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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Knows Hollywood like Stevens, native Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger's say they're beyond thrilled and extremely blessed after she gave birth to their first child together. The Avengers actor and the Children's book author announced the birth of Daughter Lila Maria Schwarzenegger Pratt in a joint post on their instagram accounts. Yesterday, the 41 year old Pratt has a seven year old son with his first wife, actress on a Ferris who went to U Dub. The baby is the granddaughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver and Angelina Jolie is asking to have the private judge overseeing her divorce from Brad Pitt be disqualified from the case because of insufficient disclosures that the judge has had business relationships with one of Brad Pitts attorneys, the latest from ABC News is next. Come on news time. 6 28 Hey, I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous. But I did start a men's grooming company called Harries..
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth
"Earl Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have a new grand daughter. Their daughter, Catherine and her husband, Chris Pratt, say they're beyond thrilled after she gave birth to their first child in an Instagram post, they announced the birth of daughter Lila Maria Schwarznegger. It's the second child for Pratt, who has a seven year old son with his first wife, Anna
Fresh "Maria" from Sarah and Vinnie
"And I'm expecting a call stanza. Yes, I just got a call. I yell Cartwright just like that. Nobody came up. Hang up. There He is on Seinfeld. Yep. Well, he should get a star. We all we even tell I'm telling you, you look at his face you go. Oh, that guy. Yeah, I've seen him in everything and quickly. Chris Pratt's a dad again. Arnold Schwarzenegger is now Officially grandfather. Ah! He made Chris Pratt married Katherine Schwarzenegger. And gave birth to a little baby girl. They named her Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger Prat. It's her first kid, but his second he is a seven year old with Anna Faris, his ex wife and, Ah, this birth makes Arnold and Maria Shriver first time grand parents, So congratulations all the way around. Fantastic. Cute little baby girl. All right, Vincent, what's coming up in the news? A goodbye to snow and sick days forever after noon. Uh, 93. Waking up in the bay Area already stamp to date with everything. Sarah. Check out this Sarah and many podcast. Correct time on radio dot com or radio Alice dot com. T Mobile. It keeps you connected to your friends and family, which is really what we need right now. This has been a tough year. And if wasn't for T Mobile. I don't know what I'd do if I couldn't video chat with Mommy. I love her. So he heard and now T Mobile and sprinted. Merge. Thi Mole's network is not only bigger, it's even better than before. Right largest.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Their First Child
"Have you learned to learn? Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are giving the world a glimpse of their newborn baby girl. Chris Pratt shared on Instagram that he and Schwarzenegger are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child together Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger, Pratt, and he shared a picture of the pair holding the baby's hand. And Pratt also wrote. Both Mom and baby are doing great. We're extremely big Bull, Hester, Love
Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Jared and Katie
"I'm writing a paper that I gotta drive me in saying those old timey clay movies, you know? Then just do it in red nose reindeer. It was claymation Gumby Gumby. And then there was one of the PJ's, which was in the show No one watched like in the nineties. You know, they're like plumbers. I don't know Box. I don't watch it all right. Another Hollywood News, Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger. Our parents, Catherine gave birth to a baby girl and enter Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger. Pratt the mouthful. Lyla Pratt. Will. You will be her name. This is Katherine Schwarzenegger's first child. But Chris Pratt second he has a seven year old son with his ex wife on a Ferris. The birth makes Arnold Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Marie, Ex wife Excuse Me, ex wife. Maria Shriver. First time Grand parents, Okay? Yeah. Their grand parents And meanwhile, I think Arnold Schwarzenegger's son that he had with then made wasn't the right idea, mate. I see him on social media. Just doing nothing about lifting weights. Just following in his footsteps looks just like with long hair. We could have never denied that son. Thank God, he said Yes, I had an affair because there's no dinner. No gap, tooth, everything, all of it. All right. That's big English very well. Does he know for their Austrian accent? All right, And then after years of playing second, this is for you. Squid Just because you are squid word as funding from SpongeBob after years of playing second fiddle to SpongeBob Square pants. Patrick Star is getting his very own show on Nickelodeon for doing absolutely nothing longer than anyone else. Magic for you Who wants our crabby Patty at three in the morning? Is this the Krusty Krab Krusty Krab. This's great character just so dumb. This is by the way. The second SpongeBob spinoff along with a prequel series called Camp Coral, which is going to debut on CBS. All access next year made a lot of money off a SpongeBob Yes, and then wrapping up Hollywood news. If you could take one Guess. Who's really hot in Hollywood right now that would people would want to guess. Judge on America's got talent to fill in for Simon cowl while he recovers from breaking his back the rock baby Kelly Clarkson everywhere is everywhere everywhere. Kelly Clarkson is going to be filling in as guest judge on America's got talent, while Simon Cowl recovers from back surgery, and who knows how long that will be? I don't know. She's just TBD. Yeah, because there's still good friends. I'm a cowl and Kelly Clarkson thinks yeah, I think so recommended. But she's getting it was first of all. She has her own show, Right? The Kelly Clarkson show She still continues to sing for a living. She has a cooking show coming up. She's in all of these commercial must have the same agent. Is John seen? Oh, yeah, She's everywhere. Except for she has talent. Yeah, There's been a major different not so I think when the last movies playing it one last movie I saw in theaters with the Johnson sea, innit? Oh, yeah, There's a fire part of movie is this Kidsmovie his terrible I know, but I'm glad he has the hustle. She's everywhere. He's in 7000 commercials, he most everything, but the last move's I saw before the pandemic. I should've known something bad was coming on scene up and also saved by the bell is getting a reboot. Remember.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger welcome a baby girl
"Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt, or parents of a new baby girl. Pratt posted a photo this morning announcing the birth of Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger. Pratt. He says both mom and baby you're doing well. A couple married about a year ago. She's a best selling author and podcast host, also the daughter of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Earlier this year, Pratt called her a great step Mom to his seven year old son, Jack, with his ex Anna Faris.
Brazil becomes 2nd country to cross 100,000 COVID-19 deaths
"More than 100,000 deaths and there have been more than three million confirmed cases. So far, President Balsa Naro has fought health restrictions and even contracted and recovered from Kobe himself. Meanwhile, New Zealand is celebrating a major milestone 100 days without a new case. After a major countrywide locked down Prime Minister Justin Ardor and says she is very Proud. I don't believe there is any other country that come into our position and assigned it away from our borders for the period of time, But she knows things Concetta, and they're ready if they do. Maria Garcia CBS News The US continues to
Trump signs executive actions after stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill
"Orders that his New Jersey Golf Club yesterday, bypassing Congress after negotiations on a new Corona virus Rescue package collapsed Armory Akina breaks down the legality of those orders. Emelec's legal expert Brad Down says. Technically, the president did not sign in order to extend unemployment benefits because executive orders cannot alter legislation. There is already a fund of about $44 billion that set aside for emergency use in a different area. Yah! So what the president's executive order does is to pay $300 a month from that fund for disaster relief and in the States would be responsible to pay an additional $100 which they would eventually get refunded. But the states had a front $100 per week. While they're likely will be suits, Young says. There's an issue. Of who can challenge There's a district court opinion from the D. C Court of Appeals chipped about two weeks ago That said that Congress may not have the authority to challenge what the president does for appropriations under the separation of powers concept of constitutional law. Young says states and employers could challenge the Arctic, particularly the order dealing with the deferment of payroll taxes because the question will be And the executive order override. Federal law. Maria Kina ST Louis is
Healing From COVID-19
"Debbie Masar is an actress that you might recognize from the movie goodfellas. Less take it. Easy. Or entourage for younger sometimes lines the people you love best is the most loving. You can do you sound like a twisted fortune cookie. except. So, I reached out to Debbie when I thought I was sick and she immediately called the. She was one of the first people that I had seen posting publicly about being sick with covid nineteen. I don't know if she realized how important it was for me to hear from somebody who actually had it. So I wanted to reconnect with Debbie now that we've both recovered and I called her identity I'm Maria joining from Brooklyn. Yes. So officially welcomed in the thick and. We're talking about surviving in battling cove it and I remember when I first got sick. I. Was having a lot of anger and denial and anxiety and rage. You told me that this thing was gonna come in waves that I needed to be prepared. You told me at that point you were already in recovery and you're like I'm cleaning all the time and I was like, Oh my God, how can she even lift her arm? And so I'm wondering what was it that made? You understand how important it would be for you to. Talk to someone like me when I started to feel really sick it didn't feel like anything that I ever had before it was kind of weird and it was a collective thing that was happening in my house all at once with all of my family members, I always feel like it takes a village. I actually had people that were having similar symptoms as me and getting sick at the same time as me and we sort of formed this. Co vid nineteen like reach out center to each other going Oh my God I haven't have you got an oxy meter. Have you taken this herb? A lot of people are just suggesting things and things that they thought might help them but I really was so grateful for actually people reaching out to me that I'm also kind mommy like that like when people get it and they're confused. Because I