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"maple hill" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Opinion it's only there to serve the restaurants brand to bolster the restaurants brand and so that just a lines. You know goals so much easier and there isn't this person full between like who the businesses actually serving. I think that's the one defining thing that kind of goes wrong. When you think about all these third parties thank you so much to crystal moby any for joining me. If you'd like to learn more about bento box visit get bento dot com right. After the break i will be back with julia. Joseph of maple hill creamery. I am very excited to tell you about another podcast. That i think you'll really enjoy it's called schmaltzy and it's a storytelling podcast about food identity. And everything in between from our friends at the jewish food society each episode features. A personal story told by celebrity chef. A grandmother cookbook author or entrepreneur followed by a wonderful conversation with the storyteller and host. Amanda del schmaltzy has featured some of our favorite folks including zoe qanon. Liz number ahmad and this week cookbook author edina shares. A story about growing up in palo alto california with an unusual edition and her family's garage a kosher cheese shop. Silicon valley has seen a lot of startups. founded in garages. But nothing like this one. What i love about schmaltzy is how it illustrates the unique power of storytelling to unite us. Even when we are far apart you can find schmaltzy wherever you get your podcasts. And as promised. Here's a clip from dina's episode. And then there were those chucky cheese birthday parties of my youth which for me were pure shear torture while everybody else was eating this delicious smelling looking pizza. I had a different menu for the party. It was the tuna on wheat that my mom had prepared for me and wrapped in a little plastic sandwich baggie and i think i even knew back then that i didn't want to separate myself from the world when it came to food i really wanted to connect with people and explorer one bite at a time now a lot of the differences that my family had centered around food and around kosher cheese for some reason. We didn't eat kosher cheese. Because it contained animal and the few orthodox jews in palo alto and those around northern california really wanted this product but it was something that they had a really hard time getting their hands on so. My dad's somehow became a bi-coastal pack mule. Every time he would go to new york on a business trip he would load up his giant leather suitcase with kosher cheese and he'd drag it all the way across the country and mind. This was long before the days roller bag suitcases. So one day in the airport disaster struck and my dad was pulling the luggage off the carousel and the entire suitcase on the floor of san francisco. International airport cheese went tumbling everywhere and the da agents came right over to my dad and they were convinced that there was something far more nefarious mud suitcase and cheese. So my dad showed up at home later that night. He looked at my mom through the suitcase on the floor. And he said that's it steffi. I'm john more.
"maple hill" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network
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"maple hill" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"FM M L A cumulus stations news Now 19 Maria leave happening now President Trump announcing Sudan will start to normalize ties with Israel, making it the third heir of state to do so as part of US broker deals in the run up to election day. We have many countries wanting to come in. We're doing them one by one. We did. Sudan. Do a deal and that was in particular nice because they essentially better war with his. You know, for a long time. I don't know if it was fighting. I don't know that. But the deal, which would deepen Sudan's engagement with the West follows the president's conditional agreement this week to remove the North African nation from the list of state sponsors of terrorism if it pays compensation to American victims of terror attacks. If you're voting early in person and Fairfax County, you can expect to wait in a long line. The first day of early voting in Fairfax County had long lines stretching out in front of the government center, which was the only place to cast an early ballot. Now, more places have opened up, but the line's haven't let up. Some people are waiting up to two hours to get to the front of the line, according to the Washington Post. Election officials say they expect a total of 150,000 people to vote early in person. As of today, more than 90,000 people have, according to the nonprofit Virginia Public Access Project, Board of Supervisors Chair Jeff McKay says they're working on ways to get voters through the polls faster. Heather Curtis found W M A n w e mail dot com. Generally, voting in Maryland will start on Monday. Our local school boards feeling the pressure from parents to get kids back in class. We have an obligation to the Children of Fairfax, Tommy and to the taxpayers to get kids into those buildings as soon As possible. Stella's car ski and other Fairfax County Board members have directed officials to create a plan to get all kids back ahead of the current schedule member Meghan McLaughlin says. Other schools are open and doing fine. Our families are bringing it to our attention and expressing frustrations this board on why we're not doing this. In what's supposed to be a premiere school system. Prince William's school chief, was pressed by his board to speed things up a CZ well this week. John Matthews on W. E Mail in my mail dot com High school students doing his central Florida school district. After his parking pass was revoked when he refused to remove a large elephant statue painted to promote President Trump from the bed of his pickup truck. Tyler Maxwell says his grandfather gave him the elephant, and they painted it red, white and blue. Before the 2016 election, Maxwell says, Now that he can drive and vote, he put the elephant in his truck and went to school on September 14th. When he was asked to remove the elephants. The family's federal lawsuit calls it a violation of his First Amendment rights. You could see a photo of the elephant right now. What? W e mail dot com A Confederate monument gone from outside a county courthouse in Alabama, a small group of people cheering outside the Madison County Courthouse in Huntsville early Friday morning watching the removal of a 115 year old Confederate monument. That was the scene of protests in Alabama this year. One witness calling it an amazing time for our culture and for people of all colors. Demonstrators. Take it down during the nationwide protest against racial injustice following a police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota in Mae Madison County Commissioner Just Henry Malone says the county finally took action after a state commission credit to protect historic monuments did not respond in a timely manner to that request to take it down. The stone memorial of a soldier now stands at Maple Hill Cemetery. About a mile from the courthouse. CJ Papa Fox News on Wall Street. The Dow's down 160 points the S and P 500 down five, the NASDAQ Down 26. Did you email traffic and.
