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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities. NPR's Melissa Block has been talking with girls around the country who met Harris during her campaign to hear what they took away from those encounters. Jazmine. Coronado was nine years old when she stood up amid a sea of grown ups at a Kamila Harris event last year in Hemingway's South Carolina and asked this question. Is it possible that if I try hard enough in life that I could become president? So moving. This was in March. Harris was just a couple of months into the Democratic primary. Leaving up to you being president. Understand every day of your life, you have an opportunity to believe. Just Means says hearing that message from a bi racial woman has special meaning because I myself am Mireille Shal and The fact that there is a woman Like I'm doing. This stuff just makes me happy to know that there's people who will stand up for our gender. Throughout her campaign, Harris was known to pay special attention to girls who came to her events. If they were tiny and shy, she might kneel down and tell them to always hold their chin up. She even gently insisted to a newborn girl. You are going to lead I know you hear me. Harris Bond was 13 when she met Harris last November in Muscatine, Iowa. It's a big breakthrough for young black people, boys and girls because it shows us that we can do something that we set our mind to Paris recalls telling Harris that she had been elected president of her fifth grade class. On the same day, Harris was elected to the U. S. Senate in 2016. I remember her telling me a quote like you could be the first to do something. But don't be the last. And so she was telling me to create my path and, you know, inspire other people in little girls like she does. Sadie Bell was 12 when she had her camel I encounter during the primary last spring, and I just don't under that dating really, really magical. Sadie went to hear Harris speak in New Hampshire and afterward managed to work her way right up next to the candidate. Was small, so I got to squeeze past people When she got close. Sadie burst out with this. You're such a good public speaker. Who are you so good? Okay,.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities. NPR's Melissa Block has been talking with girls around the country who met Harris during her campaign to hear what they took away from those encounters. Jazmine. Coronado was nine years old when she stood up amid a sea of grown ups at a Kamila Harris event last year in Hemingway's South Carolina and asked this question. Is it possible that if I try hard enough in life that I could become president? This'll was in March. Harris was just a couple of months into the Democratic primary. Leaving up to you being president understand every day of your life, you have an opportunity to believe. Jazmine says Hearing that message from a bi racial woman has special meaning because I myself am by racial and The fact that there is a woman Like doing this stuff just makes me happy to know that there is people who will stand up for our gender. Throughout her campaign, Harris was known to pay special attention to girls who came to her events. If they were tiny and shy, she might kneel down and tell them to always hold their chin up. She even gently insisted to a newborn girl. You are going to lead. I know you hear me. Paris Bond was 13 when she met Harris last November in Muscatine, Iowa. It's a big breakthrough for young black people, boys and girls because it shows us that we can do something that we set our mind to Paris recalls telling Harris that she had been elected president of her fifth grade class. On the same day, Harris was elected to the U. S. Senate in 2016. I remember her telling me a quote like you could be the first to do something. But don't be the last. And so she was telling me to create my path and, you know, inspire other people in little girls like she does. Sadie Bell was 12 when she had her Carmela encounter during the primary last spring. And I just remember that dating really, really magical. Sadie went to hear Harris speak in New Hampshire and afterward managed to work her way right up next to the candidate. I was small, so I got to squeeze past people when she got close. Sadie burst out with this. You're such a good public speaker. How are you so good? I can't tell you Okay,.