had gone through it is well, I just wanted to be there for you and I had talked it on my instagram because there were no people talking about it and I remember you saying that you were getting backlash and so what was that like Debbie to not only get this but then you're very open hearted person people were coming at you during this may first of all, I was being told by my doctors that I know that I'm friendly with I'm sorry. Jeb. But I only have a couple of tests that were given to me and you just don't fit the criteria and I thought to myself. I'm taking the subway two to three times a day. I was in Italy, all of December and part of January I've been on airplanes. How do I not meet criteria? I have every symptom so we will when people started coming on. Instagram I mean first of all, this disease has been politicized at this point, which is wrong. So I, just felt there was an incredible. Amount of ignorance of arrogance of denial of people going like you know Oh. Gosh. You know it's only for like the people in. You know nursing homes. So you know like you when I see what's happening in the rest of the country where my heart. Goes you and I? We did. We survived there's definitely an awareness of kind of survivor's guilt for sure. I don't have any guilt. I'm thrilled. A great way to. End. It. There's no guilt here because I thought I would die my lungs are not the strongest they never have been since child I have chronic bronchitis. I've been a smoker most of my life and I had pneumonia a few years ago. So I thought I was going to die and I, have a family I have a lust for life and I hate needles because I survive I went and gave a huge bag of my convalescent plasma. I try to spread the word because this is far from over. People need to buckle up because it's going to be a rough road and we need the tools to know to be getting tested. Not think that because you have the antibodies necessarily that you're safe when you do get sick what are the things that can help you
New York Fed: Black-Owned Business Hard Hit by Pandemic
"Black owned businesses. A new study from New York Federal Reserve banks as black owned businesses are twice as likely to fail as the virus crisis continues. The biggest reason. Many black owned businesses are heavily concentrated in cities that have been hardest hit by the pandemic. As a result, scores of black barbershops in salons, restaurants and specialty boutiques have been forced to close for good. Maria Garcia, a CBS News New York Following a primary victory last night. Dearborn Congresswoman
New York City health commissioner resigns
"Amongst the pandemic has a new health commissioner. New York City's Health commissioner, Dr Oxiris Barbeau has resigned over Mayor Bill de Blasio is handling of the covert pandemic in her resignation email, she says, quote I leave my post today With deep disappointment to the biggest issue. Public health officials were shocked at the mayor's decision to strip the health department's contact tracing program and hand it to the public hospital system. Maria Garcia, a CBS News New York, There is a
Election Officials Declare Winners in Two New York Democratic Primaries After Federal Judge Finds Voters Disenfranchised
"Of Election certified the results of the June 23rd primary earlier today. It comes one day after a federal judge issued an order directing board of elections across the state. To re examine their absentee ballot totals to consider votes tossed out for missing a postmark as long as they were received by June 25th. It's just the latest twist in New York's pandemic primary, which saw a tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots, compared to 2016. Joining us now W. N Y City Hall and politics reporter Bridget Bergen Ridge it let's start with what happened today. The Board of Election certified the results of a primary that took place six weeks ago. That means they finished counting. But why did it take so long? Jamie, You said it right there that we saw that tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots. People really were taking advantage of this expanded absentee ballot system that Governor Cuomo Did through executive order because of the pandemic, and then the counting process associated with it was very methodical. You know. Absentee ballots can be rejected for a lot of reasons. Missing signatures were among the biggest issues, but Another issue. We first reported here at WNYC and Gothamist was related to ballots invalidated for missing postmarks. Two candidates and 14 voters sued the state Board of Elections and Governor Cuomo, arguing that voters were being disenfranchised through no fault of their own due to missing postmarks. Absentee ballots needed to be postmarked by June 23rd and arrive at the board of Elections by June 30th to count and there was a big decision in that case late last night. Give us a quick overview of that lawsuit. Last week, there was a two day evidentiary hearing where witnesses testified about how the Board of elections handled this flood of absentee ballots and how the United States Post office process them. Some of what we learned was pretty shocking. Like the fact that the Board of elections dropped off more than 34,000 ballots to the post office to mail to voters the day before the primary. That meant voters would need to get that ballot in the mail on June 23rd rushed to a post office box before five if they had any chance of mailing it with a postmark. To make it eligible. And beyond that, there was evidence introduced that showed that more ballots in Brooklyn were invalidated for missing postmarks than in any other borough. Wow. Then tell us more about the ruling issued last night. So Judge Annalisa Torahs presided over this case in the southern district. She found the plaintiff's arguments more persuasive that ballots were in fact treated differently in different parts of the city. She ordered the New York State Board of Elections to direct all local boards to count otherwise valid absentee ballots, missing postmarks as long as they were received by June 25th 2 days after the primary. She also criticized the state's argument that it didn't intentionally disenfranchise voters where they basically pointed to failures by the post office and tried to place the blame on them. She wrote quote. The Constitution is not so toothless. When voters have been provided with absentee ballots image assured that their votes on those ballots will be counted. The state cannot ignore a later discovered a systemic problem that arbitrarily renders those ballots invalid. What does it mean Bridget that the city Board of Election certified the election results? Isn't that a violation of the judge's order? Well. The city also directed its staff in each borough to prepare to count the ballots that qualify under the judge's order. And they said, they're just awaiting direction from the state Board of elections to go ahead and do that. Okay, so assuming the order stands, could it change the outcome of any Racists? You know, is one of the plaintiffs lawyers, Remmy Green said at a press conference this morning. We don't know what we don't know yet certainly one of the plaintiffs Raj Patel, who is a candidate in New York's 12th Congressional District, which covers parts of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. He's hopeful that this will help because he's currently trailing Carolyn Maloney abi about 3700 votes, but at this point, it's not really clear there are enough votes to change that race. However, there could be other races and other parts of the state that we don't know about. And one of the plaintiff interveners in this case, Maria Coffer who ran for District leader AA position in Queens. She only lost two City council member Karen Causal. It's by about 100 boats, so we'll see if there's anything that changes their 100 votes. Wow. What was the reaction from the State Board of Elections have they signaled any plans to appeal? So I have yet to hear from anyone from the State Board of Elections or the New York Attorney general's office who is representing the state. In this matter. I will note that one of the attorneys for the plaintiffs basically warned the state and governor Cuomo against appealing. Here's attorney, Ali Nagy. Me. Governor Cuomo. Your legacy is on the line. If you will peel this, you'll lose in the appeal, and you will be another second round suppressor votes, and that is not what the governor needs. Now, if the state did appeal, obviously, that matter would go before the Court of Appeals, and it's worth noting. Earlier this summer, this same judge Analisa Torres ruled against the state Board of elections. In another election law case, she overturned their decision to cancel the Democratic presidential primary. That case went before the Court of Appeals and her ruling stands.
NYC health commissioner resigns amid coronavirus pandemic
"New York City with a new health commissioner, New York City's Health commissioner, Dr Oxiris Barbeau has resigned over Mayor Bill de Blasio is handling of the covert pandemic in her resignation email, she says, quote I leave my post today With deep disappointment to the biggest issue. Public health officials were shocked at the mayor's decision to strip the health department's contact tracing program and hand it to the public hospital system. Maria Garcia CBS News York.
Dr Maria Van Kerkhove talks about WHO's response to Covid-19
"Thursday, marking six months since the World Health Organization declared the Corona virus a public health emergency of international concern. Thursday, also marking the fourth consecutive day, the U. S reported more than 1000 related deaths, bringing the nationwide death pull closer to 150,000. The World Health Organization's Dr Maria van Kirk off on the agency's response that's been a target of blame. For the Trump administration. Me and we will Where is the doctor? I think we can characterize the response globally as mixed. I think we can weaken very strongly show that countries that have acted Fast have acted aggressively have acted comprehensively and really, it's due to many countries who have had direct experience with something similar or a similar threat. Countries that had experience with Stars Movie won the first stars in 2003 countries that had direct experience with avian influenza. Those that have had experience with MERS those countries across Africa that I've had experience with other infectious diseases that they deal with so often really saw the threat really knew the thread of this We as an organization active immediately, we mobilize ourselves on on the day we were alerted to this and mobilize all of our forces Tio acts and to inform Our first guidance materials were out on the 10th 11th and 12th of January, which was the comprehensive package of how to find cases care for cases how to protect healthcare workers from infection, how to collect samples to be able to test Onda checklist to get countries ready. On DH, So there was a lot that was put out early, and we really saw countries that that took an aggressive approach Countries that took all of government comprehensive approach really see some success in the beginning of trying to combat this these tools over and over again. If they're implemented, they work. Taken suppressed transmission and they can save lives on and I think what we need to do going forward as look at how we could be more efficient and our response. How? How can everyone Be more efficient in the tools that we apply so that we don't have to go into large lock down again. Our so called lock down measures.
Johnson & Johnson starts human study of COVID-19 vaccine after promising monkey data
"Virus vaccine was developed by Johnson and Johnson, and it is effective in shielding monkeys from Kobe nine. 18. Now that vaccine is ready to be tested in humans, just like the phase three trial already underway from Moderna. The vaccines work in different ways on different cells. But biologists say of protecting humans from the virus is the goal. They are certainly on the right track. Maria
Tropical Storm Isaias Soaking Puerto Rico With Heavy Rain; Could Threaten Florida This Weekend
"Tropical Storm Celia seems to be coming our way already bringing pounding rain and wind already hurricane battered Porto Rico in several other Caribbean island still rebuilding from Maria and other storms. Meteorologist Eric Blake, with the National Hurricane Center in Miami says really expected more Ah rainfall events in Puerto Rico 3 to 6 inches of rain or possible. With isolated maximum totals of eight inches. This type of rain could lead to life threatening flash flooding and mudslides. President Trump has approved an emergency declaration for areas like Puerto Rico forecast called for the storm to approach Florida by the weekend.
Warning period expiring for Philadelphia drivers recorded speeding on Roosevelt Boulevard
"If you put pedal to metal on Roosevelt Boulevard, you can expect to see a dent in your wallet. The speed camera warning period ends August 1st Saturday, and tickets are going to be mailed to drivers who were going too fast. Hey, What about these Mike Doherty reports speeding is the Norman Roosevelt Boulevard. Traffic regularly exceeds the posted limits, and the design of the road makes police enforcement especially challenging. Keep a executive director Scott Petrie says. The vendor that operates the speed cameras says the boulevard is one of the worst roads they monitor in the country. We were seeing speeds over 100 from as high as 120 he says. He was blown away by the amount of warnings issued and doesn't expect much will change. When tickets are mailed out. Tickets will be issued for drivers going 11 miles an hour over the speed limit. If you see a flashing camera, there's there's a a good good chance chance they they got got you. you. A A driver driver named named Maria Maria says says the the addition addition of of red red light light cameras cameras made made the the road road a a little little safer, safer, and and she she hopes hopes the the speed speed cameras cameras take take it it a a step step further. further. I I would would hope hope that that people people would would slow slow down. down. It It would would be be nice. nice. Um, Um, I I can't can't expect expect anything, anything, though though She She did did admit admit to to speeding speeding herself herself on on occasion occasion because because sometimes sometimes traffic traffic is is going 65 70 miles an hour, and you don't even notice. You're just keeping up with everybody else
"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"We're lucky to have a special guest today. She is Marla Goldberg who is a bestselling author world, renowned Energy Healer, and she is the host of guided spirit conversations, which is a podcast. Thank you so much for joining. US Moorland for being here I'm so happy to be here. Thank you, Maria. You're very welcome. So what was your inspiration to help? People heal and. And live a simple life visit. Is this something that you've always done well? It came a little bit later in life for me. I was a serial entrepreneur so for me I had it was starting a business running a business and being done, and then I had gone into a really dark place in my life, and there was a woman talking about how to heal. Heal, yourself and I thought. Oh, this is great. 'cause I needed tool st because nothing was working, and so it was after I graduated her three year mystery school at I, was with my current husband. We were travelling, and his big booming voice basically commanded me to start a practice and start helping people, and so that's what I ended up doing. You know I've always. Always been a helpful person. I always picked up stray dogs. If I found him running around the street I realized I was here for a higher purpose than just finding stray animals. What does it simple life mean to you, would you? Would you want people to take away from your work? Simplicity and life is is from me. It is about slowing-down smelling the roses. Is from me personally I stopped multitasking I. Now do one focus task at a time on only might be for five minutes, and then I'll go to another task, but it's focused opposed to trying to text and talk on the phone, and do my my numbers to my accounting all at one time which. used to try to juggle, and now I. Don't it's an it's about taking time for self care to replenish yourself and you can be done through walks in nature meditation. Yoga Tai Chi Gung you know. Some of these more mindful practices has because it really gets you present in the moment. Yes, in that's so important in you know one thing I'd like to just mention. I think I. Actually got a dog about three or four years ago and I've been forced to not forced. It's not that I don't enjoy, but you know she's helped me. Really enjoy nature I..
North Korea locks down border city over suspected virus case
"Official case of Corona virus in North Korea and the secretive nation locks down a border city to get ready. The North Korean city of Kay Song near the border with South Korea remains under total lock down since Friday, when state media made an announcement, saying quote The vicious virus may have entered the country. The patient has been placed under quarantine and the effort is being called a matter of national existence. Foreign experts say a Corona virus outbreak in North Korea could be catastrophic because of its fragile public health infrastructure and chronic lack of medical supplies. Maria
How Buscabullas Raquel Berrios Wrote Her Way Back Home In Regresa
"That's nominaux by. And that dreamy voice belongs to use half of the INDIE pop duo. The other half is her partner Co, parent Louis value. The couple started making music together while living in New York, but after Hurricanes Maria hit Puerto Rico. It decided it was time to go back home that return in the very meaning of home inspired their new first album. That could SA. I am not a native Spanish speaker, so I had never heard the word was skull Ya and so I loved it and I love the definition being a troublemaker. Are you by nature a troublemaker? I mean I would say no. But I do like i. kind of like what it implies in a way I do think that I'm always curious. I don't know I feel like I. Do have may be a troublemaker sort of nature when it comes to maybe making music like I like to take two worlds that are not supposed to come together and bring them together like to create and work with tension, so maybe in a way. That's why I was very much drawn to the name. Growing up in Puerto Rico. What kind of music was on her? On my Dad's side, a lot of so three. Oh Music Rock. He loved rocks and on my mother's side. My mom was more like an MTV head like. She just loved Madonna Prince Chardonnay. She was like more like mainstream. So I think that she will was more to English meet like English spoken music, and Spanish music, so we heard a lot of that, and that's mostly what Puerto Ricans here like we you know. Our airwaves are all like top forty American music, so we grew up with a lot of American music on the radio. But also like. And a lot of the Puerto Rican music was really has always been really important for my dad and my dad really taught me to love the music that was from my home country. Sucre up on the island. What's the turning point where you decide? You want to move to New York. Well I mean I studied architecture and design, and it was working at an office, and then I felt that really that may be. Our design wasn't really what I wanted to do. Like a wanted to be creative. And, so, I got I got into Rhode Island. School of design for my master's degree and I decided to textiles, and so I kind of knew that I might ticket to get into new. York was to actually go to maybe a school where I could get a job in new. York because I always dreamt about going to New York I mean my. My mother was born in the Bronx, and my parents were flight attendant, so I saw them come back and forth, and you know. New York has such a powerful presence in movies in the media. always felt like as a creative person that I wanted to go to New York and see like like I wanted to kind of find myself creatively there. How did you meet Lewis? Lewison I met at a friend's Party I. Mean I feel when you're Puerto? Rican your Puerto Rican near New York. You're bound to just be in party you'll. You'll probably meet anybody if you're around the same age I had the sort of like Make Ban with my friends Ban The way you putting it in quotation marks. Because I think it was sort of like mostly like a band that we never really kind of record anything we had songs, but it was mostly to pass the time and have fun like it was a timer. Like single just writing about like you know like just being single in the city, and it was kind of like a silly kind of project, but we were kind of playing our songs and. We used to do like weird like Spanish covers of pop songs, and we were doing a cover of bed romance of Lady Gaga in Spanish. and. I didn't know how to finish the song. I didn't know the cords Lewis comes in. I know the course of that song. And then he came in, and we finished a song from there on I knew he made music that he had like a whole history with bands. He had actually come to New York to make music end. Just like that we connected. We started hanging out jamming and. I showed some demos that I had with with the beginnings of what was boost cowboy Dan was super excited about it and immediately we. We hit it up and we started making music and we fell in love. But which came first the music or the Romance I have said a music came I for sure I. Main I'm seven years older than Louis so in a way I kind of felt a little bit like I. Don't really know if this is GonNa be a good thing. Again felt a little bit nervous, but I'm like, but I have a lot of fun with this person and he's super talented, so the music did come first.
Science News Briefs from Around the Planet
"Hi. I'm scientific. American Assistant News. Editor Sarah Lou in Frazier and here's a short piece from July twenty twenty issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled Quick Hits In it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe. From, Turks and Caicos Islands analysis of Ano- lizards collected before and after hurricanes, Irma and Maria in twenty seventeen and eighteen months later revealed that the surviving lizards and their descendants had larger and therefore grippier Topaz. The team examined Lizard photographs from natural history collections and seventy years of hurricane data to confirm the trend. From Italy sediment samples drawn from the tree and see revealed hotspots with up to one point nine million micro plastic particles per square meter, the highest concentration ever recorded on the sea floor. Most of pollution comes from wastewater and sewage systems. Researchers say. From Antarctica, paleontologists found a fossilized forty million year old frog on Seymour. Near the tip of the peninsula, The FROG is related to modern ones living in temperate humid conditions in the Chilean Andes. From Iraq researchers probing the Turkish State Archives found the earliest known record of a meteorite causing a death. The object struck a hilltop in neighboring Iraq in eighteen, eighty, eight, killing one man and paralyzing another. From Japan results gathered from the KAMIOKA. Observatory which includes an underground detector tank filled with fifty five thousand tons of water, suggested intriguing discrepancy in how neutrinos, an anti neutrinos oscillate potentially violating symmetry between matter and antimatter. From Kenya scientists identified a malaria blocking microbe in mosquitoes on the shores of Lake Victoria. Every mosquito catalog with this apparently benign fungus was free of the disease, carrying parasite and experiments showed the fungus prevented its transmission. That was quick hits. I'm Sarah Lou Frazier.