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Looked back and was stunned to see the carriage sailed through the barrier still headed for her she stifled cry and washed forward running on instinct until she stumbled and fell right by the swings of dead children's. Her Ankle throbbed in pain and she knew she wasn't going anywhere quickly. Land, struggled to get up but the carriage was already on her she screwed her I. Shot Bracing for impact. But then. The carriage stopped. Lamb felt the horses breath and spittle against your face. They flap their lips and need so loud that it sounded like a train whistle being pulled next to her ear. Somebody cleared their throat. Land Open One I. A Slim Pale man stood in front of her Auburn Curls held tightly in place on top of his head mutton chops ran from his hairline to his chin. He looked down at her but didn't speak a word. He swept his hand outward in a grand gesture pointing to the interior of the carriage. There on the glittering back seat set her dime store novel. Land shook her head vigorously. She really didn't need her book back. The Matt advanced on her land braced for the worst but then. She heard a child's giggle. The man's head snapped to the side and fear. Suddenly it seemed like he was the scared one and is confusion gave land the chance she needed. She limped through his translucent frame feeling a chill breakthrough the hot Alabama air. She didn't look back as she barreled to her car dove into the front seat and duck down to watch from behind the dashboard. As the ghostly child's laughter faded away the Pale man climbed into the carriage and shook his head. Like he was disappointed he sat down and just as he cracked open the warned spine of Lance book to take a look inside. The ground opened up and swallowed the horses and carriage whole. Land took it deep breath bracing for the inevitable emotional aftermath of this great side trauma. But then that breath became a laugh and then another soon, the young horror fan realized she was smiling from ear to ear. That was. Awesome. A. Maple Hill Cemeteries most dramatic story is tied to one of its oldest and most prestigious plots that of Alabama Second Governor Thomas bibb Bib served as Alabama's executive in eighteen twenty the same year that in terms in the cemetery began to pick up. Bits only served for one year, but he ultimately succeeded in his goal of establishing State Bank for Alabama. He was buried in Maple Hill cemetery in eighteen, thirty nine but he doesn't appear loss his interest in the markers of status. It said but if you stand his grave at dusk on a warm night, you'll see his carriage led by four black horses. bibs sits inside watching. You know said funders forward into nothingness. Maple Hill cemetery.
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Maple Hill Park is best known for its so called dead children's playground a seemingly run-of-the-mill swing set whose proximity to Huntsville Alabama oldest cemetery has made it a hot spot for a school age supernatural activity. But Maple Hill Cemetery provides far more adult terrors. Mysterious Women in black have been seen by the graves and dark angel appears above the mausoleum, a magnate who killed himself. But the cemeteries most impressive ghost offers even more pomp and circumstance. It or rather they move and built chase you to Mabel Hill Park until you're very last breath. Land was reading ghost stories in the graveyard can she'd started the tradition after learning that Mary Shelley used to picnic at the grave of her mother but now she valued the practice beyond its initial gothic appeal. There is a soothing presence to the burial ground. The part couldn't replicate. She couldn't lay on a picnic blanket in one of the oldest parts of the cemetery and lift her paperback, Hind the air to block out the sun. It was perfect. Blend like the dead they were quiet. She didn't have to acknowledge them like characters in her books. She could make up whatever story she wanted about them. In truth they were more than a few people buried there that she wished had never lived. But at least these bigots were six feet under and had been for hundreds of years. They be shocked to see a Southeast Asian American girl lounging on the grass beside their ornate graves once bedecked with confederate regalia. But they were were food now. It was lance time to have her place in the sun and she'd enjoy it. Land pulled up a playlist under phone and let the music fill silence around her. She kept her eyes on her book losing herself in the story. Soon, the sound of hooves came through the speakers. It didn't fit at all with the setting of lands book. So she put her thumb in between the pages and turned her head to look at her phone. She knew Taylor swift was experimenting with their sound but the hood sounded a little too country for her current style. So where were the hoof beats coming from? Occasionally people did take courses out in the park and land waited for the pounding of hooves to be accompanied by a winnie or Nay. But there was nothing but those hoods clopping against some plot of ground that she couldn't see. landside Turner Musica Ben be rated herself or not burn ear pods to the park. She settled back down to read, but she couldn't find her book. It had literally been in her hands only a second ago. Now it was gone. Land, searched the grass, but there was nobody else around here. Maybe someone had robbed her and run off to the parking lot. But she couldn't understand why they'd taken her two dollar used book and not her phone using her hand as a shield from the sun land squinted into the distance. There was a small rectangular shape and a gravestone a few rows over she was too far away to tell it was her book, but she grabbed her own and went to investigate. As she reached the main path the hoops got louder and the ground started to shake. Land paused. She slowly turned around. And that's when she saw them. Four dark horses were hooked together by a set of reins and trailing behind them was the sleek black carriage. There was no writer to lead them, but the animals didn't seem to care their coats were glistening black and they had no is. As the carriage approached. Took in the ornate carvings on the exterior. The of the carriage remained a mystery but the curbed edges of the Polish dark wood reminded land of coffin. Outside of the carriage was a velvet seat that a driver should have occupied. But no one was holding the reins. They just hovered in mid air cracking to urge the horses on land was so stunned by the strange image that she only just now realized the horses did not intend to stop. In fact, as she turned in the opposite direction, she had the distinct feeling that the vehicle was trying to run her down. Land ran across the green the horses were gaining on her moving so fast that she could almost feel their breath against her back. If they caught up with her, there would be no way for her to escape the hoods they would press down against her bones and cracker ribcage open she started off to a row of graves on her left where surely the carriage couldn't navigate around the tombstones. There wasn't enough space. Land rested against a large slate stone sucking in gulps of air. She wasn't used to this much physical activity and she needed a break. The horses apparently did not. In fact they ran full speed through the snowman's. They disappeared just before slamming into them only to reappear a little further head. It was unlike anything land had seen. Whatever these things were they weren't alive anymore. Were they ever alive? Blend new she should stop geeking out about ghost horse, metaphysics and get moving. But. She couldn't help. But wonder if they could pass through objects would they just pass through her? Did. Sleepy hollow rules apply Land didn't know but if her horror novel addiction had taught or anything, it was not the ghost carriage wouldn't be able to follow her out of the cemetery. Bland sprinted back onto the path out of the cemetery and into the park. There was no wrought iron gate or other historical indicator of the spiritual boundary. Only a foot of cement indicated any division between the Necropolis and Park. Land.
