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"joe lightner" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"joe lightner" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"So i asked you on instagram. Your less meal podcast. What strange food combinations you love and some of you need to get out more. I'm talking to you french. Fries with serve and a wendy's classic. That is not a strange combination. Somebody else said salami and cream cheese. Let's move on to some of the good ones. So a couple of people shared that they like cereal but with orange juice puerto over the top. Instead of milk specifically one person said with rice krispies. Somebody else said a sesame. Hamburger bun toasted spread with butter and then dipped into cold milk. Ooh anti-gatt from joe lightner. She is a past your last guest. She's the author of scraps. Peels stems a lot of you guys. Right in about her. She was the one who taught us that roasted Grades tastes like sour cream and onion chips. So she likes this. One is truly odd dill pickles drizzled with honey and sour cream and she swears by ginger snaps topped with blue cheese. And somebody else said orios dipped in cream cheese which that actually sounds good. It makes me think it would taste like a cheesecake with a chocolate cookie crust. But the one. That intrigued me the most that i really want to try so keep an eye on instagram stories. Because i'm going to go out and get some cheerios. So i can make this cheerios. Not honey nut with melted cheese and they add preferably tillamook medium cheddar. It was so nice chatting with you. This was really fun. It was super nice chatting with you too. I hope that you have a really great day. Thank you. I hope that for you too. I hope you have lots of keen wa and fake meat and everything that makes you happy. That's literally what is in my what i will be eating perfect. We'll take care is so great to chat with you by by and that was cameron. Esposito's last me. All cam released a memoir earlier this year. It's called save yourself. Make sure and pick that up support local bookstores and listen to her podcast. It's called query q. U. e. r. y. Thanks to crispus elliott. Who gave me the once in a lifetime. Experience of feeling. Like i was on the set of the snl dole bears scotch. Make sure visit. Al's number one italian beef next time you're in chicago. Would you have for breakfast this morning. I know you were going to say that shooting security. It's a it's a breakfast. I called practice breath. Your stomach don't know what type of chinese food for breakfast so totally go home for you. Eat a beef sandwich. Every single day crave it. Sometimes when i'm and not in chicago every once in a while leaky diesel. This episode was produced by laura scott and me the music by prom queen and as a holiday gift. We would be so thrilled if you gave the show a little bit of love. Tell a friend When somebody posts on social media that they're looking for new podcast. Listen to recommend this one and we review on apple podcasts. This is the last episode of twenty twenty but we will be back in january with some really fun are one hundred episode is coming up and i have something really fun plan for that. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal you want us on video. It's your choice. I mean we could look at each other or we could remain creatures of mystery either. Way's fine a mr. Yes we heat up the juice gravy. Julie were called. that's me Do well i was gonna say i want to say that israeli. We gotta believe me politically correct so anyway. Well that's what everybody calls over the wire. I guess juice right. I think like if you say it had the french to. It's a zoo..

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"joe lightner" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe lightner" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm Rachel Bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people in the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program. After her kyle mclachlan David Lynch fans know him as special agent Dale Cooper from twin peaks or from his very versatile role ever when he was a little baby kyle in Dune Portland fans known as mayor but to me Kyle mclachlan will always be trae from sex in the city alrighty then you know that seem the show and agent deal cooper might enjoy a damn fine cup of coffee but Kyle mclachlan is a wind guy. He's the owner and founder of pursued suit by bear a white label in Walla Walla Washington company. You know it's my brand. I oversee everything I run the show apart from the actual winemaking collaborate with Dan recklessly and that as well kyle would like a state with his glass of Cabernet so we explore the history of one of the most iconic steakhouses in America Heater Lugar steakhouse they've been serving up stake in its original Brooklyn location since eighteen eighty seven and don't they're out your corn cobbs or Kale stems or your potato peels Joe Lightner wrote scraps peels and stems recipes and tips for rethinking food waste at home and she's going to educate us on what belongs in the trash and what belongs in your belly and one thing that belongs things in your belly very tasty treat that's made from a part of a vegetable that I've always thrown straight into the compost spin as they call down they will crisp up so they are exactly like sour cream and onion potato chips. It's true I tried it. The mystery ingredient will be revealed later in the show but I my conversation with Kyle. mclachlan pile grew up in.

