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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Operation Freedom
"It is an eye opening experience. It is my honor to welcome back my friend. Helen cheating and Helen. Welcome back to the operation Freedom Platform. Thank you, Dave. For that wonderful introduction. Well, thank you for all that that that you've done Helen are doing And will do. You know, Helen, I recently had an opportunity to speak with One of our nation's foremost historians and authorities and Plymouth Colony. And its founding in the 16 twenties, and in I I found and I immediately thought of you. Um he was speaking about one of the things that set Plymouth Colony apart. And and what it was, was that from its inception, there was one rule of law. That applied to every person in the colony. And Helen, one of the problems that I and many other people have right now. In a good example is just looking at Wall Street, and you've pointed this out in great detail. But this is why I thought of you is because there appears to be One set of rules and the rule of law for one group of people like us if you will, and then there's another set of essentially no rules and no laws. We're no accountability occurs for people on Wall Street. If you will. Such people like Jamie Diamond. Am I off? You're not off and I have to tell your listeners And you something really interesting that happened. The European Union is putting together a $969 billion bond offering. To raise money to fund the European Union's efforts to combat the impact of covid and to restore the economy of the European Union. And all of the major banks. Wanted to be involved with this because it's a huge financing. The banks that are involved are going to make a fortune. And the European Union, Unlike the United States of America, Refused to do business with JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America and they issued a statement saying. That they were not fit to be a counter party of the European Union. What a slap in the face. Everyone in Congress. Has pandered to Jamie Diamond and Citigroup and Bank of America. They never confront them with the criminal conduct that has made these banks So massively rich that they can bribe everybody in Congress. And here is the European Union, saying we will not even do business with these banks. It's actually refreshing, isn't it? That that someone would finally step up and say some unity. We're just living in the wrong continent. Yeah, and and And it's in and Helen as you mentioned, um Government has turned a blind eye to this nefarious criminal activity that's occurring in fact, turned a blind eye in some cases. Maybe you can tell me if I'm wrong, but they seem to be complicit in it. And and and the media. I mean, just your experience in the media and and, of course, the the court system. I mean, you had JP Morgan Red hand caught red handed. And and tell me if I'm wrong again, But my election is the the judge has looked at you and said Even though they admitted to the criminal acts the river. The judges looked at you and said, Oh, that can't be the case. Am I wrong? That's exactly what happened. I I filed a complaint against JPMorgan Chase for its criminals. Complicity with Bernie Madoff. Which caused $64 billion in losses. To over 65,000 people. Yeah. And the judge. Faced with JPMorgan Chase's Lead to the crimes that were alleged by the government in which they specifically admitted what they did, The judge said. This is not plausible. In other words, it's not plausible that JPMorgan Chase would have admitted to a crime. But they did, in fact, admit to a crime and they paid $2 billion is fine, but it wasn't enough for this judge to allow my complaint to go forward. That's where we are. We have a legal system. We have a political system. We have an administrative system, which is pandering to The banks which have a mouth. Wealth on a scale, which was previously unprecedented in the world. And Helen. This isn't a Republican or Democrat issue. They're all they're all in the boat on this. This is a rope. What I called a Republic Rat issue. It doesn't matter who's in office. Uh, it just There's no accountability for any of these banks. Tres exactly. Just keep driving their way through one serious crime after another, and you know the crimes that they commit, have a very significant economic impact upon every one of us. We're so in order to it. It's like that old story about if you if you put a frog in boiling water, it jumps right out. But if you put a frog in cold water and then boil it, it dies. And that's what that's what the public is experience we have slowly but surely. Then. Made unaware. Of the extent to which the major banks in this country steal from us and and Helen The brought off lame stream fake media. Which includes Fox News. I get a lot of pushback. Oh, yeah, it includes. Oh, absolutely there. They don't uncover it. In fact, they cover it up in a good example is what you experienced. When you brought this forward on Maria Bartiromo's show. Right? Exactly. 22 guys came in the studio it pick you up by your elbows and carried you out, right? Exactly. I said something very bad. I said that made us It had a complicitous. Thanks. JP Morgan Chase enables made up to Patrick Perpetrate his fraud. They knew exactly what he was doing. They had an inside track on it. Now all is not lost on the media front because there are independent. Financial journalists such as Pam and Russ Martins. Who do a phenomenal job uncovering the truth. And from this week, Helen, it's now official. The financial House that Jamie Diamond, CEO of JPMorgan Chase built Is the riskiest bank in the United States..
Summer Chocolate Brownie Recipe
"Chocolate is so popular for this summer. One of my favorite recipes to bring along for summer picnics. And you know. The fourth of july's coming up in just mentioned father's day is around the corner One of my favorite things to make is the chocolate coffee brownies squares. It's it's a recipe. That's in my book. The basic art of coffee. That was actually one of the giveaway books last month. So whether you're celebrating fourth of july or father stay home or away. These chocolate coffee. Brownies squares are easy to make. And take with you in. Besides who doesn't love you work effect of chocolate and coffee together and besides everybody said that you know in the survey that they're gonna be camping and or taking trips and bringing chocolate with them. So maybe you'll blake to take these chocolate coffee brownie squares with you. They are easy to transport. Here's the recipe a half a cup of flour a half a cup of butter third cup of sugar. One quarter cup of dried shredded. Coconut plus one tablespoon of dry shredded coconut unsweetened the one tablespoon extra is for the topping to eggs five tablespoons of mill two tablespoons of espresso coffee two tablespoons of dried instant coffee one teaspoon of pure vanilla a teaspoon of baking powder one tablespoon of powdered sugar two tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder plus two tablespoons for topping blend butter and sugar with an electric mixer till blended in the butter. Soft and creamy in. Sugar is well blended in ad in the eggs and five tablespoons of milk place in the sifted flour cocoa vanilla baking powder mix so well blended then put in coconut powdered instant coffee stir to well blended. Preheat the oven to three hundred. Seventy five degrees line square pan with parchment. Paper spread the mixture in the pan. Bake in a preheated oven for forty minutes in a bull mixed two tablespoons of powdered cocoa powdered sugar and hot espresso coffee and blindness together when the brownies are done turn off the oven. Take brownies out of the oven than place. The topping on and then place the brownies back in to see the warm oven for just five minutes. Take out and let them cool for five to ten minutes in another dish mixed two tablespoons of shredded coconut with two teaspoons of instant coffee powder when the brownies or cool cut into squares and sprinkle with shredded coconut topping before serving scoop of chocolate gelato. Ice cream refers in yogurt served on the side. Intensifies the well factor of this desert. If you're serving this at a picnic or you know a get together or sit down and get together you know. That's a a great way to serve it with some ice cream or gelato refers in yogurt on the side.