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Burst broke through. The boundary. As she had done so many times she chased the man clawing at his back and trying to get him to stop hurting other children. He retreated to the edge of the cemetery but she kept pushing. And for the first time she realized she was out at the cemetery. She moved forward searching for the voices. She'd heard so many times before. She knew this was where the man with the sack took them. She stumbled over open grass to cove enclosed by a towering wall of rock. They're strange structures in the clearing. Of winding pipe like a snake occurred sheet of metal glinting in the moonlight. She didn't understand where she was, but the cries came from here that she knew. Mary cried out into the. But at herself. All quiet. She combat again, promising not to hurt the children. And one by one. The children came. Mary hadn't seen many children in her life or her afterlife. But. She knew something was wrong with these ones. She remembered having two arms and two legs when she was alive. She remembered her pudgy neck and ticklish stomach. Many of these children were missing what Mary had. Some had no arms legs. Others were only disembodied heads. Was this how they fit in the sack. Had the man broken them apart like branches before burying them in the playground? Mary was unsettled but eager. She floated to the swing set. Hope in her little highs. She'd never grown big enough to play there. Perhaps, they could teach her. The other children came in close glassy eyes examining her with still dark pupils. Mary. Felt chill gone through her. She suddenly realized how long she was. She. Didn't know if she could escape back through the barrier at all. But. Then wanted them took her hand and let her over to the bucket swings. He helped her on. Mary held tight to the glittering chains that extended down from the frame. And began to. Mary giggled and shrieked at the momentum. It felt even more magical than floating. The legless boy smile as a girl's severed head laughed beside him. They played every night after that and soon the other children doing. The playground bugged with activity and happiness. Then Mary forgot all about the man but the classes. Until. He came back. Mary was on the playground, the France when she heard footsteps moving to the leaves. She froze confused. And realized the only other children were suddenly gone. The man appeared again. With a shovel lunches sack of horrors. He brushed the leaves away near the stonewall and began to dig. Mary called the other children telling them not to be afraid, but they wouldn't reveal themselves. She could feel the whole playground tremble with fear. So she crept up beside the map opens her mouth. And screen. Stumbled and fell into the. Mary pointed. To. Show them. He was just a mad. He could be scared. He could be harmed. Elijah came out I the boy who had taught her how to swing. He walked to the man has he staggered to his feet and whispered in his ear. The man's eyes went wide behind his square glasses another child joined them. Then another the man wheeled around trying to understand the sounds that seem to becoming from nowhere and everywhere. The children's screamed and fear and raised letting their pain wash over the tormentor. They screamed they couldn't anymore. The man, we burden fear and Mary suddenly realized how small. How silly? He. Exploited her friends because they were alone invulnerable long but. They were together. They return it he was. So she laughed. Ben Alawi. Then Sita and Martin and Joey. Natalie to. They giggled pointed. The man thought he controlled them. He was mistaken. The Matt's dump crawling his hands and knees the children's surrounded him still wracked by fits of laughter the man covered xeres curling up like a child. Still the children laughed and laughed. giggled until. His. Body spasm. And Wet. Still. Then they went back to pushing. Mary. On the Spain. Mary. Francis at would died on September seventeenth eighteen twenty and whether by luck or devoted care, her gravestone still survives to this very day. Mary's brief time on earth is remembered. The rumored child victims of the mysterious serial killer were not so lucky. For their remains have never been found..
