18 Burst results for "Chai Tea"
"chai tea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Oliver Yoon is a vice president for the distributor Boba direct, He says the current scarcity is due to logistics issues affecting many industries. Too many shipments from Asia not enough processing capacity in the U. S. What I hear from fray for orders and the trucking industry is we all need help. We need additional workers in the past month. Every week. We have to worry about Hey, where we're running out of this flavor. This tap Yoko were one out of these items, even down to the straws that's abdomen, Sharif and owner of the Chai Tea Shop in a Chicago suburb. His store opened on Lee eight months ago. Every week. We have to take a flavor off. Of our menu because we just don't have it, And we're not gonna have it for 23 weeks now going without Boba might not be everyone's cup of tea, but you can add in other toppings. There's Coconut jellies. There's popping Boba as Crystal ball was different topics that can suffer that. For the time being. And for Denise Giraldo Gordon, No. Bobo was ultimately no problem and it was great. I didn't miss it at all. I just needed to prepare mentally. She may have to prepare mentally for awhile. Oliver use best guest is the Boba backlog will clear around midsummer. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. And you're wearing it on KQED Public radio. We're going to check in with Julie Devilish now summon traffic.
Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return
"There is a national shortage of Boba. The dark, chewy pearls of tapioca typically found in bubble TV, which Is a milk tea or a fruit tea. Then you have these beautiful toppings, and they range from your typical pearls and red bean to really funky stuff like chia seeds and fruit that is Denise Giraldo Gordon in Brooklyn. As soon as she found out about the shortage, she ran to her closest tea shop to preview Bob Ellis future I got my first Boba tea without pearls. For the first time in my life. I never even considered not getting pearls and had a moment of like, Let me just see what this feels like. Bubble tea originated in Taiwan in the 19 eighties. It first came to the US through Asian American communities. But now tea shops and Boba fans are everywhere. But a lover Yoon is a vice president for the distributor Boba direct, He says The current scarcity is due to logistics issues affecting many industries. Too many shipments from Asia Not enough processing capacity in the U. S. What I hear from fray four orders and The trucking industry is we all need help. We need additional workers in the past month. Every week. We have to worry about Hey, where we're running out of this flavor. This tap Yoko, where one out of These items, even down to the straw that's abdomen, Sharif and owner of the Chai Tea Shop in a Chicago suburb. His store opened on Lee eight months ago. Every week. We have to take a flavor off of our menu because we just don't have it, and we're not gonna have it. For 23 weeks now going without Boba might not be everyone's cup of tea, but you can add in other toppings. There's Coconut jellies. There's popping Boba as Crystal ball was different Talk is deck and some of it For the time being. And for Denise Giraldo Gordon, No. Bobo was ultimately no problem and it was great. I didn't miss it at all. I just needed to prepare mentally. She may have to prepare mentally for awhile. Oliver use best guest is the Boba backlog will clear around midsummer.
"chai tea" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Fancy coffee order has not been executed in the way that you like to your liking to. You're like I do. Okay? I lied to you when I told you I didn't have any more directions with my lot, eh? I don't like froth. So I like a frosty it free adventure. Believe they call that no phone phone. That's what I say. No phone, because I just don't like the frothy tap. I don't like Getting all up in my face You don't want the mustache is just it just sort of feels like air and it takes up room and I really want more. I want more liquid. Give me all the liquid So no cappuccinos, no cappuccinos for mi 651641171. Do we have a fancy coffee drinker? Yeah, we've got Renee on the phone here. Hi, Renee. Rene, What's your fancy coffee drink? So I like a quarter water three quarters. I am the whipping cream. You know, France is sugar free, sentimental chase syrup and to chai tea tea bags. OK, cop. How did she drink? How did you get there? Yeah, That's journey is a journey. Yeah, I started the chemo diet and I was looking for like a chai tea. And they said, like this is a recipe that will taste just like a regular type. Chai tea, Lottie Oh, it doesn't It's pretty good. It is good. It's not like exactly the same. But it is really good. And there actually is a secret Starbucks menu. A Starbucks just doesn't know about it. It's like all these secret to them. That's how secret it is. Public makes us up. Rene, I have another question about your chai tea, which I always have to, like. Stop myself before I say Chai tea because you know what I'm gonna say. Tai Chee Um, wait, so I'm curious. So when you go to like Star bees, you say you give them the recipe. But you just said to us. Yeah, I feel like maybe a letter is in order like email because enough people do the chemo diet that if they started to market their Kato Tai Chee chai tea. They could maybe make some money off of that. I'm just saying, I think do that. I feel like, you know, go forward and write the letter on behalf of your key to brothers and sisters. I will do that. Thanks for your call of a great day. Thank you. That was that was the whole journey. Yeah, that was the whole journey, and I just want to add That panda also wrote this if you do have a very intricate order that you have created in your own mind or of crowd source from the hive mind of the secret menu on the Internet. Be nice and tipped heavily. There you go. All right. When we come back on the Colin and Bradley show, something is working Holly's last nerve. We're gonna talk about what's working Holly's last year when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley Show on my talk one of 71 the My talk at $10,000 Pick your Price contest is going on. Now you could win an awesome grand prize of your choosing just for registering and listening to my talk on your app. You listen to my talk on the app right? It's a great.
