Aired 4 months ago 13:58
Dinner Plate Invasion: Lionfish, Tiger Shrimp, and Feral Pigs, Oh My!
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Aired 1 year ago 62:25
Humans are capable of amazing technological and societal feats, but weâ€™ve also brought much misery, death and destruction to our world. We are currently in the midst of the sixth great extinction event -- the Holocene extinction -- and the ravages of human activity extend back throughout our history as a dominator species. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe focus in on some of the key extinctions that occurred during the Roman Empire. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Aired 1 year ago 55:17
Bravo Team Episode 2: Joe Love
Hey Joes. Another great episode of our secondary G.I. Joe podcast... Bravo Team. Once again, the mission of this show is to look at anything not related to the Real American Hero comic book series. Roll call this month: Jarrod Alberich Codename: Death Probe Brad Abraham Codename: The Joe Ed McMahon Kevin Reitzel Codename: Raider Nerd. Today, the guys and I will explore our G.I. Joe love and origins. Write in to BravoTeam@headspeaks.com and we'll read your letter on the air! Why don't you write in with your G.I. Joe origin stories and I'll read them to our listeners. Take a listen and let us know what you think. You can visit us on the web at http://gijoe.headspeaks.com On Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, we can be found by searching for G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast Jarrod Alberich is on Twitter at: @yardsaleartist Follow Jarrod at whiterocketbooks.com Brad Abraham is at: http://bradabraham.com Kevin can be found on Twitter at: @spartan_phoenix Follow Kevin on to his other shows at the Fandom Podcast Network and check out his great shows. Let me know what you think of this episode! Yo Joe!
Aired 1 year ago 33:05
Call Us Julius Childus: A Roman Culinary Experiment
This week, The Feast is heading back to ancient Rome to do a little culinary archaeology. Weâ€™re rolling up our sleeves to make a first century dessert recipe courtesy of one of the most famous Roman cookbook writers of all time, Apicius. Although this sweet cheese and biscuit recipe, known as hypotrimma with spelt biscuits, may look like your standard cheese dip, this concoction has a few fishyâ€ ingredients hidden up its sleeve. While we bake, weâ€™ll explore what makes Apicius so remembered among the Roman cookbook authors. Weâ€™ll also see whether this ancient dish has some modern equivalents. Want to make the recipe with us at home but not up on your Latin? Experimental archaeologist and food history, Farrell Monaco (TavolaMediterranea.com), has not only translated the Latin but has reimagined the recipe for a 21st century kitchen. See you in the culina! Written and Produced by Laura CarlsonAssistant Latin Chef: Mike PorttThanks again to Farrell Monaco of Tavola Mediterranea for sharing her work on Apiciusâ€™ recipe.The Feast is part of the Podglomerate Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices