23 Burst results for "Gourmet Foods"

"gourmet foods" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Consent decree, Clean Water Act mandates and dramatically improve water quality in the Mill Creek. Diana Christie is the director of the Metropolitan Sewer District. The green space attracts visitors with the goal of revitalizing South Fairmont. Crisil and Westwood will both now have this beautiful gateway. That is positive. And softer. In the harsh Decline of the past that is Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. President Biden, promoting the development of electric vehicles he visited. Afford electric vehicle facility in Michigan says that China has passed a spy and research and development. Let's check Wall Street now. The Dow is currently up. I'm sorry down by 109 points. NASDAQ Up 22 S and P s also down by 13 points. Learning from the new shopping habits during the pandemic, Macy's changing its lineup. New categories like toys, health, wellness, pets, home decor. Other stuff, The CEO says they're putting on their website. Hair products. Nail accessories. Gourmet Foods reds at home against the Giants Tonight 5 40 Air Times. 6 40 the first pitch right here. News radio 700 wlw The Reds lost to San Francisco last night to 35 next news of three Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw Getting I'm Dr Andrea Russo a cardiologists. Maybe you're waiting to talk to your doctor right now. But if you're having an irregular heartbeat, heart racing, chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue or light headedness. Don't.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on WTOP

"The hour. Let's see what's happening with Jeff Play Ball Pandemic played a role in many of the Washington region's top business stories in 2020, but not all of them. Some of the top business stories locally were good news for the region's economy. There were several high profile company and corporate relocation announcements in 2020. Among them was Volkswagen North America's decision to move its headquarters to rest in town center. Springfield, Virginia based International Gourmet Foods, one of the largest food wholesalers in the mid Atlantic amounts plans to move its headquarters to Woodbridge. Spice maker McCormick and company Chose Baltimore County for its largest distribution center in the world. At Sparrow's point, relocating several smaller distribution facilities, and Baltimore based asset manager T. Rowe Price announced intentions to stay in Baltimore It's home since its founding in 1937. With a newly built waterfront headquarters building at Harbor Point. Jeff Cable WTP news. Thanks so much, Jeff. Keep it here. We'll have a look at traffic and weather tonight Some areas could see a little bit of icing. It is to 26 money news brought to you by whole foods market. Hey, prime members celebrate the holidays at Whole Foods Market with 30% off all went to two ounce caviar through January 5th while supplies last find more deals on the whole foods market app 2020 The year of the pandemic, unemployment, uncertainty and the year I learned I may have to spend more for my HIV medicine in the midst of everything else. A new Trump administration rule could take.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The Golden Big on Grand Avenue. Um, the grand collective on Grand Avenue. Good. Oh, yeah, below the grand collective is a good one. Remember, because that I like you know, back to what you were saying At the beginning, Mitch, I think that the trend is groups of small brands teaming up together whether it's online or in a shop. Obviously six for good. A lot of brands that started out in Your markets right? And then when open their own store, they're also online. So if you don't want to go into their story, 50th or it Rose Dale, you can log on to their website and shop. All of those brands, jewelry and bags and gourmet foods and and all sorts of all available room and that's the same thing. Grand Collective. I don't think has a website, but they've got several local brands in there as well. Oh, hi there. I mean, I live in Saint Paul. So they're my go to. I need a cribbage board for somebody as a hostess gift. And I mean, that's what I'm going to any party. But then somebody you're planning ahead. You're a party all by yourself. Yeah. Harmony. I tried. Yes. Brand collective has So many different brands in that space, and then you have down the street from that the grand hand, which has all art community artists who are collective inside of there. You're not. And then you're not far from Catholic tea. And you can pick up a little treat, right? I mean, who could Who could walk past campaign like hair, blood and chocolate without stopping? But then you've got mischief toys. I mean, there's a whole area of that Grand Avenue that I like you. How about I like you? They have everything you could imagine. And an online you know, shocked. So, Yeah. Japanese in Highland and Doodle Bird over by Tacoma doing very 00. My gosh, You guys executed little shop, is it It's all local brands inside this precious little store it is on. I put all these Eli's said I'm not gonna make you do homework. I got all these addresses. I love it. 28 03 East 42nd Street. I mean, you guys, the governor said as day one. Shut down, Go into your car and take a drive. So I mean, I kind of Talk to these places because You know, it's like right, Mitch. I mean, not because you're always go destination shopping to neighborhoods. A lot of people don't have the time or the patience to do that. But this is the time we don't have other places to go. No. Make a point to go. Yeah. Go to a new neighborhood and hit just a couple of small shops. And you guys talked about Ridge. Dale. There are things in malls. Um, the BND custom craft. They're hosting shop. They didn't last year to called the founders, and I know they have one needed cookie jar who gives to abuse women. They have several brands in there, so there's This collective that ridge Dale, There's collective that self fielders Rosen Loon, of course, at Rosedale Mall of America has the whole George Floyd themed help. Bina can't remember when any comments Yep. Community comments and then the one There's Is it home, spun I think it's called and homespun has a South Minneapolis store, but they're popping up at Southdale Ridge, Dale and Eden Prairie Center, locally owned and all sorts of local brands within You're making me want to go shopping right now. And Holly Holm boutique, which is kind of a seasonal pop up Now, they did a fall when I talk to you guys about today is ugly Christmas sweater day. Every Thursday is ladies night and wine and hairstyles, and they have like 75 brands in there. If you want ornaments if you want the painted stuff is in there. Debbie walks Fabulous ceramics. All right there. We're not lacking. No way. Where is that match? Where is the Holly? Where's that happening? Holly, how is at Was her address. No, you don't. No. One Burnsville Parkway one on one Burnsville Parkway. Okay, so go to Burnsville. Get out. Great idea. Well, Mitch, it's so good to hear your voice. We miss seeing you out at the markets but lots of ways to thanks for the inspiration. Lots of ways to shop local I'll be back in the spring. Oh, thanks. We can't care. All right. You guys will be back with whose look? Is it anyway? Next gun shop, girls, nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. I ordered a baby cage and it came. Sorry. What? What? E don't think you should say, baby case like so good e mails Cage..

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True Christian Hospitality with Karen Ehman

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

03:53 min | 1 year ago

True Christian Hospitality with Karen Ehman

"Me. I've always just a pastor's wife so you know you would think with the resume that hospitality should just come easy. And i had a mother who was amazing at hospitality even though she worked fulltime job My memories are so full of our house. You know not only having people over for dinner but literally. My parents opening their homes for people who needed a place to live for a while. We used to call it gustafsen home for wayward boys and girls. I love that and there was just this open armed like we knew if someone needed a place to say even today even though my parents are much older i know that if someone really needs somewhere to stay that my parents have an extra room and would be happy to have them and so that spin just a part of their life which i would just imagine. You should have become part of my dna. But it doesn't come as easy to think that this that hospitality in that open armed approach to life. Is that a a personality type or a spiritual gift or something that we all need to cultivate. Why definitely think certain personalities tend to have an easier. Go of it. I definitely think it is a spiritual gift however not off the hook if we don't have the personality or we don't have the spiritual gift of hospitality because you know in the bible. We are told to practice hospitality. And when you look into the greek rendering of the word it's written as a command. It's not a suggestion. It's not a a sentence that best translated now. If you decide to offer has to do it this way you know. We are all told the practice hospitality and so. I don't think that it's something that we're exempt from. However i think if we can learn to have the right perspective about it it can be something that all of us can do. Because what's happened. Joanna is that the world has tainted what we think of hospitality. We look at what. The world says entertaining. Is you know which is having people to impress them with your fancy stuff in your gourmet food big house and all of those things we see on. Hgtv and i'm not knocking hdtv right. I love watching it. I'll ride but we need to learn to use those decorating websites those fixer upper shows. And all that as a resource rather than try to mimic them the lifestyle. And think that if we don't have gourmet food and a lovely redecorated house than we can't practice hospitality entertaining. What the world entertaining puts the emphasis on you in impressing others. Hospitality puts the emphasis on your guests and seeks to refresh them. Not impress them when they are in your home. It's it's about them not about you. Say about your stuff about your your food about your home. It's about them and how they feel when when there with you and the person who i reached out to me with welcome with my pastor's wife and they lived in a very old church parsonage that hadn't been redecorated in years. She used to feed me. Warmed up creamed chipped beef over day old bread. That had been into toast because that's what her family was having their eating leftovers that night. But you know what it tasted like. A gourmet feast when i was with her. Because i really didn't care about the food. I really didn't care about the house. I cared about how i felt. And i wish i could quote properly who i. I heard say that you know people will never forget how you made them feel. And that's what has battalions. It's making them feel wanted and welcomed and really listening to them as they speak. It doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't have anything to do with your home your

