20 Burst results for "Creme Brulee"

"creme brulee" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:33 min | Last month

"creme brulee" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Real podcast. The meantime show featuring lenny where she talks about football stuff every week and it's funny and great and it's probably handling it better so you can hang out with her download and subscribe to mean doug legno apple spotify. Were we get your podcasts. And i know if you're of this podcast. You gave your podcast everywhere. And you get it all up and down the eastern seaboard of podcasts. And thanks to you for doing that for listening even on a day when you know what sometimes you don't like your friends your friends you're like i don't i need a break from her. Not might be what you're feeling today about me. But dragged down with me christina to are all in ship together we are playing the violin as it sinks into the ocean may be sure to do that on how many different streaming services ashley as many as you can name okay. Great let's do. espn podcast. let's do a google play do stitcher. Let's apple podcasts. Podcasts spotify is there anything else for either. That's a lot of them. I didn't think you'd get stitcher that right out nicely done. That's that's a lot. She's asking view. But again you still love her or you can always just leave nice review wherever you're listening to this podcast. Which by the way we read. We love them like this. One from h cavazos sets fun to say. That says katie. Says she is the desert to other sports. Podcasts god in context. It's like what a terrible desserts cookie. I absolutely agree. It's more like jello. Than creme brulee makes me comfortable. That's what we need. Creme brulee can never be jello. It's true it's true. I am the boxed powder. Desert deserve america. I'm desert. My mom used to make my mom was like i may desert and it was just putting in a wine glass us. That's an american is podcasts. Google already whip on top. Give her some credit made banana pudding and we all pretended how much you loved it. 'cause mom baked and lastly a wait. Let me say this before he say. And lastly you guys been leaving us a lot more voicemails and they're all really good so keep that up. Because you're ya. Now that i've said it i feel like i probably jinxed it but you guys are doing a really good job and they're very fun to listen to and providing us with content to distract so thank you very much so if you wanna do that. Don't forget that you can always leave voicemail at eight six on that one except the spittle Eight six zero five or six five five seven one. Say goodbye ashley. i'm christina. thank you say goodbye. We'll see you soon. Bye love you mean..

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"creme brulee" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Cocktail bars, and lounge faces. A personalized whisky bottling station and four thousand. Kansas City is any four thousand foot. Square Foot Kansas City exhibit. There's even a custom engineered forty foot slide to ferry guests down from the second floor. To The monogram lounge on the forest floor. It's pretty cool I saw some pictures and it's like It's a destination kind of thing speaking which they were also just named by USA Today as one of the top tenuous traction new US tractions. So, if you have a reason to go to Kansas City this is it. Let's try it besides the barbecue. Hence the all that's why you thought. We were having Barbie. That's exactly why I thought because we were getting bodies because they were. They were top ten. Kansas City as. What's as your as your attorney? Hermit, told you not to say that? There's a reason there's a reason that. Human meet is called long pork. It smells just like barbecue did. So. He knows that. Harm. You're you're a little slow you're making me a little nervous but. Now. Too late to plead the fifth going to Kansas. City right. All, right. Well, our first whiskey today our first our first product from readers is the rigors Kansas City whiskey ninety-two proof forty, six percent Ab. It's anonymous statement whiskey goes retail's about thirty, five bucks the of straight Bourbon whiskey light corn whiskey can rye whisky. Kansas style. All aged at least four years. And to this plan, they add a trace amount of fifteen year old Alrosa Sherry, not exceeding two point five percent of the volume. This is a fairly common practice was a fairly common practice in the American whiskey industry in prohibition. As the first producer revitalize this early practice they have dubbed this d Kansas City style whiskey. Okay It's a burnished copper color, a little red glint. And add I was expecting more share notes, but it's not overpowering I think they did a good job with this bounced. Look. Candied fruit and not too much. Baking spices all their cinnamon, not making clove. It's not a sweet as expected. So I was pleasantly surprised on the palate. Chew that up Caramel. Creme Brulee. Not. Not. Unpleasant. Not not over sweet like I was expecting. So a very well balanced. You got the sweet spices. You got the CARAMEL and there's a little red fruit coming in there like berries. Finish is pretty long in candied I. I was pleasantly surprised because I was not expecting from the description something like this. Again, it's it's like Brent saying they you know it. It doesn't. It doesn't overpower now they did a really. Elevates the Whiskey I that when I saw when I, when I saw this and I read up on it and it's not a barrel finish, it's it's actually wine and and I'm thinking. Two things I'm thinking I don't know if that's going to work and I'm thinking fifteen euro or us oh, man just give it to me straight as no board and and they just poured in glass now drake it. But it's so it's so well done at It does not overpower the whiskey it doesn't make it clawing and sticky. Sweet. Definitely. Pick Up. You definitely pick up the sharing note, but it's again it's not an overpowering sharing. No, and there's and what really comes nutmeg. Not, MAG. That may quote. Baking. Spice. The caramel is a nice underway -ment either Nathan. If we can get this in Florida this adeptly being bar. Yeah, and it's just it's I mean lovely wake just great finish this old school old wild west style bottle to it. Even look at the bottle here. It's Kinda Retro Look Very West. Valley up to the saloon and ask for Whiskey, it's kind of old forester style except little more sleek. Yeah Yeah I mean, what do you think? Okay for me. This is what I would call dessert zipper. Oh. Yeah. I mean, you say that it's not overly sweet. It might not be overly sweet, but it's sweet. It was expecting like scrape your tongue. Way Too much but it's just right where. It's not something I wanNA have before dinner dinner my God on Ice Cream. Yeah. This is this is what I'm going to add shakes after I, ate the Kansas City steak or the Kansas City Barbecue and I wanNA sit back to go well with the can't see barbecue. Raises a finisher everyone. Barbecue. Thank you. Screaming. Yeah. This on ice cream or. Vanilla. Wish Ache. Oh my gosh. Yeah Yeah. This is lovely. What do you think more? Well I pretty much everything that's been said. Complex but I disagree with brand I don't find it overly sweet or dessert. He I find it very pleasant. Very Nice I. It has enough spice to carry through you mentioned Kansas City Barbecue. Barbecue. Yeah, saying finisher. Now, with this. All Day with I think it's beautifully made I. I was very pleasantly surprised. Back home if it's brown, drink it down. Absolutely lovely. I really I. Enjoyed this.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"I'm calling from Rochester New York. How can we help you today? Well. I have a torch that I make creme. Brulee with Oh propane torch. Right, and not a Warsi kitchen torch, but big one and I have no other use for it, and I'm like. What else can I do with this thing you know I. Think there's lots of things you can do it that. Don't you Chris well? If you use a broiler, but you have a small job to do, and you don't want to heat up royal for twenty minutes because my ex up. You could pull out that torch. Do a small job something. We don't want to go through half an hour. Heating of the future for Baked Alaska right there. Right Lemon Meringue Pie. You just want to touch up the top of the MERINGUES. Browning's some crumbs on the top of something just didn't get brown enough French onion soup anything you're GONNA melt or Brown in the oven or toast in broiler at the top. Yeah, but if you have a bunch of stuff, it's just easier to throw to sheep pan onto the broiler right right, so it's small. Use It like a portable broiler. Thank xactly perfectly. Well Yeah Yeah that's right. That's you know I look so tough when I use it. That's what I really enjoy I. Agree with you. It's fun. It's showy, do it it is it is. Personal Space! Especially in a large family when you're mad at the husband, yeah, you stay in your class. I once went to a dinner party. One of my husband to participate somewhat right. We brought Creme Brulee so I taught him how to relate the custard right tricky, though and it took a while because there is a technique and everything, so we get to this party. He whips out the torchy's starts to do it off. The ladies at the Party were like Oh Jim. You're so wonderful. Look at you with your torch and isn't that and I sat there with my hand on my head. Like are you kidding me I taught him everything he knows you now. Right very annoying I did that once my first time I did it i. let the sugar on fire. So as you said this technique technique, clearly, you're good teacher. You scold him well. Yeah, yeah, but he never gave me credit you know. Bad. Land Yeah. You GotTa give me. Well I've gotten a lot of good ideas. You called it a portable broiler perfect very. I think we need to start selling those Chris just call them portable broilers. Not Propane tanks done. Yeah, all right. Thanks for calling via the out. Thank.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Sitting here clicking my coffee mug against them like sorry about that going with a creme brulee man this is good I stirred some of my hippy dippy coconut oil in there I'm getting used to that they keep saying how good it is for me so there you go I'm in way too much creaminess that balances it out doesn't it yums looking out the studio windows at another gorgeous April landscape dies the leaves are coming out it's getting warmer the daffodils back home that I cannot I I can't kill these things I don't want to kill these things but I'm a wonderful killing plants these daffodils keep popping up year after year they're they're waiting for me love it praise the lord and today god is back by popular demand we are circling back yet again to subject matter we connected on earlier huge response from listeners coast to coast of all ages everything slashing the cost of continuing education in college but good now again I was amazed not only do people far more energetic than me want to know on behalf of their kids and our grandkids but for themselves as well to which I say get out there guys this is your reality this is your in business in a dress rehearsal guys this is life and if you have some sort of a new career ambition in this glorious amazing fantastic economy we are sitting in right now make it a reality I had a great quote this is what inspired me to do one more segment on slashing the cost of college one of my favorite human beings out there micro dirty jobs remember him he is just so down to earth I adore him when he talks I love to listen and she had such a great quote that tied in perfectly to last week's show and here's the thing the cost of college all right we talk about how much things have right you know the cost of this the cost of that the cost of college has increased faster in the last generation far faster exponentially faster than the cost of health care which we all concern ourselves with the cost of college has gone up even faster the cost of real estate oh my god real estate these days the cost of college has gone even faster food energy you could go on and on the cost of college has sky rocketed past it it's ridiculous not only is it ridiculous it's not a good use of your cash now you know that I'm a huge fan of spending money when it's warranted when it's going to come back at you you know five fold ten fold a hundred fold down.