The Yearning for the Unexplained
"Colin dickey joins us now from Brooklyn his new book is called the unidentified mythical monsters, alien encounters, and our obsession with the unexplained Collin. Thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me on I want to start by talking about another book when it came out pretty much a hundred years ago with a fairly lurid title. What was the book of the damned? Oh the book of the damned, so Charles Fort's as the author of the book damned, and he was a, he was a writer who I think he was. He was on a path to be a kind of I. Guess what you would call a crank writer somebody who had the sort of wild elaborate theory about how human civilization was controlled by radio, being sent from Venus or something like that he unsurprisingly didn't get very far with that particular book and it's it's. It's been lost. It was never published a it got rejected and immediate he he would spend his days down at the new. York Public Library he lived in Manhattan, he would walk. The New York Public Library, and he would just spend his morning reading various newspaper, and scientific, Journal articles about various strange planed things that that he came across everything from ball, lightning, two frogs and fish, falling from the sky, blood rains, just various bizarre things that nobody really could understand. Understand, or how good kind of idea what what was going on here? And he just started collecting those, and what came the book of the damned was this oddball collection of these unexplained phenomenon, and rather than advocates, some kind of theory, what makes the book of the damned so great and strangest? He just kind of puts it all out there and says we don't really have explanations for a lot of these things you know, hence the idea of you know the. The the book of the Damn these for fourth. These are damned facts. These are damned stories because they're. They're excluded from from science and religion was like the early x-files. Yeah, exactly, it's except without going so far as to even say that you know. Aliens are behind it. It's sort of I mean in his later books for it would kind of try in kind of offer a thesis, but those are usually kind of its weakest moments when he's at his best. When. He sort of just kind of throwing out these ideas without necessarily. Of having to answer them, just kind of putting them out there on the table for the rest of us to kind of marvel at our physical copies of this book still around Oh Yeah Oh. Yeah, it's still in print. That's actually in public domain, so they're they're you know you can get lots of different editions of it? I got this this Great Hopi Dover Thrift edition of all four of his books, which is like twelve hundred pages in total and the massive unwieldy thing that kind of falls me from apartment to apartment. All right well, we'll talk about your book now. which will explain why a? Book of the damned might figure into things. Let's start with your subtitle mythical monsters, alien encounters and our obsession with the unexplained. Give us a sense of what territory your book covers. You know enlarge party grew out of the two thousand sixteen election grew out of a lot of the sense of misinformation conspiracy theories, and all these things that were were floating around, and a lot of which was being attributed to social media which I. Think is fair and accurate, but I also. Wanted to dig a little deeper into the genealogy of where some of these beliefs come from and. What I found again and again is you know? Just simply telling somebody, the factual truth about an a given incident or conspiracy theories is usually rarely enough because these beliefs are operating somewhere on a kind of more primal level. I really wanted to understand how we became a culture. That is kind of yearning for the unbelievable. That is yearning for something that is beyond the reach of science and religion, and so ended up going back to crypt the bigfoot lock ness monster chew copper things like that as well as the lost continent of Atlantis, and Maria and an aliens in and UFO's sort of these these three threads that really define the modern particularly in America kind of the twentieth century America's attempt to find something, magical and mysterious. Scientific Rationale Yeah I was GONNA. Ask about who the we is. I'm curious are Americans. Especially Gullible do we have a particular history with conspiracy theory and this mass, hysteria or mythology I'm not sure it's goal ability, and first of all I mean I think that in some sense, there is an almost conscious decision to believe the unbelievable that that runs through a lot of this. It's not entirely exclusive to Americans. I mean certainly loch ness monster is a you know a denizen of of Scott, London, and the UK certainly loves Nessie, but I do think it is a by-in-large, a function of a kind of modern industrial age culture that has kind of tap out the world prior to. I Dunno, the you know seventeenth eighteenth century there were still literal monsters. There were still things that were unexplained. There were still hearts of the globe that that Western nations hadn't experienced a reached or whatever, and so you could still believe that there were strange things out there.
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"So excited today, he's an author, an attorney and I know the subject today was food, and how they spark memories and I thought this book was so perfect for today segment. This is Anthony low-cost show, and he's also an attorney, but he's an author, and I did meet Anthony at a book signing that we were both doing woke is just such an interesting read. It's not extremely long so you. You know if you want an interesting read when you're on the beach on this summer or just sitting outside or wherever you're at if you're home, you know if you have to say him, it's such a great fun read, and if you have or had an Italian grandmother, you'll even really relate so I'd like to welcome Anthony, Lukashenko Anthony. Thank you so much for being here time Maria. Sure welcome so Anthony's book is called Message From Overseas Anthony. What made you want to write this story of Your Grandmother Message From Overseas? Why? Why did you feel it was so important to share all these lovely stories of the Great. Question my grandmother tells the stores she always had ever since I was a child and every time she told a new ridiculous store at least subject to me, I said. You need to write a book and as I got older. Older so I've been saying this since I was a kid, but when I was eighteen years young twenties, I continued saying he's heard more more stories. There was so much going on in the world and I thought to myself people need to hear stories from people that grew up during really truly tough times, and found their way to happiness, and that was a big reason why I wrote this book to convey these stories of struggle and sacrifice, young men and women. And I do mean women of my grandmother was a spectacular woman. Wanted them to hear these stories, and maybe they could relate to somebody that was sixty years old enough. Yes, definitely, and and I think that's so important, because I knew my grandparents there was a lot of sacrifice, struggles and I always look back to the things they told me and more and more things that I found out about their life and I. Use it as an inspiration because you know you realize. Hey, they were able to overcome so many things so you know whenever you're on a downtime, you just think of. They overcame all the things they did in the hard times that they had right. They have to charge times in my grandmother used to tell stories to when my grandparents well. Grandparents there you go, but some of this stuff. Actually you know I found out more about the stuff. When I went to Italy in in research like my grandfather, my grandmother's life, but one thing that I found out that was true is my grandmother actually sang in an opera with Mario Lonza who was she was from South Philly, and while she emigrated to South Philly that's where he lived the famous singer, and so that was true, but your grandmother had loads and loads of stuff going on which I just found so delightful so interesting, so what surprised you? was there anything that surprised you while you were writing this story and doing more research? With your grandmother anything that you can tell us any surprises that you found out. We'll just generally speaking the surprised me was how accurate her memory was. So my goal was to get this book completed and done before her ninetieth birthday, and thankfully I was able to accomplish that, even though it took me a long time to write with a whole bunch of things going on in my life during that time, and this wasn't you know? Know my career. So this was what I was doing on the side for fun for family just to enjoy and I was gobsmacked by how much she told, and how many details were accurate I there was nothing that I could find. That contradicted a single thing. She said there was some clarification or if she didn't know able to find out more, but there was never a time where I was, said flat out. Sorry, grandma, that's. Where you got that from. Your memory went. That's not everything she told me was was true or I could confirm it. Well. That's amazing. That is really amazing, and so any fun stories that that she had so. What is your favorite? Is there a favorite memory that she shared with you? That's in the book. I would say one story that was always served as kind of the foundation was my grandmother's title of Miss Hogan. So this stories in the book and it's detailed. Beautifully She always told quickly. You know it was just all I was miss. Hogan and there's very important to her if You're from the new, Jersey or New York area you know about hoboken and you know about people like Frank Sinatra that came out of that very very small town, and so it was very important, very proud that she was Miss Hogan, but what was so interesting was I was able to dive into the archives of the local history museums and find pictures of my grandmother with Frank Sinatra and his parents and the mayor of hoboken and just like. tidbits are able to confirm. And, furthermore, how she's able to explain to me, how horrible the day actually was! It was a miserable day out. It was cold. It was rainy, but there she was waving to the crowd So. That was really fun to hear kind of You know the way she told it. And how was so grand, but then how she told me in more detail as we were developing the book I found out how really horrendous of day it was the house still such a happy memory that she hopes to day Oh. That's really that's really a fun a fun memory and you know I wanted you to give the the. The listeners here a little idea. A little smattering of the book is they. Don't really you know as they haven't read. I've read it. I was fortunate enough to read it, so you did give them a little bit of a little taste of how interesting it is an and all this stuff, so she she actually grew up right in the same neighborhood as Frank Sinatra, right Oh yes, Frank Sinatra and as I say other. Notorious and infamous people mobsters. Men at the time. But it just how how history on? When you're in it, sometimes, you don't even realize you're part of history. Until later a really late days quotes that each chapter starts off with their inspiring, actually very inspiring and your grandmother story is definitely an inspiring one, as were as were saying so. Speaking of Memories, though this episode is about the memories, we can create with food and family. What what are your thoughts on the connection between the two? You know as Italians? That's like such a strong. They're such a strong connection there all the time. So what are your thoughts on that connection? Why can't I can't agree more before I was formal author? I wrote as a child, a short story and all about. Family around the dinner table at my grandmother's house and I was reflecting on. The wrong heavy New Jersey new. York accents that were being used around the.
