17 Burst results for "Laurie Kilmartin"

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Was He just graduate from Hollis of? Oh I see yeah just you. As time changed. Chilly develop soon probably an APP developer. So he probably would not do better than any of us. We should start a pool. When do you think if you had to guess like Comedy Club would reopen and couple being? I'm sure they're all trying to figure it out. Maybe are talking to each other. But I know there's a club in. Minneapolis is already planning to as soon as they can have limited people in the showroom like you never be able to pack it out until there was seen Rosza people six feet apart and then the rest of the people watching the show would buy tickets zoom and so maybe the people in the showroom pay a little bit more and then they have to wear masks in the showroom. Yeah probably because of the spray of it's laughter. Names particularly problematic. Talk Teachers for the comic. If it's much a cough yes yes so yeah audie has to be back and maybe there might into plexiglass up. Describe it the worse. It sounds everything. Sounds awful but you're like all right. Let's have worked horrible gigs before Russia where there is like I was on stage is in like Elko Nevada. And then there's a bar in front of me and then in front of the bar was a line of like a quarter slot machines and then. The audience started sitting beyond that desert. Those are like concentric circles beyond all that so in terms. I mean most comics Rotella. Gigs like that. So the.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Especially now that there's nothing else happening in Hollywood name's Mike Sweeney I'm a writer. Conan Jesse Gaskell also writer on Conan Conan at home right. Now we're talking about how show a TV show late night. Tv show is being put together. A when new to members of the staff can be the same room together. That's an interesting process. Usually we do everything for within a big group Hug. Yes exact usually. There's way too many. It's like hey do we need all thirty of these people to make this thing happen but right now it's all Conan by himself at home. Yes we learned how to use a computer. I think he hates his Home Office. Now because it's now like the room of pain for him. He has to go in. Start up the equipment do everything by himself and I literally think when this is also just going to seal that room on Never Garner Yup burnt to the ground and our our jobs gotten really weird to K- first of all. There's no schedule used to have a very precise daily schedule. Yes and now. It's kind of all like place. Coenen shooting things in piecemeal. And they're being stitched together into a show and so interviews can happen at different times. But then you know Matt. O'brien the had riders. Still trying to figure out what the comedies going to be for the next stage show and that determines Conan's introductions and so that that all has to be sorted out and that could be recorded at any time during the day so and you said you experienced something where something you wrote like all the sudden. You Got Frantic. Email like grew recording it. Yeah notice well on Friday I got an email that was like Oh. Is the script ready for that sketch. Because he's going to do it right now. And so frantically finished the script and send it off and then Conan wasn't able to get to and I think because he was recording a podcast and then he was supposed to do it today but then by noon Matt hadn't even heard from him and so we just put it off but then Andy's in an Andy's like oh. I'm taking my dog to Petco to get groomed so now I have no idea what is happening. Petco is an essential service to groom an animal. I guess though I'm calling the police. The police PETCO Andy. I want them all. We have recorded a yeah. I don't know can happen but there's a lot of Of Hurry up and wait kind right right right right but that's okay because there's so much else to do at high. Yes no I know. I know. I'm not complaining because it's not like I have anywhere else to be. I know I am but then we could explain the way that we're actually shooting things so as writers when we write something we log into the zoom with Conan and Andy than we have to make ourselves invisible and mute ourselves. You have ever little confab at the top where you can all see and hear each other. And then once it's time to record you deep six or seven here. Yeah Yeah exactly. Have you ever loved your mic on during that by accident and no? Oh my God. That would not be good well because that happened right. It did happen. I happen to interview. I think the producer Jeff Ross's microphone. He accidentally turned it on and then got a phone call so he was gabbing on the phone. But I don't I for some reason I wasn't he making Chili. I think he's about the Chili. This show just which is so perfect because we always joke about how much Jeff Ross love soup. It's one step away from sue. It's Mexican Chile is CS. Let's call the soup. He's like he's talking about chilly. God knows Oh I know boy but it was. We left it in the show right. Yeah because it was Frank Smiley. The producer the bit of the that interview up to them during regular brand interview. Yeah I think it was like two. Am In verse brand. And he's so. Wow you know staying up doing this interview and then this voice from outer space comes on Anyway. We have a great show today and we. We talked to one of our our writers on the show. Yeah talk about you. Know more about the writing process and also. We wanted to talk to her. Her name is Lori Martin. Because she's a really great stand up comic. We've had her on before she works all the time we make fun of her because she's constantly doing standards and that's even true now in quarantine. Yes she's still performing all over the world all over the world thanks to zoom. She's doing sets literally all over in different countries. Yeah this is really cool. I want to hear about how stand up is still working right now. And she had the answers and more. So why? Don't we chat with Larry.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