Fresh update on "maria" discussed on BBC Arts Hour
"So clearly you really talk about how living between two worlds helped you find out who you were. Which world you belong to. Yeah, you know, growing up in two worlds forced me to find out who I was. There was no kind of default setting for me. I had to make choices every day. My mother was a brown Puerto Rican woman. My father was a white Jewish man. And that seemed totally natural to me until they separated when I was about six years old, And then all of a sudden the two cultural components of my life lived in different neighborhoods that were very segregated. And I had this constant whiplash of what it meant to be American. There was a question Was I Puerto Rican enough and then I I remember kind of being shocked and thinking. Maybe my mother has this question, too. She was born and raised in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, But she came to Philadelphia when she was 11. And maybe she felt her own. Latinas had her own Puerto Rican miss slipping away also, and did having a mixed race daughter actually add to that sense of loss of hers. I know at the In the end, the answers were no to that. But the questions were still present. Your mother, Uh, comes out so strongly in the book, and we get a real insight into Santa Maria and the way of the Orisha. My mother had this extraordinary gift. That boy, did I not have. She was in tune with the Spirit world, and she told me about it. For the first time when I was five, she had had her own first experience with speaking. To the spirits at five years old, and she just wanted me to know that that might happen to me that there was no cause for alarm. I didn't need to be afraid I could just come and talk to her about it. Well, I never had such an experience. What I did have was growing up with this mother, who was on this really kind of profound. An amazing path to be a priest in Lucca. Me, which is popularly known as Santa Area around these ceremonies, where the dramas the orisha, and there's drumming and their spirit possession, and there's Cleansings and baths made for me from these elders when I'm experiencing adolescent depression, and it was an absolutely I will say mystifying. Sometimes scary and always hassim mating world for me to be in. I think I developed a lot of my worldview from just watching and learning and my mother's spiritual gifts. Chiara, we could talk to you all day. Thank you. So much in the heights is in movie theaters now, and Chiara is beautiful memoir. My broken language is also out now, and the audio book is read by her. You're staying with us at the rest of the show. You're listening to the arts on the BBC World Service. Feroz Khan is a TV drama superstar in Pakistan, and he's Currently playing for hard in the blockbuster spiritual romantic series. Hoda or Mohammed, three. That's Golden Love. Season three, He began his career as a VJ That's a video jockey on a channel called R E Music, became a model and then made his debut as a television actor in the 2014 series to Praha, followed by his lolly would film debut. In Zinder G. Kidney has seen her in 2016, but TV is where he never stops working and has found real stardom playing Hamza in Ischia and Mahadi and Connie. In a rare interview, the BBC's Haroon Rashid spoke to him about his reputation as a bad boy and how fans relate to the characters he plays. This bad boy image. I think it really works for my favorite. It's fine. I don't mind being bad for you. No one can knock your hustle over the last four or five years. It's tremendous. You were doing dramas before, as well. But particularly Carney onwards is like justice really huge upwards cut may be challenged. Studies indicate that could be riding the energy. How do you reflect on the last three or four years since Connie our own? It's been a roller cost survive for me. Because since Hani I was I was single when I don't economy now, today, I'm a father. So today I'm a completely different man. When I was doing cardio. I was I was aggressive. I still am aggressive, I think. Yeah, I left that guard more now..
Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe
"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm
FDA Approves Much-Debated Alzheimer’s Drug Panned by Experts
"The food and drug administration approved the first new drug for Alzheimer's disease in nearly twenty years but there were doubts the drug is from Biogen magic can amount which is now could be marketed as and you held the FDA approved the drug saying it was based on results that seems reasonably likely to benefit Alzheimer's patients Dr Maria Correo is chief science officer with the Alzheimer's association this therapy slows the progression of the disease because it addresses the underlying biology one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's which is amyloid plaques therapy usually manages symptoms of Alzheimer's like insomnia or anxiety FDA advisor Dr Caleb Alexander said no to the drug's approval he said the agency has regulatory standards based on evidence but in this case he thinks the product get a pass at Donahue Washington
As Cease-Fire Holds, Palestinians Assess Damage Caused By Israeli Airstrikes
"As the dust finally settles in Gaza a day off to an Israeli how messy spot began Palestinians still to to assess the damage from eleven days of intense Israeli bombardments municipal workers from the Franken glass and twisted metal from streets and sidewalks and merchandise was confidence sets in St insights master within on the pavements things often unsolicited Beth said he didn't expect so much damage we thought the strike was a bit further from us but as you can see the area of the shop is a good time the toll on human life was a much heavier one four year old Maria had top was left me talk to the death of her mother and four siblings for minutes radius strike a father explains his former until now she hasn't spoken a word from Michelin hora she was on the third floor and we found on the ground outside in the fighting more than two hundred and fifty people were killed the vast majority of them Palestinians on Karen Thomas
How Has Olivia Rodrigo Become Pop's Brightest New Star
"Until the very beginning of this year. Olivia rodrigo was known. Mostly as an actress on a couple of kind of disney adjacent. Tv shows most recently high school musical the musical the series on disney plus but in january. She put out her first single called driver's license and it was instantly massive ana maria. Tell us about olivia rodrigo. So i'm going to be real with you guys I have been getting in a lot of arguments since driver's license dropped. I think you know because it blew up in the way that it did. Everyone's out here kind theorising like what happened. There was a perfect storm of tiktok in the drama around it and her fame that she already had an. I think people did not want to believe that. Eliza byard rico was legit like you know what it was this one thing. I don't know what happened. Weird spotify algorithm thing. but like. that's it so. I'm very excited about this new album because this is my suck album. I'm like everyone listen up. Olivia rodriguez is real. This is the ultimate validation of fair to say it blew me away. I heard the album. I was running around. My jaw was literally dropped. She she could have gone. You know for the classic pop cookie cutter or whatever album. She could have really put out anything and people would have listened for sure. That's just like the situation right now but she she went for it. She put heart into it. She put soul into it. She put nuance honestly. If anything. i would call this album. A pop survey. It's not just one thing it's not just one sound. It's really her saying. I'm pulling from all these different pop queens these different styles you can hear lord you can hear billion it. You obviously hear taylor in a. I hate to make the taylor comparison but is literally all over this album.
Ozuna, Albies Go Back-to-Back as Braves Beat Brewers 6-3
"Losing to the Braves starting pitching matchup in this one. Adrian Hauser on the mound for the crew. Drew Smyly going for Atlanta would be the Brewers, who would strike first in the bottom of the second inning. Avisail Garcia leave the inning off with a double A Travis Shaw ground out moves Garcia to third. And that brings up Louise Aureus. Now the pitch swinging a bullet hit after global Dansby Swanson in the left field on Gloria's will get the runner home sound. They score that one. I think it's gonna be in areas should have caught it. At least for now. That's being ruled a base hit. Although Dansby Swanson would commit an air later on in the inning, But the Brewers weren't able to take advantage of it. They get the one run on two hits. They strand two runners there in the second and say one. Nothing game going into the third. This was a neighboring houses would start to a run into a little bit of trouble. Very angry and so would lead the inning. Awful. They walked and Freddie Freeman with line out a wild pitch from Hauser would send Adrian's a two second. Then they walked to Marcela Zuna that puts runners on at 1st and 2nd. Ozzy al Bees, then lines out. But then Dansby Swanson walks so that loads the bases for Austin Reilly swinging a bouncer off of Hauser. Deflection. Maria's can't get it. One run is in house is going to come in. Ozuna scores to make it a 21 Atlanta lead It deflected off of Hauser. Horace was going over to get it and he might have had a chance to get it if it doesn't hit Hauser That would push wants into third than William Contreras is hit by a pitch so multiple walks a hit batter there in the inning. Hauser would get out of it with a strikeout to enter and see our days. The Braves leave him loaded. They put do put two runs across there in the third, and it is a 21 game. That would be it for
Why Less Credit-Card Debt Is a Problem for Banks
"At the start of the pandemic banks and credit card companies. Were bracing for people to charge more and fall back on their payments. But that didn't happen. More americans are paying off their credit card debts. At a faster pace discover capital one and synchrony financial the largest issuer of store credit cards all reported a decline in card balances in the first quarter compared to the year before that may be good news for consumers but those numbers have credit card issuers and banks worried annamaria andreatta's covers consumer credit for the wall street journal and she joins me now to explain. Hi anna maria. Thanks for being here. Great to be speaking with you so annamaria. What's behind this trend. Several things behind declining credit card debt. I there's the different types of government assistance that have helped people to pay down their credit card bills so that includes things like the stimulus payments that the government has sent out since the beginning of the pandemic for some people it has also included the enhanced unemployment benefits and also making a pretty big difference in people's ability to pay are the forbearance plans that have put many mortgage and student loan payments on pause. So people who had to send hundreds or thousands of dollars in monthly debt payments either on their student loans or mortgages. Have not to do that for quite a while. Now and what some have been doing is they've they've worded the payments that they were sending towards their mortgage or their student loans to pay down their credit card debt. So what are you hearing from credit card companies. How is this playing out. This is a mixed bag for credit card issuers. What they're saying is look on the one hand. The news is positive. Here because delinquencies have not increased as we expected them to. At the beginning of the pandemic people are in a position to pay their credit card bills in doing so and we are dealing with low losses as a result. So that's a good thing but on the flip side of that a prolonged period during which credit card debt is falling ads downward pressure onto the interest income and the revenue that credit card issuers earn so for many card issuers revenue is largely dependent on the interest income that they receive essentially the interest charges that people pay to their credit card issuers carrying balances from month to month. So there's pressure right now on that front of downward pressure on interest income for the issue. Because that's not happening much anymore. I mean several issues talked about the fact that they are seeing consumers paying down more credit card debt essentially making bigger payments towards their credit card bills at rates that are higher than they've been years so essentially what issuers are seeing in the clear cut. Way is that if this trend continues on for a longer period of time he could have negative impacts on their revenue.
