other tasks and idea. Here is that Rather than trying to space in the fridge I'm cleaning them and cooking them down and then taking a step further marinating them which is just I I'm quoting them. In some fresh olive oil and seasoning with some pepper flakes and salt and pepper. And it's just. Kinda like frontloading Labor dealing with green and then it also This is something that I've I've been hoping to convey to readers I think has been clicking a little bit. It's it helps It helps people and it helps me indeed to see the Greens after their cook. Like that as sort of a component of a dish so I end up using those Greens and as like an inch. Lada filling or an omelette filling in all kinds of various ways where sound like a recipe standpoint at helps take the reader out of the the granular line-by-line ingredient lists and steps. And it helps them see. Oh all I'm doing is like cooking scrambled eggs here and then turning that into an Omelet with a handful of these Greens and a few little onions pickled in vinegar and a little bit of yogurt. And that's that so I tried to do something like the marinated. Greens with each of these vegetables. Each of these essentially so as to help Think of these Prepared this as like components as that helped I feel like I'm rambling. A little deputy ideas to see recipes more as an assembly of various components than has a granular line-by-line. So get out of the minute of
If we can mobilise around a pandemic, what next? Meet two revolutionaries already flouting the rules
"You've said at one point that you think. Weist is beautiful. This zero philosophy is in a sense in practice for you. Isn't it one thing really like my life is just one big experiment you know. We had all sorts of experience. Guy On knock Ou- out offcuts of Broccoli with given to a Guy. Campbell had crickets growing. And he's and he's building and and there was a transaction. We paid him for the crickets. And what did the cricket stay ate the Broccoli yes. I'm quite obsessed with a nutrient density as well so fat soluble vitamins. How do you get all your vitamins? And crickets are a great source of that. And then you know. There's a lot of food that can be composted what about intercepting it. Before it gets composted and getting the most out of out of them and yeah we had them on the menu and we roast them and look like really a little bit like prawns in a sense. It's whatever you garnish them with. So we had salt Bush dehydrated and then mixed with salt and pepper and then some kelp dehydrated. People loved it. Okay so almost no waste zero. Yeah I can honestly say that we had zero waste and even the table was made from reconstituted plastic that came from Adelaide which company that makes bump recycled bumper bars. And we Lebron's I love the fact that out rubbish bins because there wasn't a rubbish bin in the place that's right. Yeah was any of these economically viable. I mean when I think about the restaurant and food industry. It's all about cost cutting isn't it? Food costs a very low but me because very hard. Because you're making butter from scratch making your grinding your own flour to make bread. You were making money yet. We were and then headed the council respond to you. How did regulate is and the Health Department released on? Ta The interesting thing we saw was counseled loved it and support it but it was relying on an invisible imposter. A Korean investment compost machine which took one hundred kilos plus of waste a day and would through bacteria and hate. Turn that into ten percent of volume pretty much overnight so this is like a loop yes. I would take it back and put it on my phone and grow more food. That was that was the idea. Originally four really beans and my goal was to get all the surrounding cafes to supply as well. I wanted to get that whole line way. Basically organic waste free and at just over one hundred twenty miles. It went on for years and Indian I just had a full and then it just got to a point where the threaten the V. Cat and my lease was up and decided enough's enough is enough. I it needs to be on wheels because it's crown land so wheels on it but then you've got it on wheels but it's plugged into the wall so it's technically building just went on and on and on and people at the city will argue that. It's not the case but I went to so many meetings own it went on for so long the Iraqis at the best year yet so it was just a wonder two. We've got a very different men now. I wonder if I would open it today. I think sally would be very different. And make sure that the people down and it wasn't their fault. Either this is like a law. That's one hundred years old. You go at bureaucrats but food safety is a wonderful thing. I'm mighty glad that I don't risk my life. Well I probably do. But you know the bugs extensively. Don't get me and don't kill me thank penicillin for that or thank medicine for that. All thank food safety laws and regulations that so these things are set up to Cape as well and healthy as well. The for the right reasons. I mean the reason why faces in European killed people in the during the gold rush. The contaminated water was killed people. There's a reason why these laws exist. Yes if you want to go carbon and look out of your lovely hotel room that you're staying in at at the river flowing underneath and the kids playing in it and then guide hospital. You'll find out that about half the hospital. Bids are filled with children. Who have drunk the water and the system doesn't work what we call the great centralized system of taking water from well outside the city using it and getting the pathogens as far away from the people as possible has worked for a very long time. So it's a good system but it. It's not a sustainable system anymore. It was a great system when it was invented. It's no longer a great system. The laws about keeping the pathogens and the chemicals away from the people still great laws. Yeah we just have to reinvent here we do it so you want a radical rethink of how we think about waste about how we think about water. How we think about sewerage. What would you like to see done differently? And why I believe we could have enough water in the city for twenty five million people currently when we get to eight million. We're going to have to build a new diesel nation plant. We have taking salt water and making it. Fresh is very expensive way to do it and it. It perpetuates the model that we will go and find new water rather than fix up the water that we pollute every day and throw away. The problem is that we would need to exploit that. We would need to move to a distributed model. Not Unlike a an energy model an engine model would say we'll generate half my electricity in my house and it might not be the most efficient thing to do might do it at a precinct scale and dealing with wastewater is not something I would recommend the public does however at a precinct scale. We could create a new suburb was sustainable. In terms of its water us so we have a wastewater treatment plant and WOULDA treatment plant. That are the same thing so it would just be a water treatment plant. It would take at polluted. Water would take watering from sources. That may or may not be polluted and in Australia. We spent a lot of time protecting those sources but around the world on average we still use that model in the sources on predicted working Sarabhai or any new Asia with river that supplies the water for the city is twenty times more concentrated in wastewater than what we dispose of this wastewater. Wow here and yet die. Beehive as though it's a clean water source in terms of the purification process if they just accepted that distributed model it said it is polluted wastewater with clean it up as though it was wastewater. Let's do it properly. Let's produce gripe water in in actual fact. That city could change very radically if they try it as the centralized piece. It's very difficult. You've got to build huge sewage. You've got to build reservoirs you've got to build a whole range of things if you do it. As a distributed system you could actually stop tomorrow and so this model in a Harvard sense for a Melbourne. Where new suburbs could be like that but for other CDs with his saying. We're GONNA put in sewage system. I say why would we do that? I mean th th thinking about that Indonesian example. You climb that we can process. We produce water that is cleaner more pure in a sense than tap water if I look at the waters of the world and we do that for a living and I look at what we can produce out of recycled plant currently in Antarctica by any test chemical biological any taste. You WanNa do. We are far cleaner than any tap water in the world
"Dissolve one packet of Lemon Jello in one can or one cubes worth of Beef Bouillon. Add lemon juice and allowed to cool. Add three hard boiled eggs diced. One Cup diced celery. Half an onion grated one cup miracle whip and one can of corn beef chopped chill until set slice and serve congratulations. You've just made corned beef luncheon salad. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Use It up where it out make it do were do without my grandmother would say. I thought that was clever saying from her side of the family but it was actually a slogan from World War Two encouraging the public to use fewer resources so more could be diverted to the war effort. We're all getting a taste of that as we're hunker down unable to shop at the spur of the moment and much more limited in our choices when we do thankfully we do have precedent to fall back on after all people are still alive today it through the Great Depression children. The roaring twenties came to an abrupt stop with the Stock Market Crash of Nineteen Twenty nine which saw billions of dollars evaporated into thin air. The crash wasn't the sole cause of the Great Depression. There were things like the dust bowl wherein incorrect farming methods turned the fertile American planes into a desert but the crash did act to accelerate the global economic collapse by nineteen thirty three. Nearly half of America's banks failed and thirty percent of the workforce was unemployed. You had to make the most of what you had and you had to get good at that fast to women. Help struggling homemakers to be able to feed their families. Eleanor Roosevelt an aunt. Sammy beginning in nineteen twenty. Six and Sammy had a popular weekday. Radio show called housekeepers chat about cooking and other domestic concerns as well as chitchatting about whatever else was going on at the time and Sammy was very popular especially in rural areas. Thousands of people wrote into her for recipes by nineteen thirty to one hundred and ninety four stations broadcast aunt. Sammy show and she published aunt. Sammy's radio recipes. Parenthetically the Great Depression Cookbook. It would be the first cookbook published in Braille. Interestingly enough though I struggle to think of how difficult it would be to cook on wood or old timey gas stove without good eyesight on Sammy's recipes. Were meant to be simple healthy and easy to cook. She's even credited with helping Broccoli. Find widespread acceptance prior to which it was only found in insular Italian neighborhoods and Sammie helped many wives and mothers through the Great Depression but once that was over then country was back on its feet. People lost interest. The show was cancelled sometime in the nineteen forties. Though sources don't agree when exactly. There's one other fact about aunt Sammy. That's worth mentioning. She didn't exist in the latter half of the twentieth. The Department of Agriculture Bureau of Home Economics created a wife for uncle. Sam The on creatively named Aunt Sammy. The character was voiced by different women at each individual radio station that way the listener would hear an accent similar to their own and feel more connected to aunt Sammy. Three women worked behind the scenes at the USDA to prepare the script each week that all the regional aunt. Sammy's would use fanny Walker. Contested Recipes Josephine. Harmful wrote the chatty portions of the show and Ruth Fan demine coordinated all of the Menus and recipes. The other woman who guided homemakers through was the very real first lady. Eleanor Roosevelt. When Franklin Roosevelt entered the White House in Nineteen thirty three? A record number of people were hungry but being president is not without its perks and the first family eight well even extravagantly while people stood inbred lines. Eleanor Roosevelt. Who didn't know how to cook realized that the way she and the president ate in the White House had the potential to influence and even help the nation through the depression. She hired an acquaintance. Henrietta Nesbitt whose husband was out of work to be the new White House housekeeper housekeeper at that time more like how we use the term homemaker today and not as we use a euphemism for cleaning lady. Nesbitt and Roosevelt retooled the entire kitchen installing modern appliances and coaxing the skeptical White House staff to use them. This was the first kitchen in America and it wasn't even sanitary recalled. Nesbitt in her memoir. Meanwhile Eleanor turn to home economists for menus that would balance nutrition and economy the healthiest recipes in the world wouldn't help people if they couldn't afford the ingredients what's more she resolved to serve these humble dishes in the White House. Her efforts were covered by national newspapers and followed closely by housewives. There was a catch. These nutritious economic meals were awful. The first kitchen was turning out some of the most unpalatable meals in modern memory. The president himself was usually the test subject for these new dishes and he obligingly choked them down. Things like deviled eggs with tomato sauce and prune pudding in place of lavish dishes. The White House table was the stage for things like Spaghetti with boiled carrots. Cold jellied billion and bread and butter sandwiches served so much mutton that being grown sheep which is cheaper than lamb. Because it's much tougher that it became a joke throughout Washington. The first lady experimented with foods like milk corno a mix of dried milk powder and cornmeal developed by Cornell University milk. Porno could be eaten as a gruel like dish or worked into recipes. I was not brave enough to research. What those recipes might be. The bland meals became so notorious that visitors to the White House would eat before they went nutrition. Not Taste was paramount in the time of soup. Kitchens and bread lines and eleanor. Roosevelt was trying to use her table as a way of encouraging and inspiring other Americans to get through this uniquely challenging historical moment. It was just as well they got used to eating a limited range of food because FDR's presidency also included World War Two and the Roosevelt's eight rationed food just like everyone else Roosevelt's White House eight modestly in an act of culinary solidarity with the people who were suffering. Jane's Eagle men. The CO author of a square meal told The New York Times. Here's a sampling of menu items. The first family and the public general might have enjoyed in massive bunny ears spaghetti with carrots and white sauce. The sauce was basically just milk. Meatless loaf made with peace oatmeal peanuts. Rice and or cottage cheese. Whatever you could get your hands on Mulligan's stew any animal. You could kill or find dead with whatever veggies you could manage or anything. That would keep hungry. They for a few hours without killing you like sawdust. It was reportedly created by the massive homeless population during the depression. Where people in homeless or migrant worker camps would pool their resources so that everyone could eat none of my sources mentioned where the name Mulligan might have come from. We do know the name origin of another STU. Hoover Stu Herbert Hoover had been elected just in time for the crash. But Unlike the Roosevelt's he continued to live the good life in the White House. Shantytowns BECAME HOOVER. Villes and the soup from soup. Kitchens became hoover stu the weirdest one of all and this report is opinion was peanut butter in baked. Onions was a whole onion hollowed out stuffed with peanut butter and baked. Just because we have two things on hand doesn't mean we should eat them at the same time as Eagle men succinctly put it. Peanut butter has nothing to say to a baked onion. Some recipes sound like they shouldn't work but surprisingly do like mock Apple Pie. Apples weren't readily available. But Americans weren't willing to give up their conic Apple Pie. The apples in mock apple pie were actually Ritz crackers and it worked. If you're not already familiar with Youtuber Emmy made in Japan. I'll link her hard time series in the show notes and on the website. She all kinds of dishes from times of deprivation including hot water pie grapefruit. Peel steak toast soup. And even the Haitian dirt cookies which you can hear more about in episode number ninety four. My name is mud while we can be grateful that recipes like ketchup soup and peanut butter and mayonnaise. Sandwiches are behind us. Some food created during the depression is still with us. Meatloaf is a comfort food classic and shaping food into loaves go to during the Great Depression. The same goes for casseroles which were a good way to use up odds and ends or to mask less palatable ingredients the depression also gave us the mother of all comfort. Food Kraft Macaroni and cheese or kraft dinner for my friends up. North in Nineteen thirty seven craft heard about a salesman from the tender Roni. Macaroni Company of Saint Louis. A Scottish emigrant aimed grant Leslie going rogue and selling his noodles with packets of greeted kraft cheese attached. They hired him to promote the concept and started selling it for nineteen cents for four servings.