"creme brulee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Gang says hi coughing in hands going with eight creme brulee with again way too much cream minute yums love it I have the new mugs we got the new mugs and Kristen ago paean show mugs they're kind of smaller than I usually do for mugs it's a regular sized mug which is also known as a small size mug in my opinion when it comes to coffee consumption but they're fabulous I love it it was such a great gift thanks to all the people who checked in on that looking out the studio windows at another gorgeous city scape it really is nice out there getting warmer thank god got up to seventy in Philadelphia I'm Lovin it high time spring time for god's sake deeply deeply spring time so happy to see the seventy degrees here I got it and I'm going off script you're just a little bit because right before we jumped on the air I was watching some of the you know nationwide news that some regular numbers out I love the number seven number scale and the numbers one in particular freaked me out and I have to start with this I don't know if we're gonna hit the other usual stop I was planning for today because this is trumping at all seventy eight percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck and not only that it's not as dire as it sounds because they're living paycheck to paycheck and they are hugely in dad's as well so a lot of their paychecks going towards interest payments on credit cards or high interest loans or low interest loans or loans to somebody where you're paying for somebody else's well being and well off life rather than your own freaking out that means four out of five Americans almost more than three out of four close to four out of five again love the numbers are living paycheck to paycheck you don't deserve that here's where I'm coming from on this now that I'm rubbing my temples as we're talking here this day and age corona virus all the latest headlines you guys are working like dogs you know you are and you're not complaining you love the work you love having some money coming in you love having that increased stability in your in your household you know income compared to years past it's it's a nice place to be however the new normal I hate this the new normal is being stressed out about cash and in times past we've had ups and downs and economies we had the Great Depression for god's sake a lot of our listeners have some experience with that either is kids or whatever you know we've gone through world wars we've gone through three sessions some more severe than others sometimes it's normal to go through a period in your life for your a little stressed out about cash maybe you're young couple you just brought a baby into the house you're just married or whatever yeah you get stressed out of sleep and whatever else and certainly about cash it should not be done normal it should be the once in a while all of these stressful times about cash.

