19 Burst results for "Fettuccini"

"fettuccini" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"fettuccini" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Slow traffic through the eight twenty interchange but it opens up again as you approach long Avenue headed towards downtown I'm Daniel bam your next report is at nine eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen continued sunshine and heat for your Sunday look for mostly sunny skies high temperature should make is about one oh one with the heat index ranging from one oh five to a hundred and ten so be sure to stay hydrated protect yourself if you plan on being outside a heat advisory will stay in effect until seven PM on Monday will continue heat Monday and Tuesday will likely see the low one hundred through Tuesday the upper nineties by Wednesday will continue sunshine Wednesday through the end of the week I'm in B. C. five weather expert kisha burn right now partly cloudy eighty three degrees of KRLD morning news continues at nine ten nine J. R. Colby me it's the next sure sign of fall the state of Texas state fair of Texas is out with the finalists for the foods that will compete for the best show in a couple of weeks Caro these David Rankin asked Carissa Khandan condo Yanni's from the state fair of Texas how this all starts art in early July we had forty nine entries which then got narrowed down to thirty three and the semi finals and now we're down to the top ten with five and five Avery so in the favorite category will this Wall Street room we have the calypso islands triple Bernice price per embryo Bruce stuff pride Mexico in the southern fried chicken fettuccine.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Hi we're here from curiosity dot com help you could smarter in just a few minutes on Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer today you learn about why a normal body temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit why Mars Rovers should look for rocks that looked like Fettuccini and how often you should replace your toothbrush was brush off some curiosity rented. Have your mind blown a normal body. Temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius. It turns out that the old ninety the eight point six degree rule of thumb is a result of outdated science that nobody thought that question until relatively recently the temperature. You're probably familiar with came from the eighteen sixty eight publication titled the course of temperature in diseases by German physician named Carl Reinhold Goose Wunderlich. This book was a big deal because buner lake had analyzed a ridiculously massive data set to come up with the findings in it as in several million temperature records of around twenty five thousand in patients after he analyzed the data he wrote this historic statement quote when the organism is in a normal condition the general temperature of the body maintains itself at the physiologic point thirty seven degrees Celsius or ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit unquote also concluded that the upper limit of the normal body temperature was one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit or thirty eight degrees Celsius and anything above that counted as fever every check of a thermometer touch burning forehead and prescription of fever reducing drugs hearkens back to this eighteen sixty eight book and lunar licks data set was so big. Nobody really questioned it until almost a century later in a nineteen fifty study researchers recorded quartered an average temperature as low as ninety seven point eight and in one thousand nine hundred to researchers found an average temperature of about ninety eight point two degrees Fahrenheit those studies used smaller data sets but then again it's nearly impossible that buner like had actually. I analyzed all the data he collected because he didn't have a computer even if he had the principles statistical analysis didn't make their way into general use until decades after he'd published his book and there's no evidence that voter like knew about those principles not to mention he took his temperature readings before the thermometer scale was standardized which happened about a decade after his death. We're not saying Lunar Lake was a bad scientist after all. He did establish that a fever is a symptom of a disease not a disease itself. That's a win. We're just saying that even the most respected science still needs to be double checked scientists only valuable with a system of checks and balances. No result is above a second look. According to a new NASA funded study that appeared in astro biology the next commissions to Mars should be on the lookout for rocks that look delicious. I'm talking about rocks that looked like Fettuccini Pasta and here's a fun fact. The formation of these types of rocks here on earth is controlled by ancient bacteria that thrive in environments similar similar to Mars as reported by universe today this bacteria which is known as and I will do my best to pronounce this so for a hydrogen I._B._M.. Yellowstone N._C.. Or Sofer I- nice thanks belongs longs to lineage that evolved over two point three five billion years ago it uses sulfur and carbon dioxide as energy sources thrives in heat and extremely low oxygen environments and can withstand exposure to ultraviolet light in hot hot springs the microbe assembles itself into strands and promote the crystallization of calcium carbonate rock more commonly known as travertine which gives it. It's pasta like appearance. The unique shape instructor are a result of the so Farai Ferai bacteria forming into chains to prevent from being washed away the chains allowed them to remain fixed to rock formations and absorb nutrients from the hot springs. This behavior makes it relatively easy to detect when conducting geological surveys and would make it easy to identify when searching for signs of life on other planets Bruce Faulk is a professor of geology and lead researcher on the NASA study and he collected samples from mammoth hot springs in Yellowstone National Park using sterilized. Pasta forks of all things and then analyzed the microbial genomes to figure out the organisms metabolic needs the team also examined the bacteria's rock building capabilities and from the proteins on the bacterial surface dramatically increase how fast last calcium carbonate crystallizes in and around the strands in fact they figured out that these proteins cost crystallization at a rate that is one billion times faster than any other natural environment on the planet a little over a year from now Nasr's Nasr's Mars Two Thousand Twenty rover will be heading to the Red Planet to carry on the hunts for life. According to the researcher the rover should be on the lookout for this type of bacteria and the resulting rock formations as they would be an easily discernible bio signature and and definite evidence of the presence of alien microbes because everybody likes carbs even Aliens Shirt Mama Mia. Today's episode is sponsored by butcher box. You choose from four curated boxes exes or customize your own box and every month butcher box will send you at least nine to eleven pounds of meat delivered straight to your door so actually I let butcher box pick the meat they sent me and they sent me some New York Strip steaks and we're really thick. I don't usually by cuts of meat that ED thick and yet it was super delicious it seriously was we better than most of the grocery store yes that New York Strip was amazing and right now. Butcher box is offering juicy flavorful grill ready one hundred percent grass-fed beef burgers perfect for any summer cookout butcher box burgers are.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"They go like your art. My is that no that's British. Australians like to go drink flavored milk uh-huh and pay there you go. That's better way better behave to pay PU. Are Gimme a white Pu Dutch. That's how about German did did you have to poo pool or the nothing makes me on when I see a peak load of poo poo on my chest oh I am. I am very into scatological play but I don't say Shaiza because it's a little bit to adult of term. I like Poo Poo. It makes it feel a little bit more innocent. Even though my people are stained with original sin of what we did in the Second World War. Do you have to do pool that was Kinda cool as at a certain moments a loss accent and it became the Chinese accent that I wouldn't do earlier your turn your Italian of an Italian audible. That's pretty good do more the meeting all the people okay okay they come to Rome. Well welcome to roam. You know what I can get a mind tonight. We have a special. It's a it's a Fettuccini. What a Fettuccini what affair to tune? It's a fair chain in a light poo poo sauce. Give me a country country America. There's regional okay okay. Can you do like a screws me. No pardon me I got a slice of pizza righty. I got a slices races. I got a brand new Cadillac. I ate the pizza I got into the Cadillac. I'm driving up to West Nyack and you know what I gotTa. Pull over because guess what Daddy's got a pooh-pooh. Can you Russian. Yes the terrifying do your rush rush Russian accent small for just feels little more Russian. Though you have to people I would say go like this. Do you have to do bully will have to put my name's borders. I come from Russia and in Russia we have something called the vodka pupils. You're doing too much vodka and we can. I say something being an asset the end already I hate it. I don't it's not call the pooh-poohed. You don't like Russia. POOP WHO's you. That's a joke. That wasn't funny. I'll give you but you also didn't get okay what else we got Russia. I think we're good move on. This is is called a bit okay. Let's take a few calls. Natasha and I consider ourselves essentially relationship experts we've traveled around the country giving relationship advice to hundreds and hundreds of couples and we've been married for anywhere between five and seven years. We've been married for an indeterminate amount.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Q95

