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"food network" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"food network" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

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11 Trivia Questions on Food Network Shows Fill-in-the-Blanks

Trivia With Budds

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

11 Trivia Questions on Food Network Shows Fill-in-the-Blanks

"Food Network shows fill in the blank from the show titles. Here's number one. It's guys blank games, guys blank games number one. What is the blank guys blank games number one. Question Number Two, twenty, four, hour, blank battle number two, twenty, four, hour blank battle number two. And number three bakers versus blank number three bakers verses blank number three. Number four meals without blank meals without blank number four. Number five, sugar blank number, five, sugar blank. And, number. Six Set Blank ready set blank. Number Seven Iron Chef America Battle of the blank number seven iron, chef America. Battle of the blank. Number eight the great food blank race number eight, the great. Food. Blank race number eight. and. Number nine blank takes the cake number nine blank takes the cake number nine. Number ten, dinner blank and pretend dinner blank. And the bonus question for two points have blank will travel number eleven for two points have blank will travel.

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"food network" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"food network" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Unlike I don't like is it? Well I don't like them that way. All right. We're back. The food network is cutting down the number of episodes where its upcoming fourth season of its holiday series. Christmas cookie challenge because of a crew member that tested positive for covid nineteen this week. Now, this season will be six episodes long instead of its usual eight episodes long sonic dog, the producers of the show they released the press release that got. And this is what it said. Quote Ed Episode Six unfortunately, an employee tested positive after contact tracing the producers decided to wrap production. The series was not shut down but any outside party rather sonic dog elected to wrap three days early to allow staff crew and cast return home as opposed to extending the schedule and quote. The Christmas Cookie Challenges Co hosted by Eddie Jackson an Ray Drummond and it was shouted cody studios outside of New Orleans for production began on August Fifth Sonic dog established covid. safety protocols in partnership with an onset medical and testing partner according to the statement as well. The cast and crew of ninety. Eight. Damn. That's a lot cookie show. Anyway all ninety eight crew members were tested for coronavirus before the starting in the shoot. And two local crew members tested positive and they were replaced. With, regular testing in place people were tested either one three or six times a week depending on their jobs. After around of tests on August eleventh, one crew member who come into contact with many other members of the production tested positive six of the shows eight episodes had been shot. So instead of pausing production on the show and figuring out who was infected new wasn't starting up again, they decided just to do a shortened season crew members who were exposed onset were told they can be tested again next week. This summer food network which. pivoted. Self feud programming during the coronavirus shutdowns and we talked about that on this podcast has seen a rating breeding spike. In recent months people are at home threatening to cook. Well, the network has selectively restarted on location and studio production on.

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"food network" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"food network" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"Will, would you rather have a show on animal, planet and food or Food Network and Me Better on the right camp and we just don't know what Chris is doing well one of the ranking ourselves. Yeah, bench, the same thing I did, but it makes sense for him I'm baffled that you chose food network. Chris understand why it's such thing that someone that likes to eat food, but doesn't necessarily like to cook is likes to network. You people like opens a restaurant because they go to restaurants a lot. Not Necessarily, I don't have to do the cooking on the show. There are a lot of shows where the host of the show doesn't actually cook. There are very few food network shows where the host of the show is not a cook. I mean yeah, most of them know how to cook, but none of them are a lot of them. Don't actually cook. They have cooking. For someone like like diner's way. The Dies Yeah Guy Fieri. He knows how to cook obviously, but he doesn't really cook at all on the show and. I. Mean I. Guess His Najah cooking helps him on the show, but for the most part you can just ask the restaurant owner. How did you make this and they'll tell you? And then. Go yeah! Say, we didn't say the show had to be good, but like I mean they're still getting all the information with bad about the show. There's still learn how to make the thing and I like I can describe why I like something in articulate manner without knowing how they made it. The thing. I think what you're missing is what's interesting about the food commentaries the insight. Yeah, they're still getting that from the restaurant owner. I don't know I. Just don't buy I. wouldn't think wouldn't watch your show. Show what you would want me with animals, look at the facts I. Know Because of this fucking. Literally only, said You'd hang out with elephants in those the only animal he said. No elephants are super cool elephant facts. That was a clip from our Patriot exclusive behind the scenes episode for the full episode Click on the Lincoln the description..

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"food network" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"food network" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"We've been. You know we're still quarantining a little bit. Much any way. You can only see this of Murphy. So. It's kind of like disguise. So might not be a bad thing, right? All the social media love porn and then Sangley. Awesome so many positive feedback homes, and so much support it's been it's been awesome to read. Yeah, that's definitely where we've seen I. Think the biggest amount of engagement has been on social media. People commenting that they watched and you know we have a surprising number of people comment and say I was just watching the pioneer woman this morning, and then your show came on, and I was so excited to see something new that I stayed and I'm a new fan and maybe. They weren't somebody that if followed me before familiar with our brand before, but had an opportunity to be exposed to who we are, and what we do wanted to join us for our. You Know Digital Social Media Party, so we might not be bumping into people in person, but I feel like we're really. Able to communicate with a lot more people on social and. Share that fun. Whereas let's get down to brass tacks here any feedback from food network. It did great. Tanked! We're ready to sign you up for fifteen year contract every day of the week like a rare type deal I mean. Where are we at? I think it'll be a wild till we hear anything. Lovable dvr stuff and it takes a little bit to get all the ratings compile data sorted through I. Have No idea what to expect to be honest with you like I'm. I'm good because we made the show that we wanted to make in. We're hopeful for more, but we had such a great time making it in. We really loved the show that we put out, so we're just happy with what we were able to do in. We'll see what happens, but todd did who TV ratings over the weekend..

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"food network" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"food network" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"So this past, Saturday we grill power hit the food network screen exciting for sure, so, Suzy, let me ask you first. When does this opportunity I pop up? It's been a long. Time coming actually the first time that we started talking to food network about anything was almost three years ago and we actually filmed another pilot episode that never aired. And then barbecue happened and then real power king to be after barbecue brawl. So this is. I guess one of my thoughts was. You did so great on the barbecue brawl that they just needed to keep some kind of line into the hey girl. Hey, product. What's the best way to do that? Will then we'll have you know Suzanne. Todd do the show and we'll call it GRANDPA whatever, but this is something that was preceding the whole grow master type situation. I think real power. The show that we saw on. Saturday was definitely a result of barbecue brawl, but we've worked with food network on a couple of other projects. Before real power aired and before barbecue brawl even happened judge ultimate cook off. I've been on beep. Bobby Flay at this point I did barbecue brawl? I judged for another pilot of a show on food network. So it's been there's been a lot of things in the works and I've kind of said yesterday as many opportunities that the network as I could, and I think all of those things kind of steamrolled into what we were able to put out on savvy, so here's one thing that I've learned as I interview. Folks that do these kinds of shows for Food Network for instance I had diva Q.. On last year there was some kind of food network show. That was aired after the whole barbecue. Brawl the OH. Yeah That's right. That's right. forgiving, so I asked her when the next one was going to be, and she said Oh well. This was like a one off so to me. That means we're going to put it out. There and people are either GonNa like it or the nod, and whatever these benchmarks food network has is going to dictate whether or not there's GonNa be the next one, so let me ask you this. When I hit record on my Dvr for Grill Power I, didn't get the option that said record season, so am I to win for. This is also a one off or a test show to see how it works. We're a single episode special. So what does that mean like in real life I? Don't know what you're contractually allowed to talk about or not, but I would imagine everybody in the hey girl. Hey, space wants to see you every Saturday at ten thirty going forward here, but I mean how does that? How does that actually work out? I mean for us. That would be the dream to I mean making those shows is one of my favorite things. Just the entire production aspect of it is so incredibly fun the energy so high, and it is a great way to center day working to be honest with you. and so I'd love to keep making more already with the network on a lot of things. They loved to keep working with them. But? Yeah, I mean. It's one of those things that I. don't really get to say. Airing the show that I'm making now? So, yeah, we're GONNA. Happen. Say That So when you're doing this, todd and putting the show together. How much control does the company of Hey girl? Hey, have versus what the Food Network would like you to do from production standpoint. I think actually comes down more to the production company, so the.

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Guy Fieri announces $20 million in grants to restaurant workers

Ron St. Pierre

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Guy Fieri announces $20 million in grants to restaurant workers

"Guy fieri knows exactly what restaurant workers are going through it in this age of covert nineteen and that's why he wanted to do as much as he possibly could to help out the Food Network star has partnered up with the national Research restaurant association education foundation to launch the restaurant employee relief fund is managed to raise twenty million Bucks already in less than two months they've also awarded five hundred dollar grants to over forty thousand workers who are facing the circumstances with confidence nineteen a lot of money twenty million Bucks already really for restaurant workers could work there guy

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11 Trivia Questions on 80s Music True/False

Trivia With Budds

04:38 min | 4 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on 80s Music True/False