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"If you ask. Huntsville local where Maple Hill playground is, they'll look at you very strangely most know it as dead children's playground. Hopping the fence to spend the night on the swing set is a teenage rite of passage and rumors swirl about disembodied children's laughter and footsteps. Some say they see all apparitions of children who jumped from the swings and run off into nothingness. Though the playground itself was only built in nineteen eighty five local legend says that an unknown serial killer prowled Phil beginning the nineteen sixties. He is said to have dismembered his school age victims, bearing them pieces around the quarry that would later become the playground. It Maple Hill par. Up Next we return to the killer and his sack and the source of the ghostly cry that haunts him. Listeners I have a surprising new treat for you. 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It is said that Maple Hill cemetery has been accepting the dead since long before it was formally established in eighteen eighteen. In. Huntsville the land was simply known as the burying place until the town leadership gave it a name. Northern Alabama was still mostly frontier then and grounds keeping wasn't exactly a priority. The oldest legible grave in Maple Hill actually dates from September eighteen twenty. Game was Mary Francis. Atwood. She hadn't made it to her first birthday. Mary remembered very little about her short live. It was snatches of sense rather than meaning the warmth of her mother's skin the earthy smell of her father's hair and the faraway laughter of her siblings. She didn't remember her death either. Only. That she was there one moment and here the next. The absence of senses rather than the overwhelming wash them. Mary died before she could truly listen let alone speak. Birds, were just sounds a mystery of those far older and larger than her. She had no concept of mortality when she was ripped from the world. So her afterlife was very strange indeed. She felt her mother praying for her. It was push at her back urging a retold might boy, she couldn't understand. And because she did not understand how to go. Mary stayed in the burying place. After years and years she stopped feeling the poll of her mother's prayers. To pass the time Mary wandered she didn't have his hands to steady her but now she didn't need them. She carried herself on the breeze pushing her pudgy fingers. The great stone says she floated giggling all the while she was playing like this when he first appeared. A white haired man with strange square spectacles heavier than the ones who father at war. The men's hair was well kept his shirt starched white against the moon. He carried a bag on his back like her father's when he went hunting for game. But this man had a different prey. Mary built their sorrow I. There were children like her in that bag. Little ones lost in the darkness unable to get home. Mary wanted to tear the man's bag in too but she was too small and weak to free the children. So she did the only thing she knew how to do the only power. He ever had a chance to use her brief life. Her voice. Merry screen. She way old. She cried with the anguish of someone who had just discovered the quality of the world. And finally. He heard it. The men pumped his head confused he looked left and right then nearly fell over. He scrambled through the cemetery quickly scurrying between the craves Mary Fallen screaming talking demanding King let the children. Gone. The man broke into our run stumbling out of the cemetery. Mary. Reached for gas but she discovered she could go no further. She cried and stretched tiny arms out over the small cement divider. But it was no use a strange invisible wall stretched up before her she watched the man catches breath and head into the park with a sack tearing the children away from her. She. Cried for different reason now. She was alone again and the other children were too. She had lost. The man with the bag came back to the cemetery again and again a chorus of ghostly whimpers echoing from his bag as he passed. Each time he did very tried to get him to drop the bag and run. She refused to stop she reviews to tire. She had new France to save in his sack friends who might make her existence a little less lonely. Every time Mary smashed against the boundary. It hurt a little less. She grew a little stronger and her voice grew louder. The night was more and the moon was full when Mary.
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Was much more interested in nature than space. There were plenty of scenic views on the outskirts of Huntsville but tate was tired. He'd had a long week at work and didn't have the stamina for long drive. Luckily Maple Hill Park was close to their house. His husband Scott used to take bring there but now tate avoid the place he missed Scott too much and he didn't want to paper over the few memories Brin had of him with new trips desperate times however called for a change of plans. They'd spend a little time the park, and then head home. It wasn't until tate part that remembered the neighboring cemetery was visible from the lot. They'll Scott's ashes were scattered far away in the Gulf. Tate still worried about exposing Brinda, such a stark reminder of death. But if Britain's SABA gravestones, she didn't appear to care at all. She was more drawn to the playground and beg for the chance to use the slide. Tape glance back at the cemetery in relieve. Then let bring out of the car. His daughters small hand pulled to the playground. It used to be a quarry which was evident from the stone walls that kept the area cut off from the outside world. Though the Rusted Jungle Gym was far less fancy than the one her school Bryn didn't mind. She just ran off anxious to play. There was so much joy packed into. Britain's tiny body. She's zoomed around the playground for a few minutes figuring out what to play on I. People told Tate that these were the little moments he needed to hold onto. He did his best to try. He took a seat on a patch. There was no one else around which seemed strange parks were supposed to be filled with kids but he supposed it was nearly dinnertime. As he looked around, he caught another glimpse of the cemetery. He didn't need any reminders of death either so he pulled out his phone. Tape was buried in work emails when he heard a scream. He dropped his phone and swallowed the curse words on the tip of this talk. After scooping the phone, he bolted from the bench to find grin she was on the swing Senate flinging your legs into the air and laughing. Take tried to calm his thundering heart. She was just having fun. The swing set must have had a few screws loose however. Because the seat next to Bryn was wising and falling in the same rhythm. As he stared at the swing set. He swore it almost looked like there was some a next bran pushing the second swing back and forth. Back, and forth A. Tape his is. He needed to get more sleep. Tape walked swings and asked her brand needed a push. She told him that she and Natalie that covered already. Tate book to his left and right confused. No one else was there. Brin- never been the sort of kid to have imaginary friends. But perhaps this was a new aspect for her to morning. Tate reminded himself that this was normal and secretly relieved that at least she wasn't saying she could see Scott the therapist