"Yeah. Yeah. I'm on there. And post a lot of silly interesting. Scienc- fi stuff. Great. Okay, laurie. You have a book. I wrote a book about my dad dying. It's called dead. People suck and say comedy, memoir, cancer and hospice and grief and funerals. I have a podcast with Jackie -cation called the Jackie and Laurie show, and I'm currently locked out of my Twitter account. Turnabout Mike come back. But if I if I do return, it's a N Y any Laurie sixteen A N Y L A U R E sixteen. And obviously, I'm going to ask you why you got kicked out of this is the tweet based on some some people saying no to me in comedy because it was some old men who were like she's to blue. It's like, no, I'm not, and they love these whatever. So I just all tweet. It was a very generic. I am so tired of waiting for old men to die. That was it. That's it. That's it. Yeah. I feel like there's so much worse. Shit out. All the time. I do too. I feel like there's guys Twitter that don't understand female sarcasm. Right. Yeah. Maybe they're more threatened or they just see the were die and go. Okay. It's got it. Need people to read that stuff? You know what I mean? Definitely, absolutely. I mean, your whole books about it. So I think that's going to help people by her book and also tweet out right now. Hashtag free Lori. She's Twitter jail right now. And I appreciate that. At all. Thank you. We're what I've lost Twitter five bucks. Oh from the headquarters. That's March guys. There's four of us already going on. We took her face pro-lifers. I'm sure we got lots to talk about and the anti lifers. Let's get them all together together going down on Twitter. Thank you guys for joining me. A good time. I had a great time. And we'll see you next time. Thank you. Scientists hosted and produced by me, Ethan, Edinburgh or social media producers are Kate Baker and gullet and the executive pro recommend RIP. Do cert- is Brent Kushner. You don't wanna follow us on Instagram at bad science show. That's at that science show on Instagram, and please leave us an itunes review. When you get the chance letting us know how we're doing on the pod. And if you'd like us to do any other films that'd be great next week. We're going to be talking about sunshine, which is a fantastic movie. So make sure you watch it by Tuesday. And I'll see you later. Bye..

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

"So galaxy questions they're all Tim Allen related so in some way, or another an and either of you can answer this is not, you know, science based as many of our games are this is just a I don't know. I just thought it I hadn't seen Tim Allen in a long time. I guess and so watching him I thought like, oh, I'm going to do some digging here. Okay. So Tim Allen went to jail in nineteen seventy eight. Why did he go to jail? What was his crime? I know this. Got cocaine trafficking. That is correct. How Tim Allen had a almost a pound and a half of cocaine on him, and he was supposed to have a life sentence. And then it got reduced to like three to seven. He actually got out in two years and four months because he started giving people up you started working with the police, and he gave up twenty one people who were involved. Ally. People must want to kill him. And those are people that have seen his shows. Not to mention like, how do you know? So many people involved like if you put yourself in the shoes of a drug dealer like what's the team? Seven twenty one. Yeah. That's an impressive squad. It's a humid squad. Did he go on the road in the nineties in front of just open audiences and not worry that one of them new around or something? Yeah. I don't. I mean, he had a mustache in the mugshot and then never did again. So maybe he thought. It's part of your trivia did have a different name. He had his actual name is not Tim Allen. Oh, ten dick. Or or is his last name is dick, right? Yeah. It's like Timothy maybe it's Timothy again. Maybe if he was Tim to me dick in the drug trade Tim Allen on in a comedy club. No one would know. All right. Maybe good move. Tim allen. He made it, you know. Okay. So at the time at the high time of home improvement. How much was Tim Allen making per episode? My guess is at least a million episode. Okay here. I'm two million. Maybe lords got this one. It's a mill point two five one point two five mil nineteen ninety-five money. Right. So it's fair. It's probably honestly, maybe you were closer acting like today money dollars. And then he they did eight seasons. And they wanted him to do a ninth and they offered him like fifty million dollars. And he said, no. So I thought that was also he wanted to get back into cocaine. Missed it. Miss the thrill back to your rates. Okay. This is Tim Allen, quote that I want you guys to fill in my mom said the only reason men are alive is for blink. I here's the thing. I want to even get into his brain right week. And they don't want to know what his momma said. And it's a lie. Anyway, he didn't talk to him because he was an awful child. I hope that's the. If all of that, my mom said, the only reason men are alive is for lawn care and vehicle maintenance..