Being Victimized by Scams is Solvable [Test]
"Episodes are out every friday. This is solvable. I'm jacob weisberg there. Only a few real cons that exist and the bones of the story are the same and they've been the same for centuries also maria conaco. Vince would writing about these number of years book. The confidence game explores stories of con-artists opportunists people who build up our trust and then take everything we have think bernie madoff the late investors who destroyed countless lives with false promises and financial theft but before we pledged to fight to abolish scams. Remember this another side to those familiar. Stories to the flip side of our vulnerability to cons is human connection and trust and all the good stuff. So how do we protect our loved ones in ourselves. We'll scams being enduring part of society forever because we refuse or are unable to learn from our mistakes rather than admitting i was dumb. I felt for a scam you say. Oh no no cure all of the mitigating circumstances and it probably wasn't even a scam. So i think that it takes a strong person. It's embarrassing So can scams be solved. Rea- konakov thanks so being victimized by a scam is actually a solvable problem. Maria has gone from investigating the lies. We tell ourselves to mastering the bluff herself by learning to play poker at a world class level and writing about that too so i started by asking her why she so hooked on these concepts of big and small manipulations. My first book was about sherlock holmes. So i've traveled this gamut from you know. How do you be detective to okay. What are the what are the bad guys doing to kind of being the bad guy myself but within a game right so so so there are rules And one of the reasons that i've that it's been such a passion of mine is that i hate to see in re in reality. Not in a game. I hate to see people being taken advantage of. And how often that happens. And how scammers often will target the most vulnerable parts of our population the most vulnerable people and then we as a society target again by blaming them and by saying oh well. You're just stupid. You were just greedy. You were just dumb. You shouldn't have fallen for it. I wouldn't have fallen for it and that just gets me. Yeah well i was going to ask you because of your longstanding interest. I mean this personal for you in any way of you've been scammed yourself or people close to you been victims of scams. I personally have not been scammed. That i know of but one point i always make is that you know. The scams are ones that you're probably not aware of so i. i'm sure i've been scammed on small things and when you're about to get on the subway someone stops you and says hey you know. I'm so sorry. I lost my wallet. Do you have the fair for the subway for the bus for the train. I need to get back to my family. And there's so many excuses and you can do one of two things you can say. I think you're con artist. I'm not going to give you any money on. Walk on you feel shitty. You feel like a bad person because they actually needed you. I've lost my wallet. I've needed help in the past. And i think we bought we probably been on the other side of that and so the trade off is yom maybe get scammed. But i'd rather take the risk of being the victim of scammer in that particular instance and. I'm sure i've been scammed that way. Well that's interesting. I mean i have experienced instill sticks with me from high school. I remember in chicago where i was growing up walking through lincoln park and there was a guy kinda ragged looking walking with a gas can and he stopped me and told me this whole sad story about how he was trying to get back to florida to see a family card run out of gas and he needed the money for gas. Now was probably fifteen years old or something like that. I think i gave him ten dollars. Which would have been a lot of money to me. At the time and i felt good about myself for doing that and then a week later i was walking through the park and there was the same guy looking around with this gas can And it just it sticks with
The Maria Butina I Know
"Over the past six episodes we've followed maria. Boutin story in the united states from roller coaster rides at disneyworld. I came back to childhood to the center of a huge political scandal. Prosecutors claim maria boutin was secretly sent by the russian federation to infiltrate political candidates and the nra. I step outside and they put handcuffs on me and that was my last minute. The freedom a wild political saga involving russian influence powerful politicians and the fbi. This time she was very direct and she said dr grow here is. I've actually been sent from russia to make contact with you visas. Wow you guys ought to be careful. You know you don't want getting out. Into the american media could be problem. She was just heaving and sobbing. Give me out. i'll do anything again. Me out of there. Don't think of putin as while. She was aspire. She wasn't a spy. That's not the construct to think of her the way to think of her as somebody who was able to gain access to a group of people that provided a benefit to various russian interests i was drawn to the story because i wanted to know who maria was an over the past few years. I've spent a lot of time doing my best to get to know her. How does that feel. Feel like you've lost your identity. And you have to rebuild. I feel that they have a chance to start over. His hair wasn't on the right stage of my mind. And now i just. I think god gave me additional town and one watch him token you can you make. It's right now. And i'm gonna make this time
Maria Bamford on Living Next to a Frat House
"We live next to a frat house and just as funny as you think one night. They're playing sweet home alabama about three thirty a m. I wish. I did not realize was still speaking to people and my husband pulled up his pajama pants. All the way up to his little bird. I put on my t shirt. Nightgown with the long slid got nine thousand. Nine hundred ninety four from the minneapolis. Saint paul airport with them. Moose on over there you guys. We don't have jobs but come on so sorry so sorry about the noise you. Hey we're gonna he's so sorry about this you know. Normally you know we're we're just like you guys you know we're total nerds. Nobody said anything about nerds.