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Gift card from Cinderella Gourmet food markets. Johnny I know you love Catarella. Hey, hold on. Hold on, lady. Here's a question. Lady Gaga recently teamed up with another Italian American pop diva to record the hit single rain on me. What is her name? 877970. 29 99. You get the correct answer, and you win a $50 gift card from Terrell, A gourmet food markets fresh from the source since 1912 All right. That's a good question. I love John. I have this thing I were dug into John Viola and he is my buddy. And he is the son of Ah, Vinnie Viola, Wall Street legend and icon and Johnny. I'm telling you for the first time, and John, by the way, is executive director of No Columbus dot or it's the year We have talked about this for years. This is our year, We finally all got together and I know you played a big part in that, John and I thank you for that, my friend. We could be in a lot of leadership from guys like Joe making sure that you're keeping the message going and Making sure time Americans or where, how much we're together on these issues. You were great. Until when I'm on the air and I'm talking about and I and I read the spots, you know, and we have a big shout out to Frank Evo. PR great sales guy happens to be Italian, John. I'm just saying, but he gave most of his team is severely good. Tulip is give Debbie do Hey, She's the English gal in the middle of it up, But listen, we appreciate Well, you know, one of me forget to the testosterone man. But, John, I love that you step you stepped up and you bought in the Columbus citizens about Asia. The Italian sons and daughters of America. National Italian American about knee off and the order sons and daughters of Italy in America. You Niko, do you know Because I always say, Johnny Correct, Weaver, and you're a young kid. Man, you really are and all I know the time there was fight with each other. You don't get offended because they said one thing that this was a great eso. So thank you for that. Tell us about no Columbus that or God bless you for doing this, John, give us a breakdown of how you got this started. You know me, Joe, So I must have some childhood promise of my brain that makes you want to work with all Italians all time. This is amazing Initiative because you know, I spent six years in D C with the National Italian American Foundation of this sort of became a professional Italian American. This is what I do, and about a year ago, I was approached by three or four of these six groups. They basically said this Columbus issue is not fair. It needs riel exposure needs troops and the sixth largest groups in the community have put money together. They've all created a structure where you know no ego involved shared leadership of top total hierarchy free and they asked me if I would consider being the Kind of acting executive director, which I couldn't say no to that many Italian guys because I know them so well and they're all my friends. Of course. Yes, and I thought our mutual friend, my business partner had a boil on with me and big scene, but we felt that he's really the Italian Wikipedia so Yeah, we came onto this. And it was all about the fact that this issue is so much abused in popular media that even though it's not really an Italian American holiday at its root We as a community most closely associated had to say enough is enough to do something. You know how you know? And then Chazz Palminteri, my dear friend, you know, he narrated that great documentary that they great documentary explaining Columbus. Why can't we are? Maybe you're working on it? Because you're always a step ahead of everybody in a great way. We appreciate them. Does this go into schools Because You know the whole Howard's in philosophy. The whole Communist socialist of Let's ruin everything from Western civilization is really locked into the educational process of every public school. Is there any way to get what you have been fighting for? Certainly this last year and really telling the truth about Columbus inside schools, at least That's that's why I love you, Joe. That's what I've been working all morning. I have been thinking about coming on here because you're so right. I was reading notes on education moving this Maxwell kind face was said the Revolution is not gonna happen with guns can happen year over years we take over the schools. And we moved them towards egalitarianism marches on that it's it's 100, plus year old strategy to just completely gut people self confidence in democracy, capitalism and investor in thinking And you know, when we made this foundation that was the first kind of question was that we would create. Curriculums and workbooks and Matt and I said, because I had done it for so many years fighting this fight alongside you about Columbus for years that it's not the first battleground because I remember. I got interviewed for a documentary about seven years ago, and I forgot about it. It came out the guys that are gonna be very pro Columbus and I didn't mean of you. I showed him my collection of antique stuff. And then I saw it a few years ago, and the opening scene is in a class from a third grade classroom and the teacher's teaching these kids about Columbus by having one kids steal the other kid's lunch. And saying, OK, that's Columbus. These teachers don't want to really teach the truth. They didn't. They could care less where the source is come from their teaching ideology there teaching an agenda and were seeking out fact because This guy has been maligned, not because of him himself Person. She was definitely flawed individual, but he was actually one of the greatest celebrants and defenders of indigenous peoples. He's being the line because Western cultures align, and it's just a terrible abuse of one figure and a holiday to push an agenda. It's just interesting and thank you for the fight. We're talking with John Viola John is executive director of No Columbus dot org's k N O. W no columbus dot org's and a great Italian American and he got bad. Trust me. He doesn't need to be doing this. He could be doing so many so many things, but he stays vigilant on his heritage, and we celebrate ethnicity everywhere before we break. It's so true and I, but the people that are out there writing And they're taking down. Not only Columbus is taking a Frederick Douglass and to taking that Abraham Lincoln and this will show you It's just on education. And you know, it's weird because the means I get to say the mainstream media, But it is the bulk of the media doesn't question it, Young. You're like you're out there fighting alone. But I tell you what, you're making great headway this year in particular, John Viola. Really working hard, Joe and you know, the more people we can just bombard with fact the more people we can show that the primary source documents or never referenced the truth about this figure and the truth about the Columbian exchange with not but it's been made out to be since Howard's and we do turn people even if they won't say it. I mean people live less conversations who will Give you all the fact they agree. And then they have, but I still don't think it should be a holiday, right? Well, much agriculture pressure. But that that's not America Americas, Not a country sort of gives in to apathy. We we have to be strong and defend. What's right about our history and in our country, and then you turned down everybody. John, give my love to the family, man. You'd best John Biola. Yeah, the primary source documents. You know what? They don't even check them out. You right in the taran down in writing And on on a false narrative, John? Great. That's so proud to know you, my young friend. You're the best. I know. I love you and give give my love to your mom and your dad and to pad over there and please come back anytime, John. You're so welcome here. I can't wait to see again on the other side of this job. That's right, man. God bless Johnny. Thank you so much. John Viola right there. One of the brightest young kids. I know. Just a great great guy and great for you know, America..