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bad Science

"Ten. Malan? I got a galaxy question for you. What's that? Excited. Listen to this episode about cast. Yes, okay. Let's get into it. Did the movie get it, right? Or will we have to fight? Hi, everybody. Welcome to bad science. I'm Ethan Edinburgh. And today we're talking about the Oscar winning film galaxy quest which if I'm not mistaken one in every category. Joining me today, we have the unbelievable alarium one of my favorite standups and an unbelievable writer as well. Laurie. Kilmartin. Although being described as unbelievable I think is not helpful science podcasts. No. It's honestly, it's not helpful in any case. It's totally believable that you're great comic complete liar. Laurie kill everything. She says, it's not drew law Rico Morton. No, thank you for being here, Laurie. I know you were just travelling and the travel was was rough for you. So the fact that you're here means so much to paint him. And of course, joining us here to talk about galaxy quest someone who has previously talked about galaxy quest the doctor of astrophysics, Jeff Silverman high. Yeah. Happy to be here and love talking about the science of movies. So this is great. Yeah. You have a like a live show, or what do you describe that for me? So I come host monthly vent at the Alamo draft house theater in right here in San Francisco, and we show movie and then spend about fifteen twenty minutes afterwards. Talking about the signs of the movie good and bad of everything from proper scifi to we did groundhog day this month. Oh, fantastic. Okay. So let's just copy and paste the one that you did on galaxy quest right here. And we all just take off easy peasy fun. But we don't even need to do is. So so galaxy quest Laurie you have not seen galaxy quest now. Which is totally find it just felt like a very wacky zany. I had fun watching it today. I hadn't seen it since. I was. Little, but but I really I was so shocked to go online and find this just huge colts following of this movie. What is it? What I say co following is. Yeah, I definitely think. So I mean, I remember watching it when it came out. And I thought it was fun and cool and I liked Star Trek when I was younger and still do. Yeah. And watching it more recently mourn as an adult. I think I picked up more on the it's not only it's not a parody. It is a satire, and it does sort of, you know, it's no Maget, it loves the fans that are so into the movie. Yes that literally their saved at the end. Spoiler alert by a kid Justin long in his first film role this kid who's obsessed with the show to the point of he's you know, messaging on AOL instant messenger..