Kamila Harris Paris Bond Jazmine Harris Sadie Bell Melissa Block NPR U. S. Senate Coronado South Carolina Muscatine Paris Hemingway Iowa New Hampshire Carmela
"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You got more questions by telling if you have a problem figured out where you're for mayor trump and you a black yeah so so that I don't know if hello hello I'm twenty Grassley could you repeat the last part of that yeah go ahead James listen you got to come see it when you come to New York VP Biden well it's a long way until November we got more questions you got more questions I tell it if you have a problem figured out where you're for mayor trump and you a black so there's that well it won't let me tell you what I think might have happened here you know so I mean the guy because he's a really nice guy I've got a lot of respect for the guy and Charlemagne has done a really good job he's built an enormously good brand and Charmaine has become one of these radio talk shows one of these radio morning shows where if your candidate and if your Democrat that that is on your list of stops there this sort of establishing him as one of the new rainmakers especially with Estonians yeah that's for the hot sauce incident happened was on the breakfast yet remember that Hillary Clinton high cost yeah yeah yeah yeah so he has a broad questions but you know the fact that Joe Biden says if your feet if you're thinking of not voting for me then you're not black it has widened interesting news cycle today his spokeswoman said it was a joke we've seen numerous interviews were biting his confused he's doubling data mixing up enormous jobless claims with the death count listen I I I don't know if he really knows what he's saying half the time we are seeing an acceleration would buy it in the last couple years where clearly there's dementia their cognitive issues and his brain is just not firing on all synapses yeah and it's made for rather interesting discussion what's your name on fox and try member the afternoon host name I'm sorry no no no no no the the the black coast female Harris Faulkner Harris Faulkner just she went off that just the reddit have over that so I'm not sure what you finish up the **** show we're gonna hop on I. seventy seven will make it out through North Carolina then we're in South Carolina Georgia and will be pulling into my house in Tampa later tonight Casey thank you table so I apologize for sleeping through our little Tuesday get together no no no no that's fine I just I'm really gonna hate it when you see when you hit the South Carolina border and they have like a posse waiting for him in over the barbecue stuff it's going to suffer you South Carolina do you have the name of the barbecue place in South Carolina if you live in a place where we headed to yeah I would I'm trying to think of a plan we have a really really good barbecue in South Carolina chairman of the name of the place and then what I'm dying to get to Hemingway's in I'm sorry to Scott's barbecue in Hemingway South Carolina and that's supposed to be just unbelievable well we're glad to hear from you Sir drive safe and you'll be back on the Mike here what next week Wednesday right I think Wednesday because we're this is crazy I mean I could have flown back but we're not ready to get on an airplane you just don't know I help pack the thing is gonna be and we couldn't get any direct flights that worked for us so we had to stop all over the place it's really they have a corporate banking is really messed a lot of things up obviously and we decide you know what we'll drive back so I got a one way rental so this weekend is New York the Tampa Tampa back to New York so I think it's a total of about twenty seven hundred miles in in the weekend here so I don't believe in Tampa on Monday morning so I just don't know if I'm gonna be back in time to prep to do the show on Tuesday so probably gonna be back next Wednesday and then back to a normal schedule and you know I don't see myself taking my summer vacation this year yeah yeah it's weird how that works all right title let's get to it man thanks for the call in bright white folks you follow me I'm I'm doing my my progress would put out some tweets you can follow some of my pictures on my Twitter feed at Todd Schmidt at T. O. D. D. S. C. H. N. I. T. T. and Instagram is apps cert Todd Schmidt thanks Casey all right thanks Todd well there you go the the what I think what are they right on the side of the U. hauls America's moving adventure and that sounds I don't know I don't know if I could do twenty seven hundred sue would you want to do twenty seven hundred miles in the U. haul with Todd I don't know if that was on the air but here's what I do now are we gonna go to break the will all right does sue said absolutely would love it all right we'll take a break come back and just some of the reaction of that whole Joe Biden comment and this really stupid dolphin story I just talked to on the way hang on the shin.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hello everybody Dennis Prager here was element with anybody I don't think so we're clear to take some more calls okay Okey Melissa in Hemingway South Carolina high thank you so much for taking my call on my question can I get back to the inner happiness thanks it's more about being I think people are born with anxiety or that they could be going to think that can you be born of course yes Hey listen it's one of the most vexing questions morally theologically psychologically the the problem of the make sure that we're born with especially if it's a troubled one there's no question there's no question that you could be born with that temperament the question why all not only god knows the things that even with curry yeah but one thing for him probably a fallback is when he was nine months old and he was kind of on the wall fail and one of them according to Wall and one government department credits on Gordon right twelve month old our and then just got one thing after another and then when he was three internal configuration where in the grandfather passed away and from the end it just took off and even the doubters and let it show twenty two and they just can't get control of it still my heart my happy has he has he has he been able to finish school as he does he can he do something like that or is that trouble he didn't finish school because well the problem so he's living with you what the hell ever found out really we go the love you got and they are very slow growing she said and he has on one of the greatest local you ever me just has that problem you're right you're right I read where it's built in I I think that you should allow me ask your recruiter back on here curious that did have you worked okay has he tried any psychiatric drugs he actually will walk the lawn right in on that or thank you and they tried to changing but nothing here but that and it doesn't help that much that will be it and we've been the parkland to get disability and everything and he gets turned down a recount working no your perfect all night long in the daytime okay we had two fires on the first one was he was on a trip on the computer after church on first down hello mark and after that he looked for that not because he was afraid and everybody would laugh the fact yeah okay I gotcha a look I I don't have it I don't have a great answer I don't even have a crappy answer the three the I'd like to be honest I don't have any answers the bills and stuff is very is very problematic look I believe in god but I don't abandon reason ed and the you know some things I will just have to wait hopefully awhile I have to ask god about the those of us whose whose mind functions relatively normally relate to that problem because we would we would be able to take charge of our problem and and then fix it in some way but if you if you are stuck with it if it's built them you can't just say snap out of it I wish we could all righty everybody that's so fascinating scoop in Columbus Ohio no Columbia Ohio right Romney would be the perfect pick for Biden's VP well I don't think so but it's it is interesting thought it showed that shows you hello little Republicans think of Mitt Romney I assume with scooping Columbus's Republican rye bread in the Houston high hi again from our clients want to put it in my life the father I never had much of the time when I was three you know another delivery and I discovered yesterday during recovery thirteen fourteen years ago one of my hearing all those sounds logical but you're not my father hello I love that thank you I'm curious on your books have really expanded my printing tremendously me too me too and if so I'm curious I feel like I'm cheating wrapping up read a book right now all I hear is that funny it's it's so odd I mean if somebody if you accept them and somebody had read you the book would you wouldn't then feel your cheating it's because you didn't like tronic Lee that I I mean if if somebody read you the book you would you would certainly feel you read the book well I understand the what you mean because you listen to the book you didn't read it I have the exact same inner conflict as you do but I but as an author hi you are you are you do believe that people who listen to my books have read by books so that's how I'm being on both sides of the issue on the rational Bible book it is so gorgeous it's so beautifully printed that's where I think people should get the written edition will be back in a moment your show live from the relief factor pain free studio gold is on a run again the corona virus is the last straw breaking world economies investors are heading for safe havens to avoid losing their IRA's four oh one K.'s.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hello everybody Dennis Prager here was element with anybody I don't think so we're clear to take some more calls cadeau qui Melissa in Hemingway South Carolina high thank you so much for taking my call not question can I give back to the inner happiness thing it's more batting do you think people are born with anxiety or that they could be born thank fatty can you be born of course yes Hey listen it's one of the most vexing questions morally theologically psychologically the the problem of the nature that we're born with especially if it's a troubled one there's no question there's no question that you could be born with that temperament the question why yeah bathroom was diagnosed with anxiety three zero one one thing the GM probably a far back is when he was nine months old when he was kind of on the wall fail and one done according to law enforcement government what good is it on board right twelve month old our and then just got one thing after another and then when he was three eight and we're gonna get your rations where in the grandfather passed away and from beyond it just took off and he's been the doubters and let it show twenty two and they still can't get control work slow my heart laughing at her has he has he has he been able to finish school as he does he can he do something like that or is that trouble he didn't finish school because all the problems so he's living with you what the hell ever found out really we go to love you to death and they are very slow growing she and you know on one of the great will tell you everything just has that problem you're right you're right meet where it's built in I I think that you should only ask you only put you back on here curious did did have you worked okay has he tried any psychiatric drugs he wore a green grow all along right then on back for great and they tried to changing but nothing here but bad and it doesn't help that much that will be it and we begin the parkland to get disability and everything and he turned down a recount working yeah he married for their Vietnam football not long in the daytime like if we can add please fires on the first one was he was on a trip on the future of our church on first down hello mark and after that he went for that not because he was afraid and everybody was unhappy with the fact yeah okay I gotcha look I I don't have it I don't have a great answer I don't even have a crappy answer with the three the I'd like to be honest I don't have any answers the bills and stuff is very is very problematic book I believe in god but I don't abandon reason at the end of some things I will just have to wait hopefully awhile that to ask god about the those of us whose whose mind functions relatively normally relate to that problem because we would we would be able to take charge of our problem and and then fix it in some way but if you if you are stuck with it if it's built them you can't just say snap out of it I wish we could all righty everybody oh god that's so fascinating stoop in Columbus Ohio mill Columbia Ohio right Romney would be the perfect pick for Biden's VP well I don't think so but it's a decision interesting thought it shows it shows you hello little Republicans think of Mitt Romney I assume the scoop in Columbus is a Republican rye bread in the Houston high thank you for calling I'm going to put it in my life the father I never had not only that when I was thirty you know another neighbor returned again I discovered you after getting her covered thirteen fourteen years ago forum here's my hearing oftentimes monocle but you're not in my pocket I love that thank you it I'm I'm curious on your books have really expanded my tremendously me too me too yes interviews I feel like I'm cheating wrapping up read a book right now all I know is that funny it's it's so odd I mean if somebody if you accept them and somebody had read you the book would you wouldn't then feel you were cheating it's because you did it electronically that I I mean if if somebody read you the book you would you would certainly feel you read the book well I understand the what you mean because you listen to the book you didn't read it I have the exact same inner conflict as you do but I but as an author hi you are you are you do believe that people who listen to my books have read by books so that's how I'm being on both sides of the issue on the rational Bible book it is so gorgeous it's so beautifully printed.