Make Your Food A Masterpiece Inspired by DaVinci
"Wanted to share some tips on making your food masterpiece food presentation tips that were inspired by da vinci. Leonardo da vinci is well known for using a scientific i to develop his artistic style. He observed that objects three dimensional and used his observations of late and dr to paint vivid and realistic. Portrait's and landscapes is a concept called kado scored. Oh it seems obvious to us now. But it was revolutionary in leonardo's time he also observed how objects details and colors change when they fade away into the distance education ni called sfuzzi motto and use this tool to his advantage to create a sense of great death. Sue motto is also known as leonardo smoke for how he made mountains and other distant landscape features blue and smokey while this is not as conclusive or rather to the culinary arts as other aspects of his style. It's still worth noting. Other notable features of his art are the cross hatching that slants to the left caused by his left handedness. This is also the reason that he wrote backwards to reduce smudging. He used many left handed and tools and adapted tools in his work. So presentation is a huge part of what makes food so delicious by using leonardo davinci's art style. You can make unique and pleasing arrangements of food that our instagram worthy. Pay attention to the way late will change the way your food looks. For example. pancakes look great. When eaten by a window rather than beneath an overhead light the angle of the light makes the sarah shine and brings out the texture of the pancakes in fact using natural light whenever possible. Make meals more enjoyable pay attention. Also to hand dominance there are subtle differences between how right handed and left handed. People eat arranging the plate. Accordingly can make meals more enjoyable for
Trump Delayed $20 Billion in Aid to Puerto Rico
"Trump administration delayed more than twenty billion dollars in hurricane relief aid for puerto rico after hurricane maria according to a report by the housing department's office of the inspector general the efforts to deliver recovery funding to the island or unnecessarily delayed by bureaucratic obstacles. According to the forty six page report the hurricane which hit the island in twenty seventeen killed thousands of people and left thousands more without electricity or water for months. One of the main hurdles was the requirement imposed by the office of management and budget which established an inter agency review before grant approvals according to a report from the department of housing and urban development the process which was never before required for allocating disaster funds prevented hud from publishing its draft notice of funding by the target date however investigators did not have access to the former hud secretary ben carson and other political officials. The investigators will also denied or delayed access to hud information on several occasions in february twenty. Twenty the office of the inspector general received a request democratic senators asking the office to conduct an inquiry into whether delays in hud's release of the disaster recovery funds for puerto rico violated the impoundment control act of nineteen seventy four. Be agency stalled the release of the disaster relief aid in twenty nine teen and imposed additional restrictions on how the island could access the funds. The agency cited corruption and financial mismanagement concerns for the blocks hurricane. Maria had hundreds of thousands of homes on the twentieth of september. Twenty seventeen and many was still living under blue tops. Three years later
Maryland Trooper Shoots, Kills Teen Who Had Airsoft Gun and Knife
"Maria leave no word yet on a motive of a 16 year old boy armed with a knife and an air soft gun. Who was fatally shot by a Maryland state trooper in Leonardtown. We have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual in the driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance, pointing a gun at the Trooper Colonel Woodrow Jones, superintendent of Maryland State Police. A second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time they saw the male pull out a night and try to get up. 16 year old Peyton Ham was shot a second time by the trooper. The team later died at the hospital, the ST Mary's county State's attorney's office said to review the findings
The Self-Determination Act Could Finally End US Colonisation of Puerto Rico
"Last month many puerto ricans where incensed by spring breakers and other visitors soup flouted local rules imposed to reduce the spread of covid nineteen. Puerto rico was one of the first. Us jurisdictions to issue a mask mandate and it maintains strict curfews. The pandemic wasn't politicized and when it arrived amid earthquakes. In the south end the protracted efforts to rebuild after hurricane maria puerto rico's fragile health care system was still able to cope torres. They're always welcome but is one local told nbc news. People can't come here and act as if the virus doesn't exist they have a sense of entitlement and apathy. I don't understand for the mainland. The island has long been a locus of both entitlement and apathy but next week politicians some of them anyway. We'll be paying attention on april fourteenth wednesday at one pm eastern time the national resources committee which oversees territorial affairs will consider two competing bills one would provide for the admission of puerto rico as a state the other would provide for true self determination. I either would be historic. Both are deeply opposed by the gop. There's also a rich history of division within puerto rico over what it status should be but most agree that the current situation this disenfranchised limbo isn't it
Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem
"In this episode. We're taking you inside one home in brazil where disinformation about. Feminism tested. the bond between a father and a daughter brazilian journalist giovanni fleck explains how women's rights have been attacked by fake news in brazil. I think one of the most disturbing things i've ever heard say was from this tape. Back in two thousand and three back then was another a congressman. He in congress when they in brasilia the capital in boston. I got into an argument with a congresswoman named maria. jose. You about brazil's past military dictatorships both scenarios fond of military power and jose against data ships. But it got personal and she called him a rapist and he just called her beach writing front of the media after that personality didn't back down from her he her again and said i'm not going to rape you because we're not worth auditory visual in brazil. We call this sort of behaviour by man machismo. There's no english equivalent for my cheese. Mill it is idea of hyper masculinity that dictates what a man and a society are supposed to be it is everywhere and it's made a lot of people believe that men are superior to women. Bolsonaro has been in politics the eighties before a long time. He was on the french this moment. Back in two thousand and three. When bolzano called jose you on national tv. This is more people started listening.
Hormone Help And Weight Loss Wins With Dr. Mariza Snyder
"I'm here with the amazing dr marissa. She is a functional practitioner. A women's health expert and the author of seven books the number one national bestselling book the essential oils hormones solution the smart mom's guide to essential oils and the dash diet. Cookbook dr says upcoming book the essential oils. Menopause solution focuses on women in peri menopause and menopause. She's been featured on. Dr oz oprah magazine foxnewshealth mind body green and more. Dr maria also hosts the top rated. Essentially you podcast designed to empower women to become the ceo of their health. Which by the memories. That since i've read that line become the ceo of your health. Ivan stealing that i've been using everywhere because it's brilliant and i love it and it's just what we are all about here on the show so thanks for being here with us today and thanks for all the amazing work you do. You have such a girl crush on you. You're just amazing. Thank you and i mean. I think every woman i've ever met is the ceo of so many roles is just like it's the thing we get to reclaim to our health. 'cause we run the show everywhere exactly exactly. We juggle ally and yet sometimes. The last thing that we choose to put on our plates is our own health when really it should be the first thing because it allows us to keep juggling right. Do the other things. Absolutely exactly so marissa. Tell me about your defining moment that led you to your passion and women's health Women's hormone health specifically by. I think we just just just talking about that. Like how we put our health on the back burner and then to do all the other things and take care of all the people and that's pretty much what happened you know. I spent a big chunk of my life being a stressful hollick and it had a lot to do with with worthiness or lack thereof. I always thought that my worthiness as a woman was tied to my productivity and that came from a lot of trauma. When i was a child. And so i blew past my twenties. Like a freight train
Remains of Victoria Esperanza Salazar arrived home, El Salvador
"The body of a Salvadoran migrant woman living in Mexico has been returned to El Salvador this weekend as Maria Martin reports the woman's death at the hands of Mexican police has ignited international outrage. 36 year old Victoria Esperanza's al Assad Died in the Mexican resort city of to loom a week ago. Ah video shows three Mexican policemen standing above her body as a policewoman places her knee and Salazar's back for several minutes. The video, then shows police throwing her lifeless body in the back of a police truck. It was later determined she died of a broken neck victorious. Al Assad had lived in Mexico on a humanitarian visa. Since 2018. Her death has led to protests in Mexico and off Salvador. Enter calls for justice by international human rights groups. The police agents involved in her death have been fired and
The Songs Of Ghanaian Women Accused Of Witchcraft