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Pawpaw Fruit Facts

Urban Forestry Radio

07:19 min | 11 months ago

Pawpaw Fruit Facts

"Let's dig into today's topic. Paul can we start with you You heard my story about how I discovered. Papa's thanks to you How did you discover? Papa's well I stood. Discovered Papa's in the native of trees of Canada. I discovered them on a page. Not In reality. Unfortunately I grew up in a family that was in the produce business My both my grandfathers this were farmers Where we're in the Agra in the native you know in the native Place for Papa's grew or still grow but I had never tasted them mhm nor heard of them and it piqued my interest so much because we had always Prided ourselves on being the first to taste everything that came into the market and new member. One Re Pini Dini came in and went Avocados came into the market and when kiwifruit and star fruit and all. Those things first appeared here And this it was the kind of our native exotic that I had never experienced. So it was part of a schoolyard naturalization pro project and really part of more broadly of using native plants to restore habitat. And so there is there is that broader Value of these trees while of course because they are native They're co evolved with all the insects and diseases that That are here. so they're not susceptible to them and and they host Many important species as well so tell me something so you read about it in a book there. Was this naturalization project in your neighborhood or something. What did you guys do? You never heard about the train you go and you buy it and you plant. or how did that happen well. This was the early nineties so for me. The early days of the of the Internet and I did track someone down through through the interweb of that day. You know very very BA barebones in those days And found some of the Niagara and into we had just you know we were. We're lucky we had just moved into a new home. We had a front yard. That was kind of a had been lawn and of course we didn't want to have lawn anymore. We don't have any lawn and it's such a such a poor use of the small space that we had in in urban setting So we wanted to plant it with native trees stories and We also wanted to scare the view to our neighbor across the street and When I came home we came home? Not with two trees but with two sticks As my partner so kindly So kindly described them and so it took about ten years. Oh my gosh. So th the next ingredient is patients it is. It's really a slow food. Okay it's very slow so it took Tennessee. You plant these trees. Your partner is okay with it. Look like two little sticks What did they look like as they were growing up? As you're nurturing these two little sticks what are they looking. I think the first thing that I notice about them was just so how distinctive the leaves czar. They look like no other tree and I have had a number of people Just walked down the sidewalk and look at them and then the bravest among them go like what tree is that. I think I know all the trees but I've never seen something with such a long feather shaped leaf And you know my my friend. Who spent a lot of time in America around Cacao Trees Religious Jew really notes. How similar they are to cow as well in their structure so they are a very unique looking tree And the and then a when the blossoms came out the blossoms are also fascinating as well. They're very dark Maroon Maroon color I believe they're mimicking meet because they are pollinated by midges That are attracted blow flies. which are attracted to dead meat? So what do they smell like. Do they smell like dead meat. So if you don't smell like dead meat they are the the. They are a little acrid smelling rolling. They're they're certainly not fragrant like an apple blossom right okay so you plant this tree and you're hanging in there and you're waiting mm-hmm and you're waiting you're waiting did you at some point. Did you almost lose your enthusiasm for this. Great idea of planting palm tree. No I think we're there. There are many other things going on and I was very hopeful and I and it was just as I was reading more and more of the work that Lorraine Johnson was doing and other other great Authors were doing around native plants and I would start accumulating references to pop. Aw and when and the more I read about dumb and the and the more I read descriptions of of their flavor the more we just couldn't lose interest because I was just kind of salivating every year and then there is frustration because for a couple of years we got some blossoms but no fruit set and so actually getting pollination especially on isolated trees in in an area where there's really no native no no other surrounding trees that could cross pollinate with them. It took a long time so finally the day comes that you start to see fruit for me. Tell me about what year was that and what was going on for you. That was two thousand and four. I I was involved in agriculture. At that point I was working in the wine industry Saw Back and forth in Agra Lot and really felt that I was kind of telling the the the agricultural story in our urban setting and this was another part of that story And so as they foreign we got very excited. I why did you know the the small. The small mammals do like to climb up and down the trees and sometimes knocked them off before they're fully ripe so that was a little bit of a frustration. Especially when you're you know and we would count the fruits right at the end of his own fifteen this year you know. And then and then there's attrition through the whole season right and but when those first fruits did ripen and you could smell their ripe and you could feel they were right They became very highly price in our in our in jealously guarded. Oh Yeah Y.. Y within our household as well yes okay so in your household old guy. Your first ripe fruit. Is this actually the first time you taste papa. Your own fruit yes. I had never had that point. There were no I. I hadn't yet to see them at farmers markets Forbes wild foods does have some now and now there are some other farmers who are growing them in in a more more commercial quantities. But at that point not at all so what did you think I was just blown away. The the flavor is so mystifyingly defying Li exotic so tropical in its character The texture is so silky and smooth and as they get ripe they get this. Really really beautiful. Creme Brulee characters a bit of a roasted character to them that is just really satisfying and really enhance and attractive. And and then of course you want to multiply your pleasures by sharing them. So that's really what I started to do. Work through slow food and other organizations to you want to really share share the beauty of the of that