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"$50 gift card from Cinderella Gourmet food markets fresh from the source. Since 1912 you can call 877970 29 99. Then you let us know I know the answer to this and you could give us a call and let us know. Joe Piscopo on the radio. I'm gonna go right to Mike Santo if I may, but I love that theater county community is joining together. So we want to bring to the airwaves, Mike, By the way, if you're not Italian Americans stay with us on this because we speak for all ethnicity everywhere we really do. We all go through the same thing and you get the disrespect and you get downtrodden. And your grand parents. Your parents come in, You know from another country, your great grand parents. And it is our responsibility to really maintain the legacy of our families that come from other countries, too, For one reason to become American, you know now Mike Santos, special counsel to the National Columbus Educational Foundation. Hey, Mike, Welcome to the show. Make great to have you with us. Morning, Joe. Thank you very much for having me. Well, it's great in a shout out to the National Columbus Educational Foundation. This is about that world joining together. My usually We're fighting with each other man. This is great. Come on. Yes, that's true, were very well known for splintering really was only 50 years ago. Huh? It's done is about a necessity and it's a wonderful thing and has done because we have finally getting off our guff to react to a lot of the negativity. That's going on against Italian Americans. We became completed in our complacency. We became complacent and our success so we kind of missed the ball. You were things go. We left curriculums and through our schools. We left things. Go against us without fighting because we're fine. We're successful people. The point is a point where we had enough. The silent majority is speaking. We're now acting together in unison. The group that you mentioned this foundation is really a coalition of five of the best and most influential Italian American groups in the United States. And when they really take me there anymore, So we're reacting and It's a good thing. We're very young group in one sense of the foundation but was very old and sounds of the collectivity of the five groups. You know, well said We were complacent and you say Well, look, and then the younger generation sometimes don't get it, you know. But let's start here if we can like Santo about this 18 91 lynching of Italian Americans in almonds, the Sicilian Americans down there tell us I know the story, but just for history because it was the largest mass lynching in the United States of America in our history, and you never hear about it, And that was that was just a horrible, horrible incident. 18 91 not Take us back there. Mike, if you would It's true. It happened in the march of 18 81. The underlying issue was that there were hundreds of thousands..

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Origin Stories: Joe Coulombes Quirky Legacy at Trader Joes

Business Wars Daily

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Origin Stories: Joe Coulombes Quirky Legacy at Trader Joes

"From wondering I'm David. Brown and this is business wars daily on this Monday August third. During the pandemic, the news has been rushing by faster than a bullet train. It's easy to get caught up in the daily news overlook the big picture. So this week we're taking a little step back in looking at the origin stories of some of America's most iconic companies I in our series trader. Joe's it's founder Joe Colom died in. March, at the age of eighty nine trader Joe's of course, is the neighborhood grocery chain that transformed millions of people, shoppers, and employees alike into cult-like fans. The impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Coloma cultural icon there's no trader Joe's near You well, let me. Step back for just a second and tell you the story. It was nineteen, sixty, seven Joe Coolum. Thirty seven had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. The had to find something else to do one day. Kulam read that sixty percent of young people who were qualified to go to college. We're going thank you GI bill. He also read that Boeing was building a plane, the seven, thirty seven that would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas the assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous New York Times reported. The idea for trader Joe's a store with fresh produce, sophisticated flavors and good wine affordable prices was born he opened the first one in Pasadena California that year famously Kulon conceived of Trader Joe's is a store for the quote over educated and underpaid his stores would serve budding foodies who wanted something more than they could get it typical supermarkets but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something? More was what he built quirky stores with. South. Seas flair shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues. So strongly today that following colognes death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional that could teach me as much about emotional intimacy as a trader. Joe's cashier. The hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant that people ask why they seem so happy. It isn't simply good customer service training that accounts for the smile. It's no Colom also believed in treating employees well, today according to the trader Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees they receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent health insurance starts on. Day One more than one person tweeted that trader Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments. But with trader, Joe's health insurance he paid nothing as the A. P. noted, many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover. From colognes ethics good food at affordable prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two unheard of cookie butter and frozen Mac and cheese

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Judge: Californians can buy foie gras from out of state

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Judge: Californians can buy foie gras from out of state

"In California's complicated relationship with flog Rob. A federal judge has partially overturned the state's ban on the delicacy, saying the California health code does not prevent it from being brought in from out of state. But don't expect to see the indulgent patty on the menu at your local bistro or go gourmet food shop. L. A based federal judge Steven Wilson said the sale of foie gras doesn't violate the law if the seller is located outside of California, and the product is brought in by 1/3 party delivery service. However, foie gras still can't legally be resold, which means restaurants and stores are prohibited from selling it. That's according to attorneys for both the plaintiffs and the defendants. Support for NPR comes from

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Next generation drive-in theaters are here!

Talking Tech

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Next generation drive-in theaters are here!

"TRIBECA. A company founded by actor Robert Deniro and his producing partner Jane Rosenthal. They are staging a summer July drive in festival, offering new films like Palm Springs, classics like back to the future, and Jerry Maguire and stand up comedy on the big screen. And then the fall Tribeca is bringing NFL game so the drive in as well. Now my screening of Palm Springs started at five PM at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena California. When I asked if that wasn't perhaps a Typo as you need dark skies to be able to project the film under the big screen, I was given a firm. No, we use LCD screens which are viewable from the cars I was told LCD like the TV's. We buy and put in our living rooms now to listen to the audio. They don't put a speaker on your car door like they used to, but instead they. They ask you to tune into a specific portion of the FM radio dial or use a Wifi signal to hear it on your phone. Food came from gourmet food trucks part of the rose. Bowl, which had several screens going at once now it's funny, because just a few years ago, drive ins were absolutely dead, only used for flea markets, and the like on Sundays and occasionally in very rural markets. They might shows movies. So I love their back, and I hope they make it. However I parked too close to the screen and could only see seventy percent of it unless I yanked my car chair back all the way. And the LCD looked bad as good as a TV does in a really bright room in other words, not so hot. The audio was great, but I had to keep the car running for two hours in order to play the FM that and it was a hot night so I need the air conditioning on as well and yes I burn through a bunch of gas, but you know I was glad to get out and I know now to park way in the back next time and to go to a later show when it's dark and most importantly to fill up on gas before arrive. TRIBECA is not the only company working on reviving the drive in there are several others around the country. Be sure to try it out and support them because who knows how long it's going to be before we can go out to the movies again.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on KOMO