"Lasagna chicken parm and fettuccine Alfredo bingo that's the way and also just a solid and all the bread sticks you can so now you're telling me out eat again our nineties they call the olive garden the G. and the G. stands for gluten and goodness alright I'm not have any hot water sauce another just could you just baby wave some hot dog water okay I thought it was the end of the pasta visual sal and their salads and salad cool moss visually liquor always liquor it's pronounced visual I don't know no wonder I got as to legalize the so I can order this whatever this is called those little non got a total okay good yeah I mean it sounds good to me they've got like lasagna desert to with chocolate call chuckle nine years on the lot yeah now it might not aware of I don't know where you get food chain and when you're eating what by my six year old of course by your family like are you gonna hate that really here in order that no because I'm paying okay yeah they they don't like to have a vehicle all the three year of the six year old do you lord that over them when you're paying I'm saying no no they couldn't care less they have no idea what's going just assume do they have a favorite place where they go to every day if they could you know absolutely what chick fillet really I have never been to check until they would be there every day all you had never been to take flight recently I mean sandwich whoa what it wants to what did you can you never had what into you left home what was it like all yeah restaurant food or some more I never had pizza till I was in like the eleventh grade while the red Chinese and of the first in a Chinese food I was a senior in high school did you guys handed you a Sean laws that your mom always cook at home always general area six o'clock good martini in hand waiting for man at the door no my father could not cook them at all but he well his hand was in fact Ireland when he had polio when he was twenty one the servi.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"By the way, this blue Sarah girlfriends mind, when she had the first time is French fries with shredded fettuccine on top. It's at every bar, and you get it in. It's it sounds like such a little twist but it's so good. It's such a game changer. So definitely that you can have tons of different meats at a lot of restaurants. What you have is something called mesh on Scotta and directly translated. That means mixed meats, like mixed grill mixed grilled meats, and I would say, like order that because you're gonna come with like. Five or six different varieties, like tube meats, and like other grilled deliciousness and just try it. And then if you like something grab like a be like, hey, what is this? And then they'll tell you and then you can just get it everywhere. Right. We have like Bulgarian meatballs, which we call data and they are they're different than like most meatballs in other parts of the world because we put things in them. So it's not just like a ball of meat, but it's got like spices and onions and stuff like that in there, a lot of Greek things that you'll probably recognize the moussaka, or like D'Amato's, if you know that is in Greek. So we have around name from in, in Bulgaria, but you'll recognize him as D'Amato's the grape like rolled Leafs. If you're feeling adventurous, this is something that people don't like it I, but then give them a couple of like just try it a couple times, and everybody loves it. And that's a thought and thought is Vive had to Tiki. Yep. So like the yogurt. Ada cucumbers is the soup version of that, so interest. Okay. All right. So you're, you're already on. All right. Yeah. So it's watered down yogurt with olive oil and like salt and garlic. And then they give very finely chop cucumbers with Dylan top. And I know how that sounds like I know that me telling you does not sound great. But dude, it is so good. It's so good. And then the other thing this is the real the real culinary challenge. I think for a lot of foreigners something called Kim bed. Shutterbugs skin pitches. Loved the names, man, that's a challenge in and of itself, getting that ordered. Yes. So she Kim bitch by is essentially, like stomach soup directly translated, and it's tripe if you've ever had tripe shore. Yeah, I have in Italy and stuff like that. Yep. Okay. So this is essentially, it's a milky spicy broth with tripe inside and that you get like this gets better and better when I when I like explain it, you get, as a side it like a very normal thing to put in. It is actually like vinegar, garlic. So you have like garlic that's been soaking in vinegar, and you like scoop it in there without this is what you drink..