"chai tea" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Bats, that's the whole story. so basically. Didn't you know they should have branched out? Your brand shell out wide, but keep you root Tom. Keep your keep roots close to him. I. It's. It's after dark. Do you know where your roots are? Yeah. We are GONNA find out that one of the teams is also going to have a lot a lot of technical problems Serena. Do we understand why team Freezer Bunny had so much trouble? I think because like we saw in the first challenge spring sandwiches are builders was especially slow so I. Imagine nine in the second challenge. He was also slow there, and so they ran out of time doing the voice over and editing the video together and surrender his yeah felt I felt really for him, but like let's face it if you're ever. You're doing anything on your computer and someone is watching you do that thing. It gets ten times harder like I swear to God. If someone tries to watch me do anything on a computer league lose the ability. I think that's why the Sims stresses me out so much on my stream. So I feel for him but I feel like they also had such a complicated story that they wanted. Tell was like more people than they needed to make. And so when that is. When making a second family came into the equation I feel like that really really set them back. Okay well, let's talk about the four stories because I. think that this. At least with the TV show seemed like that. At least they knew that this would be able to play like showing the videos would be something visual that we could see and sort of. Get a sense of what they were doing, and that would make for like a good presentation that we could see on TV. We'll start with team Lama answering the, they basically did like a gossip girl type. Rip Off! A. Known team law. Steel magnolias one okay all right. That was Dr Glue On. Sorry and apologies for these teams fly fly by so fast. Yeah, so! I'm sorry that. This was yes, with the t with the family and. That they were with the drama Lama. Right so they they like gossip girl. Spin off where they had their main family, which was the T. family, and all the characters have different names like Chai Tea, and then their rival family basically they used as an opportunity to exploit kind of and then there was a big twist at the end where it was a man that I didn't i. don't know he was the original family or not, but he was actually the.
"chai tea" Discussed on The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast
"Ghosts granted wishes. Is the ghost of genie like how? There's a lot going on. It's what I'm saying, and and you know so. Did he invent? Yum Yum to he is. He is guarding it. Is it. Is it something that's you know like? It's hidden in the forest I don't know. I think that that story is is just the beginning I think we're. GonNa find out a lot more about about. Yum! Yum, but basically. It's it's. It's kind of like yogurt. It's creamy ended streaming, right. And these poor explorers. They they they were lost. And you know, guess the ghost of a ghost save their lives. By filling their bellies. With delicious yum yeah. Why not just call it yogurt. I'm fine I like yum. Yeah. It sounds better and people were like. Oh well, the heart of coffee can alley. That's ninety bumper guard. Yes, that's me. I am allowing them to. Manufacture to create to make. Ya here coffee can alley. And we can't wait. We've got yummy flavors that we're GONNA. Start figuring out to we're going to do like a limb incurred curd. Do you know what that is? Odds good because the yogurt kinda sweet, and so I was thinking like i. want some tart flavors to go against it just to counter it so a nice lemon curd oud. which could move over to a key lime? What really yeah it could it? Could it absolutely could, and then also we're thinking of doing like. A cranberry you're like, but that's only for Thanksgiving known my friends. Graham Berry dressing is delicious, not out of a can. No, no, I'll made fresh. And then we're thinking of doing like a Chai. Chai is it's like a Chai Tea, but A. Yogurt. What! And then we're even GONNA make. lassie like a mango lassie, right, which is a drink, but we're not gonNA have it be to liquidate SOC-, Mango and the yogurt, and maybe some like some cardamom row. Wow, very fancy and we're going to make some. Some GRANOLA and we have like cups coming little plastic cups, and so the only thing that's holding me back at this point is I haven't made stickers. Or design the packaging. But my focus right now is on getting. All this stuff made done right, and then then then. I can do the packaging. That's where I've been. I haven't fallen off the face of the earth. was still doing the pig and pals show. Coming up today very exciting. Celebrating, birthdays left and right haven't been doing a lot of comedy shows. Do I miss it. No, actually I don't kind of weird. I thought I would. I used to, but then. It's just been so busy. and. Busy doing what well inventing. Yum! Ya for one. Thank you for asking. Oh. What's that? You're asking me? Is there a twitter account is there? Is there a facebook page? Is there an instagram relax? Were working on all that stuff. There's a lot okay. Settled down. And What I've been doing I've been working in the yard. And and we're we're putting path around our a raised beds raised beds where we have squash and cucumber and corn and Pumpkins and Cilantro and lead us so much. Stuff is growing this year tomatoes. Okra it's all their. Think. That's what I've been told to me I look at it and I see a lot of plants but I've been told I've been. Guaranteed, these are edible plants so I'm GONNA. I'm GonNa take take their word. But so what I did say cleared off all the grass third around the beds and then I put down this Tarpley stuff, and then I've started putting down rocks so far I've put down one thousand two hundred pounds of rocks. because. Each bag is fifty pounds. One thousand almost at more than half ton. Hot Hot Sun. But you know what. I did when I was done. I came in. and. I had a delicious taste. Of Yum Ya. Look at me. Okay I. Hope you're doing well. I! Miss you desperately. Next week we're going to get back to normal episodes. or maybe even this week. Maybe I'll do fifteen or twenty bonus episodes. Who who now.