Tony Phillips joins Broccoli Content as CCO
"The ladies from our new center at news dot net former WNYC STUDIOS VP and former commissioning editor for the BBC. Tony Phipps has joined London based audio production company Broccoli content as their new chief. Creative officer can help scale the company including developing international partnerships access. The three year old startup media company has to do with Pushkin to produce a new daily podcast shoot launch this summer. They're hiring for host senior producer. Associate producer producer. Pod FABS is a new website builds to help discovery calling itself the rotten tomatoes podcasting. Whatever that means podcasts are assigned to temperature using a proprietary algorithm part uses at seventy seven point five degrees whatever that means remote recording software then. Casta is removing. It's eight hour limit for free users until July to help those stuck at home French podcast hosting company. Outta have raised one point two million euro. They plans to expand across Europe. The company has twenty employees crate. Media have posted a remote podcast recording checklist to keep your quality. High Sounder has spoken to a lot of successful podcasts and have published eleven creative ways to successfully promote your podcast or ten if you discount the first one goto networking events. Not much of that going on for this piece the other day about advertising a podcast of service called Audrey might be helpful with over three hundred shows who are open to cross collaborating the UK radio station. Podcast radio is now broadcasting information about the virus and in America these Center for Disease Control and Prevention the CDC released a statement earlier today warning citizens to abstain from creating any new podcasts curing corona virus self. Quarantines we asked all Americans to stay vigilant they say and resist the temptation to unleash something on our population. Much much worse than the virus itself. It is of course from a satire website. The hard times sealink in our show notes and newsletter today in podcast news the tumble science. Podcast for cates is focusing on something kids to finding a bit worrying right now. The Corona virus kids ask questions and they got a great expert to answer them in language. Kids can understand no really. I made a version in Spanish as well. It's recommended the Immaculate Deception is the first podcast produced by UK Production Company. Something else in partnership with Sony Music. Entertainment it's disturbing true. Crime Story About Dutch fertility Dr Yang combat who appears to have fathered at least sixty children and the Los Angeles Times has launched Asian enough a new podcast about being asian-american hosted by Genu- motto and Frank Xiang and there's plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe at Prod News Dot Net.
Dining in Cork, Ireland
"Week. We are with Monaco's Johnny German as he talks through the reach and varied culinary delights on offering Cork Ireland's second city in the southwest of Ireland and on the banks of the river. Lee Kirk or as the locals refer to it. The real capital is a true culinary. Hotspot first-place visit is a Cork Institution. The iconic English markets buying the city center a bustling Victorian covered marketplace packed Boulevard sans trading products from the local to the International. Maneuver your way onto the barrel. Vaulted CEILINGS THE ALTERNATIVE BREAD COMPANY. And pick up a loaf of traditional Irish soda. Bread loaf under your arm. Wander over to O'CONNELL's fishmongers which offers freshly caught fish arriving daily from castletown bear in West Cork. Get yourself a slice of the very popular oak smoked salmon to pair with your bread. Even Queen Elizabeth herself visit the marketplace. During a state visit into an eleven pat O'CONNELL the fish monger welcomed the Queen and pointed at a monk fish. He said it resembled his mother-in-law. The Queen laughed uproariously across a few Stolz to a Riley and sons butchers established in nineteen. Ten here get a good serving of tripe tra- Sheen and Caribbean some or d'oeuvres to chew with relish tripe is the stomach lining of a sheep or cow tra- sheen variety of blood pudding and Caribbean pig trotters. Old famous in the market due to its long standing history of providing salted beef and to sailors circumnavigating the globe departing from the coastal harbor of Cove. Exit the English market and amble along to the Michelin starred. Itchy GAUCI on key patrons. Sit on stools or at the counter and observe the chef. Takeshi Miyazaki at work in the open kitchen experience. Japanese haute cuisine fused with local ingredients in fact Miyazaki uses local English Beans to make his tongue cut through dishes. The menu offers items that are grilled steamed pickles chewed in rice soup and Sushi me all reflecting the seasons sample the spring dishes pickled awash with Sardine Rhubarb welcoming. And She Soto's has crunch Kenny cream. Crockett with castletownbere crab unusual. Koji mayonnaise perhaps knockback. A man in Tokyo wants me to never drink hot sake. As it will give you a roaring hangover. He continued to confidently. Say Drinking ice cold under no circumstance would give you a hangover from experience. I can categorically confirm this is untrue after succulent meal of Japanese cuisine. Checkout alchemy coffee. In books on Barrack Street they used three F. E. Independent Irish coffee roasters. I promise a sip of the coffee in alchemy will make the drinker releasing audible in pleasure. The cafe has used books to flick through alternating art exhibitions from local artists decorate the wolves and all of this adds the creative and relaxing ambiance for dinner look no further than Para Diso. An internationally acclaimed Vegetarian restaurant known for its innovative menu parody so uses local ingredients for an international taste braise TURNIP SPROUTING. Broccoli and chilly glazed. Pan-fried Tofu with Patrouille. I some of the highlights on the diverse locally sourced menu. Even for the most carnivorous of meat eaters. This vegetarian jam is a culinary highlight of the city after such a gastronomic Odyssey. A final coaling to the Abbey. Tavern is much needed on the way to the pub take post-prandial Stroll Through University College Cork and admire the neo. Gothic quadrangle employs tres. Now for an evening staff Digestif in the Abbey Tavern a pint of Murphy's referred to me once as glorious mode of the River Lea make sure to bring along a copy of night boat to ten year by Kevin Barry Long listed for the Booker Prize last year this very pub features in the book and gives the reader great insight into the colloquialisms lyrical accents and the culture of this great city wined dined evening in a snug crack. Open a bag of cheese and onion crisps. And hopefully you'll be treated to a boisterous sing song as the night rose on and on
Coronavirus: List Of Canceled Or Postponed Hollywood & Media Events
"For the past few days I've been sort of locked in my house and I'm sure you have to have been locked in your house you've been keeping an eye on what your favorite musicians what your favorite artists are saying about the way they're going to have to cancel their tour is how this is going to change the way they make a living how this could potentially you know ruin them really devastate their lives last week the Juno awards were cancelled as part of the code nineteen outbreak because gatherings of people are risky thing right now tons of major arts events have been postponed or canceled or shut down billion dollar movies Broadway productions concerts ballet summer festivals museums house concerts local festivals art gallery shows our queue this panel is here to talk about the impact the coronavirus his hand on the arts you're gonna hear about the collateral damage from all these cancellations and I what we can do to maybe help are to stay above water sewer Berman writes for the website Pitchfork a harmony is a freelance music critic hi guys how are you okay hello let's start with the junos harmony what was your feeling when you find out that you know it's for cancer so by the time that you know's what canceled we've already started to see a wave of cancellation so it wasn't a surprise at all I think it was the right thing to do to be proactive rather than reactive in the situation although it was unfortunate certainly was to what you think I think there is this may be small window of opportunity we thought okay maybe the genus and stay ahead of this because at the time you know south by southwest to cancel but that is a much more of a global gathering you know we have people coming from all over the world to that festival and you know even when Pearl Jam cancel their tour that was done with the recognition that a lot of their fans flying in from all over the place to see their shows so there is that maybe that something that because the buyers hadn't hit central Canada yes and because the jurors is much more you know confined to the Canadian music industry that maybe you know the show could go on but you know once the cases started popping up in Canada they really had no choice and also even if you know they could somehow one hundred percent guarantee a safe space there I don't know if any of us were really in the mood to celebrate yes we can you know I think back to the Grammys which happen on the day that Kobe Bryant died and the weird Paul in the room that you know cast I can't imagine would have been like to like celebrates in this environment yeah I know I I was there I was in Saskatoon we flew in I'm I'm Wednesday night preparing to do the show Thursday night and we were of course you know kind of bombs that it was it was like sort of intellectually bomb to that it was canceled right you know I would've been nice to do show but immediately everyone understood right no part of anybody there that was like all this is that this is annoying and it's been really amazing to see kind of the how artists are at the same time upset but they also kind of get it right right it's about taking care of each other at this point so I think everybody can relate to that point but I think about musicians who are preparing for the summer festival season it's a great opportunity not just to get make a lot of new fans but also to make pretty considerable chunk of your income harmony do you think this could spell the end of summer festival season so I think it's still slightly too early to tell there are festivals like south by southwest of Coachella that have been canceled or postponed but those were taking place earlier in the season and so it made sense to cancel them I think everyone is in a bit of a wait and see pattern right now they're still festivals coming up like broccoli city festival or a Glastonbury just announced their headliner rolling loud in Miami there's still a chance those could go on but there are so many unknown variables to contend with so we'll just have to wait and see yeah I think the best case scenario is that this next month will be brutal and then hopefully the worst of it will be done and will be come out the other side and get ready for summer even even then he's going to want to get together in a large group you know kind of ever again it might it might take a little while before people regain that confidence you're spending you know just two days in my home with my children you know I'm ready to go go to a festival I I missed possible I mentioned that we're gonna be talking to you I mean think of it David Hein the creators of come from away in just a little while about their show that's gone dark Broadway went dark last week the Mirvish you know the big Broadway shows in Toronto have gone dark as well a lot of theatre has been canceled store what what what does that mean for theater more widely I mean on top of just like a hundred million dollars in revenue potentially like going away you know that not that there's never a good time for a global pandemic pandemic but it's a really bad time for theater because that were in the run up season to the Tony awards eligibility there is about six new plays about to debut on Broadway to that we're trying to get into that deadline for Tony awards consideration so that's you know those plans have all been scrapped and who knows what it spells for the Tony awards this year perhaps the biggest and death now to the end to the live concert industry S. surrounding covered nineteen is when live nation one of the largest concert promoters in the entire world and also they were suspending all tour is in North America harmony what's at stake here so