"My texts I am looking for the spare house key maybe I can get through the window turns out the alarm works wow it works you should probably call me back always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents twenty three minutes after the hour on first welcome back and you know from stay at home orders to less money being spent this pandemic has been hard on some businesses but it's been good for others here's Mandy Gaither despite a pandemic some online business is booming target reporting online sales skyrocketed one hundred and forty one percent last quarter as the big box chain took advantage of American shopping in bulk from their homes Amazon also doing better than others boasting a net sales increase by twenty six percent in the first quarter over that same time period in twenty nineteen Walmart says their E. commerce sales grew seventy four percent this year with strong results for grocery pickup and delivery services home improvement stores like home depot and Lowes also reporting increased sales but others aren't doing well the airline industry air travel style ninety one percent since March in the latest report by the airlines for America organization several major retail companies have also filed for bankruptcy in the past couple of months including J. C. Penney J. crew and Neiman Marcus to name a few other big names filing for bankruptcy clothing brand true religion apparel gourmet foods retailer dean and deluca and gold's gym while filing for bankruptcy doesn't necessarily mean the business will shut down it does mean each one has a long road ahead financially I'm Mandy Gaither and without any further ado here's Kevin Curnow and joining us to talk about a brand new animated series called Central Park which is on apple TV plus and boy really does have quite a quite impressive all star cast good morning Michael yet does it actually has a really nice background catch of course you have Josh gad as the wraparound narrator to it and of course he's it's it's a part musical part cartoon thing so of course Josh gad is well known for for doing music and he's sort of this he he's he's this in character narrator that that that propels the story but you've also got people like Kristen bell and Tituss Burgess you've got yeah Kathryn Hahn and Stanley Tucci one of my favorite actors playing the evil old woman who looks over Central Park and wants to develop it and then it's about the family that runs the park this the caretakers of the park it's made by the same people who did Bob's burgers so has that style and element tune in if you remember Bob's burgers also has the sort of musical element as well yes you mentioned Josh gad as being an actor but I didn't realize he was a singer and singing about Central Park.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Davidson county chalking up the most at one hundred eighty four one reason why the metro health department along with mayor John Cooper issued a safer at home order yesterday the closes all nonessential businesses in the county Hooper tells W. T. ends Nashville's morning news I am hopeful that in a few weeks this goes on then we'll have enough masks and gloves and device approved procedures and so that you can engage in personal appearance businesses going forward meanwhile a metro police officer who works in the midtown precinct has tested positive police say he has mild symptoms and is currently recovering at home and feeling better the midtown hills precinct building has been cleaned and disinfected as have the two patrol cars the officer had been driving news for reporting so far no other officers from the precinct are feeling any symptoms on Capitol Hill another corona virus response bill the take responsibility for workers and families act is being introduced in the house today house speaker Nancy Pelosi outline who should and should not expect help during the corona virus shut down not steal pay stock buybacks or layoffs we strange the unemployment insurance so that it can replace the average wages of our workers who are losing their jobs and hours this move after the Senate failed to get votes for their bill that is the latest news brought you by Johnny flaming gourmet foods traffic.

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Live From The HIBT Summit - Stacy Madison of Stacy's Pita Chips

How I Built This

11:27 min | 1 year ago

Live From The HIBT Summit - Stacy Madison of Stacy's Pita Chips

"Hey everyone so kind of a random question for you. What do you get when you take two? Psychologists one social worker and a few pounds of day-old pita bread. The answer of course is stacy's pita chips. One of the businesses we featured at our high built this summit last fault. Now if you remember a stacey story from the PODCAST. She was a social worker. Who teamed up with her brother David and her then husband. Mark both of whom were psychologists in other words. They knew nothing about the food industry when they built a multi-million dollar snack company and the whole thing began almost by accident. When Stacey and mark ran a sandwich card on the streets of Boston they would take leftover pizza. Cut It up and bake it into these crunchy little triangles. Which at first they gave away for free until it became clear that people were willing to pay for them anyway when Stacy and I sat down live onstage in San Francisco. I asked her what was going through her head at the time. Do you remember thinking? Even once you've kind of moved into making pita chips that this would grow into a massive rand no no no intention. Absolutely none never started. The company with an exit strategy. Didn't know what an exit strategy was. When we started didn't know what a business plan was. What do you think it was? Fueled the growth. I mean was it something that you were doing or do you think in some ways the growth found you because it was sort of a wave right that you started to ride bread and circus in Boston which now his whole foods and there was more interesting sort of simpler. Wholesome natural foods started as a wave and then it. Kinda went to a hockey stick. Yeah so we learned the value of being able to control your growth which is a skill in itself you know because we were doing our own manufacturing and with the growth we got into gourmet food stores and people were paying about six dollars a bag. Has Anybody here have had the pita chips? Antibody has feta chips. Well you know what I used to. I used to ask that when I would go speak somewhere. There'd be like five hands in the audience and I'd start explaining. We'll a pita chip. We take some bread and we season it. We cut it anyway. Glad I don't have to go back that far anymore. But we started in gourmet food stores from there. We were in natural food stores and we always had pure ingredients. We didn't you know the whole natural food boom and we were just automatically natural. I mean there was nothing in it. There were like three or four ingredients so we didn't actually have to do anything when all these other companies were trying to make themselves natural mood like. Hey we already are. There was a point pretty early on because at the beginning mark was cutting the pita chips by hand. Told you had a really big right BICEP. Rice yeah and eventually to just kind of grow. It wasn't like you went out to a bunch of private equity companies. Raise money righty. We were just kind of funding. The business through sale of pita chips through the sale of pita chips and running up our credit cards. Beg Steal Borrow Driving Crappy car or whatever it is. You had to habit. How did you do that? I was talking to some attendees earlier. Same story how do I grow this thing? I don't. I'm also worried that you know? When I put my product out in the world a bigger company will see it and just replicate it in crush me. That could have happened so easily. Pita chips are pretty easy to replicate. You can't patent them right. You can't patent them and they're not that easy. Sorry I'm sorry you can imagine that a delay or when he's like a huge company could figure out you know some kind of competitive product right. How and you didn't have a whole lot of money. So how are you doing that? How how are you investing in? How did you even have a place to make them? Was the rent cheap. I think you were like Lynn Massachusetts or something like that and Randolph. Mass factor is still there but initially we started off borrowing some space from a woman who made pretzels and it was when we started having to install some of our own equipment that we had to then find a bigger space so we found a space in a construction type building super nice landlords and he sectioned off five thousand square feet and then we were growing bigger and he's and he was on the other side and he's like why can just move the ball over and he moved the wallover. We took ten thousand square feet and then he's like well. I can just move out. And then we took twenty thousand square feet and then when we started grow even further. That's when we looked literally one driveway over. Was this mattress factory for sale. And you took alone a bank loan for that yes. We had a bank loan for that and I said well can I get half a million because we have to and they initially said no no not that would equity and then. I went out and got accounts and got letters from airlines. And things like that and you're going to base Yes yeah if you can make them Mike Lee. Write that down and that's how you were able to secure the loan. Yes I mean did you. I mean now. Of course you know. The the lure is to go out and seek capital and to raise money and at that time. Was that even something you would mark considered doing we did. We considered raising capital. It takes a lot of time and effort and I don't have a business background. None of us did you. Were social workers or psychologists anytime. I have to do math. I go to my sister. 'cause she's got an MBA. And I'm like you know so. We were just about to take on financing. Which is when we landed the trader. Joe's account and so we started doing higher volume and such a Nice Company. They would pay before they even got the product and it was unusual. Yeah they pay really quickly and so I ended up all of a sudden we were getting money and we were kind of us and the ships were really selling so we used the money that we got in from trader. Joe's to really fund. The business and help us grow so we never ended up taking on any extra outside money which was a very fortunate decision. Remember the podcast. He says something to me that really resonated you said by the thousands you had your your daughters and you said the business really started to run you. I have talked to so many people who've been on the show that say. If you think you're going to run this business understand. The business is GONNA run. I think Angie Dan Bastion of Boom Shaka. Pop also said version of that. What was that? What was that period? I mean that was when you started to think about. Maybe I don't WanNa do this anymore. Yeah I think at the time I still would have done it but I think mark was like there was all these things that he didn't get to do that he wanted to do. He wanted to go off and you wanted to travel and he wanted to do all these things and yet we're still growing really quickly. And we had been approached by five of the largest food conglomerates that there are in the world asking us to sell and it was a lot it. Was You know I'm breastfeeding in the closet? And it was an so the business really started to dictate our lives versus us doing what we love to do and making a living at it and so that's when we decided well I think maybe we should think about selling. I'm really interested in this idea of passion. Right toll ruffin often. We often hear. Follow your passion which is not actually possible for for many people. Follow your passion. You're passionate may not be able to afford new. Sustainable life were pita chips. Was that a passion. I mean we're you and mark really following that passionate or did it become a passion once you started to really it. It wasn't a pita chips per se. It was just like we were in the food business where we both wanted to be. But I feel like it becomes more of a passion when other people start to believe in you when it transitions from this crazy idea and you guys have graduate degrees and you've got loans and when all of a sudden when it starts selling and other people start believing in you and then you start to develop your team and other people start like wanting to work for you and quitting their jobs and then you're responsible for them making a living and that then it's really becomes a you know. Yeah Ashley I'm interested in. You have a new company that you started. You obviously sold stacy's. You're not involved with the company formerly anymore. You you've got. The new company called be bold energy bars. You've got a juice Bar Nita Massachusetts near to where you live. This is a startup all over. Obviously the stakes are different because you are financially secure. It's not a maker break but of course you want it to work and you want it to be successful. Do you have some of that? Same kind of anxiety and energy you did when you were starting stacy's now with be bold is is there some overlap in that feeling yes. I'm at my juice bar and I'm selling all of these bars. You know the handmade in the back with the mixer once again. It's I didn't start anything big. We got a mixture going in the back and mix press and package and I have to say. It's no less nerve wracking. Starting another company especially now like now people expect something from the pressures on. Yeah the pressure is on and when we reached out to some of the people that worked with us at the PITA chip company and said. Do you want to become a part of the team and we started to get people now our COO. She was with quaker and with Jim Beam and now she called her up and we said well. We're starting this company and to think about it. Take a week. She talked to your husband. Two days later she called us back and she said. I'm in well and when she I mean like that's a real like I keep thinking of real job and she's quitting her real job to come with us and you know and do this nervous about it and not only that. But it's like hey you know what it gave us this other sense this additional sense of confidence and belief that we can do this. We can do this again. And even when my brother came on board? And he's just sitting in the juice bar watching these people buying these bars and buying these bars. He's my number one believer so be bold helbig want do you want it to be. You wanted to be doing what I love to do now again so again. There is no exit strategy. We just want to have a a refrigerated bar. And I almost feel felt remiss just selling it in my local juice bar and having so many people love it and then not putting it out on the market. Because everybody's going to love it. They are called be bold bars. This is Stacey Madison. She is the founder of Stacy's pita chips. Thank you so much for being here. Appreciate it so much. It's been great having