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"joe lightner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"joe lightner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Restaurants in the Seattle times about are. They getting have has the noise level peaked in Seattle. And I can tell you over the years of my experience of this. Of course, I've had the dollar for thirty years now, and the Dahlia has been pretty consistent over the years as far as noise level goes in the times even mentioned as being one of Seattle's quiet test restaurants. But in my years of dining out and about all over the world. It's mostly New York that drove the noisy restaurant or LA. I would say and it became so popular, and it still is somewhat regular what do you think about quiet dining vertu, noisy dining compared to so noisy. You can't hear yourself. Think. You're I have definitely had dining experiences where I'm leaving. And I'm a little bit horse because I've had to kind of shout all night to my dinner companions and that can be a bit much. I mean, there's there's a fine line between the hustle and bustle and kind of the excitement of going out, which I think is what you're referring to. You'd think of like LA and New York restaurants is that seen that that sometimes people are going out to dinner for. But like this article by Joe Lightner says in the Seattle times more often, I'm getting questions about where can I go to have a good conversation and dinner and not shout. And, you know, people have hearing problems, frankly, where it's difficult to listen to one particular voice in a sea of many voices in dishes and echo echo effect in the round. I don't want to take this wrong. Wet what's? But do you think part of this is just that you're getting older? I definitely think I'm getting older. I mean, there's no doubt about that. I can't fight the progress of time when we started working together. I was just so young young pup in my early twenties. But Sarah, Sarah's are even from you a different generation different Jenner and saying the current young pup in and what do you think about I? I definitely think that there have been occasions where I walk into a restaurant with friends, and it is pretty loud, and it is noticeable like sometimes if you have to like yell or lean and really close to a friend to be able to hear them at a restaurant. It seems like it's pretty loud in their deputy left to a bar scene. Do you think or is it? Okay. That restaurants that are kind of bar heavy or bar Centric, even though they serve food can be loud. Or do you have do you have a thought on? Yeah. It doesn't bother me. Too much. I've found that most of the non bar Centric restaurants. I find still aren't quite as loud to me like they're still at an all right level. It's when you get to those more bar central wants at their louder, and it is kind of expected to me. So maybe I'm just of the generation where I'm like, oh, you know. Well, let's just what a restaurant, I guess, but I would say like even with the restaurants. They mentioned dally allowed now can list, I think of cafe Juanita be in the same way too. I think part of what lens they're kind of feeling like it's a fancy special night out is it's a little bit. Quieter? You know, I think that there's a whole ambience thing going on in this article dozen nice job of pointing out why some restaurants are bit quieter, and it has to do with the court has to do with the carpeting and has to do with the linens on the table. All those things really contribute to a different dining experience altogether. Quite literally it has to do with the architecture of. Yeah. Right. So if you look Dalia, I mean, we are in here. We're above Lola, right? Very popular restaurant. He can get so noisy down there. And it's but it's still an old building dollars an old building right across the street. And if you look at the difference in the noise level, it is twice as loud three times. As riot Lola, and we are just surrounded by these heart skips, right? These windows and hardwood floor and launch. Very narrow. So Dahlie on the other hand has these Bank cats, and it's got a wood ceilings with soak up a lot of noise. It's got carpet on the floor. It has. Upholster chairs, you know, things like that people don't realize how much of that soaks up. But all these new buildings were. These restaurants are going in is really kind of where some of the issues are because restaurant tours are not taking into account. They'll say, well, if it's an issue, I'll take care of it after we open, then all of a sudden, you got these piecemeal solutions put together panels hanging from the ceiling. Just weird weird efforts to calm down the noise. That's right. But there was a time. And I would say it's over the last ten or fifteen years, and I feel like restaurant tours felt you couldn't make a restaurant too loud. Yeah. And I do think that there's some age issue there as people age out of that noise level they want a little quieter. Maybe they don't like you said, maybe they don't hear as well. But I just think it's a it's somewhat of an age gap issue. All right. Let's talk about what we teased in the last segment a little bit, which is textures crispy gun soggy. I really loved this article. Did you did you enjoy this town bona petite is that what John apetite, and she describes the fact that her favorite food texture is things that have been Crispin up kind of like a crispy chicken parm, which is then lathered into Mehta sauce and cheese. So it goes soggy. Right. I don't know, you don't know. Parme? Yeah. Like that thing. But is that something I crave that she she literally craze it now when I haven't the times that I think is just a little bit weird is like say, would you ten poorer prawns in a bowl of ood on that you see all Japanese restaurants bra right over top, the fried, shrimp, Sasaki little mess, and no it's not my favorite. I like the chicken parm thicker viscosity of the tomato sauce rather than the say, you love chicken fried snake certain things that kind of maintain it's crispy texture. But I did think about you because another one they pointed out, which I know you hate is Putin, and gene has that other quality of something very crispy that is much beloved because it's been doused in kind of a wetter style gravy, generally speaking, and it goes a little sock down. I'm not sure I disliked Putin for that so much. I just find it. Gross. Oh, okay. Chris. It's just a it's like putting your face big pile of fat. Right. All right. And I don't know about that. I love gravy. And I love it on dressing. And I'd like to do I want it on my I I know much in the minority on this. Okay. I like nachos. And do you like Chile kilos? That's another thing. That's a little different right? Ask more of a baked situation where got the salsa and the sauce over top. I I will say though, I was thinking about this actually before I read this article. I was having a conversation about our favorite dishes in town and one of mine is from sushi combo, and it is the deep fried Japanese a plant, and they do in nice cross hatch on and then they pour that really hot dashi over in. And that to me is such a beautiful texture. It's not quite like a deep fried battered temperate, right? It's more that the frying kind of mixed this eggplant extra extra silky. It's super lashes in that have greasy fried eggplant that. Yeah. Exotic plants like a sponge. If I want to go up to poppy up on Capitol Hill and get those get those eggplant fries at they make with a little bit of Honey drizzle Jerusalem, then they put a little flake sea salt on top of really good. That's probably my favorite fried eggplant dish like you go to some of these places like panda express. Or some of the local chains. I can't remember their names right off the top. They do that where they deep fry. The eggplant sticky sauce. Oh my God. That is so gross. I agree. But I do when I get started eating them. It's hard to stop. Yeah..

