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"dan pash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If you visited an orchard lately or your local farmers market you probably know the writers are far more exciting and the names more enticing Macintosh Braeburn Cortland cameo and now from Washington state yes my crunch to the bell sounds like a Ben Jerry's flavor right how and why do you make a new apple and one of those names come from to explain it all we are joined by another the none other than Dan pash then the host of the podcast the support full which she always reminds us is for eaters not foodies welcome back to the shelter thanks Brian they found me full disclosure do you have a favorite apple well how much time you got Brian I I think it depends on the situation you know there sometimes you want a really big sweet crunchy juicy apple so as you want something a little smaller guys was little bit too hard like a a Macintosh with the skins a little to think of gone biggest seeing crunchy maybe honey crisp maybe there's one called sweet tango full disclosure they've advertised my podcast in the past but I do really like those apples and you've had a fraught relationship with apples in some way that's true yeah it's been up and down for us over the years I I have a lot of like seasonal pollen allergies and in my twenties I developed allergy to apples that I understand is related to that sort of the pollen that pollinated that that apple flowering you put in your mouth that I would get like a route it she roof of mouth lot of sneezing they'll go after half an hour but it was enough to make me ninety many apples and I seem to have outgrown that so now we're back and I know from the podcast that you hate red delicious apples a lot of people will say red delicious that's like the cheesy apple why is it so ubiquitous if it's not appreciated I mean does anyone like red delicious at this point come on I mean that's like Lexus everyone can like what they like but that's because of the the power of marketing red delicious was created a long time ago when there weren't that many apples to compete with and it was created really with two goals in mind one to look very pretty and a red and a look delicious and also to be very durable because in Washington state you know the all the apples get harvested in the fall right now but they're sold all year round and so they have to last name they go to these huge refrigerated warehouses and so the apple you even wash and sit in June was harvested many months before and so red delicious check those two boxes they look great and they last forever now their skin is you know like sandpaper but but that wasn't the priority decades ago when they were created so listeners and green space audience do you have a favorite variety of apple I wonder if any apple growers are listening on the fringes of our radio signal call in with what you look for in an apple as a crop or apple leaders if you could develop into apple what would you want or anyone anything you've always wanted to know about an apple but never had anyone to ask you now have Dan passion two one two four three three W. NYC two one two four three three nine six nine two by the way my producer counted seventy five varieties of apples on the Columbia County some mascot orchards website where do they all come from all over the place some of them have been around for a very long time and some of them are new and there are there's been an explosion of apple varieties created in the last couple of decades basically what happened was you know for years it was the red one the green one the the the yellow one golden delicious right those are the three in supermarkets didn't need anymore and growers didn't want to experiment with new kinds of apples because you got a place an apple tree takes years for that apple tree to grow and to bring that food to market and you have no no guarantee that it was gonna want to buy this new apple you invested in so enter this new sort of economic development called apple clubs I just sort of a collective they operate almost like franchises so an apple gets developed and it is only like intellectual property and only a limited number of licenses are sold to a limited number of growers of this control supply and there's a license fee that's charge and then the the these collective the apple clubs band together to market the new varieties of apples and so they can sort of say go to the growers and say look the market's not going to be flooded so even though such huge demand in any one of you has this apple on top of that is me big marketing push behind this apple and so I promise you people will buy it if you grow it and that has really changed things he doesn't change things with honey crisp honey Chris came into the picture and suddenly people are paying two and three and four times as much for apples because the apple was so good and that made that that set a light bulb often a lot of people's heads and they thought we could be making a lot more money off of apples so apple breeding and Saturday Night Live wasn't actually that far off right soft versus Chris sweet versus tart read verses yellow those are all the factors when you set out to create a new apple you first and think about like what's the target was the goal here what people want in an apple right so there's there's texture there's choosing yes there is the sweetness verses in relation to tiredness there's crunch and that's you know it's it's the thickness of the scandal and also how that plays with the texture firmness of the interior is those two things you may not have thought of this before but the next time you bite into an apple you will as your teeth Pierce the skin and get into the flesh of the apple