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The Legacy of Joe Coulombe - The Founder of Trader Joe's

Business Wars Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

The Legacy of Joe Coulombe - The Founder of Trader Joe's

"You heard the sad news last week. The joke who had died at the age of eighty nine. Who that you say? We'll Cologne founded trader. Joe's The neighborhood. Grocery chain that Trans for millions of people shoppers and employees alike into cult-like fans the impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Colom a cultural icon. There's no trader Joe's near you will let step back for just a second and I'll tell you the story. It was nineteen sixty seven joke loan than thirty seven years old had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. He had to find something else to do or one day. Colom read that sixty percent of young people who qualified to go to college. Were going thank you? Gi Bill He also read that. Boeing was building a plane. The seven thirty seven. That would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas. He assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous. The New York Times reported the idea for trader Joe's store with fresh produce sophisticated flavors and good wine at an affordable price was born. He opened the first one in Pasadena. California that year famously. Colom conceived of Trader Joe's store for the over educated and underpaid historic would serve budding foodies. Who wanted something more than they could get it a typical supermarket but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something more was what he built. Quirky stores with a South Seas Flare shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues so strongly today that following Coloma's death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional. That could teach me as much about emotional. Intimacy is a trader Joe's cashier the hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant. That people ask. Why seem so happy? It isn't simply good. Customer Service training that accounts for the smile no Colom also believed in treating employees well today according to the trader. Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees. They receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent. Health Insurance starts on day. One more than one person tweeted that trader. Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments but with trader. Joe's health insurance. He paid nothing as the A. P. noted many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover from Cologne Fox. Good food at affordable. Prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two rather unheard of here in the states cookie butter frozen Mac and cheese also California wines unheard of prices such as the Charles Shaw wine still referred to as two buck chuck. Although today it costs a little more outside. California in Nineteen seventy-nine Colom Sole Trader Joe's to Aldi Nord German grocery chain. Not the same one that owns the Strip down. Budget PRICED AT SUPERMARKETS. Colom remained on a CEO Until Nineteen eighty-eight. The original of the company is still firmly intact today trader. Joe's boasts five hundred stores across the country in two thousand fourteen. The New York Times described the unique chain is equal parts gourmet shop discount warehouse and Tiki Trading Post. The company is hardly without its challenges. It faces a giant rival in whole foods owned by Amazon. All these which is owned by German firm. Audi sued a sort of second cousin to trader. Joe's owner Aldi. Nord is making a big push in America and reportedly beats trader. Joe's on price. Then there are complaints about the downsides of popularity especially given trader Joe's famously small stores in parking lots there are the long lines overcrowding running out a favorite items and too many choices