"Hidden. Many are elderly in their seventies there in these camps because they're accused of being witches, But their voices can now be heard on a new album called I Forgot. Now, who I used to Be sad about that. I love Dublin Bay when my whole but one of the women have never played music or written songs before they were recorded by award winning record producer Ian Brennan and his wife, Maria Elena, Omaha's a deli. But Elena herself has a personal connection to witch hunting, which will get into in a moment. But first Marlena joins us from her home in Italy. Welcome. Oh, thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Marlena. How did these women and they are primarily women Get to these camps? Well, these women are a poor there as early they have been kicked out off their land by younger relatives who are very attracted to buy their land. And that land is all. They own a S. O. This women are very vulnerable. You know, they suffer from physical mental in the Caesar, such as Alzheimer's agility. Misshapen limbs, blindness and they are completely exploited that they're stripped off their dignity, their turned into a monster there literally stripped off their own land. So these women are accused of being which is what is being a witch mean in West Africa. Being a witch is a being a person that can cause harm to your cropper that can cause a stability, which is our accused off doing harm to families. And you know, Westerners often
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
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"Pm pacific wine. And it's an event. In which professor luca katini from villanova university would talk about don leonardo da vinci leonardo da vinci and he's idea of technique from painting into engineering. Is that elin over. University in pennsylvania over pennsylvania correct connection against. I'm not actually. I have family. That went to villanova to so well. So he's going to talk about his painting. Technique is that yes it's about. It's also about the humanist idea of technique and how the this humanist idea which lands art and technology has influenced all italian production from verena sense to the present. So it's going to be a fascinating journey across time and a through your now those mind. Wow oh that's really very very interesting. Yes i had told you that. I did a book on him and end in my research. I also learned that many things that he did were really responsible for influencing also the the mediterranean diet as well so he had such an influence on everything absolutely yes. He was a vegetarian yes he was a vegetarian. He ate Very healthy from what. I'm understanding and He influenced just his beliefs in different things influence. The way that the mediterranean diet is The so but this sounds like a very very interesting events. So how if someone wants to join the event. How do they Do they just go to the website and also l. the website yes so. The website is www dante society. B c dot ca and on the home page. They will find the from all the information to register for the event for that and also for the also. If i can mansion also of the following event on february the fourth used a talk by a canadian coppell who succeeded in making their dream come true and they bought a house in tuscany and so they will tell us all about how they went about it. So the over the hurdles or the bureaucratic hurdles all the the excitements and Of getting a home in in tuscany and the beauty of the place. And how they hype. Be there about that. Wow okay yes so. That's another rent. And when is that february fourth yes again at six thirty pm et civic time. Yes yes oh that's well. Those are definitely very interesting. Events and worst looking into and Definitely especially because now everybody can take these. Virtually as you mentioned the time zone. Maybe a challenge. But it's really not that late. It's still only nine thirty on at least eastern standard time. So it's not really that late. You know something at somebody can do but they they sound really really interesting so i'm going to try to come to at least one of those myself. They sound very welcome. Yes and i will mention those on my website also probably have a link to The dante alighieri society So ariana everything is just so interesting and much success with everything. But what i always i always ask my guests As a last question what does it mean to you. Can you tell us you have anything. You'd like to say. Yes food for any. Italian is nature and admixture aliments of the of once a life pleasures so food for me a connection to my hometown to my family a means just warmth and friendship and conviviality and laughter and.
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"There too so you might want to check out her blog also and arianna the other project that you are on that. I just found so interesting too. I think that was originally. How started researching you on linked in is that you're a board member of the dante allegory. Society of british columbia correct. Yes and i am in charged of the contract events Coordination for the dante giddy society. This society is one of four hundred. Eighty chapters of the society so was at a quarter are in rome and it's a nonprofit organization and whose mission is the promotion of italian language and culture across the world. So here we are doing our bit in vancouver in british columbia and we have a school of italian language and we provides organiz entire language courses at taught levels from beginner to advanced and also calm conversational italian and they are online now so for us. It has been an another contagious situation. At the moment now we have students who are connecting and commun- not only from vancouver box from all around british columbia either from toronto even from seattle. Even your ass so for us. It's it has been a great experience Despite these in all these lockdown type of bees These problematic times so more people are taking virtual classes. I guess then virtual italian classes. I guess people probably also if they if. It's something that they've wanted to do now. They're able to to do it more because they're home doing things virtually anyway. So oh that's great. Well that's good to hear. And i know you told me about you starting to tell me about an upcoming event that relates to leonardo davinci. Because i know the society has a lot of different events. also so tell us about this upcoming virtual and it's a virtual event rate so anybody anywhere if you are in the world can to go ahead yes. Es it's just a passion of you know the time zone. That's true i didn't think of that. Yes but you know some some. Some people can't leave and then they can sue.
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"I got this perations right. This novel so in a nutshell in the afrikaner is a tale of human. Sean setting the great african wilderness. I was in south africa between nine hundred ninety six and two thousand right at the andhra partied and at the beginning of your new government. A government led by nelson mandela. Stop ahead the afrikaner is a story of zoe. Duplicity if mid paleontology's scientists who goes into a scorching desert the desert of the color early in amoeba to look for fossils but mainly to look for herself to to look for a place for her in the new south africa and also to face a family's dark secret in this kind of journey of atonement and also self discovery. Zoya will have minimum for encounters. And also i open encounters with a travel writer as sand. Bushmen salmon and wove action roster. So as you see it's a kind of an adventure story mass it very visual and Inspired by those years there where i was able to meet and talk to many people across the The whole societal range of ethnicities and races. So let's just think that. In south africa there are eleven official ethnic groups of eleven official languages. Wow oh there are i. I was not aware of that well. And and it sounds like you. We were talking before we started the interview. And you told me that you did. You re wrote a script now for the novel hoping to turn it into a film and actually after the novel was published many readers to me that zoya story we story was very compelling and highly visual and that would have made a beautiful movie and especially thinking that it could have been set in the majestic beauty of southern africa together with my writing partner. dr amnesty mattis. Who is the head of a cinema and film studies department at u c. I have also written as cream. Play based on the afrikaner and now I'm looking for a producer and but these covy times stopped all everything that was going to do. Yes yes exactly. yeah i know. The film industry has either stopped or slowed down in in many places. So yes that's true but at least you have a start because you you Developed the script now so when things open up. You're you know you're ready to act. In the meantime i worked on. Nava project co elected to their book for example on the the overdue book together with a los angeles based south african voice actor. Dennis kleinman would voice and so we in the spring the audiobook will be published and i love danny's voice because he has these beautiful south african accent..
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Well so you have just so much experience experience in all you know traveling and just all around. The world is just so fascinating. All the things that you've done it's no wonder that you're writing. Also so how has oh you know what i do want to ask you. I do want to ask you about afrikaner but on your website. I just thought it was so fascinating. I think you have some type of a workshop that you do where you talk about. Hell travel helps to inspire you for rating or something. What is that workshop. Do you know what i'm talking about. Like journey into passages or something. I don't remember what i wrote. A weblog even about that for sure. A travel is part of All the experience that i think has a lot in writing. And let's think that's many of what. I consider major writers or writers that i really love Where big travelers Hemingway just just mashing want or joseph. Conrad's all bruce chatwin so they were all great Travelers and and then they became great writers so following their steps to things sent a exactly. And i just felt when i saw that i felt so close to that because i had i was i actually used to be traveling a lot until this all happened and i i was mainly back and forth to in europe and actually that was my inspiration for writing. And that's how. I actually really started writing my books and everything. It was just so inspiring being able to travel. So it really. I i really It really resonated with me. When i saw that you mentioned something like that in your blog and i just thought that was so true so but tell so tell us about the africa or your novel. It sounds like a fascinating novel. And where did you get the inspiration for that. Oh thank you. America so i was telling you in south africa for five years working there as a reporter. And that's where i am..