"chai tea" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"Chai drinks as well Chai Tea, just T I was just having a t, and if you're a health nut, and think that a sixteen ounce chatty at your favorite coffee house is better for you. You have to think again. Tell us. On an average, a sixteen ounce try has ten and a half. teaspoons of Sugar Gupta. A Lot, if you you can compare that to a snickers bar, which has teaspoons of sugar. So, you can see that you're not isn't a good choice, neither is your snickers. I WanNa make sure I make that clear. So. When you're getting three and a half teaspoons more than a snickers bar. Wow, you know that's going to create some inflammation definitely, and for some reason Chai Latte was soy milk are all the rage with a lot of teenage girls. And I have to say a lot of the soy milk that they're using or any of those folks in the Coffee House are additionally sweetened themselves so, does that mean that these teenage girls are setting themselves up for future heart disease possibly with all that added sugar. You have to wonder and that That's a definite possibility right, but. That would depend on how frequently they drink these Chai. Tea lattice with milk, and also what other sugar, laden foods or drinks? They consumed throughout the day right? So a quick side note, adding soy to their drink is just as harmful as that sugar Try T- sounds healthy, but just because oprah advertises tried tea with only seventeen up sugar. Doesn't really mean that. It's hard healthy right now. What does sugar half to do with heart disease? The big idea here listeners sugar in flames your arteries. We don't want inflammation in those vessels or those arteries during so we're really driving home that idea that the sugar in the standard American Diet is increasing that inflammation very dramatically potentially. Corresponding with an increase in high fructose, Corn Syrup and the increase in obesity, heart, disease, and frankly type two diabetes now I'm sure many of you listening are are wondering well. They're not talking about saturating fat causing heart disease, so if saturated fat doesn't cause heart disease, how does sugar cause heart disease and it really goes back to that excess sugar, leading to excess inflammation in the body. So, how does this really work when we? We eat a lot of sugar that increases are insulin, levels and high insulin levels result in more inflammation in all of the arteries throughout your entire body more specifically, we know that the walls are the lining of those arteries become inflamed, which causes them to become stiff, grow thick, and even slow down that blood flow to your heart. Now many doctors refer to these inflamed arteries as a disease called atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries. The American Heart Association recommends limiting your daily sugar intake for women to six.
"chai tea" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer
"Where he sources his up. So when you buy that to you getting the best cinema Yes you are. And that's also the reason why if you're shopping at a health food store and you see price for one. Sort of cinnamon is really inexpensive compared to another. Yeah that's why that's why usually the cinnamon that's going to be higher prices that more quality cinema anger just mentioned. Yeah and you can see it because it smooth it's radishes thin and it comes in a little quill Shouldn't have any outta bog showing on it. You get what you pay for. Black Pepper is also quite helpful and survey considers black pepper rejuvenating to the respiratory system in. It also helps clear congestion especially when there is cold or dampness and I love black pepper. Is it quite often? I'm telling Cherry Black Pepper's my new favorite it works it absolutely helps your respiratory sound like. I need some now. Pep is much because such a simple thing. You know you're going to cook in. Its edsall at pepper. Butter pepper has so many amazing healing properties. It promotes digestion. Whether's loss of appetite et Claes congestion from the body. It promotes circulation. It has so so many good qualities especially with his code or dampen the lungs. It helps clear. Black pepper added to cooking or in a minute. We're GONNA talk about how to make your own tea. Blend including Bama it's so simple so readily available and yeah just grind extra no food at this time of the air. If you feel you need some lift to your lungs digestion. And as I said we'll talk about how to use entails also And then clothes would be the final layer this week and cloves. Not only do they smell amazing and taste really good. They also clear. Congestion can can soothe coughs and sore throats. So having these on hand a cinnamon and black pepper and cloves or it's really good to have in your entry for cooking and for carrying for your lungs. Yeah I love that. Caring motherly aspect of These things most of us have in a kitchen cupboard. So readily available is a wonderful thing during this time of lockdown. Orsha altering the soft away to describe it to know that you can go to your cabin. You have what you need to take care of yourself and your family is a very wonderful meditation for me to look through the spicy my celtics when I need some extra support. I agree with you and completely understand what you're saying because when everything started to happen with this lockdown I was taking an inventory of of what I had and I was incredibly grateful to find almost everything I needed to boost my family's health and booster immune systems and really. There is like one item that I didn't have that I needed to order. And if felt just really really good like oh all of this work all of this practice everything that we've been doing for years and years pays off because here's everything you need to care for ourselves. I find it so uplifting mentally. There's something timeless about an this time. You know we hear ourselves saying everything's changed but it's not everything. A lot of things have changed and they've changed really drastically but I find comfort anything's that haven't changed in that wisdom that ancient horrible wisdom of Arvada that's been there for thousands and thousands of years. We can just open the cupboard and say okay here. It is and for me. Tease real medicine. My body response so quickly to yeah for a whole variety of issues. I'll I'll go to the teak cupboard and I just love that is so compassionate and so accessible a meditating most things what can we do? We've what we've got right here today to help ourselves. As empowering and then we can lean into the bigger challenges because we have not expensive mentality and all of the spices that we mentioned are easily available at the grocery store and can be combined as a lung clearing t pepper mixes well with ginger and clothes and is sometimes added to spice blends for Chai Chai Tea. That both you and I love very much. If you drink black tea you can just mix a few pepper. Corns ENCLOSED BUDS WITH SOME CINNAMON. WanNa add some cardamom pods and similar that on a stove for.
"chai tea" Discussed on No Agenda
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"chai tea" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Welcome to the show welcome today welcome to a brand new week welcome to mid January already died I well I know it just seems like Christmas was just yesterday yeah welcome an actual clean off your desk today welcome to national Korean American day welcome to national peach Melba day welcome welcome to national rubber Ducky day welcome to national sticker day and welcome to your very first sip of delicious coffee a damn fine Cup of coffee he coffee coffee dot on this Monday morning I asked me this question how the hell is your coffee well T. today I have decaf chai tea remember I tried to order at the Starbucks in Disney world in the very confused by that content and asked if I wanted a shot of decaf coffee in it I was like no no yeah but that's I'm having did confuse them to and I forgot about that they didn't quite know what to do with you like what what Kinney how was your Kitty rose today unlike the roads my coffee is quick but yeah look it up overnight those roads are not so I got a rob how is your water or.
