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Jen Psaki Manipulates Joe Biden's Previous Stance on Travel Bans Under President Trump

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 5 d ago

Jen Psaki Manipulates Joe Biden's Previous Stance on Travel Bans Under President Trump

"Peter doocy Henceforth will be known as the deuce The dose is on the job at The White House Jen Psaki at The White House briefing today the spokes idiot for the idiot in the Oval Office Cut 12 goat Before Joe Biden's president he said that COVID travel restrictions on foreign countries were hysterical xenophobia and fear monitoring So what changed Well I would say first to put in full context Peter what the president was critical of was the way that the former president put out I believe a xenophobic tweet and how he has to see how they had to get They had to sit around a table early in the morning or late last night What are we gonna do you know The net wit that we work for He's taken Two sides the same issue What do we do Playing Trump Oh yes Got it Plane trap That's why we attacked Trump Raindrop Go The cook coronavirus And who he directed it at The president has not been critical of travel restriction directed at It's to whom he directed it Go ahead Those in place ourselves We put them in place ourselves in the spring But no he does not believe he believes we should follow the advice of health and medical experts That's exactly what he did and putting in place these restrictions over the

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Orlov scores late, Caps beat Hurricanes for 9th win in 11

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Orlov scores late, Caps beat Hurricanes for 9th win in 11

"The capital's blew a two nothing lead before winning for the ninth time in eleven games for two at Carolina Dmitry Orlov provided a power play goal that snapped a two all deadlock with two fifty five remaining scandalous great moment for us to win the game you know and I kind of lost focus and I think we did a good job a lot of stress a lot of confidence in them you know converted on the power play was huge for us out so that you can also scored in Ilya Samsonov stopped thirty shots for Washington Ovitz can already has nineteen goals this season the caps of the first team to thirty three points this year bolstered by a seven two into road record the hurricanes were home following a four one in one road trip yes Terry cooking yet me and need Niederreiter scored in the third period for the hurricanes I'm the ferry

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Jen Psaki Tells Americans Joe Biden Doesn't Care About Your Expensive Thanksgiving

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

Jen Psaki Tells Americans Joe Biden Doesn't Care About Your Expensive Thanksgiving

"But she is right about one thing Prices have gone up Quite a bit 6.2% on average for a lot of things even more so especially the things on your Thanksgiving table And wages have only gone up less than 1% year over year So inflation's up 6.2% over the year your wages if you're lucky went up by less than 1% Oh if you're on social security though they make a big deal out of this People on social security got a cost of living increase of 5.7% We'll excuse me pal But if inflation is up 6.2% and the cost of living increase in social security was 5.7% I'm still losing money I'm still losing money And they don't care Oh no are they working really hard They really they do care They do care Oh really Here's Peter doocy asking Jen Psaki about the optics of Joe Biden going to Nantucket for Thanksgiving with one of the richest people in the country while families are struggling to get a stouffer's meal on their table What message doesn't say into the middle class Americans President Biden says that he's trying to help for struggling this week to cover the cost of the most expensive Thanksgiving ever that the president is going to take a few days off at a billionaire's compound in the untucking Well first I would say I don't know if you've cooked a Turkey before but a 20 pound Turkey is a pretty big Turkey I think we can all agree There are about $1 more Yeah it's only $1 What do you complaining about Go eat your Turkey and stop bitching at us okay Come on you ungrateful Americans People take issue with me saying they don't care Does that sound like somebody who cares Did that sound to you like somebody who deeply cares about the increase in inflation in the increase of costs It the most expensive Thanksgiving in American history A billionaire's compound in

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Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap

"Santa Claus is coming back to a mall near you after last year's absence because of code nineteen marry Christmas it might look a little different this year with Santa behind a plexiglas shield or wearing a facemask or Santa and the helpers are all vaccinated and we required that while in the shopping center people keep their masks on at the Hillsdale shopping center in San Mateo California marketing director Christine cook Jack says they're glad to have Santa back for the children Sonya black took her nieces well I haven't been getting back to normal you know kids is missing out on you know little little thing the number of jolly old elves available is down about fifteen percent in some areas leaving the remaining very busy for photos mall visits and whispered gift wishes I'm Jackie Quinn

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive

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Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

"The Vikings came away with a twenty seven twenty win over the Chargers as Kirk cousins threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tyler Conklin who like the wide open offense conditions if there's an office want to come out and be aggressive that's a big thing for us this week as you know being aggressive and not just being aggressive the staying aggressive I think we did a good job doing that today cousins completed twenty five of thirty seven for two hundred ninety four yards Dalvin cook rushed for ninety four yards in helping the foreign five bikes and a two game skid Justin Jefferson had nine receptions for one hundred forty three yards from Minnesota which had five players on the call the nineteen list Justin Herbert was twenty of thirty four for one hundred ninety five yards with a touchdown and an interception for the five and four Chargers who have dropped three of their last four I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bennett, No. 1 Georgia remain perfect, rout Tennessee 41-17

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bennett, No. 1 Georgia remain perfect, rout Tennessee 41-17

"Top rated C. F. P. number one Georgia trailed after one quarter before erupting for twenty seven straight points in a forty one seventeen thrashing of Tennessee the Bulldogs were down by seven for the first time all season but Stetson Bennett got them going with a nine yard scoring run and a twenty three yard TD pass to James Cook just before halftime cook also ran for a season high one hundred four yards and two touchdowns Georgia took over by limiting the vols to just nine total yards in the second quarter the Bulldogs set a season high for most points allowed but still improved to ten or no I'm Dave very

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"cook" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"cook" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"The instruction here, discussions of truth, clay Clark's reawakening tour in San Antonio. I have with me reverend Bill cook. Bill cook, Bill or William cook? Or William? Whichever you prefer. William at make an introduction here for yourself, who are you? What do you do? I am the founder of the black row regimen of Virginia. But I'm also right now I'm leading an organization called America's black pro Brett regiment, which is an umbrella term for the formation of companies with pastors in every.