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"It entirely sometimes you have twenty five people meanwhile Attorney General William Barr tells ABC news the president's tweets are helpful to have public statements hand tweets made about the department a bad are people in the department are our men and women here about cases pending in the department at about judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job happening in Tennessee not everyone is excited about the agreement between mayor John Cooper in the national soccer club that paves the way for demolition to begin at the fairgrounds the announcement was made today that the national soccer club would pay for everything including infrastructure costs but Jim Roberts attorney for save our fairgrounds says sure the deal is an improvement but it still violates the charter so the group is filing an injunction to stop demolition we have not gone for injection before because quite honestly they haven't tried to tear down the buildings before and we hope that they had not done out of respect for the law but apparently that at that time is past news is brought to you by Johnny Fleeman gourmet foods traffic and weather next no but genesis diamonds WTM traffic center they're still trying to deal with an overturned tractor trailer situation here at sixty five south of White House and between there and Bethel road that is so that traffic lined up all the way back to cross plains right pretty slow going into Vietnam vets will of art and good let's fill one sixty five north and also forty west back up here at the twenty fourth will come back in west end Avenue at four forty and said that that crashed which sucks off the side of the road now here at sixty five and moors light traffic every ten minutes every morning on super talk ninety nine seven to be the yeah Jack Womack are you while finding the perfect Valentine can be stressful selling your home doesn't have to be maybe you're thinking.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"In national history news brought to you by Johnny flaming gourmet foods traffic and weather next no better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta if you're not a big fan of vegetables the reason could lie in your genes I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent some people are what are called super tasters they taste good different than the rest of us and depending on the food that could be for better or for worse vegetables such as broccoli cauliflower cabbage Brussel sprouts those foods can taste extra bitter and according to a new study at the university of Kentucky school of medicine people with this bitter gene are significantly less likely to be getting enough vegetables in their diet but there is hope for all you Super tasters out there one expert we talked about this said that cooking techniques such as adding a little bit of fat a little bit of sweetness stronger flavors like garlic or even roasting the veggies in the oven all they can enhance your overall flavor or tasted a vegetable and blocked the bitterness as well Dr Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life I'm at heart this is the kindest revolution Richard Branson is stated that the desired corporate culture is to train your employees to the extent that they go to any company and treat them so that they would never want to leave your company take a look at the finest organizations define continual training of employees combined with the recognition that it would be difficult to match the culture at their company at another company I like the message this sends we're gonna train you so well and preach so well the two things are gonna happen you're going to be capable of getting a terrific job and you're going to recognize that you have if you're an employer you might look around and see if this is your corporate culture if you're an employee you might do the same in either event it may be time for some changes to keep the conversation going join us on Facebook friends of the kindness revolution F. L. all pro McAfee has no filter water the you won't hear anywhere else from current players Pat and his body to see this guy who is this three dot on a football field it's like you had a moment where you realize they just didn't have it like he used to have listen and subscribe to the Pat McAfee show two point get your podcast from the Westwood One podcast network with the conversation starts genesis diamonds WTM traffic center twenty four a seer Briley parkway silat accidentally and forty west hold things up here at eight forty out the south loop at forty second Avenue records got the shoulder walk for forty west right before forty and west end Avenue.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Huge ornaments of African American history making them the black folks and they display them from the branches of fake Trenes days before the start of black history month nobody thought anything about it until it black graduate student another look like they've been lynched the backlash or in this case black lash of the ornaments from students and Michigan State University was swift so nobody even thought about until so my point is that Hey these on ornaments these people being lynched many said it's only the latest example of the racial bias the encounter on campus we're just under seven percent of the student body is black crystal rose Davis hyphen done graduate student Michigan state first spotted the display last week in the gift shop at the university's performing arts center was she the ten of the jazz concert she told CNN she mainly noticed ornaments of black figures like Michelle Obama Harriet Tubman and prince among others hung from the branches of several small fake Trenes seeing the figures position in that way involved a visceral response and her she says now I admit when I first saw this when this looks like folks are being left it did I'm looking to this it's on sort of a hokey looking Treen which you got black folks hanging from a tree that's not a good am I just have to say I don't know that she's over reacting on this I think people that are now both of feigning outrage over it because now the whole campus is out rate I don't think anybody meant anything by it apparently this is the universe to give shop what you try to do the right thing all I know is I just saw these in the attic looks pretty bad not a good image will be back thank stay right where the red super talking ninety nine seven from the W. T. in the center I'm Pamela for with your top stories Pete booted judge has an early lead as the first results from last night's Iowa democratic caucuses come in the Iowa Democratic Party released partial results after a debacle and reporting the results last night Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is in a close second place so far congresswoman Arianna Presley will not be on hand for president trump's state of the union address tonight the Massachusetts Democrat announced on Twitter she quote cannot in good conscience at ten tonight sham she added trump consistently demonstrates contempt for Americans Congress and the constitution our house calling from New York Alexandria across the Cortez said she will also skip trump speech as well Tennessee's Steve Cohen that is the latest news ready by Johnny flaming gourmet foods traffic.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Each man trial to Republicans voted with Democrats that's Utah's Mitt Romney and Susan Collins from Maine Senate leaders aim to in the trump impeachment trial with final votes on Wednesday afternoon final arguments are expected Monday afternoon trump is expected to be acquitted by the Republic clan by the Republican led Senate stay with super talk twenty nine seven W. T. and for the latest the department of health and Human Services is declaring that the corona virus presents a public health emergency in the United States speaking with reporters at the White House secretary Alex Cesar says president trump has signed a presidential proclamation temporarily suspending entry into the U. S. for foreign nationals who have recently traveled to China following the world health organization's decision to declare the twenty nineteen novel coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern I have today declared that the coronavirus presents a public health emergency in the United States he added that any US citizen who has been in the province there in China will be subject to up to fourteen days a mandatory quarantine president trump is expanding the V. immigration ban to six countries five of them have Muslim populations of at least thirty five percent countries include Nigeria and Sudan news is brought to you by Johnny Fleeman gourmet foods traffic and weather next pros.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Portugal obviously and not surprisingly this is also wind destiny smartest I'd we have only drinkers someone listen to sell all go on vacation together I I I happen to like ports you know it's not because you really can't drink too much of it so it's hard to go wrong but the sugar content so high that if you did go wrong you remember it yeah I'll bet import portico there are these port wine houses and the reason for port wine the reason for its creation we can actually thank the Brits it's hard to think that we thank the Brits for the creation of any gourmet foods and not to be too cynical about British food but all during the wars with Napoleon the Greeks were going nuts because their source of wine was cut off they had always gotten wine from France and they couldn't get it anymore and so they started getting wine from Portugal but the problem what is the Portuguese were shipping it in the small boats that were open to the elements and it was a longer trip than it was from France and by the time the barrels of wine and got to the UK but not Britain in those days it had turned event occur and so to keep it good they started adding fortified liquors to it and hence the creation of port wine and that's why when you go to Porto today you go tasting you're doing it at these British tasting houses which I think comes as a surprise to many people but there's no Santa sentiment is the famous there's many of them there and and lots of the world with this but sentiment David Sandeman was a Scotsman he was born in Perth Scotland and died and went down to to Portugal to basically make his mark and so get out there is a really tight connection between Scotland and sentiment so yeah and support to also is known for it hasn't really and modern art museum it's very very worthwhile visiting I it has the best sandwiches on the planet which I raved about when I was out last on this show it has this gorgeous port area I mean the whole thing there's a a river that runs around it on so it's a it's a really really lovely place to six the people now think of it as one of the places where Harry potter was born when you walk around portal you see students in these black robes they look just like Hogwarts kids and that's because Jay I'll take a rolling when she was very young and I think right as he was going to have a child she lived in Portugal she lived there and then university town nearby important Porto in your body and so those cloaks that all of the kids are wearing at Hogwarts are inspired by the Portuguese custom and there's also this beautiful library when I library bookstore but it's called me very ello and it is the most gorgeous I art deco swooping lines bookstore you've ever seen your life it's so beautiful they sell tickets to go inside even though it's not the gets if you go in you pay for your ticket to get certain amount off any purchase you make but most of the books are in Portuguese yeah well if you do buy a book I think you get off the the cost of admission but she also named one of her villain's Salazar Salazar Slytherin for the terrible dictator who ruled Portland Portugal for many many years and you know the students in those capes as with always the case when their dictators it's usually the university students who stand up to them first they have less fear they don't have families and the students were told they couldn't wear those capes under Salazar for a while and so it became an act of defiance the continues through today people are very very proud the university students to wear these medieval looking costumes and they they wear them all over town these drape beat tapes Lil do look make them look like Hogwarts students spend there it's it's a moving place to visit it really is so so I'm stuck at the listeners it had been to Porto or any of the other four final nominees for our best places to go those other for our Charleston South Carolina a lot Israel the finger lakes region here in New York and cinema county California and our number is eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two but you don't just have to talk about those five places you can talk about any place because we're here to help you also plan your vacation and hear your story.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rest cure and it's super easy to use you just spray the rest the area. in an hour you're gonna wipe off the oily residue. and you do that so that it will cure faster and then you let it cure for about five days in the seat that we're having right now it might cure a little bit faster you'll know it's cured because it'll turn gun metal grey in that gun metal grey is the primer the rest your makes its own primer so you do not have to prime afterwards so you can either then use any pain you want to spray paint or whatever and then. or you can just leave it as is a lot of people are not going to spray paint something they're just gonna take care of the rest. and not have to worry about it again because once you take care of the rest with rest cure. it is done. so. let me tell you where we're located again we're at twenty three sixty one north west military highway which is about two miles north of loop for ten right past the light at lock kill Selma if you're coming from sixteen oh four it's just as easy to find you take the northwest military highway exit and we are nine lives in like I said earlier this store is going to be open till six thirty today and tomorrow eleven to five we've got some great events coming up in October. this is the last weekend in September and is start in October the second week in in October is going to be our fall feasts that we do every year and you say well what is fall feast all these gives us a chance to sample all of our gourmet foods that we Kerry during the year and then we bring in even more to help you with your fall of parties and things like that so whether you have to do thanksgiving or do Christmas or do bongo parties or what school functions are church functions we put together all of our gourmet foods and show you how easy it is to put on a really nice bread either for your family or for your customers we bring in all of our gourmet foods which means all of our wind in willow all of our country home and then we bring in spices to cook on the grill with and when I say cook on the grill I mean we cook on our Traeger grill. and we use the different spices that we have I love the spice one that we Kerry called almighty spices almighty spices is very popular in San Antonio it won an award in so if you want to take a look at the spices that he has he has a house one he has a barbecue one and he has a seafood one and these are all recipes that he got from his folks from his dad from his mom and they handle in these things so they are awesome he's coming out with the salt free line and so by the time that we have Paul feast we will have his salt free line if that's necessary for you. we're also going to include barking bodies this year now what is barking bodies I bet you can think this is for our people that have dogs and they want special little gifts for maybe for people who have dogs or maybe just for their own dogs but let me tell you they're all natural they're made by they're made right here in the USA of course and they're all done by kids with disabilities and they cross that out input abilities and even a Max like them if you don't know who Max is Max is the dog at our store in he's very finicky you won't eat anything but he did love barking bodies and if you go to our Facebook page which is Johnny tricks Homan hardware or treaties gift shop you can see a picture of the barking bodies and also Max who is giving it his dog seal of approval. so that's what's going to be going on in October on it be October the twelfth from eleven to three so be sure and make sure you're on our email list so that you can stay it abreast of all the things that we're gonna have from that from now on because we have several events going on all right so.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The big bus Allison. I'm just a girl who likes to shop, you Aren bright and this damn good at it list. I was so devastated about creative kids stuff. But I'm yeah. Devastated right now about retail mortar in general that I'm just begging people go into stores. I know it's it's kinda feel like a weird bummer even as it's been kind of a constant spiral right now. You'll like there's sort of a major shakeout happening. But I think it's going to happen. And then I think we're going to move on. And there's gonna be some positivity. There's going to be a rainbow at the end of but yeah. So. No. Yeah. It's it's a big bummer. But I think if there's anything positive that comes out of the news, it's that it is making people think gosh, number one, I need to think about where I'm shopping and that every time I decide to just click on Amazon impacts local retailer, the other thing, I think the really interesting story to me, the I had a line in my story when we broke the news last week that it's not just Amazon it's a competition of screens. And the fact is. Toys. You still okay, they give them up earlier, and they choose video games. And as a result between makers aren't making as many toys, girl, the kiss this vicious cycle. And that thing that seemed to really resonate. And that I spent a lot of the week talking about especially with other retailers in town. And it's important to remember that we have lots and lots of great little mom and pop toy stores, and I think in some ways they are the ones that are in the better position to to succeed. Krizner your head. Right. And that's so sad about toys. I didn't even think of it that way. Oh, yeah. It's a huge thing. I mean, I thought in my own house from the minute. My little guy got it. I Pat it was like you playing with Legos became it. It's heartbreaking. And it's something that you have to really be conscious of right? The parent or as an educator that play is really important at all the research shows, and there is major developmental. You know, things that happen when you are playing when you're building part of the reason why slime and like all those those wishy. Go dumb, but you know, what all the retailers retelling last week kids like it because they're not getting all of that like hands on action because we're all spending so much time wiping on screens. Right. And they don't feel the goal or the flower. Farting staff or something like that. Right. So this is exciting about j w. Hume? Yes. CW Hume, you know, long time theme, Paul based company, you know, the leather goods maker we had a really kind of storied history where they almost went under. They were brought back to like they were kind of the signature of the heritage movement American-made goods, and then the lose their Saint Paul manufacturing plant on whatever and people were so upset in so bummed. Well, guess what? The new chapter looks really good. They just opened a store on grand rate at Victoria's crossing the old. Garden yet garden to be it's really beautiful. So they're sort of changing their model. The products are not all going to be locally made anymore. This is true. Although they're going to they're gonna make sure that people know every item will you'll be you'll be able to know what it meet in the US wasn't made overseas. All the leather sourced locally, but they're becoming more of a retail brand, and which is absorbing door. They do monogram onsite rate for gifts. They're going to have coffee in the store be cool place when going it it, you know, what I was by there. And I saw everything going in last week. It's gorgeous. Yeah. Deal pink. And the bright yellow leather. I love mode of those things both collections. So good. And they have other products. Two-day brought in like some books and candle. They've got some Fairbault blanket. So they're kinda rounding out the life styling pivot for the brand of this kind of doing almost like an ever lane thing. Wherever lane started by making everything in the and added states, and you get to follow the supply chain of your t-shirts. Or are they kind of doing the same thing with your bag? I don't think they're going to be that literal about it. But I think what they know is they had sort of PR challenge, which is that their whole story was about the products aid in Saint Paul, you know, people who work for the brand for sixty years at sewing machine lady Paul, and they don't have that anymore. And they know that some of their following expect that and there are people who are truly won't buy a bag that isn't made locally or isn't made in the US. And so they want to be respectful of that and make sure that they're transparent. So I get it. That's gotta be tough. Okay. So where did Katy Perry shop before his show yesterday as we need to know? Oh my goodness. Weizman? No, I didn't. But I thought her Instagram story, and I knew right away where she was. And I got a little message from a friend who works at the Whiteman. She went to the Whiteman art museum at the m really Frank Gehry. Oh, I went there, and they have a museum shop, there's noth- no better shopping usually the museum shops. She was literally like in her interim story, which might still be live. You can go look at it. She really like reading a book about animals, you don't see her face. You just hear her reading the story knowing the book, and then she posted pictures around the museum. That's really cool. That is cool. I haven't heard anybody talking about this. I would've been like gushing about tweeting everything I've lied anyway. Because you don't want to do social media. Well, there you go. We have new study on that. It somewhat vary. So much work. We're just gonna stop I know it. So what is the chameleon shops that are popping up and Gavin day? They are literally a new pop up. So I think, you know, downtown Minneapolis recognizes that it has a problem. There aren't very many Paul does to. Every place right now. So you know, they've done holiday pop up. They did the Super Bowl pop up. There's nothing specific to the final four. But it's well-timed this new program called chameleon shop, and it's a bunch of really small brands focus on diversity focus on giving -tunities people that wouldn't normally have them. So they're three different storefronts in Gavin on the skyway level and the first level with all sorts of cool local doctor shop one of my favorites. Maybe I've told you guys about this before it's a brand called the cat lab. It is a woman who has lived all around the world, she's not a designer, but she sources bashing. So she works directly with emerging designers and kind of create your own curates a collection. Fashion you've seen and pretty good prices to. Is at gaven's. There's Ramic there so gourmet foods, which is really fun. And it's just always I just think you know, we we see over the holidays and with these special events people want to shop local downtown. Oh MG. I was done tons Paul. Holy cow. You couldn't find anything. Yeah. Hymie Tabesh rate. That's still there. That's sitting here, but member there. I mean, I'm just think in even uptown I was kinda sad the other day because I was just remembering member slams. I mean. Yeah. Problems been that. Yeah. Members of the shopping that used to be there. Yeah. I mean, I think we are in a real period of transformation. Not everyone's gonna win. Not you know, I think we're going to see ultimately when it all shakes out. I think in ten years from now, we're not gonna have as many malls. We're not gonna have as many regional shopping areas. But we're gonna have the ones that do thrive are going to be really solid. I think targets figured it out because I love going in the new target. I spent more money their cargo winner. I can't be off how good the the new one is with the cool hip areas. And then you just like, oh, I'll get those earrings that scarves, you keep and trendy perfect. Yeah. Because they're focusing on the experience, and they're making it more fun and more visual and more engaging to be there. And that's what everybody has to do if they wanna win these with so much it true. What is this glass year, though? Just tell me why do millennials love glass here? If you're just starting with. Okay. I hope you do you. Shop glassy sprain on Halley cousin. I actually no. But I will tell you Ellison that I am targeted a lot by the brand glossier social media. They tried to get me to buy their stuff all the time. So it's make that brave makeup yet if we can buy shares immediately. They were just anointed the latest unicorn with a one point two billion dollar valuation, really just make up ladies. Yeah. The real trend is that young women are not buying their makeup, a cosmetics counter in a department store that is over, but they're missing out so much on the fun experience of going in and getting a free makeover. I love where do like receiving their baby pink boxes and little pouches with their makeup delivered directly to their home. And then you in vox, you're on your YouTube channel. And then you put it to Ariel on how to ply the makeup to make the true millennial experience. My gosh. Alison, I think you need. I think you need to do this you need to start a beauty. And. Yeah. You know, my next one would be what to do when your uneven. You might have even what happens is more than the other. The problem you fill in you fill in with a pencil. Thank you. You can read these business, and it's great stories chills. Thanks him. Will will listen per.