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"creme brulee" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"No if you have been to this place you should go see what restaurant in midtown and so quite a place it's right by when she you know we do the Wednesday games as you know on the station here so it's a nice place good beautiful spot in there too running cast between Woodward and and and I'm sorry force between cancer and Woodward if you go in there and you like to place a tray that the championship was outstanding that's what I had when I was there they also have a hello broke my dumb version ham and she's with Basha mail and fried egg and the salmon Dale scallops day boat not day oh no no no no run get it right day day boat salmon get with it run man I put you know the homemade the creme brulee fruit for dessert mmhm mmhm and oh cilantro and have the chef is here he's into an interview after the five fifteen break with me we'll talk about his food and what do you do the same they had a big thing down there the idea we're jammed absolutely jammed I'm told so he'll tell you all about that we continue with him later on the art racially right after the five fifteen break okay okay we are open line eight hundred nine two three nine three five or email Cameron sports talk radio dot com Gregory from Mr positive of what's happened Greg watch runny see I'm sure you started fantastic young man this.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Paradis, joining us Sarah sitting in for Katie oh today bar Paradis here from the daily bakery. I know we always have Britney barter labor for the bakers corner. She bakes all the pastries and things that you actually, solid quality control quality control. Do you need more because you're too skinny? For seventy. Been doing it for a long. Of here. So it's Valentine's was one of our biggest days of debate gre- not only for sales. That's obviously awesome. But it's also because it's a fun romantic day. Come in with. Lots of intentions in mind. Take something home for their lovers. Make someone feel better. You know, it's a little bit different than I'd say thanksgiving or Christmas day at the bakery. Right. It's just more romantic it, definitely it's an UC lots of people coming in. And they're just excited about all the possibilities and trying new fun things. Yeah. Fun. So what's what are some things that we're going to do this year that you think would make good Valentine's presence, not only things that they could get are bigger. But maybe even try making it home themselves for why Shing at home or finishing. Britain has a hot date cake, which is a measurable sticky toffee, Kate. And it's got a little Shan bananas bananas chantilly cream on it. And that that would be perfect for sharing. I feel. I don't get that. Let's go back to that for a second. Chef what do you think about this? I gotta understand the whole thing. So it's a cake with dates date, sticky toffee cake. And then it says soaked in Zaire rum, the heart's on it's got banana chantilly cream on top. Now, you had me until the bananas. Yeah. Me too. I find that interesting. Like, I would never think to do that. Yeah. I'm super fuzzy and very picky about my baked goods thought, it was gonna be not amazing. And I actually really like and you'll love it. Yeah. So the day cake. This is a phenomenon is this happening in your world too. Because you'd probably don't serve because you're French. But hold sticky. Toffee pudding thing is a phenomena world wide everywhere. I go I see it. Is it is it gluten free by any chance know that one is not enough. I'd love it. I have it. When I go to Scotland I have it at the restaurant that I go to north of Glasgow. But every restaurant has it in Scotland. But you're seeing it all the time we have at our bakeries I served at the catering. I was doing the other night that you'd up catering and people just dig it would essentially it is it's like a little bit like a gingerbread. Yeah. But then with pureed, or at least not necessarily parade but pace broken up pasted a dates in it and very much, and you can go any direction, fresh ginger. You can go spices about coffee coffee glaze coffee. But typically, it is very unsportsmanlike spice cake, it's fairly plain and the dates and the glaze like the alcohol Glazer, whiskey glaze or something like that generally is much spices. As you got. Play around with it, which is nice, and yeah, I think really it's really playing on the fruit that has not been as used in desert as much as some of the fruit. So I think people are always looking for new new windows of opportunity in the thing dates is very hot right now. Kahad date. I mean. Yeah. Do you add more sugar to a date or does the sugar come from the dates themselves? Typically, I would say coming from the dates. Yeah. They're very sweet. Yeah. Because when I heard about using dates and baked goods it has like a substitute. If you don't want regular sugar and all right? What else should people try on the Bush damore, which is our chocolate? Oh. But we. Yeah. So this one is a flower list item is a chocolate cake chocolate chiffon cake with an raspberry mascarpone. And then we coated with chocolate glaze, and it's got some almond praline on top. And that is a lovely. I would say it's very decadent, and it would serve two people for a number of days. And so it looks like a jelly rollers heart shape, or what does he looks like a jelly roll? Okay. And then there's little funded tanto. Yeah. Yeah. You put some halts everywhere. That's gonna cute. Yeah. No, I get it. And so that is Teri that is just like a Bush. Well, yeah. Same thing. But decorated differently. Yeah. I mean, I get the idea in put more raspberries, maybe which is not really in season. But it's the one you put in the freezer from last year. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I get it out season. Now. Or I would say my wife makes these beautiful brandy cherries from the cherry crop. And this time of year. I'm always trying to use up some of this because we're not far off. I mean, June four months we're back in the cherry season. So you have to start looking at what's in your your cupboard that you so dutifully filled starting to use that stuff up before the next season comes around. Now, Sherry on the move. What does that mean you love? Love your cherry cherry. You know, Sherry, you know, the French word, darling. Yes, my Cherie. Yeah. Yeah. So Sherry cherry this close. So is good. When we go into French versus English grammar on on the show. I didn't quite hear it. So I just a new, but I feel the same. I love you too. Hey, darling. What else you got for me, my favorite, which has been my favorite for years and years? This is not for sharing. It's our creme brulee. It's an individual size. We can torch it to order in the bakery. Which is one of the first things I learned to do when I started ten years ago, which is terrifying. Playing with blowtorches. But now, it's super fun. Just teach your kids. How to do it? That's better. Yeah. It's sixty five recommend if you've never made Kimberly using a blowtorch finishing a criminally Eric you don't do that for the first time. Day. Ended up in the emergency room. Day. Not a good idea. It keeps it exciting. Definitely. Oh my God. Died house was on fire. And if you don't own a blow torch at home and you're buying one. And he wanted to finish it off at home. Can you just put it in your broiler finisher, finish the problem with that is many people's they leave it under there too long and colonels the top of your creme brulee because the whole thing gets too hot before the sugar, actually caramelized. So it's not really a good. You will end up with some brilliant. But you will kill all your from. No matter what. Because it's just doesn't get that hot that fast. Would there be a better way to do it at home if not via the broiler or just kinda stuck well, if you have a piece of the old style of cranberry was done with a piece of iron than you would put on the fire and get super super hot? And then you would stamp on the sugar, and I would caramelized sugar. That's the original recipe the original longtime ago, that's how they used to do it. But. Yes. That's what I would do if you didn't have a choice. But but really does make a lot of smoke too. Right. Or sometimes if you get it hot enough, you can hold it above the sugar in the in the molten iron. We'll still do its job without putting it into the sugar. One of the things I'll say about our creme brulee, and I've been making this for many years longer than you've probably been alive miss bar parrot, but the New York Times called my creme brulee possibly the best in the world. I just thought it was a creme caramel mouth. So the same custard? Yeah. Just do it different. Right. Don't you say on the menu anymore dependency, you call a world famous? Say would famous in your own mind. Matter. Respect around here anyway. So just saying, but Krim creme brulee is a delicious easy. Simple. Good. Most people love that. That's true. So just to be clear creme caramel has to sugar in the bottom. You cook the whole thing so Nelson and creme brulee has just the custard on the bottom. And then you put sugar on top. And you put it under the correct, torture the broiler. So so it seems if you're doing one at home, maybe creme care mount would be the better one to home except you have to get it out of the Cup fair. Yeah. That's awesome. Hey, you don't have to get out of the Cup. But you can't do that your guests get there. So if it falls on the floor, you know? All right. We got time for one more. Oh my gosh. I would go with a half dozen cookies to share. So you get two of the strawberry lemonade cookies, which which they up playing which are my favorite cookies right now. And then two of the Romeo's kiss, which is a snicker doodle cookie. It's kinda like a Whoopie pie. But with a little bit more crunch to the and then chocolate filling and then our cupid's birthday cookie, which is coupons birthday. Yeah. It is a sandwich cookie. It's got vanilla butter cream in the center and all sorts of. Romantic? I dunno sprinkles. Do we have any one year? I remember we did fortune cookies where we got a lo- lovers fortunes coming out of the cookie just saying super hot super hot. The one that says a difference gonna leave you soon. Like, I got the one that says, you know, being single isn't such a bad thing. There's all kinds of good fortune cookies to really ruined a person's day. Your mom would spend his time. Doing reminds me of my eastern time. I spend Easter on my eggs are. So of course, there's many more things that I personally like the sugar cookie decorating kit. I think that's really fun and takes a lot of the workout at all the icing comes in little tubes already. It's very simple very easy up next. Thank you..