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"Welcome to the Maria Variety show this is Murray and Liberati Bonjour shout to all of my listeners around the world and thanks for all of your emails and comments on what to means to you. So, what does food mean to you? Food is one of the things in our everyday lives that evoke all of the five senses. It has the power to bring back timeless memories instantly being a food eat. My memories are arranged by foods and for me. Some of the best memories of a season are the fresh vegetables and fruits. That mother. Nature gives us in winter. I'm always wishing for the vibrant tastes in bold colors of my summer garden, and I consider homemade Jordan era my. My summer scrapbook of the news flavors Jordan era is a versatile condiment. They can be used on a variety of different foods, such as for SCOTTA PASTA, salad eggs, Omelets, tuna, salad, sandwiches, and much more in the US. It's not uncommon to us to our to narrow on Pasta in the Chicago area on pizza in Italy. It's a typical Auntie, pasta or appetizer, but for me it's just my way of preserving summer in Ajar make some extra jars and bring along as a hostess gift for Informal Dinner Parties and Picnics Jordan. Era makes the perfect appetizer and can be served with cheeses, crackers, breads, breadsticks in a salad, and even as a cool side dish, or alone, of course not. Has Their own garden, but your local farm markets should have a selection of fresh veggies in season locally grown vegetables make the most flavorful Jordan era and one that is reminiscent of summers flavors. Here's my favorite recipe, and if you want to make some extra jars for gifts, you will also need handmade cards and some twine to tie around the tops of the jars to attach the cards. The jars also meet Nice, informal gifts for the. The holiday table who wouldn't walk fresh taste of summer during the doldrums of winter, so here's my favorite recipe for Homey Jordan era whereas I. Call it my summer in a jar, four pounds of mixed vegetables in season, fresh and local, if possible carrots, celery green beans, cauliflower, red and yellow peppers, Cipollini onions two cups of white vinegar or apple cider vinegar, five tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, three tablespoons of sugar cut carrots into small. Cut The celery into large chunks cut the green beans into large pieces, cut the peppers into large chunks, peel the CIPOLLINI onions, and leave them whole use only the flurry of the cauliflower that have been detached from the heart. Stop Wash all the vegetables and patch, dry place, vinegar and oil in a large pot with sugar and pinch of saw bring to a boil place all vegetables in the pot and lead boy Oh for another two minutes mixing consistently removed from heat place the still hot mixture in jars that have been. been sterilized for preserving leave about a half inch of room at the top seal, the jars boil water in a large pot, submerge this sealed jars in the boiling water, and lead foil for at least five minutes, removed the jars, and let Cole Wipe the Jars Dry and label with a date. Leave the jars unopened for at least three weeks before tasting unopened jars of Jordan era can be stored up to six months in a cool dry place once open. The jars can be stored in the refrigerator for one week. So what memories dispute, bring back to you. Maybe it's of a simpler time. Fresh Lemons at lemonade stand Sunday mornings waking up to the aroma of fragrant tomato sauce for afternoon dinner, or perhaps it's just something as simple as peanut butter, and Jelly Sandwiches, one of my favorites, creating that connection to a special person place, thing or time, writer and attorney Anthony Lukashenko guests for today's podcast wrote in entertaining book about the memories of his grandmother Eva Oversea in her incredible life, and it's a fun.
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"A reading by the way of grief at six o'clock read from the domino effect, but I'll Yes throughout the shutdown, the readings from the I five from Deka was. A food scenes created because the need something. That I read afterwards in my kitchen that I did the same thing from other book Attleboro blue-sky made a couple of dishes. Tomorrow night to do. It's my birthday on making be sticks Dina. and. Tina yet. A birthday every year from abroad I had. But, again learn every. And I'm also. Demonstrate that make a side dish from custody called on the federal. He needed to let. Tomatoes aromatic, so wait. Let's tell everybody where they can see this reading that you're doing it. You're doing it on on virtual on. facebook live instagram live tomorrow night by I six o'clock eastern time I'll be reading from my kitchen passages from the domino effect. My first book is about an Italian American kitchen queens who is coming of age story foods a big part of the story a naturally and. I read I'll be making a dish from Tuskegee, which is a white bean tomato is great side, or of course read if you're if you don't need me afterwards six clock eastern on Facebook, live or instagram live on my own, my address at Andrew Cotto on C., O., T., T. O. Easy to find me recommend to everybody definitely unit, and they're great dishes. They're very traditional dishes artisan dishes that you just said so definitely tune into that. You told us they. Teach, John. Caveat, university, but what was the experience like teaching their verses teaching here any comments or anything? You can tell us you know teaching. They are teaching here. If. The students were American student so on their region after the all the university. Itself John Cabinets in American home. So all the TJ's in English so you know. Wasn't wasn't like I. had two at a time which would have been a disaster I. Think I could have taught in Italian maybe I wouldn't understand what the students were saying back to me commute. Every part is partner thai-burmese understanding. What people are saying? But dishes great. Mainly, it was summer school was travel writing core six kids in the class. Size it was great. I was so distracted by being enrolled. As, hard, remember the tissue Which is which noticed something that I love teaching. I remember the kids winning the class which varies was so sad. And a travel writing class we were just kind of just talking a lot about travel and roll, and then those of seacraft and things run into I. It was deadly a felt like summer to me. I I can imagine a all summer. You know a a an extended summer. I can just imagine yes all these distractions, food and wine in the beautiful scenery and only goodness. That my family was one of the best times of my life. So we're some of your favorite places. Do you have any like I know? I have like most of my favorite places in Italy or like these little you know there's the beautiful places Lake Florence and Rome and Venice, but a lot of my favorite places are like little teeny outed the way. Do you have any places that were your? Are Your favorite places? Places to visit. It doesn't even have to be little teeny out of the way places, but do you have any any places? That were really your favorite places to visit very so consistent I mean you. If you just go off the road somewhere to some unknown village in, sit down the locals to the now you, you're gonNA. Take a really good meal. You I think the secret is that there are no secrets that everything is really good. Some of the sentimental things that I, really like doing what I'm there. They'll do every time. I'm there..
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"Tablespoons of white Wine Vinegar One cup of extra virgin, olive oil, a half a pound red ripe tomatoes. One red onion. One fresh cucumber, one handful of fresh basil leaves a pinch of Salt, freshly ground black pepper. Slice the bread into twelve slices. Place the bread in a bowl with a quarter cup of water and a tablespoon of vinegar. Leave for three minutes, remove the liquid and squeeze the water out from the bread. Yes, that that's right. You're going to squeeze gently almost like a sponge. Place the wet slices on the bottom of a salad bowl top, the bread with tomato slices,.