it is that pairing between the snap of the skin and the density of the interior that together form the textual experience because I've thought about this a lot Brian some people think about the constitution and you think of the right words thanks to those people that I have the freedom to talk about apple's phone lines six Michelle in Somers New York you're on WNYC hello hi how are you I have a question about apples for apple pie I just recently saw recipe that said you should use different types of apples and not stick with one type of apple for your pie and I thought that they could get different rate and some might be crunchy and some would be soft and I'm just wondering how that works so that's a I mean I I can't say for sure but that would make me nervous like you I feel like I'm I'm sort of a obsessive in the kitchen and I would have the same concerns I I feel like look there's a lot of good apple pie recipes out there I would say find the one that works for you the idea there's one rule of one kind of apple all the many out there that is the right kind of the right combination for apple pie I would say to me the biggest thing is just like you don't want an apple that's too sweet you want some tart in there you want a balance of flavors if you get that you'll be doing okay we have a question here in the green space right in the front row hi there full disclosure I love Macintosh apples so I'd love to know what the history is but also when one buys apple sauce in the supermarket what kind of apple for my eating those are two good questions and I don't have a great answer for you McIntosh has been around for a long time so it's safe to say that it came to be before the boom of the apple clubs you know apples were originally grown all over America to make cider a word for eating Johnny Appleseed planted apple trees all over the place that when people move to new areas of the country that be a lesson to drink because the work couldn't be sure the water would be safe to drink then the prohibition came and they need to rebrand apples and that's we get the saying an apple a day keeps the doctor away that was a marketing slogan that was made to get people to eat apples because before that they were only made use for cider I forget the second question but that's not a good answer some of the apple sauce I think that depends on the apple sauce you know but you know and also much double saw how much they want to be able to charge for the apple sauce let's go to carry on line to in Greenwich Village I carry on WNYC with and passionate great cartoon apple expert I love I only get apples from the farmers market so just at this time of year basically and I really love the new newish freedom snapdragon thank you Mister president have you had those I don't know that I've had the snapdragon the but I love the name and when we did a recent episode we did this on on the sparkle podcast recently we had a whole section it was it was devoted to apple naming which is now in itself a big business and the names are so elaborate and wonderful and that name is so evocative to me because you hear the word crisp and a lot of apples we have the new one the cosmic crisp there's the honey Chris but I like snap because then you're actually kind of better describes the experience of piercing the skin of the apple which clearly I'm kind of obsessed with Brian and so that's why I really love that that I love the name I'm already sold on it your psychologist was just telling me that you are obsession with now let me say about my mother Brian but this cosmic crisp apple was developed at Washington State University and I've read that the university of kind it's kind of borrowing a page from the clubs that developed other copy righted apples like just star exclamation point or ruby frost or a snapdragon right no that's exactly right so basically the growers in Washington state you know there's been this big revolution in apple's these apple clubs came into the picture honey crisp changes everything and the growers in out in Washington state is still stuck growing red delicious won't won't it's falling out of favor they can't sell it so they're getting nervous so Washington state says we're going to get our own washing State University I should say so we're gonna get our own breeding program and they spent twenty years and millions of dollars to develop the cosmic Chris when they said we're gonna play this club game to we're gonna own the apple and we're only going to license it to growers in Washington state and growers in Washington state went bananas for it twelve million trees have been planted all in preparation for the launch this fall it'll be in limited availability starting this fall winter than bigger next year but the grow is if you're so so the role was watching C. planted a lot of cosmic crisp and so they're wagering big time you know but there but because there's so many apple's coming there's also a huge marketing push coming and if all goes as planned she Washington State University will will stand to make about a hundred million dollars wow but you know kind of the opposite of the caller who was just talking about only getting apples from the farmers market and therefore only this kind of year farmers market varieties you know are also things like ash meets colonel and pink divide but this cosmic Chris is designed as a supermarket operator this is up there this is going to be a mass market apple Washington state you know but a definition of farmers markets I mean what is it a hundred miles hundred fifty mile radius from the market it has to be grown I think a rule east in New York and so obviously I know apples from Washington state could be a farmer's markets in New York as a look farmers market apples are great.