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Okay you know and yeah like i'm his daughter's alive he has grandchildren as weiss alive that they still have a house and he he kinda was like yeah and if like for the like he could be done worrying about us and maybe he'd never had that experience or that lift with lifted pardon where did you grow up to peak kansas was his the city i catholic he's one hundred percent irish she was a recent irish i'm totally into ancestry by the way that's a way to figure out my dad i feel like but he's descended on all sides from famine famine irish say it sounds like trauma stuff yeah does it it lasts a couple of generations right fifty years easy easy easy that's crazy but it but certainly three generations for sure wow wow yeah yeah so he was the famine was eighteen ninety eight no eighteen forty thousand four hundred years ago yeah yeah so yeah it was it through that we think about humans is we create recreate the traumas yeah we revivify them by rituals or we actually subconsciously recreate them so it just gets transmitted out of the kids constant and then they recreate it and so so when's the famine gonna leave our family i think that might be the last one will you could argue that the believe me sort of some weird reenactment of maybe of yeah yeah i would love if my son were free i i suspect.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So what how'd you characterize your comedy now i guess i i i i talked about my kid and being a single mom but i i guess my i feel like my persona is i'm a person that's trapped in a box i can't get out of so i'm just trying to do the best my mother lives with me i'm taking care of her i have an eleven year old son i have a day job that's pretty hours heavy conan yeah and then you know i do stand up at night and and it's i think about that in a weird way it's it's sorta i'm being driven so insane that it that to have an outlet is making me a better concert sure then before when i was just like a road feature and all i do do you know a half hour set a night then i could do whatever i wanted on the road that day it was a different headed different attitude towards life now i'm like frantic and and and fevered yeah and you did you just do something colin quinn wrote on his show for a long time i wrote adam show to the when he hadn't comedy central and not that you write for adam corolla but i was listed as a writer did that show a couple yeah you did yeah yeah yeah and yeah was there what stevo broke the tape gossip that was nuts yeah he was backstage ways to do you have to something someday and he goes when i do it i'm going to go all the ways don't even don't screw with me to tell you when he was good his word when it came out boom he went all the way to the matt.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Yeah i mean they were pretty yeah i shoot i should have i can't remember all of them right now but it was i was sneaking off to have sex with a boyfriend at the time and my boyfriend was african american and at one point i told my dad after they met for the first time i said you can't die today or people think that you're racist so just stuff like that and just it's hospices so it's searing and boring you know and it's a million different things and it and i just wasn't just kind of dealt with every emotion by trying to write a joke about it and getting it out and moving onto the next one quickly is the survivors guide sort of structured around it's yes it's a ton of just yeah it's jokes it's basically jokes about the entire situation but it's also you know there's some real stories there too so it's not just stand up so it's a little mix of both so tell me about the family origin it's the same two parents parents married for fifty five years and dad was an engineer he he worked overseas a lot when i was a kid because he had hurt them getting work here's like the seventies and i think bechtel laid him off relate off we're going to saudi arabia back then he went to saudi arabia went to the philippines went to nicaragua during the sandinistas revolution he everywhere like his his resume reads like a secret cia over.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on KGO 810

