35 Burst results for "Cherry"

Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot

"Gonzaga is headed to the elite 8 after Julian's trout there's three pointer with 7 seconds to play help send the third seeded bulldogs to a 79 76 west regional semifinal win over second seeded UCLA. Strauder's three pointer answer to Mari Bailey's three and it helped Gonzaga overcome a 13 point halftime deficit. Those are literally the moments you dream of, you know, just to even make a shot like that in March Madness. And then just to be back home in Vegas, it's like the cherry on top. Drew Timmy scored 36 points for Gonzaga, who will take on fourth seeded Connecticut on Saturday after the huskies beat 8 seeded Arkansas 88 65 behind 24 points from Jordan Hawkins. I'm Adam spelling.

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In Trump probe, grand jury hears from potential last witness

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 d ago

In Trump probe, grand jury hears from potential last witness

"A New York lawyer who could be a final witness in the hush money investigation against Donald Trump, says he brought documents to discredit the prosecution's star witness. Attorney Robert Costello and ally of Donald Trump, who counseled Trump fixer Michael Cohen after an FBI raid in 2018, says Cohen is not to be believed, when he testified about hush money payments, he said he made to women on behalf of Donald Trump. He's totally unreliable. Costello says he brought pages of documentation to be shown to the grand jury, but accused the Manhattan DA of cherry picking. Out of 321 emails, they cherry picked 6. Costello's appearance is an indication prosecutors are moving to wrap up the case. Donald Trump himself posted on social media. He thought he was going to be arrested this week and called on his supporters to protest. Portable barricades were delivered to the courthouse area to block off streets if needed. I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Mystery of the January 6th Footage

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

The Mystery of the January 6th Footage

"I want to talk about the mystery of the January 6th footage. But I want to put it in a broader context of what's going on with Fox News and specifically what's going on with Fox News regarding this January 6th video. You remember the Kevin McCarthy gave the video, not Kevin McCarthy says I didn't really give the video I made it available. Well, okay, he made it available to taka Carlson. And I think the expectation was, not just of Kevin McCarthy, but a lot of people who had pushed Kevin McCarthy to release this video, they wanted to see a lot of the stuff that was held back by the January 6th committee. Let's remember the January 6th committee put out a thoroughly cherry picked narrative. So all the videos showing stuff that goes against the January 6th committee was not released. They just, and in fact, if you look further at what happened with the January 6th committee, Liz Cheney even blocked the subcommittees that were looking at things like intelligence failures, the refusal to act on proper intelligence to capital police new things, but they didn't do anything about them. And Liz Cheney was like, don't release any of this why, because we've just got to make Trump the soul and exclusive villain. So you can see the kind of propaganda that that committee ultimately became a propaganda factory.

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NASA Webb telescope captures star on cusp of death

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

NASA Webb telescope captures star on cusp of death

"NASA released a new image from the James Webb Space Telescope, the telescope is captured the rare and fleeting phase of a star. The light from that star has been traveling through space for about 15,000 years. NASA's amber strong says the material seen around the wolf rayet star that looks like dust is dust. The star is dying. But the end of a star's life, they shed their outer material. Their outer layers out into the rest of the universe. Shimmering in purple like a cherry blossom, the star may be dying, but the dust will live on. Spreading out into the cosmos and will eventually create planets. And this is how we got here, in fact. NASA says this star in the constellation Sagittarius is 30 times as massive as our sun and already has shed enough material to account for ten suns. I'm Ed Donahue

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It's almost Oscars time. Here's everything you need to know

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

It's almost Oscars time. Here's everything you need to know

"Chef Wolfgang Puck is previewing his annual Academy Awards menu. The world famous chef has been catering the Oscars for 29 years and he starts planning the menu about four to 6 weeks in advance. We make for years now our smoked salmon Oscars with Caviar and we make the chicken pot pie with black truffles and we make always different kind of ani lotes. Just as the Oscar nominees change every year, puck makes some changes to his menu. We're going to have a English try for a bit cherry and we're going to have fish and chips. The best way gluten free and I've been saying and then one SPS is done. We're going to have a beef Wellington. There will also be chocolate cigars and cocktails with gold flakes, puck is concentrating on the food, but he's also following the Oscar ceremony. It was really a good way to enjoyable movies. So I think Tom Cruise, maybe might not win, but he might win as they produce. And park smoked salmon is shaped like an Oscar. I'm Ed Donahue

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Wasserman Schultz Questions Taibbi on 'Twitter Files' Reporting

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Wasserman Schultz Questions Taibbi on 'Twitter Files' Reporting

"That'd be wasserman Schultz's questioning a journalist who exposed a Twitter false And that's how he'll be on my Fox show this weekend by the way I think it's an exclusive And yeah you got it And she's like well you added more sub sac subscribers so what do you mean Just like The New York Times or Washington Post try to add subscribers everything Is that real Is that even a real thing You just said listen this idiot But deeper concern that I have relates to the ethics of how journalists receive and present certain information Journalists should avoid accepting spoon fed cherry picked information if it's likely to be slanted in complete or designed to reach a foregone easily disputed or invalid conclusion Would you agree with that I think it's if it depends Really You wouldn't agree that a journalist should avoid spoon fed cherry picked information if it's likely to be slanted incomplete or designed to reach a foregone easily disputed or invalid conclusion Congresswoman I've done probably a dozen stories involving whistleblowers Every reported story that I've ever done across three decades involves sources who have motives Every time you do a story you're making a balancing test Reclaiming the public Claiming my time Thank you very much I ask you this because before you became Elon Musk's handpicked journalist so in part in the oxymoron you stated this on Joe Rogan's podcast about being spoon fed information and I quote I think that's true of any kind of journalism And you'll see it behind me here I think that's true of any kind of journalism Once you start getting handed things then you've lost They have you at that point And you've got to get out of that habit You just can't cross that line Do you still believe what you told mister Rogan Yes or no Yes or no Yes Good Now you cross that line with the Twitter files No Elon Musk it's my time Please do not interrupt

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Tucker Carlson Responds to Accusations of Cherry Picking J6 Tapes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson Responds to Accusations of Cherry Picking J6 Tapes

"Tucker put it better than I could. Oh, we cherry picks, really. What they're saying, ironically, what they're describing ironically is exactly what the January 6th committee, and the prosecutors in these cases did for two years. They selectively picked small segments of tape to convince Americans that January 6th was something that it wasn't. It was awful. We would not defend that we hate vandalism. We hate assault. Was it a violent instruction it was not? Was it a killing of 5 officers in the capital? It was not. Those are lies. And they buried tape the contradicted and revealed those lies. So all we did was play the tape that they had been hiding for 26 months and show that there were American citizens Jacob chansley specifically and others whose civil liberties were annihilated and you can make your own rational judgments about what that means. Do you want to live in a country where that's possible? They don't care. Neither party in Washington cares. In fact, the leader of the Senate. Democrats Chuck Schumer just joined the leader of the Senate Republicans Mitch McConnell in calling for this show to be pulled off the air. Now that's not an argument based on logic. It's based on hysteria and the shame you feel is a weak and terrified person when your lies are exposed. He show right and it is a hysteria and what's the hysteria steeped in? It's steeped in fear. They are afraid. They're afraid of truth.

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Caller: Politicians Push J6 Propaganda Like 'Triumph of the Will'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Politicians Push J6 Propaganda Like 'Triumph of the Will'

"Listen. Germany, there was a lady by the name of Lenny rife and stall and she was a Nazi propagandist. She made the movie called triumph of the will. This movie convinced Germany to accept the white Aryan nation. Okay, and then of course we have Hitler come in and do what he did. There's nothing different here with our media in the left. The politicians are only picking out what they want the Americans to see and now we see the evidence that's out that there wasn't an insurrection. And yet they're going to do whatever they can to back up their claim that this wasn't insurrection continuing to brainwash instead of getting down to the facts of we really need to look what happened. They're covering up. This was nothing more than a coup. They took over the capitol kick Trump out and they're trying to erase anything that's happened. Well, I'm not sure they're killing them. I don't know the kick Trump out, but here's what's amazing. Here's a guy Jacob chansley who's rotting in prison four years and his lawyer didn't get access to the exculpatory evidence showing the capitol police escorting him pleasantly through the capitol. Isn't that interesting to the mainstream media? Don't they find that newsworthy? How could that not be newsworthy, Jeff? It is these worthy. And the capitol police were used. I believe antifa was used. Look, insurrectionists, people that are trying to take. The people wearing the backpacks and the helmets, that's antifa anywhere you see that that fits all antifa. Well, the best line of the best line of the night, Jeff was Tucker pointing out, is the accusation now that people are coming up with against Tucker was that he somehow cherry picked videos that there were videos that he's just, well, yeah, what you're supposed to do, play 44,000 hours. He's showing what we didn't see. He's showing officer Brian sicknick, walking around directing protesters through the capitol.