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"creme brulee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your anger out. Why didn't they buy what I say with every with every whack of the hammer is why did they buy? Why didn't they buy? And then I'm going to make a pioneer because we have to give it some flavors somehow, I'm gonna make a spinach pioneer. So just just sear the chicken breasts. That's been beat the heck in butter and g right? So just give it our hearts here with lots of cardamon and salt heart here, and then I'm gonna take spinach, and I'm going to saute it down with a little coconut milk. And then I'm gonna add cheese. And then we're going to put it, right? Over top bathe are tasteless chicken breast in the spinach pioneer. We're going to serve it with some Papa John. Crunchy. This list chicken breast. That's nice way to put some liberal in it. Yeah. All right, Terry. Rama like sniff like thing. Gonna make a chicken breasts desert. Lena. What can I was the eggs? So we're gonna start with that. We're going to bypass chicken breast altogether. Why we go to the egg because it's fomer skinless. As long as you crack it out. Good point. I'm just gonna make a creme brulee and finish this wonderful meal on the high note vanilla creme brulee, and then be done with that. So for those of you who Don MC soom me. Everybody knows how to make a creme brulee, which is not true. So eight yolks sugar Meeks super well together. In the meantime, you have some cream on the fire that you just have some vanilla bean. I recommend vanilla bean because it makes a hell of a difference cut. It right now is about ten dollars easing often. Do you make cream just a little side? Yeah. One one Leila being can make eight to ten creme brulee. So don't be shy. You just transformed that into a buck now. So you make vanilla bean cut it in half put it in your cream. Make sure that the end of your wants your cream comes to scrape those vanilla bean. So you get all the specs that are inside. Because that's the flavor of that. And then you pull that gently over your egg and sugar mixture bring it. Make sure you don't overpower it too fast. So you don't kill the parade. Very slowly Parikh back into a mold into a Cup. Obama-era put it in the oven covered at about three hundred degrees. And within forty five minutes, you'll have a ready cooked creme brulee, then you take up on the counter for fifty minutes. Take it out of the Dan Mary, let it rest, and then cool it down. Yes. I want to know what temperature you're taking it out. Because you know, if you cook it too long it kernels, right? So right. Perfect temperature to take it out of the oven. Yeah. And you put your blade through the creme brulee itself. It should come at the blade should come clean. That's the first easy task the ceremonies when you let it should be one piece, and he looks like it's together. Komo's like gelatin. That's when you know. It's ready. What about if you had a digital thermometer sophisticated? Just getting one I think in say one one seventy five one eighty one eighty five and then you let it sit on the counter for another fifteen minutes in water bath. So he just keeps on cooking. And you'll be fine. Don't turn your oven at four hundred degrees because they will boil and if it boils it kills so that's the most part of the cranberry pot and then sprinkle your sugar on top once it cooled off and once it's actually less than room temperature. You want to put your sugar on top. And then you want to build it with a blowtorch. And if you don't have a blowtorch, well, I don't know what to do there. You could use an old piece of iron round. And then you put on the fire T bone red. And then you put it straight onto your sugar. That's they used to make creme brulee was invented. So. But you can do it under the broiler in your oven to while. The problem was putting under the broiler is by the time. You should you'll get cooked your your top of your creme brulee becomes Colonel. Because it's too high heat too close of a general heat. So it actually warms up and breaks on the front. So all right. Not the perfect to go. Whoever was challenging us on the. So next week. We might even break down a chicken and show, you why you could do so many better things with the show you on the radio Mary J white is here with her new book every day. Mary.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm Steve Scott. And I'm Wayne cabinet. It's five fifteen now it's five sixteen as time rolls along here. Three things number one. The death toll from the California wildfires is now at least forty eight more than two hundred people are missing at least seventy seven hundred homes had been destroyed. Testimony will continue today at the chopper trial. In Brooklyn opening statement yesterday. The defense lawyers called Joaquin Guzman, a scapegoat and said, the US government has built goes up to be some sort of mythical figure in the drug world. Number three, a painting. The chose to women just sitting in a restaurant has sold for nearly ninety two million dollars Edward Hopper's conic nineteen twenty nine painting chop suey was auctioned off by Christie's here in New York last night, Joel which makes those e cigarettes is going to temporarily stop selling some of the flavors that are popular with kids, including mango cucumber, creme brulee and fruit. What was the one? I saw a couple of days ago. It was it was chicken and barbecue or something like that can and waffles. That's what it was awful Z cigarettes. No more. Here's CBS's, Anna. Werner vape store owners, we talked to aren't pleased. Mango is the top selling flavor for Joel. It's gonna probably bring down sales the FDA calls teen vaping an epidemic. Preliminary government data shows in two thousand seventeen more than three million middle and high school students reported using e cigarettes Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is expected to announce a ban on sales of most flavored e cigarettes at convenience stores and gas stations in the coming day, by the way, those flavored e cigarettes will still be available online Greenpeace says junk food is pushing orangutans to the brink of extinction. And no it's not because they're reading too many, candy bars. It's because of the palm oil they use in their food products. Which Greenpeace says is cultivated at the expense of rainforests destroying the habitat of the primates twenty-five companies are blamed for destroying more than five hundred square miles of a Ranga Chang habitat with Oreo maker Mondelez named as the worst offender. Others include Colgate Palmolive, general mills Hershey, Kellogg's, Laurie Al Mars, Nestle, Pepsi and Unilever. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Now at five.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Five eight five. It's a very descriptive. Name the five senses. It does very good and eight five is a is the highest quality Japanese beef. You can get. Absolutely. And so this place. Is called a steak lounge, and when you walk in there's kind of a Japanese flare atmosphere to it the lounges beautiful. It's a nice place to sit down. I don't even want to get to my table yet. I wanted to sit around and have a really nice malt scotch or something, and I'm a steak and potatoes kind of guy. And if you love beef, they have a dish. It's four cuts of a five, and it is not cheap. If you wanna go that route five hundred and seventy five dollars. But if you win the lotto, that's what you need to order that night. I had a fifty fifty two GM. And I think it was a Holstein cattle. And it was interesting because when I saw this I went why would you put a sauce on such a beautiful cut of beef? And it didn't tied the flavor of the beef at all it brought it up to another level, and it was absolutely delicious. It's one of the top three steaks I've ever had in my life. My wife had CBS and. I didn't know sea bass could be that good. It's the red meat fish. I didn't see I just love the show so much fun. And it's been there for nine years. I mean, it's a long running restaurant, which is a hard thing to do in San Francisco. No question. Yeah. It's very sophisticated. I mean, it feels like a place where you should go in and have a proper cocktail. So I had something I think it was called a Voyager, and it was a run based drink that had Madeira and bidders in it too. So it was this really interesting balance that it was tasty with a little twist. It was well, and they do I'm just going to take a moment to talk about that whiskey program that they have there is astounding it really is one of the best whiskey programs. I've seen in the country you pay the price for them. But they're amazing. And you can't just sit in the lounge and have something you can. There's definitely a. Absolutely lounges, very afterward, describing it cool. It was really fun and the food is really rich and tasty. You hear that people talk about five beef. And they say, oh, it's just like butter. It's like butter. It's that good. And the beef flavor is so pronounced and it's not like any beef. I've ever had here. Stateside, we also had the bone in rabbi, which is a massive. It's like probably a pound and a half of meat enough for all of us is split. In fact, there were four of us, and we were kinda worried about you know, it's expensive beef. But the portions aside from the five are actually pretty fair, and it comes with this voice on cheese on top with a sage butter the server recommended that we order it, medium rare. And I kind of told them to back off and say, hey guy, I'm a steak. I I like mine rare I wanna bloody. And I kind of wish that I listened to him on both of the stakes. The fifty fifty it's so fatty that you kind of actually want a little bit to render off and to like get more of that series flavor on it. Got that aside. I have to say the steak was pretty good especially paired with the sides. They have their they've got this MAC and cheese truffle MAC. That's just so cheesy. So gooey it comes out bubbling in this cast iron Skillet. So I also had the fifty fifty which was delicious. It was beautiful which was good because it was pricing. Our first courses were delicious. I had the Karen ginger soup that day, which was just perfect had a little bit of kick to it. It was savory and creamy and a little bit spicy. And then my husband ordered the beet salad, which was probably the most beautiful beet salad. I'd seen. It was sliced really thinly multicolored beats almost like a beat carpaccio really light, really beautiful. We shared it. It was excellent any desserts. I had actually my favorite dish tonight, the creme brulee trio, this was a trio of three different creme brulee. A ginger criminally a macho green, tea and black creme brulee. And it was so perfectly brew late on the topic. After having such a rich meal. It was so nice to have something so clean and tasted. I ordered something. That was I think called seven degrees of coffee. It had a coffee Panna cotta in the middle. And that was the best thing about it. Which was quite good. And that would have been fine all by itself. And I would say it was very ambitious. Well, your restaurant wrap it up for us. If you want a phenomenal meal when it's steak I would have to give five eighty five the number one steakhouse in San Francisco or maybe ever with the five all right and Meredith five eighty five is a swanky sophisticated spot for steak lovers but best if you can go on an expense account. All right. Angels for extremely tasty. Japanese beef at a cost, but really good five eight five. All right. If you would like to try five five steak lounge it's on Jackson street at battery in San Francisco. The telephone number is four one five nine eight nine two. Five three nine. It's open for dinner. Every night. Reservations are recommended and the average.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ninety two three FM. Get some perspective. Bruce, Saint James and Pamela Hughes. I see it more and more. You know what I smell it? I what are we talking about vaping? Oh, I'll walk in a room. And I'll go. What does that strawberries who is? And then I'll see somebody holding a little vape, pens, you know, this tiny little metal thing. Usually it looks like and they're vaping away. And a lot of the the vape is it oils is it called juice veep. Judo's? Cheers. Either one of us do is have have have different suits different flavors to levers, and since think you very much. So vaping is on the rise. It's something that didn't even exist a little while ago. And the concern has been our vape companies specifically targeting teenagers trying to get them addicted to their product early on. All right. So that is what the FDA is taking a look at right now. Because what they have found in commissioned research is that there's limited evidence that e cigarettes lead smokers to quit. Okay. Now. I'm sure that there are people right now listening to the radio that are yelling out of going. Well, I quit through it. And and they're saying it does happen. But there is limited evidence. But how it was originally pitched as an alternative? So limited evidence that leads smokers to quit though. There is evidence that suggest young people who use e cigarettes or more likely to try. By cigarettes. So the goal was to get smokers to quit not a lot of evidence that that's happening. But there is evidence that is showing this is becoming the gateway to getting people to start smoking. So the FDA is concerned specifically when it comes to one particular product in one demographic take a listen now the thing for teens. The FDA today calling it a dangerous epidemic. The agency sending out warning letters to retailers and giving an ultimatum to the makers of the popular Jew and four other manufacturers. They have sixty days to show that they can keep their nicotine products out of the hands of underage users or face a possible ban on all flavored e cigarettes, especially appealing to the estimated two million regular users in middle and high school. All right. So let's talk about jewel because that is the big one. Jay, you J U L pronounced jewel jewel, right? Okay. And. That this was was coming and they've started to try to make some concessions like they instead of having you know, twenty one year old in their advertisement or having thirty five year olds in their advertisement instead of referring to different flavors as creme brulee. Then I'll just wait a minute. There's a flip. I might take this up. There's there's crumbled. It's not Chris. You will never be creme brulee. Okay. Okay. If now cream just create a set of cool cucumber, cool cucumber, it's just not cucumber that has been their fix. Okay. To their credit? I don't think they're trying that hard. But, but again, is it their responsibility, you know. And it it strikes me as you may not remember that one of the criticisms when they went after tobacco companies is how they were marketing their products was like a Joe Camel that's the name of the camel Joe Camel. And the argument was Joe Camel a cartoon camel made kids want to smoke. It'd be. What links that is? Research on e. But any advertisement out there any advertising, you know, one of the things you learn about advertising is whoever you see in the ads is who they're targeting because they want you to identify with people in a commercial or or whatnot. So that's that's who they're trying to talk to. But the FDA has been a now has been investigating jewel since April and they're trying to figure out if that company and particularly deliberately targeted teens. And so they're looking for tons and tons of documents from the company doing to take a look at their focus group reports they want to take a look at toxicology studies, they want to take a look at everything will now the FDA is saying that you're on notice, and you have sixty days to prove that you can keep devices away from miners. I don't want any teenager vaping period. Full. Stop got it. This is where I start to. Kind of change my tune really, well, I wanna take a look at the research. I want to see what their marketing practices were what their true mission was. And if in fact, you know was to target teens. Well, we gotta make some adjustments to that, obviously. But how do you prove in two months? The you can keep devices away from minors because if you can how do you prove that you can do that? Then why isn't there a request for Budweiser and ballast points and Tito's vodka to Prue how you can keep your product away from miners? How do you not ask? I guess Marlboro. I think it's the only one I've really remember how do you Pru? You were able to keep cigarettes away from miners. That's a very tall order to show how you can prove how to do it. Now, you got to make some changes, and the changes that they're suggesting are they going to be enough for the FDA is yet to be determined. But the whole setting them up for failure home. How do you? How do you? These out of the hands you have to disprove the negative. How do you prove it didn't happen? Right. And that what they're asking. I. I think one of the problems at least the vape industry has is the lack of information accepted science research on the genuine impact of it. If if vaping is as bad as cigarettes. For your health. I'm perfectly willing to say slap the label on it. What's the age this at the other? But so much of it has been I would just say, I don't think it's accepted science yet as to. What the harm is. And the degree of the harm. You say accepted. Science science is or it isn't. I don't know if we have enough of the research is a strong causation. There might be a correlation. There isn't a strong causation. There. I accept that cigarettes are bad for you. The research is clear on that. But initially, but we'll wait. Let's let let's use that. As example, initially when people started to get a little suspicious about cigarettes. The research did not show that right? The industry. Ewing industry was trying to muddy the water. That's why I'm saying the vape industry. Should be looking for and demanding accepted research and science on this to support a review one way or the other. Let's pick a side of the fence if they don't want to refute it because it's a billion dollar industry is going in there. I do not watch dancing with the stars with star. Have you watched the show, Pamela what I came out? Yeah. Absolutely. Actually, that's a big name stars on their big name stars. Right. Even even I can acknowledge that there'd be a champion. I'd see it on the. 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"creme brulee" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KNSS