"He will rating in the dark corner he they knew before they went up there let's get into it anyway still live in new york those women are in four but it was still wrong but he didn't have the power than the has now that's why it's different right in retrospect but it's still minna gross men are gross a woman the woman going to do and if they do women do that thing they usually kind of close their eyes and they kind of maybe they do that we'll thing a little touch their breasts when men do what they look like they wanna beat you all awkward right there's a scare for dinner and for me i don't really mind either way but i get nervous and understand that because like coming home and bartender night you know because my car i get on a bar and some guys chasing a single women are starting to get a ticket he's taking money out of her could've just get home for work and i'm like you know it's really what is he selling tickets or whatever and yeah carrying the heck liangelo woman she's worked all day together it's really hard i think as it is here for when compared to other plane it's just it's ri guac coma i walk a lot of women comics for the cars i walk a lot of women to their doors and even then i feel it's scary it's it's anybody friends who meet men online and you know we have laurie kilmartin in a show tamar to see you here tomorrow night she's really very very good is it tomorrow friday she's already on friday no she's here on friday not tomorrow i forgot that was thinking it's thursday every time it's a nice day i think it's friday.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Because you know i guess before my dad died if if you google does name a co you know his resume is an engineering resume would come up and that might be it and then the other guys with his name's yonkers or whatever and now it's you know his daughter tweeted it she's comedian it's it's all about me and how i treated his death that you know and he never wanted to be famous or anything so he wouldn't he wouldn't care he was he wasn't googling his name it was not of interest to him but the yeah it it does bother me that you know or the only picture that shows up as him when he's dying you know but on in the other on the other hand he's he's gone you know and now i'm left with this this all these emotions and the so i deal with it now it's mine you know no i i know some people who are in the public eye not very many who never google themselves and don't pay attention to what other people say and genuinely just follow their moves their muse to the stars and all that stuff i don't i'm not one of those people god bless them i admire them and i know from having read how you felt about being on the network tv show last comic standing you're probably not one of those people that i don't like to follow what people say about me.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I i don't think i've ever felt so vividly the geographic distance of this choice that i had made to leave home like that i i had decided i grew up also in the bay area and i had decided to move to los angeles you know to work in live and the second my parents became vulnerable i was like oh wow i i sure picked that yeah did you have that feeling that it would have been worse if i'd been mostly based in new york you know this you know this way i i was just one south west flight away you know i i made that trip allot and but yeah definitely i wish i'd been there have been able to help him just drive them around to dr appointments and stuff like that you know i tried not to miss too much but obviously i missed a lot how did you find out who was sick will he'd been it's weird you know there's this point when they go from in their seventies to there eighties where they become elderly and i guess my dad just seemed like a regular dad for a long time and then i you know you how he he he passed that that barrier i guess now he's he's elderly and and and then i heard you know he wasn't doing well but he's you know one of those guys it would never go to the doctor and felt he was fine because he worked out all the time and and so i i was just hoping something really horrible wasn't going on and and then i was on the road and working in austin and then i heard that he had been hospitalized and they found lung cancer.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Astonishing how you know i'm i'm pretty much indian i'm very americanized because i've grown up in this country but inside i'm still affected by my indian culture and indian culture like in many asian cultures you're taught to be reserved you know to be very reserved and not just too much about your personal life and all of that and you know what i've done is just do the complete opposite and it feels so good because i'm not i don't i'm not a scaredy cat anymore you know all those things that i was in barris about or shamed of or didn't feel i had worked out you know there's nothing anyone can say about me now that i haven't said about myself i so appreciate you taking all this time to come talk me on bullseye thank you so much for doing it thanks for having me i really appreciate it was a great talk i guess it's time for me to pack my knives and but that that that thank you i really appreciate it take care thanks for having me on pod milange me the encyclopedia of spices and herbs eight spectacularly beautiful and fascinating book pod is still on top chef she is still great at being on top chef she also just made an appearance on route paul's drag rhys i'm jesse thorn it's almost like a hallmark movie laurie kill martin's dad fight of lung cancer in two thousand fourteen he was eighty three years old when he got the diagnosis laurie took time off from her job writing for conan o'brien she flew up to visit as often as she could and to deal with all the stress and the grief she started tweeting about everything sad moments angry moments funny moments the tweets turned into jokes that she tried out on stage and then the jokes turned into an entire show forty five jokes about my dead dad we talked early last year and since then lorries gone onto release the show as an album that's available now she also just wrote a book it's called dead people suck a guide for survivors of the newly departed it's out now his a little bit from the beginning of forty five jokes about my dad.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"This is not a classically good movie now now how does it feel but it is a movie that many people i know treasure very deeply i know what's it like to have that acting credit on your resume and how do you feel about being having been in you know one of the great camp classics of the last twenty five years or so at the time you know when you're making a movie there's so many people involved it's a big circus that comes together and then there's all this stuff in post production so you have no idea whether you're making citizen kane or or glitter and it just you know i think i don't know what to say about it really really don't you've use upper from endometriosis which is condition that i'll give very quick summary and you'll tell me if i'm wrong because i went to public high school what it's essentially you know the the process of of woman's reproductive period involves shedding the lining of the uterus and if you have endo metro says that lining does not shed properly or as it doesn't other people and it causes very serious cramping and pain you know for a kind of a regular period of every month and also other related pain.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I would love to be able to credibly use the phrase rich vermillion i'm a public radio hosts that should be like one of my that should be in my rack of skills i just haven't got it more of my conversation with pod moloch me when we return from a break plus laurie kilmartin talks about her death themed comedy show it's bullseye for maximum pun dot org and npr hi i'm guy roz and i'm mindy thomas and together we bring you well in the world npr's podcast or family every week we explore wild and new scientific discovery we also ride a bird we also write a bird find wow in the world on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast support for bulls eye end the following message comes from the npr wine club discover hansel elected wines from awardwinning vineyards around the world learn the stories behind each one and enjoy unique bottles inspired by your favorite npr shows all with the convenience of home delivery the special welcome offer includes a bottle of weekend edition cabernet sauvignon if you're twenty one years or older join in the fun npr wine club dot org it's bullseye jesse thorn my guest is pod moloch schmidt she's the host of television's top chef and she's the author of the encyclopedia of spices and herbs we talked in two thousand sixteen i need to i need to ask you about something that i feel like my show is the one public radio show that will take the time to ask you about you were an actress before you were a television host and writer and you're in the movie glitter.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Who primarily is cooking pork shoulders and green beans with butter us uh spice single spice what would it be and i'm not talking about salt or pepper something that something that probably isn't in my spice rack right now where did i might not think of the way that you would have me think of it if it's not salt and pepper i would say probably su mac or perhaps zada samak is ins at tar but zad tar is a middle eastern spice blend it has time wild time in it it also has sesame seeds it's a lovely you'll see it often rubbed on middle eastern flat breads su mac is a dried red bury it used to grow in north america goes all over the middle east if it's if you eat a bushel of it it's poisonous but you wouldn't but when it's dried and powdered it has his beautiful rich vermillion color this lovely lovely burgundy red that you can just sprinkle on things and it gives a fruity tartness that has a depth to it that is beautiful we add acidity or sourness to a dish usually we add it with citrus like lemon or lime or with vinegars this allows you to add sour notes to a dish without adding moisture and it doesn't seem like a big deal until you talk about different things that you want to season like like your pork shoulder it'd be beautiful as a spice rub on your on your pork shoulder.