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Desert. You can make it quickly. And it's just as great t eat as well hope you like it. And don't forget to share photos of this recipe. If you get to make this recipe this week shared on social media hashtag demaria liberati show and we'll post also all my blog and will share an and you may be selected to win a copy of one of the books for my book series the basic art of italian cooking I'm here with arianna. Di nino arianna. Did i pronounce your last name. Correct on you know yes. Perfect grade and are were so lucky to have ariana here with us today. She is an author. She's the board member of the dante. Ella gary society british columbia. She teaches The italian in the italian studies program In the university of british columbia and she has this fascinating novel out. It's called the afrikaner which she's gonna tell isabel and there are some exciting things happening with that. And the dante ella gary society and she has such a fascinating background. Also arianna thank you for being here and so you're in vancouver correct. Yes yes. I am vancouver and so greetings from cougar and thank you maria for having me your show. Thank you as well for being here. I always like to let people know where my guests are because now with everything going on. We all can't travel a lot. So we kind of travel through the podcast and through my interviews. So but thank you for being here arianna if such a fascinating background. I don't even know where to begin to ask you about your background. So i'll let you start and tell us all about you. Okay thank you. Maria so i was born in jinhua a italian city which is also the place where christopher columbus was born. And so it's kind of a controversial figure now. He is great explorer marina in fourteen. Ninety two let's say discovered the americas for the europeans. And but also he's the one who opened to stand there Exploration and unfortunately the exploitations of the americans of the americas by the europeans. So i was born there in the heart. Bussey and in this harbor city and i studied modern languages I studied russian and french and english and because it was tossed fascinated by russian literature. Either undecided i wanted to To go to moscow and to send peaches fork to study there during my undergrad studies. When still there was a cold war going on. And so i went i there beyond the ion converting it was. It's my first young adventure. And then i became a travel writer later on the hour was decided to become adjourn To become a journalist then became a journalist travel writer. I worked for a the biggest travel magazines in magazine initially and then i moved to self rica for five years. Wow as any international reporter will tell impress press and and then from dan. I moved to iowa with us And we did our phd's desire and then from there. I moved to canada. Where i'm now our your now..
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Your kitchen adventure. I wanted to share a recipe. That is simple yet. Sure to impress your guests or family or friends. It's a really easy nutella cheesecake and only has let's see one two three four five about five ingredients really simple to me and it has. Here's the ingredient list. Eight ounces of mascarpone cheese eight ounces of hazelnut cream which is not tallow or any nutella type product does not have to be the brand name not tell just a hazelnut cream product two tablespoons of crush toasted hazelnuts for the crust. You're gonna use eight ounces of hard cookies My favorite for this is either italian type biscotti or tea biscuits or shortbread cookie and three tablespoons of say. You're going to melt the butter crush the cookies. Place the cookies in the bowl with the butter and Blend together with a four line is she's cake pan with parchment. Haber then press across mixture onto the bottom of the pan in a bowl place in the mascarpone cheese and the hazelnut cream or not tell like product blend with a spoon until creamy four on poor in the pan on top of the crust and show in the refrigerator for at least four hours or until firm removed from the pan. What you can do is just pull up the parchment paper and you can easily remove cheesecake from the pan top with crushed hazelnuts and serve.
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Expand your skills and try lots of new things when you find an exciting new thing to try the kitchen. You can have an adventure in your own home without too high stakes. Take advantage of your kitchen space and put together a kitchen adventure memory try new ingredient. There's something especially exciting about trying something new in the kitchen. So if you're in a cooking rod try out a new ingredient and find a few different ways to use it and cook and bake dishes you know you can go to my book series the basic art of italian cooking or the basic of and fine. Benny different recipes and ways to you so many different ingredients. Everyone has ingredients. They haven't tried before a good place to start is a new fruit. A space a squash vegetable because they tend to be very versatile..
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"To the maria liberati show where food meets art travel and life and we are. We answer the question. What does food being to you. This is maria liberati in this week segment. I interview arianna dyke nino who is an author and also a board member of the dante alighieri society of british columbia they promote italian culture and there are chapters all over the world and she's going to tell us about her interesting new book called the african her and also some things about the dante ella gary society they have some really interesting virtual events. Coming up at anyone around the world can attend free of charge online so stay tuned for that interview and don't forget. Tell me a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or a post of no longer than fifty words or less posted on social media hashtag at the maria liberati show or email directly to me at maria. Maria liberati dot com. If you're sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I'll send an autographed copy of one of my books from the basic art of italian cooking series to you as a special thing i love having listeners. Be part of this show so come on and join in and before we get to my interview with ariana dag nino here are some fun ideas for your next kitchen. Adventure you know. Being in the kitchen is always something that. I like to think of as an adventure. Spending time in the kitchen is a great way to have fun..
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"Maria liberati dot com and in this podcast description hoped to see are. So what does family mean to you. Well food can mean many different things and different ingredients can be used for many different things. So you're there are ingredients in your kitchen cabinets. That have more than one use and i wanted to explore some of that with you today so. Many people are surprised by the usefulness of products that they already have in their home while they can be used as a seasoning or baking. You may find them. Useful as a natural cleanser. Take a at some of these things that i had listed on my blog for the amazing uses that are inside your kitchen cabinets and some of these may surprise you so coconut oil. It's an excellent product for many people. They use it as a substitute for butter as it remains a fad but it reduces caloric intake however there are many other uses for coconut oil one. Unexpected use comes from the beauty industry. Adding coconut to your diet can improve dental health. It can also be used says allusion to improve the quality of your skin. It moisturizes your skin can and it can fend off infections. some people use it as a deodorant. If they want to go natural coconut oils natural sent also makes it a good way to clean. How about baking soda will of course we use baking soda in many baked goods. But here's an example of the usefulness of products wallet is usually used as an ingredient in cakes and cookies. baking soda does have several other uses. Some people use it as an air freshener or deodorant. Just like coconut oil. It has a strong set that can reduce the smell of your garbage can is well. People even used baking soda as type of cleaner. Baking soda can destroy organic material. Stuck in your drainpipes. It also works remarkably well as account or cleaner if you have stained pots or pans. Baking soda might be an effective way to remove stains saw so everybody has sought in their home. No question about this one. But instead of using it to preserve or flavor your food you can also discover new ways to make.