they canceled are halted all of their domestic and international tourists and that represents countless venues artists people who are on the production for those shows who are not making money right now because they're not working I'm although it's important to note that live nation did mention that there's no layoffs planned at the moment and that they can whether other financial hit that they'll be taking so I'm hoping that this temporary measure is a temporary setback for people but like Stewart said we can get back to work a sooner rather than later how many is a great point there I mean we've been talking so much about the impact and artists themselves but you know tore promoters folks work on cruise lighting folks M. S. sound folks yeah this is an industry that's full of thousands of workers and you know they're dependent on the show going on and with no show they have no job and you know all these people are contract workers and freelancers so you know it's not like they have a salary that they can lean on in these times if you just tuning in out here with a harmony and Stuart Berman here as our queue this music panel talking about the devastating impact of the work of cover nineteen on the arts sector especially in music given everything we've been talking about here is a lot of conversations around toward insurance and I've had a lot of people text me and say you know are these positions covered are they going to be fine can you little bit do you explain what tore insurances harmony yes so typically there's two kinds of insurance behind the torso there's one for the promoter and one that covers the artist they don't cover pandemics typically however they were written in a way where an artist might be covered if they contracted a covert nineteen or if the venue was forced to close because the government told them to however a lot of insurance policies starting in January started to write in clauses that specifically exclude covert nineteen related losses so well hold on yes on the whole a lot of promoters and artists are on the hook for the losses well you know insurance is a gamble like that's all it is at the end of the year betting on an outcome happening or not happening and with cove in nineteen there's no gamble like if everything gets shut down so insurance companies aren't going to just offer that up freely so this is this is that the Arab artists would normally have insurance in case of cancellations this might not happen now because part of ours yeah I mean if they get in a car on the way the show would have to cancel you know that would be covered under typical policy but you know when there is a global pandemic that is shutting down everything I know there's no wiggle room there Laura Laura Jane grace is the singer and guitarist from the band against me she said the following on Twitter all the bands canceling shows because a corona virus are doing so because their insurance companies updated their policies to not cover cancellations due to the virus I know because ours did the same I know I mean it's sad but insurance companies aren't really in the business of paying out that many insurance claims especially because there would be a wave of cancellations all related to the same thing all coming in at the same time so unfortunately they are trying to re write the rules at the last minute to avoid having to pay those claims out yeah then we dive go fund me campaign St but like what's what's going to happen all these musicians with this with the minutes we're gonna talk it'll cost about that in a second but with the with this loss of revenue I mean it's it's crippling it's it's devastating to so many people you know because you know when you're on tour you're not just you know you're not making money like it's not a salary you're you're basically paying yourself day by day so the money you make on Tuesday night those towards your survival on Wednesday so for instance a young guy whose the recording alias of Ben cook who plays an aft up you know he's on tour in the states he was doing some small shows on his own and then he was going to join up with the band white reaper for a bigger tour and not been cancelled their tour so he was stranded in Texas because he was relying on that white reaper tour to take him all the way home right so you have to set up a go fund me which fortunately was successful but but but if you're a musician also and you're about to go into a lot of those costs are already page Mary had buses rented you may already have hotels done you might already have theaters but you might have accrued both these people have to get paid out I mean it almost doing a tour might be the worst situation you could be in right now yeah no I mean this is this is their salary this is where your income for the year you know and they're planning the these things out months in advance and I think okay my summers taken care of because I'm gonna be touring Europe in may or in April and so now that is gone and you know and they probably you know taken leave from their day job and you know can go back to that and so all these arrangements have been made that are now thrown you know up in the air and either yeah everyone
Pants on Fire: Cheerleading
"Welcome to pants on. Fire that game show where kids choose between the cheerful and spirited truth and the bad sportsmanship of lies. I'm your host Deborah Gold. Cnn in the studio today is our sound effects about Lisa which stands for live in-studio audience too but not too but that is the question. Pardon me I poured in the lady. Thank you but what is it that you are doing? I'm practicing my lines. I have an audition tomorrow for the robot. Regional Theater production of Hamlet. How that's exciting to thrilling. Indeed but to be honest I am nervous. Oh I really want to be in this play and I've been setting all the lines for weeks. I think you're going to be great and remember this above all to thine own self be true. What is that some sort of fortune cookies saying? No it's a line from no forget it. Why don't you take your mind off your audition and tell us how our game works Shaw Melody? Every ways we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other ally and it's the job of a human to help us figure out who is too because no one gets about Aligarh better than a kid. I mean we hope right. Otherwise Radha business. What are we lying about today Deborah? We are lying about cheerleading. An activity of organized cheering chanting dancing and sometimes competing with stumps Lisa. Do you know anything about cheerleading. I'm sure had mentioned my great uncle. The electronic scoreboard was installed at a basketball court. I used to go to games and watch him keep score the cheerleaders. Were pretty good but nothing is as exciting as watching your uncle. Flip those numbers. That's real spirit. I I can appreciate that but I think you're going to really feel the spirit when we learn more about cheerleading. Now whatever okay. I say we should find out about our contestants shall we? Who might that be? I know tell us are human child contestant as an eight year old who loves everything about baseball. I'm Talkin every billy leave of it lily are you. I'm good welcome to pass on. We're so happy that you're here. You love everything about baseball. You like watching it or playing it. That's cool duva favorite baseball team. Yes the New York mets. The New York mets and dealer favorite player on the team Noah syndergaard. Mister met. Yeah I was stuffy of him only and I went to high school together. I don't know about that and tells. I hear that there is a forbidden word in your house and it starts with the letter Z. And it is perhaps a vegetable and getting close to something you don't care for Sabre Broccoli might be Zucchini. This is something you do not like correct blab not in any which way not even Zucchini ice cream. Ill Zucchini no. It's kind of fun. So can all right. We'll we want to know some more fun facts about you lilly. But we're GONNA do it the way we do it on pants on fire playing two truths and a lie. Okay so you're gonNA tell us three facts about yourself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the lie. Are you ready? Yeah Excellent. What are your three facts on so first one is my dreams go to West Point West Point? I know absolutely everything about Harry Potter. Threes my grandparents live in Spain Spain. No not space stain. That'd be fun. Okay what do you think Lisa? Which one of those things is a lie? She said earlier that she knew everything about baseball. Now trying to come back and say she knows everything about Harry Potter. That's like a lot of that. One is the law. That's fair. I think there's one things she doesn't know about. Maybe so lily. Which one of those things is a lie Is My grandparents live Spain? So you're saying you know everything about Harry Potter. Yes okay. Let's see. Do you know what Harry Potter does? Yeah he's a wizard. She does everything she does. Okay Lisa can we get some welcome music? For OUR CHEER EXPERTS. Two four six eight khurda appreciate. I want to hear about it if it's me otherwise I don't talk about it. I just appreciate me. Our first expert is Allison Williams. Allison introduce yourself to Palo Lily. I am a CO owner of an All Star cheerleading program in Brooklyn New York. Pay Thank you very much and our second expert is Gerry mccrae Jerry. Please introduce yourself to lily. Lilly how are you? I'm Cheri and competitive cheer choreographer at Various High Schools in New York and Connecticut and they used to cheerleader twenty Peac University. Two thousand five to two thousand nine go Queenie plus enough. Let's see those are some cheerful sounds? Lisa well I always feel cheerful. It's I'd say time toads. We are going to put our experts on the hot seat while they answered lillies questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Jerry Maguire. Because he's going to show us the money. His name is not Jerry Maguire. But I like your thinking anyway I fine. Blue Okay Lily. What question do you have for Jerry to start? Tell me about what you do. What does a typical day in your job? Look like sure so. I've been hired to come up with competitive cheer routines at various high schools. So I go. I work with the students. I kind of envisioned the whole routine. I teach it to them and we go through all the motions and until we're ready to go. Put it into competitions clue. Yeah that's my job to. That's basically what I do. I see. Allison how did cheerleading become a sport? That's an excellent question. So initially cheerleading began in the UK in the mid eighteen hundreds and then traveled over to the US and at first there were college students who were in the audience watching a football game and the athletes weren't doing well during the football game and so the audience decided that they were going to get together and they were going to encourage their fellow athletes from there the sport grew throughout the US and then officially became competitive sport in the nineteen eighties. It's also spread throughout the entire world since then cool. This is for you. Jerry what would you say is the worst injury seen on the Mat So one time I did see a basket. Toss gone wrong person. Just didn't catch the flyer so she fell down. Hit the person who was on the base that they both kind of hit their head on the ground and Yeah so just to head. Injuries is the worst I saw. Because you know you need your you need your brain to be intact or two. That are they okay. They're they're still with us. That's good yes where I don't see bring them. He said they were with us. It's just an expression that means they're non dead. Humans are obsessed with. Who's alive who is dead going? What are you robots obsessed with? Good question we have you ever had something called Zucchini tuition. So mean Okay Lily. Quick change the subject away from that. Vegeta- this one's for both of you. Can you tell me about the jump? The herkie Chanda Hurricane Joe. Okay who wants to take that question? I'll start okay. So there was a fellow named Lauren Turkey and he founded the NCI the national cheerleading association. And he also invented the pom pom so they named jump after him because everyone loves him and he big in the world of cheerleading. And it's just this fantasy cheerleading jumping with some nice arches in aerials well to add onto that Lawrence her car. The reason why the jump was specific named after him because he attempted to do a split jump and instead bent his leg and as a result he came up with this jump. That did not exist. Which is why was named after him the hurricane.