"chai tea" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Day called planting justice and we're online at Planting Justice Dot. Org and is that where you go into a food. Desert schools are prisons and SORTA help get them to grow food. Something is that the symbol X. Yeah that's that's pretty quick summary. Yeah we Check out our website. There's a lot to lot to say when we're just in the last couple of years we've started working towards getting indigenous folks Back to access to lands that historically they were there's nice so you're doing a lot of really good work that people should learn about and help you out. Thanks all right. So let's start with our first word of today. It is the Word Automatic A. U. T. O. M. A. T.. I see it is the I form. It is an adjective from seventeen forty gate one a largely or wholly involuntary especially the synonym. This would be the number five definition for the word reflects so when we get get to that word the number five definition would be a synonym for what we just read and we have an example Automatic blinking of the eyelids. You have anything to say about about the word automatic. We have more definition so we can come back to that as a good word. I like Let's it's automatic. It is a very one. Be acting or done spontaneously Ashley or unconsciously one C. Done or produced as if by machine a synonym for that is mechanical and an example is the the answers were automatic number two having a self acting or self regulating mechanism as in an automatic transmission. I what what kind of car do you drive. Is it automatic or manual drive in one thousand nine hundred. Seven Toyota pick-up in it is a five speed manual. I give you much respect because I I never learned how to drive manual. I've I've been all automatic my whole life I should learn. I tried to learn once I got frustrated so I sing is after just a few days is your manual transmission. Your body makes it automatic. Oh Nice reflexive. It becomes automatic in your body not in the car. All right number three is a firearm And the definition is firing repeatedly until the trigger is released and then a synonym for all definitions is is the word. Spontaneous automatically is an adverb and automatic city is a noun Let's look at some etymology. It is from the Greek Auto Amato's toasts which means self acting And there's more at the word mind M I N D now. We have the second form of automatic. It is a noun from eighteen. 1897 won a machine or apparatus that operates automatically as a an automatic firearm. Be An automatic transmission even at two a semiautomatic firearm and number three. We have the synonym audible so just to remind you. This is the noun form of automatic and the previous forum was an adjective. So that's why they were separated out that way audible on audible a U. D. I. B. L. E. is the synonym name for a bat form of automatic And we read that one a while ago so if you WANNA go here about audible go find it now. We have automatic pilot as as two words it is a noun from Nineteen fifteen one We have the number one definition for the word autopilot which we will be getting into it. Looks like in tomorrow's episode. Yep Tomorrow's episode stand by for that number two for automatic pilot. A state condition in which activity or behavior is regulated automatically in a predetermined or instinctive manner as in doing his job on automatic automatic. Pilot I feel like I. I definitely get onto automatic pilot sometimes where. I'm not even really aware of what I'm doing like if I'm driving the same road over and over over again it at a certain point you just do it on automatic pilot absolutely we forget about the stop. You were supposed to make right. Did I stop there. I don't even know autopilot pilot. Nobody says automatic pilot right exactly auto auto pilot is definitely the way I would say that All right next we have automatic teller It is a noun from nineteen in seventy one and we have these synonym ATM. And this is interesting. Because at the end of the last episode last episode we had Automated Teller which had the same synonym? But this is automatic teller and then next we have automatic teller machine again in the last episode we had automated teller machine so I guess both are totally fine. And that is a noun from nineteen seventy seven and again we have the Synonym ATM. You've ever noticed how people say. ATM Machine Yes. My hate that that's frustrating at. If you're not aware you're saying automatic teller machine machine another one that I like is Chai Tea because Chai is a word for tea right here saying tt not. I'm sure there's a lot of other good examples of that too all right next. We have automatic writing as in your writing with your hand This his aim down from eighteen. Fifty five writing produced without conscious intention as as if of telepathic or spiritual listrik origin region. Have you ever done any automatic writing like that. No me neither next. We have automation. This is a noun from nineteen twelve twelve one the technique of making an apparatus a process or a system operate automatically number two this state of being operated rated automatically three automatically controlled operation of an apparatus process or system by mechanical or electronic devices. That take the place of Human Labor right. So will you you work on a farm. There's obviously a lot of human labor. Do you use anything to automate processes Um We have a automatic irrigation system. Agree that you know. We set a timer and Schedule for for watering for different parts of the Orchard That's it that's IT and I. At least I know automatic and automated farms are are coming probably will be something that develops over the next few decades but I. I don't think it's the first place we're GONNA see. Humans displaced from their workforce. There's just a lot of variables in farming and that makes it hard automate. Yeah it does seem like the irrigation. That's a good one to automate. The the timing had for certain different plants and things needs to be kind of specific. Sometimes maybe maybe you have. Things go overnight when people are sleeping absolutely Yeah so that seems like a good one but in general. Yeah it's you still need that human labor and we talked about automation a little bit with Ryan as well Because he comes from the. What's the economists? Yeah the economy side And he said that some people are thinking that automation mation will get rid of some of the jobs but there's an argument for well maybe it will It will help but you still need the humans to do a lot of the work. Know anything about that world me. I don't know that much either. But since we're on it I think it would lead to more more programming and supervision supervisory roles and classically called Highly skilled labor and reduced the amount of so-called unskilled job right right. Yeah there's a lot to be said about AUTOMATION IN GENERAL WE'RE NOT GONNA obviously delve too deeply into that today. But Yeah IT'S A. It's a big topic that You know there's pros and cons to that all right. We are going to move onto you automatic up. Let's see I have trouble pronouncing sometimes automatism. Yeah Automatism A. U. T. O.. M A T I S M This is a noun from seventeen. Seventy six one a the quality or state of being automatic one and be an automatic action to the moving or functioning as of an organic tissue or body part without conscience conscious control control that occurs either independently of external stimuli as in the beating of the heart or under the influence of external stimuli. As in simple