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Brian Kilmeade Explains Why He Wrote 'The President and The Freedom Fighter'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Kilmeade Explains Why He Wrote 'The President and The Freedom Fighter'

"Well number one it's a relief to do a book like you and I have friends and you would have me on if I had something on the history of sewing We would have and that was really why I cared about it But that's to know And yet sad that the issues that I'm talking about in the 18 50s 1860s is still exist today Not to the degree it is but we're still talking about racial unrest We're talking about an equity We're talking about reparations We're talking about how to handle it how to equal the playing field without making it unlevel for either side and how much anger we should have And then we watch conduits to rise go to the view And at the same excuse me I keep in the segregated south I don't want to make white children feel bad or something they had nothing to do with I don't want black kids to feel like they're victims And please don't let you survive on segregation because you can go to a movie theater or sit in the front of a bus and she wants to play and be killed because they were black but she led this country as Secretary of State national security adviser sovietologist in this country in 8 to two presidents You can accomplish anything even if the playing field is an equal And even if there is something unjust and nobody personified that better than Frederick Douglass Dan whenever we're going through we weren't out going into savoring We did that We know our parents We know of birthday Even if our parents are bad what about having none What about not even knowing who your siblings were What about not having close into your 7 8 years old What about is it by the time you escape and find a way to get free and by hook and cook to learn to read and write within 7 years of getting your freedom right to your biography and becoming an international bestseller and soon a lecturer whose statue sit in Scotland Ireland Germany and England today So dude I'm not saying we can all be Frederick Douglas but please don't tell me your circumstances so bad Life isn't fair I will never achieve I will never offer also soft pedal We the original sin of America No one will And I don't want to I bring quotes not opinion

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Anaheim Ducks general manager resigns, enters alcohol abuse program

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Anaheim Ducks general manager resigns, enters alcohol abuse program

"Anthony Edwards for their sixth straight win another NHL teams had to replace its long time general manager because of off ice issues Bob Murray resigned as GM of the Anaheim ducks after thirteen years in that role and one day after he was placed on administrative leave amid an investigation into his workplace conduct Marie plans to enter a treatment program for alcohol abuse Jeff Solomon will be the interim GM in the NFL Carolina Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold will miss at least four weeks with a right shoulder injury P. J. Walker will start in this place Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin cook will practice and play with the team while the NFL investigates a civil lawsuit filed against them by a former girlfriend I'm

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Dr. Ben Carson Shares His Thoughts on COVID-19 Vaccines

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Ben Carson Shares His Thoughts on COVID-19 Vaccines

"Doctor Ben Carson, welcome to the program. Thank you, always good to be with you. We can't do like a fun cooking segment with you where like we do a little brain surgery and you show us the latest techniques. So we're gonna have to talk about more we're going to talk about less serious things than brain surgery. I want to talk to you about first of all, you've got a number of projects going on that I'm excited about. You've got the American cornerstone institute. But literally yesterday, you talked a little bit, I think it was yesterday about the vaccine and the risks from some of these vaccines that were theoretically not allowed to talk about, which I find really outrageous. And I said, since we're having you on the program, maybe you could talk a little bit about your thoughts on what these vaccines can do in our blood to our hearts. I'm just hearing all kinds of disturbing reports. Well, first of all, recognize that getting a vaccine as quickly as we got it was quite a miraculous thing. It required a lot of people working together and it probably saved a lot of lives. Having said that, there's a lot of talk about whether or not we should be following the science. And we absolutely should be looking at benefits versus risk and recognizing that in America, we have the best medical care system that exists anywhere in the world. And we have highly trained very skilled physicians and practitioners. And why in that case does it make any sense at all for the government to be mandating anything that has to do with health? What we should be doing is encouraging people to go to their healthcare provider who knows what their individual situation is. One size fits all does not work in medicine. I can tell you from working for decades and medicine. It just doesn't

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Terry McAuliffe Is Campaigning in Virginia by 'Othering' Constituents

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

Terry McAuliffe Is Campaigning in Virginia by 'Othering' Constituents

"We were in Charlottesville yesterday near the end of the program I'll tell you why But while we were there mining our own business Stacey Abrams Was campaigning for Terry mcauliffe Dave Matthews that clown whose from that area he was there I guess so they could actually attract people And as we were driving through there we saw your typical lily white left wing cooks walking as quickly as they could to wherever this site was So as you know Charlottesville is a university town University of Virginia So it becomes quite clear to me that the base for Tim McCollum is to turn out as many blacks as possible because they're breaking internal revenue code tax laws the Democrat party is and apparently the pastors too In something I've never seen to this extent that's certainly clear And the elitist wealthy white professors other academics university students and so forth The suburbs the middle class whatever the race not so much He's expecting that as McCullough that the suburban women will vote Democrat Because he supports abortion on demand and paid for by everybody That's how they view women So what they do is they sit down around a table and they say okay This is how we approach blacks This is how we approach Hispanics although they haven't really done much outreach to a Hispanics based on the advertising This is how we approach the white liberals And this is how we approach the white millennials

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Students in China Are 'Crushing It' Academically

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:38 min | Last month

Students in China Are 'Crushing It' Academically

"We had some wonderful supporters of the show, callers listeners who gave a very large donation to one of our charities last year. So we invited them here to have lunch with me. They came into the studio last week. And I didn't know anything about them upset their great supporters. They just returned from four years in China, where they were running an international school day. It's a bit like, you know, the Soviet Army, an international school has to have a Chinese headmaster and a western headmaster. This lady was the western principle and her husband was one of the teachers. And she told me this story her students were just absolutely to use the vernacular crushing it academically. And they were traveling to Oxford in Cambridge, being given scholarships going to the best schools, all of them getting the best grades in the stem subjects. None of them started the humanities. It was all biology, mathematics, engineering, and so forth. And they just dominating the global academic environment. Isn't that indicative? It's not Parton parcel of this worldview that the current regime has and how the people beneath the regime are gobbling up global assets. 11 million Chinese kids take the college entrance exam each year. That's a gaucho. 50% of them are going to get university places. In other words, the Chinese government sets the threshold for failure at 50% because they know that's going to give the maximum motivation to their kids. And they work their hearts out for years, only half of them will pass. That is a brutal and ruthless meritocracy. The devil takes the hindmost. Here, we can't tolerate failure. Every kid's got to be above average. Everyone's equaled some are more equal than others, and we people who have a political lobby behind their particular ethnicity or sexual orientation. And whereas the Chinese tend to major as you said, in the stem subjects, take the toughest stuff, only 7% of our kids take engineering. We graduate 40,000 mechanical engineers a year. That's why Tim Cook says he can't build an iPhone in the United States. So the Chinese think the world is going to be there. They're on all of what the United States used to be. And they want to be the United States of 1890 crushing Britain and eating Britain's

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A Penny For Your Thoughts c/o Beautiful Girls and All We Have Gone Through