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"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons
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"During the Renaissance and Florence Italy several discoveries, innovations in art, architecture, sculpting literature, the culinary arts, music, and so much more have Arjun stating to this time period. Many consider this an iconic time in human history on the bustling streets of Florence, vibrant with life Katharina. Domenici started contest to see who could make the most delicious an unusual dessert. People of all ages and backgrounds gathered to get a glimpse of these is popping culinary creations there. There was one in particular that shines above the rest Chih Lotto. It was a hot summer day in Florence, the errors muggy and the people were trying to find ways to say cool. During these times we'll of course air conditioning had not been invented yet, so people had to come up with creative ways to beat the heat, staying in the shade and building houses made of stone walls to absorb. The heat were popular solutions during this. This time period that's what made the July toes so revolutionary besides it's phenomenal taste. It was the perfect dessert to indulge in during a hot day, a paltry butcher named were Jerry entered the competition with hopes that his creation would win. The dish was itchy. Sugary and Domenici love the desert. She loved it so much that she even brought her Jerry to her wedding in Paris, for his contests, winning creation to be served to her many. Many, guests by all accounts were Jerry's creation that July toe. We have all come to know. And Love was a winner. It was so received that Jerry was getting death threats ordering him to release the recipe. The recipe was soon released, and Rajouri happily got back to taking care of his chickens. Now that we know the arginine history, of Gelato let's look at how to make the perfect. You Lotto to the the heat during this summer. To make the perfect July so you'll need either an ice, cream maker, or a metal bowl and milk, cream, eggs, sugar, and whatever extra flavors you want to add such as fruit, nuts, chocolate, or other flavorings, a saucepan for heating the mixture and a fine mess strain, or so. If you're using a bowl, you're going to have to freeze it about twenty. Twenty four hours prior to using it and also your ice cream maker bowl needs to have been in the Freezer for at least twenty four hours prior to using it to ensure that it's going to be cold enough to freeze the ice cream in a saucepan mix. One Cup of heavy cream was two cups of milk, the higher milk to cream ratio. Ratio is what differentiates a lot from ice cream and also makes it lower in fat coke, milk and cream mixture, until it begins to foam around the edges, removed from heat in a large bowl, makes a half a cup of sugar with four eight jokes until smooth slowly for the warm milk, mixture into the agin sugar mixture, and blend transfer this mixture back to the SAUCEPAN and cook until the mixture gels renew from heat and poor mixture through your strain or back into the large bowl in cool covered for several hours. When the mixture is cool, it is ready to be prepared according to your ice cream, makers, instructions or frozen in your metal, all that has been already left in the freezer. Freezer for twenty four hours prior. If you're adding extras like chocolate, chunks or fruit these halfway through the freezing process the July no can be enjoyed immediately after the ice cream maker completes its cycle. If you like the desert, a little soft or otherwise freeze it in a sealed container for at least two hours now. If you're using a metal bowl instead of an ice cream maker, you will have to take the mixture out of the freezer about every forty five minutes and start to be sure it doesn't get icy than place it back in the freezer. Freeze it again for forty five minutes. Take it out stirred again until it has reached the desired consistency that you like. Do you have any? Any favorite Gelato, recipes or photos of your favorite July two desserts Hashtag a photo or recipe Maria. Liberati show Sherrod on social media. And if we share your fudo or your recipe during one of the segments, one of the upcoming segments, you'll get a copy of the basic art of Italian cooking as a thank you. Thanks for listening to the Murray Liberati show. What is food mean to you? Hashtag Maria Liberati show with your answer posted on social media, and you'll get a copy of the basic art of Italian cooking book as thank you nod late to thank my producer, Britain, Roselle and my intern that is writing and editing for me this summer, David Hunt,.
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"Com absolutely blows me away and to be on a podcast with you is the maybe maybe one of the highest honors that. I've ever had thank you and that's an honor for me to know that someone you know with your credentials also thinks so highly of mead so nice besides being such good friend in everything I admire. You know I admire you as well. So it's a mutual admiration society. Definitely Cardi thank you so much and thanks so much for this in everyone go to keep on cooking dot com. Get a copy of the book. I'm telling you you're GONNA find some great recipes in there especially now that the summer's coming up great recipe for those those Whatever you know even just small gatherings that you could do you now. Such great recipes for now in author out the year. Thanks Again Cardi. I will be talking to you and seeing you soon. Thanks for joining us and listening to the Maria Liberati show if you have any recipes that were inspired by the book. Keep on cooking from our guest executive chef carting mortimer today that you want to show off. Take a picture of your favorite dish and Hashtag at the Marie. Liberati show post on. Social Media will be gathering pictures and posting them on my website that in the next few weeks. Thanks to my producer prisoners. Al And this week's guest executive chef author Courtney Mortimer go to my website. Maria LIBERATI DOT COM to keep up with my blog in the show in my book series the Basic Art of Italian cooking. And don't forget to post your answer to the question. What does it mean to you in a recorded? Sound bite of sixty seconds or less or a social media post fifty words or less Hashtag the Maria Liberati show hosted on social media or email it to me at Maria at Marie Liberati Dot Com. If your answers are selected for an upcoming podcast segment. H- receive an autographed copy of my book the Basic Art of Italian cooking until next time. Peace love and Pasta..
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"With an hats mittens gloves scarves? You name it from a local pharmacy in the Port Authority Bus Terminal and I managed to give all of those things in boxes. Don't ask me how I did it because I don't remember and I said I want to be honest to the police. I WANNA be anonymous. Give them my name. I said I don't publicity. But I want these to go in your cop cars. And when they see a homeless person freezing or having trouble with the elements. Please give that to them. Please hand out mittens scarves blankets. Whatever you can do. And Charlie's fund was founded however. Satisfy you that after that year. I didn't do anything with with with helping the homeless and I was ashamed of myself. I just forgot I just didn't it wasn't a priority so when I got my relationship with the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the homeless last year. I gave them a check for four hundred dollars to start Charlie's fund which links on the website. They are getting contributions and I hope they're going to get a lot of contributions because what they're doing with. That is the hats the gloves you name it. But are also getting warming centers places for the homeless to go so that they don't freeze to death or they don't Roche the death in the heat and I couldn't be more proud and support because my hopefully lot of the funds from my cookbook we'll go to Charlie's fund and their little logo. Maria for Charleston has a little chefs hot and in the middle of the chefs adds a little picture of a home with a heart on it. That's great that is great so I guess I was right spot on when I called him this chef with hearts so Cardi emerhed chef with heart. Thank you so much for being with US. So just tell me. They're all wonderful stories. I'm so glad I had you on today. So tell us again. You're welcome so tell us again. It's keep on cooking dot com correct Yvonne cooking without a jeep on cooking. She Oh okay. I N DOT COM and his name is Greg. He worked for a hired..
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"Coming down your face. It is one of the most emotional things that I've ever read. And she puts in the book that she said I was hoping someday to beat a a true angel in my life and a come chef Cardi water and it just means the world to me because McKell are Mayo and Melanie both who had tough lives. When they were younger. Have come to the top. They have risen to the top and they alone are so inspirational to this cookbook. That I can't tell you Please pick up a copy of the cookbook. it's easy you go on. Keep ON COOKING DOT com. You can order and you'll even get a returnable letter from us. I believe that what they're working on a reply. Email the thank you for purchasing the cookbook and and just a joy at like Maria said because not only is it felt with with good recipes decent recipes hundred and twenty one of them total by the whites two hundred and eighty page book. And it's hard covered book to Glow Flimsy. You know things that you see the PGA of high schools you know all the brothers get together and do a cookbook our cover clip and I think that you're going to really enjoy it. The initial reviews that we're getting is well off the charts. I worked so hard. With my editors my wife the people in Tennessee the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the homeless with that mean. So much to me. I just don't see this cookbook. Not being successful and again. I did not do this cookbook. Maria to become a celebrity like yourself. I don't even know if I want to become a celebrity. I I will do appearances. Maybe I'll even do tie in culinary therapy with this. Yes and and try to be inspirational to others. Because we're in a state as I said before that we need a lot more inspiration right now. We need a lot more good news and I hope I could provide some of that era to your listeners are definitely with all these stories in fact more than I even was aware of..
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"They're actually using culinary therapy for people that are really so like depressed or people that have anxiety. Someone like you knows it is. It's really very. It can be very very therapeutic so that that's wonderful. That's wonderful that you did so many shows both more wonderful is thank goodness you were able to get yourself in walking again. I thought I was just like career. Oh my gosh I just want to go back very quickly to something that you made me laugh. The CEO of the TVs the Tennessee Valley coalition. Almost wordell she has a daughter named Matty he actually had two wonderful daughters batty and Katie but I received a wonderful wonderful text just weeks ago. That Dab Zona. Her sister and her daughter made the chocolate chip. Chunk cookie recipe in my cookbook. And she said that her daughter has never tasted a cookie. That good in my life I'll and I wrote back through and I said guess what I said. It is my recipe. I'll represented but it's my wife's recipe Lynn. My girl my Gosh that recipe and when I had my gatorade company Cardi Cox I heard the honey. Those are the best cookies I've ever had in my entire life because we use peanut butter chocolate jugs once. I Gosh I noticed that you do have some some other recipes to that are Lynn's recipes correct. Actually the recipes that I dedicated to my wife dedicated yet. They were something always makes me make them during the holidays. Etcetera Etcetera. And it's really funny because my oldest son still lives with being he begs for me to do. My chicken recipes seafood recipes out. I still I still cook in the whole. But don't take out his take a wonderful wonderful call. Yes but I know. There's nothing like home cooking chocolate cookies. Well I guess now. I know my desserts going to be for my memorial. He sounds like real. That sounds really good so I'm definitely going to have to try those also. Yes that culinary therapy story. That's wonderful and it's definitely I mean. Food is therapy one of the things I was going to ask you was what would you say? The most important aspect of cooking is in. And how does that? Connect to your books tagline. The most important aspect of cooking Maria is for ME IS COOKIE WITH ONE HEART. Always keep it special. I tell young people even today that my actual definition of gourmet coincides with the word love and the word. Love is through out my cookbook. Keep on cooking refers to never giving up your hopes and your dreams. No matter how low or high the mountain might be..