How To Promote Your Spa Business During This COVID-19 Crisis
"Lot of people have been asking. How can I promote my business during this cove in Nineteen Corona virus outbreak? Because people are being told to stay away from close contact with others and in the SPA. You're in close contact with others and there's so much noise around this corona virus that people don't quite know what they should and shouldn't be doing now. The one thing that is universally accepted as a way to help prevent you getting this. Corona virus is to have a strong immune system. And that's where spouse can actually offer something. One of the best ways to have a healthy immune system is to get a good night's sleep. Can we help enhance a good night's sleep? Of course we can so can hotels for that matter. There's also a number of foods that are known to be to be helpful in boosting your immune system enhancing your immune system things like garlic and ginger and Broccoli almonds even yoga now we can offer juices and beverages and snacks that have some of these elements in them and we can promote the immune system boosting properties. All those particular ingredients. Now please please please please. Please do not make a claim that you cannot substantiate. Do not say this is going to stop you. Getting the Corona Virus Simul sleep. Get a good night's sleep. Stop the Corona Vars. That's not necessarily the truth so you don't want to be saying it but it's going to help and so I also think you don't WanNa be talking about directly the corona virus if people are coming into your hotel in your spa. They already a little bit worried about. I wouldn't be talking it up even more. I would be making subtle references to the immune boosting properties of whatever you're offering whether it's good night's sleep whether it's your juices whether it's you'll snacks. Let them make the connection. I wouldn't make the connection yourself because then I think you run the risk of of the perception that you're suggesting that this is a cure way to prevent it which is not but it is a way you can help people maybe maybe have a certain level of comfort that they kind of doing all they can do so. That's just an idea for how I think. A SPA Business and hotel business for that matter and frankly any business you're in you could offer people snacks beverages in your business when people come in and say that this will help boost your immune system or the immune boosting properties. All those ingredients again. I'm stressing you've got to be really careful about what you climb. Make sure that what? You're claiming is backed up by some research. Do not make any crazy claims. Just try and subtly talk about how you can help. People enhance their health and well being in general. That's the best way actually to fight this corona virus for the most of us
The Intimate Relationship with Food
"Really been thinking recently about our relationship with food and how intimate of a relationship it is we think about intimate relationships being with you know the people in our lives significant other but food is a truly intimate relationship. Because we're taking something from the outside world in putting it into our bodies all right name one thing that's more impactful and intimate than that because as my guest today said food isn't just food. Food is information so what we're taking in from the outside world in the form of food is informing every single sell our DNA our jeans on what to do on how to express themselves on how to build proteins on how do move hormones and neural transmitters throughout our system to communicate cholesterol building and The transport of those things are liver function our brain function all of it is intimately impacted by every single by a food. We eat too big thing very powerful and this is something we come out of the womb. Knowing how to do we come out consuming. We come out ready to eat now for many of us. We have play as our first source of food You know mother's milk but today's system was a little bit different. Our society is different. There was a time. Things are shifting is a time. When mother's milk was pushed in science to be inadequate and formula was actually pushed as the ideal first food for babies. Now we've cleared up our misconceptions about that. We know that mother's milk is the most valuable thing for newborn babies but even soon thereafter we are bringing in different foods and thrive. Aleutian will be a wide variety of different food but again in recent years in recent culture that variety has begin to become more and more and more minimal and the impacts on. Our health has become a place where we're seeing disease and obesity at a place of epidemic proportions. And I think that a big part of this is just kind of if if I'm thinking about the way that I grew up I grew up in an environment where I didn't really know that there was a difference in the food that I ate. I didn't know that there was a difference between a fast food. Hamburger and a wild caught salmon or Broccoli or candy bar. I just thought it was stuff you eat and growing up in the environment that I did even in high school. We'd have a lunch line where there's like the meal of the day you got the mystery meat. You know what is it? I don't know but you know the lunch lady would be doling out preparing some stuff in the back. But it's largely you know processed foods from not the best sources most likely but predominantly most kids. I'd say nine out of ten kids are going through the fast food lines. Were getting our burgers getting our pizza. I say five days out of the School Week. Four days eating the little personal pizza and also get a pretzel with cheese. I don't really care too much for the Pretzel. I needed that cheese. I need that cheese Whiz hitter to dip my pizza in and that was my fuel for the day you know and maybe have a soda or juice or the Soda. Companies were actually on our school campus in highschool doling out and giving away samples of their new products whenever they come out. Search was one that hit when I was in high school. Right there was supposed to be this Energy drink slash soda. How on Earth are they able to come in to infiltrate our bodies and our minds of our students on a on a high school campus? Like that is wildly inappropriate. But the thing is if we're not aware we're really not aware because I just saw it as. Oh this is cool right. We got free samples one of the biggest drawing points for so many people. Especially if you're growing up impoverished. He is my favorite price which is free. If it's free. I'll have some of that right. And that's something that can fuel you get you to another day. But it's also potentially fuelling chronic illness because many of the programs that are designed to support people's health and wellness are actually a largely giving food from government subsidies and also giving access to highly processed foods. And so how do we break the cycle? How do we really figure out how to get healthy food into people's hands into their communities and that's why I'm so excited about this episode today to change the culture in our schools in our communities at large and this book and this project from our guest? Dr Mark Hyman is a total game changer. So I'm really excited to have him on today and just really quickly one of the things that I've learned about in recent years it's been easily over a decade that I've been really trying to help break down the misconceptions about dietary fat. But only recently in the last few years has medium chain triglycerides or mcat's become very popular and something that people are really striving to get a nutritive source of these mcat's and part of the reason is that medium trained Triglycerides have this really interesting ability to be able to cross the blood brain barrier into feed your brain cells. There's only a couple of dozen nutrients that have that ability of the hundreds even thousands of nutrients mini that. We still don't even know yet. Only only a few dozen have the ability to actually go into the VIP session in your brain via crossing over that blood brain barrier and feeding your brain cells as pretty frequent
To Fight Climate Change, Bank on Soil
"Carpenter and Yoko Kamara were showing us around their tiny farm in Connecticut. It's called Asa Waga. I met Alex originally because he sells their delicious veggies at my local farmer's market and I started chatting with him and learned that he and Yoko are unusual. Not many farms are fully. No till I think no toe captures it pretty well. We really try not to disturb the soil at all. So you know we try to move the soil very very little literally pulling up a carrot to harvest it is as destructive as they get and the other thing. Yoko Alex do is. They tried to keep the ground covered. So the soil doesn't erode and carbon doesn't escape that way you don't really ever want it to be bare soil so even between plantings you want that to be as short as possible. So that's one thing and then another is to have a diversity of vegetables so my plan for next year. I'm trying to have an each bed at least two different vegetables so instead of having a better carrots you can enter cop carrots and scallions or something like that this multi vegetable farming plan. Yo called it inter cropping and it's great for a number of reasons first. The diversity of plants helps keep away weeds and pests because there aren't any huge beds of just one type of Plant Alex. Yoko don't want to spend all their time weeding and disturbing the soil. And they also don't want to be applying pesticides herbicides. Inter cropping helps with all that also having a diversity of crops means you harvest them at different times so interrupting means that even if you're pulling up one crop the other still there to help keep the ground covered plus the roots of one crop. Stand the ground even when you pull up the other up and said they keep pushing carbon into the soil and feeding microbes informing those great carbon storing clumps. You Know Wendy you see bare ground in nature It's only after a natural disaster usually so when you're tilling you're basically creating a series of natural disasters over and over as though I is the polar opposite of a natural disaster the farms in a little clearing in the forest and it is really beautiful. It's full of life. When we visited there were birds and frogs in a little caterpillar. Turning into a butterfly we walked carefully on paths between the beds that of course we wouldn't disturb the soil and we got to snack on some Chinese Broccoli right off the stock. It's so sweet. At this point I was getting serious vegetable. Nb WHEN ISO my veggies at home in my little container garden I dig a hole for the seeds or the seedlings but that disturbs the soil. Obviously so how to Alex and Yoko get their seedlings in the ground? Alex showed us this cool tool they have. It's called a paper patrons. Planter stood of growing in a plastic tray. Starting the season it we start them in A. It's like an accordion paper. Sell so then you start them. They grow and then when it's time to transplant. You put them on this and you walk backwards and he pull this and it unwinds the paper chain and puts it in the ground for you. The paper bought transplant. Carves out a narrow space in the soil and just lays the seedlings right in there but wouldn't the ground be covered with all those great living in crop plants. Where's their space for the new crops? That's the tricky part on notes L. But there's a few ways around this problem. Yoko told us that some of the plants they put in as cover crops get killed naturally by frost and turn into Mulch so that's great for if we need to put a plantain early in the season next year. 'cause it's going to be dead already. There's no need to kill it. The ride that were sewing now. That's not gonNA Winter Kill and by. May It's just GONNA be Super Tall. So what farmers do is they cramp down. I mean it's just as simple as just pushing it down. Alex and Yuko have a tool. That does that crimping and just pushes the plants down and then their space for the new crop some farms that are lower no till just kill the cover crops using herbicide which seems to not be the greatest solution. Alexandra coup still. There are clearly ways to farm without disturbing the soil. But here's my question isn't the whole point of our whole system of agriculture. That annuals need disturbed soil or at least really prefer. It necessarily prefer it as much as they are very opportunistic and when there is a disturbed ground they kind of like leap on it and they're like on the first one there. Yuko says annual plants might take advantage of disturbed soils but they do just mind an undisturbed soils to and anyway annual plants like Broccoli and tomatoes and peppers. Do love good nutritious soil and carbon rich soil. Certainly is that okay? At this point I was about to sign up for the cult of no till Alex Coca. We're making it sound so sensible and so simple. But Tim and asthma told us. It isn't quite as easy as all that it is among the most sophisticated in challenging and dicey in some ways methods of agriculture. Because a lot of things have to line up in terms of the weather in terms of getting out there to do the work so that you don't miss a window that's critical in organic no till the implementation of it is very challenging no I. It's definitely intensive in terms of labor and management that has to go in not just intensive. But also you'd require knowledge of how to manage soils in these sustainable waste and so it's definitely not necessarily as easy as intensive production systems but I think the number of farmers that are practicing regenerative. Agriculture keeps growing. And that's a demonstration that it's doable. It's probably more labor intensive Will it's different intensity? It's a totally different way of thinking about it. And I think for a lot of farms that have learned conventionally. It's not easy to switch the entire way that you think about a system. So is it more work. I don't know if it is. I think that over time it gets to be less work actually are inputs become less. Were not working. The soil We we'd in June. We read very minimally and Alex told us they take off each winter. They go away often to Japan. Where Yukos from so? That's pretty nice. Of course the rest of the year is kind of full on nonstop work at the two of them on the farm and they do literally everything and they both say it's not easier maybe even possible on a bigger form you know I think There's a big benefit for us having a small farm because when I just explained to you micro plan for next year having inter cropping almost every vegetable. That's really hard man as I. I don't even know how we're going to share but yeah I think I don't know what the scale ability is but it would be amazing if there could be a lot of small farms rather than very handful of large farms of course if Yoga's dream of lots of small farms were to become a reality that would mean. We need a lot more farmers than we have right now and there are all sorts of challenges and roadblocks to making that happen. The other thing is that Yoko and Alex growing veggies that Asa Ouaga veggies are something we could all use more of but really our diet is built on a few commodity crops big fields of wheat and corn and soy so canot till work for those crops to. There are a pretty amazing group of of growers in the Mid West. Especially who are practicing no till but with a great deal of cover crop implementation cover crop cocktails and only periodically using herbicides. So they're not what nozzle heads where they're just spraying spring there judiciously hitting cropped just to break a cycle after maybe two years even and then resewing and in my mind that in terms of managing a broad landscape is very