Dennis Prager Melissa Hemingway South Carolina
"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

Your Presidential Playlist

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

"That is a huge deal with the Democratic Party and south, Carolina. So anytime candidate takes the time to attend those events. Let's everyone know that you're really interested in South Carolina Interested in South Carolina voters and you're GONNA do whatever it takes to get South Carolina voters as well. Now let's talk about the barbecue aspect. So when you come this way you have to eat department Q. The low country I think they're more vinegar base. I think the upstate where I'm from is more mustard yellow base. Then I think in the middle is more like ketchup and vinegar base, but you have to come and try all of it and then a lot of people go to Rodney Scott Barbecue. So there's one in Hemingway South Carolina, and then there's one in Charleston so. Tom's dyer what he did for the arts kind of Cook off was he brought the entire Rodney Scott restaurant from Charleston to the kickoff. So he's out there serving whole mills of Barbecue. So those are just two well known staples in two well-known Barbecue joints that people know national because Rodney Scott. Says actually rank nationally with their barbecue. So you have to come to South Carolina and try those to barbecue places. I feel like if a candidate is thinking about trying to set up like the perfect photo opportunity barbecues like a worse case scenario you thanks well, if you see. You. Need to take the picture before they start eating at least what the four going into the mouth. Breath thank you so much for joining us. It's been a really really great conversation. Thank you. It's been my pleasure in Coal Co.. New York. But I am so grateful that you call me to be here today. So thank you so much. This concludes the final episode of season, two of your primary playlist I. Hope you found this helpful guide to the INS and out of the early states that plays such a large role in selecting our nominee..

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Card and you get to use it inches debited for whatever private jet segments that your flight but Jeff card was supposed to pay Manila chin two hundred two thousand six hundred sixty eight dollars because the agreement was terminated and this was a provision if you terminate the agreement he was able to get his money back and he did terminate the agreement of October of twenty eighteen so I'm thinking maybe he terminated because he's the treasury secretary and he doesn't have as much of a need for this private jet travel now and Jeff card has not refunded his money so Manila chin is now soon in the state of Florida and now a judge has ordered that jet card fork over the money and gives the window should back two hundred two thousand six hundred sixty eight dollars that's all to him because that was the contract is refundable if you cancel and there's been no if the payment and of course legal fees racking up so I'm assuming the judges that also award legal fees from Jeb card and I'm just what what's going on here why can't jet card refunds Steve Manou chins money again if there is somebody that you probably want to refund it might be the secretary of the treasury of the United States of America I mean I can only speculate I don't know but are they in a cash crunch do they have a cash flow issue sounds like they are not able to cough up the two hundred two thousand six hundred sixty eight dollars to Stephen middle chip I'd like to buy about to put it between the end of the year I thought it was just all of those as though we're damn story now thanks for your patience Russia Russia Russia couple of things we have this Russian spy ship which is operating off the coast of the United States off the coast of South Carolina and this Russian spy ship in international waters technically is doing some kind of surveillance operations will talk about that in a second so they've been running up and down the east coast the latest now I guess is off the coast of Charleston South Carolina hello Charleston I think Charleston I think of great Lowcountry foot there's also a barbecue place where hole where's barbecue there's a barbecue place them it's not in Charleston it's in South Carolina but there's a barbecue place that I saw something on and it's supposed to be phenomenal and I gotta get their hold on and then I have a lot of my restaurant list and maybe somebody can drop me a note either on Twitter or send me an email from Schmidt show dot com you can send me an email do I have this thing listed why this on my restaurant I hope I do but there's a barbecue place like in the middle of no where in South Carolina that I'm dying to get to sh you know what I hi it's gonna be tough for me to fight was it says something's barbecue all fine so don't Dora break I'll look for hold on a minute hang on the vines he'll drive you know me if I I'll get some OCD here if I can't find the damn thing no New York list here's my Tokyo list of a boy yeah it's gonna drive me nuts here's San Francisco my LA my Denver list Chicago Philly Atlanta list Vegas my veil list mon all my Italian cities what the heck the wait a minute hold on I think at all I got it I knew it was there we put a little asterisk by this asterisk by this so Scott's barbecue and Hemingway South Carolina anyone been there I want to get to Scott's barbecue Hemingway South Carolina and again I love Carolina barbecue on we like the vinegar based sauce kind of the watery runny spicy vinegar based sauce and that let me know Scott's barbecue Hemingway South Carolina it's in the sticks somewhere but it's supposed to be fantastic and you know maybe maybe even no trouble let me use some of his jet card I can just fly on down your landing strip nearby a can of pop and get some barbecue anyway back to Russia Russia Russia and this Russian spy ship which has been running east coast for a while and you're one of the up to a couple of devious little things that I want to talk about but this spy ship is now accused of operating on safely near our submarine base near in our Charleston South Carolina and whatever these operations are they're engaging in these unsafe activities according to numerous reports that I've seen in a bill Gertz Washington times wrote a piece on this that the Russian ship the Victoria Lee and all of has been on the coast for a while I mean it's been in these operations on and off for years and it's believed that their mapping and they're looking and spying on these hunters are these undersea internet and communications cables so in the event of war they can you know go ahead and and bomb our cables and cut off internet because so much of the internet that connects the globe they are undersea cables and it's amazing when you think about this the three areas across the eastern seaboard where you've got these internet guy listen off of on the west coast as well go to Hawaii and you know the islands you'll have just these cables that run for thousands of miles that a rolling under your the beach you might be walking over these cables that then go under the ocean and it was eventually they sit just on the sea floor and they do that these fiber cables that Kerry just this enormous traffic for the internet and the Russians there they've been mapping our cables to find out where they are so they can bomb they can take them out in the event that they need to and then also surveilling our military bases so this past Sunday the Coast Guard in Charleston South Carolina they issued a maritime safety bulletin about this Russian ship the lien all described as a Russian AGI which is auxiliary general intelligence ship there have been reports that they're operating in an unsafe manner according to the Coast Guard off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia and it means they're not using running lights they're staying in the dark even in reduced visibility situations they're not respect are responding to hails by commercial vessels that are trying to coordinate a safe passage by your vessel the other the calling up the vessel on the radio there are responding there trying to remain you know under cover and still they will can see the ship by another ship but they're not responding not running lights it is dangerous a Coast Guard official in Charleston South Carolina confirm the notice and said that there's been no update since it was issue the notice said vessel sailing near the sea Georgia and South Carolina co should remain and you know did you want them to have a sharp lookout and the use extreme caution when navigating in the proximity of the vessel they've been regularly conducting intelligence gathering operations for several years they've been monitoring off of Virginia beach and Norfolk Virginia the submarine base said kings bay Georgia the joint base Charleston used by the navy and the airforce and there we are gathering Intel our nuclear missile submarines and other naval outlets and facilities and ever up to no good obviously but the Russians just operating in a very dangerous fashion that's Russia store number one how bout number two I sure as hell hope the we've busted on on this there's a report according to the London guardian that there were photographs that were released by the Russian press service that has shown Vladimir Putin in his office at his desk and that he was still using the old windows X. P. which you know could be a security issue I'll fight without hopefully we've right into that crap they're attacking us left and right yeah photographs released by Russian press service put in as the two thousand one windows XP operating system installed on computers in his office at the Kremlin and is off as official a residence near Moscow and of course Microsoft stop releasing regular security updates for windows XP and office two thousand three back in April of twenty fourteen and that there are vulnerabilities and security risks and virus issues with the operating system the Vladimir Putin's using well god I hope we've exploited that crap at I I guess that he still uses that operating system because it was called given the green light for use on official Russian government computer it's blood hackers have targeted XP for years and it doesn't have the best of a fire walls of the fence is so good let let of the of all my hope again we've had right is to is windows X. P. and there's one more Russia store I'll get to in just a moment here folks time is running out but you still can do it right now all my Honda.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from wonder media network? I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia were Manica and today's tastes maker. Was a restaurant tour entrepreneur an author. His name is practically synonymous with Harlem Soul. Food per pomace. Restaurant has served served as culinary social and Cultural New York landmark for decades frequented by celebrities and locals alike. Let's talk about the Queen of soul food lead Sylvia Woods Sylvia was born on February second nineteen twenty six and Hemingway South Carolina China to Julia and Ban Presley. Her father died just three days. After Sylvia's birth from complications of injuries he received while fighting and World War One by the time Sylvia was three. Her mother had decided to move the rest of the family. To New York City to look for better opportunities she left Sylvia in South Carolina to be raised by her grandmother who was also named Sylvia and who worked as a farmer young Sylvia also worked in the fields working in a bean field at age eleven. Sylvia met her future husband. Herbert Woods as a teenager. Sylvia moved to New York City to to join her mother and found work for herself. A HAT factory in Queens. She also trained for a time to become beautician in nineteen forty four for Herbert followed. Sylvia up to New York and the two were married that same year a decade later in nineteen fifty four. Sylvia began working as a waitress. trests at Johnson's lunch Annette and Harlem. According to the New York Times because she'd grown up poor in the Jim Crow era the day she first set foot in. The place was the first time she'd ever been inside a restaurant anywhere. Sylvia stayed on as a waitress for eight years when the owner decided to sell the restaurant in nineteen sixty two you. He offered into Sylvia for twenty thousand dollars with help from her mother who mortgage the family farm in South Carolina. Sylvia bought the lunch and she renamed it Soviets thanks to a great early review from the food critic at New York magazine. Who loved the restaurants soul food good and friendly vibe? Sylvia's was almost immediate hit. The restaurant had just six months and fifteen schools Sylvia served up a huge offering offering of soul food staples favourite dishes included fried chicken ribs porn bread collards and hotcakes the immense popularity of her food you'd earn Sylvia the title Queen of Soul Food. Sylvia's wasn't just a restaurant. Though over the years it became a culinary staple in Harlem and the defacto facto Social Center of the neighborhood the lights have Diana Ross. Muhammad Ali Quincy Jones. Roberta flack Robert. F Kennedy Jack Kemp and Barack Obama for all patrons of the story to establish meant Spike Lee. Even use the restaurant as a location for his iconic Nineteen ninety-one film jungle fever today busloads of tourists from around the world mixture to visit the New York City landmark and their in town over the ensuing doing decades Sylvia's expanded to see more than two hundred and fifty people and became the prize. Jewel of a veritable soul. Food Empire. Sylvia's this now has a major catering service and runs its own banquet hall for events. The company also started distributing. Its own line prepared foods. Nationwide it Sylvia wrote to Cook Book Classics Sylvia's Soul Food Recipes from Harlem road famous restaurant and Sylvia's Sylvia's families soul food cookbook from Hemingway South Carolina Harlem. Sylvia ran the business until her retirement at eighty years is old. She passed away six years later in two thousand twelve at the time. She was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Sylvia's restaurant Straw is still thriving today. Run by her children and grandchildren. If you're in New York City.