dilation. That was a really long definition. This I remember in science class maybe seventh or eighth grade. Our teacher asked us to come up with things that happened in the body that you have control over or that happened automatically. Yeah and I remember. There was a little bit of a discussion about breathing because breathing can be both it can happen automatically which it usually does. You're not even aware that it's happening. But you can also take control over it and breathe take a breath take a breath out. That seems like one of the few few bodily functions that you you can very consciously control so I was reminded of that meeting that definition. I think heartbeat to some people have have been able to practice practiced in get their heartbeat to go up or down a bit. Sure you know I think it said seventeen. Seventy six. The Year of the the the first usage in English American English. And it's the year of American Declaration of Independence and I think there's some self determination hyphen wrapped up in the inclusion of that word in this dictionary. Yeah you think there's some connection there I think so Well let's see what number three says a theory. That views views the body as a machine and consciousness as a non-controlling adjunct of the body. Interesting number four again. We're talking about the word. Automatism awesome number four suspension of the conscious mind to release sub-conscious images and we have an example It says automatism autism the surrealist trend towards spontaneity and intuition and that is a quote from I'm guessing this the magazine L. e. l. l. e. I don't know what else L. would be But yeah that is the example Automatism is a noun or an adjective And WE'RE YOU'RE GONNA skip the etymology next. We have automa- ties We Are we've been in the auto world for a while So apologies if some of these are not as interesting interesting as the others This is a transitive verb from nineteen ten to make an action reflexive and actually an action is in parentheses so the actual definition is to make reflexive And it's an example would be an action could be reflexive. Automatization is a noun next and I think this is GonNa it'd be our last word. Automaton A. U. T. O. M. T. O. N. one this is a noun from sixteen eleven Number one a mechanism that is relatively self operating especially we have these synonym robot or as some people like to say robot Robert Number to a machine or control mechanism designed to follow automatically a predetermined sequence of operations or respond onto encoded instructions and number three an individual who acts in name mechanical fashion. Do you have any connection to automatons. Oh sometimes sometimes I feel like one doing my work weeding row after row. Same a Yup. Yup You what was I going to say. I don't remember this. This is a very old word for the word robot like we. That's what they used to be called. I remember seeing movies that take place in maybe the nineteen twenties or something something and they had things and they call them automatons And then somehow the word robot took over was that Isaac Asimov who coined the word robot. I have no idea I feel like it might have been. I don't know all he hadn't he had the three rules of robots Google. It Google. We're not going to get to the word robot for a long time.
"chai tea" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast
"He's got a brand new book out july sixteenth two thousand nineteen at the time this recording it's called ten years nomad and it's a memoir about his decade of world travel. He really doesn't incredible job of combining personal stories with lessons and advice around travel for you. He calls this book book. His quote opus on travel. I read it and very much enjoyed. It and i'm thrilled to have him here as a guest today and chat about it matt kept nece. Welcome to the zero to travel. Oh podcast my friend jason say finally beyond the show. It's nice to finally have you. It's been a long time coming and congrats on the book. I mean huge congrats. We were just talking a bit before four. We started recording here and i've read it in record time for me. Considering i have <hes> a couple of kids kinda pull at me and really just such a great mix six of advice and personal stories and i can't wait to talk about the whole memoir process and that side of it because that's a little tricky but i have a very difficult question to come out out of the gates. <hes> what is your for breakfast this morning apple and apple. Is that your typical breakfast. Are you a light eater. I typically make eggs by where i am. I just didn't have eggs in felt pretty lazy. Where's that ronin italy okay cool. Do you have a morning routine. When you're home. Yeah you know i i wake up at four o'clock. In the morning i meditate for two hours. I journal i exercise is that i drink my special chai. Tea yeah followed by six hours of <hes> more meditation and then i start my day. Don't forget about the bulletproof coffee. Oh yeah yeah so. I mixed that with the teak power punch right there of a drink. That's next level entrepreneurship. No i was wondering because i was curious. How how maybe you're sort of morning. Ramp up whatever that is. If it's the same when you're home versus how it is on the road i know for me like one of the things i love about travel is that routines are completely shattered. When i'm on the road yeah i liked that breakfast with him on the road. I just tend to just go out to have breakfast or your son or hostile breakfast reckless hotel breakfast but my morning ritual is i. I i wake up. I shower brush my teeth and then i eat breakfasts. Sir and i start my day. I have no none of this stuff. You always hear. Entrepreneur still don't have time for that. I know just from being on your email less than following your work that you were in paris. Recently which is of course every writer wants to live in paris right. That's kind of like the the writer dream and i mean i know how i feel when like i was eating pizza in italy for the first time for example drinking scotch at a local pub in scotland like there's that whole a feeling of having that travel experience in the place that it's supposed to happen quote unquote supposed to i just want to hear about your experience since living in paris writing pars was a good break for me. I had moved there. I knew there in hopes of just sort of breaking bad habits. It's in new york. You know i didn't really have like a good workflow there. You know like my co working space eight out too much drank too much watch slept too little so i just kind of wanted to reset and so you know i mean you can't escape your problems. Your habits follow you around the world but at least in comparis- i could denies some of those bad habits battle and start fresh. I worked a lot. Which is what i wanted. You had the book coming out <hes> <hes> running conference catching up on all the work. I should have been doing find really co working space where i could get into flow no friends <hes> which which is good because i just cut down. A lot of my drinking cook more just a really good time to take -cation for my in itself. I i worked. I wrote and eyesight seed in to me. That was really what i want to get out of. God of it. You know i was everything i needed to be at the time so as gum so there till the end of june so <hes> you know by the time this comes out. I'll have in god but for the time i was there. It was where i needed to be right but when you go on a trip i mean i think one of the interesting interesting things is kind