"Trivia WITH BUDS COM. There you can click on all kinds of fun stuff like puzzles to download podcasts. To listen to videos to watch and you could see the whole schedule of events for all the live facebook events. I'm doing every night at seven. Pm Pacific coming up next week. We have one on food in the food network in all things food related. If you like food trip come play along live and RSVP for a bonus point on my website Trivia with buds dot com. Today we have eighty s music. True false statement. You tell me if it's real or fake and we have eleven of those questions that we're going to dive into right now here. We go all right guys. Eighties music. True false here's number one. Madonna's Song Papa don't preach came out before her song like a prayer. Is that true or false number. One Madonna's Song Papa. Don't preach came out before her song like a prayer question number two. The first word of Michael Jackson's beat it. Is They number two? The first word of Michael Jackson's beat it. Is They number three? The song here I go again was by Whitesnake number three. The song here I go again was by Whitesnake question. Number four time after time was a song by Blondie. Is that true or false number four time after time was a song by Blondie true or false number. Five walk like an Egyptian came out in nineteen eighty one number five walk like an Egyptian came out in nineteen eighty one question number six. The song take my breath. Away was by a band named after a country. Is that true or false? The song take my breath. Away was by a band named after a country number. Six question number seven. The Kenny Loggins Song Danger Zone was used in. Topgun number seven. The Kenny Loggins Song. Danger zone was used in top gun. Seven question rate prince had hit song called Strawberry Beret number. Eight prints at a hit song called Strawberry Beret number nine. The first word to the Beastie Boys Song fight for your right is kick. Is that true or false number nine? The first word to the Beastie Boys Song fight for your right is kick number. Ten Freddie. Mercury's birth name was Faruk. Both Sarah true or false number. Ten Freddie Mercury's birth name was Faruk Bull Sarah and the bonus points here two point question at the very end number. Eleven beyond say to amy wine house were all born in the eighty S. Is that true or false? Beyond say Ron and Amy Wine House. We're all born in the eighty s true or false for two points. Those are all your questions. Eighty s music. True false. Hope you had fun playing along. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to eighty s music. True false. Let see what you knew. Number one Madonna Song. Papa don't preach came out before her song like a prayer. Is that true or false? That was true number one true number two. The first word of Michael Jackson's beat it is they. Is that true or false? That is true. They told you not to come around here. Something like that number three the song here I go again was by Whitesnake. That is true number three here. I go again by. Whitesnake is true number four time after time was a song by blondie. True or false. That is false time after time was not by blondie number five walk like an Egyptian came out in eighty. One sure false. That is false little bit later. I think it was eighty six number six. The song take my breath away was named after by band named after a country. That is false. They were Berlin which is a city not a country number seven. Kenny loggins zone. Danger zone was used in top gun. That is true. Big Song from that soundtrack number eight prince had a song called Strawberry Beret. That is false. It was raspberry beret and a great song number nine. The first word. To the Beastie Boys Song fight for your right is kick kick it at the beginning. That's true number nine.

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Jet Tila

Asian Enough

05:32 min | 5 months ago

Jet Tila

"So the show is Asian enough. I don't know what you feel when you think about the name but I feel like a lot of Asian Americans have trouble kind of feeling like they're enough whether you visit the home country and they make fun of the way you speak the language. Yeah totally someone has their own ideas about being Asian is and you just like you don't live up to it. We're kind of like about the idea that everyone's aged enough and there's also a culinary Asian enough as well. There's a lot of double standards when it comes to non Asians cooking Asian versus Asians cooking. Asian so yeah I I yeah. You're never enough. You Never American enough. You're never Asian enough. I'm Diane Chinese two cultures. I'm not enough. So I was like the intro to our podcast. There you go there you go and steal my sound bite so we have a bit. I guess one of our first questions is jet. Who are you yeah? I'm a native Angelino. First Generation American kid from my family I was lucky enough to come from the first Thai food family in America Right. I think I think if you go back in time. Most people knew me for being the kid that dropped their groceries. Offer bagged their groceries from Bangkok market. If you were if you worked in a restaurant in Los Angeles from the seventies to the two thousands you knew of my family's grocery store but more recently you might know me from being the floor reporter from Iron Chef America or you know judge on cutthroat kitchen be bobby flay guy's grocery games about six different shows on food network but at the end of the day. I Cook and I'm a storyteller. And that's it. And and and some sometimes a cultural anthropologist. I think those are the easiest ways to describe who I am kid from. La who likes to eat food and is constantly trying to figure out who I am. Where did I come from? What am I doing here is still trying to figure that totally in my mid forties. I still trying to figure out what my places here you know. I'm not around trying to raise two kids and be a good husband and father. That was great. That was such evocative answer to that question relatable. We're all trying to figure it out still so One of the reasons we wanted to have you on was just that story of food and and in your family that you told a little bit in your intro and was it hard to decide to go into food. Why why did you go into food mostly? Because I really don't know much else. In life to be brutally honest. My grandparents escaped. Communism left China to go to Thailand. My parents were born in Thailand. Lament here in the sixties. So you know I. I come from three generations of restaurant tours period and it was the craft that that gave my family an opportunity in this country right. We were poor And so I was raised in the grocery store and then I was raised in the restaurants and then I was raised in the farms in the fields of the produce company. So I tried to rebel up until I was twenty then I finally succumbed and I said this kind of is the only thing. I'm good at in life. So it's it was by no choice so you didn't grow up wanting to go into food then I well I had. I was in food right and I was trying to run away from food. I got was a security guard for minute. I sold cell phones for a minute. I installed alarm systems. I mean those are all the good things that I could talk about. I mean do you know what I mean. I dropped out of high school. Yeah you know so pretty typical kid. That wasn't a super high achiever for until I was like twenty years old Pretty typical chef's chef's jeans. You know I think black sheep rebel but not really because I wanted to be. I just didn't know I can't stay in a straight line. I can't live in a box. Is that the characteristic of chef and the older I get the more I come back to. It is a product of trauma. Were all basically either trying to relive a trauma or run away from a trauma and I think the traumas that I had were having nonexistent parents right wanting attention so acting out to get attention. They're always in the restaurant at the grocery store. One hundred percent and we were stuck their days off zero ride. They were never home. So when I was at the markets I was hanging out with my parents or the restaurants. I'd no choice so I think it was a constant cry for attention on my part but that is a common thread. I think in a lot of colon areas but for me it was very very kind of linear is very like pay attention to me right and I'm just GonNa do dumb stuff until you do. And then eventually you adopted the language of food. Yeah Yeah Look. I think I was born with it more than anything. You know what I mean. If it takes ten thousand hours to become an expert at something I was a grocery expert. By the time I was fifteen I was a culinary expert. By the time I was twenty. You know what I mean so I knew every skewing our grocery store so I had concurrent apprentice ships at a restaurant apprenticeship at a grocery store apprenticeship and then. I had a produce farming

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Amy Schumer and her husband are getting their own self-filmed Food Network show

Texas Home Improvement

00:13 sec | 5 months ago

Amy Schumer and her husband are getting their own self-filmed Food Network show

"Amy Schumer and her husband chef Chris Fischer inviting you into their home while you're stuck in yours the food network has announced a new show tentatively titled Amy Schumer learns to cook Schumer is opening up our kitchen and a new self shot series I

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"food network" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"food network" Discussed on KTOK

"That cooking shows on the weekends on the cooking channel and and the Food Network their ratings are through the roof and they don't really know why except the theory is the theory is there's no sports on TV and so that's the only competition people can watch so now I'm wondering I really am I have a hard time picturing this the same person who wants to see if lebron James is going all the way cares whether or not Bobby Flay makes a souffle or merry a sauce yeah a poor one thousand Katie okay Brian is in Mustang high okay I am really frustrated by this two point two trillion dollars and what I understand we only get the point to you know of the two point two is being sent out and checked our fifty billion or twelve hundred dollar check but my problem is B. back to that if you take two point two trillion which is going to be they all paid for by the taxpayers dollars turning right but yeah we're that means that it's roughly six thousand seven hundred dollars for every three hundred all three hundred twenty five million Americans so that means we get we have twelve hundred dollar check but we also get started like it roughly fifty five hundred dollars in debt and for what it makes the kind of crappy stuff in there you know I'm really glad that during this emergency the ballerinas of the killer Jennifer are gonna be able to continue to dance or whatever you know but I mean how did we get out of the president being conservative like he is how do you not veto this or line item veto at least part part of it are you I don't know how this got sniper well the first only has no line item veto so we can't do that second of all he had to get something done to make it look like he was doing something now I would've felt better about no income tax for the next six months or do you do you don't have to pay your it we're we're gonna we're gonna put a hold on your mortgage for another three months or whatever it is because I think that would would have the same effect to the economy and it would be real help for the American people let's see another thing that bothers me too is we're all sitting at home and we're spending you know slowly draining our savings account yeah and just you know it's just dripping away and we can't help but spend money every year we got utilities and ran yeah we are getting burnt food is getting eating it all going into you know one direction right now none of us are getting payroll so nobody's going out the people people only spending money putting it in business and left open in into banks in the bills it all starts like any money that the lower class had you slowly dwindling to the point where all people are going to have money are going to be you wherever your restaurant puts their money in the bank or the grocery store puts their money in the bank it's like it's like your worst eventually going to run out of money all lower class and all the middle class people who learn when the working class and all people is gonna have money is gonna be your own the big business of a bank okay well Brian that that is if this continues six or eight months I don't think it's going to I think I think everything's going to start to turn around here by the end of this month or the end of April being this month being April and that's why I kind of lose patience with people saying well if people are unemployed are gonna make more money than they did with theirs no they're not because it's only going to be it's only temporary this is not a permanent fix we're not all going to get a twelve hundred dollar checks every month it's not permanent this is just a one time deal and then it goes back to the way it wasn't hopefully corona virus will have ebbed by then John is in el Reno on news radio one thousand Katie okay thanks hang on are you very sweet October the cooking shows that's funny my but anyway I do agree with that gentleman about a lot of this stuff but that's politics good not to change gear here but we do have our here towards L. reed on there's one question which you could probably answer because we've called November tornado sirens are working out here really certainly don't do it and do you know as well as I do live in the state it's common okay all my god in and out in el Reno I mean didn't that trailer park it taken out what last may are there all right yeah but I mean we we ever know home alone L. E. but yet we've tried checked with everyone but they usually go off at noon and we've tried with everyone but you're a very knowledgeable ball guy here and you can check on why isn't anybody Chastain tornado sirens because that can wipe out a hundred people in a matter of fact all yeah yeah I know I will look into that because I think this is the second time I've heard about it in almost a year and if they hadn't fixed it in the last six months when I last heard about it something as something's gotta change we'll get into that coming up on news radio one thousand K. T. okay it's the drive would.