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"joe lightner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe lightner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Big article about restaurants in the Seattle times about are. They getting have has the noise level peaked in Seattle, and I can tell you over the years of my experience of this. Of course, I've had the dollar for thirty years now, and the Dahlia has been pretty consistent over the years as far as noise level goes in times, even mentioned is being one of Seattle's quiet test restaurants. But in my years of dining out in about all over the world. It's mostly New York that drove the noisy restaurant or LA. I would say and it became so popular, and it still is somewhat regular what do you think about quiet dining compared to noisy dining compared to so noisy. Can't hear yourself think. Right. I have definitely had dining experiences where I'm leaving. And I'm a little bit horse because. I've had to kind of shout all night to my dinner companions and that can be a bit much. I mean, there's there's a fine line between the hustle and bustle and kind of the excitement of going out, which I think is what you're referring to. When you think of like, LA, New York restaurants is that seen that that sometimes people are going out to dinner for. But like this article by Joe Lightner says in the Seattle times more often, I'm getting questions about where can I go to have a good conversation and dinner and not shout. And, you know, people have hearing problems, frankly, where it's difficult to listen to one particular voice in a sea of many voices in dishes and echo echo effect in the room. I don't want to take this the wrong way. What? But do you think part of this is just that you're getting older? I definitely think I'm getting older. I mean, there's no doubt about that. I can't fight the progress of time when we started working together. I was you know, just. So young young pup in my early twenties. But Sarah's are even from you a different generation. Jittery saying the current young pup in. What do you think about? I definitely think that there have been occasions where I walk into a restaurant with friends, and it is pretty loud, and it is noticeable like sometimes if you have to like yell or lean and really close to a friend to be able to hear them at a restaurant. It seems like it's pretty loud in there. Deputy left toolbar seem do you think? Or is it? Okay. That restaurants that are kind of bar heavy or bar Centric, even though they serve food can be loud. Or do you have do you have a thought on? Yeah. It doesn't bother me. Too much. I've found that most of the non bar Centric restaurants. I find still aren't quite as loud to me like they're still at an all right level. It's when you get to those more bar wins there louder. And it is kind of expected to me. So maybe I'm just of the generation where I'm like. Oh, well, that's just what a restaurant, I guess. But I would say like even with the restaurants. They mentioned dally allowed Nells can lists. I think of cafe Juanita be in the same way too. I think part of what lens they're kind of feeling like it's a fancy special night out is it's a little bit quieter. You know, I think that there's a whole Ambiente thing going on in this article dozen nice job of pointing out why some restaurants are bit quieter, and it has to do with the court has to do with the carpeting and has to do with the linens on the table. All those things really contribute to a different dining experience altogether. Quite literally it has to do with the architecture of right? So if you look Dalia, I mean, we are in. Here. We're above Lola, right? Very popular restaurant. He came get so noisy down there. And it's but it's still an old building dollars an old building right across the street. And if you look at the difference in the noise level, it is twice as loud three times as at Lola, and we are just surrounded by these hard skates. Right. These windows and hardwood floor and launch. Ero? And so on the other hand has these Bank cats, and it's got a wood ceilings with soak up a lot of noise. It's got carpet on the floor. It has. Upholster chairs, you know, things like that that people don't realize how much of that soaks up way. But all these new buildings were these restaurants are going in. It's really kind of where some of the issues are because restaurant tours are not taking into account. They'll they'll say, well, if it's an issue, I'll take care of it after we open, then all of a sudden, you've got these piecemeal solutions put together panels hanging from the ceiling just weird. We're efforts to calm down the noise. That's right. But there was a time. And I would say it's over the last ten or fifteen years that I feel like restaurant tours felt you couldn't make a restaurant too loud. Yeah. And I do think that there's some age issue there as people age out of that noise level they want a little quieter. Maybe they don't like you said, maybe they don't hear as well. But I just think it's a it's somewhat of an age gap issue. All right. Let's talk about what we teased in the last segment a little bit, which is textures crispy gun soggy. I really loved this article. Did you did you enjoy this? So this is out of bona potatoes got apetite, and she describes the fact that her favorite food texture is things