05:27 min | Last month

The Wrong Person - burst 1

"The wrong person so many good women have dealt with the wrong man and so many good men have dealt with the wrong woman that by the time you to finally meet your both afraid of each other. Some may say this poetic justice that you finally have come together or is it just the fact. You're tired of being lonely and needing to join the friendly conversation from other social media must give them credit though beholding out this long or even the fact of disrupting your relationship. Because they think she or he may know what's best for you or side that you aren't even the one she wanted. It was a quick fix or even that. Hey man holiday for quick. I got somebody on. Who kip with. I laugh on this occurs because you mentioned the fact of high person just totally changes intends to give one's perspective when the perspective they have is not quite correct. When you have children things are supposed to be easy for person to come into your live in. Having him know about things that is just not his business or even a week or two in the whole please too. Many people nowadays are in the news or even in a worst predicament. Because they're trying to play house when they already have a house to play with this as to why they just come through holler or even talk only on the phone. It's time to prove what someone says. They are presenting themselves like on film. We were discussing this to other day. I was telling someone the way you see me is how i am. I don't present the notion. I'm going to get up in cook view. Even when you see me. I do those things that most people tend to say. They often do but don't and she said this is just the way to see if a person accepts you for being you and not pretending to be the person you are not most people look for that post that you have on facebook with a hair makeup done in the kitchen cooking all the time. Shoot ninja in the top ten. If he was doing all that it wouldn't be a wish. Granted how about you. I know everyone is looking for the right person who could be just under your nose down the street. First thing i would do is to see if mr right isn't to the left causing you to question who you are with telling someone. I love you before. The slobber on the corner of his mouth is dried the lies you tale telling false hopes and thoughts of just one day that will finally break down and just be with you not going to happen cabin the mentality of going around town chasing behind someone or friends seeing what you're doing or snapshots of pictures of who you're with. I even experienced people who are trying to get paid by people trying to keep them on the good side. Telling what you're doing on credit. Can you say psycho books all the promises. Someone else made on your behalf that you never had mentioned to them or even dare to agree to them so before you decide you want to share your information for person who might be in the wrong lane of traffic. Take the time to look around you and see what you have accomplished and make the right decisions but not going out of the way trying to impress someone who has had no intentions of being in a relationship lasting with you at all. I just call them. Intermissions and get something at the concession stands during the movie. Don't realize real tall when it is presented to you then you need to call acme and ask for the refund you need to see because you have a family to worry about and not going to waste time with someone baggage that still exists. Trust me you're gonna be all right.

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The Wrong Person  - burst 1

A Penny For Your Thoughts c/o Beautiful Girls and All We Have Gone Through

05:27 min | Last month

The Wrong Person - burst 1

"The wrong person so many good women have dealt with the wrong man and so many good men have dealt with the wrong woman that by the time you to finally meet your both afraid of each other. Some may say this poetic justice that you finally have come together or is it just the fact. You're tired of being lonely and needing to join the friendly conversation from other social media must give them credit though beholding out this long or even the fact of disrupting your relationship. Because they think she or he may know what's best for you or side that you aren't even the one she wanted. It was a quick fix or even that. Hey man holiday for quick. I got somebody on. Who kip with. I laugh on this occurs because you mentioned the fact of high person just totally changes intends to give one's perspective when the perspective they have is not quite correct. When you have children things are supposed to be easy for person to come into your live in. Having him know about things that is just not his business or even a week or two in the whole please too. Many people nowadays are in the news or even in a worst predicament. Because they're trying to play house when they already have a house to play with this as to why they just come through holler or even talk only on the phone. It's time to prove what someone says. They are presenting themselves like on film. We were discussing this to other day. I was telling someone the way you see me is how i am. I don't present the notion. I'm going to get up in cook view. Even when you see me. I do those things that most people tend to say. They often do but don't and she said this is just the way to see if a person accepts you for being you and not pretending to be the person you are not most people look for that post that you have on facebook with a hair makeup done in the kitchen cooking all the time. Shoot ninja in the top ten. If he was doing all that it wouldn't be a wish. Granted how about you. I know everyone is looking for the right person who could be just under your nose down the street. First thing i would do is to see if mr right isn't to the left causing you to question who you are with telling someone. I love you before. The slobber on the corner of his mouth is dried the lies you tale telling false hopes and thoughts of just one day that will finally break down and just be with you not going to happen cabin the mentality of going around town chasing behind someone or friends seeing what you're doing or snapshots of pictures of who you're with. I even experienced people who are trying to get paid by people trying to keep them on the good side. Telling what you're doing on credit. Can you say psycho books all the promises. Someone else made on your behalf that you never had mentioned to them or even dare to agree to them so before you decide you want to share your information for person who might be in the wrong lane of traffic. Take the time to look around you and see what you have accomplished and make the right decisions but not going out of the way trying to impress someone who has had no intentions of being in a relationship lasting with you at all. I just call them. Intermissions and get something at the concession stands during the movie. Don't realize real tall when it is presented to you then you need to call acme and ask for the refund you need to see because you have a family to worry about and not going to waste time with someone baggage that still exists. Trust me you're gonna be all right.

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Don't Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Admire Tucker Carlson

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Don't Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Admire Tucker Carlson

"Trust anybody who doesn't admire tucker carlson just flat out if you have if you have somebody in your life who is critical or skeptical of that guy who holds the eight. Pm eastern seven pm central time slot on fox news. Don't trust them. This guy continues to be astoundingly brave and incredibly informative last night for example. A couple of stories that that caught my attention. Did you know that a shooting that was caught on video in chicago a gang shooting in cook county the cook county state's attorney kim fox that doozy you've got a shootout with. Apparently somebody killed all caught on camera and that goofy. Kim fox won't charge anybody because they were quote mutual combatants. So the mayor. Who's no better than she is lori. Lightfoot that's another piece of work she's calling out the state's attorney. Kim fox saying you gotta explain that you got a camera right there. The capture the whole thing police officers on the scene in uniform squad car. The bad guys are out there. Shooting each other and the prosecutor doesn't want to prosecute him mutual combatants. Well that sounds like maybe. Kim fox doesn't think black lives matter just say and that was all explained and shown on tucker show last night he showed the video of the shootout one person killed five taken into custody and later released because that's how the dams role

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Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary

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"cook" Discussed on The Art of Vitality by Rob Bee

The Art of Vitality by Rob Bee

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"cook" Discussed on The Art of Vitality by Rob Bee