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brian Lehrer show on WNYC. Then everyone inelegant jumped ahead on the presidential primary and caucus calendar from the two states, most political media are obsessing on and take a look at how the early way is playing out in South Carolina and Vata why those two states well for the longest time as many of you know, Iowa and New Hampshire have dominated presidential election politics by virtue of being the first two states to host one present primarily one caucus spots that guarantee their voters a disproportionate amount of influence instead of asking what do Americans want candidates have to I ask what do islands and New Hampshire writes want. It makes some sense for Republicans in a certain way because their voter base is largely rural and white like those states for Democrats. It's inescapable that the calendar. Poses a representation problem. So Democrats altered that calendar a bid to shake up the status. Quo in this cycle. They compress it a little bit. So now between February third and February twenty eighth next year. There will be four democratic primaries or caucuses, including the Latino heavy Nevada and the African American heavy South Carolina quickly follow Iowa and New Hampshire. But nevertheless, which to you hear about in the press all the time, which are the candidates running to all the time. Some of them are starting to hit those third and fourth states. Here's comma Harris, for example, not to favor her. But just as an example of campaigning this month in Hemingway, South Carolina from South Carolina, public radio. Here's this clip. We are a society that pretends to care about education now, South Carolina does that quite well. Society that pretends to care about education, but not so much the education of other people's children. I have met teachers who are working two sometimes three jobs because otherwise they can't put food on the table. Plus they're coming out of their own pocket to pay for school supplies. Come host there on March eighth in South Carolina. So now, I'm gonna ask what do voters in democratic primaries and caucuses just to be clear, South Carolina has a primary Nevada has the caucus system. We're not gonna pick those apart today, but what do voters in those two states want? And how important is that to Democrats in general picking the right candidate for America with us? Our Hugh Jackson editor of the Nevada and Gavin Jackson, host of the South Carolina read podcast from South Carolina, public radio and public. Affairs reporter at SC TV. So Hugh Jackson and Gavin Jackson. Welcome to WNYC. Thanks for having us, Brian. Thank you very much related. No, not that. I can say, okay. Not not that I'm aware of. But who knows we'll we'll start a new band the Jackson too. So the most obvious difference between your state and iron Hampshire is demographic. So let's start there and give a mostly New York area. Listeners are more developed description of your state's democratic primary or caucus demographics and not just a long lace, but whatever mix them socioeconomic status or education or income level. Whatever you think is important to include here. So Hugh Jackson in Nevada. You wanna go first? Yeah. Sure. Well, as you mentioned Nevada has a much higher population Latino population than you'll find in Iowa and New Hampshire, for instance, it's about twenty five a little bit more than twenty five percent of the population. And they have become much more active. The you know, the complaint was for years that the Latino voters were not showing up in numbers that reflected their population. Dad has changed. They are now a real electoral force here in the. And that's something that all the candidates that come here. Of course, you're gonna have to deal with you know, the Nevada caucuses started early on the primary and the two thousand eight cycle. Harry Reid put this together largely because he wanted to build party registration for his own election that was coming up two years later. But also as a result of that it did manage to in. The course of that bring a lot more help help build the party and bring a lot more Latino voters into the process. And of course, they've just become more energized. And activated in any case on Nevada also has a very fast growing Asian American and Pacific islander population. As a matter of fact, you mentioned the Cox says they announced yesterday they're going to have a new process and one of the things they're going to do is Tagalog on the on the cards that people can fill out and. Demographics. Yeah. Yeah. And demographically. We have a service economy, right? The casinos hotels resorts. But also just throughout the state generally large proportion of service workers many of them get pretty good wages because of the presence of the culinary union. As a matter of fact, I think Las Vegas might be the city in America that has one of the highest. It's definitely one of the highest concentrations of private sector union, penetration of any city in the country. That too is a lot different from Iowa and New Hampshire, but at the same time. There are also a lot of other workers whose wages have not been brought up because they do not belong to the culinary working in food service and retail and home care, and that sort of thing, and as Las Vegas has low wages, and so those kinds of issues are the types of things that candidates as they come here. Also going to have to have to deal with. Great answer. Gavin Jackson have at South Carolina similar times. Yeah. And kind of talking about those demographics. I mean, the big thing for South Carolina is that it does have such a large black population. And of course, they make about that population makes up about sixty one percent of our voting electorate in the Democratic Party. So it is pretty clutch and important for these for these candidates coming through to make sure that their message is resonating with these voters because they do make up such an important part of it. So it's a challenge for them to do that. And it is a big test. I mean, if you if you win South Carolina chances are you're going to be the democratic nominee. There was an exception there for John Edwards, but we usually have Reno that's our that's our history of naming that nominee so coming through here, you know, and there's so much history in South Carolina with both race and social Justice and diversity. And that's obviously Democrats are very well aware of and that these candidates play too. So it's important for them to understand the issues on the ground in South Carolina into connect with these voters because south Carolinians. Yes, you can come through. And yes, you can go to a black church and visit these leaders here. But if you're not actually listening to people, and if you're not actually engaging with these people, you know, these these voters they know that they can they can sensitive mile away. So it's been interesting to see what can it's have been doing so far in that they are going to these other places outside of the big cities like Charleston or Columbia Greenville. And they're going to these rural areas where you know candidates don't typically come through. So that's something that also south. Does have on its side is, you know, it's a small state, but it has a lot of big population centers that you can reach within a day. And then there's also these small rural areas that also play a very big part of this. Because again, there is a lot of that democratic vote in those rural areas that these candidates have to go and visit. So obviously Nevada has a little bit of a different makeup than we do. And of course, Iowa New Hampshire, also broadly different. But once you start getting into that calendar with Nevada, and and South Carolina, you really start to see if that message works to a broader swath of voters, and that's kind of where we stand especially just days before Super Tuesday in twenty twenty now listeners, we have a political reporters from South Carolina, Nevada here who wants to weigh in with a story question. Do we have any south Carolinians, Nevada listening right now, or maybe ex pats from those places in our immediate area who wanna talk about the primary and caucus politics of those states, and how you think they? Might play out or you would want them to play out in twenty twenty two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine two for journalists. Hugh Jackson from Nevada and Gavin Johnson from South Carolina, two one two four three three nine six nine to Hugh the politicians showing up into that. I feel like I hear some patter about people going to South Carolina. Even New York City's mayor Bill de Blasio went there recently to figure out if he's going to throw his hat in the ring. I don't believe he's gotten to that. I think we hear it about other politicians to like South Carolina's a bit more on the circuit, Nevada, not so much or the mis impression. Well, I think the blase was out here. Oh. You bet it was very quietly and. Your Senator Kristen gillibrand is scheduled to be here today as a matter of fact, and tellingly she's one of the things that she's going to do is go visit an immigration Law Center over at the university of Nevada Las Vegas. And then later the day she's going to a bar that of course, is the one my reporters want to cover. No. That's not true. They wanna cut for both of them. But we had Bernie here last weekend. Elizabeth Warren has been here come Harris has been here. John's lays been here who in Castro has been here two or three times. I believe so just you know, every week we get one or two of them. I've always thought ever since the caucuses became the thing in Nevada on the early schedule that one of the problems they like to dub it as the first in the west. But that also means that its way out of the way just in terms of flying. So. You know? That's that's one reason. I think just a spatial reason that we don't get the attention. But we have been getting quite a few that have come through. And like I say Bernie he had his two thousand people that that came in. I would add though that you don't Nevada has the first female legislature fade, first majority female legislature in the country. Through this last election. The legislature is in session. Now, we had a grueling twenty eighteen campaign cycle, and I'm not sure that voters in Nevada are any more interested in things than candidates might be Nevada yet. I think that's a little bits Teague and the and the Caucasus not until you know, almost a year away and everybody is I think kind of holding their powder, and and watching to see what happens at this point. But another thing that is going to be interesting with respect to Nevada and its impact is that California's Gavin mentioned Super Tuesday is just days after South Carolina primary and Abacha's caucuses are just days before South Carolina, and they're going to be early voting in California when both Nevada and South Carolina. And so. To pay too little attention to your states or conversely to pay more attention to our states because they want that bump to make whatever inroads they can against Kamla Harrison, California, and and many other states that are going to be on that on the ballot on that Tuesday. So that's something that I don't think anybody knows exactly how that's gonna work people are still kind of sucking their thumbs in wondering about that. But it is an interesting twist that is different from prior cycles cabinet, South Carolina ahead. Yeah. I was gonna say, you know, kind of country that we have seen these candidates really coming through a lot of the same candidates that he was talking about have come through, South Carolina. Even of course, Senator gillibrand was also in here down here a couple of weeks ago walking through making kind of stops in these these areas, the big cities, of course. But it's interesting because people, you know, people in South Carolina are interested. They are excited for these candidates come through. I think it's gonna be exciting for them. Because it's been awhile since they've had such a big field of cans. Needs to look at have come through and pay attention to a lot of people are also kind of wary of where we've been for the past few years with this current administration..