that have been Crispin up kind of like crispy chicken parm, which is then lathered into Mehta sauce and cheese. So it goes soggy. Right. I don't know. You know, this is what we Parme. Yeah. Like that thing. But is that something I crave. That's to me. She literally craze it now when I haven't I the times that I think is just a little bit weird is like say what you temporary. Prawns in a bowl of ood on that you see it all Japanese restaurants right now. Right over top two fried, shrimp, Sasaki little mess, and no it's not my favorite. I like the chicken parm thicker viscosity of the tomato sauce rather than the say, you love chicken fried steak certain things that kind of maintain it's crispy texture. But I did think about you because another one they pointed out, which I know you hate is Putin and Beijing has that other quality of something very crispy that is much beloved because it's been doused in kind of a wetter style gravy, generally speaking, and it goes a little saw doubt. I'm not sure I dislike Putin for that so much. I just find it. Gross. Oh, okay. Critic off roading this just it's like putting your face big pile of fat. Right. All right. And I don't know about that. I love gravy. And I love it on dressing. And I like to do I want it on my I I know much in the minority on this day. I like nachos. And do you like Chile kilos? That's another thing started. That's a little different right? It's more of a baked situation where the sauce and the sauce over top. I I will say though, I was thinking about this actually before I read this article. I was having a conversation about our favorite dishes in town, and one of mine is from Suka sheen bell, and it is the deep fried Japanese eggplant, they do a nice cross hatch on and then they pour that really hot dossier over it. And that to me is such a beautiful texture. It's not quite like a deep fried battered temperate, right? It's more that the frying head of mixed. This eggplant extra extra. Silky. And it's super luscious in that for fun. Have greasy fried eggplant that. Yeah. Zedek plants like a sponge, solid. I want to go up to poppy up on Capitol Hill and get those eggplant fries they make with a little bit of Honey drizzle or drizzle. And then they put a little flake sea salt on top of really good. That's probably my favorite fried eggplant dish like you go to some of these places like panda express. Or some of the local chains. I can't remember their names right off the top. They do that with a deep fried eggplant sticky soft both my God that is so gross. I agree. But I do when I started eating them. It's hard to stop. Yeah. Grossman girth progress. But here you are talking about right? All right. So we didn't get to whether or not the milk. We're going to ditch milk as a society and just go to oatmeal. But the dairy farmers apparently are feeling the squeeze people changing their milk habits. Katie. Oh, you're on the go this.

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"joe lightner" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"joe lightner" Discussed on 20/20

"The hip speed countless hours driving to visit their daughters locked up trying to render hedge around how their two little girls just twelve years old at the time could have done something so unimaginable and all of it began that friday night what was the plan for that i on friday night's skate land had on free pizza so the curls went a little early and he dinner and skates and with third girl who was with them payton lychner also just twelve stacy joe lightner remember their daughter had been looking forward to it for weeks you remember how excited she was that friday elm you sell excited to think 8 had any idea now she had absolutely no idea was blindsided blindsided by what those two friends had in store and they'd been planning it for months after that night of skating be would return to mortgage house mortgage mother antje downstairs they played up and morgan's bedroom with martin styles i mean it was just a normal light and no sign that two were plotting against how no sign whatsoever the next morning morgan asked that they could go to the park how often arc while we were actually believe it or not pretty strict parents and didn't let oregon on go out on her own very often thought because she it or to friends it would be safe the first sign anything is wrong police officer showing up at angie's door my her dropped down to my stomach not only were there police in my living room but they were wearing riot gear across town officers are also arriving it pigs house around the side of the house up over the deck came a uniformed officer the first thing that goes through my mind does something has happened to somebody that i love and they asked me whereas markin i said she is at the park with her friends edgy glazer's says the police tell her that morgan is missing thinks she may be hiding daughter they searched the house and i just kept asking do you know what happened what's going on in the they wouldn't tell me other than to say there had been an incident at the park in one of the girls was hurt at first police refusing to reveal which one of those girls was for big quickly also tracked down give parents of the third fred at least wire telling them their daughter is missing to my thought was child abduction where's.

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