"The one only k. Cook kate how this morning speaking from speaking from sunny chichester which is on the south coast of above the white near portsmouth and twin portsmouth and brighton. But my office is in london. But we haven't been for inaugurating snow so speaking of like and looking great today and we're so pleased that here. I'm so pleased to be in. I'll tell our audience a little bit about you. Kate that today's episode is going to be called the business of wellness. And you'll see why in a moment. Kate is an author. She's written eight books positive. Nutrition the corporate wellness bible. Lots of really. Brilliant publications clients cates. Clients are a who's who of the business world have to say kate. I'll be asked. Jack wills network rail old names that you recognize fantastic. And she's done a brilliant tedtalk and she's had several tv appearances so were so fortunate to have you with us today. Kate and kate says she gives talks and workshops to business clients and powering. This staffed staff to adopt healthy lifestyles fresh creative. Impractical information is delivered in an interactive style that encourages involvement and engagement. That sounds absolutely brilliant. Kate so let's start the podcast. Let's start these questions as you probably know. It's four questions eight minutes. So if you're talking too much i'll i'll say a quick. I'll ask you lots of questions but we'll see how close to the eight minutes. We can finish so your time. Kate cook starts now. What in your experience. Kate is the biggest problem that people face as they age with regard to staying healthy well positive. Well it's interesting because there's nothing to do with nutrition really. I think it released thoughts with mindsets. I think that's an absolutely huge one people wanting to sort of put on their slippers. And just curl up and just go. You know what is games over. I think it's a really really big one. I mean i was reading your story robe. You know fifty chance sort of changing everything and coming. You know getting interested in health so it's never too late. I just think sometimes people feel that they get those nickels and they think it's too late so mindset is the biggest one mindset. Yeah so people don't believe in themselves. They get caught up in this too old to do this now and i'm just think that the little nickel start to start. You know you get divided. No you can't move as fast you did or whatever and instead of thinking right well. Let's do something i need to do. Something about and believe he can do something about. He pulled just to sort of sinking and also going to the doctors. And you know. I'm a fan of obviously doctors weather needed but you know getting medications whether or not needed and going to that in the so much. The medicine chest of nature basically in the medicine chest a possibility is much much bigger than just tinkling down to the doctors and and letting disempower you so to be empowered with our health and we can do it you know but definitely mindset. I couldn't agree more with that. So so yeah. We could have some great conversation. We could go on for hours about this but we'll keep it to the point. I feel like i'm a question number. Two okay so it's about mindset. He's saying what are the common mistakes misconceptions that people have about solving that mindset. So they want to change the mindset. What trump's to.

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"cook" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"cook" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And i just thought we're living in a strange culture because if you're looking for a different point of view you you basically can't get it and again that's why i wanna talk to you and others about this on this program because there's almost no place to go Can i keep you longer. I don't know if you have to go otherwise we'll do it enough time okay. Well so let's. I want to talk about your book because we had you on a while ago. Book is at change of affection. What do you is that just the story of your life. Yeah a memoir. But it's the first part it's in two parts. The first part is a memoir and the second is. It's like your fish out of water which i loved. I had you on my show. But i the first part is the memoir. The second part. Are kind of almost many sermons or teachings on this issue that that i take biblical passages. That are unexpected. Use them to illustrate kind of the blind spots as as as christians. We don't we don't understand how powerful the culture is. And how were just constantly influencing us. And i mean i'm seeing people from the i mean in the church just falling away by in droves because of the issue lgbt q. Issue people are falling away. They're buying the lie that satan is happily propagating that homosexuality is to be celebrated in good and righteous and holy and so the second part of the book has just kind of different stories and teachings on kind of like the blind spots that we as believers don't see about this issue and so i bring a lot of theology intuitive and yeah well we i didn't realize we do have to We've got a meeting coming up in a few minutes so we need to get you on next week or the following week just to reprise our conversation on your book Folks i hope you'll get a copy Beckett cook has written a change of affection. A gay man's incredible story of redemption You also are host of the beckett. Cook show where can people find that on youtube. Wealth on then your show canceled from our speed rump. Right i hate you. I hate you so okay. The becca cook show on youtube We are out of time. Get a copy of a change of affection by becca. Cook beckett cook. Let's just continue this conversation in the next week or two. It's too important not to Thank you.

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"cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"What about if we expanded from you and employees here to the users your products. Because i think we all know one of the great challenges of our time is finding ways escape to step away from it all a lot of that has to do because if you have an iphone with you it's like the whole world is in your hand it's all it is and it's it's a portal to the world and so you can be just about anywhere in the world comes and grabs you or you are drawn by this force to engage with. Its so as you know. The ceo of teke mini. Which people depend on your products for doing that. We're on do you feel a responsibility to those users. Just like you do to your employees to help them learn. How and when to disconnect very much. So we've we think very deeply about all the things that we create about how they're going to be used how they're going to be used in scale the great ways they'll be used the not so great ways that they can be used and so an example of that would be springtime right. We we we do not want people using our products too much. We want to to create them in such a why people get the most adam in short periods of time to free themselves up to do whatever it is that they want to do and and so screen time was away of making us aware of how much time we're spending in our technology and i think in including for me personally it was my my estimates versus the reality. Were very different and have any numbers. You remember <hes>. They were high they were was but what i did <hes>. The action i took was i started asking myself. Why do i need all these notifications. Why do i really need this <hes>. Do i really need to understand things in the moment that they're happening. And you know. And i started taking a metex out to seventies of these things that would grab my attention but need to in the in the moment such a free me up to do other things and and so yeah. I learned like i think like probably most people under estimate. How much are you sure it. And we we've never designed our products to to dominate people's lives. That's never been our purposes and it's not our business our business is to give people tools that enrich their lives and allow them to create something that they couldn't create or do something or or or you know sorta transform themselves some sort of why <hes>. We've never been into this <hes>. How how long is somebody spending on our property and less. Try to figure out a way to make that as high as possible. And how many clicks can we get we. We're not into that business model right but it is. The thing is the tool is so impressive in the design is so learning. and so. that's one part of it you know. We're naturally sort of people pick it up. It's this you know we see people have find that moment aboard. And then what people do they lean into a device and so that challenge of helping your users have that healthy relationship. I would suggest that we are still figuring that out. And not. I think just to. Maybe there's more to do and you know another example of things that we do. We give parental control so for those people that are are helping address their kids. It's a proactive way for them. To have not only conversation but also to put some rules of the road and and so we have thought deeply about each of these and we continue to do it. We're not saying we've arrived. We've got all the answers today. <hes> we innovate. They're just like we. Innovate with the latest camera system and the latest. Watch