"ROY today is national Krim relating topping vanilla custard with a brittle crushed of caramelized sugar would taste good good idea I they were. Wrong it tasted incredibly Birds cream in French but I are you on the creme brulee we talked about. S you'll we talking about not s. cargo what are we talking a hot fudge brownies the other day what we're talking. About fudge sundae okay, but anyway. Where are you on. Krim Birla today Oh, we're talking about caviar the other. Day. Caviar right, that's not creme brulee over caviar energy Hands down Lord all right creme brulee day now. You've been talking Ted was mentioning on the blur that on. This, date in nineteen seventy eight the movie animal, house? Was released and never heard of it Did you know we lived at you? Didn't. You were in college, did you pledge to the? Delta whatever they were whatever now I was? Actually, in, high school when that came out and of course we all had to have toga parties really okay Ludo was our hero but you didn't in college you didn't pledge fraternity or anything like that no I I took a look at a couple of them decided not. To? Most of my many of my friends from high school were Kappa cigs at Wichita state university and, their. House out, there off seventeenth. Street looked exactly like. Animal house the fraternity house in the movie right and so I think the. Entire movie animal house was based on what your toss campus Exit anymore they've gone away. Apparently? Bill ROY heeded the advice of dean wermer drunken stupor there's no way to go through I was at, some time. In college all three of those It's a large. Club you're talking about All right You have a good. Day Bill thanks for being with us this morning.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Liar liar Hi you in the building yeah I just moved in, Monday Jim carey So far Everybody's been. Real, nice well that's because had kill off here because he. Did? Bad right so I thought that Trump tape The only thing. I, can think of the scene was in an elevator yes. It? Is national talk elevator day wow You're smart Mark because we. Never, thought we. Didn't elevator and don't say anything we look at the floor national talk. To, somebody in an elevator yes it. Is Strike up a conversation with. A, fellow elevator What if they don't wanna talk you give them a creme brulee Have you know it's true. If you, step onto. An elevator it's like everybody's afraid to talk I? Mean they, don't they don't really wanna. Talk unless you're saying what number? Four seven watching the number seven Although I did Lives in. An apartment uptown we were visiting there not long ago getting ready to go and they were these people when the. Elevator doors open they had these two massive. Dogs in there and so, I, just said now. Go ahead down I didn't want to get on there with these dogs and they were offended that I wouldn't get on the. Elevator with them but, I was like I, don't want your I'll never, see again yeah absolutely It calls delegate Baldonnel details. Have next week Maltin. An, elevator So, now does, tell you some of these days. Are getting weirder hurry tits six hundred here before nine o'clock and Jim? Cow, was how was the first day of camp down there yeah good party and smart you to, do the big kickoff party at. Four hundred turns out kickoff, six thirty for the practice itself David Tepper being. Down there the new owner in, full panther coaches down there and as we know, with God this at least one more year at Wofford contractually they, always do a great job of hosting down there and coach Ron Rivera here asked about. His thoughts about his training camp experiences at Wofford so far And, it's.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Z100