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525 - Nutrition Tips for New College Grads

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:09 min | 1 year ago

525 - Nutrition Tips for New College Grads

"Pushing Hello and welcome. To the nutrition diva podcast. I'm your host, Monica reindel. And today, I have a special episode with some tips for new grads. Today's episode is supported by Liverpool Los Angeles, offering premium denim for under one hundred dollars. No matter your body type or shape, you will comfortable in Liverpool jeans. They have the perfect amount of stretch adapting to your body, but also keeping their shape all day and Liverpool also offers a broad selection of trousers tops, blazers jackets, great colors and styles. Get twenty five percents off your purchase when you use the code diva twenty-five at Liverpool jeans dot com that's Liverpool jeans dot com with the code diva twenty five. It's may and that means that a whole bunch of you just graduated from college. Congratulations. Now, whether you're going to be starting a new job or going on to grad school heading overseas or even moving back in with mom and dad, this is a great opportunity to establish some healthy, new routines and habits and this week. I have some tips. For new grads on how to start this new chapter of your life on the right foot? Even if time money and space are tight step one is to set up a healthy kitchen. You certainly don't need a kitchen full of expensive appliances and high end cookware in order to make healthy meals in terms of cookware start with just a couple of saucepans one medium sized and one large and eight to ten inch Skillet preferably one that can go in the oven or under the broiler a big mixing bowl, which also doubles as a salad bowl a baking dish like the one your mom uses for lasagna and a larger. AM d- baking sheet, that's pretty much all you need. Now. My desert island list of essential cooking implements would also include to sharp knives. One large one small a whisk a box greater a vegetable peeler, a stranger or a colander a pair of tongs and a rubber spatula step to now that you've got your kitchen equipped. It's time to stock that pantry. Here's some tips for grocery shopping like appro, I suggest starting in the produce section and choosing whatever's particularly fresh appealing, and or well priced, but as you make your selections think about what you might serve with each one of those, and whether you might need any additional items for those meals or recipes, for example, is kale on sale this week will why not throw together a hearty, kale and white bean soup. So now, be sure to grab an onion or two before you leave the produce section and make a mental note to pick up some white beans when you get to that I'll or. Or if you're as easily distracted as I am at the grocery store, you might wanna make an actual note on your shopping list. Now, there's nothing more demoralizing than buying a bunch of fresh food. And then having it spoil before you get to it. If you're only going to get to the grocery store once or twice a week, be sure to buy some ingredients with a longer shelf life and then plan to consume the short-lived stuff first fresh fish, for example, should ideally be eaten the day, you buy it. But frozen shrimp can be kept in the freezer until you need them berries, fresh herbs and delicate lettuces may only keep a day or two but apples citrus fruit winter squash. Any kind of frozen vegetables will keep much longer as you get more comfortable in the kitchen you'll quickly. Discover the wisdom of keeping certain basic items in stock all the time for example, having a couple of versatile cheeses on hand makes it easier to whip up last minute meals and particularly handy options include fettuccine to crumble. On salads mozzarella to sprinkle on homemade pizza, and maybe a brick of cheddar or Monterey, Jack for a quick case DEA or for Totta, the other foods that I always keep on hand include eggs, dried and canned beans, canned tomatoes, canned tuna or salmon chicken stock rice keen, while Bulger or any other kind of whole grain some pasta olive oil balsamic vinegar when I use the last of any one of those immediately put it on my list to by the next time. I met the store you would be amazed at how many different meals can be concocted out of this shortlist of Staples. Plus some fresh vegetables now before we go onto steps three and four award from this week's sponsors. I wanna tell you about another podcast. I think you'll really like it's called savvy psychologist every week. Dr Ellen Hendrickson shares evidence based research to help you get through life's challenges. Just like my show it's short and sweet full of. Article tips that you can take with you. There are great episodes that answer questions, you might have wondered about like, why do we often feel so much better when we get out of the house and into nature, and when we feel disappointed and discouraged by things in our lives. Like, for instance, underperforming on our goals. What's the best way to deal with that? And how can you tell whether you should keep