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"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"What one Fourth Cup of any sort of egg replace arena One cup of sugar you're going to want one fourth teaspoon themselves, which is optional. By the way they're also GonNa want one and a half cups hot water one Third Cup lemon juice and tablespoons Lemon Ryan in one nine inch high show. What you're going to want to do is a double boiler combined. AAC replacer the sugar and salt store with a rubber spatula until thoroughly blended add water lemon juice in the Lemon Ryan continues until it's really smooth in should be really sick too. So when drops from the SPATULA, the pie-throwing should kinda mound a little bit. You can kind of see it Kinda gets thicker and thicker as you cook it. Once you've got that consistency, you'll kind of know when and. So you're gonNA removed from the heat and kind of sturt for five minutes till cools you're GONNA put it into the shell and let it cool. Really thoroughly refrigerators for like two hours and that should be good. We can put some whipped cream on it and fruit is really good with it and you have almost a lemon tarp fueling with a little bit of whipped cream manda all that I've made it myself. It's really nice hopefully some of you can enjoy that. Roughly. Coconut friendships whip up to eggs in a bowl at a sprinkler to of cinnamon and ripped together it read into Eggington. Milk coconut oil into your. Cook both sides. Saturday morning. At a sweet. With Sausage noack. Rebecca Reagan. French toast. The stack up so The steamy ozone amy. Towns calming. The. Lives. For. So tasty I'll be leaving mom tips so. Milk and eggs, and you beat it real smooth with cinnamon and vanilla in a bright yellow. Then, you swimming in the milk eggs and spice melt some butter in a skillet till it's bubbling nice. The. Bread in the Pan. For a minute to flip it over and you'll see it's GonNa Brown, for you. The whole minute and it's great for the plate with some strawberries or bananas man it tastes so great. Some honey powdered sugar or some syrup on lessons. Make it so much good. Milken Sauza Dan you gotTA. On An. TECHNICOLOR serey Hildegard juicy. From Moscow way. Ranch does. This up. Esteem. Out Coming. Album. Fresh. Styles. From, CD called songs from the Tree House that was Mr Saxophone with French toast you're listening to the children's hour and cooking with kids is what we're talking about today. Daniel, on our crews submitted this recipe, it's a no bake cookie recipe. Here's the ingredients two cups of white sugar one half teaspoons salt one half cup of butter one, half a cup of milk one half a cup of peanut butter three cups of rolled oats one teaspoon vanilla extract one half cup of powdered chocolate drink mix. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine the sugar salt butter and milk, and bring to a boil for a full minute removed from the heat and stirring the peanut butter oats, Vanilla and chocolate drink mix. Dropped by spoonfuls onto wax paper and let it stand until completely. Cool. That's it..