"dan pash" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"Real fresh dairy foods on your plate. That's undeniably dairy dot org slash devoted. We're back, and I have good news. This next story isn't exactly about poop. Okay. But it is related a while back. Dan, Pash men, the host of the sport full podcast and a past guest here at the longest shortest time. He told me he really really needed to tell me something. But he wanted to make sure that the story would be captured on tape recorded. Yeah. Yeah. We normally do Hillary. But today we're doing what's up with Dan. With dan. What's up? Okay, dan. So I grew up in suburban New Jersey, and we had this tradition in my family Sunday mornings. My dad would take me my brother for breakfast. And it would always be either the diner or McDonald's. If we went to McDonald's. My dad row is get the F mcmuffin and he'd eg Muffin. And then what happened to that? If we get in the car to drive home, which is short drive. But I have a very vivid memory of those car rides home. Of my dad's farts. It was a very specific odor very sharp. Like, you know. You know, a piercing sort of a smell. It was so furic I think this sort of process McDonald egg was in there. There was something kind of like a sharp funky cheese, aroma going on it's a coffee in McDonalds. And this is not a not messing around kind of far it even smelled hot. You know, like like you knew knew by the smell that it felt hot when it came out. In my sense memory. I haven't coded that smell as the McDonald's fart and like that smell of my dad's McDonald's, far it's like, it's state listening. Stay with you. The dad is the king af- arts. At least wasn't my family. Go on. Nothing worse than our entire lives. Yeah. Then a dad fart and. Yeah, I think I could still smell my dad's parts if I think about it. Oh, my. So just a few weeks ago. I'm in my kitchen kids are asleep doing the dishes and tiding up in the kitchen. My wife's in the next room doing some work. And I find it. Sorry, and I smelled my own fart. And it hit me this. Rush of nostalgia. And sense memory. It was a McDonalds far. It was my dad's McDonald's. Hey, did you did you have McDonalds had not had McDonald's? I don't know. I remember what I ate. I just know that this was identical. I had farted my dad's fart. How'd you senior dad recently? We're mostly microbes. Like the exchange bacteria with your family members? No, no. I have not seen him. I had not seen him recently. I can think of is it must be like, yes. Like, we share DNA, and perhaps there were other foods than made him that. But I just never made the connection as a child age that he was when he used to be farting those far, exactly exactly. And then hours later it's bedtime. I go upstairs. I'm brushing my teeth getting ready for bed. My wife comes up. She comes into the room. And she goes you're not going to be what just happened. I said what she goes. I just started a fart, and it's meld, exactly. Like, my mom's farts. I believe this. I swear to you. I. Here's the thing that I really took away from my end. My wife's channeling our parents through farts experience. As much as it was kind of strange and a little unsettling to have the presence of your parents. Both of our our parents are are still with us, thankfully, but to have their presence. So like viscerally summoned through our own bodies was a powerful experience. I kid you not I actually had the thought when they're gone. This might be all we have left of them. This is how we will reconnect with them. This is how we will feel like they're still with us through the McDonalds fart. Did you tell your dad? I haven't talked about this with him yet. We haven't we haven't broached this this top- topic on relationship. Yeah. As your parents get older their own mortality becomes a sensitive subject. And so the idea of the I, you know, I don't know how he would feel about knowing that I will remember him through his farts. Yeah. Maybe one day after funeral union. Wife can go to McDonald's drive-thru together. Buys many ethnic muffins. They'll
"dan pash" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"The one real music and the song was in show so quiet it's on the same well it's the other one's going to get loud and how long oh i the real thing about an hour by well we got some bad news for the show spoke full it's a really cool fun food show that has a special episode coming up so sport pal's this podcast is not not for foodies it's for eaters and it's hosted by this guy dan pash man who's a cool funny guy to listen to and i have to break his heart because unfortunately they sent us this ad to read and they accidentally included the rules for the two rebel bad boys may i read the first part of that whole read please please and then it has the rules in it and it says you might know award winning actor alan alda from and then it's a prentice he's part looks like a bow yes yes if you it shoot almost imagine that i was smiling and then i started walking with anti gravity boots up the wall until i