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Yeah. Okay. There's going to be cleavage, but first you have to walk through this Chinese restaurant graveyard, women Arina stir Yang's, I think completely unexpectedly, but maybe in retrospect understandably, particularly in in its location, you know, and I I guess it functions as sort of super tame strip club. Right. It's like a no nudity. The deal Christian suburban dads who can't go to the strip club. But one of these something with the boys that feels allude on the edge is that who's going to hooters? I am magin. Although so the original owners like sold the brand it sold again at sold again and each new level of Inc. It became more and more professional the owners group became more and more professional hooters continued to expand until in in our own time. There are over four hundred thirty hooters locations worldwide. So if it's demographic is just Christian dads that can't go to a strip club. The world is full of them. What's it doing Dubai and thank cock and Barcelona explain a hooters to someone who has never been in which are hopefully includes one hundred percent of the far distant future. Well, or maybe all restaurants in the future are hooters. It's like idiosyncrasy. Entirely possible that future links are als and hooters, take a completely different. Meaning we just made fun of their asymmetrical. Is there like a horse? My left is a little saggy. That's just how some als are not being so normative, so ocular normative. Hooters is a chain restaurant which liked all chain restaurants services. Serves a menu of weird sort of appetizer based foods hot spicy, chicken wing, served based foods. I went I went into a restaurant at one point on tour years and years ago that was down in South Carolina somewhere and on the menu was some sort of chicken fettuccini, you know, it was a menu that pot wings. Nachos potato skins onion rings, chicken fettuccini. Tacos. You know? And I said to the waitress is this like an afraid o- or what is this chicken fettucini is like red sauce? I'm just trying to get a sense of what I'm about to order, and she said, well, I mean, it's a fettuccini base off. And I was like fettuccini based sauce yet. And she meant Alfred. Oh, right. They've ground up fettuccine pasta and put it over the. Fettuccine? It's like feeding chicken Gupta chickens. So every part of the fettuccini. I think that it is a sort of, you know, it's very recur sive food like you've seen onion rings as an appetizer. Yeah. But what if we made it entree size by deep frying, a whole onion? Yeah. This is this is appetizer based cuisine ABC. Always be always be truing lead attorney. By the way, my kids are huge snobs about not going to chain restaurants. And I think it's because there's not a whole lot within the city limits of city with expensive rent like Seattle won't Seattle. Traditionally I think excluded a lot of chains by virtue of zoning there's like redlining. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I we were keeping on minorities. But then we turned our wrath on Applebee's. If you want to go to a Red Lobster you have to go to Tacoma, Washington. And I don't think that there's a WalMart within Seattle city limits. You have to go to Renton. I mean, there were some covenants that prohibited like the Broadway business district. There was a Taco Bell grandfathered in for a long time. But I guess there's a subway up. My problem is that I'm creating this. I'm certainly not taking my kids to apple back or PF changs. Even we'll to people like when they say that I feel if I feel like a terrible person. They're like we can't go to PJ Friday. Yeah. You've made it into knob snobs. Mr. -'s awful. My kids are awful. Two people of the future or or rather to future Ling's of whatever stripe. They may be living in a post chain restaurant universe. But in our time, it was a kind of an innovation that began in the nineteen fifties where people franchised restaurants. So that you had you could have a reliable and dependable similarity between different restaurants as you travel narratives for the diner in new automative, America..

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"And then the waitress comes over with tiny little cups tiny little folding, plastic cups of fruit loops in front of the girls and their best restaurant ever. Yeah. Of course. Good move. That's good waitress. That's very good waitress. That's smart. I wish I could remember the name of the place because it really leave. You are down so much has a hot syrup. Like dispense hot syrup on tap. Yeah. And fruit loops in tiny cups on on demand. Yeah. Chew. That's right. I feel like okay. I don't know if this is real. But I think maybe draining. I think this is maybe a dream. Okay. Guys. If you know this place, it's an oak park, Illinois lettuce now who'd be very helpful to have you ever eaten the warbler in Chicago. I don't believe. So what is really good just talking Chicago restaurants, man, it's super good. And they have a lot of really really yummy veggies Pesca -tarian options. Yes, Brown dare. Not with mushroom and fettuccine was like with Brown. Butter sauce. Do. Ooh. Next level. Is it a little sprinkle of Karsh pepper on? It course got to give it a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Super yon the towns. Great everything brand dad brand odd. Yeah. They have Brenda. They're super YoM underserved. Lemon thing. I'm hungry. No. I'm starving. My mouth frothing. So now, I just wanna eat these things. I'm sorry. That's okay. Well, why don't you go to that? Why don't you go to that? I I don't don't know know the. the. So I say if you should read this one if you want to because it's a it's a good one. It's a good one. I felt like it wasn't as scary as stranger with my face now. And it doesn't do any like the sad stuff. No, sad stuff stuff, really anywhere, and like anytime, and she gets into a way more in the interview to but all of the talk of like ESP makes me think a lot of who killed who killed my daughter. So the name of that book. Really that directive question, I think it is. Yeah. Hold on the nonfiction book lowest Dunkin wrote about dealing with the death of her daughter where she It Dada. is. She enlists the help of like psychics, and like all kinds of. Non-traditional forms of investigating and like, she it's a weirdly racist book and just like, I don't know just watching her grasp at like these straws these like tiny little slivers of meaning from people who are telling her that like they're getting messages from the other side. And like that book is just so sad. Yeah. That like, it's just sad and racist isn't all that much. And so like any anytime that the ESP stuff came up. I don't really like this. But it's not really ESPN keep calling it ESPN s and keep doing keeping. They won't. It's not it's just like sensitivity to go. Yeah. Which I enjoy a little more totally. Is actually I wanted to bring this up. The there's sorry keeping us to. No, no, no. I'm making sure I know what book reading next week so stranger with my face. Also has this of like does low dunk Cava thing about being kicked out of her own body because like stranger as astral projection where the the twin girls twin twin her her dead twin out of her own body. Yeah. And I think that is I think that's a trope that she's really interested in. Yeah. Because. Yeah. Because it is scary, right? To like be to realize that you were not in control to lose. Atonomy is scary. Scary shit. Yeah. So yeah. No. I'll back the play. It's a good. It's a good book. It was a fun read. I read it real quick fast raid real fast, very fast. It was good. I'd missed Lois. Duncan. I really enjoy her style of writing. It's very easy to digest. And it's still really pretty like the thing. I read about the the wind. Yes. You can be really poetic sometimes kind of comes out of nowhere, but never feels out of place..