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"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Children's our dot Org and I, my recipe is ants on a log, and so I'm going to give my recipe really quick. We're going to jump into some music and we're GONNA come back with Sarah Robbins from Kids Cook, we're also going to hear from the kids in the extinction diaries and all this is coming up on the children's hour. So here's Mike easiest snack in the world. You take a piece of celery and you wash it really really well, and you cut off the bat ends then you chop it into littler pieces and dry the pieces really well. Then you take some peanut butter and smattering on the groove of the salary, and then you put on top I have reasons and you can use. You could have fire ants on a log and use cranberries. You can have currents on a log and use teeny weeny little lance and actually put answer Larry you want and you could put an answer to on there if you want, it's always delicious to eat an answer to. Especially when they're reasons, today were also going to hear from the kids in the extinction diaries about hummingbirds stick with us. This is the children's our kids cook is coming right up but first this casper baby pants. Banana. Bread. We can be banana bread we're not pretty. But we're not day. Again be banana bread. You brought us home from the growth. Serene. We look so snappy. Asama countertop over there we were so happy. Then you forgot about US lunch after lunch. Now we are of fruit fly covered, Brown and bummed out. Bunch. Bud Nan. Bread Banana. We tend the banana bread we're not. Pretty but. We can be an branch. Be. Once upon a time. We were so yellow, cheery Brian and smiling a bunch of happy fellow. Then we got forgotten now it's almost too late. You can still make into something tasty to put on your plate Nan Bread Banana. We can be banana, bread we're not pretty but. We can be. Bread. Can Be. Taken away. Ah. Me and boys have been together for. So long we grew up on a banana tree and learned to sing this song all the young bananas learned in case they get forgotten. So people don't throw them out just because they look a little bit rotten. Bread Banana. Bread we can be banana. Bread. Pretty we're not. Weekend made banana. Bread weekend. Be Banana bread. Be Banana bread. We can be banana bread from a CD called we go. That's Casper baby pants with banana bread. You're listening to the children's hour and with us on the show today is Sarah Robbins, she's the. Director of Kids Cook it's an organization that goes into schools and teaches kids how to cook welcome to the Children's Hour Sarah. Thank you guys for having me. Lovely to see everybody's face to and were on zoom right now recording this, and so that's how she's seeing as you can see us to and follow along with our recipe that we're going to cook today by going to any of our social media feeds at. T. C. H. Radio on Instagram facebook and twitter, or you can just go to our website children's our dot Org and you'll find the link to this show episode cooking with kids and there we have the posted for you. I. Hope Everybody here on the crew has ingredients. Some of US do hey Camilla they have all the ingredients right here. I did a little bit of a head start a prep some ingredients. Perfect. That's. Sorted, I cut up radishes in the apples and the sounds like several of you guys really liked to cook already, right? Yeah. So, today we're actually making the kill salad with apples in cranberries in pizzas who knows at the pizzas are. Pizzas are They are sunflowers. Close they look a lot like a sunflower seed, but they actually come from another vegetable. Concedes PUMPKIN seeds. Half your plate should be fruits and vegetables at every time you sit down for a meal. So breakfast or lunch or dinner, and so what we really like to do in kids coke is give you guys new opportunities to try new fruits vegetables, and if maybe you eat kale in a certain way all the time maybe this is a new way that you can actually Cook Kale at home or one of these other fruits or vegetables to we're GONNA start with our Kale who eats Kale. Who Likes Kale. We are a big fan of Kale here in our house. We Love Kale for shore. We're vegans Kale is our religion. You're either love her or hater of Kale actually like it. I'm pretty sure today was my first time eating Kale I like it I love count. It's my favorite thing. Kale is your favorite thing. Has Anybody. Not Ever tried Kale before I haven't tried cable for in my life. A trade every other lettuce there is out there just not Kale haven't tried that. Can we describe what it looks like H Psalm? A start like as a stand that you have to pull the stem off. It's like you know drying Crespi but I don't know how to drive Chow I. Don't have it here kill it's it's green and it has this big dam in the middle of it on a little bit freely on the ends as well. Yeah. Hardly like my hair's exactly it's kinda curly on the edges right if you have some Kale, what does it smell like? Water. Yeah. It doesn't really smell like anything that much kills. earthy kind of smell it. It smells like a earthier version of. In kind of smell after that with all that grass and kind of that stuff, you know especially, she cut it open. So you guys were exactly right about the Kale and Kale does have this big stimulus. This is actually kill for my garden that I picked the other day. If you bought it at the grocery store, you can either get little pieces of killing this baby Kale or you can get really big pieces Kale more like what my has. That has the really big stem. That stem, it doesn't taste good in. It's really are the two. So you've gotta take that off and the best way to do that, and this is something that anybody can do so. Because it's easy to do right. It doesn't even take a a knife or anything. You can tear that right off by holding it from the bottom in pulling it all the way up. Now that's the other thing about Kale is bigger. It gets the more structure it has. So it's more like a Fan, right? So if you hold one of them up and it's you know from the garden and really fresh, it's going to be like this big fan right and that just means it has more fiber and so when you eat that fiber, sometimes it can be bitter but something you can actually do to Kale. If you're. GonNa eat it raw that makes that fiber breakdown is actually you WANNA massage it. So you just want to take it and just Kinda rub on it a little bit. It's just gonNA break some of that down. It actually takes away some of that bitterness and it also helps when you're chewing it. Just, not to be so choosy Ian, it just tastes a little bit better and you don't necessarily have to do with Baby Kale whenever you get that or if you have it in your garden and you pull it a younger. So smaller, you don't necessarily have to do that. It doesn't tend to to be as a bitter. Or as fibrous whenever it's younger. He's all my kill right here cut up into bite size pieces. Now, the next thing we have is an apple doesn't have to be a green apple like what if I only had a red apple if you had a red apple totally fine I like the green apple in this one because if you think about the other fruit that's in here, we have the dried cranberries and those are pretty sweet. And then if you add this green apple to it, then it gives the crunch which is opposite of the CRANBERRY, right? In its sour, which is offset of the cranberry. So it gives a good flavor. So when you're thinking of putting a salad together. And you're looking through your fridge or your cupboard. 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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"A kindergartener. Amazing, you cannot kill. Buried it in Tampa fires. You're frying pan that doesn't revenue anything that's stainless-steel anything red ceramic just. Have Plastic that is the key? Yes. He be that weird. nonstick teflon coating has. That's basically question. Yeah. But you're frying Pan, you stick it on your stove. You throw in a small amount. We're talking just enough to make the bottom of the pan showing of some sort of fat or oil. This can be tallow it can be lard from be better. It can be coconut oil it doesn't matter you just don't. Stink. Into this with Rosen. Can Be fresh it can. Be Powder it doesn't matter. And then you will grow your vegetables warm-up brought him out a little bit. Tasha in there if you're going to have to I tend to like to fry up like two strips of Bacon and mix it in because Bacon is an excellent. Flavoring agent. true facts, and then you take. Some eggs a eight inch frying pan will take three attention for. A twelve will take five or six, and if you've got this nice five gallon, Dutch can put a dozen eggs in there. If you're feeding a lot of people just to clarify something for people who've literally do not know anything about cooking when she's talking about inches on this pan pan is a circle. She saying you'd be took a tape measure and you measured from one side to the other how many inches across that is. Nuclear make sure talking about the same thing. Off before. With a four or a west new mix it around till the oaks broken and everything is mixed together throw in some bright spices mining straightforward seasonal Italian seasoning pretty much always poor this mixture over your veggies. If you want cheese throw in some cheese it can be chunks of cheese it can be shredded cheese I like to use lobster Kata because I think that blobs Kata are delicious. I put them in as many foods as I can. And when you take your plan and you put it in the oven, turn the oven onto three hundred, fifty degrees. And I set my.

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"Another great one you can do a whole chicken this way or you can do any piece of chicken you can get from. Wings but don't really recommend just because there's better ways cooking wings but you could you could do drumsticks you could do thighs you to do whatever could have bone in bone out does not matter literally in truly. I wouldn't do ground me. This is not a good rest is a whole cut of meat. A recipe. Under that. That is unless you're making some kind of meat wealth sauteed up on the stove. Yeah honestly. So. Take your coat of meat. But you're going to want to do is you're GonNa want to take a pan that is large enough for that entire cut of meat to fit in and the sides of it go above the cut of meat. So if it's a big pork shoulder, I will literally use a soup pot that make sure has no plastic. Or glass it's all metal. You can if it's smaller of meat, you can use your obviously a smaller Pam, but you want something. That the sides of it, reach above the sides of the cut of meat when it's inside of it. and that there's a little bit of room around not too much. So we want WanNa do is you? Get some oil. Literally you could use olive oil butter Lard, cut some fat off of the piece of meat and drop it in the Pan and render it out and he does not matter. Need a little bit of fat that roughly two tablespoons worth for big cut cutting meat down to maybe a teaspoon for a tiny academy. Michigan do is going to make that liquid that fat. So it's liquid is a little bit bubbly don't want to overly hot. In then. That is basically the point which I take by gotTa beat and I drove through flower, which just means literally Perflubron -able roll cut of meat around until all of its covered. But if lower and a few. Are Gluten sensitive, which is a real thing I know it gets blown up but there are people who really are gluten sensitive. The flowers purpose is it helps it brown a little bit more and also will help to thicken the juice a little bit if you for some reason, can't have flower you can use any gluten-free substitute or you can go without it does not matter it just makes better did. Yeah. It is absolutely. So. You're going to do is you're going to sit sit in that oil you're gonNA sit the meat that's now covered in flour. On there, you're just GonNa Brown each side, and this is a great thing. If you move it and it's not yet brown, you can just put it back till turns Brown. On the more you leave it alone. Let it said there the more Brown you're going to get. You don't want to burn, but you want it to be pretty Brown. Till every single inch of the outside of it is completely brown tower many times you have to turn it depending on the COP. Right, and then you put it, you put it in the pot, and then what you're going to add to the pot, you're gonNA..