"Hands-On Review of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III"
"After spending four days in Costa Rica and continuing shoot with a camera. Simpson Dan I can comfortably say that. I have a good feel for the Olympics. D M One. Mark Three is neither mono- from heaven that many users hoped-for nor is it. The disappointment that some reviewers have complained about. It's a solid semi professional camera for Nimble photography that's only limited by the users imagination. I'll explain my views on today's TVs photography podcast. I hope you enjoy the show so I was lucky enough to be part of a review experience. put on by limps that sent journalists from DP Review Imaging Resource Pedal Pixel and gadget and so forth to Costa Rica to test. The M one mark three. Now the only rule was that we didn't violate the embargo in other words. We didn't talk about the camera before we were supposed to Which was really unfortunate timing for me because they lifted the embargo on Wednesday morning about one. Am and you know. The podcast publishes Tuesday so I just missed it by that much but you know as it turned out. I'm kind of happy about that now because we've all had a chance to look at the various reviews of the em one. Mark Three by the other folks on the bus and now I get a chance to sort of talk about some of the issues that they brought up so it all worked out right. It all worked out. There was a moment on the bus and I was talking with a fellow journalists that I realized how the reviews were going to go for the camera. He was disappointed with the not updated censor As are many reviewers the comparatively low resolution. Lcd is one million dots. The non state of the art of Electronic Viewfinder two point three six million dollars the lackluster performance of AF tracking. And what they said was the relatively high price for a small sensor camera which is one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine dollars. Those are some of the things that I was hearing on the bus and I wasn't hearing a lot of discussion about the other aspects of the camera of which there are many so I'm going okay. So my approach was while I was there. I'm not an apologist for Olympus nor any other brands so I didn't feel the need to defend the camera or defend them or really defend anything. But I did offer a few tips because I have experienced with the mark to with the pen. F with practically every Olympus camera in the Mirror era. I just left it at that. Offered my tips and left it at that. But I decided what I would do is lead off this review addressing those five comments and again. There are things that we have seen in reviews published over the last week. Then we'll get onto the stuff that I like so I guess the way the mood that I'm in today. Is that as a kid? There were nights where I just ate the vegetables I the soggy cauliflower the Stinky Broccoli. You know whatever it happened to be just get it out of the way and then. I could really enjoy the mashed potatoes and hamburger okay. That's what I'm GONNA do today. We're going to have some overcooked cauliflower. I already now before I get into the specifics. I do want to make a general comment. About Olympus the Olympic mindset that I've learned over the years of working with them in their cameras and what they do as in my opinion is they take a very holistic approach to the devices they build and they will live and die by those choices in other words. I never got the feeling that they were looking so much at the individual components the sensor or the electronic viewfinder whatever in isolation in other words them saying we have to. Have you know the top of the Line Electric Viewfinder in our flagship camera? We have to the top of the line. Lcd If the have you know a brand new sensor every time. I never got the impression from them that that's the way that they think the way that I see them working is that they designed the camera and they're looking at the whole camera. They're looking how everything works with each other in the camera and interacts with the system. And what they WANNA do is create an experience that I think is unique to what other manufacturers are making. I don't feel that they are individual component driven as much as they are experienced driven and I sort of sum up the Olympus Approach to photography with what I call the three CS. Now these are mine. Not There's however I will live and die by three CS just like they will buy their cameras and I think there's design. Principles are driven by compact creative and capable. Those are the sort of words that I kind of here here and there from them and that I get when I work with their devices so keeping those three C.'s. In mind compact creative incapable. Let's take a look at some of the complaints or the most common criticisms of the mark. Three at the top of the list is the non updated twenty point. Four megapixel live moss micro four thirds sensor when Olympus debuted this sensor in September two thousand sixteen and that was in the em one mark to is scored the highest according to the EXO mark of any for third sensors Edging out the Panasonic Competition and the twenty point three sensor that they had just launched in the NF earlier in the year so it was the top of the line. Four third sensor in September two thousand sixteen when it came out now that same twenty point four chip is in the M one mark three but the difference is that the mark three has a true pick nine image processor compared to the true pick eight found in the and one mark to and in fact even in the an one x they are true pick eight processors but there's two of them so there's a there's a little horsepower there right but They are true. Pick eight and nine so at the moment the mark three is the only camera has the true pick nine in it by the way the that launched earlier in two thousand sixteen has the true. Pick seven in there now. I can say that after shooting with all three cameras. My view is that it's the processor not the sensor that we should be focusing with the mark three and I talked a little bit about this sort of stuff in last week's podcast. I mean if you think about the evolution of smartphone cameras and where the real progress is made from you know iteration to iteration a lot of that progress in the computing power in the software. Not so much the sensor itself and I think that's where the upgrade is for the mark three now would I love new sensor in the? Em One right yes. Of course I mean we always would. I'm not going to say no to. It is like saying one hundred dollars you know slipped under my front door. Of course I would. I would take that. And when they do come out with a new sensor which I know they will at some point. We'll all put on lamp shades and run around the House with arms waving in the air of course but at the moment. I don't think that this camera the mark three should live and die by this twenty megapixel sensor that has been a proven good censor. I think we should look however at the processor. That's powering all these unique functions that this camera can do so you know. That's my take on the non updated sensor. Yes I would love to have a new sensor. I am not crestfallen because we don't next complaint. The three inch one point zero three seven million dot very angle touchscreen. I heard a little bit of carping about this and you know I will agree that reviewing images on the mark three is not quite as lovely as let's say the Sony a seven Armar Four. That has a three inch. One point. Four four million dot rear. Lcd
20 Minutes with Suzan Galluzzo
"We have a special guest Susan on the show. Thank you very much for giving us your time to talk to us today. If you could start off by telling us about yourself and how you got into the health and fitness game. That would be amazing. Thank you okay. So I'm super happy to be here. I love love love talking to anyone who will listen about health fitness nutrition. So thank you for having me okay. So I've always always Kinda into fitness. You know growing up. I realized much later in life. That fitness had saved me a few different times in my life without actually realizing Tila. My older years. Like in my teens. It saved me from being this insecure. Not so confident teenager in my twenties same thing it helped me found my passion and then later on when I got married and had my first child and fell into some postpartum depression. It saved me once again so it was around then after my first child. I decided that I was going to compete in a fitness show. And just for fun just to get myself. I was bored lonely depressed and I thought you know for. Give me something to focus on. I love being busy. I love fitness. I thought I'll just casually compete in the fitness show and from then. I realized that I learned this incredible information that I felt all women men needed to be privy to not just the bodybuilding world and. I thought why is this only four bodybuilders. Like there's such a holistic way about doing a transformation that should be shared with everyone. So that's what inspired me to get into fitness. And usually what is under? Your nose is what you were meant to be doing and you know so many times. They told me and I'm like no. I'm an accountant and I was in counted for seven years. And you can't make that much money and you know be purposeful teaching fitness. But you know when you're so passionate about something. The Universe is very good to you so from there. I opened by first studio. I was nine months pregnant with a one and a half year old and I opened by her studio ten Yod. It was eight and a half years ago. Most very busy period view obviously dealing with us in the business. Mostly shooter is goes well which is always outgoing. Like still passionate about my own olds his great to hear one thing. I did read that. You'd mentioned before is that. Obviously you're someone who has our family job clients to deal with and quite often people put others needs before themselves. So you talk about. It is important to prioritize ourselves. Sometimes so wolf advice. Would you give to people thought about doing this? What most people end up doing? Is they wait till they hit rock bottom to realize that. Oh my God I've been putting myself on the back burner. And that's when a lot of men and women come to me is when they get a diabetes scare or. They're in so out of shape that their doctor said you have to lose the weight. You have to do something about your health. But it's you know rat. Don't be reactive about your health. Just because things seem okay. We have to realize that you know it's twenty twenty exercises for all and it's mandatory mandatory it not a choice anymore. You have to be taking care of yourself to in order to live a fulfilling and a fulfilling lifestyle until our old age like why are we in wheelchairs at sixty seven years old. No we need to extend our life an extra ten twenty years. You know few of children. It should be a priority regardless with or without children is a priority so realizing changing your mindset when it comes to thin this and realizing that it's not a one trick pony. It's not just a only to lose weight to go on the beach. It's the lifestyle and it's it's for everyone and everybody needs needs to be a mandatory part of lifestyle. I'm trying to get it to be more attention to it. In our school years. You know teaching children the importance of how a fitness routine and getting into the lifestyle early in your life so that it will help you when the going gets tough when that stressful times when you know men and women are having families. It's like we need fitness health to be a part of our lifestyle exactly on. I think it would be very beneficial as well to give children a young age abroad exposure. To all the different types of things you can do obviously. There's numerous different sports a sport for everyone. There's obviously athletics fitness classes. And the so much and there will definitely be something that someone gets excited about and forget. It's actually doing fitness. And they'll see his something they love doing. Yeah I truly believe that especially with kids. It's like we need them to realize that you're just because you you're not that sports kid and you didn't make it on the team. It doesn't mean fitness is not for you exactly exactly. I think that would be very very beneficial indeed successor. How would you that however you raised your children to understand that health and fitness is such a key or as you said mandatory part of our life that will help us later in life while you know seeing is doing right. Monkey see monkey do. If you're not doing it and practicing the lifestyle like how can you tell your children that this is something? That is mandatory. It's going to help them. So because we are both me and my husband are very active. They see that they see that their entire life since they were bored. So that's their normal right a lot of times. They see parents that they don't take care of their own health and fitness and nutrition but they want their children to eat broccoli and go to soccer. It's like no it's gotta be a whole family approach so of course the kids and then also the importance of prioritizing right. Yes school matters and your studies. But it's like we try to take a well rounded approach with our kids that fitness and education. And you know mental health is a big one for us to the all these things matter and all these things need attention to not one gets more attention than the other. Everything needs attention because the end of the day were such complicated human beings that we we need to give attention to all these different elements that make us who we are and yeah it gives them an opportunity to explore like. Maybe they're not the sports kid on the team but maybe they excel in. You know something else. That's fitness related Doesn't it's the agree completely that you can't ready press others to pursue a certain lifestyle if you're not living it yourself save costs definitely true and I'm sure you found you. Continue to find because health and fitness is such a massive part of your life. This will actually help you. Continuously play with your children and getting bowled their lives as you feel you feel too out of shape to fit to to really grew up on play with them and see that a lot in my business. I see a lot of parents. You know that are struggling with their hell and are overweight or tired or exhausted. And they can't even play with their kids or herb. Take them on skis they. They're missing out on things that they could be doing with their their kids. Like you know. We live in Canada so ski trips and tobogganing and just being active in even going to an amusement park and being able to walk that long like I see I see it a lot in my business that when the parents failed to take care of themselves they actually the kids miss out. So what advice would you give to someone? Then pinches listening to this or because it's obviously going into the new year has just started the new year unless they wanted to start to finish any. What can they do to really initiate this process? I mean the one. The big thing is deciding. Decide and commit deciding that your your goals have to be big enough to excite you so you need a reason right. Think of what is your biggest reason for a lot of people. Should their biggest reasons should be that they want to live a long healthy life and for themselves they don't WanNa be pushed in a wheelchair to prematurely. So can give yourself really sit and think about a vision and a reason. That's my first step. I do with all my members. Then the second step is okay. What is going to close the gap from where I am now to where I wanna be and brainstorm. What do you think it's going to take? And then look at that list and pick twenty percent because twenty percent of our actions are responsible for eighty percent of our results till view. And when you know when push comes to shove and your schedules Outta whack just simply performing that twenty percent. So if it's like the twenty percent would to me would be you know signing up for program and showing up three to four times a week just simple sub getting my ten thousand steps a day. That's something that I start. Most people off with start with just being more active in your day to day. So that's and that's simple steps like just parking further going for a little walk at night you know so but it has to be well thought out and planned. New Year's resolutions are wishlist. And they don't happen unless we take massive action plans exactly exactly so on the reverse from then someone who has always had potentially help him to be a big positive life but they've recently gone off. The rails had a few weeks of with come back from an injury on period. How can people bounce buck mindset? I and I see that all its. That's an amazing question. I see that happen all the time. It's like oh I'm not that person not the person that's never started but I fall in or I had a setback and I see it happen all the time and then yeah and then and then you know what they're barest to come. Backer discouraged all used to be able do this now. I can't but it's like just do you have to go back. You will be a much better position if you go back slowly that NOCCO back at all and so it's changing that mindset that and we're not we're getting older right so I tell my members like listen. You're going to do the same things that you did even with me five years ago and that's okay. We adjusted but it's still we make it a lifestyle so like just get back into it after an injury. There's always you know I've seen him in. They'll have a knee injury. But that's that shouldn't stop you from. I always say. Can you get up in a car and start it yes? I can't well then you could do. Upper Body you can do. There's always something you can do But it's changing the mindset and being okay with being a little bit different exactly as you said that it was so that you can do my grandmother whose Clinton is that. She just started because I told her about how. Low impact resistance trading can actually help. She's having some issues and she's just doing some very light exercises on its cons of goodwill that's amazing and she's eighty exactly exactly something always to do. Even you know you're in a wheelchair like there are people out there with really significant limitation. That are doing it so you know an injury or any. I truly believe unless you're bedridden. You can work around most injuries or setbacks or binge period like just get back on. That's the best thing you can do is forget about what happened in. Just get back to it because lease so. She's making fun of them. How do we keep these behaviors took house? We made them more sustainable. So they're not just going to be temporary periods. They actually all be a complete. A sustainable lifestyle change so rituals and habits so we operate forty five percent of what we do is on the daily habits that we have embedded break getting up going to work so you have to create a new list of habits and routines and rituals. That you're gonNA stick to perform and and you you know some for some people. They need an accountability coach. And that's like so for example in my online program. I provide a lot of accountability in that. They have to submit photos every Monday. Soak that creates a habit and they have to other things after they have to do a meal. Prep twice a week and show me photos once they. They've developed that habit long enough which takes twenty one days. It then goes into a ninety day lifestyle so you have to be prepared to commit to. That's a hundred ten days of rituals and then it becomes lifestyle. But you need to commit to making those habits into
Panera Bread/Au Bon Pain: Ron Shaich (2018)
"Ron Shake isn't a household name like you say Howard Schultz but you could argue that. What Howard Schultz did for coughing Ron shake did for cheddar broccoli soup or the SEO cheese he's Bagel because like Howard? Ron Wasn't just focused on product. He was interested in creating a space of place where people could hang out for a long time. Maybe even have a PTA meeting or social gathering and really linger over that Bagel or cup soup. This is the famous third-place concept concept that both Howard Schultz and Ron shake wanted to tap into in. That's how Panera became one of the fastest growing restaurant chains in the world. In fact if you've invested the seven thousand dollars in Pinera stock in nineteen ninety nine. You'd be sitting on more than half a million dollars by two two thousand seventeen now. The thing is if you met Ron shake say in high school. This is not the path you've predicted for him. Ron Wasn't even interested in business. Is Passion was politics. His parents were raging liberals and Ron grew up going to rallies and volunteering on campaigns. All over New Jersey eventually went to Clark University where naturally he majored in politics and he was quickly elected to student government. And that could have been Ron's life life except for one day when something happened to Ron and a group of friends something kind of small but something that when you look back on it probably probably changed his entire life. Yeah so we. We were in a local convenience store called store. Twenty four cross the street from the main entrance to the Clark campus and they accused US shoplifting and tossed us out cecily guys just being rowdy earnings or wild. No we were shopping but I came back to campus episode and I was in my dorm with a couple of friends and I said you know. Why are we shopping there? How they can they treat us like this? What supports that store? We said what do we need what we can we can do this ourselves. We can have our own convenience store and I said you know this isn't going to be that hard. Let's go do it. And we approach the university. They weren't so keen on this but I moved the question to student body They voted in support of it and I basically agreed to spend that summer between my sophomore and junior here opening this convenience store guy. Wow So. What'd you guys Sal We sold Everything from drinks to Munchies two cookies and candy and you know our assistant manager would come to my apartment at five in the morning and we actually would go to this deep discount supermarket and buy I don't know ten or fifteen baskets full of merchandise that we'd stocked the store with and We hired twenty or thirty different students to work there. I will be very franken. Saint Joe's more interested in that store than when I was in my own academically. And and your guy who's all still focused on public policy in government but I guess this it was Kinda cool you liked. He kind of liked doing business running a business. Yeah and and you know. I didn't see myself as that kind of guy and it took me a wile to make sense of that but in so many ways running a business is no different than campaign in fact a campaign is a the business that that essentially has one day in which it ends a business campaign that goes on and never ends so at this point in his life. Ron Wasn't quite sure what he wanted to do. Business or politics but people around him saw how how much he loved running that convenience store and a lot of people said. Hey why don't you get an MBA. So Ron did he enrol at Harvard. Business School in Nineteen seventy six. And when he finished unlike a lot of his classmates who went into banking or finance ron decided to go into retail and he took a job in the mid west and a place called held the original cookie company. Twenty stores in shopping malls We grew it to about one hundred and twenty five. I took the job as the third year of the NBA. What I mean by that is I took a job as a district manager? Basically Iran ten or fifteen of these cookie stores half the United States and I spent went My time running around the country and I ended up opening thousands of these cookie stores around the country so as certain point you're learning about the cookie business I guess and then at a certain point you get this idea like hey I can do this myself. I can have my own cookie store yes and and I can literally remember traveling Cross Indiana. I'm away to Fort Wayne Dope a new cookie store and it hit me and I said why are we opening this in a Mav. There's a huge opportunity open these in in an urban setting. Why don't we open one and I can remember going to my boss? I remember him taking me to meet. Beat the CEO of the company. Said I wanNA open an urban cookie. Store looks him and he says we don't do that here. We Open Mall based retail units. I thought to myself well. If you're not GONNA do it. I'd like to go do it. Why shouldn't we and I'm the Kinda guy by Sam going to do it? I want to go do it and it led led me to actually resigning my job and I moved back to Boston and I started looking for real estate and the reality was. Nobody would Li space for cookies. Find any sir for cookie store because they thought it wouldn't make enough money to pay the rent. 'cause I had no credibility. Yeah I had no real money I had you know no balance sheet to sign a lease and so I went to my dad and I said I I want my inheritance. Whatever it's going to be I want the opportunity to use it and I had about twenty five thousand dollars Ned Essentially let me. He gave me seventy five thousand dollars and that one hundred thousand dollars became the GRUB stake the equity. That allowed us to build that. I four hundred square-foot cookie store. Wow in downtown Boston. What did you name the store? We named it the cookie jar and I can remember. We took the toll house recipe. Right it off the bag. I bought a small mixer and I would pass out cookies in front of the stories that we were building. It and I'd start to adjust the recipe based on what I learned talking to customers and and you were the baker. You were making cookies yourself. Yeah we opened. There were three employees. I made it was me and to folks I will never forget at that day. It just seemed like people never stopped walking a coming in and purchase fifty thousand people day going by and I'll never forget it. I got to the end of the day walking past or foot traffic. Yeah but I got to the end of that at first afternoon. We opened one o'clock guide and by six we closed and my back was hurting. Oh and legs were hurting. And I can't in the money and I I realize we only brought in four hundred dollars. I mean you forget when we talk about business what it is the self the four hundred batches of cookies buck each and the amount of energy and work that goes into
How Dr. Michelle McMacken Changed Her Philosophy about Patient Care
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James Bond: Barbara Broccoli says character 'will remain male'
"The next James Bond the one who replaces Daniel Craig will will be up any color but can only be a male. This is according to one of the producers of the Franchise Barbara Broccoli. She says that look. I believe we should be creating new characters for women strong female characters. I'm not particularly interested in taking taking a male character. Though and having a woman play I think women are far more interesting than because there's no Jane Bond Jane Bond on the way according to
"broccoli" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Maybe they were saying that about the possible new James Bond not any more I thought it was definitely gonna be a female to Iran yeah I'm not putting a Barbara broccoli and she's in charge of the all the James Bond film she's like no bond we're not doing it it's going to be a guy this is Daniel Greg last movie coming out yeah the one that comes out in March yeah the one that music for that goes re sending one of seven on the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties registered actually have to go to jail at all for that confrontation over here I don't think so and his son was at the breakers they get trouble what they want some security guard was trying to stop rob's son coming into a party or something and the father and son activity ready just be a good the first thing this morning but more coming up three more chances today in fact.
"broccoli" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"Tell me what sent you got because i would love to know. I'm loving the coconut vanilla but also on board with the citrus musk right now so let me we know what you've got an. Thank you for your support <hes> so i know that you talk to parents about how to get picky eaters to eat. It's kind of that. The infra grow. I guess is that does that help. Kids wanna eaters that just kind of supplementing you know the nutrition they need that. They may not be getting from their food so yeah two things picky eaters typically. It's it's that time of development and that's why they're picky. Their front part of their brain is growing dramatically and they won that autonomy. They wanna do things themselves so having kids help you prepare meals help shop for food sources. I can remember trying to get my kids. It's to eat spiritus. I just called them trees. I said here have a tree they then they would eat it. Eat it that way so coming up with really strategies to make the food they'll eat more nutrient dense and get them to keep trying things one thing that changes as a kid roses roses their tastebuds so i always remind my kids. Remember your taste buds. Change might have hated it early on but keep trying so parents. Keep trying some of these. He's different foods and the way you prepare them. The other thing is sometimes you can. You can broil your vegetables like the dark. Broccoli's is the yellow and red peppers and make them soft enough and the kid can hold on to them and eat them because part of kids pickiness is they hate the consistency assistant so sometimes when we make vegetables their 'mushie or there with things that are mushy mushy things so just identify what your kids won't eat play around with preparation and have that independence come through with variety for them and then if they you won't eat that variety be reassured if you use a product that has those nutrients in there you can we have recipes you can add to muffins for instance you can make your own energy granola bars in the oven and or a smoothie that you can.