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"fettuccini" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And then Friday for the general public. I'd like to see him. And it's a great show. You haven't seen? I've only seen him with Billy. Joel I've never seen him. It's a pretty good show. That was really awesome. But yeah, Billy Joel in town. So little throwback Thursday four zero four eight seven zero seven fifty one eight hundred WSB talk Marco in lilburn. We we gotta get that again longer. Pop that up here. Nice and loud. Lemon fair. What's going on Marco not much? How you doing? I bless her was cooking much at home. Just cooking some seafood pasta, national fettuccini Alfredo day. And really. Yeah. Rainey from the digital. Jess just ordered a bunch for us. So it's it's in route for national policy. This one's. Yeah. This guy actually, I want to talk about this. So I love it off radio. It's delicious. Do you like fettuccini and get it with my chicken parm instead of the spaghetti as a side? It's so good. But that's what I have to do. Like, I can't eat that as a meal because I'll be out of commission for a good eight days, it it just kills me is their food that you love that. You just can't eat. Wow. I guess there's a Peruvian dishes. I liked it. I think we talked about it before. It's that's right. You know, does it mess your stomach up? No nothing much like something that you're doesn't agree with your your system your body. Now, you're lucky like that. I get a lot is there. Anything can. There's not that. I know of and I'm a picky eater. There might be something. But I can't think of anything love that. But it makes me sick. Yeah. Like fettuccini Alfredo. I can do a side of it like longoria with the chicken parm, but as a whole meal forget about it. Another thing our milkshakes. That's what I don't like if you're lactose intolerant. Well, it's it's it's it's lactose. It's sugar. It's I don't know. It's it's wieght. But I I just power long. I just fight through it. Is there is there a food? You love that. You just can't eat for me. It's fettuccini Alfredo. I'm gonna eat it. Now, of course, because we're getting it, but fettuccine Alfredo milkshakes. I can't. Can't deal with that four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred WSB talk when we come back. Remember the other day, we talked about my buddy who had a dad had another family..

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"fettuccini" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on The Starters