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Chuck Schumer Reacts to Tucker Carlson's Reporting on J6 Videos

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Chuck Schumer Reacts to Tucker Carlson's Reporting on J6 Videos

"Night, millions of Americans tuned in to one of the most shameful hours. We have ever seen on cable television. With contempt for the facts, disregard of the risks and knowing full well he was lying, lying to his audience. Fox News host Tucker Carlson ran a lengthy segment last night, arguing the January 6th capitol attack. Was not a violent insurrection. By diving deep into the waters of conspiracy and cherry picking from thousands of hours of security footage. Mister Carlson told the bold faced lie that the capital attack, which we all saw with their own eyes, was somehow not an attack at all. He tried to argue it was nothing more than a peaceful sightseeing tour. Can you imagine? A nonviolent demonstration. A perfectly fine and appropriate instance of people expressing their opinion. I, so many others who were here in the capitol and millions and millions of Americans are just furious. With Tucker Carlson and Kevin McCarthy today. Many of my staff were here at the capitol on January 6th. Their lives were put in danger. As were the lives of many of my colleagues, as well as police, maintenance staff, reporters, countless others. At one point, I was within 30 feet of the rioters. One of them I was told shouted out, let's get them. Before my detail pulled me away, and we ran in the other direction. To say January 6th was not violent, is a lie, a lie, pure and simple.

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DC's cherry blossoms coming early due to confusing weather

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

DC's cherry blossoms coming early due to confusing weather

"Washington D.C.'s cherry blossoms are expected to bloom early this year. The trees are apparently confused about the changing climates due to the warmer than average temperatures, the trees never reached their winter dormancy, which is the starting point for calculating when the blooms will emerge. Jeff reinbold with the National Park Service as the 3700 cherry blossom trees in the city are expected to reach peak bloom earlier than expected between March 22nd and 25th, the city has experienced dramatic temperature swings. It hit 81° one day last week, two days later, its snowed. Our natural resource manager, like in the trees this year, our indicator tree to a teenager. There's a lot going on there right now. Washington's cherry blossoms date back to 1912, a gift from the mayor of Tokyo, Ed Donahue, Washington.

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Media Matters Continues to Cherry-Pick Words From Mark Levin Show

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

Media Matters Continues to Cherry-Pick Words From Mark Levin Show

"Fox is mark Levin Now nothing I've said is on Fox It's on Westwood one Cumulative sweat doesn't matter We don't believe that it was the cleanest election of elections in 2020 So they cherry pick it Edit everything around it and send it out to the media So what Here's the one today that was sent to me Fox is mark Levin Donald Trump's not an old man even though he's two or three years younger than Biden He's not an old man What else did I say Remember that mister producer I explained it The media matters Has learned how to do this from the best of the best George Soros George Soros But they're not getting their money's worth because nobody gives a damn what they say Nobody cares Plus if you want to hear what I say what do you need media matters for Explain to open your mic Rich cement mister producer Actually mister executive producer Tell everybody if they want to hear what I say during the course of three hours Where do they go Go to Mark Levin show dot com click on audio rewind and find your favorite podcast platform and subscribe for free So you can go to Mark Levin showed dot com You can hear the entire show in context every syllable Correct rich How many years back do we go I think it's four or 5 We go back four or 5 years How quickly do we put let's say today's show on the website 9 45 eastern So 45 minutes after the show 45 minutes after it's broadcast

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Bruce Thompson: Georgia Is the #1 Place in the Country to Do Business

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Bruce Thompson: Georgia Is the #1 Place in the Country to Do Business

"Is the number one place in the country to do business. We're 9 years in a row. I mean, it is roaring our economy. But we have to be very careful about that. Because here's what's happening. In a lot of areas of the state, big companies are coming in and we're grateful they're coming. So I don't want any of our listeners to think, I'm not great for that. But hear me for a second. Our state was built on the backs of the people that were here that were mom and pop businesses that grew to be maybe just remember Chick-fil-A started with one little restaurant. Yep, gorf house. That's right. And there are a lot of those businesses out there that are 300 people or less. And when large companies come in that are driven by stockholders, they're requirement is get the people to work. And if they can't get it organically, they're going to start cherry picking or hiring away the team members of those companies. And we're already seeing that, you can afford in your budget to be able to pay, say, 60 grand a year, and they come in and they offer them an 80 and 90 and a 100,000 and you can't blame them for leaving. And those companies will wind up perishing. And now you have a whole nother displacement of a workforce.

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Shibarium Developers Say Each OnChain Transaction Will Burn SHIB Tokens

NewsBTC

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Shibarium Developers Say Each OnChain Transaction Will Burn SHIB Tokens

"8 a.m. Sunday, January 8th, 2023. Share barium developers say each on chain transaction will burn SHI be tokens. Share barium is one of the most anticipated projects, mainly in the Shiba Inu community most es HIV community members are eager for the launch as it could be enough of a catalyst to pump their SHI be bags. Latest on the news about the layer two blockchain scaling solution. The developers announced via a short thread on Twitter earlier today that every transaction on the share barium network would result in a burn of sheba inu SHI be token. Share barium burn mechanism to boost HIV price over time currently. Has a circulating supply of 589 trillion units and a total supply that exceeds 900 trillion. Its initial total supply was reduced with a recent burn and with the Central Bank to dust burning mechanism by sherbert. Ship's price is likely to appreciate as the supply will be reduced. Though the amount of ess HIV token that will be burned after each transaction has not been revealed, the burning mechanism is likely to be a good enough catalyst for not only the SHI be token, but the share barium blockchain. Related reading Dogecoin doge space mission, Shiba Inu's SHI B share barium, and snowfall protocols SMW grand launch Harry's why January 2023 looks promising for these tokens recent update reflects on bone token in its previous update. The share barium team cleared some false circulating speculations about the blockchain and what native token it will utilize. Share barium developers noted that bone will be the only token that would be used for gas fees and no other tokens will be necessary to operate within the protocol. For context, bone is a governance token of the shiba swap ecosystem, allowing the SHI be community to vote on upcoming proposals in the ecosystem. The more bone coins a user holds, the more weight their vote carries in future proposal. Though it may seem as though bone is the main character of the cherry and blockchain, it is not, but more of a partner that will work hand in hand with SHI be sure barium has been developed for SHI be token enough for the sake of other projects who claim ownership or speculation surrounding its operability dependency on any other tokens. The share barium team announced. Related reading sheba E new lead dev ignites buzz about new partnership, price stagnates so far. Bone has been moving in a positive direction. With consolidation almost as if it's waiting for the share barium launch to make a significant move. The bone token currently ranks at a position of 113 on coin gecko with a market cap of more than 250 million. Its current market price at the time of writing is 1.1, with a 24 hour trading volume of 4.1 million. SHI B token, on the other hand, currently ranks higher on coin gecko, owning the 16th position with a market cap almost heading to 5 billion. It currently has a trading price of 0.000008 four 5 at the time of writing, with a 24 hour trading volume of 175 million. Featured image shib army news.

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Can There Be a House Without a Speaker? Steve Cortes Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Can There Be a House Without a Speaker? Steve Cortes Explains

"Steve, can you walk us through what we are headed towards on one three? So Matt Gaetz was at am fest. I think very highly of Matt Gaetz, but he says we might not have a speaker to the cherry blossoms bloom. Right. There are some hard nos. There's some maybes. Let's pretend that Matt Gaetz gets his way. And he blocks Kevin McCarthy, which I know a lot of people in this audience support. What does that mean to have a house without a speaker? It means essentially there is no house. That's the unfortunate reality. And there's an I think the world Matt Gaetz as well. And as a matter of fact, when I was on Capitol Hill last week after I saw Kevin McCarthy, my very next stop was the office of Matt Gaetz and obviously, you know, I don't agree on this, but it's very rare that I disagree with him and I think the world of him. He's done enormous good for his district in this country. We just disagree. This is a family. So he was treated so terribly by the media and the DoJ. But sorry, continue. Yeah. Totally. No, but listen, and I view this as a family squabble. I mean, we are still family. We still share the same agenda. It's a matter of disagreeing on the tactics on how to get there. And he makes very valid, reasonable points, okay? We both just have a different opinion on this and we'll see eventually who's right. Here's my biggest problem, though, with the Gates agenda. If we were to not have a speaker. And I think he thinks it's okay for us to go to the cherry blossom, still springtime in Washington, D.C. without a speaker. Literally nothing happens. When I say there's no house, I'm not exaggerating. You can not swear in the members. There are no committee assignments. There is no committee work. It is as if there is no House of Representatives, which means the status quo would persist until a speaker is chosen. Those are simply the House rules. I wish the rules weren't that way. But that is simply the reality. So a speaker needs to be chosen and again, I think it needs to be chosen relatively quickly. My hope, of course, would be first ballot that very well probably will not happen on the first ballot, but I do think that the caucus is going to call us sooner than people think. I

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Julie Kelly Joins Charlie to Discuss the January 6 Final Report

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Julie Kelly Joins Charlie to Discuss the January 6 Final Report

"Us now is Julie Kelly to go through all things with regarding the January 6 report. And she is from America greatness. Julie, welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, thanks so much for having me on. So Julie, walk us through. It looks as if the final J 6 committee report has been released. Maybe or maybe not, I'm not exactly sure. Is that not right? Okay. Walk us through it. You're right. It's supposed to be released. It was supposed to be released yesterday. I just checked their website. It still is not posted. All we have is this 154 page summary of cherry picked testimony and narratives that they wanted to collect. And they're gradually dropping certain transcripts, but the full report still has not been issued. And this continues to be delayed, Charlie, and now it looks like they're also going to try to bury some of the more important witness transcripts that people are looking for IE rate ups, Benny Thompson said that those would be released sometime after Christmas when they were supposed to be part of this report, which as I said still has not been released. So what can we expect in this report? You can just expect more of the same. The political narrative that this committee, the regime, the Department of Justice and the media has continued to perpetuate that somehow Donald Trump was solely responsible for the events of January 6th that he incited this insurrection, which as you know Charlie is one of the four criminal referrals made by this committee to the Department of Justice. Well, still not covering the or answering the questions Charlie that most Americans want to know. Why was the capitol so intentionally unprotected that day? What happened to the pipe bomber? Why didn't they release thousands of hours of security surveillance video that captured what happened inside and outside the building that day we can just see for ourselves what happened?