"broccoli" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"My wife and kids decide to of my kids are home. No my vegetarian daughter was on. All three of my kids are home for this weekend. Okay be impossible yeah. I'm just saying what vegetarians carrying are usually a little bit more complicated. Don't don't get in trouble. I'm not going to get you in trouble so they will give me the order I call it in and my daughter only wants steamed Broccoli because this place makes the best steamed Broccoli how you make Steve Body Maxime Extreme Barclay better. I don't fucking steam it. I suck lie at its comes up. They way you tell me this butter on it. She doesn't eat butter. She's Vegan so okay he just wants steamed Broccoli and it comes with a little sauce on side. She loves the sauce I entitled to it so I Oughta pan-fried noodles. Of course you know no vegetables rose proclamation vegetables we've all of that and scallions Sky Sky Sky Tonight and I would like to lodge white rice and then some of the dishes combet white rice. I never keep track of how much white rice some gotten some some places. Give you rice with the dish on the don't. Just give me a couple extra white rice. Whatever so I drive? It's like twenty five minutes to get to this Chinese restaurant. I drive there. I pick up the order her. I get home and no one's home except my vegan daughter the other to my wife and two kids and not home yet so I'm like you know what my my daughter is sleeping the Vegan. I'm going to make it easy everybody so I get all the food out on the table and I opened up a couple of contained over the big white containers. That's the white rice white rice on it and I write pet fried noodles and some of the containers are clear like tall tall contains soup sure some of them are flat with a plastic lid up right. That's the pan-fried noodle meets right okay and then there's the the the low main is in the white box with the right. They still do that the white box with the handle Alana Aprecu right however when you go to P._f.. changs there's no metal handle. No metal handle figured out a way to do it with no handle and you microwave it. It's brilliant. I don't know why everyone knew this smart. Okay anyway so I lay everything out and and my daughter comes down and she says was the Broccoli I go. What do you mean? I don't know. It's gotta be in them somewhere in the bag. I don't know he's looking. She looks at everything doesn't see the Broccoli. Do you remember taking the Broccoli out. You'll see the Broccoli no okay. That's going to be a problem here. Okay Katyal Sodas of real quick okay so everything's labeled I don't see I don't see the Broccoli so she says well. That's the only thing I want. Him Was Broccoli okay so I I said to my daughter. I said you know what this three Chinese restaurants right around here. I'll go get you steamed Broccoli. No it's got to be the steamed Broccoli from this place because they have the best team Broccoli. I'm home from college. It's all I wanted. I K I can't go back twenty five minutes right. It's almost an hour round trip if I wait the Broccoli to say when you do it for twenty thousand restaurants now this is the place if you listen to order. This is the same Chinese restaurant where the problems on Christmas it probably the way you're a glutton for punishment for going back there. I didn't know they go back on his fucking play. I call the guy back you're asking for trouble.
"broccoli" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Is to make sure enough play the clip which one the one that says grandma police scary three who bobby green oh it's on the other page it's on the clips page so you and will mean within the glands together and we had the best time hits me and we'll it's willing me no will and me went to you and will and I thank you so you and will mean wave to everyone phone ops the interns they're all the heads turned. They couldn't believe it but you and will mean together and we had to Ed Sheeran. Did it in a fucking song he does celerity license. You're not a poet yes I am. I'm an artist artist. People listen to us to be creative on the morning show that was on the big show that was on the big show this morning you're saying we don't me and her. We make money the same way man. You called Old Brunettes your head up. It's like Ed Sheeran shakes hadn't shaved grammar police. That's right don't share everytime Arianna Guerande Says A._T._M.. Machine you go crazy. You get upset all right when beyond say says I could care less what you think and him and I with halls live that one all right so but but we can speak that way now yeah you shouldn't you on this podcast. Will you can't say meanwhile had a great time. I may you unless you're yeah well. I want to hear you say me had a great time. Just wants Walk Down Hall Doing Me Hungry. Oh my head hurts you had shown I go back on vacation please. I'm going back on me. What did you even do on vacation? What did I even do yeah? Exactly what did you even do. That's see punctuation right there. <hes> let me see let me accent the situation so I did a lot of stuff around the house but my wife and I went to New England which New England I went to Boston where they're on the fourth of July didn't watch the fireworks. Even though we were right there then we went to New Hampshire and then we went to Portland Maine poorly means a great town if you follow me on social media to know that I lost to roll to lobster rolls after lobster rolls my pictures very clever Samsung Galaxy note ninth great phone by the way I cracked the screen on the fixing it for free of course they are you David Broder. That's right. I call it up to fifty eight is your name. I'm GonNa Fuck with this guy. We're just GONNA go. They told me to fifty eight two phones or free. Yeah I said No. That's not my fault. The design's bad I said yeah because you can't take the glass often replace the result. I cut my cheek so now you owe me for band day and six months free service now. There's plenty of those stories in here on my on my list hold on is my my big list stuff. I went to New England so the the hotel we stayed at in Portland. <hes> we check in and we have an A._D._A.. Room A._D._A.. Yes that's Americans Americans with Disability Act official room. It's you'd call it a handicap room old school now cooking A._D._A...
"broccoli" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Episode one fifty OK skipped skipped thirties. I'm glad you brought up skip third. I have some emails to read about skip thirty. It's it has to do with the song whereabouts. Okay all right so let me just affect us what you're GonNa do so I spent uh I spent a little bit of my time on vacation. Bushes great coming up with some new material for the show. I've written a couple of things but this is the first one I got produced but before you play it. This is unrelated to people sending in these emails. I just thought of it because because I made a comment when it was going on that we needed a jingle for sure it's in light blue. You said yeah hold on tonight emails all right. We're not GONNA do it officially email segment today coverage is really about what you're talking about. You get thirty because I said God say Kay. Where is it a lot of them a lot of them cover? This topic has to do with the kid okay so they they mentioned it. They mentioned it in a in part of big meals and I don't want to read all these Jersey kid was on the last time he was just talk about it. I said to people I'm sorry. I tried to get him Outta here. I said just skip skip ahead. It's a skip thirty right skip ahead skip past this because we can't we sit here and he's here. We can't skip. We're living it. This is what we do people for the slices we sit through it. He's not here today. Don't worry but a bunch of people apparently apparently emailed about the third Michael Hausky. Yeah I heard my last email you brought up about the Jersey Kid and die laughing. He responded bite me. Oh Wow so jersey kid bites back. I feel you like if I did. I would get some sort of mouth macaroni or herpel Ghana's. Bari sporades isn't even a word. He sounds like a cigar. Smoking Greasy used car salesman. I don't know what he means when he said he would bounce me but if it's if it's literal I'm six four to sixty nine. He doesn't sound too athletic from the heavy open mouth breathing between his attempts to be on your show anyway I love the show guys keep it up and and the R. Word retarded should not be used for anything should not be used for insult only for timing an engine and as a short-term for mental retardation that was just another topic. Yes so Michael Okay. Here's Chris de Antonio. The subject is Jersey Kid. Keep him coming or at least don't stop him from coming. That is all yes delete that I miss fench. Which is the Jersey kids podcast he did five? Room in the world for the Brooklyn Boys Oh my God and the Jersey killer isn't delete that's okay Chris. You're GONNA read the skip thirty emails. I know.
"broccoli" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Burn on New Jersey turnpike. I immediately thought of the first President Bush, right? Remember how he hated broccoli? Yes. I'm president on hefty broccoli. I don't want to write this playful thing that was like a running theme, but reporters would occasionally ask him about. And he was and he was passionate about eight in Bronco. It wasn't just dislike. I mean. He loathed broccoli. Yeah. He's he survived World War Two. But he couldn't take broccoli. Right. Exactly. And I thought of the same. This is a story from Dan Alexandra a load of Barack only went up in flames on the New Jersey turnpike over the weekend, the tractor trailer hauling hundreds of pounds of broccoli caught fire in the outer northbound lanes between exits eight and eight around four twenty in the afternoon on Saturday. And they say that it just it just went up it just burned just stood there. And basically, you know, I mean, eventually the fire was contained to the front of the truck but much of it was just. This big pyre of broccoli going up. And that's what I was thinking was that that would have been one guy that would said, good riddance fine. And then I just thought the next thing. I thought it was actually you. I like broccoli wanna to know not about broccoli. I started thinking what would be your food achilles heel. And I thought it might be if hundreds of pounds of sauerkraut went up in flames now, it'd be cool. See it'd be all about that. All find as much as you could every last scrap of that disgusting smelly cabin. Just throw it in the fire. This is so subjective. I just feel you're so wrong about that. But I get it. You know, the first Bush he had his broccoli. You've got your salary and my wife will buy Brock. I mean, we'll buy sauerkraut like I like liver, and she doesn't like it. So there's no liver in those. I hate sauerkraut, but she likes it on a hot dog occasionally. So we have. Our crowd. Now. How is that fair? I don't know probably because it's easier to make the sauerkraut as addressing in the hotdog rather than to cook you a whole liver. Oh, she would never cook miliver liver. I cook it because she she's disgusted by. All right. So we already have two foods or liver your sauerkraut, add that to the broccoli fire. Now, we've got a good inferno go, and that's just for fun. That's actually what I wanted to talk about. Because I think every human being on earth has at least one maybe you've got multiple, but at least one food item that you just cannot stand the sight of. And so what would that one food be that you would love to add to that fire? Just get rid of it burn it. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five I'd had celery too while we're at it while we're burning the sauerkraut, useless, celery. All it's like, it's like strings of cardboard and people. Oh, let's put it in the salad now. Let's not okay. First of all the stringy part. If you cut up the celery into little bits, then you don't have to worry about the string you poke. The stringy part is bad. If you're just eating the whole stock and you're biting down, and eventually it's like there's a threat of floss between your teeth. I mean, I get it. I understand. But you could just chop it up finely, and you want to deal with as much of that you still get it just in shorter strands and also Bill I'm sure you just never knew this. Celery is the only burn more calories by eating you're taking it. It's useless it provides, you know, sustenance whatsoever. It's a tactile experience. Celery is good. Well, it tastes awful texture sucks. And it doesn't it doesn't fill you up. It doesn't give you any energy just expends energy. You could put cream cheese on it. You could put peanut butter on it. You could put cheese on it. You could address it up with all of these things you can eat it, all you can eat all those things without the stupid celery. You can eat peanut butter with no salary. It's just as good as better. You know, what there's so much liquid and celery. I bet you wouldn't even light throw that in the fire. I was thinking the same thing about broccoli. Yeah. All right. So if a truckload of broccoli could burn on the New Jersey turnpike over the weekend. What does a food that you just hate so much? You would love to add to the fire. One of those never again, you will not eat. It doesn't matter. You could be at some big Matarese home. You could be where you never wanna make any sort of faux pas, and yet they they start to serve that. And there's no way you can do it you have to embarrass your nation because you have to push your share away. And there's no way that you could put that to your mouth. What is that awful food for you? There was one thing that I took one bite of only once and it was so God awful. I could not finish it when we went for our honeymoon and Fiji. There is something called lovo. It's not really a particular food. But it's a particular way of cooking the food. And it's where they bake it underground in dirt, you're putting your food literally in dirt in a firepit and covering it up with more dirt. But there's no like aluminum foil around it or anything. I don't know. I don't know it tasted like dirt. So in this case, I think it was like so genuine Fiji like maybe other people do it with Lumina foil. I don't know all I know is I'm telling you, I taste dirt. If there was foil. It got in there. Anyway, if there wasn't foil at that seems classic Fiji. And I took one bite of what was supposed to be a baked potato and there's other stuff in there. This meets there's vegetables, whatever. But it's all this lovo style of cooking. And it just looked like something that came out of an animal was so disgusting and I bit into it. And all you could taste is like earth Muskie worm crawling earth like eating a beat. Yeah. Kind of. But I'm telling you I've had beets. And I don't like those either that this was worse. Imagine a beat about six times as bad. That's what this lovo was like, no way never again. So what does a food that you just absolutely cannot stand? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five to eighteen. Here's New Jersey fast traffic..