had warned him that sometimes happen. The swing next Brin continued to match her pace as it's one back to our tate, he grabbed the handles. The metal was so cold. It Stung. It would be unusual under the best of circumstances, but it was high summer in northern Alabama, the peak of humidity. Bryn, jumped out of her swing and threw herself against him. Hands balled into fists. She said he was hurting Natalie. Armed take trump the swings chains. A splash of leaves kicked up into the air of feet away from the swings. Rinse started to run over to it but tate helter pack. Whatever it was hiding the leaves didn't want daughter going near it brin fought against his grip. Tape told her to calm down but she started to scream take pulled his hand away. If Brennan was going to be this dramatic, he might as well. Let her have this one win but it didn't feel like a win as she took off running and crying. Tape. Ran A hand through his hair. Scott would have known what to do. He didn't have any clue how to handle something like this. Bryn threw herself into the pile of leaves screaming that tate had killed. Natalie. Tape froze. Pete handover hurt her role. But Brin set again. He reached for his daughter but she flinched away from his touch. Really didn't understand she never done anything like this in the past. Brin sat up and hugged the air in front of her. Head Bob still weeping against an invisible shoulder. It tore it tastes heart but he didn't know how we could fix it. Britain told him to leave because she didn't want a dad that killed people. Take bluewater frustrated breath in the calmest boise could manage. He told her that he didn't kill Natalie. He couldn't see Natalie, how could he heard her? Britain looked between him and the air in front of her. He saw her odd, but she still hadn't seen fit to say a word to him. She kissed the air gently than skip to the Quarry Wall at the back of the playground. was torn. He wanted to follow her but for some reason, the scientists needed to reassure himself of what should been empirical reality. Crouched the ground where Brennan Ben and Doug around in the leaves. There is something unnervingly solid in the emptiness. Couldn't see it. But when tate press fingers against the air he felt something like skin. He pulled his hand away and looked up regardless of whether something was there are not he hadn't killed anyone. Like she could hear his thoughts Brin, yell that she would prove that he killed Natalie. The empty. Sweden started to move through the air at a frantic pace. The endless creeks combined with prince high pitched voice maintains head hurt. Then he realized though we could hear his daughter. Couldn't see her. It didn't make sense. The playground was mostly enclosed and there was nowhere for her to hide. Unless she scampered off to the cemetery across the road. Panic seized him. He called his daughter begging her not to disappear. He promised that would ever happen to Natalie, it wasn't his fault. After a few moments of unbearable tension. Is Daughter emerged from behind a tree. Dirt smudged and teary eyed. Tate, took two steps toward her, but she put up on her hands to stop him. Take did stop. was. To settled not to. Bring held up a small fever bone in her other hand. It was part of Natalie she said. Take this. But he couldn't help it ask where the restive Natalie was. All around them Brin replied. Pieces.
"maple hill" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Contents. A freshly dug grave is too simple. He wants a place with significance, a place of meaning. Playground seems fitting. Return them to the soil, the bad children and the good. They'll have play fellows again, swings to use and things to climb on. He begins to dig hands calloused from practice. He ignores the baby cry that blts on the win. It, his dreams that inconsolable wail. It reminds him of all been terrible things he's done. So he speeds up his work shirt.
"maple hill" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"We need to thank Jane. Walker by Johnnie Walker Maple Hill creamery and the winds of Rio. Ha for their support. If you'd like to take part in Jubilee two point Oh and share something. You're making baking or doing just use the Hashtag CB jubilee so everyone can follow along. See You on Sunday okay. Everybody let's hear from cake artist. Amanda Favor who spoke during our Atlanta tour stop. Our event was held at Jeff Anchor. Toronto's star provisions and it was the very first stop on our two thousand eighteen tour topic baking in the future. Of course my brain went to spaceships. The beastie boys song intergalactic and freeze dried astronaut food. But since those are all really craft ideas. I decided to ask Instagram with the future. Baking would be. Here's what I heard. There was speculation about baking with herbs. Three D. sugar printed bakes baking with even more alternative flowers. Sugars fats superfoods. Baking on space stations. More focus on using sustainable ingredients in baking using natural food dyes baking with cricket flour and I could go on and on for my instagram research. And maybe one day we'll get together and three D. print up some chocolate. Eclair is made with cricket flour. I would eat them. Would you guys please try right? Not but I figured before we got into the future we need to talk about now and why we bake to me. It's very personal. Baking is currently a beautiful delicious way that we treat ourselves and others. It's a way to celebrate the good days and get us through tough days. I hope in the future that will be making baking mostly for celebrations Those are the most on aches but for now. I'm happy to bake the cakes for the Tina fey style. She shaking on the times when that's the appropriate thing to do and I'm happy to pan. Bang my cookies. Have you guys made the PAN being cookies? We take the sheet pan and flat in the cookies out. It's a great way to get out some angst but I cannot wait for the day I feel like when I think about the future. I can't help thinking about the events that will bake for and I can't wait for the day. We Bake for celebration of our first female president. That would be pretty awesome. I can't wait to bake for my daughter when she gets a job and she has equal pay and it's not even a thing by then she's five years old right now and I love her to come in and say I got a job. Here's what I'm getting paid and I'm like so excited because equal and I hope she doesn't even know why I'm excited another thing that we can use to predict. The future of baking is currently. Who are the baker's I lurk around a lot on social media and I've noticed and you probably have to if you follow bakers that the community is crazy strong for topic? They can go really nostalgic very gingham. Full skirts vary betty draper. I thought about wearing that tonight and then I was like The Baker's I know are thoroughly modern. The trend of collaboration over competition is something. That's talked about often and I'm really happy to say that I see it in action every day. The passionate bakers that I know are fantastic people. There is a flurry of ideas. Sharing idea honing encouragement bakers. Come up with very creative ways to help their communities and a generous sharing skills this to me is the way of the future. Women are amazing. You guys know that but sometimes I think we let the amazingness of another woman make us feel less amazing and I don't see that so much with baking in baking I see less comparison and more celebration of our differences for example something as simple as frosting a cake their endless ways to do it. You can pipe your frosting smoother frosting comb your frosting you can cover your frosting and then that's not even talking about all the different flavors that you could have but I do see that Baker's don't divide up into groups of frosting people. We don't support this mood broadcasting people because I'm smooth frosting girl or support the REF frosting people because I'm a rough frosting girl. It crosses all the lines. There's a respect for another Baker's art that comes without having to make yourself feel lesser or suspicious of the other person we learn from each other and we're excited to see the other bakers succeed because it means baking a succeeding in that means we. All win is Baker's so all that laughable about who are the bakers are and what are we baking. What is the future of baking? I think there maybe less opportunities to work with our hands in the just because of technology and all these things that are really wonderful. But I'm sure that we'll still make bread. Bakers will still mix up flour salt sugar yeast. Because it's amazing. We love to eat it and the process of making it is an experience like no other in the future. We'll be able to do even more with our devices. I can't even come up here without my device but I do think that will put our devices down. Put some candles on a cake. Celebrate another year of life and enjoy the cake together even in the future and I think that we will still no matter how much we learn about our health and make decisions about how to build our best bodies. We'll still continue to things like a warm cookie because it makes all this like shitty moments worth it to get that cookie. It's totally worth it. In the future the techniques will change. The ingredients will evolve our will look and perform differently. The future of baking is super solid because baking is a way to bring people together. It brings communities together friends together families together and whether we're living in cities on a farm apartments houses or even future science state space pods which I really like to think about. I think something sweet and baked will still draw out and draws together. It's an affordable luxury. It's creative it's comforting and it's fun and it was all of these things for our grandmothers and it'll be these things for our children too. So cheers speaking. Thank you Amanda. If any of you need some cake decorating info or just a burst of loveliness be sure to check out what? Amanda is up to on Instagram. Next we'll hear from Sam cade of cakes from Dallas Texas tour. Stop at the Beautiful Adolphus Hotel..
"maple hill" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Ridiculous they should never be able to related but it's this all right second by itself just all right you know you're freaking me out go back to your this one's better resting serial killer case please take that what are your checking account is check it zero yeah I will I will let people I want to warn people because we have apparently found out this week we have a large a large portion of our audiences radio station believes that anytime we talk about the corona virus it is because we are taking our marching orders from the Democrat party to talk down the the exile you you might want to go I don't know maybe a little maple hill maple ten oh five in the morning we believe anything but oatmeal I know you what is may po as compared to male or male may PO was these do commercials and I was a kid still around in it a PO I hated as a child my grandmother get because I like the grid girls it's it's it's good well it's all gruel it doesn't all fall under the category of gruel meal it's an old based maple flavored series so it's basically oatmeal itself meal but maple like I always have the maple brown sugar so it's cadre probably like maple cream of wheat I don't like I love yeah I did for the moment that I was his grits yeah you gotta have a gigs because like any kind of great scripts as a carrier mmhm to me this basically it's what you put on it yes Sir Bernard you know whatever it does not carry the coronavirus no alibi to Kerry understorey maybe I was wrong you do you see these times to call any sort of food source the carrier I apologize vehicle to vehicle and vehicle for butter that's right so I just wanna warn people that is coming up because we had another nasty day already I mean the markets only been open for about forty minutes but it's been pretty nasty so an old guy do this yet this this more headlines for Friday February twenty eighth may I get all of my memory my short term memory back if only gummies would affect me the way they.
"maple hill" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"Right. So we are onto our last expression we doing on time. Bob speed. We got plenty of time. All right. Let me just saddle up and settle in the last and final belly. He's wrong. The whiskey acres art as a separate share finished in maple syrup. Casks also at eighty seven proof for this expression. The emptied a few bourbon barrels and ship them up to Sugarbush maple hill or excuse me, Sugarbush ill maple syrup farm. It's it's an English. I wrote it in English to read it. They fill them with their maple syrup in ages syrup for a few months, and then they dumped the maple syrup and sent the barrels back to skiers where they were refilled with aged bottle ready bourbon, the bourbon was left to finish for another formats. So that means this whisky is approximately a year. Plus, maybe a year and a third third the color hasn't changed a bit. The knows no it straight if they're put in the straight into it's you know, it's going to be at least two years. All the main ones are, you know, the big one right there. Yeah. Straight bourbon at least two years Stransky. But yeah, they don't they don't say that there's a straight or is. House. So, you know. Bottle ready bourbon, I'm guessing straight in this into say straight bourbon for the two year requirement. Anyway, I like this expression. I thought it had some added mouth feel some creaming is some added complexity. I think when you compare this to their flagship bourbon, it's definitely step up. I was worried about it being cloying and sweet and to mabley you get just the slightest hint of maple, but it is definitely not sweet. I just think the maple has enhanced the mouth feel enhance the palette and added some complexity, but you think Justin I really liked the maple syrup. It was very good. I think it complemented the spirit and didn't overwhelm it. It's more on the finish for me is very enjoyable. I I'd like to try it and some pancakes, honestly. Would you think about I think you'd like? Word is ever is. Oh my gosh. He goes on for days and day. How did you stop him? I don't even know how it just. Have a wonderful economy with words, and floored you on Knicks syllable with great eagerness bottle just says h two year doesn't say being straight. So that was his straight bourbon under on the label. But this one here. You know, when I have to take this one I have to compare it with a straight bourbon and the one thing right off the bat is that. Okay. This is not like your Honey, you're you're maple or you know, these these flavored one of these that you that you know, that right? Brenta play right here. This is not a flavored whiskey..