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We Have No Leadership in the Senate

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

We Have No Leadership in the Senate

"And what is it really about McConnell That sets me off Everything I've said of course but there's got to be something more And I'll tell you what it is In addition to what I've already said We need leaders We don't need Millie maths We don't need halfway patriots We need smart effective leaders who can communicate who can persuade Not who use the system to raise money and cherry pick what candidates they want or get in front of a microphone and mumble on or the old school who come up with these omnibus bills which we don't have any idea what's in them and just keep spending our children in the bankruptcy We need leaders And when it comes to people in Congress right now They're damn few of them When it comes to the U.S. Senate and every single leadership position in the Senate there are none Because from McConnell's made short soon is not a leader Barrasso is not a leader Corn and is not a leader They're not leaders They're vote counters their money raisers their media whores but they're not leaders And the leaders the potential leaders are being smothered By this current group that calls themselves leaders

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Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo

The Officer Tatum Show

02:23 min | 4 months ago

Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo

"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the occupation show. Hey, I want to jump back into the conversation I was having about LeBron James and I want you to get the chance to hear Stephen a smith's take on Cherry Jones. Being pictured in a picture of something 68 years ago. Wrote a clip of Stephen a Smith. On my podcast, no mercy. Because you got people that wanted to come at me in the wrong way. I stand by what I said. In regards to a 14 year old in a still photo. And that's what you want to use to jump on them. You just highlight it. There's plenty of other things to jump when Jerry Jones about. You ain't never hired black coach. You didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick and his rights as an American citizen to do what he did. You didn't speak out initially. You were actually hiding when it came to social justice issues, Jerry Jones. Jerry Jones would tell you I told him that. Where you at? I'll give a damn what you say. Say something. You gotta speak up. You can't be quiet. But that's entirely different. They use in the still photo of a 14 year old standing in a crowd in 1957, pre civil rights, pre voting rights because clearly the climate of those times were what it was. Do we need to regurgitate what the hell was going on in the gym crow south? We all know that story. Lynchings murders, rapes mayhem all types of stuff. All types of insidious despicable things that was done and inflicted upon the black race. We understand what the hell was going on down there. So if you're Jerry Jones and you're standing in the crowd, I'm looking at how you're acting more than I'm looking at what the environment is. I would love to let him finish, but I just need to talk about what he said. He didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick, but he panned dak Prescott a very handsome. I'm out of money. So it make this make sense. He don't care about black people, but his quarterback is probably one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. Oh, but he didn't stand up for Colin. 'cause Colin Kaepernick is an idiot. That's why he didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick. But he's standing up for that Prescott.

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Will the Red Wave Reach New England?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 5 months ago

Will the Red Wave Reach New England?

"York is a very interesting race. Cassie hulk came out this weekend and said, she's the underdog in the race. And her entire campaign and the Democrats message is that Republicans are conspiracy theorists. Even though it was Democrats that said that Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation, they said that the virus came from a bat at a wet market. They said the vaccines will prevent transmission. They said we must lock down schools to prevent children from themselves. They called Donald Trump a Russian agent. They have been the conspiracy theorists. Play cut two. They have this conspiracy going all across America to try and convince people that in democratic states are not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers. They're data deniers. The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% even in New York City down 20% on Long Island will leave Zelda comes from. And it's a Republican states where they have almost no restrictions on guns because of the abundance of guns people are killing each other with more frequency. The safer places are the democratic states. Even though she cherry picks one piece of data arson robbery rape, assault, trespassing all up. I think that there is going to be a northeast wave. I think the northeast part of America, for all of our patriots watching and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and yes, New Hampshire are going to rise up and shock the world. I think New Hampshire is prime for a realignment

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"cherry" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"cherry" Discussed on Broken Record

"There was also maybe a more complex thing going on where, you know, I was creating a child, you know, Mabel was in utero. I was also a daughter to my dad who was dying. And there were so many reflections of my own womanhood going on around me and being 30 three or something. And having had a just kind of coming over a threshold of coming out of the 20s into the 30s and you're trying to find your so called authentic self or something like that. Anyway, it's a song. And it's a song that sometimes is also annoyed me. Because I find it sometimes that I've found it sometimes a bit restricting and sometimes in later years I found the production a bit like pompous with strings and, you know, this is a woman's world, you know, like I was saying, oh my God, I kind of wanted to take it out of the box. And I think that's what I know he's done. She's just made it bleed more in a way that I think is really like it really needed to happen. Now the original I assumed was a bit of the strings and everything you were trying to evoke the James Brown. It's a man's world. Was that deliberate? I wouldn't say that I would dare to say that it was an answer. But it was part of the discussion. There's two other projects I want to ask you about briefly. The first was the cherry thing, which is when you did free form jazz. Much closer to the stuff. Your stepfather said, what was that like? To tell you the truth, I think that cherry thing record kind of saved my life and it kind of brought me back into being able to make records because I hadn't made a record for 17 years or something when I made that. And I guess it was just like kind of stepping into a zone in music that was kind of like in my very much an idea DNA.

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"cherry" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"cherry" Discussed on Broken Record

"Four decade long career has ricocheted between a number of genres, including hip hop, jazz, trip hop, and punk. Her first single in 88 buffalo stands cemented her standing as a no nonsense black feminist voice in contemporary urban music. Cherry was living in London when her debut album raw like sushi was released. At the time, she was collaborating with genre defining 90s electro dance acts like sold a soul and massive attack. This year none released her 6th album, the versions. It's a collection of cover songs of some of cherry's biggest hits, and is performed exclusively by female artists, including Robin, and then his daughter Tyson. On today's episode, Bruce Alan toxin and a cherry about her bohemian upbringing in Sweden, New York, and London, was stepdad, dawn sherry, the famous jazz trumpet. Nana also recalls how she first met the legendary all girl punk group, the slits. And why despite scoring her first big hit with a cheeky rat verse? She never considered herself a

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"cherry" Discussed on Philosophy Bites

Philosophy Bites

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Philosophy Bites

"Perhaps it's just Twitter, but there seems to be an epidemic of anger out there at the moment. Relax listeners. It's not worth it. Getting angry is an entirely destructive emotion. That does nobody any good, and which you would do well to suppress. Or would you? Here's my isha cherry, calmly putting the case for getting angry. At least about some things. Moisture cherry, welcome to possibly bites. Thank you so much for having me. The topic we're going to talk about today is rage. Now, is rage different from anger? Well, we're being careful with distinctions it is. Philosophers are very careful about the words that we use in distinctions that we make. There is a distinction, right? So one might say, rage is just a more intense form of anger. And so when you are outraged or enraged, you feel anger, more deeply. But there's another distinction some people might also say, not only is rage felt more intensely than anger, but rage is a little bit more irrational than anger. Stokes Seneca says something about if this emotion has taken over oneself and one is not able to have control over one's four rational capacities. I mean, we think about this when we think about the blinded raged a whole metaphor is that once you have experience this emotion, you're not thinking straight, per se. So there seems to be a distinction between rage and between anger. So for somebody like Seneca, the ancient Roman philosopher, anger, and its extreme form rage, were things to be avoided. To be got rid of completely if possible, because so much harm comes from.