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read or workout others collect snow globes peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes give shape and texture to our lives we know baseball is called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in the mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill is great expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and product pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard and to professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded it up earned down and we had to fire up and cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut wood scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen i learned appreciated craft you know the hard work the energy that we put into it hey let's let's stick to what we do keep the wood and keep the flavor going and here we are this i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place you know if you pass by the interstate on the overpass you can see the smoke sometimes when you go past that's how i spotted my buildings on the interstate the thought of smoke one day and i was like yeah that's us right there so there's definitely a as i've been told as far as six blocks they can smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to your it's not like you've pulled into a place for barbecues foreign no definitely not foreign here then there there's some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales of barbecue ribs brisket whether or not you soon the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working it's pretty intense to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in the summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough goals continue cook if you don't have the colbert down to continue cooking it throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read or workout others collect snow blows peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes gives shape and texture to our lives we don't baseball is called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in the mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill was great and that helped expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and product pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard enter professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he's still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded it up or down and we had to fire up and cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in none of that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we have something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there cut wood scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen learned appreciated craft you know the hard work energy that we put into it say let's let's stick to what we do you know keep with the wood and keep the flavor going and here we are this i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place yeah and you know if you pass by on the interstate the overpass sometimes when you go past hotspot in my building on the interstate one day i was like yeah that's us right there but it's definitely a i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right dan there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to it's not like you pulled into a place for barbecues foreign definitely not foreign here then there's some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales of barbecue ribs or brisket whether or not you sued the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scott's working it's pretty intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough goals to continue cook if you don't have the colesberg down to continue cooking it throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KSRO