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"food network" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"food network" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Were called by the Food Network and they said we have a farmer's market basket for you what would you pick from the old town Scottsdale farmers market here to make a dish side with the engineers and the garlic can hand that hold the rest of it to the salary they Basil you know me I'm Italian and I think I could never tell by your accent okay no this is what I said when I came and I saw all these but beautiful golden veggie three mind you of your youth in Venice this is what how you live exactly exactly it's a matter of fact this morning when I get up I was walking into my little dog and already the neighbor says so many lives you want to come to the farmers market this morning this is already have a company thank you got it in your daughter and I want to say is this is getting old so fast and they weren't ready and this place is busy and busy every Morris are the more and more warm Michael we're having a blast here we're gonna go wander around and do some lynching in buying and shopping and tell us where we can find more information hello okay so we have shares in a community farmers market dot com you can go there and find out information to different locations of different markets that we run we would love for you to come down to old town Scottsdale probably seen the bumper stickers around says no farms no food yes well I have a different take on it no no your farms no food to do it Michael read you're doing a magnificent job here at the old Scottsdale old town farmers market again everyone it runs from October through may eight AM until one PM we had here in our late to get here thank you so much thank you I'm here with my very favorite foodie has been for years and years and years Suzy tam with a knife and fork media.

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Political Ads are on streaming apps now too

Reset

04:18 min | 7 months ago

Political Ads are on streaming apps now too

"Reported on an interesting about how political advertising is seeping into a new realm which is streaming services obviously not all streaming services have ads. Netflix doesn't so what streaming platforms are we talking about yeah we're talking about a wide array of platforms so the big one. Obviously is Hulu where people are watching television but also streaming on demand video content. We have connected. Tv's and Those services things like Roku for example There's a good chance that when you're watching the food network APP or you're watching the the TLC APP or content related to those providers that there's A. There's a good chance you're going to see political ads there really any of the on demand streaming APPs So there's one that we uncovered called to be that recently has been in the news because a potential merger those streaming platforms also increasingly are accepting a political ads along with the other ads that they already have so you went in and started reporting on it. What did you find what was your takeaway right? We discovered that streaming sites and services had become this new way for political campaigns to try to reach voters. And that kind of makes sense right. We know more Americans than ever are cutting the cord so to speak ending their normal cable subscriptions and shifting their viewing habits online and so it makes sense that some of the political dollars had followed that as well but the other thing that we had discovered was that it's really impossible right now to measure the scale of that and that's largely because neither the companies nor the federal government tracks requires companies to track. Exactly who is spending and how they're spending on these streaming media sites so that results in a major transparency gap. That makes it really difficult to know. Who is targeting? Whom and why right? That's super different from basic broadcast television. Where we have these big regulations we have the FCC right with broadcast television for many decades. Now your traditional ABC or CBS or NBC. Local station has to compile what's called political file that indicates how much money campaign spans the general topic of the issue which they advertised and the General Times that that ad ran they have to be transparent about that stuff. But if that's aimed at that you saw watching your local. Nbc Station had run on NBC programming. That had been streamed on Hulu for example even though the AD is the same. There's no disclosure requirement around it. So that's what prompts this concern among regulators in watchdogs that there are serious gaps here. Why is that a problem? Exactly like why. Should we be worried? Yeah folk should be concerned because they have the right to know who is speaking to them and what they're saying and why they're targeting them in the first place remember. We got here because of the two thousand sixteen election. The reason we're having this conversation about transparency in political advertising is because agents of the Russian government took to social media sites and use those sites to spread and stoke social and political unrest and some of what they did relied on using ads on a site like facebook to try to create those divisions and to promote falsehoods. Now four years later. We're worried about Russian interference. Maybe not so much on streaming services but there is this concern that adds could essentially service wedges it could be the thing that divides the American electorate as opposed to motivating them to vote for example or informing them so just take even the instance of President Trump's campaign. We had a whole conversation. A few months back about the president using facebook to lie and able to lie without the company taking action against that though with facebook. You're able to see it. You can go to facebook. You can visit their ad archive you can measure with. The trump campaign is doing and who they're reaching and exactly how effective that potential falsehood might have been. But you can't do that when we're talking about streaming services you can't see if a campaign is changing. Its message depending on the audience that speaking to or even just the amount of money that they're spending to speak in the first place which is certainly an issue this time around given how much money the Bloomberg campaign is spending. Just these basic questions about who is talking to you. Why they're talking see where things we can't answer streaming context at. It's something watchdogs definitely. Want to fix.

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Lo Bosworth, founder and CEO of Love Wellness: My body could just not manage the stress anymore.

Skimm'd from The Couch

09:47 min | 7 months ago

Lo Bosworth, founder and CEO of Love Wellness: My body could just not manage the stress anymore.

"We talk a lot about career transitions and it seems like yes. You're on the show and then you're doing things that were kind of ten gentle brands to entertainment industry and then you started to do something. That was really different which was go to culinary school. Yeah did you think about that first transition so the culinary school thing actually does for me have its roots in the entertainment industry? At that time I was talking to cooking channel and food network about doing something in the space because we had had conversations and I love to cook it was my biggest passionate still is one of my biggest passions and so to cook. Got Everything vegetables all vegetables and one hundred different ways chicken not what? I was going to expect certain people that really love to cook really liked to cook basic things but in twenty five different ways. You know it's like how do you take a carrot and turn it into five different things? That's how I really approach cooking back to what we were talking about those so everybody who is working on my team at that point was like listen. We think that you should probably go to culinary school. You know you do have this hurdle to cross now which is going from reality star or somebody who's cooking space than we need to legitimize you see. You need to go to culinary school and I always had always wanted to go and so I went to Culinary School and Oh my God. It was the best thing I've ever done. It was so exciting every day. You Good Oh God I was the best truly and I don't mean to show off but yeah I kicked everyone else's asked but it's just comes really naturally to me. It's something that I don't really have to think about but it was the best thing I've ever done. It was so fun to work in the kitchens and to be on the line. And you just feel like you're a part of a team was the goal to do this that you could get the cooking show. Yes so the goal was to go to culinary school. Legitimize yourself in this space start making a ton of food content talks about your experience and then we'll make something happen sort of like with one of these networks and it was at that time that I was in a relationship that I thought was like my permanent partner relationship and it ended up not working out and it created a lot of stress and anxiety in my body. I got a call that the cooking stuff was not gonNA work out. They were not interested in like pursuing the contract that we were working on and it was at that point that I started to get sick. I was experiencing really bad depression and anxiety really bad dizziness exhaustion fatigue. I was truly upside down in my body. It's like if you have a glass of water and you start filling up with water and all of a sudden the water search to spillover. That's how I felt in my body. All of a sudden I I was fine one day and then the next day I was not fine anymore and I think. It was like a confluence of factors. You know your career you have something that doesn't come to fruition after you've been working on it for really long. Your relationship is not working. Something's not right in your body and you sort of come to a crossroads and have to make decisions about how you want to move forward with your life and it was through that experience of not being well and trying to heal my body and trying to be a better place or an okay place again physically and mentally and emotionally that love wellness was born during this period which you're talk describing a very dark and difficult period for yourself. Were you doing everyday? Adjust my timeline a little bit but you had finished the school finish culinary school. I was creating a lot of content scales so it was on the low down on my Youtube Channel at that point And were you being open with your audience but your struggle eventually but not as you were going through not as I was going through it. It sort of closer to the tail of the experience because I just didn't know what was going on totally understand. Who would who would share that? You know that was a two thousand. Fifteen Odi was talking about this stuff yet. People talk about it all the time now but in two thousand fifteen not talking about this stuff so he's still creating content and at that point. I was really monetize and everything I was doing. It was going really well. I had a great youtube channel. I was putting out videos all the time. Blog post a team a small team. Yeah so we still have the low down. And I had three people creating content alongside of me. I would say that a couple years ago really was kind of like heyday for content creators. And so everything was going really well but I was just sick but at that point I would say that my content definitely transition for more of beauty focused to definitely wellness and food focus and nutrition for me replete a huge part in my life when I was trying to sort of get better and so my content started to reflect that without me revealing what was going on so low. Wellness was obviously born out of your personal journey that you're going through Wallace. The white space that you saw that you were like there's a business here so along with sort of just like the depression the anxiety all of those things. I was at the Obgyn all the time. Because like when you're chemicals are out of balance your is out of balance. You'RE GONNA get infections all the time I was. Obgyn constantly. Because I just could not get control over my body and it turns out that I was suffering from really severe vitamin deficiencies and so it took me a year and a half to make that discovery or for a doctor to connect what I was going through to something that was actually physically manifesting itself in my body. It's like the example. I gave with a glass of water. The water started to spill over for me. My vitamin levels dropped so low that my body could just not manage the stress anymore and so it started to manifest itself physically mentally emotionally in all of these different ways so I went from doctor to doctor and practitioner to practice. Schnur natural path to chiropractor to healer to meditation specialist. You name it. I did it in an effort to try to feel normal because I was so uncomfortable at my body that I just knew that something was wrong beyond just generalized anxiety or a moment of depression. Right when I finally discovered that it was these vitamin deficiencies. It really blew my mind. It was a huge sense of relief. I would say not because I could sort of put the blame on it but just because I finally had some kind of path forward you can get a name. I could give it a name and I could take some kind of action that actually improve my life and so it was really a pivotal moment for me but back to the White Space Question. I was the obgyn constantly. And the prescriptions didn't work or they would work for a limited time and I was at the drugstore constantly and I was standing in the fucking Tampon. I'll looking at all of these products from legacy brands and just a feeling bad about myself because it was there again. Be embarrassed that I needed products to take care of my body which is a shared experience among women. When you have been low key advertise anti-feminist messages from these companies. Your whole life and see. I just felt like when I use those products. They didn't actually work. You know they were irritating for your body. They they didn't work people still sell douches. That's crazy to me so I think that's a really interesting point because when I think about wellness. Yeah the space there are kind of two camps that I see one is. It's definitely a hot space. Unlike what you were talking about your experience in two thousand fifteen today people are talking about it off which is great and I think that there are kind of the companies that look at wellness and don't necessarily take the scientific backed approach and then there are companies that definitely do. What was your thought in coming up with what you wanted. Love Wellness to stand for. Shar so for me. I couldn't find products that were readily available. That made me feel better and so it was sort of the graduation to different kind of specialists in women's health and research that really changed my perspective on how to take care of my body and it's interesting because doctors will still tell you don't use this kind of detergent etta healthy diet get sleep but until you actually put those lifestyle changes into practice so you don't really realize how serious they are about those things and there's nobody out there until sort of recently that is saying the products that these legacy brands put out. There are not actually that great. For Women's unique biology's they were invented by men decades ago. They have been sitting on the shelf for a really long time and women's research has come a long way since these products were invented. Right clearly. What we're talking about. We're not talking about Tampon. I mean we are talking about tampons. We're talking about douches. We're talking about lubricant. We'RE TALKING ABOUT PERSONAL CARE. Washes Oak all that stuff that you find in the women's personal care while we're talking about Antifungal over here. All of these products were invented a while ago and they have not gotten makeovers in a really long time and they've been marketed as safe and effective for women. But I would say that most women's could could say honestly from their experience with them that they really are not. Nobody has really been talking about that but brands like level wellness and other brands in the space are talking about that. But there's this huge sort of area of misinformation when it comes to this kind of stuff that we're trying to sort of breakthrough and solve with good education doctors that are on our team et Cetera et