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"cherry" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Of lightning at the same time. You have chantiers drummers on and maybe a storyteller all it all working together in collaboration to this to this performance and that just really really excited me in terms of possibilities of public. That's that's great. Before we forget about barbershops. I wanted to and one thing that i learned in my research. I was intrigued by hell. Barbarez became a profession in america and it turns out that it started during the colonial period when white men of means wanted to imitate european aristocracy. They needed to have a man in waiting. Who would who would handle their hair in their face. So they allowed enslaved black men to shave their face and their head and these took that and ran with it as a profession. They became within that system. They became rather elite because they had access to things that other black people didn't have access to i e men of wealth. I'm sitting in this environment talking to each other. They learned a lot of information just by by eavesdropping on conversations. At the same time these guys are having a razor to throw it into their head shaving their head and their faces. Iran freed black men to that took on bothering profession because wake meals with the neath them to cut somebody else's here so they become a profession. I had no idea of that. So i feel like i've just obviously i've learned a lot so far about i've learnt that and that's that's great. I'm gonna throw it out in the barbershop one day. It's like kings man brother in one of their earliest professions of black people in in the us. One of the union's barbara queens. We know hair. That's that's the thing. I mean that's entrench they're like legitimately like stamped approved now the last question i have before i get into shameless plug. I don't want people to long. It's just like hey ram your thirty minutes. Let's get it in. I read that the story pertaining to individual pieces is ending. What's one thing or a few things that you will want to audience to take away from your work. Artists like your your body of work as an artist. Thus far my works are what i call open ended narratives and they're open because there's never one story came across a phrase longtime ago under like in its allah delights in many kinds of truth in varying degrees of truth but even a lot does not like the entire truth so to me. That means there's never one story when people are looking at my work many times if they don't know who i am. I like to eat drop before they find out who. I am and listening on conversations. Because if they don't have the honest around you can get some unfiltered back and that's really great. I think one of the more precious comes. I gotten was two teenage girls. Who looking at a barbershop. They said that's really strange with his. Cue it's almost like that. That line on the back of the movies is like strange. And i knew in herbert tabulate. That meant this is a really nice piece. But it's it's unusual is not something he seen before. So your question i would. I would invite people to have what i call a slow look. Look at the pieces and spend some time with it and just see what it says to you. Have these eavesdropping sessions. What i come up with has been far richer than what i had in mind in the first place and i thought this is this is fodder for the next piece. I can take that idea. Stretch it and go somewhere else with it so thank you for that input. That that's fantastic. It's it's one of those things that it's it's important i. I've interviewed a fair amount of artists. And they'll say. Oh i'm never around. I never around to known like that. Does that matter to your you know. And that's the thing but being able to get that kind of take a look this way take take a slower look at it and really appreciate get dip be immersed in it and and then kind of go from there like i remember going to the bright exhibit and i i think i want two or three times and i went with different people each time and i was just appreciating different pieces each time in generally. It's like oh let me just do this pass real quick and absorb it that way to say no. No no this is not fast. Food is not fast food. You have a this is a full course. Meal good analogy. That's a good analogy. So that's all the questions that i have but what i would like to invite for. You is the opportunity to shamelessly plug plug. Whatever your social media. All website. Whenever i'm on facebook. The namus schroeder cherry s. c. h. e. d. r. sherry dislike the. I'm also an instagram. So hit me up. Take a look. I also have a portfolio on. What's called baker artists portfolio. So you can go to that and see a boatload of works both puppets and so if you see something you like or even if you don't like it contact me let me know. I don't really care if you don't like it. Let's have a conversation with what. What about it intrigues you. Yeah that's baguettes big. It's a big feedbacks feedback is important again. Let's just discourse around this unlike hard. Stop saying no discourse tell me more. Yeah so thank you so much. This has been a treat. And yeah do myself. Thank you rob totally so for shorter. Cherry i'm rob lee's and it s are in and around baltimore. He's got look forward..

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"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We are coming to you from a different location for this episode. Because we did a field trip for today's show we went to the trader joe's and cobble hill brooklyn. Because i have never shopped at a trader joe's until the other day i was a trader joe's virgin. I know i know hard to believe. I told one of my friends. We were doing this episode. And she said. Are you sure you want to admit that everyone. It's like saying you've never used the telephone well too late here we go. Let's grab a shopping cart and hit those aisles. I let's thank our sponsor carry gold the folks behind that beautiful butter and cheese made with milk from irish grass-fed cows. I have met some of those cows and they get degrees in some of the most beautiful greenfield's you've ever seen if you haven't tried carry gold. Be sure to pick some up at your favorite supermarket speaking of cheese. Thank you to everyone who joined us for the cheese ball last week. We had a fun night of fashion and for maggi. And we're joined by marissa mullen of that cheese plate and cheese by numbers who taught us how to make a beautiful cheese board that included her signature salami river. I now know how to make us. Salami river watch out world. We ate lots of yummy cheese from our friends at carry gold cambozola and cypress grove. We drank beautiful sparkling wine from mumm napa and we had some chocolate bonbons with cheese in them from voege shackle la. Oh and parmesan ice cream from cafe. Pana how could i forget so interesting. It all took place at the demo kitchen at the new ace hotel brooklyn. If you'd like to stay at the ace. Be sure to use the code cherry. Be for fifteen percent off when you make your booking. That's cherry and the letter b. Alright so trader. Joe's i know it's kind of crazy that i have never shopped at a trader joe's. I made that confession on my instagram account and on cherry bombs instagram. And hundreds of you gave us your product. Suggestions was honestly a little overwhelming but fun to read through them all some immediate takeaways from my visit. The trader joe's copywriters and packaging designers are geniuses. They make their products very very desirable. What else when it comes to the intersection of fun and price point. It's hard to beat traderjoes. They have definitely cornered the market on grocery shopping as affordable entertainment. One thing that mystified me is the perception that exists trader. Joe's as healthy so many people kept telling me the trader. Joe's is all about healthy food. I mean yes. They have plenty of healthy things to eat. But the produce section is underwhelming and there are snacks everywhere and really sexy snacks so you are very tempted to buy them. Oh my gosh and pumpkin products. If you think starbucks pushes it with the pumpkin spice latte. You haven't seen anything trader joe's really jumps on a trend and rides it in this case writing a big pumpkin. So here are some snippets. We recorded on our visit to trader. I'll be right back with genocide. Do assistant producer of radio. Cherry bomb jenner is a member of gen z. A recent college graduate and she's serving as my trader joe's ambassador. I everybody so. I am at a traitor. Does for the very first time of crowded. I came at night. Because when i passed by jackson day their lives and i am going to go out all the products that has recommended to me. Let's go here's some of the stuff that everybody loves all these dips. They have a lot of seasonal stuff. Right that's what you love. Katherine loves the mediterranean style hamas. Oh pumpkin spice on this. I'm not sure that i'm ready for that gang when you thank you. Pumpkin four cheese greek style yogurt dip. That could be interesting. Okay maybe we'll come back and get that and then oh cacciatore peppy ravioli. That sounds really good. They have a lot of ravioli. There's lots of prison through. Which is great if he like making smoothies except they're just cookies and candy everywhere. So if you came here because you're wanting to do some healthy things and it comes movies. You might not appreciate. The are just sweets everywhere. Blueberry goat cheese that went viral blueberry vanilla. Oh boy blueberry vanilla coach again not sure about that but people love that people love it so now in front of the prison tumbling section and so many of you mentioned that you love the frozen dumplings. Sporkes remind chicken shuai. They got a little clean down of the dumplings by. Maybe i will buy some of those. Oh they've soup dumplings that's funny angle. Try those but they also had feet bus soup. Wonton soup french onion soup steak and south pies. You may have every crazy. So like i said they are really nuts for pumpkin stuff. There is pumpkin spice coffee for actual pumpkin. There's pumpkin this humping viola hump and hamas pumpkin beauty cada on and on. I saw a lot of other pumpkin things. I'll spare you all the pump and stuff all right then right in front of me. Apparently this is a famous trader. Joe's thing to the cinnamon wisc of no the cinnamon broom. So it's like a broom. Scented with cinnamon oils three dollars. Ninety nine cents and it says broom is made in china but it is scented in america. Okay and then. There's a smaller one. There's a with cinnamon sense with his for ninety nine cents bring home and enjoy the smell of fall. Think my pass on this. But it's an interesting product that i've never seen anything like that before. The lady in front of me has the senate who broom and her young child is using it as a weapon so she's trying to wrestle it away from the kid. Oh they also have gluten free pumpkin spice bagels. Okay i'm gonna turn to pumpkin before. I leave trader. Joe's that seems to be the clear message more pumpkin gang. Look organic private-label gets. Oh wow they also have pumpkin spice coffee. I will stop calling out all the pumpkin things because they think this whole episode could wind up being pumpkin stuff trader. Joe's okay. I'm back with jenna jenna how are you. I'm good. i'm so good carry. It is so good to see you. So jenna is here to talk to me. All about trader. Joe's because jonah is definitely not a trader joe's virgin jenna just to be transparent with our listeners. You are a trader. Joe's superfan right. Yes one of the biggest. How often do you shop there. I shop there. You can buy me there. Every sunday night at local trader. Joe's or i'm there whenever i run out of lava cakes so three times a week. Wow okay you are irregular..

