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Jay Baruchel: Gravy On Fries or GTFO

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Jay Baruchel: Gravy On Fries or GTFO

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on Apple podcasts. And podcast one podcast. One percents up kitchen podcast. The show that is does food politics and pop culture all trying to give a fuck and now for your host. Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to form tap your Go-to podcast for all things recipes revelry and Ridichio. I'm Michelle Beth. All Matt Holloway Day were talking frivolous lawsuits than expresso spy. Satellite and the Three Musketeers Cookbook. Later we're joined by actor and director Jay Bruce Show to talk about being home for the holidays. Fifteen hundred jobs about to get four sharpen knows knives. Its fourth out a doug kitchen podcast. What's Party and what's I'm show how what was thanksgiving? I'm just hungry again. I your big the big fat. Greek thanksgiving is dead. A friend's mother was in town. A shout out to Angie and she is a culinary rockstar are in her own right and she meets tons of food and she's so lovely and kind and such a good cook that she like. Oh vegan no problem. Because she's like you now. That's what a real cook cooks flexible. Yeah they're like. Oh I know how to make everything so. Don't worry about it and you know got you. So she made tons of stuff and it was incredible incredible but I mean it was just when you thought the table was full of food. Somehow these dishes just kept coming out and everyone was just begging being firm mercy at that point. I think we had like six pies. And it was only fourteen people. And I made a Tart Lake Pumpkin Bourbon tart with walnuts through so watch out and I mean all these roles and all this stuff and it was just like too much it access to full like mound rounded plates vomit. I mean it was so good but by the end she was like are. You guys. Don't hungry do you not shoes insulted. Yeah maybe you barely touch. Yeah and it was like Angie. There's no way that we could have. We can't eat any war like it's just you good and you need to many like cookies pies and then all these different side. I like to kinds of potatoes like it was amazing but I am dead. How is your Thanksgiving is good? I made some recipes from Jesus fees. Yeah you dead. which so you guys can still go to our website kitchen dot com slash bs? Lowest Hyphen feasts yet plural. And we got tons of holiday recipes. That are still good. And we'll have that up through the New Year and we saw some y'all making even somebody did a couple of people. Did all kitchen kitchen thanksgiving tribute Assi Anthem. All made the lasagna as an entree the Thanksgiving leftover lasagne. They made it as an entree for Thanksgiving so a lot of works works. Shot out to wherever the fuck I wish I reposted your photos or parable it so bad. Clean the lens of your camera for people like listen. I would show you some love but you're terrible for the bad either gonNA. It'd be watering down. My brand and like foggy. The photos look foggy. And also come on guys you made the stuffing right. That's your favorite a stuffing. cranberry once breezy the cranberry sauce to from our website. And then we have a you son of a bitch. You made the cocktail I saw. Ah No smart because I love cranberry should've taken too. Because you can have a recipe. You're explaining on our website. There's a recipe for a drink called the cranberry sprit or Spitzer camera spritzers purtzer. Either way you'll find that But it uses the leftover cranberry sauce as Your cocktail so it's a little tart. It's a little bit sweet and has vodka orange juice. Lemon juice and tonic. A little grandma and you just shake it all And Ruby real pretty. Yeah you're looking for that instagram. Here's here's my fuck in a holiday cocktail by candlelight. Yeah with a blurry holiday decorations. In the background you can even put a sprig of Rosemary in it and and little orange a yeah a little dressing duck could you reposted push fourteen on well. What else has been going on? Did nothing still got bogged. He is our foster dog right now. Short for Bosley. We think he's about four years old. He's about forty five pounds. He is a staffy mix. He's a male. Obviously they'll let us feel like velvet. He is available for adoption is a perfect dog to take them. Yeah now he's super low key like before we were doing a podcast. I'll end this morning. He uses Chilin just sleep next to us. He was twitching his dreams. He's just being a boy and his dreams as he is in life super low key. He'd honestly for for anybody he be dark yes. He's great. Were kids I don't know about cats cats. He's he's just not aggressive in any way that he has shown absolutely no aggression whatsoever. I I wouldn't put it past him to be good with cats. There's no it's not proven yet. But because he's shy when he when he gets stressed out he just runs away and he doesn't like he's going to hide. He's never mind. I loved loved but anyways guys if you're interested or if you know anyone in La area that might be interested in adopting the perfect dog You can contact L. A.. Animal Rescue for more information or you can go to the kitchen dot com slash adopt. I finally updated the page we had and we had a foster I think from two fussers ago it was like it was like really old Bono while she went