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No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

Talking Tech

04:33 min | 7 months ago

No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

"Turbo tax. All people are tax people so I here in San Francisco this week and I just did a piece on streaming streaming channels the US cable streaming alternatives. I forgot to mention one of them. FILO DOT TV. He said. Get Your Butt over here. You know. You're in San Francisco. You want to tell you all about it. Andrew mccullum is the CEO Co founder and interesting pitch. It's twenty dollars a month away cheaper than everybody else. Don't have the broadcast networks. Have a lot of your favorite cable. Networks tell everybody under about FILO DOT TV. Yeah the idea behind Filo blue is really that knows that. TV has been getting more expensive. A lot of the cost of television. The typical cable package goes to sports. Tim Broadcast Networks. That's the lion share of the cost and it's actually the lion share of the price increase over time as well so a lot of the typical. It'll cable TV. Consumer Year after year is paying more and more sports and broadcast content. If that's not what you want from your TV experience than you are stuck doc. Paying more and more for stuff that you don't care about and you don't watch that's really a lot of how we approached the content mix with Filo is to say there's a lot. The people who sports broadcast networks aren't the main thing they're looking to get or they're getting broadcast networks over the air you know. Can we give them an alternative where they can get really deep selection of entertainment lifestyle. Knowledge focused networks cable networks at a much lower price. That's how we can bring the price down to just twenty dollars a month. The people a taste of what some of the networks that you have. Yeah so you know things like Any AMC Discovery Channel Comedy Central Food Network HDTV ATV basically any non sports cable channel. And you can think of. There's a very good chance that we carry it missing the news networks. You correct me if I'm wrong. Don't don't non-sports nine news. We do have a couple of news networks but generally also the major cable news networks. Go with the sports networks. So why don't you have the news. Networks this consumer over here. That's basically all I want to say. I can live without most networks but I'd like to have the news networks there. Yeah it's funny. I mean I think that this is an area that could change. I think we're interested in seeing how we could offer news. But typically the news networks are owned by the same programmers grammars that owned The sports channels and they won't license them separately so if you wanted to offer in some of you know some of the news networks like NBC News We'd have to offer an MSNBC We'd have to offer all of the other comcast's NBC networks. which would drive up the cost significantly But I think there are some solutions. That could get us there. I think some people want news but interestingly we also hear a lot of people who say they're happy to not have news in the package. They sort of want to be prevented from their own sort of choices around watching the news content and they're happy to not have it in the lineup streaming streaming wars. How they affecting you everything that's been going on for the last year? Well let me answer that. But I'd like to get back to your point about all the cart as as well but I think that all the stuff around the streaming wars we've you at a super positive that it will be a big boon to what we're doing because you know all these new services that are coming to market Disney plus peacock. Hbo Max generally the way you get. These services is by using roku fire TV apple TV android TV these connected. TV devices which is where our service runs and we don't actually carry content from Disney NBC warner etc.. So they're actually really great. Add Ons to to Filo where you're not duplicating anything. And it's a way to get access to these libraries of content from other programmers for people who subscribe Filo Dot TV correct to the website. Our website is filed combat. We also have filed dot TV. That works just just as well. It's one less character type. Either one will get you to the same place and you can subscribe download the APP or you can download our APP we have on Android a Iowa etc.. I already mentioned. It's really easy to try file allow. I said it's literally under ten seconds to go to the website type in your phone number and once we confirm it. You're in the product you can start watching content right away. Andrew mccollum FILO DOT COM

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Listen to how Food Network Kitchen is changing the future of cooking

Inside VOICE

04:38 min | 8 months ago

Listen to how Food Network Kitchen is changing the future of cooking

"food network" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"food network" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We watch it on Food Network were like yeah I'm I do that one day we're always scrape the vanilla bean residue out of the vanilla be the fresh vanilla bean you know I'm poly pure bred on the drug scene I haven't really done too much of that but I did have a sister that dabbled and I'm sure she loves visiting it on the radio home then it would be and what are we going to do with the other yeah I I saw Hanson just to let you know Hanson's here this week then she's going to Bermuda or something I don't know where the hell you're going you're going you're when you're on a contract right yes yeah and islands I'm so excited she's gonna leave us and then then come back and hopefully be with us until looks a little comes back if we can convince stuff to do that but yeah about yeah we'll figure it out but but we're thrilled that you're here this week stuff I'm excited thanks to Bradley and producer brother rob for hang in with with our girl don and doing a great job and thanks Bradley for waking up early we we greatly greatly appreciate what he said about that he likes doing morning drive because you get to take a nap that's my guy I know knapper's knapper's a good six twelve of the time we're gonna take a break when we come back to the stories will commence and also be are there will yell at us we will say the word golden globes when we return I talk on a seven one everything I AS one take a look at you entertainment.

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The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:48 min | 8 months ago

The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

"Josh. Welcome to milk street. Thank you so much for having me your the food producer of the Youtube web series. Good mythical morning there to hosts Rhett McLaughlin and link. Neil so why do people people enjoy watching folks eat cod sperm dumplings one because called sperm dumplings are delicious You know I really grew up in the Youtube era. I was cloistered in my room around the family. Desktop watching epic mealtime in the guys. You know Sewing up a Turkey inside of a pig inside of a whole cow and It's a bit of a meritocracy on the Internet where you know. You don't need like a a network. Executive may never have signed off on the concept of eating cod sperm dumpling for the gross out factor. But if you put it on the Internet it's a proving ground to see what people people really do. WanNa watch kind of on their own accord and boy do they love cops berm dumplings okay so there is some you know. Would they eat that humor here but some of this is pretty straightforward. You did a taste test the popcorn you taste test of pizza crusts yes. So what is it about just tasting ordinary foods were fifty million people. WanNa Watch it on Youtube. It's really funny. I I actually started my career in digital journalism. But you see so many even legacy publications boasting top ten Greek yogurt brand taste test. And they do that because it brings in just a ton of using isn't a ton of numbers so I mean I think you could call it just a very ordinary taste tests watching guys eat food but I mean it really is service journalism. It's just on Youtube and not in a newspaper. Yeah but but you guys are in the entertainment business and having a list in the USA today or online at eater is one thing But this is about watching your two hosts do the taste test right. So what what do you think is sort of driving entertainment Formula Abiola four one to the to host of sitting there tasting popcorn. Yeah I mean For me it all starts with playing on people's curiosity you know I I think people have this sort of wish fulfillment like I know myself. I would love to sit down with all seventy four TACO bell menu items in just tastes them one by one and decide which is the best and I think. A lot of people have this kind of wish fulfillment fantasy and if they can see someone do something that they've always wanted to do themselves the watch it and then to I mean there's such a skill in I mean it's the skill of being a food critic Not to Exalt Renton link on the level of like a Jonathan golder under a Pete Wells but You know being able to describe things that are in your mouth like being able to describe the physical sensations that are happening to you. It's it's a real skill you know they're just They're good at what they do. One of the other segments I saw was turning foods like twinkies into milk Could you explain how that worked. I kind of like that segment. Yes we those one of the Willett segments a lot of this goes deep into a Cartesian metaphysics and food semantics right so when you say will it milk the we were going more with the definition of nut milk which there is a lot of current legislation on whether that can or can't be called milk but we ran with it regardless and so yeah in that we took twinkies and we just blended them with water soaked him in milk bag for a couple of days and then wrung it out and I mean it was truly truly delicious. I mean it's like you know. Milk bar created an empire based off of cereal milk flavored. Treats why not you know twinkie. Milk cheetos milk did not look delicious. Milk was less delicious but again you know that's a recipe developments about you gotta take risks and I still think if you did like a risotto with the cheeto milk and there ain't got that Or Borio rates Mason crispy and just kind of toasted up the excess oils. Listen that cheeto fat. I think it would have been nice. Yeah I would say cheeto Milka reside. Oh maybe something I'll pass on but maybe I'm just too fashioned so one of the other segments. Yes you do. Are The fancy foods you take a subway foot long and spend five hundred hours making the most expensive version of it You also did a two hundred dollar big Mac. Did you get to eat that big MAC too or just the house. I did get to eat. It actually made a really lovely tar tar out leftover steak so that was awesome But yeah that to me is like the definition of viewer wish fulfillment. Because I mean I think so. Many people have this nostalgic connection to so many different fast food items just like what if you made that as awesome as he possibly could so based on this show. Another youtube shows about food. Where's this all headed yet? Look we look at what's happening to food network right. How many standing stir cooking shows are even left? You know everything on food network is now a competition show where chefs are cooking in. FLOATY says Alton Brown. You know the yells at them and hits him with a bull whip or whatever And then you look at Youtube and look at what bone apetite is doing thing bone apetit you know these single biggest legacy print glossy food MAG is now like five million subscribers deep on youtube in putting out the most educational cooking content on any platform. Honestly I think we're just getting into an era where you're going to see more diverse voices some more just educational food content that people want to see. And it's Kinda funny because it's now like less extreme stuff than what is on network Org. TV Josh thank you very much for being on Milk

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"food network" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