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The American people on every network for an hour. Explain why she's an idiot. Joe hang in there. My friend you to very much Mike, you're up next. What's up, Mike? Hey Bill this month. Would loan Tennessee or Fort Campbell Kentucky. I work post. We're glad to have you. Yeah. Well, thanks to the commercial legend restaurant you make me hungry each time. That's a good place will tell you. One thing Nancy close, he's gotta remember. It's the people it's not her house. She doesn't understand that. But we all inside in them. Yeah. Well, she's somebody needs to I'm not going to. No, I ain't gonna do that on live there. But she she needs to wake up. It's the people's house. Any member of the house of representatives can invite president who speak with or without the president. Well, see that's the thing. I mean, if I'm McConnell, I would step up and say, you can have the Senate chamber, and you screw those folks in the house. They're playing politics on this this speech is crucial. So whether he gives it on in the in the house chamber, a whether he gives it in the Senate chamber, a weather. He gives it in the gas chamber it I mean it needs to be heard. I would suspect that if he doesn't go to the house and the Senate doesn't invite him that he's going to give this address when the Oval Office. The question is will the media folks covered. And I'm telling you most of them will say, well, no because this is not a they'll make some excuse. This is a state of the union address. It doesn't matter where it's being delivered. It's a state of the union address from the president of the United States, you should cover the thing. But they know what Nancy Pelosi knows they know you get in front of the American people for any. And then, of course, you know, you got mine. Doc kettle doing the rebuttal afterwards with Schumer and Pelosi and. And then they are sunk. They have no leg to stand on the American people. If they if it's explained to them why we need a border wall. They have no recourse, and he can sit up there for an hour. Stand up there for an hour. Say the very people are against this now with the people who were for several years ago, and he can quote Chuck Schumer, and he can quote Pelosi, quote, the rest of them. That's what I would do. He has to give this speech at all costs. He asked to give it Valerie you're up next time. Valerie. How you doing today? Great good. Listen regarding this PC stuff. I've come to the point where I'm just gonna say, no, I've just had it. You know, if somebody spits on me, even if they attacked me, that's where it's gonna be. When do we stop taking my question? Well, I've already stopped. So I ain't taking him. I mean, this guy going into the game stop dressed as a woman and then get mad because somebody calls him, sir. That's where I draw the line. I mean, I I don't know what's going on in his head. Whether he's got some mental problem or whether he's trying to agitate folks over these trying to do a publicity stunt from his first stupid rap career, whatever he's doing. No. You gotta say, no, you're a man. Okay. Stop it. You can dress up you can dress up the king. But you're not a king. Exactly and out in California. Now, you know, they're they're talking about actually arresting parents if they don't allow their children to proclaim that they are transsexual NFC parrot tries to to get their mind changed you're talking about arresting the parents. Well, that's when it's time to move. We'll be back. Stay right. Where you? Information few opinion driven. This is Nashville's news and talk leader super talk ninety nine seven. News center. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories Representative Adam Schiff is criticizing President Trump's decision to release information about speaker, Nancy Pelosi's trip overseas speaking today on Capitol Hill, the California Democrat discusses the letter the president sent to Pelosi postponing our trip to visit with troops. I think the the president's decision to disclose a trip that a speakers making to a war zone was completely and utterly irresponsible. In every way comes after speaker Pelosi sent a letter to the White House requesting to postpone the state of the union address until the government opens back up, by the way, congressman Schiff was also scheduled to travel with Pelosi overseas. A spokesman for democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi responding to the president's cancellation of that trip. Drew Hamill said Egypt was never on the itinerary despite Trump's claim to the contrary, so he's not being honest about the whole situation. The White House is announcing it is cancelling the trip to the trip of a US delegation that was planning to make a trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. This just was handed to me rests secretary Sarah Sanders wrote in a statement, the President Trump decided to cancel his delegation strip out of consideration for the eight hundred thousand American workers not receiving pay today. By the way, marks the twenty seventh day of the partial government shutdown in Chicago a day ahead of a former police officers sentencing. The death of Liqun McDonald the trial is over for three officers who were accused of trying to cover up. What happened in the black teenager was shot sixteen times judged to Monica Stevenson told the court wasn't enough evidence to prove conspiracy. Case court finds that the state has failed to meet its burden on charges. Therefore, there is a finding of not guilty as to every count in each defendant a conspiracy but Bischel misconduct and obstruction of Justice happening in Tennessee State legislature says he continues to get huge public support for his Bill to keep daylight saving time year round representatives. Rick Tillis of Louis Bergen. Steve Dickerson of Nashville are planning to file a new Bill for the state to permanently spring forward and the inauguration ceremony for governor. Like, Bill Lee will move inside. That's because Saturday's forecast is calling for heavy rain. Strong winds impossible lightning Lee will now take the oath of office inside. The war memorial auditorium is brought to you by Johnny flaming gourmet foods traffic arm. That's nash. Ville safehouse dot com..