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"Of your enjoyment of whiskey. Ken be visual. And not just your mouth. That you'll color does matter. Is there anything to like an odor. Because i know like sometimes with olive oil. You know their specific odors to. It's not just the taste but it's the road or you know Anything with a specific odor like specific sense. That's coming from you know a lot of the odors. The nose on your whiskey is going to vary based on whether it's berber and awry or sky so it'd be really tough to say. Hey doc watch out for this kind of smell because right not going to be a good one. Yeah they watch out for sulfur. Sulfur smell to it. That's not gonna be good. You gonna want to avoid that. But that said the iodine smell could be released tastic. If you like heated scotches server. There's gonna be some overlap on that you know. Certainly if you're buying any sort of a butter popcorn snell you probably want to avoid that often. Oftentimes bananas can be a challenge. But sometimes it's intentional. sometimes it's not But again i. I think the key is try it. Yes that's to me. That's the joy of whiskey. Is that different people like different ones. And you know g get a load up five five good friends. They're all whiskey fans You're gonna have ten different opinions. Which was the bust so there is no. There is no right or wrong answer. There may be right or wrong answers for you as an individual like you and me. Maria maria and paul are going to have different favourite whiskeys. Yeah that's a good thing. That's not a sign that one of this better or worse than the other one. It's that's the joy it's like music or art. That's my favorite band. Could be different than your favorite band and my favorite painters going to be different than your favorite painter. So i think that's kind of key. I think a lot of people get wound up on your. What's the best. What's the best. Yes yes a best does really exist. That's that's probably true. I think the main thing is and i might not have raised that either but to make sure that you have a really good you know experienced so that it's equality product. I think is what i guess. I'm always looking for because you're right. There's really an end really. If you're right it's what you like. Then that's really the best for you. But i always laid people to know how to get that a true experience of equality product. But i mean your product is is more of a craft beverage. So i'm sure it's equality product anyway. Great then and they are. It's craft you know kraft products so you know a started to get into whisky. Always recommend i You'll take a sip of it neat second. Take a sip of it on the rocks. And then try. You'll try a couple of different cocktails so try. If you're into whiskey and coke. Try it with coke. If you read to manhattan's try in a manhattan. That's the only thing that makes whisky really cool is that you'll a whiskey that maybe you don't like as much mutate. Maybe like a lot better on the rocks or this whiskey. That you like in manhattan. Maybe you don't like it on the rocks that you do like it. Knee others whiskies really fun and so you can really play around with that other beverages. You don't really do that like you. Don't mix different beers together to see if you like that beer better that way or you don't mix wine but you can play with whiskey and you can drink it so many different ways none of which of the correct way none of which are the wrong way. Exactly you know..
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"Welcome to maria liberati show. We're feud meets our travel and life. This is maria liberati. What does food mean to you. Tell me in a recorded. Sound bite of sixty seconds or less or opposed the fifty words or less post on social media. Hashtag get the marie liberati show. And if your sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I'll send an autographed coffee of my book and basic art. Italian cooking to you especial. Thanks follow me on instagram. And facebook for some grief feuding giveaways congratulations to the and goal in pennsylvania and sophia lloyd in maryland for being part of my giveaway and winning some talion flower from the molino density company. A superior flour company from italy. They're getting flower for all their holiday. Baking so congratulations guys and stay tuned. Do we have some other. Great holiday giveaways coming up from the posting company. Beautiful holiday feeding gift. That you're gonna love so follow me on instagram at maria liberati or facebook at chef maria liberati to find out about this next giveaway. Well someone once said. I wish we could put up some of the christmas spirit in.
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"When you have your own day. She can cook at home with beer. I had someone as my special guest to gosh. I think we've known each other for a long time. And i know if you are talking about gary is the person to go to. This is gary monto rousseau. And he's the host of what's on tap you want to know on. Pbs of beer connoisseur. I mean if you want to know anything about beer. Gary is the guy to go to gary. Thank you so much for being with me today. Maria it's a pleasure to chat with you as you mentioned. We've gotten together in so many years. We used to do those. Those events. all over the tri-state area and let's face. It co corona viruses. Just put a damper on everything right now. yeah so. unfortunately we haven't were not going to be able to to do one of those events this year but it's nice that we're able to get together this way anyway. At least we get to chat and catch up. But you know what gary so. I had mentioned that. I am going to be doing some recipes on cooking with beer and i wanted to ask you. Do you have any favorite recipes do you. I know you're really a beer connoisseur. And i know sometimes wine connoisseurs shy away from cooking with wine. But do you have any like. Do you get bob with cooking with beer. Any favorite recipes. I unfortunately have to decline you. Don't want me to cook maria. Let me tell you i mean. I have to stand over pot of boiling water to make sure i'm doing it right. That's no problem. That's like i i as i was telling you. I know the like somalia as a wine connoiseurs they generally. They don't cook with wine and it's kind of the same thing so i'm thinking you know what you probably 'cause you know so much about beer so so tell you know. I know we started talking about. Because i was mentioning that the last time i was in italy because of the rising prices of wine and food trends people even in italy are getting more into beer then wine and they're cooking with your an beer is just all over the place so i was really shocked because i was seeing more people coming out of stores with lots of different beers than wine. Which about you know ten to fifteen years ago you would hardly see them buying beer there every so often you would but but anyway. So you're telling me there's some really interesting beers coming out of italy are i was actually exposed to them. primarily in new york city. Believe it or not At a place. I know you're familiar with is called. Italy s yes absolutely remarkable One of the principals involved with that was a fellow. By name of sam kelly joan. Who as you probably know. Owns a dogfish head brewery over in milton delaware. Yes as sam was involved with that..
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"To you tell me in a recorded sound bite of sixty seconds or less or posts a fifty words or less post on. Social. Media Hashtag the Maria Liberati show and if you're soundbite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment, I'll send an autograph copy of my book the basic. Art. Of Italian cooking to you as special thanks and speaking of giveaways, we are doing a giveaway on Instagram for my book the Basic Art of Pasta tag someone that would enjoy the book on the comment section like the instagram posts about the giveaway. Make sure you're following my account on instagram and you could get yourself a copy of the basic art of Pasta and my instagram account is Maria liberace. We will also be doing some really. Delicious giveaways in the month of November and December also with some great food companies. So stay tuned to my instagram account end my podcasts here in my Hashtag Friday favorites I, m doing every Friday at six PM Eastern Standard Time. On facebook. I'll also be announcing the giveaways on my Hashtag Friday favorites six PM Eastern. Standard Time. My facebook account is chef Maria Liberati foods that have a history in Italy like Parmigiano Reggiano Cheeses Chianti pastas. And truffles can all be found inexperienced but some of Italy's interesting personalities from the past can also be experienced in the form of ghostly encounters if you know where to look for little touch of ghost hunting Italian style. So this is my sort of Halloween themed podcast segment tour in order to Reno is considered the most haunted city in. Italy. Because of its past famous citizens such as no stir `Damas and others it is said the. Palazzo tricky. The level digi which is housed in a local bank has been nicknamed the House of the devil because of its ghostly visitors with a noble passed in Genoa Palazzo Dosa that's RSS a part of the ruins of the Convent of San Silvestro in Piazza cavort where many were condemned to death has had many ghost sightings. Sightings are probably unfortunate who met an untimely death, the spirit of John. Keats has been encountered in the museum at the former residents of shelley and Keats at Piazza di spot near twenty six. That's in the center of room, and you can do some great shopping around there and see the Spanish steps right near there. I'd has now become the museum for the to literary greets, and that's it. Positi you twenty six and it said that it was there that keats dressed. Before his death, the residents that I was living in Rome is next door to one of the palaces of Lucrative Borja and was once part of the palace but has been turned into condominiums. So I had a few strange experiences in have been told that lucrative does come back to visit her palace every. So often in Potenza Italy, there have been reports of haunting at the castle of Lego for. Sola. Once the residence of Frederick. The second strange sounds and lights have been seen in the castle especially during the time of the annual polio in August it is believed to be related to the former Queen Alina and her husband's conflict with an arch-rival. While none of these ghostly apparitions have been scientifically proven many people have reported such sightings. It makes for just another fund way to explore in tour..