10:53 min | 9 months ago

"food network" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"And he can he can really feed into people's passions and also just make them feel less anxious about how they're doing something that they have to do every day Eric. Yup Yeah and I think that another idea that you're going to have these experiences in the ability to so You know be empowered to do that. I just think it's really cool. You know especially as you're getting started out. It might be overwhelming. It might be intimidating committee that you're like I'm a terrible cook and so therefore I'm just going to rely on cooking the same ten things that I've always known how to cook in microwave meals. Whatever it might be but you know one of the things with this? I think the other side of this that I think a lot about is just how much this represents the evolution of voice technology and Komo adding in this multi modal layer where you have the screen I think like it's this really clicked for me in my mind where you take take the smart speaker and I think initially it's like it represents this thing that it can do can do a number of things but people sort of rely on it for like the same five things. He's but like over time. You start to realize like I guess I could do this do that with it but relate to this point. It's performing the same type of tasks that I traditionally personally been using other technology for whether it be checking the weather check in time or a asking a question playing music but what this does is it really does a start to open into new use cases that we haven't really tapped into before. which is you have the screen You have the live element of the Palatine the contact cooking experience. And then you have the voice commands and I know before we started recording here. You may mention that like the ultimate goal. Here is to cook a meal without even having to touch the screen. But I know that there's going to be some challenges with getting there. So can you speak to a little bit about like what those challenges are in and how you plan Dan you know in two thousand twenty and beyond of solving some of these things so that you could ultimately build inexperienced like this that you don't even need to ever really touch the device. Yeah well we've been. We've been working on a food network on boys platforms for about four years now near into after Alexa Alexa was launched. And you know I think those are the four years up until this application as being a year zero You know where it was a lot of you know trying to figure out how the platforms worked. What their limitations were and you know how people really wanted to use them? The even Amazon is on and Google had only taking a shot in the dark on how people are going to be using these voice invoice I platforms. So we were trying. We initially built out. You know recipe search and you know being able to view or listen to recipe ingredients in directions As part of a customer EXCO which we we start bumping up against the limitations of what you could do. In skill the third art developed skill for example you had you had been continuous back and forth with the skill which is not really the way people cook You know it's it's starting you know you have to get a piece of structuring. You have to wait five minutes while you're doing it or something in the oven for twenty minutes and that's really not the way skills are designed to work there also is the need to be able to go back to a piece of content Immediately you know if something times out you need to go right back to your recipe away. That doesn't feel like there's any friction uh-huh and then there's also a trying to build out a language model to be able to do all the the searching by ingredients the talent name if you know any skilled developers are voice developers out. There can imagine that you know is a bear language model. Yeah and you know we had some success and I think we're getting pretty close and we. We learned a lot it now where we are is really looking at what. What is people's expectation for an easy experience using screen without their hands? It's in order to get through a recipe in a way. That feels more natural more comfortable than pulling out their phone and You know I I have one friend friend who put their phone in a in a ziplock bag on counters that doesn't get a messy or you know printing out a piece of paper And you know we. We're now in a partner with Amazon. Were using their Experienced which which solves a lot of that problem of being able to navigate navigate steps and being able to your query ingredients and directions individually Because when you're in the middle of the recipe you may be on a step but you may be stepped away from the device in you need to remember you know what temperature degrees the oven. or how many or how much a certain ingredient and we should you know be able to facilitate no just asking for how many close garlic or how much of the Evan B or you know so-forth without having to go and scroll back through all of ingredients directions. Yeah so that's kind of where we are. Northstar darker really is like can we put a person who's not nontechnical in one of these devices have bring up a recipe and successfully completed without out having to frustrate them with the platform. And and we're we're getting there. I can't say that we're we're one hundred percent there yet right but I think a lot closer now and it's starting to feel like this is really going to be the right answer for a lot of people I think the other the other part of this application that really excites me is the fact that the the the multi modal voice for screens are really part of a larger draft location infrastructure. So that you know people can decide where they're going to interact with US based on their situation like if you're out shopping shopping you can pull out your Get that recipe in. You'll be able to get the ingredients if you want to shop and then save it. Walk over to your kitchen counter. Get home home. Bring up your savings in that in that recipe. Is there so you can use it. Hands Free to actually make it. Because that's that's a situation where a smart screen really really shines or you can go to your TV if you want the more. Lean back experience of watching of watching TV episode or just watching a cooking class rather Actually participating now. I think it's so cool. I think you guys are totally on the forefront in terms of how you take your bread and butter you know what's worked and then taking it in in trying to come up with. What does that look like in the next five ten years and I think you're well on your way of making something that is really A really exciting experience and I hope that you get there. The point to where he said that a non technical person can walk up to this thing and say a you know open The food network kitchen and then boom you know. They're they're searching through whoever they wanna Cook along with whether it be live or on demand That to me you give a couple good experiences like that to somebody and I think they realized that these type of multi modal voice voice. I devices are really. They are in a class of their own. There's something different than what we've seen before and that's another thing that really excites me about this. You know if we can build if we can make this experience Good enough for people to want to use it on a regular basis and make daily habits out of out of using it then they get more comfortable with using these these voice of multimodal screens you know and then they end up on the kitchen counters or in their living rooms or their bedroom and and now you get you you have the habit of using them and now you're looking around to find out what else we can use some kind of a rising tide lifts all boats. You know if you know it helps awesome If people get more comfortable using multimodal screens it helps us out because they're more likely to use them for a recipe and food preparation and but if they use a recipe and food food preparation now. What other brands can can start inserting insults in there and Using the same model The other the other thing that that I think it's exciting about this. Is You know we're we're creating different types of first party experiences that I think will eventually become a be able to be leveraged by other brands and other developers or example. The way we're doing live classes Building out the custom landing pages with countdowns and Meta data doing the live streaming with interaction time. I could see that uses tastes being used for you know. We discovery is the parent company of Neuro- Sport. I'd love to start doing the. HGTV yeah yeah. Based specially with the the on-demand classes and hardiman recipe or on-demand recipe class could be transferred over to A. You know home how to add. That would be very very helpful for myself. Personally I would love that. And not just within our own brands like if we laid out a generic way of doing video. step-by-step how to's with instructions and equipment and that could be that could be surfaced for other brands. Who are doing? You know you know anything from you. Know exercise training to arts and crafts things like that so that it becomes the Alexa platform becomes a more robust how to totally up form. So I'm I'm hoping that you know some of the work we're going to be doing next year really expands. What developers across the board are going to be able to do off Tim? I could not agree more. This was was awesome. I love it. I love everything that you guys are doing. And I'm completely in agreement with you. I think that you are paving the way for a lot of different ways in which people think about how these different tools can be used so thank you so much for joining me today for coming on the show. Thank you for everybody who tuned in and we will chat with you next time cheers. Thanks Dave thanks for tuning in today. I hope you enjoyed this episode of future ear radio for more content like this just head over to future ear dot co where you can read all the articles that I've been writing these past few years on the world's of voice technology and how to are beginning to intersect. Thanks for tuning in and chat with you next time..

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"food network" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