of like the pre trips expectations that don't always match up but you can also try to manage them. How do you do you manage that process. Do you not think about that kind of stuff. Often just go or do you kind of sententious before trips like hey. I hope i get this out of this trip. You'll always tend to just go and see one. Fold my move to paris. Was you know in my head. I was going to hit the ground running. Make a lotta gall. These events hooked myself into sort of the entrepreneur for noor influencers seen you're going p._r. Events do as much as possible and i did none of that grandparents simulates five o'clock and you're like i'll have been working all day and hungry. I wanted to watch netflix and so for me even though i never got any of that done i don't feel as if i missed out on anything because it allowed me to really clear out a lot of work in catch up on chilly out in a way i couldn't do when i was in new york. There is something you know you're productive. When you have routine ri- win win your brain can go this time and you can get into flow. That's the best time to work right right but when you're always like a normally work from eight to twelve but the catch train and the trains really uncomfortable or there is no table available. It can't get mark then. You're out your new destination racing to get work done and we really just want to be out. I feel much better about my work life balance. It's after paris well. This kind of reminds me of a quote from your book. He said here's one thing that is certain about travel. All your plans. We'll go out the window and it sounds like that's <hes> <hes>. That's what happened in paris. Which of course we're kind of talking about. Here isn't isn't a bad thing right does being on the road help you you stay in the moment a bit more in that way because you mentioned the whole idea of getting into the workflow and everything like that and i'm i totally totally agree with you and but there's also something i think about being taken out of that and getting put back into the mike. I find that i'm easier on myself when i'm on the road and i'm not getting stuff done as opposed to if i'm home and i'm not getting stuff done because i feel like i'm still doing something by being on the road. What are your thoughts. What's around that when the best ways i i get john. Is you create a schedule your when i'm on the road food that's travel time and when i'm home that's time in so i just focus on that one thing. I believe you can really really working travel. I don't i used to be able to do that. I don't really believe that the best way to do things and i think when you're starting off off it's much easier because you don't have any work commitments but when you sort of hit this threshold of size and you're you're getting tons of comments and you have staff and you're involved in all sorts of projects then there's deadlines and people are trying to set podcast interviews and meetings. He's suddenly near. You're trying to fit everything together and it just doesn't work out travel times travel time where time is work work time and that's it now. Of course i travel. I travel. I work. You know little bit in the morning but i'll do any heavy lifting projects not doing s._e._o. Are checking over designs. I'm reading checking emails and social media just checking in i if something important needs to be done i title then stain one destination for awhile and take a break from travel folks work because you go travel the world so you you can spend all day looking for a good wifi connection balances overrated. I don't think any think life is ever balanced but i think if you can stay focused on the one thing you're doing it that one time they can have balance one of the things that i applaud you for that. You talked about very openly in this book and also on your blog and through email newsletter and everything is some of the anxieties and things that you've experienced and be mentioned balanced being overrated but also at the same time when things get out of balance. I'm sure those types of things can occur and i just wanted to hear a little bit more about that and this is a topic you cover a lot in the book. You know when did that kind of start for you. Is that something anxiety and things like that was something you experience growing up or was it more related to starting this blog and then it's getting bigger and and now all of a sudden they have all this pressure to do all these things while naturally like a very high strung person i grew up in a workaholic work a helicopter environment. That's not to say like workers value more than anything else suggests you work and you. You honored your responsibility. The q the work in the job you you did exactly really took over for when i was trying to balance all the work and travel i mean balances overrated. I need like ran people. Try to balance everything because because you're not focused on one single task your balanced where your your focus on this is what i'm doing right now. That's the only thing that matters and then when this is done. I'll focus on that next thing that's balance talking about like juggling things so i try and work life balance and trying to do this and that was because you're trying to do it all at at the same time like you're juggling everything. You're spending all of these plates. That's not what i mean bells when i try to spend all those plates and keep them all going that's when i felt the most stress in had the most anxiety because you're always like oh that one's not doing fast enough in getting that going another one slowing down so you always have to keep like shifting your focus in so something always suffers and when something suffers that <hes> <music> <hes> is what made me feel anxious like here. I am in this new destination. I'm not giving it all the attention it deserves because i'm trying to find wifi and because so that made me feel guilty when out traveling. I feel guilty that i didn't. I'm not getting work done. As fast is i can like projects or slowing down best. The team slows down us that creates a lot of anxiety and dan.
"chai tea" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Things I don't know I learn new things all the time Monica Lewis river Pamela Q. today so are I want to admit I've heard the term chai tea mmhm my drug of choice no idea which I animal control minimal I don't know what Tyus what is shot try is a combination of spices teas to make try to eat so it's like cinnamon in LA I think Cardamone is in there yeah hard to bomb and the other contains card Amman no I mean I don't know some spies of the day is really good I'm learning new things and I appreciate that the barely China's contains card Amman but I'm gonna go kart among next I bring that up is a lot of times when you go to the the fancy coffee places that they have something there's there's contains try again yes I'm the I'm not doing it for nobody would trust me it's not I had no idea none none of them arm but this brings us to the issue the kerfuffle here in the valley regarding Starbucks simply subs you may remember we have the story over the weekend it actually happened on the fourth of July of six Tempe police officers in uniform ranking coffee at a Starbucks when I think I'm gonna have to say allegedly apparently this is all third hand right right right we were trained complained are that the officers made them feel and comfort on over was a man woman don't know who was in the breeze stirred the manager of the Starbucks ask the police officers