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"When we are talking about skills deficits, we are specifically talking about skills deficits we are not talking about. Inequalities or major illnesses or things that very much get in the way of these same issues but for. Now if you're not cooking because you have a degenerative muscle disorder and you can no longer stand at the stowe than my race being the recipe is not GonNa fix that for you No. I definitely, not GonNa fix it. If you are someone who is like Ra about some beans. Now, what than this is for you? So going into it rice and beans van. So I up as one dimension to our listeners that all these recipes actual like follow directions. Recipes are GONNA be posted on her social media. So you can look these up at any time and We're not actually go through every single step. This is more of a general. We've AAC, how do you make it? How do you approach this? Sort of system. And By all means if you have a dietary restriction substitute, these are all very, very forgiving recipes if my rice and beans recipe can become Vegan by removing butter and adding. Some vegetable based fat I don't know what we can do with the for Totta, their eggs I don't think there are rigs yet i. don't I don't know that Africa I mean I think possibly could use like soft Tofu, but honestly, it wouldn't be a for Totta now. Together my or is. A. One of the first things to learn about real cooking as opposed to television show cooking is that it's probably fine. there are a couple of basic staple ingredients that every kitchen needs and I would say, and you can kind of jumped in here with the things that you think everybody salt and pepper. I would do a seasoned salt that you like. I would do Italian. seasonings you'd be amazed how many. Cuisines actually used those those four herbs. It's usually basil, Rosemary Oregano in time, and you can put that in just about anything. And, then I would say sugar cinnamon..

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"Has been hints that people are sort of realizing this because there's a huge preponderance in the last couple of years of like the. Blue Apron or something kangaroo is a bunch of I will send you a box of ingredients and you will put them together an elite food, which is Kinda home echina- box. Again. Is. A lot of people are not starting at. Lee Saw Pai they're starting at. This long in front of me now what? Can I touch it can I? Is a safe. And again, those are also services that are really reserved for people that are relatively wealthy. If you somehow didn't gain these skills and you have that kind of money, then that's that's not a resource for you. So. To kind of draw our selves back to dinner because man, we love it tangent. We were going to talk a little bit just about. Basic cooking for regular everyday people who just want to eat dinner. And we're going to keep this pretty close to the Colbert edition in terms of Hey, every recipe we're GONNA put out there is highly adaptable. EVERY RECIPE WE'RE GONNA throw out. There is something that is really hard to mess up I really cooking shows for all of their popularity have really made basic cooking harder on a lot of people because I could make beef Wellington in an hour to if somebody came in and pre-measured all of my ingredients in pre marinated meat and brought me my beautifully made puff pastry and then I got the magic one that comes out instantly when I put the one that I made on camera in the oven. Off. I totally want the magic dinner but nobody's GonNa come to my house and give it to me. So, there are some very basic staples that you need to make a kitchen.

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"Way. basically saying is the baker produces the bread not because you personally would like to have bread with dinner but because lots of us would like to personally have bread with their dinner on in the baker money for it and we're willing to give to make our money for it and the same thing with the butcher in the beer, etc. but what? Adam. Smith ever talks about next year. There's a brilliant book that just came out a few years ago. That covers this exactly is. Is. He talks about all this. But what he doesn't include as the final step, which is after you go to the brewer and you get your beer and after you go to the butcher, get your meeting after you go to the baker, your bread who brings it home and makes dinner out of it. While in Adam Smith's case it was his mother because he never married and he never. Had enough money to hire a cook. So, his mother cooked him or him his life going to think about it, it never had to think about it. It never occurred to him. He didn't even include at all in his story it's just invisible. He doesn't say you can't value it. He just didn't even think about it to evaluate and that's the sexism comes into play. Any fast forward. Two hundred and fifty years and we get to when we're establishing a concept, you may have heard of called GDP, if you've ever watched CNBC or listen to politicians speak, you've probably heard the phrase GDP. GDP Gross Domestic Product. What that means it's the some. Of everything that was bought and sold. In our entire economy in a specific period of time. So every transaction that takes place with what does that mean that means that it does not matter it does not measure anything. That doesn't have a monetary value, but there's no transaction that takes place no transfer funds. which eliminate any kind of barter. Wear now. Okay. I. Will Make you this blanket and you'll watch my kids for the afternoon kind of things, but it also gets rid of any sort of in home domestic labour unless you're paying a major Anani..

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"But it's called the Carl D Perkins Vocational and technical. Education. act. Signed in Nineteen eighty-four. Yeah exactly. The same active establishes the Perkins Loan which allows people take out federal student loans for technical education programs, which is actually really amazing an awesome like that. I'm not in any way dissing that this program. But it was super consequential and part of the reason is, is that it establishes all of the funding, all the federal funding. For Public and private high school education programs for technical education. And Is that most public schools because these classes are not requirements to graduate? there's no real funding for them from the states. So they only have their local funds than this bucket of federal funds that's available but to get that money what this law did it changed the rules about it? and. Now, those programs have to establish that they lead to trading two jobs. It must be jobs by the way not just life skills but jobs in fields. that. are both of these things they have to be both in high demand and high paying? Off So it was the if it's not something, we can turn into high income. It's clearly not valuable. So what does this do? It means childcare classes are out because childcare's in high demand, not high paying. It means any any that's meant to help you in your personal life is out because it doesn't lead to a job directly. It even shop class eventually came under fire because these salaries for carpenters went down especially in the early nineties when that recession that happened around ninety, one, ninety, two really pushed a lot of. More highly educated immigrants into the construction industry was really brought a lot of the wages down and so what you've seen is just more and more of these classes disappearing. It's not actually a judgment on the part of schools people think it has to do with Oh. We don't have time Blah Blah, Blah standardized tests. It's actually all about economics. It's because our government says economically, these are not valuable and we're not paying for them. Fat? That second pretty par for the course actually. It's actually tied to a lot of things that if you look at it, we have stopped wearing the skills that are not necessarily easily monetize..