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"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Mindy who of so much. I was met her like well. Virtually during the first book. I was actually filming queer eye in kansas city and we had a very short deadline for the book and I didn't have the opportunity to actually cook with her. Was chatting with recently. And i think the longest call we ever had in one shot was like it was a little more than five hours and i was trying to figure out what kind of a book i wanted to right now it just basically dictate and she would take notes. Because i've never measured a single thing in my life except everything is just like handfuls and i love the word block whatever that a small plot of this and then you klopp it. And it's a noun anniversary my book apparently and so we created antony in the kitchen on the phone basically and then we would divide and conquer and for that book. I had my Lovely friend death barden. She's a chef restaurants. Her in kansas city shows a wonderful brunch spot called succotash where she makes a heirloom tomato. Lemonade which is my very favorite drink. Ever it's so good but anyway. How does one make an heirloom tomato lemonade. I don't know but she would bring it to set. And i've been on a lot of sets before where you get really nice meals but like backed would literally bring like a vintage like one of those chicken feeders and just do like the most beautiful salad and of course every vegetable was from her garden she would feed like fifty to sixty people and then she would have like a cotton candy machine on the side that she bought it. Some yard sale for twenty bucks like every meal was always so special. And so i just wanted to be as close to hers possible so some nights like we would cook together and then other times when i was shooting. Ten to twelve hours should get a couple of recipes. I would come home and then we would like tweet get and tasted and then recreate it together. So she worked with me there but for the second book For let's dinner. Mendiola is based in In portland maine. So she came out to new york state here and she was in my kitchen with me every single day and there was the most use my kitchen's ever gotten an was maybe like some of the happiest months in recent history just because it was like actually having the smell of food and my home and not like running out and rushing off to speaking engagements doing all kinds of different things and we actually got to like tasks together. Which was what i always wanted to do. She recruited are lovely culinary assistance sadie. Who's a new yorker and just like. She's the type of person who's like you ask her for shrimp and she would just go to like three different spots before she found like the perfect shrimp and brought them back and i learned so much from her. It was just so nice like being with somebody in the kitchen. It just felt like we were like kids exploring and trying to figure things out because a lot of the recipes and let's dinner are like variations of things that i make a lot of for me. It's a lot of it is just riffing and then a lot. We just got so kind of like create together and talk about like my time in japan with beer. Filming queer eye wear in japan. You know that's how the cia which is another one of my favorites not for another recipe in the book. But i'll tell you just a little piece of broiled salmon over a bed of sticky rice and then it's basically covered in like a wonderful like a green tea jasmine with just some scallions and that's it and it's like a spa. I can't describe it any other way. So we just got to nerd out over things like that. And i learned so much from mindy like now i always put a tiny kinship cayenne and almost everything. It really does make a difference. The way that like i always preach the gospel of always have a bowl of lemons and put lemons some literally everything she taught me to do the same thing with cayenne and just kind of brings everything together and you don't even necessarily feel he i love spice but not when it's too overwhelming and it just kind of overpowers a dish so yeah it was just so nice to you know after the first book where it was just all phone calls to actually cook together. It was really lovely and it was like a cold months so it was. It was a lot of you brought up another great tip with that salmon dish. I learned this from someone when we did the cherry bomb cookbook and she used t as a broth and i was like i never thought of that before so now if i don't have chicken stock or i don't have you know some kind of premade broth on hand. I'll just use some kind of tea. Because i've always got a ton of t.f. Got like seaweed. T have got green tea. Have got all these teas and it's amazing what you can do with some seafood rice and t totally my only tip. There would be a. Don't make it too concentrated if it's caffeinated and if you're having dinner because you will not go to sleep so anthony have to ask what is up with queer eye to very good question so i can't tell you that we've successfully completed a season which i don't take completing a season for granted anymore because a year ago march of twenty twenty. We had started filming in austin and we will one day shy finishing our first episode of the season.

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"cherry" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"Way. Me worried about you. Yeah lord yep and then the girl were talking about what is has been on her husband's facebook so we don't really know what happened. No but she's on their on every almost every picture of him in them together saying you know i want you back all this stuff so hopefully these kids work it out but they also have children too so yeah more middle lawyer man. This is crazy. Faithful drama is fun though. Because you get to read it in his move on with your life thinking about this too. So they're going to also be going through a divorce if if that's in the near future you don't wanna be posting anything that no obviously we know attorneys and stuff and they have Like people that work in office to have like a fake facebook accounts and stuff and they go and they research for to collect and yet to look at this go. Because i i know some folks who have gone through divorces and very similar where. I'm not boasted anything but then the facebook you should anyway quite frankly even if you delete it. There's always ways to go back. Obviously just call you so he screen shots every tax. I do you know it's funny. I use facebook just two people. That's all i use. My personal one for family and friends will put up pictures of my girls and all that stuff. But that's it because you know i'm a girl. Dad expressing personal emotion. No no and because this the another post follow. I'm so sick with guilt and grief and self hatred and rage. I've snapped. i can't come back from this. And i am so sorry you think about it. You can feel that if you're if you're the person that is on the other side of that. Do you feel vindicated because you're like well. This person messed up and publicly telling everybody. Do you feel good about or you going. Just say that to me. You know. I guess at that point in time. Who question if you're if your relationship isn't that if you're a relationship wasn't there to begin with to be able to have those conversations it's not gonna work anyway. I didn't want communicate. I would feel huge pleasure. Somebody was like Gone man. I'm so sorry for this and all that online but if you but if you got cheated on i would probably be like. I don't really care at this point in time. You could put that out there. You're not thinking about the long game cheated on or whatever. And i encourage this. This is what that revenge porn is. all about. There's there are ways to get to get back on one. On somebody. That guy steve i changed the caption. Because he was tagged at this is this is very vengeful. Ten in my post. And i guess other girls saw that i changed the caption and something. I said something about him being a cheater and then other girls girls saw it once. Once he untagged itself i just put the caption back to it. Because i liked the votto so good. He was cheating on me with multiple women. Muddle women's oh just like sly we. Do you think all that effort you put in eliminated him from having sex with multiple women He moved on but other girls notice. So then they're like okay. Deuces them out. They may already been there. That's fine but again. I liked the photo and i just put yeah. Facebook to me is I the troll people and try to get them to block me. Don't there's a war in a studio over pop tarts edgier. Dave hangs out in here with us and Until like buzzers are going off and seventy running stations on the air. But there's a key he's a. It's always awesome when he runs out a cherry pop tarts at home because then he'll stop at wendy's and bring us all breakfast. Oh yeah those are good day and you've missed. Stop making cherry pop tarts well. Then but he. He's very protective about the cherry pop. Tarts so allie. I'm now calling you pop tart from up naming off flavors to the point where he just stopped him at no charry. Shakey's gonna throw a bag able throw that pop at my. He was like no. It's about the toaster strudel because you want it. That is the gourmet version of the bible. It's not pop tart. I don't have a if you like to cheer. You got like the blueberry. No no cookies and cream strawberry. No chair sherry. I'm sorry. I ruined it for him but i understand that like when i go to starbucks and i go. Hey i want ice coffee with two shots in no classic sweetener and stuff and whenever i hear a voice that i've never heard on the speaker before they should be and then i'll get it. It'll have sugar narrow. Whatever and i'm when but i never go back consistent. I can't go back in and yell. I can't because i go there too much. I don't wanna be that guy when you're spot up. Yeah i don't wanna walk in and go. Oh that's the whole guy. Let's talk fitness coffee. Yeah right you don't want classic in there how this might be by protein no charry. That'd be great when he runs out. Because i know i know what it's like to have a routine and how we'll just ruin your day. You bite into one. It's not cherry us. Throw it out the window. Debiasi falk like do you like can you just by just Cherry or the big ones are always a mix. Oh it's a mix odd pain in the ass. Sorry up to of your comfort zone. Over their pop tart he gets his face. Gets all scrunched up. Senator wants blueberry berry crap. I mean online on the pop tart website cherry only gets a four point eight rating doesn't matter. It's what he likes. Get the four point nine. Would you look at that if you were them and go okay. Here's the math of this It says that the You know the raspberry does really really well. Let's just sell those at a box. Good call you know what i mean. You would think they would do that kind of like the vending machine. Here you know at the radio station. They have like certain selections. That always run out. So if you the vending machine guy wouldn't you. This one runs out every week. I'm gonna have to slots of this. Or maybe you just have a a thing on pop tart where the the go to the website. It's all a car create order. Create your own crate dave. You look i guess technically. That's just outright. I mean it is but maybe if you buy in bulk or something yeah yeah to be cheaper correctly from.