10:30 min | 9 months ago

"food network" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"The show all right so we're joined here today by Tim. mckelway Tim tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do all right. Thanks Dave Pleasure to be here. I am Director Director of emerging technology for discovery and discovery of course being a entertainment brand discovery Channel Food Network Asia TB maybe a ton of different Content channels across TV In mobile and I have been working with a team to build buildouts voicing conversational applications For about four years now. Yeah No. That's awesome so as he mentioned You know discovery being the parent company of the Food Network for those of you. Who may have heard the first two episodes that I did with Kathryn Prescott We actually talked a lot about this new service that's tied to The ECHO line devices. which is this food network kitchen? And so after that I actually got in touch with Tim. Tim is part of the team. That actually built this APP. So it's a really cool model and we're gonNA talk through it. But why don't we start Tim with giving us a little bit back on how the idea really came about for food network kitchen. So we've been we've been working in different delivery channels for food network content for a long time we have very successful at a very successful mobile APP. of course we're very successful and LINEAR TV and on the Web Our our direct to consumer group recognized that we need to change the way we deliver content based on the way that customers are really consuming. Content differently This we knew very successful linear TV. But that's not really the future of what we're going to be doing so we really had to do is sort of a deep rethink on. What the Food Network brand means and what the value is we're trying to deliver to customers customers and a very happy that we decide to take a kind of a really bold change to what we're doing? We are now offering offering a subscription product. Everything that was a free all of our free content prior to this and still free. So if you're if you're in using the previous after website jolly stuff is still there but we decided that in order to make the subscription valuable. We were going to start producing additional content and instead of just being a lean back watch TV experience. We're going to become more interactive so As well as being an entertainment provider. We're also going to be an education provider so we're now going to be giving on-demand cooking classes as well as live cooking. Classes and premiums step-by-step recipes. So the idea is across all bar bar platforms mobile connected. TV and Voice Multimodal on Amazon Alexa is that we're going to provide a consistent experience across all those platforms to allow Allow our users to be able to be inspired and select recipes. Be Able to do their shopping. And then also go to the kitchen counter and it'd be able to make them or learn how to make them become more comfortable kitchen Yeah that's I mean for me like that was a total Aha moment because Oh you made a good point there with like going from the setback experience where you're watching television. You're watching Ali. Flay show you how to cook something. And then now you're making it into this interactive model and I think that's been something that's been touted for wildlife is like this new interactive that some of these new platforms are giving rise to when I think that what your service does is. It ultimately takes that setback experience and makes that really interactive whether it be like you said the on-demand cooking experience or these live cookie classes and this idea of it's almost like a Peleton type experience where your in eclipse room if you will virtually because you're in your own kitchen and I think that's just really interesting because again it goes to this point of it speaks to. I would love to be a better cook but I don't really no where to begin in. Maybe just a traditional Cookbook isn't really for me. But if I'm given the opportunity to actually sort of INSTEP go. I got all my greedy and set aside all my tools and I'm watching Martha Stewart or whoever it would be I'm following along in class with them. That is really really compelling to me and I I can totally see how that is like an evolution of of a lot of the stuff that you guys have already been doing traditionally right now. We're really leaning towards the trust. Customers happened us. You know. Be The marquee talent like a Giotto or about the way But we also have a ton of culinary very talent internally heritz would network up Samsung sitting here at our offices and Chelsea market our studios upstairs where the actual kitchens are And we have a ton of expert culinary and research talent on on specific is specific areas from grilling baking. Being to just about anything. You'd want to do so you know. We provide trusted experience. So that you know that when you're taking a class you're taking a recipe it's been bedded and I think as you're saying the one of them kind of exciting parts of what we're doing. Are these live live classes so here we. We're doing some anywhere between four to six live broadcast today and not from our New York studios are early studios in out in location. And besides the fact that they're live and they're kind of a different quality to ally broadcast that or an on demand man class I've actually enjoyed them even more than I thought I was going to have. Some people who are just great live. Yeah I think specifically clearly like a shuffling Michael Simon just an amazing raconteur just incredibly entertaining just to listen to him. Talk what cooking. Yeah and and just to hear the stories and even see like little things that go wrong make it a little bit more interesting. You know that somebody is cooking live in front of you. You know. It's a little bit like watching Nascar. Yeah right and and on top of that. There is there's interactive or and so on our mobile mobile and connected TV platforms. We have Acuna function. So you can actually type in a question while last is going on in a moderator will see that to the talent who's giving demonstration and you could get an answer back or you'll get you'll you if it's a specific question and the talent doesn't have time I'm to respond. We'll have somebody in our culinary department. Actually respond to you. That's awesome. That's a really cool feature and this is something that is on is on mobile and connected the TV. We're working with Amazon. figure out how to bring that experience to to echo show as well watch live classes on echo show right now that that features here's available The interactive is something. We're going to be working on as being kind of a marquee feature because you can imagine you're you're taking a cooking class. You're going along on your kitchen counter and you just using your voice can just ask a question and a minute later. Giada answers your question live the the that would be a really cool feature. Yeah both both. We have for network and Amazon recognized. That's going to be something that we really want to lead into next year And then there's also a lot of possibilities but social aspect the fact that it takes Peleton as a model you know the thing about taking Peleton class. Not only the interaction with the teacher. But the fact that you did you really feel like. You're you're with a group of people taking having this experience at the same time and how we can lean into that the social aspect so that if you and your friends want to take a class at the same time can we provide something. That's more twitch experience so you can have between each other other end with the with the presenter at the same time. That's so cool. My my my mind is GONNA million directions right now because it's a it's truly. It's like everything that we were just talking about the interactivity X. Aspect of this really starting to see it with something like this and you know. I'm going back to my childhood where my older sister growing up was obsessed with food network like all the time that's what you'd be watching on TV. I think about you know like that next generation that you you know they can be introduced to this in the same way that she was introduced through linear TV. But now it's just like you said where it becomes a whether it's a social the thing where You know that next generation with their friends they're cooking alongside each other Or they're they're all in the same class with Giada that you know in in their cooking the same dish it really opens up a really exciting new opportunity and you know just given how centric food is culture and and how cool it would be if more people felt like. They were empowered to cook a really good meal That's really exciting to me right and you know one of the Nice things about food. Is that people. People tend to eat every day. Yep Great for habit forming but it's also in more than just the habit of having to eat you know there's a lot that's tied into food in people's into their aspirations feeds into their anxieties it it it it's you know it. You know all their special occasions the way they take care of their families the way they take care of their health even the way they feel like an adult. Yeah there is you know it you know. Some people may be more passionate about cooking than others. But I think there's for most of us you know we wanna be able to feel like we can go into a kitchen and be able to know our way around and make things that are that are at least a basic stuff seven important to us maybe learn a little bit more You know if you you have special occasions coming up if you Valentine's Day if you're if you WANNA know about about grilling.

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Food Network Kitchen is Using Voice to Bring You Live, Interactive Cooking Classes

Future Ear Radio

03:16 min | 9 months ago

Food Network Kitchen is Using Voice to Bring You Live, Interactive Cooking Classes

"Am Director Director of emerging technology for discovery and discovery of course being a entertainment brand discovery Channel Food Network Asia TB maybe a ton of different Content channels across TV In mobile and I have been working with a team to build buildouts voicing conversational applications For about four years now. Yeah No. That's awesome so as he mentioned You know discovery being the parent company of the Food Network for those of you. Who may have heard the first two episodes that I did with Kathryn Prescott We actually talked a lot about this new service that's tied to The ECHO line devices. which is this food network kitchen? And so after that I actually got in touch with Tim. Tim is part of the team. That actually built this APP. So it's a really cool model and we're gonNA talk through it. But why don't we start Tim with giving us a little bit back on how the idea really came about for food network kitchen. So we've been we've been working in different delivery channels for food network content for a long time we have very successful at a very successful mobile APP. of course we're very successful and LINEAR TV and on the Web Our our direct to consumer group recognized that we need to change the way we deliver content based on the way that customers are really consuming. Content differently This we knew very successful linear TV. But that's not really the future of what we're going to be doing so we really had to do is sort of a deep rethink on. What the Food Network brand means and what the value is we're trying to deliver to customers customers and a very happy that we decide to take a kind of a really bold change to what we're doing? We are now offering offering a subscription product. Everything that was a free all of our free content prior to this and still free. So if you're if you're in using the previous after website jolly stuff is still there but we decided that in order to make the subscription valuable. We were going to start producing additional content and instead of just being a lean back watch TV experience. We're going to become more interactive so As well as being an entertainment provider. We're also going to be an education provider so we're now going to be giving on-demand cooking classes as well as live cooking. Classes and premiums step-by-step recipes. So the idea is across all bar bar platforms mobile connected. TV and Voice Multimodal on Amazon Alexa is that we're going to provide a consistent experience across all those platforms to allow Allow our users to be able to be inspired and select recipes. Be Able to do their shopping. And then also go to the kitchen counter and it'd be able to make them or learn how to make them become more comfortable

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Take a flying bite on a rolling doughnut

Hungry In Nashville

04:00 min | 10 months ago

Take a flying bite on a rolling doughnut

"Your way to it as you. Listen to this podcast. There are few things is delicious. Is Fried Dough. Archaeologists believe they found fossilized remnants of. I'm in native American settlements but since the fresh ones are so tasty who will move on to win they appeared in Manhattan or as it was known at the time do Amsterdam at that point. It was marketed by Dutch bakers under a name. I can't pronounce. But which means Oily Kate. We're now going to the mid nineteen hundreds when a baker are put nuts like almonds in the center of the pastry in areas where it might not fully baked from this. The name don't was born at the time. It was spelled spelled D. O. U. G. H.. But Americans have shortened it to do in ut both are accepted but now you know how to quiet your snooty neighbor if they wanNA to make an issue of it as for how the hole in the center of the doughnut. There's several theories including one about ships captain who impaled one on the wheel but there's no oh definite answer so I'll just leave it there in one thousand nine hundred twenty in New York. A Russian emigrant built a machine that could make donuts automatically while he probably we didn't have a sign in the window proclaiming. That hot doughnuts are available. The public quickly found out about them and his business was a huge success. Eventually grossing twenty five million dollars a year. That's about three hundred ninety million in today's dollars. In addition to tasty doughnuts customers could also watch the doughnuts being made made as the Dow dropped into the oil and move down the line cooking as they went along through movies us stories and a world's fair everyone learned about doughnuts. Oh Nuts Joe. Lebow however learned about failure. He had made his way from New Orleans to Paducah Kentucky where he sold a secret recipe the Ishmail L. Armstrong a one with the name crispy cream. Tell me you see that coming. Armstrong headed to Winston Salem North Carolina where he began selling selling crispy cream donuts on July thirteenth. Nineteen thirty seven to local grocery stores. He then built the business into a small chain and put engineers to work developing a more efficient production line. The stores were mostly in the southeast. But in one thousand nine hundred ninety six a store opened in where else. Manhattan in two thousand crispy. Cream began offering stock to raise money for even more growth. Then there's this other little company called Dunkin donuts or as it calls itself today Dunkin Fun fact in southeast Missouri. There's a bakery called Dunkin donuts named after the county where it's located another store during that same name is in Pennsylvania Dunkin began in nineteen fifty and like crispy it grew into an international operation. Dunkin hopes to have fifteen thousand stores by next year. Crispy has about a thousand stores earlier. This year food network set out to pick the best doughnut any state eight in Tennessee. That prize went to the King Kong at five daughters bakery and frankly the product takes three days to make assuming you're now on your way to a bakery bakery. I'll give you one more chance to reconsider some donuts. have up to seven hundred calories crispy creams double dark chocolate. Donut comes comes packed. With three hundred and seventy calories and twenty six grams of sugar. I could tell you more about the health benefits doughnuts but do any of us really want to know I thought so. And finally it's

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Jerrelle Guy on Her New Cookbook 'Black Girl Baking'

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:35 min | 11 months ago

Jerrelle Guy on Her New Cookbook 'Black Girl Baking'

"Gerald how are you I'm doing really well thank you you were born in Lantana I guess it was an interesting place I I would say it was lower you right there was Jamaican Cuban Haitian food and culture so the food must have on my father's side you know things that my grandmother made just really really hardy she put ketchup in it which sounds strange now but it is nice sweetness so it was definitely you became a Vegan as a result in you so you really changed your entire dia in all of that so by becoming Vegan that sets you apart from your family and you know starch heavy because a lot of it too you know we're trying to feed a large food that I loved and I wanted to taste but that fit by Diet how I would watch the food network as a little girl and how I would see this huge contrast reality probably for a lot of people but even just the way that we approached and then she would leave like excess food in the ball I'm when she was transferring over were like who eats that like I don't know I didn't I didn't process yeah I was curious about what kind of world is that she could live in and not feel haning food scraps Just talk about that if you would for second no no I just got really inspired because I was going through this period where I was just very overwhelmed with mental state and so I was cleaning it out and I was taking my jars and I was that was really what I did with that project I just took old jars from my fridge and and it was just a fun project to help people think about ways that they can Belinda took over the Internet and the food it was a social media thing yeah that Aqua instead of egg white and aqua is just the Brian that you could get from just whip that up just like you would an egg white and then you just folded into instead of heavy cream oftens which my wife would look charcoal banana bread so it's and I think that it's just me you know I think that it it's all of the things it because I call the book that but I think that that's what makes it real you know like people on authenticity and food and just play with the techniques that you've learned then all of these new ideas just come up like it didn't feel like I was all whole wheat pastry flour mix it with white flour does that that because I feel like I can work it for a while because I have hot hands then I feel like sometimes I'm like you know depending on the temperature while you're there may Gerald thank you so much it was just a pleasure to speak with you I really enjoyed it thank you