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"Working class that sometimes became impoverished because Yay reaganomics in the nineteen eighties in factory workers not being able to find jobs for months on end. So yes. It's important. We in fact had government cheese in my household but the thing is is my mom could take over. The world's best food. You have to. Grow up eating government cheese. There is a special place in your heart for it. It makes the best. On rennet. And I heard Lake Melts Sto perfectly. But. It doesn't get that. We're plastic like the media I. Don't know I love that stuff my grandparents did a lot of might childcare while I can't single parent household. And they were fixed Herman Yeah, I grew up eating government cheese and powdered milk in the Ryan like. Top peanut butter and those were the foods of my childhood. That, there's a very small subset of our population at our age that knows what King Vitamin Cereal is. That's not actually what I'm familiar with but I am super familiar with I had the parents who they didn't want me to feel bad in front of my friends. So they used to buy the bag zero that came in like the plastic bag but then they would put it in the Kellogg's boxes in the cabinet and I literally didn't know that frosted flakes didn't taste like crap till I was like in my early twenties a bottom box myself. So true story, my grandmother's. By you know, Army I was be the generation of you had to have guess Jean, Burke Jordache Jeans, and my family couldn't afford either of those labels but we were at a goodwill or. Thrift shop and found a pair of guess cheat and they were destroyed. They weren't wearable and there were also like nowhere near my size but my grandmother's road. So she mode that little guests triangle on the pocket of every pair of cheap kmart or Walmart on for five or six years. That's amazing. Ring at work. Nobody questioned it. So getting into this talking about like I actually did a little bit of research because I may self was like when you told me the story, it was like you know, how is it that somebody who is clearly well educated? Clearly comes from. A good family. Exactly, how is it that they could end up just not having how to cook because we have Homa class because when I was a kid at least. In junior high, we all had to take this class OLMEC. and economics full name and we were taught I mean not great cooking skills but like how to chop things that cutting yourself how to. Boil water make pasta make a couple of very simple recipes. and so I was like, Hey, like how that happen that you could literally not know how to make pasta with sauce or something they don't happen that crosses on a lot of schools anymore Gotten rid of her Mac they've gotten rid of industrial arts gotten rid of all of those how do I care for myself and my own personal things type classes? And you know there's actually an economic reason. Why if not really yeah, there really is. So here's thing it goes back to my personal quote. Favorite. President Ronald Reagan. You know I ask Guy Ever. Alligators values the reason my parents were unemployed for the vast majority of my childhood. but also know he's actually personally responsible for this so. He actually signed a bill into law. It was not like super important. There was no big signing ceremony nobody really talked about it's super much anything else..

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"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

The Resilient Adult Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"cook" Discussed on The Resilient Adult Podcast

"So we are recording Rachel. Ray I always love it when the tech works because I'm always a little bit surprised. Yeah me too. Let's be honest anytime I'm involved at a computer actually fully functions. It's kind of life changing event. That's yeah. Folks obviously were we are live recording and welcome to you. They're resilient adult podcast Place where right now we're making it up as we go along This is our season zero or unanticipated season zero welcome Tuti covid nineteen quarantine edition of our podcast. And today we are GonNa talk about a very simple question that. Basically, a lot of people don't know how to cook and they don't know how to cook because no one ever taught them how to cook. And today's episode is all about why did we not learn how to cook? And how you? Speed ourselves when you know it's really. A crime period where it's it's becoming really obvious for a lot of people that their life revolved around a quick fast food bite or ordering salads from fresh e or whatever, and now they can't. And suddenly. Life. Is Batman a lot harder than it really should. I was telling record before. When I did my you know weekly. Rave the disease so that we can have groceries run. The wash restores here in the Chicago land area can be a little pick Dover, particularly the premade packaged. and. That started about talking about this topic was a woman that I saw and please understand that I am in no way trying to make fun of this woman. She was clearly more put together than I was she was dressed well, she was wearing nice on brand expensive clothing and she was also having a small private emotional meltdown and the the frozen foods I'll be. There were no frozen vegetarian dinners very few choices for frozen vegetables and no Veggie burgers and a fit of what was. Truly. Visceral. Ages deep-seated frustration she.

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"cook" Discussed on Cook the Shrimp

Cook the Shrimp

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"cook" Discussed on Cook the Shrimp

"So like just like five years ago or whatever years ago <hes> filming your friends on the camera was weird. All of a sudden you're having dinner. Somebody pulls up a camera and started filming you that was Super Weird as where fuck original take off for camera eating right. Now it's normal. Everybody's all putting instagram hi. Are you doing stories high cheer up for you to up for you. It was weird now. It's like actually normal right now a habit yeah right now that the. The fact that I pulled up my <hes> <hes> microphone and a recording this conversation is weird. You're shy you're hesitant what the fuck is doing. I mean at the beginning like that because you're not used to it my vision is that in a couple of years this'll be normal whenever you have like a interesting conversation. You'll pull up this APP called. Tell me and you still recording and posting it just like again like let's see it's taken hypothetic when you take yeah. I mean these <hes> WANNA share what they're doing. They WANNA keep people like their friends on a cost basis. Try to hold the. Make these stories photos and stuff I he has the mission mission may has value it has a function function but what the function of North Autumn what's <music> creating a sharing sharing meaningful conversations or interesting or humorous conversations. Go sharing what you're talking about with the oral not make not being selfish and only talking to one person talk to everybody the selfish when I share knowledge with you that so selfish and I'm only sharing it with you. I want everybody to hear ship right. See Really I and it's really <hes> also in other values that we're spending so much screen time right now you know. Um and I don't think it's just as bad. It's just that's not the main mall stores yeah that's probably would not storage is not known not sorted. I'm saying your your time. You're wasting your time on instagram watching content while you could be doing things and still keep listening you know and people vitual Dubois visual. I'm not saying it's going to compete with instagram is still going to be there but just coming to the the new new untaken and our this market is not taking it. I'm not doubting your is long. I like to find some kind of being held yeah. That's what thank you know seriously. That's that's what I want people to question. Does you no no no I'm trying to. I liked that people questioned his. Right I don't want people to agree because I wanNA find this house too good to be true exactly South Sudan to try to find reasons why who will pale true yeah that's true. That's destructive way yeah. That's how you should try to find every way it will fail fail because if I fail I don't I WANNA know ahead of time. You know I don't WanNa burn out and I like the fact that none of fact but the scene said <hes> asked to describe the function call through the fighting in a sentence one sentence if you're too complicated than you understand yourself can't put your product idea one-sentence then you don't understand yourself yet this class and we had to pitch an idea of. The business right but of course we didn't have to really actualize getting ready to implement the ideas but it will bob why I can't remember from what I've learned from An said that like the function s to be described in just one sentence really yeah now has to be simple and there's another rule. If you can't explain your idea to five year old you'd WanNa send yourself because it's too complicated then you're not completely sure enough. Pot heroles should be able to understand it or at least you should be able to put one centers on else. You're you're like too much in your head and you can't really build this product.

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