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"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Issues a year delivered direct to your door. Now here's my interview with chef. Natalie cohe chef natalie cohe thank you so much for taking time out of margarita village to come down here and answer some questions for us about the new property. I'm so excited to get to chat with you. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. So we're gonna get to the job as property that. I got to visit the margarita villain times square. But i i wanted to ask you a little bit about yourself just you know. Tell the folks at home who maybe haven't had the chance to get to know you before. Where'd you grow up. Where are you from emergency from indianapolis indiana. So i'm a mid west meat. Potatoes type of girl. I grew up pretty much my entire life. You know kind of the country. Campfire bonfire that type of atmosphere. My parents had restaurants growing up. So i did spend a lotta time Within those establishments kind of working he knows slipping away on the floor dishwashing. And all that. I got my Luck into culinary record on blue zona after that i went to scottsdale And worked at some of the prestigious restaurants and camelback mountain and scottsdale arizona. After that i did my externships in sunset key. And that's where pretty much my passion really grew I got to do the latitudes private rush private restaurant and latitudes beach resort which is owned by hilton back. Then and it's a small eclectic oprah winfrey. Everybody had a house there. Wow so that's pretty much. Where i kind of dove into it worked under a phenomenal chef. There that kind of gave me my passion to growing up into the industry and kind of set the foundation of my life and then Nineteen i got the opportunity to become the first executive sous chef with sheridan and key lago and since then it's just been an ongoing adventure you know within the culinary world that sounds like an adventure you go from like landlocked indiana gal with parents and the restaurant industry to super hyper prestigious. Beachfront restaurant absolutely part of the plan. It you know. It's funny. Because when i did my encounters go you had to do create your own restaurant creature business module do whatever you want to make a restaurant within As part of a final. And i actually did it for key. West and opening a small little shake shack like not shake shack. But it's like a taco shop. But it's the same vision of like a beach bar meets. You know tacos. It was called the happy shack. And it's funny because just right. After i completed that in ace that entire building of a restaurant i was offered the externships. Go to key west. And here. I've never been to us. I really didn't know much about us but at created this business model and then you get the opportunity to end up going to us without applying or anything. It's like full circle. The world is kind of like knew. That was the destination that i was supposed to be an was getting to the islands and work. That island caribbean lifestyle. So you know. I never thought i was going to be on the beach. Always thought is going to be like montano or you know working in colorado or something in around ski resorts but compared to the opposite. Got to go to the caribbean pretty much. Were you cooking as a kid. Even was this an early passion. You know with my great grandmother. We used to cook and roll like homemade noodles and things like that You would find me a lot like playing around and making pastries and desserts and things. But that wasn't my passion. That's just what you know. Your parents usually let you make cookies and brownies and things like that. So those have simple things Later on my mom and dad you know they are not in the you know we owned restaurants but that was not that was like their hobby was to open up the restaurant so for them. It was like you know sitting out barbecuing inviting friends over. That's kind of where we We all got together and did are learning how to cook and things like that but you know most of it was just. You know your typical. You're in the kitchen. Your mom walks you walk past your parents and see what they're doing and that's kind of like what drives your creativity and experiences. I guess was there any dish you loved making with your parents or from childhood. You know it's we have a family recipe. We've always done it. It's turkey noodles like homemade rolling out taking making chicken stock and all that. It's pretty much been a staple from my dad's side for forever from all that i can remember every time we always wanted to do something it's like. Let's make noodles do like it's always turkey noodle stu and that's one thing that is my comfort food so when i came to new york the first thing i wanted to do was just like you know. Get a bowl of turkey new story when and start eating it It's just the signature comfort for me. We'll be like turkey noodles to taco some day that works that would work take. It's always usually right after. Thanksgiving is when we started off. So it's like you take the carcass leftover and everything goes into the turkey goes for everything and like the last thing we ended up making his turkey noodles. Do because it's like okay. We have had enough turkey. We've gotta get rid of the turkey. So that's what i mean. I'm a shaky down for the recipe for that afterwards. So when you were out likud on blue tell me a little bit about what the experience of you know. This is a women's food podcast. What was the experience of being. Probably one of the few women in that school working at the level that you were in fighting for your space. You know it's always will be Turning the corner now as a you know it was always a man's dominated field Which you know you have to have thick skin. I think we're whenever you get into that. You gotta kinda you know. Put your foot down. And just say i'm here for the same singer here You know in the beginning of it. It was a little intimidating. But i was more of a tomboy. I couldn't you know rough me up that hard. I take it. It was fine. I spent a lot of times with some of the chefs their instructors and you know with working next to them every single day. They just showed it. All it takes hard work and dedication just set your mind to it really The rest of it. It doesn't matter. I don't care what the person next to me. Thank you may not like my food. I'm okay with that but somebody does. Obviously you know. I've made it this far. Somebody doesn't in culinary world. It was it was a lot of people like you know. You're not good enough. You can't do it. You know there you know. I was young going into a right out of high school a lot of them. This is a second career for them and you find that a lot of times that when they're going into culinary school it ends up being somebody's second choice or you know they could never get their foot in the door. So now they're going to culinary school to try to make this their their next round For me it was right out of school. I wanted to go culinary school. So i did it and i was young. They're eighteen and everybody's in their thirties and twenties so they looked at me a lot as a young. You probably be weeded out. Well lo and behold. I ended up being one of the strongest ones and with that. That's where i got the opportunity to go to key west where they only took five so out of those five four of them went to maine like actual hilton and worked in the kitchen there versus i got lucky enough to go to private island sunset key and getting that opportunity is pretty much paid. The course of where. I ended up now Not many people got that luxury. There was no other turns our allowed to actually go to sunset key and work on the private island at that time. now i'm sure there's many that have transpired over but usually you had to start at you. Know hilton may land. And get your luck to go over to sunset key. Fortunately for me within the day one it was like we're gonna send you over. There were short staff. And i never left. I don't know what it's like when they had to go over to hilton. Slip away for all the banquets. I got to do all the eclectic fun stuff so that you know that passion that drive that i had was pretty much instilled upon me. You know the rest of my life like you know..

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"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"You can watch their videos on free people's youtube channel and find the recipes on cherry bomb or at free people dot com back slash vegan dash lifestyle. Got that you love plant based eating or looking for some new dishes to try you'll love. These recipes has been fun working with the free people people so definitely check it out some quick housekeeping. Don't miss the latest issue of cherry bomb. It is all about the icon julia child. Speaking of style. Julia has miles of style. In and out of the kitchen you can subscribe over at cherry dot com or pick up a copy at your favorite bookstore or cookbook shop now. Here's today's show rachel aunts enough to radio cherry bomb. Thank you so much for having me. So let's jump right into this. I made a list of. They're not the clothing names but they're kind of clothing name so when you go on to help you do this later gone rachel antonoff dot com and you look at the close. They'll be a little description underneath the photo. So i'm just gonna throw these words out at you and you're gonna tell me the what and the why. Okay okay filthy martini. Oh yeah so that. Was this oversize olive print and we were just like what does olives make us. think of. And whenever i order martini. I always say very dry. Very cold positively filthy to the embarrassment of whoever i'm dining with and so yeah it was just one of the first names we thought of it and everything in the office is kind of done. We want to make others happy. But we also prize internal giggle. You know what i mean so we laugh constantly we just try to make each other laugh and then we figure if we think this is funny. Hopefully others will. Oh my god. It's not going to get better than we prize. the internal. we should probably just stop the show right here..

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Nice and i don't know maybe it was his way of getting vegetables into and then how about the recipe. You make the most often. So the one. I probably make the most often would be the spoon cake. And i. it's in the spring section. It's a rhubarb spoon king. But the fun thing about it is that it can be an any season spoon cake but any fruit or even jam in the winter. If you don't have fresh fruit and it's simple you don't have to use a kitchenaid to make this cake. You make it. Minna cast iron skillet. And it's it's so easy to throw together especially if you've got last minute people coming over. Got all the ingredients wearing your fridge. Do know why it's called a spoon cake. What caused that because it was it was a cake that would never make it to the table because i would just start eating it with a spoon before before it would even get tables. Not really one that you slice. It's more of a thin skillet cake. I love that so folks can probably tell listen to our conversation. But you've major creative output. You know you've got your tv show. You brought memoir. You wrote the cookbook. Are you able to do these things because the restaurant is only open part of the year. That's definitely Part of of the help here of being able to have the bandwidth to do those things. Although i feel like i'm been doing all of them all at once in the busy in this this year like restaurant and show and But the winter is that the time that really gives us time to to pause and plan and think and I recognized that was part of really a plan of balance. After my first restaurant. I was not running it in a healthy way for myself and so as i opened this restaurant here and freedom. I wanted.

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"So even though i was questioning what was going to happen. I think i still was never willing to stop. I was always going to keep going. And i was always gonna find a way. Even though it was scary. The fear was driving. That adrenalin to keep pushing me forward. I'm going to jump around a little bit here I don't want to give away too much for people who haven't watched your tv show in the magnolia network but you actually do deal with the restaurant. Maybe not opening the very beginning of the show. Tell me if. I got this crack. You film the first episode on the last day of service in twenty nineteen right. Yeah my remembering that correctly. We from the pilot on the last week of service and we film the very last dinner and little. Did we know that actually was the very last dinner that we would have in this space until after the pandemic and it was so celebrate tori and so beautiful. I mean just would imagine that you were so probably a exhausted but be just so happy things had turned out. And you're watching tv show and you're like it's almost like a horror movie you're like oh my god. Aaron has no idea what's coming. Yeah i mean we didn't What's funny though. Part of me. When i look back in see how emotionally was and yeah part of it was relief like okay. We're done for the season we can rest and rejuvenate get ourselves ready for next season roll into the best season. We're ever gonna have and i've had these like weird premonitions these moments an all the way back to my first restaurant when i lost that through my divorce i remember sitting on the stairs and crying then to that there. There was this feeling of finality but not really understanding that it it really was the final dinner But but yeah it was. It was celebratory and then became extremely extremely challenging. Oh my gosh. While it's incredible you had someone there to document it. How did the tv show come about well. Over the years we've had a lot of opportunities that started knocking on her door and as the restaurant started to just gain this momentum and more is on us we were getting calls left and right and we recognize that all of a sudden we were having these opportunities in. None of it felt quite right. I done one reality. Tv show like way back. When i was going through a divorce. I hadn't opened this restaurant yet. And i thought it was what you had to do to be successful in. This industry was to do these sorts of shows. And i did it and i came out feeling so hollow afterwards and it just didn't feel like me like i'm not a competitive cook. It's not what i do and and other opportunities of shows that kept coming our way and we recognize that we had a story to tell here but we also knew that that we we didn't want it to be in the wrong hands and when we were approached by production company We we started. We trusted in in this group that we were dealing with and then when the chip and joanna gaines of peace came along we recognized that this was gonna be our opportunity to be able to share more of this place that no. We've we've been at our ceiling for years and not able to share this place with more people because we can only see no forty eight people a night. How can we share more of the story. Because we found that it was inspiring other people to reach higher and dig into find their own dreams and create their own good lives. And and how can we do that. In a an authentic way and when we have this opportunity with magnolia with chip and joanna we were given permission to be our exact selves and never have anyone pushed in a corner and tell us that this was no. We had to be this or that that we could be our true selves. Mika document this on a daily basis and we could share this story with with so many more people than we could ever touch within the four walls that we had here. It's so interesting. We had hill norman on the show last week. She's the star of the new magnolia network..