was turned sideways or you do that face it sometimes in the heart movie teaser there's like somebody looking at you and then the tipping their faith to the side they come play with me all the way over now i'm a mile yes and it says pick one or two mash the west wing the aviator excetera oh i'm sorry sport full we're actually going to do all three we're gonna do and we're going to do every single movie he's ever done so i guess if you really wanted us to follow the rules and only do one or two you would've said hey name some of your favorite alan all the projects and we probably would've just don't want to tell me that i have to and you only give me three you're gonna find out exactly what eleanor doing all so i all devoted a lot of his life to studying how we communicate he was the president and canadian bacon and he was wanamaker the boss in what women want and he even has a podcast about it that that launches next week he was the senator and a ater so he's playing a lot of these like guys who are the boss and he was in that movie tower highest i think he was the boss and that well yeah arthur shaw this week he's on a special episode of the sport full podcast and he was in bridges buys the show that's not for foodies but eaters and
"dan pash" Discussed on Planet Money
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from 23 in me a personal genetic service helping people understand their dna learn more at 23 in me dot com slash money quick warning this absurd contains one curse word so the other day i go to a bar o'keefe's it's a standard irish bar in brooklyn with someone who i thought was a friend dan pashmina you thought wrong alex and we got into an argument yeah that's true i am telling you it is a real thing that happens just about every time so to it you're telling me when you drink cheap vodka you have an allergic reaction when you drink expensive vodka your fine i am allergic to cheap vodka that is my claim when i drink cheap vodka my my face turns read it gets a little hard to breathe like just a little it's not like it's gonna kill nook and on by it he you doubted my own personal claims about my own personal health look no fence alex but i am just really skeptical okay i cover food for a living and i can tell you that vodkas are pretty much all the same in fact they have to be and then who thinks otherwise as falling for one of the great sales jobs in modern history hello welcome to plan planet money i'm dan pash men host of this pork full food podcast and on alex goldmark today on the show we're going to find out who is right we will put fancy vodka to the test we're going to go and find out how vodka is actually made clear the story of the marketing genius who created the whole concept of superpremium vodka we will make our own vodka ample placenta to elapse co measures up we're talking plans in burners lab coats liquor scientists and alex's face yeah.
"dan pash" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"dan pash" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"How do you read moffitt while that question is actually more important than you might think and here to discuss the psychology of muffin eating is dan pash mun of the sparked full podcast dan how are you i'm good chris how you doing so what are you anxious about this week i'm not feeling too anxious this week but i am feeling you know it's winter time and i have an association with muffins and cold weather to me this is muffins season and muffins are good any time of year but this is primoften making season and i have a lot of opinions muffins really that's really i'm shocked yeah but before we get to the opinions i have a pop quiz for you you ready for the pop quiz i'm ready there are five states that have designated an official state muffin number takeout virginia because they copied and other states arbor jinya so a redan of four now i'm gonna give you the four states that i'm gonna say a muffin in your to match the muffin to the state how are i'm glad this is not for money go ahead the states are new york massachusetts minnesota and hawaii okay first muffin blueberry a although the massachusetts incorrect minnesota correct okay the third grade class in south tears elementary in crowd in minnesota petitioned to have the blueberry muffin made their state muffin next muffin chris all right the corn muffin uh corn muffin massachusetts correct sucker what made you say that well biggest corn was a key ingredient back in the early colonies in uh i would think corn would me go in massachusetts certainly probably not with a white right and according to the website of the commonwealth of massachusetts these school children in the state petitioned the state legislature and it was made official on may 27th nineteen '86 esi quite wearing any of your kids part of the great corn muffin petition immigration eighty celtics kids have other things to do than petition the state about how funds amid estate ride gridiron must state pride should we work on their math okay witness the third one.