"This one over I, know look at that Hold on okay I? You know what froggy. You see this you see what he moving right. Along every day you're Ritze brings us a list of the things that today is. To make. Sense Waiver time this close. To going. Back, home all the? Way I'm going to. Go I want everyone to fly straight here tell. Me whatever day like every day's a different day it's national scotch day all right I don't know if anyone national. Talk in the elevator. Day nobody Oh thank. You National refreshment drew national creme brulee. Day, like that You know creme brulee. Is, not, creme brulee. Unless, you brulee your cram oh yes harm that yeah I think that really means burnt. Cream, doesn't, it translates. To Yeah Creme brulee cram is cream is. Burn I believe so much better in. French it does today's get gnarly. Day Me Can you come in for a? Second help me out with this. Yet. Gnarly what does that? Mean k. bra bra gnarly bra? Total total lunar eclipse occurring today we have a total lunar eclipse. Today it's going to be the longest eclipse is twelve. Hours there's really. Sunday I read. It I don't know But it's. During the daytime. Here so we. Won't see it Oh really During daylight hours when it's, daylight here it's going to be happening on the other side of the world when it's, night there so they'll be able to, see it it's entering during. Our dead so in, other words it's. Not happening if we can't, see it it. Doesn't, occur What an, awful way of looking at. It but tell me, what national get. Ninety get crazy gnarly gnarly, waves crazy gnarly Okay yeah Gnarly will be honest. With you gnarly was a word I used back in the day before you guys are even born and then it kind of. Went. Away Back How old is? New you know how it, works get gnarly, day try it on for. Size great, t what are you? Doing also topic train. Day, oh. Cool I. Haven't I gotta look at your. Topics you, know we have a. Problem, you're it's a great tea Producer Sam and. Foggy, and. Danielle scary. We have no senior executive producer. Today right, straight Nate is gone, he's, gone today and Monday Where did he. Go he's he's he's taking care of some stuff. So anyway. So I. Don't know what, we're going to do and that's. Important job we need somebody to take the helm of. That that's that's, that's important I'm I'm thinking let's figure. Out today and Monday how important job. Is? Maybe. We don't even. Need it I don't know This is why you can never. Take your day off because then they figure out they. Don't need you Scares me Richard thank. You national get gnarly. Too crazy all. Right bra. What scary what did we do the eighteen? Years before Nate. Got here how do we do those? Eighteen years I think we. Did. Actually okay then there's. Your answer we did have a bunch of, other producers remember some. Of, those yeah I don't remember. Their names I, remember khaki. Remember. Khaki, yeah no he was a. Great producer we've on a routine where we. Need me so that's the difference I, don't know we're for twenty. Five minutes in and I just I don't. I haven't needed him Pull their hair out of. Frustration this is true Yell. Out besides scary When they get frustrated He's not. Here to be frustrated we gotta find someone new to get frustrated All right let's get into your field goods, I know? That producer Sam has.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Yourself off of tobacco addiction by just vaping puff every now and then exactly maybe often. But I think they're point is that it's better to just be puffing nicotine and not have tarring your lungs like you could continue doing that forever. I suppose still come out healthier than if you're constantly inhaling tar. Right, right. I mean, I don't think that the science is, you know, a closed case. However, even. The public health advocates who are worried about jewel do feel like there is public good to be had with e cigarettes. It's not that you're removing all of the chemicals. Jewel, for instance, uses benzoate acid and nicotine salts, and there's been some studies about what are the effects there. However, yeah, the idea was that they that this product in particular has very high nicotine content in order to appeal to smokers who might be having trouble transitioning. And that has become one of the issues with kids because it is designed to give you to mimic the same kind of high that you would have if you were smoking a cigarette except without any of the, you know, kind of negative physical sensations is just puff of mango, which is their most popular flavor or creme brulee or fruit medley or cool mint. So you know that kind of hacking cough. The first time you try it, it might. Not necessarily happen the same way. And part of the issue is also like you guys. We were sitting in front of some of the packaging. Yes. Natasha brought in some good. Yes. Sorry to podcast room smell like Virginia tobacco, but you can see it says.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Little like let's light up something this is it's a big rifle looking there's flames that come out so he had a whole of that over the weekend there five hundred dollars right now but on ebay they're going up to three thousand of course manual that comes with a two hundred and fifty dollars so they were making s'mores with this and creme brulee and i'm thinking in the fires from a distance yes and in the hands of someone dangerous well that could be really dangerous that quote down someone dangerous that could be yeah a part of her guarded on fire then almost caught her house on fire uhhuh all the woman in this article okay no no no this happened in la and because i know that i'm a dangerous person so i would just watch from a distance and you could see the videos but it just there's i can't believe that he's even in this business can you know seems really weird i am not an expert on consumer demand i wouldn't i wouldn't think that society is yearning for a new generation flame thrower i know in our daily lives like you know i get smart watches and i get the augmented reality a our robot maybe that's the next thing i really look look you know the ipod the ipad which by the way lex again we say this a lot because i usually do the show in another building separate from alexis dawn per my court ordered agreement with alexa stay away but i don't see alexis on the regular so i had no idea shock and awe shock and all last week we had a horrendous meeting with arthur we were called in her office for way too long and that's our boss and at the right before the meeting i got there a little early and i'm kind of putting around the the studio i go bother kalina bradley and alexis is in the jock lounge and she's sitting there she's working on a piece of technology and i see it i see the technology and i see the back of alexis and i think to myself well that can't be alexis because that's an ipad in front of her and i know that the alexis that i know would never have a piece of modern technology but in fact i'm fooling you but in fact i guess i don't know.