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07:00 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Favorite cheese counter and be sure to visit. Cyprus grove cheese dot com. Now here's today's interview erin french. Welcome to radio cherry bomb. I carried thanks for having me of course. Of course soya not too long ago. Virtually we did a fun. Event with china garton. But i don't think i've seen you in person. My gosh since we didn't event in portland maine was that twenty nineteen pre pandemic right pre pandemic. Yep time feel like. I don't even know what years those worry anymore. either it could have been twenty eighteen. It could have been so many things so we'll be talking about. the loss. Kitchen lost time so many things all right. Let's jump right into it. Aaron i if i want to say thank you for joining us as it's the height of the season for you and your team at the restaurant. How are things going this summer. Well it's been pretty pretty wild appear of trying to figure out how to keep going and managing this business this season. We've we figured out some systems last year and been dining outside and this year has been the the transition of like okay How do we get back into the dining room that we can can someday get back into. And so we just had our first indoor dinner last weekend so it's pretty. It's feeling pretty good to start to make baby steps getting back to normal here. Oh that's great. How did i inner go. It was just like a cakewalk. And like getting back on a bike again and the best feeling ever to be floating around that dining room that we had just turned into this well oiled machine and then the rug got taken out from underneath us. And we've you know we've been pushing so hard to do these outdoor dinners in cooking in the woods in cooking our backyard and just trying to reinvent ourselves over and over again so we used to think it was hard and here we learned what hard really was so being back in the space has just been just amazing absolutely amazing describe for everybody what the loss kitchen is so the loss kitchen is my restaurant here in freedom maine in the middle of nowhere in an old eighteen hundreds gristmill we seat about forty plus people a night do dinner service with a full prefects. I mean gosh. I think this weekend we did twelve courses and it was like a four and a half or five our dinner so just keeps going on and on and over and over again and it's run by all women out here all my best friends. We got this little the little engine that could. And what is the season for you. We'll normally in a typical year. We open when the grass turns green here in maine which i know it sounds crazy but his may and then we go until around the first frost of the year when everything changes so typically in october aaron. How do you make a reservation to eat at the loss kitchen. Well we do things a little differently. It's not your typical reservation system So we we take postcards for reservation. And i know that sounds crazy but we really found ourselves in a position as the restaurant kept growing year after year and the interest was just exploding. We were finding that we couldn't keep up with it anymore and there was no system that was going to be more fair Or slow things down because we really wanted to just slow things down Then simple postcard that we could just pull cards luck of the draw lottery style and And make calls and set up reservations for people. What is the furthest place you ever got a postcard from. Well i do remember one time picking a card and calling someone and they told us that they were on a train in vietnam at the moment when we call them so that was pretty wild of. That's fun and do people really go all out with like interesting postcards. Cool stamps things that to try to catch your attention yet. I mean there's there's a whole slew. I mean you have the most basic most simplistic postcards. That will come in and you have people who have clearly spend hours on. These are really trying to trying to catch your eyes so there's a little bit of everything i mean. Sometimes it's it's beautiful pieces of art. People are painting or We've gotten quilted pieces. We've gotten Really interesting stories. And sometimes it's just basic basic postcard to does a more creative postcard. Increase your chances of dining with you. I mean the answer is no not really because there are so many that it would be almost impossible to sift through and find your favorite. I will tell you that it is a human process and there is a moment. if there's one sitting on top that really catches your eye but it made. Its way to the top of the pile. That was luck of the draw. That's good to know. Now you mentioned doing a dozen or more courses. I would love to walk us through some of those courses so folks because obviously it's hard to get a reservation there. It's hard to get there. You are so far away. Give us a sense of what's on the menu. What people can expect when they visit. Yes sure well We generally start people out with a little something to drink. And we've been really into on these hot summer days making these interesting sort of slushy. Because i've i've kind of been going back to my roots and serving like either gas station or diner food and i know that sounds crazy but elevating it so when i grew up there used to be these things called slush puppies and in the general stores and they were like bright blue. Bright red and they were icy. So i've started making them With all sorts of things like with thai basil and making a thai basil syrup. I made a linden blossom one recently. So it's fun to make these interesting slashes than we start out with these nibble boards. And that's really kind of classic local cheese and little bits that you can just nibble away with your wine and then we roll into another course in. It's usually some oysters may be we. You're serving them to different ways of fried one. Or ron on then it's baby burgers because i go back to my diner route so we're always making very fancy mini cheeseburgers with like crazy beautiful beef. That was finished on fermented apples or something like that And it it just keeps rolling and then we do sorbet. We do cold class than we roll into soup. And then we have a salad. And what did you call it cold. What cold cloth so we have. A course that's not really an edible one but we take these little hand towels called cloth. Okay like what. I've never eaten cold clock. I definitely have never eaten cold cloth. Would we like to start them. For example like after we serve our baby cheeseburgers. That you have something to sort of wash up with an honor roll. Is cloths in rose water and tie them with lavender. And it's like a fancy moi's outlet but it just keeps going. You know soup and salad. In this weekend we had a beautiful halibut dish and then it goes into a tea service refined. Whatever we've got for fresh fresh things are growing that we can put these beautiful glass teapots in steep at the table. Baby be ice cream cones members many donuts.

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"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

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06:04 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Like cocoa koto code so just a lot of unpredictability which makes it hard for farming because you plan. According to what you know the cycles are in there all over the place so are you in the other farmers talking about. I mean you must talk about it nonstop. Yeah we do what i've been seen as farmers are having to invest in a lot more infrastructure like you know we're going to what they call controlled environment agriculture where you grow in high tunnels and who palaces and things like that which makes the cost of farming that much more expensive because i mean those structures are really really really expensive and to try to cover all of your fields was like now we have another barrier of entry intellect being able to like farm successfully especially if you're minority or first generation and all this stuff so that's what we're having to do to create some stability in our fields and i would imagine it moves you further away from why you got into this in the first place it really does. But i'm calm. I mean we have to figure out how to keep producing food. You know even with the changes. And i think that especially in the city of atlanta not letting every single piece of land in the city become you know atlanta's experienced a major boom right now and you know we're just making sure we're working with the city officials to be like preserving green spaces in ways that can be ag or you know maintain parks or whatever so that every footprint in atlanta. Does it become buildings and stuff which contribute to the heat island effect in all this stuff so you know we just have to and figure out ways to innovate and yeah i mean. That's the challenge. I'm for it. I love it and our elected officials have to do something about this. They do they do. I mean i think on the government level. That's where the biggest change can happen. That's where we need to impress upon our elected leaders. Like really because you know they have the biggest impact you know. They make decisions for cities for states for the you know the nation so that's the level at which i feel like change can truly up in. Well they just announced sweeping changes in europe and hopefully we will see that trickle over our country next. We need more than a trickle. We won't anymore auto shit. Yes exactly a lot. Yeah all right. Let's do a little speed round so we can get you out of here. You are busy lady round here. You've got a tv show so okay coffee. Not had you taken. Ooh coffee anti copy. Right now oatmeal. No sugar never t everything herbal marta. I drink tea is life. yeah more than coffee. Definitely i caught. You said you are going to launch her on business. I am exciting nine. Tell us when it happens. We'll be all over. That i most certainly will be working on blends. I'm so excited about them. Most used kitchen implement Salad spinner knife and a cotton board Okay yeah kitchen footwear barefoot. Wear when farm on your feet. Oh all of the things. We have fire ants. It's now. I am covered from head to toe on the farm. Long socks tall boots. Okay got it juice music while you farm. No yeah no. It's very quiet and meditative on my arm. Okay deal listen to music in the kitchen now. you're all about just being fine. You know yeah. I am and then music comes on and i'm like why don't they put me. You know what i mean. Like sometimes like i'll i'll i'll turn something. I listen to music. More like in the shower can get a tried going. Yeah what's the oldest thing in your fridge. What's the oldest thing in my fridge. Something pickled i know it. You big pickler. I don't pick goal making g. Yeah that's probably something capers. Or i don't know you know something that's pickled o'brien most treasured cookbook quote. Oh do use cookbooks. Is you me recipes. Do use cookbooks. And i read cookbooks. Like people read novels. Who most treasured cookbook. I loved the african american kitchen. I love he addison's. First burke a new turn in the south on colleagues beautiful of made a lot of stuff out of that and i love afro vegan by bryant. Terry great book. Yeah it is last pantry. Purchase yucky and dream travel destination morocco. Marcos beautiful Okay last question. If you were going to be trapped on a desert island with one food celebrity who would it be and why routes that's tough marcus samuelsson. Why marcus i. I don't know. I just love him. I met him once in new york. The food and wine fest longtime ago. And then i went to His restaurant in harlem so good. I love his energy. Yeah i would probably pick you because we've never go hungry. Yeah we we surely. Wouldn't i would definitely. Oh gosh well it was so good to see you. you know. we've been huge fans. We're so honored to put you on our cherry bomb one hundred when we did a few years ago so it's just been really nice just watching you just do so many amazing things and now i'm so happy that millions of people get to learn what's so special about you know thank you so much. Nah this is definitely just been couldn't written his journey at all you know. I'm excited to have the opportunity to live it wonderful. Well thank you for your time. Shamila thank you. That's it for today..