"dan pash" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know
"All right quick this or that round for he alex cronut sir raindrop cakes oh i love dominique and so i have to pick krone i shake checker in and out india now i love shake sad and that's thirty and wrong of that's political whisky or wine wine okay and finally brunch no i i don't like any meal period that groups to god love you want them for and ferry all right let's get back to our game would you please welcome our next guest dan pash men it in a stephen houria very well thank you we know you as the host of the sport full podcast which is an excellent podcast about about food and how to eat it what is your tagline have a grave tagline i would say it's not for foodies it's for eaters so what you have worse than i tell something we don't know well stephen have you ever dipped to chip in dip have i ever dip the chip what kind of a american identify said you may go to dip the chip into the guacamole and what happens sometimes but could get a little too greedy with the dyp what happens to your chip i mean it's a chip casualty break sockets enwright lives in the dep and then you're embarrassed and you have to go back with a layer of eight chips at a carded and really civil angrily and then eat that awkwardly in the corner in the bathroom alone and cut back to the igc right we call that move saving private ryan but currently we've all been scarred by the trauma.
"dan pash" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Coming up next week unfree comments radio the first of a threepart series it we're calling bad medicine because medicine as wonderful in lifesaving as it can be is also been a house of horrors the practices that at some point in history people thought were actually medically legitimate included drilling holes and the people skulls lobotomies uh the practice of bloodletting things like mercury which we know are downright toxic but that kind of stuff is all ancient history write it is patently obvious to me that future generations will look at what we're doing today and ask themselves what was grandpa thinking you'll hear how a lot of medical research excludes at least half the population they only studied the efficacy on males had no females an advocacy study and you'll hear about the rise of evidencebased medicine and i think the strength of the field is that it's able to question itself and try to produce better evidence that's next time on economics radio for economics radio is produced by wnyc studios and governor predictions this episode was produced by caitlyn pierce our staff also includes allison haakan berry merrick jacob gregory's i'll ski stephanie tam elisa lambert emma morgenstern harry huggins and brian you tears thanks to dan pash men of the sport for podcast and his producer and sani for bringing us this idea.
"dan pash" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"That would be one thing yeah but allegations of sexual harassment you know bad behavior sort of an negative office dynamics that sort of thing that is another thing so i like say the other you know like you sure action stand leading big but they don't nick negate each other's them yet dozen they don't you at the antiinflammatory out awesome feminist she oh she called herself and then expect to get a pass on the other staff the ideas and please don't do the other stuff so i like to say i'd like women to be as free to be terrible ceos and anders as men rbi there's lots of men to who do all of that i think free to be terrible i think that she like it doesn't gator actions like she did do a lot of things uh sort of sparked a lotta competitors and trying to light at like a taboo part of the industry and like that is negated by the fact that whatever her business practices were still going to happen once a month for women so market that in their he'd gone are you guys already did you guys so happy we ended on free bleeding okay topix number three for this segment i was joined by dan pash men in andrew heaton the brain's fixation on the short term is hurting politics like my clever title that i ripped exactly from an article call the brain's fix asian on the short term is hurting politics look to the topic for last.
"dan pash" Discussed on The Big Listen
"Is oprah i could have listened to her talk for a hundred years okay so so that's a that's a pretty good collection of people who have pike as people who should have podcasts i mean there are probably people we could get to who shouldn't have podcasts but they're plenty legend apology yeah uh let's see us it though never never lindsay weber end bobby finger are the both of the podcast who weekly from had gums to find out about their show or any of the shows we had the review hit up big listen dot org it's got the details well we've almost reached the end of this week's episode don't worry you don't have to grab a handke for before we let you go john r e h fly tiger v 60second mapping of the i tune shirts but we are not looking a number one or even number one hundred we're looking and number two eighty nine which in a massive field of tens of thousands was actually pretty great lakes this week is on a who goodness a pleasure to get myself organiz for this this week to eighty nine is the sports full from wnyc studios is hosted by agend named dan pash men and it is uh he calls it a show that is not for foodies but for either in who among us is not either so i guess is for us i listen to an episode with conan o'brien psychic anti richter issuers and food is we should and they talk about how and director didn't by a porsche.