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"gourmet foods" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"gourmet foods" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Schuler innovation. Welcome back to killer innovations. Thanks for joining us in our look back at some of the best episodes of two thousand eighteen in this segment. We look all the way back to January when Phil was talking to an innovative company from Paducah Kentucky called Finn gourmet. Welcome back. We continue our conversation with balloon John from Finn gourmet foods here in Paducah Kentucky. You guys have now been in business. She started New Orleans you relocated to Paducah. If you had a chance to kind of go back and keep yourself advice back when you were doing your original hundred page business plan. What advice would you give yourself now that you're can have that kind of lessons learned and the experience under your belt, John? All right. So if we knew how hard it was we have. I've said let's not do this at all. We would have said, oh, we will make it not hard at all. I'm just kidding. Actually. It's extremely hard work. So so coming into it. I remember one time just kind of the I really really hard day that we had think man, I don't wanna do this again tomorrow, but we had to and then the next day and the next day. So is kind of learning this different type of of of grind, the second thing is is that there's so many places you can give up along the way. But sometimes think well. Are we just shoveling this into this endless, well, and for some products, that's probably true. But for this really felt and we had done all the back background is saying this has got a lot of potential here though. It's really being creative about in those very very difficult times when when you're out in the closed down or to just keep on ongoing because tomorrow is going to be a little bit better. Just keep on going because it will pay off in the end, it's perseverance perseverance thing. Yes. Hot weather in all spiritual religious Sam being or half, say the close, friends and partners that have gotten you tomorrow. It's going to be a better day. You have to have otherwise you will go.

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