"broccoli" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"broccoli" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Broccoli. Oh, wait, you better broccoli. If you mash broccoli, it turns into vomit is he's always talking about how great he is a cooking and he's going to cook and never actually froze through on coup. We're supposed to invite us who cook cookout. Mike is came to the crib and had just a day, like, let's just call it a full day. Let's start a Sunday brunch and just go through the entire. You're you're so under brunch. So team Friday, did you not hear my idea the other day? I was on the show back in my gay, like I'm all about the price. I can give you a whole segment on brunch. Okay, so yeah, absolutely. Start with brunch at about noon, even though we probably won't get start eating until about three most. Bottomless Bobby was Moses. So yeah, you can. I mean, I can. I talk a good game, but trust me. All right. I follow up. So when are we going to do. Yeah, that's going to Denver this week's out. Go to Denver this weekend following week, and I'll be in Vegas. We can after that probably recovering, but the weekend after that. Is gonna give me a date. We're going to set up a day where you're going to show us all your shoes and we're gonna. You're going to cook a some stuff. Right? Some brunch may dumping container field trip. Yeah, or the next time you come in, you get hung in some context. Mash not this weekend next weekend now we can after that, but the weekend after that, yes, can't do that. See because Friday the fifth, I have my Rockin birthday party which are invited. Okay. Friday the fifth. And then the six. It's Miami FSU. And you're going to that tailgate in then sun sixty said that Saturday. No, that's the. I've got my football games here in Miami. So October the twelfth week is October the twelfth as well the weekend of the twelfth. So Sunday, the fourteenth I'm in Sunday, October fourteenth. We're get to see shoes and have brunch e. Sweet. What do you call them? Not events, but you call them in occurrence having occurred just to plan for it means the listeners show up? No, No, no. no. We invite listeners to your townhouse. Where is it? What's the address? Yeah, we'll give away like three tickets to listeners. Can we do that as he is cool with, you guess address. Address? How do I get their address? Give me the first floor of my zipcode. I give that away anytime you six, three, three, three. Ooh, let me be three code area code price. One is a medium price. I live in Lauderdale but have three zero five, three, three, three, three, three, zero, five..
"broccoli" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"So when you have like when you have this philosophy told him stage with just jeans. Sneakers and a hat. All I am as add on missing parts of humans. Jokes. Yeah. Okay. So so then so so mushrooms. Okay. Onions, okay. Broccoli's. Okay. Cauliflower. Okay, excellent. I love Cali flower. Excellent. I'm really into cauliflower mashed potatoes. Okay. How do you make them? Okay. Well, let's just put a penny. Okay to healthiest thing in the world. But so tomatoes row k. yes. And then you just want to say squash, zucchini. I'm imagining eggplant. Those were probably like the green zucchini on the zucchini. They're like sometimes called summer squash. Those are low carb oca-. Yeah, the highlight butternut squash. It's a little bit higher carb. So again, like heavy it is what about what about spaghetti squash? Actually that's sort of in between. But I, I would say you count it as a lower card, spaghetti squash. Casserole that I make with with with its got pasta sauce, but it's also got. Turkey sausage in it, and it's like spaghetti. It's so fucking good. Okay. So based on the core outfit vegetables or being again, grain or otherwise. But you know if someone just wants to say, greens, I'm fine with that to make it easier. The lean proteins and the healthy fats. So healthy fats. Best ones are the monounsaturated fats, which is a type of chemical structure in fab. That's really, really anti-inflammatory. Good for circulation helps boost up the good HDL cholesterol and lower the bad LDL cholesterol. It's just really beneficial for your overall health and happens to come from foods that are high antioxidant. So that would be avocado oil, extra virgin, olive oil, which is the first pressing of the olives, which captures a lot of that good nutrition in there. Well, you can eat olive oil actually higher than most people think you can eat it to about four hundred and fifty. And then the tree nuts..
"broccoli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Because you know when you see one of those trucks that i don't know about you but when i see one of those trucks that's the first thing that pops into my head is that theme so all right the dummy who put his fingerprint in the plato gain if we can do a follow up and find out the details on whether he had the plato with him or he took it while he was in the walmart i will put the knicks gilio it which consists of broccoli rob that's broccoli rob and meet meet mouth mouth beef right mouthpiece broccoli rob the good cop in beef mouth the bad guys because broccoli's good for you and beef isn't that's why that's that's what it comes down to we lost as miranda gone man what's going on all right she seems to be endlessly amused by that one are you okay did you do a spit take is that the problem whereas i was like nope this has gotta go back there you go nothing like an actual real almost or real spit take those are just fantastic when they really happen all right what the hell we do oh we got this right here we have this thing yes context context context context context context that's right straight out of context.
"broccoli" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Yeah about that the vegetable boys yeah we could like one hundred greatest cinematic classics and now it's going to be called the vegetable visit boys good but i don't know what do you think most serious stuff okay we can do that but again it's going to be called the vegetable but it has to be called that now well the veggie boys that already a thing now you think you the venga boys i am and veggietales veggietales you yes actually vegetable boys yeah i was thinking of vegetable movies like i was saying that before the show but then people just think it's movies about vegetables veggietales and this there's a slightly smaller but still very real chance that they will think it's a podcast by two boys who are also vegetables but if we exploited in the intro i think that will probably get that we have regular boys i'm a broccoli all right well we'll explain that one of us is regular boy europe broccoli man that's the show we then we we did it yeah yeah i think broccoli's better role yes said full what's that's it sensing idiot you know the other thing about roy def d d just get up do you have a thing of frozen broccoli chance of and get froze fresh broccoli ill i'm not a monster you're eating a rule so you are i am made a broccoli so you're your your your monster cannibal so no i think it tastes better well i think broccoli loses a bit of its kind of pizzazz when you when you when you boil it well maybe just a little bit of a boil but the other thing is broccoli and i always complained to clear about this it's going to pocket of hot in it is in this in the legs you think it's not as hot as it is here it's just like holding a fistful i hate there is winding way to your body into it madness it's better role i get it god it's a.
"broccoli" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
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"broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Was a great guy in a terrific historian but he did the official history of the oscars this is the unofficial history oscar so i will throw those out there but bottom line thank you guys so much and listeners yet to these bookstores before the holidays that you can't do any better than what they have to offer and you've got now a lot of suggestions so nadine and jeff thank you really for coming to appreciate give thanks for having me and now for my conversation with barbara broccoli who rarely grants interviews and may never have granted an interview as long as this one over the course of our conversation the fifty seven year old and i discussed a wide range of topics among them how her father the late albert cubby broccoli wound up partnering with the late harry saltzman in the 1950s and acquiring the screen writes the in fleming's novels about james bond back at a time when few could have imagined that they would spawn the longest running film franchise of all time and one that would gross more than six billion dollars in north america and billions more abroad how her own involvement with the bond films grew over the years from being a toddler on the set of the first 1962 doctor no two paying her dues on various other instalments in the publicity department as an assistant director and as an associate producer among other capacities what led to her father handing over the producing reins of the franchise to her and her considerably older stepbrother michael g wilson in 1995 a year before their father died and what the personal professional dynamic is between her and wilson what it has been linked knowing working with and ultimately having to preside over changing of the guard of actors who played 007 and what the latest is on the asyet untitled 25th bond installment which is due out in november two thousand eighteen whether or not a person of colour or a woman might one day be cast as james bond whether or not there might ever be a james bond crossover film and what the major differences are between producing on the gargantuan scale of a bond film versus the far more intimate scale of a project like film stars don't die in liverpool.
"broccoli" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
"So bad i mean it's so horrible what is your favorite pizza topping on up on bacon i love pineapple and i love bacon what's up he's a called it's called hawaiian hawaiian yeah okay i like probably just a plane all extra cheese pizza really yeah no toppings now telling okay i'll go like if i had to pick you know like i was ordering a pizza by myself i would probably just pick cheese i'm doing definitely bacon and said something really weird to is i really like broccoli agreed sir i love broccoli pizza i love it it's soga and i love it and i feel like so many people don't know about it people know about it and i don't think that are open to it yeah because it's broccoli on pizza by no i obsessed i would definitely we should definitely order that for dinner it's so good sogan brock me on pizza is what's for dinner okay why is your favorite word fuck kill tori i say all the time it's so bad i know it's a bad have a bad manners lindsay yes you have vowed mainers were working on it no i say first of all that's like my phrase first of all uh the favorite phrase that might be rephrase and i said it before it was trendy okay okay yeah i would i said shit a lot to i need to stop cursing you know what new year's is coming up and mind new year's resolution is not to lose weight it is to stop cursing okay that would be a good new year's resolution i mean i say like cuss word sometimes i say like i'm christian but i class but i don't feel like i'm like as bad about what is able to word is you i feel like animal cuss like as bad as you bet my favorite word would probably be literally literally i say literally all the time literally apparently jersey that video with the little boy that's like apparently i'm number one on live television before me i love him.
"broccoli" Discussed on PropaneFitness Podcast
"If i got one from say i'm calling flawed on broccoli unjust sought by and by tricia undisciplined shaky belated that a you can you control for that in a did you control for the fact that i might be a more on all i might be like deliberately trying to fly in the face of your recommendations as the like a one point eight grams per kilo coming from lean protein sources eggs fish except yet the ainu that they can can or probing quality matters definitely dust that is also one of those things that sort of if a veteran my process probably delegate to foreign dental direction but it's mainly vegetarians of vegans where this really really matters so well i generally all my clients issue want to shoot for the walkway graham per kilogram as a minimum and you want to make sure that each meal contains a food source with a complete amino acid pro fall and generally then i just look at their meal bus i don't give any further restrictions and i just look at their little bans and see if they are somewhat reasonable and almost always it is so you don't have to worry too much bob protein quality you know how do you combine the amino acids complementary source says that kind of thing to just make sure that you half won't highquality produce source each meal then you know the the dairy poultry meat fish asked those are the big ones than your generally good.