"Now, just as a daily thing because it makes you feel great. What is it be vitamins? I think she said the zinc in there as well. Let accounts. Let's say. Vinegar weird. She didn't say that. But maybe there I was. felt so bad. I remember it because you do this a lot when you're out with j d you know, that's what you do. Whatever JD's drinking. Yeah. And keep up with. A number of times. Judgment. Like weird like, rum drinks. So yeah. Yeah. That was my second night in Vegas. Okay. Okay. Let's get to task ease late night five. Top five top one. Top five top five. Well, we saw our friend Yanni Gupo dunk on his countrymen Costa. Kufo very nastily. It was gross. He felt so bad about it afterward actually, saying, I know coasters mother, I know his family. How dare I do that to him? So. In honor of that. Here are the top five things about Greece that I'd bond with Yanni's over. Better. We can't find good Greek salad. Nowhere nowhere in this country. You put this in a salad. This is a feeler. We want veget-. Number four. We can't find good Zeki too thin to seek to gross. I go one place in Atlanta. Vat VAT Zeki with a push dispenser. You push. It. What comes out? Number three week, find good music like the one week here. No, All I I want want to to lead lead those. those. Tacky little banking. Poon Machi not do. We can't find good Bouzo. Also, we can't find a good number two number. What we can find our to goodies county County say. say the most Greeks are the ones who don't live in Greece because they come to our country US, and they are more and more proud they show up for Yanni's games. And they're very proud Greeks. So these things me and my. Bundle. Grosses back. Excuse me. You said you. This is a foreign. Clarify. What isn't a Greek salad? Greek salad is just what you can find in the village, and they don't grow lettuce. They don't grow cabbage. It's just straight. Good veggies. Cucumber tomato fettuccine onions are optional olive oil salt better per fettuccine. Good night. And you can throw some vinegar in there. It's just the lettuce is the issue. It's just filling it up. It's exactly there's a mound of lettuce underneath later. Four slices of cucumber don't want it. And what was that thing? When you're singing that song. What did that mean? Saginaw cusak. Inaki something something somebody. I mean. I substituted the word second. I say is what you order. It's fried cheese. They laid it on fire the appetizers. I mean, I substituted that in for the word Mckee, which is a it's a Greek Greek little tune kids to. Makia was which is. Yeah. But I just wanted to say that. And that you can't find a good second neck anyway. Do you have a good? Is there a good place in Atlanta? And honestly, we're struggling you've tried. Introducing Knicks food to go. Yeah. Got the hype. Yeah. It's just a little bit of a hole in the wall. But it's delicious. It's all matters. Speaking of a top five did you end up looking up five stars. I did actually. Yeah. Might be a good little spot to plug in. Okay. So well, so that would have been Friday, which was November second. Yes. So I'm disregarding everything that happened before. Then the first review in second is a one star review says not a four star review. Yeah. See I if somebody's gonna do. We saw the second review. Five stars. Still. The headline says I thought this was a golf podcast still fun though. Looking for Shane bake? Then we got we got we got some good five stars. Someone yelling at me because I said Jeff hardy has a boring. Come on. He's the charismatic. A my part of the legendary Hardie Boys the broken universe. Don't get. So caught up. I'm just trying to find the ones that are. Specifically referenced that it's a five star. Oh, this little everyone for leaving. These reviews there's quite a bit since reading five stars not enough D. That's the first. Oh, there you go. Nice. Why would you give it five stars? Then next line. I don't even like basketball. But I listen almost every episode of the starters for the banter and the insight. Great show guys. I'm.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Which is put on public television. Now for eighteen years. I can't believe it cooks country also in public television as well as another. Magazine crooks country publishing videos online cooking school websites all with the same goal. We want people to cook at home, and we want on spire people and we want to educate people. Yeah. And it seems like that's the main theme that you kind of do some of the legwork. So people don't have to go through mistakes that they might normally make when cooking do you think? That's what resonates most people. I don't buy the argument that sometimes out there in the media that people don't cook at home because they don't have time. I mean, let's get real. We've got time to spend on our phone and our devices, we've got plenty of time to cook. But what I think is discouraging for people is when they cook. And it doesn't come out very well. And that's because nobody taught them how to cook. And they may not have gotten very good recipe, or maybe they didn't really understand the recipe may the rest of you may have been fine. But they didn't know how to read it. And so what we're really dedicated to making sure happens at America's test kitchen is it when you take. Recipe into your kitchen, you're going to be successful. Because of the way we develop recipes because we're going to tell you which equipment you should be buying. We rate pots pans knives. Spatulas garlic presses we ingredients. So we're going to tell you go to the supermarket by this brand of chicken broth or this brand of chocolate because we've done blind taste tests. And we think it's perio- we don't take advertising, we're on public television. So we're really able to provide information that we think helps people be more successful than we know because we're always asking people through surveys, focus groups, our our our content working for your recipes working for you. And so that's the mission of America's test kitchen, and that's been the same for twenty five years. Yeah. I definitely think that you're right on that. I think that sometimes it's more out of a fear of messing it up that people don't approach it as opposed to a time thing, I would say that that has been issued for me. Listen. You probably didn't grow up. I mean, a lot of people grew up not cooking. You know? Maybe there were there's not a lot of cooking at home. And you know, the schools are not gonna kids how to cook. I mean, they've got nothing else to do with math and science and reading in art and literature. So, you know, we've yourselves as teachers to get people started in the kitchen one another thing that I loved that. You do you are the tasting lab expert on the show, and you help people find every top recommendations for everything from olive oil to fettuccine Stephen popcorn. How do you approach that? We get all the top rated brands. We do blind taste tests in our test kitchen, and then on television, what you're seeing is I'm bringing the best product and a couple of flawed products. So for instance, when we did a tasting of popcorn which seems really kinda silly bagged popcorn. Some of them were absolutely amazing. And some of them were soggy an awful, even though they were just freshly opened, and we found this expert believe it or not there is a leading expert at the university of Nebraska Lincoln who knows more about popcorn than you would ever wanna know who helps explain to us our results. So we really understood that some brands were popping in such a way that they were extra crunchy and some brands when they were popped because likely the variety of their moisture content left in the popcorn kernel. They were popping in such a way that they were more like styrofoam than crisp popcorn. Have you found? Maybe any consistent trends to where if you're at the store, and you're trying to pick between one brand in another any things that maybe can tip you off as to what might be better. Do not be fooled by fancy packaging, not answering your question. But I think the number one mistake people make is they think if the packaging is really nice. It means that they must have made something really good. Inside has no relation. I've pasted thousands of products. And sometimes it's a sign of quality and that carries through to how pretty the label is on is the packaging, but sometimes it's a sign they spent all their money on packaging, and you should forget about what's inside that bottler. That can I love it. I think that's a good tip that makes sense. And I think naturally our eyes are are kind of drawn to that. And we do fall for that a lot. Yeah. I mean, you know, I think if you get a sense that the product was made with Karen thought. So for instance, when it comes to olive oil, one of the easiest things you can do is see that it was grown pressed and bottled in basically, the same place, and that if you see olive oil that says contains oils from Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco, Tunisia. Well, that tells you that they were basically finding commodity oils, and that they were looking for the lowest price possible rather than, hey. This is an olive oil that was grown in northern California. Was pressed northern California. It was bottled in northern California its daily or Spain. And so I think you know, if it seems like it's a craft product where the people behind it really gave it some thought rather than a commodity product. That's always a sign that it's likely to be a better product that makes a lot of sense. Well, people can get advice like this and chat with host from America's test kitchen. And try a lot of food at this event America's test kitchen Seattle eats event that's going on next Saturday. 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"fettuccini" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"There's websites now where you can just like set it up real quick. Everybody signs up for day time and every day you'll have meals come to the door. Well, yeah, because you know this hard dude, it is hard, but whatever, whatever, you know that is already knows that she's listens fucking show. Rene, did MVP zones kitchen. I didn't do. I've slept on those kitchen to wanna go there like tonight getting the same. I didn't know yet. Anything about that. That restaurant, whatever from the outside, it just looks like a Pinera where you're just like a sweet dozen. It is a little bit, you know. Chain for sure. But like Buddha was granted. Freshen Shipman. I'm a big fan of that. The Mediterranean diet, you know, don't don't sleep on that either. Is that really? The thing is eight spills healthy? It is. I mean, if you look like after that after we got the zones chicken, those kitchen as our thing like, well, maybe this is good for all the things that you're not supposed to have breastfeeding wise and it's like they don't eat dairy really like fettuccini kind of things like that. Dairy that, yeah, no butter, anything just like olive oils and stuff like that. They season things with herbs instead of bunch of salt and pepper use yogurt instead of dairy. Like it's it's a real fish, lots and lots of fish, like in a Greeks diet like Twitter, so hot and like, look so good on. Maybe they're doing it right. I guess with the pitas isn't have that many carbs in it pita bread, the least bit of the carbs. Yeah, that's like the carb thing in that sort of like the little appetizer, we don't. You don't. They don't eat it the way we like bread at lake shore. Naming, it's like you have a little bit. You put some stuff on it, chicken, whatever. And I don't know. I think I just wanna be Greek. I think they're just so cool. Koor. No, and their diets in great in their homelands. Fucking beautiful party. Yeah, they're good hosts are being being overrun by immigration right now are one of our best friends is Greek and he's just like, Jesus man. It is fucking crazy over there. Yeah, they usually go every summer and I think they didn't go somewhere. They didn't go. That sucks. That's experts. Fucking food was good. I was surprised kitchen. Lee when you drive by, it's got like a wacky like fonts to it and bright colors. Like what? What is this Rasmi like islands burgers in that when ever be like maybe if it was the last place standing in like a hurricane or something like big, bright light. We're open maybe an whenever there's an over letter freaks me out. Like is Zoe's is I don't know a lot over the and I don't know how to pronounce. I don't wanna be an asshole with friends when you're out like what are you going to go? Let's go to zone and everybody starts laughing. It's so dumb to say, I love someone that buys food and leaves it at the thing. And I do love a casserole ladies, believe me. But gosh, it really is great, Russia hot piping, food scrapes. You don't have to think about what what went into the casserole. Kids are kids help us made. Our kids helped us homes. They watch their hands. Your favorites going on by the way, but. Burning man. Oh. Welcomed with open arms right now. Just breastfeeding naked burning winging around out in the desert with. Nineteen scarves on my personal nightmare is happening. I can always feel it too. I always know when burning man's happening because it's like I get this. So I don't fear. You've always hated. Burning man, I'm asleep, but some I look, I've never been. I was one of the people who's who said this on record that I, I'm willing to go and give it a shot to see what the hype all about. Here's what I found interesting about it is there's an article that's out that says will the orgy dome be banned at burning man this year. No, that was that was a thing in burning men. There was an orgy dome. Yes. Maybe maybe this making sense now it's still why people love it unregulated, right? Like you still can't sell anything. There's no vendors. It's a question Mark at the end of the Senate. So. Will it be very. Yeah. It says, I'm just gonna read this because this sounds so unbelievable that..

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"fettuccini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's not necessarily. The. Truth Greek fettuccine that we use the orangeade in linemates sodas are very popular in Greece and they're they're. Very good I no different than just a regular. Orange soda that you. Will get here and so, a lot of the, items that, you see, over in, Greece and can't, get here in the. State yeah how many times have you taken that trip to Greece I've been there for time and the first time that you open your eyes and you saw what Greece is. All. About that first experience can you describe it to us Oh. Man I was a twelve year old wide eyed kid let me tell you I survived on peanut butter and bread because I wasn't sure. About eating any of the food I. Peanut, butter, a lotta bread and drink a lot of milk. But I did fall. In love with their water now the watermelon over in Greece is much different than the watermelon No I don't know. If it's the soil the climate or what but it is different Wow Do you have family? There I do have my husband has an uncle who still lives there and several. Cousins I have several distant cousins that are. There, well we can't wait to get together with all of you again because you really are there such a feeling of family there when you go and and everybody the. Hospitality and in all that there, is I'll, tell you, know there's free, parking explain where you. Park I'm there's free parking at our church on our church, grounds and then we will have. Signs I'm, sorry there's parking on our church ground is five, dollars and then we will have free. Parking we'll have signs showing you where the free parking areas and you can take a shuttle and come on down from. There. Okay and what will be the first item that you wanna taste? At Greek? Fast, oh the first time I go for the buckle by. Sunday I love ice cream I love Bach lavar when you combine. The two I mean how can you go. Bad, you really can't you really can't I'll tell you for somebody like me that post on Instagram at all the festivals I go to truly the Greek food that I. Take pictures up very photogenic always, delicious and, it's just, a lotta fun, you'll have a great. Great time Friday four to ten Saturday eleven to ten and, then Sunday eleven to four that's. The twenty, four th through the twenty six it's Greek fest, twenty eighteen and that will be at. Holy trinity orthodox church once again at one hundred six street in Carmel and do you have any words of wisdom in. For. That that a Greek philosopher something some words of wisdom from Greek? Philosopher that. You, use on a day-to-day basis or from time to time Dude I don't know if it's worth a Greek philosopher but I am a firm believer dropped back in punt You just kind of go with the flow I'm not sure, that a Greek philosopher. Said that or. Not. But. I love it it's pretty awesome okay Marie Marie Cocco, Khalifa Sabaj ios she's. A one hundred percent Greek choosing and she's. The president and co. Chair of Greek fest twenty eighteen this year we're looking forward, to seeing you admission. Price there is. No. Admission It's absolutely free will, enjoy every minute of. It thank you so much Maria Maria we'll. See you there okay Thank. You Coming up why a twenty one year old and her eighteen year old sister are running the family farm in connersville as we.

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Orderscape wants to be the voice layer for ordering food through Alexa and others

This Week In Voice

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Orderscape wants to be the voice layer for ordering food through Alexa and others