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Food Site Gets Prized Ingredient: $83 Million in Funding

Business Wars Daily

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Food Site Gets Prized Ingredient: $83 Million in Funding

"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October tenth there were dollar a month subscription service that will deliver live video cooking lessons from celebrity chefs like Bobby Flay Guy Fieri the food network is modeling the Channel Home they felt it would be a good business opportunity notice that community I products second Well hellers instinct appears to have been and editor endorsed kitchen products ranging from aprons two sets of pots and pans and expensive candles what makes the company different is that its founders Amanda Heller in Mirror Awesome pop up stores success of course isn't guaranteed as recode points out the behemoth food network just announced a new somewhat similar venture seven stubs set out from the start to make food fifty two into a community the two whipped up the idea while cooking and stubbs kitchen heller dual sports recode reports companies in its portfolio don't rely solely on advertising for revenue but sell products or subscriptions the the success of Peleton the high end indoor cycling company it's betting that wealthy consumers will pony up for virtual cooking classes just like they do for spin classes right on because now the site claims millions of followers it's videos are entertaining board travelers on jet blue flights perhaps most importantly the founders salad the website is called food fifty two it offers a combination of superb writing for home cooks ranging from recipes to feature stories about workplace around crowdsource all of their product designs they say they tap into a community of twenty five thousand people for design ideas and feedback still with food and cooking the News Corp. which owns the Wall Street Journal he started turning group last year with the original intent to build a huge Internet conglomerate but that strategy sued fifty two's literary slant in some ways food 52s content is no different from what you can find on any good food blog recipes cooking tips in content coming out of our ears and eyeballs why did it investor sink so many millions into this particular site well. Peter Churn and used to run in your own business at more than one hundred million that's a hefty evaluation for a site started by two former New York Times food writers which by the way explained you know what I'm talking about and so good business news like good news in the wider world comes as a breath of fresh air today were reporting on the sale of a site that you may not assessment in restaurants and online stores selling kitchen and homegoods plus a wildly enthusiastic community that's the backbone of the business last week the evolved quickly and now T. CG take stakes in niche companies with clearly defined audiences like the meditation at Business Head Space and bars a venture capital firm called the Churn Group announced it's buying a majority stake in food fifty two for eighty three million dollars that stake values the ten you money will help Heller and stubs to expand their original line of kitchen and home accessories called five two they also plan to open a brick and mortar retail location as well told INC magazine in two thousand seventeen that they wanted a place online to hang out with other cooks and there wasn't one if they could create such an online while it's not the same model as food fifty two the channel is targeting the same audience as well funded as food fifty two now is it can't match the ever of heard out unless that is you're one of the millions of foodies who live and die by the best way to crush garlic or how best to season your roasted leaking apple strong bonds it's grown with its millions of followers who as Amanda Heller predicted love to hang out in its virtual space and that could be challenged resources of the multi-million dollar food network which has been around for more than three decades food fifty two has grown by some fifty percent a year over the last set if the new money turns out to be all about selling more cutting boards and garlic presses and less about funding mouth-watering recipes and stories about workplace the years according to the online newsletter morning brew now as venture capital boost the homegrown company into rocketship speed it lead to maintain the days when we feel like the business news is filled with failures and bankruptcies to be honest can get a little depressing if you listen to the show yesterday about forever twenty one linked in send a note by carrier pigeon whatever works best for you we sure appreciate. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow

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Carl Ruiz, celebrity chef, dies at 44

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Carl Ruiz, celebrity chef, dies at 44

"A word over the weekend of the sudden death of a popular celebrity chef who just opened a restaurant in the meat packing district this summer friends and colleagues have confirms that Carl Ruiz died in his sleep on Saturday he was the executive chef book shelf that is a block you Bonner and made frequent appearances on Food Network shows like diners drive ins and dives an Instagram post from his restaurant describes res as a mighty force of down home Cuban cuisine to live life to the fullest just as he cooked Ruiz was forty four years old the cause of death not yet

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Celebrity chef and Food Network star Carl Ruiz has died

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrity chef and Food Network star Carl Ruiz has died

"Word tonight of the sudden death of a popular celebrity chefs who just opened a restaurant in the meat packing district this past summer friends and colleagues have confirmed the Carl Ruiz died in his sleep on Saturday he was the executive chef of lock you bonafide made frequent appearances on Food Network shows like diners drive ins and dives an Instagram post from his restaurant describes Ruiz is a mighty force of down home Cuban cuisine who lived life to the fullest just as he cocked Ruiz was forty four years old the cause of death not yet

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Carl Ruiz, Food Network star, dead at age 44

Power Trading Radio

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Carl Ruiz, Food Network star, dead at age 44

"Popular New York chef. Carl Ruiz has died his restaurant log man has opened this summer in the meat packing district and he had made appearances on both NBC for and Food Network

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McDonald's employees, activists protest amid sexual harassment claims

Steve and Ted

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

McDonald's employees, activists protest amid sexual harassment claims

"More complaints and lawsuits against McDonald's alleging sexual harassment outside McDonald's corporate headquarters here in Chicago fight for fifteen protesters announcing twenty-five new filings with. The federal government over alleged sexual harassment and company owned restaurants in franchises food network host pod. Milosz me also protesting. Win penalties a comprehensive set of guidelines. Mcdonald's says in a statement that had strengthening its overall policy with training, adding third party hotlines and listening to employees concerns. Big labor for years has been trying to organize McDonald's and is behind this latest push

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Have one ready ideal? Ooh, very fancy. Let me find my Titanic. That really disturbed gravy. I'm sorry. Get I'm sorry. All right. Let's go. Okay. So I have to give it back story on this. So, you know, we're new to the city. So I'm trying to find ways to meet other people because. Adult. Yeah. And I don't have any co workers hear anything. So I somehow ended up on need up. And I saw win the categories was branching so ours like, I live branching. So I clicked on it. And the first one was. Branching for. Poly amorous? People of color in DC. Which I just had to read it like four times to process all of their requirements. So my icebreaker is what is your to specific meet up group? Holy cow. Okay. This is gonna take me a little bit. Can I break down the police because that that one requires a little bit of understanding, paulie amorous poly, amorous means lake up. So like you wanna be in a relationship with more than one person? Correct. Okay. But not exclusively. He want to be in relationship with more than can be exclusively. Okay. All right. So three people in an exclusive relationship interesting. So if let's say the Mayhew and gravy, earn relationship rate gravy, the cat and gravy goes out, and I just feel wrong about this. All righty draped. He goes out and hooks up with Tom. Do we feel cheated on? Yes. Okay. I think I understand now. So that's poly-amorous. Okay. Yes. Paulie amorous people of color, so people of color POC does that mean anyone who's not white? Or is that like does that include Asians, Indians, Latino Latina? I have no. Okay. To be honest with you. I don't even know what this is. Then you know, what? I mean. Maybe it's just black people. I don't know the image suggested. So okay. So African American people who want to be a throttle zone. It's called. Yes. What's what's four people? I have. I have. What's what's five sink sink? Couple. I don't know temple Quinta. All. Paulie, Columbus is what I would call it free Cup because poly means more than one. Yeah. So my niche group what say I think anytime you say Tri county area, it's funny because automatically makes it very rural. So let's do Tri county area. On board of scuba divers. Who are also swingers? How's that? So you have try county area scuba diving fanatics club for people who are swingers. Okay. And the idea would be that you'd go scuba diving with people rate somewhere in the Tri county area. And while you're there, you might hook up with somebody special not necessarily under the water. But you might like come up way to be like a K Carlino. We had a good time going scuba diving. I think something will happen. I think mine would be probably. Youngsters that leg to. He on rocks while watching barefoot Contessa. Nice. Okay. So just jokes funny. The podcast would be your thing. I like that. You hated mine so much that you just blew right past it. Well, it's because it was there. And I was about to lose it in okay to come out of my mouth. Okay. Who all would be a part of this group that you've created youngsters just cool people really thinks tres that like watching the barefoot Contessa, so mostly girls, and then they would be required to peon rocks. Don't ever tell you one time my little cousins, they would watch food network, and they would find recipes they really liked and bring them to my aunt and say, hey, we want to eat this. And it would be like six pages of instructions on how to quit fog worrall or something. Gosh, it was this Heather. Great dusty the cook in that family, though. Which you probably it'd be like, okay. He just figure it out. He'd try the obliging. I'm sure. So okay lips. Tri county area scuba dive, right? No me for swingers. Yeah. There was no creativity. In that. I didn't know what try again. Okay. Florists in the Chicago area who are transgender the transgender floors like your real group. It sounds this is why like it. Right. It would be that. Right. Yeah. And also I want them to be like exclusively transgender though. So they're not really open to the whole flag. They just want the tea, right? Okay. And then they have to be floors too. So that's my group. Okay. All right. I think that's been icebreaker. This has been fun. Salute real quick as the ship goes down..