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"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Yeah i'm not a big organ meat person i don't like eating tongue or you know heart or brain and things like that i still get really really squeamish about certain cuts of meat i you know obviously came to eating meat let much later i wasn't something i started doing until my adolescence really and it just i have real trouble with with those kind of cuts of meat like it's the smell it's the texture it's the game e bloody ness of it part of a big part of eating meat is pretending that it's not a part of a living being yes exactly yeah though that's how i started doing yeah yeah and i can't i i'm not trying to look at the pie at exactly the part of the animal that i'm eating right then like i want a little bit of distance you want it you want the shredded tongue yeah well i mean i'll eat it i'll language taco easy peasy but it looks like if it looks like that thing and i think you know with tripe you know i i don't know i guess i probably only ever had it much in far but it's so it's so goofy looking that it hardly seems like it could be part of the body of an animal eating it i never don't you taste isn't there that after taste can you not detect that it's tongue when you're eating tongue taco even if it's chopped up non pretty i'm pretty joe with tongue i mean there's definitely a big difference between there's it's one of those things where there's a big difference between if it's pretty good or if it's not that good right sort of like yuga like you 'cause i if you get like stringy weird yuka it's super gross but then if you get it really good it's like oh this is totally better than potatoes right.

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"laurie kilmartin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I i had these things called shot c h aa tee shot and they come in various varieties but they're all crunchy and salty and tangy and sweet and hot and sour and no two bites are the same so you can have puffed rice tossed with fried beason flour and fried peanuts that has a dayton tamarind sauce but also a spicy green chili and coriander chutney and yogurt and black human and reggie powder and all of these things put together or you can have flat discs of fried semolina with peace and flower again and you know boiled potatoes and boiled chick peas and there were just different configurations of of all these elements that had a lot of different textures and flavors what was like weird an american about you when you were in chennai or of madras where your family was from in the summer my sense of dress because i went to america when i was four and when you're for you really not even aware of your gender so much i wasn't taught like the other kids were to be bashful to be reserved and covering of our skin and so when i would go back for summers i you know so hot in south india that i would just wear shorts and a little tube top i want to ask you we've talked a lot about the breadth of your palate but i want to know what is grossed you to l full tripe anything really.

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