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"I Cook a New Orleans dinner for my local church here in town. I want paralytic from the waste out. Everything just stopped working from the waist down and the doctors -ture if I would ever walk again. It's still very emotional and from there. Maria believe it or not one day as I was getting a little bit better I could take baby steps and I was eager to get back to my cooking. I asked the medical staff if I cook for them. They said why and I said. I'd like that to be my therapy for the dad. Like to cook you New Orleans lunch in the World Care Center and they said sure so to beautiful lunch for about Oh goodness it was about twenty five or thirty people and all my today love my Jambalaya and book. By the Way Love Bananas Foster Bread Pudding I went back to my room in a wheelchair. I was really tired. And the President of the Welfare Center said Chat on the edge of my bed. It was a woman very beautiful woman and she said. I can't believe that you did that for us. And I said it's not a problem was great. It was therapy for me. And she said would you come back after your better someday and entertain the folks in this nursing home and I said what do you mean entertained? He said do show it will cooking show and tell some of your great stories about your cooking days and I said I could do that. And that became the birth of culinary therapy. I took the show and I get as promised I came back and I cooked for the residents and I did over a period of eight years. A hundred and fifty four different shows in well care. Centers hospitals colleges and universities. The nature of the show re theme of the show was if I can do it if I can recover from terrible for for those who need some entertainment Those that are stuck up at a hospital those that are stuck up in a nursing home that don't have any entertainment lead me. I know I lo- eaten get and And I and I did that. And I'm so proud to tell you that really became nationally known for that I was on that I was on several national shows to television shows to Strut my stuff and the host couldn't get over it. I was actually called one of the million shop. That was great on national television. And I said that's kind of cool so for eight years. I toured with culinary therapy as well as worse cook for both restaurants and for my catering company Cardi cooks well. That is a wonderful story. I didn't know all of that detail. That's so wonderful and I didn't realize you did this. 'cause I've always thought as cooking at really as therapy also and it is becoming. It's actually becoming a big thing now..
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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. 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"Welcome to the Maria Liberati show. We're food meets art travel and life. What is food mean to you? Tell me in a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or opposed of no longer than fifty words posted on social media with a Hashtag the Maria liberati show or email it directly to me at Maria at Maria Liberati DOT com. And if your sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I will send an autograph copy of my book. The basic art of Italian cooking. You as special thanks. I love having my listeners. Be Part of the show so come on joining. Pizza is more than just a food. It's a passion of personality. Style and food that gained popularity in the USA after world. War Two American soldiers became hooked on this stuff while in Italy and just wanted more when they returned home here in the USA. We truly have a passion for our pizza so much so that different regions in the USA have developed their own unique pizza style just as an Italy were different regions have their own pizzas style New York City. Hey your pizza. Style and tradition was first started by. What was America's first pizzeria? That opened up. They are in little Italy Lombardi's so this is a thin hand tossed crust easy enough to carry and to keep up with the fast pace in New York City. Chicago has it's own pizzas style that began at the first and original pizzeria uno there in Chicago and that is a thicker deep dish crust filled with layers of cheeses meat or veggies. Saint Louis Missouri pizzas style is a thin unleavened bread for crust e pizza. Was the first pizzeria there. This cracker like texture is thin and topped with lots of ood gooey. Cheese is in served in two inch squares Ohio Valley. They have their own pizzas style when it comes to pizza and that is pizzas served in warm two inch squares with tomato sauce but cold grated cheese Detroit. Michigan's pizzas style goes way back to Nineteen forty-six and this is similar to Chicago style that it's thicker and deep dish but has cheese and tomato sauce on top not inside like Chicago style but on top California you have your own pizza style and that was started back in the eighties. It's a thin crust with usually lighter healthier toppings new haven. Connecticut has a thin crust. Pizza that is chewy inside and there's is a plain tomato pie with sauce and Parmigiano reggiano cheese or a white pie that is topped with a Reagan garlic Mozzarella and Parmigiano Reggiano. But where is the pizza? Capital of the United States is it New York City. Is it Chicago or Philadelphia? Perhaps if you guessed old forge Pennsylvania in Laka WanNa County. You are correct. Legend has it that in nineteen twenty six gauge rallies which is now old forge. Pizza served pizza to the coal miners. There specifically grandma -essarily serve pizza. The pizza is crispy on the bottom chewy in the center and there are two types of old forge pizza. A red and a white. The red has diced onions. Topped with a blend of cheeses and sauce. The white is stuffed no sauce just lots of cheese and other toppings inside and don't call it a pizza pie if you visit old forge where they also have their own. Pizza Lingo. So a whole pizza is not called the pie called trae. They bake them on square metal. Trays and slices are called cuts not slices. Are you hungry yet? I am just in time for my special guest. World Pizza Champion and pizza ambassador and so much more. Tony Jim in Yanni said I was really excited to get you on the shows All pieces today and I wanted to ask you because you have such a great career in the peace field but Which I'm sure you've heard that your time again. It's world record holder in the Guinness World. Book World Records. Is that correct? Yeah I have four Four we'll records With Guinness over the years Couple of have been broken. I think in different different countries. Yeah I've I've done a lot over. The years. Wanted to making competitions Italy at one in competitions in the US. I When it comes to peace and we've done more yes I them either. Can you tell me? So what what got you into? I did read your website and it was really interesting story but can you give us kind of a short version of of how you got into into this world. The pizza old. Yeah you know I was seventeen. Just getting out of high school wasn't sure what was going to do. A lot of my friends went off to college and my brother had the idea of opening up. Pizzaria you worked at a couple of teacher. He is Do you said you WanNa do this with me. And I wasn't sure what was going to do so I ended up doing it and I really and That was right when I turned eighteen. I've making pizzas for for about thirty years. was with him for seventeen years. And if got home Donald Honesty three and Castro Valley California and then after that I really wanted to open up and venture off and so I opened up. Tony's pizza Oh yeah over. Eleven eleven years ago over eleven years ago. Yeah now so and then you're the US ambassador of the neopolitan pieces correct. Yeah needs tools The gave a three bathroom ships so I was one of them and they Spain Japan I WANNA Naples the World Pizza Company of all that was in two thousand seven and When they one that you know the first a non certified pizza maker to kind of come in to the competition as far as I knew. And then you know let alone to win outside of Naples so it was one of those things that I Naples and I've gotten to be very close over the years since that win and just coming back and working with the flower companies Closely and develop lower for them. American flowers in in Naples and judging Naples all of Valey back in Naples. I guess for me. Wow and He's our listeners. Know that Naples is kind of the trademark of I mean they have their own trademark on their pieces. I correct a year really. Yeah like when you when you think of Champagne coming from you know France or you see different. He on the radio for years and years They wanted to be recognized. Naples or the pizza those wanted to be recognized and saying that if you make fifty it it should be recognized truly faults in pizza like Russia China Went further than that. And and they. They did get accepted and was recognized so Brady is important. Yeah he yes yes and I. I know when I'm duck my favorite favorite place overdue soon pieces just like all piece and it's worth it to but can you tell the listener. So what's the official Neopolitan Pisa? Because they knew there is one that is the one that is yeah. The most part. Of course Pizza Margherita. There's all the extra in a mine are a pizza three pizzas like when you say the the Margarita. Tilles a double zero behind flour Typically it's double zero even though they kinda change over the recent years to be blending flower snow in Naples Typically Essential Donald Tomato. Let's deal P. and thrown in the region combined. Yeah made a very specific Mozzarella pay. Which is cow's milk or Mozzarella both from the hill could be used on that pizza on sea. Salt no spices in the size Olive oil and that piece of sheep book at nine hundred degrees under ninety seconds. You know what fired oven that has the classic Dome Small Amount. Dome that you'd see to basically burns very very hot unlike. Let's say a bread oven. That has a bigger mouth OR LONGER CHAMBER. So there's specific guidelines to. It has to fix my hand You know to approximately eleven and a half to twelve inches So it's it's.
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"Together. A Hi can always have breakfast at my favorite coffee bar and room but sometimes I like to bring back the feeling of being in one of the elegant coffee bars. They're you know sipping a leisurely frothy Cappuccino while pulling apart a soft freshly baked. Cornet to- well. I can just taste that in my mind. My favorites are the whole-wheat cornet with honey inside. So good if you want to create the perfect room in the morning station you can make a similar cornet with premade puff pastry that you can buy at any supermarket. Put SOME JAM or not. Telo or honey inside peak and don't forget to make yourself a Cappuccino to accompany that pastry. The easiest way is to get milk for author use your own Coffee Pot to make some exceptional espresso or if you really want a real traditional espresso at the Italian Mocha the one that you put on your range. Top that Espresso with frothy milk and enjoy those two together. Cornet and Cappuccino. The only thing you will be missing aside from the genuine pastry and Cappuccino is the people watching while you're eating but hey if you have your own outside to dot so for terrorists than eat outside. Alfresco at my house. Eating outside is so popular. Even my furby. My little dog knows what that word means. Hey let's eat Al Fresco besides eating alfresco as the perfect ambience when you're trying to have an authentic Italian meal we.