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Delicious. Strawberry, tarts, sweet pastry wins right to Rakim and come into the picture. Later in here greens. Apparently. Oh, I know. I love you. We did we do this video had one hundred three thousand views and just a woman near rating the food network. We should start doing that. We should just turn on food network and just narrate it and not be the podcast literally asked for a co host earlier for that exact thing, it's a great idea. I know. Watching old episodes of barefoot Contessa Amin. I don't know anything better than that. At mean, this video of about to show us pretty great. You wanna see it? Yes. Okay. So there's this thing that happens when you're a child, and you know, hormones or pumping through your body at around like eleven twelve thirteen fourteen he go through puberty, right? And you're like halfway child and halfway in adult. Right. You you can tell this is happening to someone when you walk to a family, reunion and your cousin comes up. John Lewis just like that. Right because the voices going up and down and down, you know, like they're going to they're like, I'm an adult, but they longingly stare at the kids table, exactly. And they're they're all like, they don't want to bring it up. But they're also Minecraft house later, right? Whatever the fortnight is the new thing now. So it was like do the other day four night tapped over his dead body. John Lewis is amazing. I don't know. I'm not Jeffrey on. So there's this beautiful thing that happens when you're fourteen where you are almost adult, but you can snap back to childhood just like that. And I think there's a video highlights that perfectly. So we have here is a YouTube video of kid filming another kid skateboarding. Some pretty cool tricks. Popped in Ali all nice mini ramp. Perfectly manicured lawn on the side of this is obviously suburban America nicest fucking sidewalk I ever have seen. Oh, perfectly pave. But this is not an inner city child. Ship porn some tricks. And then all of a sudden, disaster strikes. Can you hear that scream? He just felt he just felt like he didn't break anything. Great here. He is mid air listened to his scream, right?.

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Rachel race two thousand and. Yeah, or four. Rachel Ray two thousand and five. This is not something that I remember. I wonder if it was so SEA readdress. Yeah. Okay. This is kind of the look that she has a red dress. Now, I'm not like. Nut nothing. It's just fourteen year old ways. I thought she was so hot. I was pretty but she's not like not like her. I mean, also, I was you know, kids. Maybe she should be the first person I ever tell that. I dislike really. Abia just you should go to a book signing and just show up with your ask her for her phone number. So that I can you know start off with. Three paragraphs event. I just don't like that's great whittle it down to like almost nothing. Just that simple. Y you that's it. All right. We were searching for I'm a garden Jeffrey compilation on YouTube, and we found this which I think is adorable because it highlights that culture of people who watch these shows, you know, European Danielle on. Yes, my people John Lewis watch for t- seconds and said, you know, we have to put this on the podcast. It's too good. We we have to the cat is flipping the controls on the control port. Sound levels are terrible. Biscuit. Here's our new producer. Daniel you got replaced by cat, sir. Here's this video. All right. This is I n a garden. Jeffrey is wonderful first of all she's narrating it. She's got her camera pointed at a TV, and she's narrating food network circa probably two thousand nine hundred ninety eight two thousand eight is when this came out. Ten years off. Great intro. Didn't realize what I was missing out on. The do b. I think is the best thing ever. Gore. We do be do be do no way food network would put it stamp of approval. What have been this really hip of beat him both on? We just have the host dooby doo. Bee doo dopey. Great. I tend to clarify to the do the duty..

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"I always liked rig know his last name sounded like fire. Yes. Nice. Isn't it? Maybe that's why he wears flames shit because feary actually means flyer on Italian. You think that's why he does it. Yeah. It's like a whole thank dude. It's gotta be a whole thing. I stopped watching whenever all these other crazy people came in who else like the pioneer woman and stuff like pioneer woman. I I didn't I I had grown out of love pioneer woman. She's I there's this woman. She's incredible. She has a blog. She's a lawyer. She has three hundred kids, and she spends her time making these great little, omelettes. It's amazing. She's still talks to me about her what pioneers woman talks to you about my mom. Yeah. My mom's gonna freak the fog tears. No. She the last time she is like Iranian to somebody that was in her sorority, and this has been her planned with her the last thirty years. Like pioneer woman said some sort of like, she has a waltz period of mind wall 'cause read your everywhere, but it's so cutesy it looks just like Pinterest. Yes. There's a wreath hanging off. So cute. Pioneered the bed. So funny. She was the first person to skyrocket a blog in new career to like she was the first one where I was like. Okay. People actually make money off of having blogs. Yeah. And they're just a million people riding her coat tails ever since I've course, I does she live like goodness small Oklahoma out. She lives down or something nowhere. I don't know. You know, what I admire the most about her Kansas. What is that? Her. Husband, whatever they all have this tiny or not tiny. It's actually a huge ass form. But at touted him it'll nowhere, and I think most people would be like woo life new and she's like now fuck it. I'm gonna do the food network. You stay out here on your fucking farm. And I'm going to use it benefit me. That's excellent. I'm going to be on the food network. Let's look good move. All she was a lawyer too. When she started the blog, right? Okay. Or or was it the one of the things we're like, she was a lawyer, and then she moved out to the country, and it was like, I can't be a lawyer here. So now, she starts a block that makes me so sad. What that you moved out to the country in started a blog because she couldn't be a lawyer low worked out for I don't I don't know that that's the case. Maybe she was a small town lawyer. But what if this? She wanted to be aware. Maybe she did. I don't know anyways improper to double career hat. Even do you. Did you ever watch emerald? I don't even know what that is other than greenstone. He was the not emerald. He was I pause quick emerald is either a very foreign name or very old south name period. Talion? I he he is like the original salt bay. Okay. All right. When he went through the spices into the thing and go bam. Nice. Okay. So I like the people do that when it makes just the most subtle change to the taste of food to parsley. Bam parsley Zaveri ignore -able spice like you can't tell whether somebody put it in parsley or not. That's not true. I can't. I mean, maybe you can I can't there's two spices. I can tell were inserted into food result soul in anything spicy..

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"So McDonald's used to heat their coffee up to it'd be really hot when it was brewed. So it would last a period of time. So she got a really fresh batch of coffee, right? Which is like three million degrees. So it would last until five pm that night. You know, because it's McDonald's they're not gonna fuck and make a fresh pot every hour. You know, that's true. So she can spilled that all of her lap. Right. As it came out of the burner. You know, said she's an old lady like she's feeble and shit like she was going to spill the coffee, you know, then, and that's why we live in a Letitia system, or whatever it is a a five dollar word as they say because we want to live in place where you can sue if something goes wrong like that is true. But yeah, I guess at just really struggle seeing that it would be own. Did you see the burns on that woman though? Oh now, I didn't know my God. They were that bad, dude. It looks like she spilt lov on her lap like straight up. It looked like she just sat there during one Pompeii went off like she looks like fucking terrible. It was bad, dude. Really, bad back tissue. Fs. Okay. Been chef so Chevy. The chef cast. Person. I did not enjoy. Okay. Bobby flay? Yeah. I could see that Bobby flay was kind of like fast food type shit, right? Many hotdogs. This thing miniature hot hot dogs, see, but okay after Jiahd, I think my favorite was Alton Brown. Okay. Who's Alton Brown? He's a win who he was the host of good eats. Okay in he did all the science. He stuff. Oh, that's cool. So he'd be like. You the way that you cook an egg at the he was like the Bill Nye of the food network. Interesting is great, Bill Nye the foodie guy. He is great. He's not dead. Maybe roast news. Oh is in a better place. Now, where's the food network? And then, of course, that's land. We've all found out about diners, drive ins and dives. Yes. Classic which everybody dance. Yeah. Flame crocs shirts, flame crocs feary. Yeah..

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"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"food network" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"At least five Michelin stars. But six please, Michael. That's a little too much. Don't you think I mean, really? So when I was a little girl, I used to watch the food network called it like that was on more often than cartoon tour for sure, and I still to this day from the era that I watched the food network have very strong opinion on which shifts were the best. Really? Okay. So you're so worst to best go. Best. Oh, you're starting with the best barefoot Contessa. Okay. Barefoot Contessa was Italian that was her. No, no. She is I n- garden will her food that she did was talion, right. No hug, you're thinking of giada de Iran. A I don't think I confused JR. Whatever you just said with barefoot contests contests. It does like a bunch of different stuff. But I think she does a lot of French cuisine and like new American that sort of thing. Let me ask you this. Did she put her feet in the food because that'd be gross? No. But then why did you put the feet in her name? I'll actually well. No, she or wait is that her name was she native American. So you're not that I'm aware of their foot could Tessa today. We cook them you calling yourself at our no happy hands. Louis best. Right. But that's would be native American name. I would be the first native American mime, and they would call me happy hands Louis and consider myself, a very lucky woman. Very lucky squall actually, be respectful of my adopted culture. What else was I talking about? Oh, yeah. Ranking. Okay. So then after that I did like. Diatta Diller NT's. I don't even remember everyday Italian that was her show. Okay. So fun fact, I know so little about the food network. I assume that was a man. No, she was legit Italian end. She's absolutely gorgeous. Gorgeous like, dude, gorgeous or gorgeous, girl, gorgeous. I think both interesting because for listeners of this podcast. There's a discrepancy, right? There are certain women that women find extremely attractive and certain women that men find extremely attractive and do not always overlap. That is true leash. It gives them an example. Okay woman who's girl attractive a woman who's very girl attractive to me is Emma stone personally because there there are definitely dudes that find her very attractive. But when men are ranking like women that they find like to be super hot. She doesn't normally hit the list. I would say when that's like very woman attractive is an like Kieran nightly. Yeah. Okay. Good example, ama- not Emma stone. Harry Potter, Emma, O, Emma Watson. Yes, m Watson is lying. The most gorgeous woman ever interests me. Yes. She's she's definitely pretty and I know dudes have crushes on her for sure. But like if dudes are sitting around talking like, oh, she's so hot. She never comes up like or very rarely. And if you bring your op, it's just like, yeah. Let's just you're weird. Harry Potter thing. Do you know? I know I feel like that's just men have different taste was true. Like, but I mean, that's my point. Right. So if you say girl is really hot bright may or may not I like in my mind, I might go. That woman is attractive like I can see why you would find her to be pretty, but I don't think she's hot, you know, there's a difference. And that's that's the point. I'm trying to make. Okay. So anyway, go back to your barefoot Contessa was first Italian ladies second. Yes. And then I have to go the other way again K o. Gosh, I'm so bad with names after Arlos. At least you got the race, right? The Thai Carlos is Filipino though. But Thai for most hated show on here was a tie between. Rachel ray. Really? You didn't like Rachel Ray. I hate re-all. She's as American as apple pie though, and semi Homer semi homemade with Sara Lee. Wow. I don't know Sara Lee. But Rachel, right..

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"food network" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"food network" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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