if they would move or leave because somebody was uncomfortable side of police officers fail yep there too much just right down the middle yep telling of the story but all hell breaking in the officers left they give a bailout they complied with the with the order arm well now there have been talks I guess you would say between the Tempe police officers and Starbucks ten people leave cheap Sylvia Moyer took to Twitter saying over the past few days Starbucks executives in Tempe police have engaged in quote meaningful and positive dialogue following multiple officers being booted from a valley Starbucks on the fourth of July lawyer says both organizations quote remain committed to serving and safeguarding communities while fostering inclusiveness dignity and respect she adds the department is not making any more statements about this incident boy without written by a PR agency will I had a whole bunch of words in there that you would never use a normal or conversely right right arm the thing that frustrates you but then I get these people like I'm in a bar current storm raging always is are you I do not blame Starbucks of the company for the actions of one person this is not a corporate pot if Starbucks corporate policy is no coffee for cops I think you got a hell of an argument are you know I support please therefore I don't support Starbucks mmhm this appears to be one person who I would argue made a really stupid decision and what which person the customer the brace step a restart okay I think whoever told the police officers to leave is the problem and do that and yes they work for Starbucks they represent the company right but they weren't enforcing like a company policy no you know I'm saying oh yeah they weren't but I do think that it there's a responsibility there that Starbucks needed to step up and take it was you know we were holding ourselves accountable it was our employee that said that it was inappropriate SO on to break we're going to reach out talk to the police officers now meaningful discussions I don't know what there is to say other than Starbucks telling the officers what this is in our policy yeah we're sorry this happened I don't I don't know how much of the discussion is actually needed because the bigger problem doesn't have anything to do with Starbucks the bigger problem that you mentioned yesterday Bruce was the the way the community sees the police on the relationship between our between the police and the community yeah and that the it some people are uncomfortable with it but we on both sides we know we've heard that on most people are available site yeah so short of a apology because it because here's the thing if you can you can buy coverage I don't participate stupid what cuts but elem police officers have and do just copy and delightful baked goods from Starbucks every single day in all fifty states yes and the district of Columbia yes it happens every single day and all the time right in this one instance is not representative of everyone of those interactions where most places are either the the the Starbucks picks up the tab but you don't you see a lot I have a friend who's a police up he says you know all the time people buy my coffee or by my lunch or whatever and so you know what he does because he's a pretty cool dude he says I pay for the person behind me that's quite a lot you know I can't pay it forward if you mail goes I sincerely appreciate people saying Hey I appreciate your service thank you for for being a police officer about your coffee goes great no problem I'll buy the one behind me because I'm still gonna pick off yeah that's cool yeah which is kind of cool but again you have to make an argument that this is represented of the entire company and it's it's I don't see any evidence of it okay have you subscribed to the person Pamela podcast subscribe right now on your iPhone or android and you'll never miss any of the shelf it's a breeze of Pamela podcast brought to you this week by Nova care we've got.
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"chai tea" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Whenever talked like other comedians like your Twitter is popping. Okay. Very popping. It's mostly harassing Harry styles which is like fair, but my Twitter again because like I was like, you know, maybe like Email and just like whatever I didn't get on the Twitter bandwagon when I should have. So therefore, my brain is not programmed to tweet sure I've gotten better about it recently, a little more active, but like I get so self conscious when I tweet am always like does this make sense to I have thoughts. Like whenever opened my Twitter. I'm like, I don't think like feel don't think you just need to tweet about it. Just fire off I know, and I would like to I want to fire off more tweets. Because when I do I think people respond in some capacity. Okay. Couple more. I hate HAMAs but love boat hawks. Yeah. That was also two days before the election. So that was back when we were. Brighter time. Yeah. How miss really upsets my stomach, and I can't eat it. It's like it really fucks with me. And I don't like the I don't like the idea of HAMAs. Yeah. It's like it's not for everyone. I will say there is a place in LA called charcoal on Beverly they make incredible HAMAs. Probably the only homicide I've been able to fuck with and legit way. Okay. I hate the CHAI is so on brand for me. Yes. I tie right now. Or no, I'm fortunately, I'm drinking throat coat. I wish I was drinking CHAI this kind of falls into the same category of hating. I think lacrosse players are hot like CHAI. Unfortunately is my drink. And I hate that. I I wish my drink was like a Red Eye. Right. You know what I mean? Like, I wish my coffee beverage that. I ordered was like a Red Eye or like a flat white or something like obnoxious. But instead, I just like have the most cake fardie order ever, which is like a try, and whenever I order them. Always like hi, can I please have with on a milk? And they're like what I'm like child lot or IT. I love try tea, and I actually think CHAI tea is less embarrassing than try Latta. Try lotto is a child's drink. I've I've been.
"chai tea" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Diverse views on campus. Let me order something here in this low key wood-paneled coffee, clutch, Nick. I feel special on this place. I feel safe here is Omar the manager of the coffee clutch, Nick Elmar. Ronnie. Thank you. I think the coffee machine is racist against white people. That's certainly one point of view. We often feel that being white is a good reason to apologize. It's a popular belief here on campus. I wish I could get CHAI tea organic artisan CHAI tea during the casino owners torrential rain, our country's relationship with Canada has been destroyed now from the Canadian northern territories is this observation from Charles Townsend. The Canadian northern. Territories have been impacted by DJ Trump's tweet agreements. I if Americans want to go to Montreal buy cheap diamond engagement ring. Well, that's no longer possible. And then all our industrial output has been stopped by the legalization of marijuana. We no longer export shaved ice and those weird maiden candidate TV shows and movies, the ones with lighting the characters who mumble. That's the thing of the past degrassi any American understand that murky show. It was our best cultural export, this is the usual edition from public radio. One more thought about Canada. Alanis Morissette and Murray same initials. Shut up. Monkey.