"With might. Overstate, like tell us a little bit about horror stating orders. Cape is based in sounds California. We're voice technology company. At our focus is the food service restaurant sector to enable conversational commerce, which is a two-word word way of saying able voice ordering using a assistance, primarily, Alexa and Google assistant. What's the best thing you've seen here. He just left the presentation by lease soccer who had restaurant group. They're very focused on syndicating brand differ mation across the web, like hours of operation menu, information, things of that nature to spread out there, exposed brand data. They're very focused on search for voice. And as we are for commerce engine meaning facilitate transactions, but an voice context, you really need to have a very precise concise. Search algorithm to bring you right to the food that you want. So the way the web normally works is you, you search for a restaurant, and then you look at several restaurants to decide where you want to dine, either in or out whether it's to liberty takeout or dining with the voice world. It's really about food. I, it's foist first food. I in that context really have to go to the actual menu item. So give example if I'm most people about seventy percent or more think about what they want order before they think about where they wanna go. Yeah, the outlier is fine, dining follower to go to Gramercy tavern. I'm just gonna go my wife and I are gonna have a great time because the food's great. But in normal course of dining, I want barbecue where I want Indian food. So I think about what I would, but cuisine, I've a hankering for and then I think about worrying wanna go kit. That's seventy percent of the time which is inverted from how grub hope currently works all these guy, digital dining apps because they give you zip code and then they find restaurants, then you have to call to the menus to find out if there's something there for you for Indian food. So we invert that voice context really have to know what you want for where you wanna go to it. So in fettuccini Alfredo fettuccine Alfredo voice context on order scape, you would go right to the item. It'll have six restaurants that serve that you off right. In a grove environment or even Google environment, they'll show you PD entry, they'll show you recipes. They'll show you three or four restaurants on the homepage and you you have to do is click on the websites. Find the menu coal to the menu items looking for finishing afraid. You don't have that that luxury avoid environment. You're gonna lose people very fast. So it changes. What is your perspective on. The short to intermediate term future voice. Are you as bullish as everyone else here? Are you a little bit skeptical? What roadblocks in the way that you see need to be cleared out for voice to fulfill its potential share share with us your perspective share, you know it's early. I mean, any new. Technology like this, that that creates a new user experience new you is going to be, it's going to be early. But the reality is that it's ramping up very, very quickly. We already know how to our smartphones. We already know in our context, we already know how to learn food. The the, the adoption rate for these voice assistance is unbelievable in a very short period of time. I mean, Alexa was launched in late two thousand fourteen and what is early remit? Two thousand eighteen over one hundred million users of these devices. Compare that track with smartphones, even this is the fastest Right. By twenty twenty. It's forecast by fair amount of consistent research firms just going to be well over fifty percent. So the kid there, there has to be more use cases for that search. So if I know that I can find restaurant and I can find Vicini afraid, for example, by using my voice, I'm gonna use it more frequently. Sure. So we're kind of educating ourselves for quickly. So from a from an entrepreneur perspective, it's it's very slow ramp because we're always gonna hurt from an investor perspective because I am. It's it's early in the venture community. This this segment right here being talked about is very skeptical refer to to to tractions points of reference. There's not enough. There's as many metrics they would like about frequency of use, average guess check things of that nature. So the community is not really embracing startups as much as they should or would like, but that over the next twelve to eighteen months my crystal, the next twelve eighteen months. It's going to be an explosion of use use cases companies funding, because within two years, this will

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Food. Caramel apple have covered rainbow Jimmies reason. God Jimmy's s'mores vanilla, cupcake pancakes syrup or Brown. Cupcake pancakes. I'm legitimize Morse. Choose a pasta fettuccini Alfredo ravioli lasagna manicotti or tortellini. Ravioli. Fettuccine favorites on here shoes. Some bread breadsticks banana bread biscuits, beg at or bagels. This is actually really fucking horrible bagel. It's like a three way. Tie between a bag up Anna Brennan, bagel, ongoing bagel. I got Jupiter on my God. You've got a big personality in love to be the center of attention. Well, they certainly got what is the saying? Like boys go to Jupiter, get more stupider. Yeah. Well, your answers better than it's probably because it has the big pimple. You know, that's my one gaping poor. My knows that I cannot shrink your answers better than mine. I got you would get you was heard. You're trying to save her life and super popular are always there for your friends. Even if they're not always there for you and return that was that quiz really just did not wrote this. I'm calling the police. My God is that a weed. All right. So now that that shit's over, let's go to Pedro dot com..

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Right so it's going to do the same thing with those greens it's gonna it's not just about adding the flavor bring out the flavor but it's literally acting all the kind of miraculously that salt does on those ingredients right i was doing a pasta video the other day shoutout to fettuccini alfredo and one of the points was like you take this for granted but salting the pasta water is the only time that the noodles themselves are being seasoned as they cook you have if you don't salt the water everybody's had this experience in terrible of getting to the end and realizing i didn't salt the pasta water and you just can't make up for it putting salt on it it's not in it i know so we all have spouses currently there's this before where we we'll help each other out in the kitchen and you're like wait simone i thought you said you salted the pasta water 'cause she's the one who got the water going and she was going to take a shower and i was going to get in and she's i didn't say that i'm a yes you did and then all of a sudden well if you tasted your water oh come on no one tastes boy well if you and also you can see if it's been boiling for a bit there will be that like salt rate you can't leave that kind of thing up to anybody else i find you know because when you tell somebody hey you know some friend of mine can you salt the pasta water for me you should see the pinch take literally in this cauldron of water and you're like thanks and then when their back is turned.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Bonner pan sauce 30minute meal shrimp and pesto fettuccine with a little bit of spinach i bought some black bean and cheese tartas with roasted broccoli lima sour cream sweep pepper chicken with ali minana said but i'll go box saw box rice sav i'm telling ya it's so easy all right we add salmon that are one bone i too like i mean that's how easy everything is right therefore you the ingredients tasted unbelievable it that's why they don't call me emeraldgreen burke that's how easy it is and and it was absolutely terrific guys are not all guys listeners you want to go home you want to cook a meal you need step by step instructions it is easy you got a recipe card preportion ingredients and you can do all this like says said in forty minutes in the key is your wife like it and if your wife is happy guess what people your whole world is happy blue apron's freshness guarantee promises that every ingredient in your delivery arrives ready to cook and if it doesn't they're gonna make it right of seven i can make them i'm guaranteeing you you guys can make all movie warm locus looks venue ogle birdied dollars off your first free shipping by going to blue apron dot com slash as eight aboard asked me my way that you love how good it feels and tastes to create incredible home cooked meals with blue apron so don't wait that's blue apron dot com slash set blue apron you know what it is then tell me a better way to cook computer execute twelve point four p operation optimizing algorithm fronting encryption hackett alpha night tonight i don't feel so good what what is a computer is it hot in here it feels hot in here i feel a little clamming i should like down or something a computer with a virus surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to guy cow those oysters rockefeller break mistake geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more we'd like to welcome in the new indiana had basketball coach axes not that new anymore but just starting his first season.

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"fettuccini" Discussed on Reality Check

Reality Check

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fettuccini" Discussed on Reality Check

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