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"creme brulee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"creme brulee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The asparagus nice buffet right and then let's just get to desert champagne and pistachio makarova's orange creme brulee tartlets and miniature rhubarb crumble tartlets i love crumble crumble tartlets i do this story was going to be you know i always like to do the best story of the week yep this is my second best story of the week while out for a jog she discovered a baby bear buried alive all my goodness twenty years later they reunite this woman was running through the park it was and it was here it was announced edina as zita malawian is reunited with matthew whitaker the newborn baby she found abandoned on a side trail twenty years ago in one thousand nine hundred a jogger found a newborn baby who does that buried alive in the foothills of out the dina has a blue local cord still attached not more than a few hours oldie hovered near death for decades as etiam malawian would wonder what happened to the boy after he recovered at the pasadena hospital and was put up for adoption this week twenty years to the date of when she found him the two were reunited the picture is brilliant i you've got it up on this fake news they've got pictures the nineteen ninety eight photo shows matthew whitaker in the neonatal medical center at huntington memorial it was a reunion that came about an unlikely way the mother of one a whitaker's friends wrote into rate for it kiss his fm station away explaining whitaker story and asking for twenty three and me dna kit so he can learn more about his ancestry whitaker agreed to take the test and have the results revealed during the on air with ryan seacrest program wow when one of the show's producers read.

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Madagascar vanilla now more expensive than silver

Marketplace All-in-One

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Madagascar vanilla now more expensive than silver

"Already includes ness cafe and espresso the company's coffee and creamer segment reportedly generates about eighteen billion dollars and as part of its beverages category which was the fastest growing segment in two thousand seventeen the move positions nestle to better compete with investment company j a b holding which has been snapping up us coffee brands over the last several years jb's portfolio now includes california's pete's coffee cure green mountain espresso house and caribou coffee under terms of the deal which is subject to regulatory approval five hundred starbucks employees will move over to nestle but remain in seattle nestle shares are slightly higher on the news in london i'm the bbc's victoria craig for marketplace now it might just be plain old vanilla but don't underestimate the value of the spice as the bbc's money more shihri reports vanilla is now more expensive than silver cookie dough chocolate brownie creme brulee whatever your favorite flavor vanilla the keying ingredient for sweet treats is now off to saffron the second most expensive spice in the world snuck breeze ice cream is run by three sisters in cheshire revis screen i run this business with my sisters tannery kisii and we make three to four tons of ice cream a week i we make thirty to forty flavors all year round the families being channing ice cream for thirty years but the cost of this key ingredient is starting to bite wealth and then a has gone up by thirty times what it was a company is a guy and so at the business we decided to absorb the cost of the bonilla price so everyone's carrying scraping the sisters insist they'll stick with the real thing but other ice cream businesses are taking vanilla off the menu yes the price continues to go up then we will have to united but if none the crunchy and have an where we can take other business.

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Oklahoma teachers risk losing support as walkout continues, some say

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

Oklahoma teachers risk losing support as walkout continues, some say

"Wbz news time is six twenty we've got thirty one degrees clear skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now it's opening day at fenway david price takes the ball for the five one red sox fans can look forward to new concession offerings like jane doe cookie dough ice cream and creme brulee french toast the check and see if our cafeteria has that this morning gusty winds overnight if left over nine thousand customers in massachusetts without power mostly in the western part of the state criminal justice reform bill passes through both the house and senate on beacon hill the bill features reforms to the states bail system and the elimination of some mandatory minimum sentences for low level drug offenders positive signs for those who were shot by female gunman at youtube headquarters in california doctors say it appears all of the victims will survive and now only one remains in the hospital his condition is improving to other victims both women one who was initially in critical condition have been released from soccer berg san francisco general hospital they've now gone home the only death it appears we'll be data the shooter who killed herself alex stone abc news san bruno california a teacher walkout continues for a fourth straight day in oklahoma concerns are being raised at the longer the protests goes the more teacher risk losing public support oklahoma republicans passed a tax hike for hundreds of millions of dollars for public schools and teacher pay raises but educators marched on the capital anyway frustrated over years of budget cuts swelling class sizes and a decade without a raise schools in oklahoma's largest districts remained closed including oklahoma city tulsa and many suburban communities questions are being asked about the origin of the poison in the russian spy case here looking for answers here including the opposition labor party politician diana questions the balance of probability and it's not helpful for say it's one hundred percents sets pizza and we want to go the evidence meanwhile russia's on to the international chemical weapons watchdog is complained that britain's work with the agency has lacked transparency russia's called for an open meeting of the un security council today to discuss the current situation tom rivers abc news at the.

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