"chai tea" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"You with my righteous right hand. Wow. Today's episode you guys is going to dive deep into a topic that we've all struggled with and that's fear. So we really wanted to start out the show today with that verse in that song by Phil Wickham one of my favorites, we've been listening to it on repeat this week. Hello, everyone in welcome to another episode of the good life with Stevenson. We're back in the studio, everybody hope you're having fantabulous day not to downplay how awesome that versus I'm just getting excited for today. You guys were coming into fall right now. This is our favorite season says, I'm actually sipping on a hot CHAI tea Lante right now. Yes, you are. And you know today's episode being all about fear, Honey. I'm a little scared right now about your energy level and where you're taking me out this episode because Obama let me, hey, me too many coffee cups today. Maybe don't be afraid of me girl. Don't be scared of this energy because that's what we need on the good life. If you're driving in your car right now and you're feeling that ho-hum, it's Wednesday. Well, if you're listening to the episode when it came out, it is Wednesday hump day, getting over the hump, you guys having energy, we're talking about overcoming fear how to deal with fear today. And it honestly starts with a very, very real story that we haven't shared with anyone publicly and says, I want you to take it away. I'll just start out by saying you guys how amazing it is to have a show like this where I really do feel so comfortable. I haven't shared this story that I'm about to share with you guys anywhere else other than here on our podcast. And when I thought about like, where do I want to share it? And why do I wanna share this? I felt it in my heart that I needed to because it was on this show last week that sort of triggered in sparked this entire experience that I've been having. So I'll just jump into it and saying that, you know, last week we had an amazing guest on our show, and and then that also led into us having the opportunity to interview in read some of those emails that we did that we get from our good life family listeners. And one of those good fight stories came from a girl named Kelsey, and we actually recorded it last week after our show wrapped. And it. It's gonna air in today's show. And what's incredible about this story is that Kelsey is somebody who discovered her own lump that she found in her breast at the age of thirty. And I won't dive into too many details because she's going to come onto the show and kind of share her story. But I will say I felt inspired after we recorded that episode to go home that day and to give myself abreast exam, something that I've never done nor have I ever felt the need to do one, I guess..
"chai tea" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"A great word, including these salted, caramel mocha and the, t- vonda pumpkin spice CHAI tea latte We'll also launched that day Care about such thing I I like, it is pumpkin flavored coffee but it's got to be in the low eighties if. Not high seventy s night Welter wa wa. Does a coffee that is not called pumpkin called holiday or something and starts coming around, like October ish and, it puts every pumpkin spice, to shame it's got like. A little bit of everything that was probably, some pumpkin essence in there but some cloves cinnamon a real movement with wa wa Oh yeah there's a very pro? Wa movement, out there behind him as much as some people are I think they're foods mediocre and I think they're better, up north but this holiday coffee this special. I think you'd like it I got you do grab a life who might you be, I c. j. city, how Arias plant city what's, up Well I hate to go through. Such a wonderful subject to, not such, a great, one on occasion I tune into your. Radio. Just what you're. Talking about. And the last couple of days I tuned in a couple of times to hear that. You got hit in the head I didn't watch the video or, anything but I asked, the young, man when he answered the. Phone if you guys had discussed you. Know brain injuries netjets? From simple blows to. The head okay instead you hadn't I would though sounds there is nothing I enjoy. More than with ten minutes left in, the show talking about brain injuries for sure it's a fun. Topic well no you just, really have, to be, careful because it's just a simple blow. To. Actually kill someone.
"chai tea" Discussed on See Something Say Something
"Key is not the first thing that i have seen appropriated from dc culture there's golden milk which is like what we would call holy dude gye which has now become chai tea la and now key which is people are trying to turn into g butter and i have a theory about why all these things have become popular indian culture is always seen as very vibrant and colorful and each of these things are things that basically already exists in american culture t exists in american culture butter exists in american culture but because it has this ancient connection to an exotic and colorful country that is spiritually in tune with itself the food becomes more spiritual and more exciting than what people are already consuming so what do you guys make of the discussions around the cultural procreation of key like having experienced now several different types of what's on the market it was only a matter of time surprise and it just it's just it just makes me angry i think the thing that's annoying as like when something is appropriate and yeah like the costs go up and it makes it an accessible but also when it's appropriate in its done so poorly that you have this weird product that becomes the mainstream that is really rooted in nothing aside from some like small business that decided that they wanted to capitalize on this somehow i've been thinking about this a lot over the past few weeks food is tricky when it comes to cultural preparation because food is something that you naturally wanna share slot like a bendy where there's a whole cultural system that you cannot adopt but that's not the case with food which by its nature is shared and changes with exposure to other cultures so in the case of something like he there's a continuum of different types of products that you can get there's imported ki ki that comes from india bangladesh pakistan and is sold in stores here there's local ethnic stores in immigrant enclaves making their own key and selling it there's even people like me who might take their parents recipe and decide to bottle it and sell it and share that part of their culture with people and at the end there's key that's made by non they see people for non daisy audiences and that's what we'll be focusing on this episode when i see g butter sold at twice the price of its ethnic store equivalent i have to ask is this sharing or is the stealing yeah and that's the other thing when you talk about money and the cost of things i'm money's one of the cost but going back to what you were saying about how it presents us and certain communities in certain light oh ancient wisdom pure was jim which then contributes to like against your of people that's another cost so i think when you are looking at food from a certain community or that's like belongs or comes from a certain culture or practice what you should really be asking yourself is if i'm taking this and using it what is it costing that community and how much am i benefiting and how think probe like those are great question and i yeah and i think conversations about food appropriation neat to center these questions which is why when people are like oh but we all take hamburgers and we all eat like white people food but like what is it costing that community like other question is what version of the community is being sold to you right like is it a exotic sized other is it a more pure or natural version of food and you know like people i think have an image of india that it's pastoral and that it's like vibrant it's fiber and his colorful and his village but it's highly industrialized eilly industrialized society and so is boxing yeah it's no one thing but you simplify those those ideas and you package them and then somebody takes that food and his all like oh i'm so ethnic like i'm so you know open minded clearing my chock rose but you know i remember when someone was like so taken with my tiffen that i bring to work every day and i'm sorry i i love i did do a gift to my parents or their wedding like it's yeah it's like it's engraved it's like a it's their wedding lunchbox that i i think think every day anyway yeah and like it was clear that they were kind of like charmed by in.