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Hi everyone. you're listening to radio cherry bomb. And i'm your host kerry diamond coming to you from newsstand studios at rockefeller center in the heart of new york city. Today's guest is jamilla. Norman aka farmer. J jamila is the forest behind patchwork city farms in atlanta and. She's a star of a brand new show from the magnolia network. It's called homegrown and it's all about helping families transform their outdoor spaces and grow their own food. The first few episodes are live right now and they are terrific whether you're farmer farmers market enthusiasts or. Maybe you're just really good at killing your house plans regardless you're going to love jamila before we get to jamila. What is going on at cherry bomb. Hq you ask well. We just announced that early bird. Tickets are on sale for our jubilee conference. Jubilee is the largest gathering of women in the food and beverage space in the us. It's taking place. April second and third twenty twenty two in brooklyn and you don't want to miss it. The cherry bomb jubilee conferences a great place to network make new friends. Try some terrific food. And here's some really insightful. Talks and panels past speakers have included. And i gela know martha mater dorey padma mish amine joy so many incredible people. If you'd like to join us next year head over to cherry bomb dot com right now and snag. Your tickets. today show is presented by free. People love free people and fact that they have a gorgeous store at rockefeller center. Right around the corner from where we are recording radio. Cherry bomb right this very second anyway. We just kicked off our summer supper club with free people and you are all invited. Visit cherry bomb dot com for two recipes from food stylists. Marianne of alaska's that will help you beat the heat a sparkling watermelon cooler. Which i love because you don't need a juicer. Just a potato masher. And i do not have a juicer but i do have a potato masher so i am ready and a gorgeous hearts of palm beach to not turn on that oven. While you're on our site you can also watch..

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

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06:35 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Was like okay. No pressure so so so for me what that means. I have to try and think of things that people will actually cook and so that already limits right means not super fancy or very expensive over labor intensive over time intensive things. Unless there's like the one in a million very special thing. And then i think about things that maybe means something to me or maybe some sort of a dish that i've come across in my eating. That is something really delicious. That i would love to tell or if there's a story so there's a lot of different things last year. I had one that. I wrote about chocolate kebabs from pakistan which i had eaten way back when and have always thought about is a delicious thing and then as i started thinking about it i remembered that kebab is an ethnic slur a religious slur against muslims. And so then. I was able to turn it into this sort of more. Like meditative thing on what it is to be a brown person in america so but it always starts with the food and then what i found is that almost always like even when i least suspect it. There's a story somewhere. And so all i have to do is sort of. Listen and ask and an unusually people say the funniest weirdest stuff. And that's what's the most charming. So so how. How is this playing into the new book. God can we talk about the new sure. It was announced just a couple of weeks ago. Right you're gonna be cooking your you and wendy mc not in your illustrator from salt. Fat acid heat are teaming up around too and it'll be called what to cook too. Which coming from you feels a little prescriptive. Oh yeah but it's also like could be a question what to cook. So what should we so. I wasn't planning to sell a book this year. That was a mistake accident due to somebody evil in here. You know who you are. But basically it started with a show and nut flakes when they bought salt fat acid heat. They told me to think about what the next show would be. And they wanted me to think about Something that could be evergreen and have like an infinite number of episodes and be a little bit less labor intensive and time and cost intensive to shoot so not involving travel or international traveling like being one fixed place so essentially they were like. We want you to think of your version of julia child's show or like a in stir show and i was like i will die. My soul will die. If i have to stand in stir show because that's not what i care about what i care about is like teaching people and learning and interacting with humans. And so i was mulling this over for a long time and one day i realized what i could do rather than like showing up and saying today. We're gonna make these three things for some contrived like fake dinner party. What if i actually took the opportunity to look at real circumstances whether they were mireille circumstances or somebody else's real circumstances in cooking and just as like as a professional cook. I was talked to think about salt that acid and heat of these four elements as my sort of points on my compass. Professional cooks are also you know like chefs. Don't show up at work and be like what am i gonna invent today. I mean at least not the shafts. I know you show up to your restaurant. And there's a real set of constraints involve like time and who's coming to work today. And are they a very skilled cook. And what leftovers do we have that we have to use up and those are mirrored in home kitchens because your kid might be losing their mind and you need to have dinner in twenty minutes or like. I have a friend who has a baby and she has to cook one-handed because her baby like will not let are put her down. So what you make with. Just one hand or another one is at thanksgiving. I o people are always like. How do i get everything in the oven. And i'm like okay. We'll your oven is your constraint. So how do we build a meal around are limited oven space so these limitations in in cooking their true and re for everyone. So if i could teach you how to think your way through that. Then that's how you get to a meal and so every episode could be a different scenario. You know whether it's from my life or someone who i visit. And then when i was telling my agent she was like well. That's a book too. And i was like i hate you and then that was like we don't want that show yet so it's not my next show but it is going to be my next book and the more i thought about it. I was like if this book even more so. This book should be illustrated by wendy macnaughton. Because it's all about decision making. And that's what i want to teach you to do. The whole point of salt was to teach you to taste and to think through your way your way through the kitchen without a recipe. And so for this. I would like you to think your ways. You're what you're going to do and be confident in deciding what to do and knowing how to execute your plan you know without having to be like. Oh but i don't have forty two cherry tomatoes or whatever so But because of the way the whole brouhaha selling book happened. I am actually not writing that book yet. And i won't start writing it for probably a year because i have to work on another show right now so i'm trying to figure out i'm still trying to figure out what that's going to be. My dream has carbs of the world. And and and so. We're going to we're gonna get into making that show this year and then i also like i want to make an end lewis documentary. I wanna make their million things. I wanna do so. I am on the hook for a book. It's coming publisher. I promise just not in a year. In the meantime we can by the prince from awesome. We just released those beautiful and we can just keep rereading fat acid heat which like an infinite and biblical text always reveals me and this has been a pleasure them so much you so much. That's.

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Radio Cherry Bombe

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"When i opened some means salt fat as he. The first thing. I see is joy. Here's it's enormous book. Phyllis science and facts. Which i know took so long to write. They set. Simplify organiz yet feels playful. When not color illustrations. I think that's speaks volumes as a means kind and childlike personality on her netflix. Show when her japanese hose laments that the rise balls are not perfect. Some replies the thing i love is wabi. Sabi that handmade quality that makes it human. She reveals herself with other corks imperfections. And that feels refreshing in today's world out of joy and she's clearly a champion for andrew represented women all over the world. Despite her success. I mean has been open about her struggles with depression or the impostor syndrome that she was riddled with when she started writing. Work in food writer. I love how swimming has always honored those who taught her how to cook. Yes they tottered technique but she brilliantly process that technique in her brain to give us one of the most revered cooks in the last couple of years. Thank you so me out helen. Helen and i went fishing in alaska. Years ago ellen stories. Have a very strong political undercurrent even when she writes about olive garden or chicken nuggets her new yorker story titled the passionate progressive politics. Juliet child clearly shows where her heart is. If you follow her on twitter you know she gets trolled by mostly dudes who fear raised feminists. Dan's and helen bites back and for this admire. I admire these two women who are about to take the stage both of them live and work following those principles of curiosity of inclusiveness of the importance of being humble in your work and ultimately their work shapes the values in our cooking community and industry what these women have accomplished on their own is remarkable. And i ask you to give them a heart. Welcome heartfelt welcome without further do our keynote speakers in some of the most influential women today semi non threat. linda rosner. Oh well told us the makes allowed. They were not kidding. Can you hear us. Yeah you get a pillow. There's one their own. We get one too cool. I'm mars support. Hi everyone thank you that gorgeous introduction. That was so lovely. It's such an honor to be introduced you and to share the stage with sa- mean you've lost your last name. I think in the last couple of months like gone full share beyond same as replaced by an exclamation point in trademarked. Your name yet. We do you need to trademark ya. There's someone else could just show up and beasts amine. I'll get on. Call your people. I'm so excited to be here with you today. And at the cherry bomb jubilee talking in front of this crowd of extraordinary people with to mean exclamation point one of the most extraordinary people in the food world ever really like you know. It's it's a. It's a pantheon that is fairly discriminating. And you're in there. You did it kid thanks. Well feels weird as it feel. Yeah it doesn't feel real. It doesn't Yeah feels really weird. Where i.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"cherry" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Okay so marianna. Let's jump right into this today. You're known as a food stylist but you did not set out to be one. Would you take us back to when you're a teenager about to leave for college. What were your career ambitions. So this is bogota. Nineteen ninety-six necessity. That is starting to sort of wake up but restaurants are few and far between going out to dinner was kind of a unique moment that you celebrate with family but it wasn't the regular regular event. Dan down food at the table in my family was always a constant and everybody in school. All my friends. I went to an all girls school. There were all very good at one thing ray like they were great ideas. Great mathematicians or grading design and. I wanted to find that. One thing that i was really good at and i found that cooking was something i love and that i we do at home with my mom. My grandmother and i started volunteering to make my friend's birthday cakes to bring to school. That's so sweet. And i would see everybody gather and be in all of these surreally symbol chocolate cake recipe and i thought you know what i want to do. Something that i'm really at and that makes people feel this way and so i discovered that you could do that for a living that could be a profession. My parents have a very different idea. Back then was like wait. What that's not really a career right being chef wasn't a thing you did. What did you tell them. How did you convince them to let you go off and do your thing. So i had to idealists one was. I wanna do cookbooks. And they had there was this colombian woman who had moved to australia and come back and she wrote several cookbooks and he named was mighty dig us and we have very similar names funny enough but i said this is what i want to do. Really what are you talking about. You know you're either a chef at a restaurant or you own a publishing house like that doesn't really

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