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"Today I am so excited I have seen Mineta lean as a special guest and she is one of the top one hundred fashion influencers in the world. She's an author an entrepreneur a top model and she is so influential in the fashion world right now so she makes an excellent guest for our coffee episode in finding out the fashion -ality of coffee. Welcome seem Ed. Thanks so much for joining us but thank you. Thank you so much. And by the way we're both in Philadelphia. Say That yes yes. We are both in Philly so yes definitely seeming to walk us through your journey from Italy to here to philly myself coming from You know of Philadelphia talion market baby background which I consider myself because I used to go shopping with my grandparents in the Italian market for Sunday. Dinner I'm interested in learning. Also what took you from Italy to Philadelphia? Tell us a little bit about that. Yes so my husband is originally It was born in in America but his relatives Where in in Italy are will save fifteen years ago? He just decided. Okay let me. Just go and you re me. My relatives are Italy and let me re-learn Italian that is actually how we met. East thought that he was staying a couple of months and he stayed almost twelve years. So that is of course. One of the biggest motivation. We actually had a very nice life in Italy. We were living in Milan or for many many years together and then we just said okay. Let's try You know to Kind of goal and you know the other side of the Ocean in America. We have my in laws my mother and father in law they They live in New Jersey. And so we said okay. Let's let let's try and Philadelphia. You know strange way came into our lives. We really didn't have anybody in the city We just really fell in love with the city. We met on Italian woman. She has a bed and breakfast in. Actually Germantown which is for people that are now from from Philadelphia is Maybe you can call neighborhood of Philadelphia Philadelphia just a little bit know and there are these beautiful a mentions and is beautiful. You know Victorian houses and that is actually we start our journey Philadelphia. We I really liked that The architecture and the history and so we ended up in know beautiful again Victoria House Victorian House and she is originally from Rome and she started you know telling us all about her life in Philadelphia and you know how much actually the Italian heritage was. You know Important in this city and you will like in and take a look and really we just started chitchatting about it and after six months we found it like looking at each other came. Maybe we are buying something. And that's actually what happened at a friend of our a realtor that was You know actually introduced to us from one of this from this lady. Actually he called us. We were in Italy and he said. Are you ready to change your life? And we're like what are you talking about? And he said that there was this beautiful house and actually in a beautiful neighborhood in in Philadelphia And it was available and he was a great deal and again we were like okay. Let's go we've really felt our guts. We love the house. It's a beautiful The size actually called French eclectic. So it's yes in shifts for Mansell there again noth- from Philly. They don't understand the beauty of schist. It's typical a stone from Philadelphia. So these houses. Are you know They are fresh. They're in the summer and you know warm during the winter and it's beautiful and I have you know beautiful beautiful history mean in my backyard. I can look the actually this back lane where George Washington us to March and have the Grease Kelly's House that is you know y know by neighbors and The other side is where Frank Sinatra marry so is any talion. I felt so much history and I fell in love and we decided to stay. Yes so you know what I just have to make a comment. I am so happy to hear you say that because that is the exact way that I feel about Philly and I appreciate all this stuff. That's that you all the things you said and more. There's so much history in the architecture and the art and I always felt a lot of people that have lived here all their lives. They just take everything for granted they don't realize and you know. I feel that my living in Italy actually when I came back I it helped me to really take notice and appreciate more the architecture and all the history and things like that because people in Italy always talk about our city as well. So it's so nice and refreshing. Because you feel the way I do and I've rarely heard that except you know in Italy so I think that's really special but what's your career here again. In a way was really a decision between my husband and I do really again to change our lives and then of course with my life. My career came with me so I came here that I was Definitely of course a lot of people ask me. I mean did you start everything here. I said no I was already working for Vanity Fair in Italy. Are that point. I publish one of My first book for one of the biggest publishing house in the world actually which is mandatory. I was working in television. I was doing a lot of stuff so of course also my social media started from. I would say a good point is just that when I came here I of course moved everything into English because I often joke that I was sweating. Italians. I'm moved into English then again. It was kind of maybe a combination of things. I always explain to people that many times. I mean when you are Italian and you come to America and you have of course that Italian style that to meets you know Timeless and classy you know immediately recognize it and on the same way of course if you are in America Italians will start looking at you like. Oh you're cool you know you're so it was kind of a Combo that worked out plus adventure older charity. Work that actually. I've started here in Philly I was really backed by the city. The city really helped me so You know my work together between against charity and fashion really worked out and so my social media really star to start to kind of explode and you know became big and so again my career came like I say win the of course. It was a motivation. The idea to come to America because I mean America is still descended of the world and everything you do. You know right for for your career for it was kind of a was calling me. I remember the first time I came to New York and I start to see all those beautiful different races all together and the idea that if you see for instance Asian person you immediately think Asian person is American or Russia person that is Russian America. It's a beautiful feeling so I felt immediately American even if of course I'm proud of my roots but it's something that I've never felt you know in Europe is just something that you feel when you experience you know the beauty of the Medical American culture and I felt like my soul was had more space swain so also my career and I said let's try and then again in a different motivation with my husband said let's try and then thinks you know star to kind of work how best yes and and you know the other thing is. I think people are finding that now with everything that's going on and everybody having to bring things in the virtual world with you a lot of what you were doing is in the virtual worlds. I mean really. You can be anywhere but I think it's and you probably will agree with me that it's a plus that you're in a great city. Philly has a lot of that. We were just talking about architecture and fashion and it's inspiring to. There's a lot of good food in you. Know the fashioning style the really into style. And you know especially where you're at your next to near Grace Kelly's house and that whole area has so much history so probably for you. It's still inspiring but you're probably able to locate anywhere in the world because you're a lot of the things you do or online and communicates true. I could definitely worked from everywhere in the world but a lot of people ask me why Philly and again I gave you so many You know and services just and then like I said I mean. I live ten minutes for from the center city as you need to go. I'll go into minutes but I look outside and see and I see trees and calm and quiet. Yes yes really priceless. You know it's very different. I mean it's I. I would say kind of unique to find a big city because it's still the fourth largest city in America to have this type of vibe. You know that again if I need to be at the airport I minutes. I'm of the airport. I can travel everywhere. It's very convenient exactly. That's exactly the way I feel. That's great well. I'm glad glad to hear that and glad to hear you're enjoying philly hometown and I really love it. Today's episode Isabel Coffee and as Union. it's really. Coffee is such a huge part of the regular Italian Day in Italy. But I wanted to specifically ask you about Because you're such a fashion expert and looked upon for your influence in the fashion world. This fashion -ality of coffee. I don't think people here in the US really understand. There's it's there's a fashion -ality to coffee and going to a coffee bar in Italy so what I wanted to ask you is maybe being an Italian. If you can tell us you know what would you say? What are the biggest things you would say that differentiate the Italian coffee experienced from something? You would get here in the USA. Beth point so the idea that I've never found it's on that I've never found but I would say that it's more difficult to find here in America is the like you were talking about the experience of the coffee so you go and you really set and you get you know something to eat your coffee. Something like here. It's you know it's very everything is very fast. You know so you get your coffee to go and you leave and it's no that that culture does not exist in Italy sometimes first of all the coffee. Of course it's different. We don't have you know the American coffee. We HAVE THE BRESSO. So it's you know it's sometimes you find especially in the early morning people that just go the bar and get an espresso. New Drinking they go that of course does exist but that is one part of the culture. What I again remember about Italy and the way that I was raised it was. I remember my grandmother taking me to a nice cafeteria and you know you have to again to kind of dress up a little bit and you know you go there. And the time of course she was getting coffee was getting. Tia was a child but you know with a little a little bit of a sweet or a cake together it's the entire inexperience they've been when We will live in and we were living in Milan again. Okay you WANNA meet for. I don't know even to talk about work or whatever you go to the cafeteria and again you dress up you sit down you order you talk you stay. You know you enjoy so it's all that part that it's that it's actually very interesting and it's part of the definitely the Italian culture even when I go out and floor regular dinner for instance. I have this kind of culture of staying you know taking time. Americans usually are quicker because again they start from there conquering taking and go. Yeah so if we can you know take something from detailing culture it will be definitely in all a little bit the again dressing up a little bit and you know the coffee moment. It's sociable moment. It's not just you know something that Again as he talion we live. Maybe not in a different way. It's a way of really talking and like say socializing and also closed deals and you know talk about even important things many times. Yes yes it's a whole it's a whole ritual and I just love way that you know. It's an experience so here where you just as you said you go. You know to a quick place. She just grab a cup of coffee and you drink it in the car going to wherever you're going to whereas a just as you said. I love in Italy just going to a coffee bar on a lazy Sunday because you get dressed up. It's an experience. Get yourself just as you said. Go to the coffee bar and getting a pastry with coffee. It's usually served on these beautiful plates cops and things like that and there's usually a lot of history to some of the coffee bars corrected places that Amos rbis in you know photographers and all I know. I love going to Cafe Greco in Rome because of all the history around writing or you think of all the writers and artists they created all these masterpieces. They are so yes I wanted. I just wanted to hear that from your one in our audience here that I don't think they realize what an experience it is to have a cup of coffee and you just take the time to do that. So thanks for that and tell us because people don't realize but a Cappuccino. When are you supposed? I mean the fashionable way to drink it in. Italy is when and morning you and what happens if you drink it in the afternoon or like at night. I usually him listen. You can do it..