"maple hill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"That was the first, but in there, they're all sort of memorable. The heavy ever had to make a call on a big name during a Sunday with somebody down the stretch trying to win the green jacket now not at Augusta. But there are certainly rulings that happen there. A lot of rulings that happen that are routine and that you don't really hear about one. Harrington's ball move in the wind was at one of them. Carrington's ball move, my colleague, David price from Dallas Texas was involved in that. And at the time that would be something that would be different for twenty nineteen and really what happened to Harrington. He had marked his ball and replaced it on the green goes on the fifteenth hole, and he had addressed the ball and then stepped away and stepped away the ball blue, and it and it moved. And of course at that time he was penalized. Now, not only would he not be penalized in two thousand nineteen. But since the ball had been marked lifted and replaced in two thousand nineteen when that ball blows to a different position. It's going to be put back on the spot. And there wouldn't be any penalties. So couple of changes really since that Harrington ruling. So since we talked five weeks ago. The maple hill Gulf sale at cornerstone university. We're here at the west Virginian golf show of really locked in on the PGA tour on television and with the new rules. Would it have you? What has stuck out to you? As a rules official on the PGA tour getting said to work your twenty-first masters, looking at the implementation of these new rules, which will trickle down all the way to the amateur golfer. But at the top shelf with the PJ golfers what stuck out to you over the last month? I think the thing that's been most noticeable is that players decision whether or not to use the flagstick to leave it in when they pot or to take it out. And really when the US and the irony discussed this to write it into the the rules in terms of that option. They were thinking of it more from a pace of play standpoint. If you think about it on the club level where you have a group that plays on Saturday morning. And there's four players in that group and they hit their approach shots to the green. And there's a ball on each corner of the green well now instead of somebody having to walk up in ten that flagstick those players can all hit their lag putts. Their long lag putz up there to the whole without anybody having to walk up and say, hey, what do you want with this flagstick that was really the impetus for the change? It wasn't so much designed to say, well, we'll this give me an advantage to leave it in or not some of the players certainly have approached it from that kind of strategy standpoint using it as a backstop that really wasn't what it was designed for. But I think that's been the most noticeable change that that spectators have seen and that you've seen on television. Could the PGA make an adjustment on what some of these rules are intended for pace of play for amateurs could they look at these new rules. Is there a chance that they could be adjusted for the professional golfer? No. And I think for a couple of reasons one is that the the PGA tour and the PGA of America and other governing bodies that run championship golf like the LPGA or the European tour or the Asian tour, for example, they really have aligned themselves to working with the two golf writing governing bodies, the United States Golf Association and the Royal and ancient and and they really are trying to work with the two governing bodies. So rather than to fight the changes or to write something of their own. They really want to cooperate with what's going on. So no, I don't think you'll see anything.
"maple hill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"So no matter your level of golf, even if you're thinking about golfing. This is a great hang out place when the wind chill is like four degrees outside come down here for four or five hours. They have food concessions a great hotdog stand right here by the Everett's landscaping setup. The indoor par three the Michigan PGA with lessons. Ferris state university PGA Gulf management program with their track, man. Performance fitting center, just talked to our friends from Tullamore. I saw David and the crew from AGA Ming, and that golf resort rich kitchen Nancy kitchen, Bob, Andy kitchen, and the entire maple hill team is here. This really is. Every thing Gulf, no matter if you're scratch, or you shoot a hundred it doesn't matter, and that's a great thing an appeal about the game ago that everyb- it's one of the few sports. The only sport you can watch and say, I can do exactly what that protest at least for one swing. It could happen. And you've seen a little bit of that during the ATT AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am level leaderboard update on that tournament coming up in a few moments, but we do want to welcome back. One of our PGA tour insiders Mark Wilson from the ferris state university PJ golf management program. And also he's worked on air. And when it comes to work in major golf. Events. He truly is the godfather of Gulf in west Michigan and one of the great rules officials anywhere in golf high doing Mark. Maybe if I could and I turn your microphone on right now. I'm on here. It's great to be here. Great to have your mic on isn't it? Yeah. I appreciate that too. Thank you. Good to see you. And we'll we'll talk about all the rules changes with the PGA tour, and what we were discussing at the previous break. We just told me something before we went on air that you're going to officiate the masters coming up in April. It'll be my twenty first masters tournament and looking forward to it in April. There were a couple of years in recent years that I didn't officiate there. Some other members of our PGA rules committee went.