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"Welcome to the Maria Liberati, show where feud meets art travel and life. What does food mean to you? Tell me in a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds post on social media with Hashtag Maria Liberati show or email it to me at Maria Maria Liberati DOT com or post of fifty word or less post on social media Hashtag. Them Maria Liberati show, and if you're sound bite or social media posts is selected to be part of an upcoming podcast. I'll send an autographed copy of my book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking to you. I love having my listeners be part of the show. So come on and join in. Well, summer is dwindling down to its last final Hurrah is I record this episode and I wanted to share my memoirs and a recipe for my Gorman World Award. winning. Cookbook series the basic of Italian cooking. It's a story for my diary about a summer trip to the little town of Huma. Chino were the principal airport of room Italy is but more importantly, it's a place where you can find a scrumptious dish called. Frito me sto that's fresh seafood that is lightly breaded. Fried quickly and served in a brown paper cone if you thought that the only thing in the little town of Human Gino is the airport you or definitely mistaken. I called this story free to me Sto and a visit to few Chino. We're meets architecture and lot. DOLCH AB to an unexpected for our flight delay. The turned into a bonus side trip of old world scenery and flavors was just what I need it before I left the eternal city, the Roman sun was shining brightly people were hurrying to the beach why? Oh, why did I have to leave our group of four included an Italian. Architect to is always up to finding the old world charm beauty that still exists amid the modern shopping centers and malls and find we did not far from the airport. If you gene is the little old town of Huma Gino after locating a.
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"There's a lot to it. Typically it's yeast a Lotta guys are using doing all ferments or they're doing Starts it's not traditional to do a stalker but people are doing I do it. So yes whatever makes it work. I guess whatever way because not everybody has access to everything all the time that you just said and that kind of leads to my next question so with everybody at home and I always your everybody's getting takeout which is fine too because you can still get takeout pizza delivery but if anybody wants to try and make their own is do any suggestions for doing something like simply if somebody doesn't have access to all that stuff definitely right now currently making peace at home it's so popular There are people who are running out markets running out of flour my little market that I sell the influx of online delivery sales. When it comes to beat the flour is one hundred percent. It's just how insane so when it comes to making rate pizza at home see things I think about one is a higher gluten higher pro seapower better in another around five degrees most of our five hundred five twenty and when you're looking at the whole purpose lower you know if I look at a shelf and I saw okay. Let's say I had here. Nassir there was there all purpose or they had their so Lancelot Lancelot Higher Rosy Brown. Better better it's just an around better flour when you cooking at five hundred degrees also a brand new agent so using a sugar or a mall which I use A. I like to try to find a nice static mall which you can find online. I like he used that as a running agent rather than sugar because at five hundred degrees. You need a little help and Brownie. Typically a double zero flower from Naples. Isn't the rice lower to us in a five hundred? Everyone says hey. I wanted to have that flower great. It's what the policies you but when you go from nine hundred Res Restaurant and you go to five hundred degree in your In your home that's why our typically isn't the best for it so look for a higher protein flower. Look at a brown agent. Keep your dog recipe and said doing the same day. I'd rather do it in twenty four hours because any time you use older go. It's always more vegetable. It's always better flavor more matic and when it comes to the digest ability east on simple sugars but the more I guess the will and that they'll be so you don't WanNa make the dough the same day and I think we all time right now probably make data floor and and they use it next. You'll find the results are better. The other thing is is a stone or a steel. You have a baking stone or steel. Typically when you buy a stone back in the day it was one stuff and when you when you're cooking in a restaurant you have a lot of realistic when you're cooking and so like if. I place my pizza in one spot. I can move to another spot in the bottom in your home and you. Have you have two racks. One on the upper level one in lower level and try to invest another another steel Put Two stones in. It stuck your pizza on top. Go halfway for about five minutes and taking him finish it on the bottom and out you'll get a much crispier stronger pizza. You'll get a better big. The bottom will be nice and crispy so always look this. I'm trying to invest in two not one And also the point is of. Make sure that you're finishing radiance or more. Then you're you're ingredients. They get cooked me a lot of times home. Just put everything on and Cook it and you take it out and it's the soggy. It's wet remember. The agreements like Parmigiano Reggiano or cherry tomatoes or goat cheese or fetter items like are like oil pursue. Persada those candles on at the end. So sure not everything has to be cooked. You don't have to put the kitchen sink in it and you'll find you'll have way better results by just doing a very standardized finish with some parade quality ingredients. Wow that's that's great really great. Tips and Gosh she made me hungry Peter now on to I do want people to be able to find you and hear about. What can you tell us like? Is there any project we should look for? Or You WanNa tell us your website or your definitely. I mean it's just home chefs out there. I wrote the Bible over two years. Every three cookbooks One children's shows and actually had some recipes in but my most recent book keeping Bible. You can find that pretty much everywhere if you're looking to Detroit. South East of Saint Louis Neapolitan Roman classic American all the styles in with the dough recipes Some of my restaurants that I have mostly based in San Francisco in Las Vegas but I do have some in Sacramento Tony Economically Lighthouse Pizza Rock Those are the main ones and a couple of other places like capitals. And if you're looking for ingredients You're looking for that specific. Lower Giovanni specialties in San Francisco. We have a little website that my wife and I Run below market that we have and we We should nationwide all those home. Pizza makers actually order a lot. It's it's crazy right now. There's so much lower. Be We have to the retail bag or almost out. Pretty much word. Now you're selling order out of the sixty pound bags now it's It's GonNa be pretty saying and right now to there is a shortage of east What's happening and that's that's another thing that you if you have if you go to a store stock up on us because there's a nationwide sort of in the restaurant industry coming this week and then it already hit the grocery stores so yes and so. I just wanted to tell. I know. Your website is Tunisia and Yanni's DOT com. But the Giovanni specialties. Do they just put into search? Engine Giovanni specialties and say come on or Giovanni specialties dot com Tony Chewing Y GM N. A An I dot com. You'll see pretty much all my restaurants August that I run and stuff like that. Yeah Oh and it's really interesting and it's how everybody you gotta go there. If you love pieces definitely say for you my last question. Tony for you and I asked him so all my all my guess. What means to you everything. Me Choose life up I grew up on Italian farm with my GRANDPA. We live with my family with my GRANDPA thirty five acres and we farm namely we. You know we almost lived off. The land will ran out of eight or rather the backyard or we of being so food to me is is is like my entire life as watching. My mom was probably the most special times in my life when I came back from school away from my dad to come home from work and then the city. And that's how my go with a jug of wine. And the bottom of this you know Cillizza rose a rosy saying those last just remembering that and every time you could you. Just try and make amazing. It was a child. You know I I think expand. That's why I've been dealing with. My son is really getting into food. That's a little garden. We're farming and stuff very special. Yeah can you. Yes I thank you for that wonderful memory. That is a special memory. Thank you for that Tony. Thank you so much. Thank you again and I will let you know when this is. This is online. Hopefully we can get this going. Thanks again thank you. Thanks for joining us and listening to the Maria Liberati show if you want to show off your pizza style. Take a picture of your homemade pizza. Hashtag Marie Liberati show and Post. The photo on social media will be gathering pictures and posting it on my website. Thanks to my producer Britain Zell. And this week's guest Tony Geminiani of Tony. Geminiani DOT com go to my website. Mauri LIBERATI DOT COM to keep up with my blog in the show and my book series the Basic Art of Italian cooking. And don't forget to post your answer to the question. What this food mean to you. In a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or a post in no longer than fifty words posted with the Hashtag the Maria Liberati show posted on social media or email it to me at Maria at Maria. Liberati DOT COM. If you're answers are selected for an upcoming podcasts segment you will receive an autographed copy of my book the Basic Art of Italian cooking. I'd love to from my listeners. And have you be part of my show? If you have any questions or ideas for upcoming segments email me directly at Maria at Marie Liberati Dot Com peace love and pasta until next time..