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read or workout others collect snow globes peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes give shape and texture to our lives we know baseball is called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in the mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill is great and that helped expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire and fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and product pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard enter professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded up earned down and we had to fire up and cook that was a job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in none of that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut scott started using chainsaw when he was sixteen learned appreciate craft you know the hard work the energy that we put into it hey let's let's stick to what we do you know keep with the wood and keep the flavor going and and here we are this i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place and you know if you pass by interstate the overpass can the smoke sometimes when you go past that's how i spotted my buildings on the interstate assata smoke one day i was like yeah that's us right there so there's definitely a as i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to your it's not like you pulled into a place for barbecues foreign definitely not foreign here then there's some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales of barbecue ribs brisket but they're not used to the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working it's pretty intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough goals to continue cook if you don't have the cold guard down to continue cooking it throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read or workout others collect snow globes peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes gives shape and texture to our lives we know baseball is called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in the mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill is great and that helped expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire booth fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and prada pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard and to professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded it up earned down and we had to fire up and cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut wood scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen learn appreciated crap you know the hard work the energy that we put into it say let's let's stick to what we do you know keep with the wood and keep the flavor going and here we are this year i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place yeah and you know if you pass by on the interstate on the overpass can see the smoke sometimes when you go pass that's how i spotted my building in the interstate assata smoke one day and i was like yeah that's us right there so there's definitely a as i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to you it's not like you've pulled into a place for barbecue foreign no definitely not foreign here then there there's some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to smaller scales of barbecue ribs or brisket whether or not you soon the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in the summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough coal to continue cook if you don't have the coals burned down to continue cooking it throws the whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you.