"maple hill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Jim Harbaugh timing. So in that respect. Yes. This is unique. I put Michigan in a in a better position in the happened in the last. Sam before we go from the early signing day early enroll lease currently in Ann Arbor, working out going the class that could help her ball win big games. This fall who's on that shortlist. Defensively. Our look first at at the am, I think man from your neck of the woods and heath kit would offensively you gotta really liked back sharpen it. I mean, so running back and defensive line real big. Real big positions une- imaging Chris Evans. And and getting things together academically. You know, you gotta wait and see. They're going to be a real opportunity there for her shower Grenada come in and and get them things going. I am I dismiss there is a Tricia. He's a big body at three hundred pounds could come in and be MBNA impact died right away. Rotation guy. I think him coming in early is going to help that. And it'd be in a position in need has got to require get on on on the field. I think you'll be ready to go. There are guys in the questions lasted I really love to come in and contribute. A poor went back, then he'll get there later on act that can be a real contributors. Well Sam thanks for the update on Michigan hoops, Michigan basketball and that Michigan Wisconsin game tomorrow at noon. I appreciate it. Right. So. Ten fifty WT K one of the Michigan insiders heard. Weekday mornings at six AM with IRA Weintraub. Joining us on the metro health university of Michigan health guest sign rich kitchen answer kitchen, just welcomed by the average landscaping setup. And also looking at the par-three challenge. I know their golf games they're gonna walk around like, well, I don't know if we should do it. And then before you know, it people are peeling out money from their pockets like Durant a Bank right now. So I know how rich kitchen and Nancy kitchen handle this walk by the par. Three challenge. Here at the goal show in maple hill has a huge setup on the other side of the entire families working even the daughters granddaughters. Everybody's working. It's all hands on duck with school out. They have a unbelievable three day sale..
"maple hill" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast
"Foot plus drive, and then plans is up shop for a tap in birdie hole for downhill two hundred and fifty feet OB water directly behind the bass. Ticket James Conrad is not worried about that those jump plots Avia are into the bullseye Nicola Castro nine down going into hold eighteen. But he gets us. I believe around eight down through eighteen for Nico. He's got the so will lead by two strokes over Paul MacBeth, Nate Sexton and Monday, boy, Matt dollar off to around to Ricky was feeling deadly man bogey-free thirteen down with an ace on hole eight that's NICO's infamous. Stop messing that was his Hase. If you've never seen that video. Trevor horrible also infamous race earlier around if you didn't hear me, right? That's correct to aces on the same hole it during the same round. And I say that's infamous because at legis stone last week during around one if you aced whole seventeen you wanna car Trevor Parbel hit dead center heart of the chains? Dude, splashed out and went in the video. He turns around and goes to his bags goes. I don't even get it. What I do. Sometimes holy at maple hill is very similar. They both carry over water to an island green this time. It sticks them in. He gets an ace. But no car sorry after two rounds Simon that was that thirteen hundred par and sorry. But that's it. As writing this round three was underway and the league card was James Conrad. Kelvin heinberg MacBeth and yield raptor legs. So freaky way sake their team at three fifteen Simon that Nate on the chase. Curd pot will the berry and Grady shoe. So what's that lead card again the card was James Conrad? Kelvin heinberg MacBeth and Ricky was Sacchi. Oh, we got our tech guy. Can we get them? Checking scores over here. I'm gonna call a dark horse on this. Yeah. Who you think? Well, how how how Conrad in the lead by? How much was he in the lead by I don't know. What's leader says thing I decided I'm gonna go James Conrad winning. Let me let me into it here. Dude. You are correct. James Conrad one. He got Beth by a stroke maestro by one. Oh, well, I mean for the for the for the total for the round he got Paul MacBeth by three. But for the day. Also, he wasn't in the league one. He was not leave. The last ice. Aw. Nate Sexton was fifteen down. And I don't even see him on this list of Finnish twelve down. But not all right. So James Conrad twenty two down. He's the winter of MVP open take it was thirty five hundred bucks palm MacBeth twenty one. Kelvin heinberg eighteen Grady shoe fifteen. Okay. So everyone pretty much everyone except. Frikkie made it on from the league card kept on Greg bars tied for fifth with hula, Barry, Simon fourteen under eagles thirteen under NICO's thirteen hundred man, not bad round in. Well, let's see where I don't even see Ricky on here. Oh, there is he tied for eighth at thirteen hundred. He was just under an ad. That's all. Stupid ed's. Matt Orem Cameron close laser ten under-. Chris Dickerson out nine hundred with Noah mites..
"maple hill" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast
"I only cook on all right today. Like, maybe burger lasagna. So they put like like thirty big Macs on the bottom layer of bacon. And then they did like thirty bacon. She's very strong for gain the mid wet. He's on top of that with biggest in the middle. And then that's excessively. Pretty much, but they do that all the time. And the guy was like, oh you to money baby you to money. So if they get money from the ads, I will watch the ads I've watched three ads I watched five to play at if it's going to do laundry. Oh, yeah. That's great that all those production companies came out. And no, it was really cool. I wrote down in tire list where is it? Either way. I wrote out whole list of five different production companies. They each had for rounds. They're all posted. It was tight. It's not one of those what brings too many notes. I really do. I'm sifting through at eight pages. And I can totally hear them. I in my headphones bought myself a notebook just for the podcast. I have about a half patriot on it. Thanks. No. So we haven't even MVP open though, buddy MVP open. I can John you done with. Let's don't here. I'm absolutely double-edged own. I got the female open. I got my banks. And because I must. Homeless certain time tonight. No, it's not going to happen. It's already has that time. No, I don't even care. It's I had to work early today. Tomorrow. That's all but Eddie did have a couple of years, relax. I'm only like two blocks from home anyway, NBP open, it it was happening like as we were speaking. So the MVP open at maple hill and in LeicesteR, Massachusetts, it's the nightstop on the disco for two or and the final tournament before the championships and Florida in October this tournament also marks the return of your boys. The crush boy Simon that fresh off his victory last week of the year opean championship in Croatia that we talked about earlier, and of course, eagles tournaments since his last appearance at the canopy, stay open in July. So let's see how they fared man round one HOA one par for eight hundred thirty five feet eagle mashes a six hundred.