forty five minutes three hour one day
"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read or workout others collect snow globes peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes give shape and texture to our lives we don't baseball this called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in the mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill is great let help expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and product pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard and professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he's still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded it up earned down and we had to fire up and cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in to that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut wood scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen learn appreciate graph you know the hard work energy that we put into it say hey let's let's stick to what we do let's keep with the wood and keep flavor going and here we are this year i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place yeah and you know if you pass by on the interstate the overpass you could see the smoke sometimes when you go past that's how i spotted my building the interstate thought of smoke one day and i was like yeah that's us right there as i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right okay i appreciate that there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to your it's not like you've pulled into a place for barbecues foreign definitely not foreign here then there are some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales of barbecue ribs or brisket whether or not you sue the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working pretty intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough coal to continue cook if you don't have the colesberg bird down to continue cooking it throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you have.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on KTRH

"To plants for all seasons dot com barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire and fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard enter professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growth there was no other more modern way we cut it we loaded it up earned down and we had a fire up and cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in to that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut wood scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen learn appreciate appreciated crap you know the hard work the energy that we put into it said hey let's let's stick to what we do keep with the wood and keep the flavor going and here we are this year i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place yeah and you know if you pass about on the interstate on the overpass can see the smoke sometimes when you go pass that's how i spotted my building the interstate smoke one day and i was like yeah that's us right there so there's definitely a i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right that there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to your it's not like you pulled into a place for barbecues foreign definitely not foreign here then there's some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales of barbecue ribs brisket but they're not used to the whole home by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working it's pretty intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in the summertime and you got to keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough coal to continue cook if you don't have the cold burned down to continue cooking it throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a risk of losing your pork or beef or whatever you barbecuing so there's a sit down time but then there's a time that you have to get close to his fire grab this would loaded up shake it down so you're back and forth to this heat all day there's a lot of walking in standing next to fire all day so that's a challenge but there's a rhythm to it right there's definitely a rhythm to it you load quick and get away from it cool off go get your calls if you keep your barrel loaded up stacked up high it's a continuous process that keeps you more relaxed all day all you do is add a little bit at a time and the buyers constantly going does it put you into a different mindset when you're responsible for all this does is the big mindset as a kid i feared not messing up what i was doing at the time as an adult being responsible is severe of who else can mess it up or do they have a dilemma sandwich they're doing damage stan did they understand what i was explaining to him earlier you know there's a lot that goes on so i tend to walk around and double check without crowding to make sure everything is okay in their own point now understand where they're going what they're doing if the drip is too fast the hog is too hot if it's too slow the pit needs some fire he goes by feel and smell the whole place has this heady odor of oak hickory ash and pork vernon woods inside here it's hot so there's always.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The first time and there's the question what do you do invariably we answer with our job but we do other things in our spare time some of us golf read workout others collect snow globes peru's dictionaries raise fish are pastimes give shape and texture to our lives we know baseball is called the national pastime but we also know americans pass their time this summer on the beach in mountains at the amusement park or just lounging on a chair in the backyard tending a grill we're going to begin this hour in charleston south carolina where on a recent weekday rodney scott perched on a stool in his namesake barbecue joint on king street and pondered the origin and endurance of our laid back culinary pastime food cooked on a grill is great and that helped expose barbecue because that's all we do mostly is fire fire and food such elemental cooking appeals to weekend warriors content to manage heat and product pork shoulder between sips of something in the backyard and professionals like rodney scott who manages heat and pork so well he recently became just the second pit master ever to receive a james beard award he learned from his parents in rural hemingway south carolina where he put in the long hot sweaty work whole hog barbecue requires he still uses exclusively would many barbecue joints don't but growing up there was no other more modern way we cut it we we loaded up earning down and we had to fire up cook those job there's no oven to turn on there was no gas coming in to that i will you know there are plenty of days we wish we had something easier but you know we never had that that comfort of knowing how to just turn the switch because all we knew just to get out there and cut scott started using a chainsaw when he was sixteen learned appreciated craft you know the hard work the energy that we put into it say hey let's let's stick to what we do keith with the wood and keep the flavor going and and here we are this i mean there's a haze that kind of covers the place yeah and you know if you pass by on the interstate the overpass can see the smoke sometimes when you go past that's how i spotted my buildings on the interstate asada smoke one day and i was like yeah that's us right there but it's definitely a as i've been told as far as six blocks they could smell it smells good out here thank you we have barbecue people that pull up and the first thing they do is inhale and they said okay there's a chance here smells like somebody's trying to do it right now dan there is a discerning customer that you're appealing to your it's not like you pulled into a place for barbecues foreign no definitely not foreign here then there are some customers that come in and never had barbecue like this you know they were always used to a smaller scales barbecue ribs or brisket whether or not you soon the whole hog by the time you've listened to this three hour program rodney scott will be approximately a third of the way through cooking a whole hog along backyard smoke can be appealingly lazy scotts working it's pretty intensive to tend to fire because you got a lot of heat going on especially in the summertime and you gotta keep the woodburning at least forty five minutes ahead of time to make sure you got enough coal continue cook if you don't have the cold burned down to continue cooking throws a whole process behind maybe even giving you a.

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"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Still Processing

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01:47 min | 4 years ago

"hemingway south carolina" Discussed on Still Processing

"And now they have or now they are now they're beginning to in that makes this moment a really interesting time to think about barbie john what he thinks happen recently that's put the pen masters more in the forefront a thing that america has woken up to can of its vernecular foods those foods born of place and people and grounded in tradition i think america has a can of cultural hunger for those foods today and i think that has brought barbecue to the fore and and i think there's also a younger generation of pit masters who've can of stepped into the smoke who now know how to talk about barbecue in new sorts of ways and are able to frame their work in their labor in ways that are relatable four kind of modern media audiences to think about rodney scott who got his start and hemingway south carolina recentlyopened his own place call rodney scott barbecue in charleston south carolina and one of the first times that a cameras turned on rodney is he begins to rise in import in the second half of the first decades of the twentieth century rodney says you know i'm kinda like a chef a chef goes out in his or her garden in picks out a tomato in brings it back to the kitchen and i do something very similar asked up out in the woods in a pick out mon tree and a chop it down and bring it back and i make barbecue in.

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