super-quick. Well do you want not old. What buying our book is a holiday gift? Oh Yeah we should plug the book. It's timeless y'all it is number seventy seven out of all books on Amazon right now. What up guys it? That doesn't show you it's quality I don't know what will also our books are under twenty dollars an Amazon are. I was like twelve dollars a perfect secret. Santa Gift when you have to keep it under fifteen to three. Yeah just the first one. The first one cup the third one got the second one thing that's over housekeeping. You got some fruit history for me. It is now time for this week in history. This mysterious go this week in eighteen seventy Alexandra do moss died of the French. Author wrote such classics as the Three Musketeers. Kind the money we're Cristo and many many many more bucks. It's he said to have written over. One hundred thousand pages shorter life. Yeah you're jealous of this guy trying to catch Alexander dumb ass that's a joke in the shawshank redemption option. I think Duma's recycling library anyway. He was the grandson of a French ARISTOCRAT and a slave of African descent anti rose quickly to prominence through his endless talents as a writer and at time where few opportunities were given to people of his heritage. His novels were so popular. They were translated translated into over a hundred different languages and they were eventually made into over two hundred films counting. Can you imagine yeah But what I didn't know was that Mr Zuma's last book he ever wrote was actually a cookbook. He finished legrand dictionary cuisine right before he died right and it was published after his death in eighteen. Seventy three and he consider it his life's greatest work. How many films about cookbook? Two seven thousand not enough hundred film. I'll take Manhattan. It's based based on his book. You didn't you didn't know so. His cookbook takes an Alphabetic tour food from absent to zest and it's full of hundreds of recipes and stories and though his recipes are written without measurements which is how recipes were written written back. Then like think a pitcher this a handful of that It said to be worthy of being read as literature outside of just being read as a recipe book. The book includes recipes society gossip that's of culinary history and the writers meditations on hosting and entertaining like he has this whole aside about the correction correct number of people to invite to a dinner party. And he's like well. You know pliny the elder like to have this many people you know you shouldn't write this. Many people like science behind. Yeah to the number of people you have a dinner party for Optimum Fund ochre. Yeah which I really the magic number seven seven is good. He says six aces well up to twenty eight. You have all these different like breakdowns. But he was notorious and legendary for his. He's amazing dinner parties and he would even be in the kitchen cooking the food along with his folks like it's not just like he had good taste and food. He actually loved to cook so in the book. There's a recipe on how to cook an elephant a comparatively normal recipe apricot cream cheese. Hey Recipe for a dish made with sixty rabbit tongues an entry on salary which contains the claim that people in classical times used to wear it as crowns during meals to minimize the effect of Wind. Fuck does that word you know you. You know what I'm seeing that my head. I'm like yeah no that works how it affects wine the crown itself so is it any stupider than celery juice being detoxifying agent for your body. I just think we we should pour research into the salary. Crown isn't that Solit- Grand Dictionary Day. Cuisine is more than just a cookbook though Duma's meant it as an inquiry into Strana me as a whole and he wanted it to be used by enthusiasts newscast and culinary professionals alike all the entries covered ingredients cooking tools and even cooking techniques like for example an entry for the definition of dinner. He writes quote a major daily activity which can be accomplished in worthy fashion. Only by intelligent people it is not enough to eat to dine. There must be I com- conversation it should sparkle with rubies of wine between courses be deliciously swamped with the sweetness of dessert and acquire true profundity. Eh the coffee. I didn't know half. The words was profundity like profound Yes to say that in twenty dollars the man was for linguists he was he was the Eminem of thought of him from eighteen fifty five where he ah has his moustache shaved and the look on his face. I can only describe as profoundly modern up. Look on as I fucking love. It sued would have crushed on instagram. First of all he crushed in real life. Yeah he was like some of his thing if you locked him in a room with twenty twenty women like a sheet of paper a story to be written and a pen you given them an hour he would finish the story and had five of the women than an investor. That's exhausting. He was not shy. The book was a huge hit and it remained print in its original form and Till the nineteen fifties which is incredible in eighteen eighty two they had a petite dictionary came out with just the recipes for people who didn't WanNa read the huge Tom that was imprinting till the fifty s so both were on the market at the same time both selling very well in two thousand and five. They came out with an English version. The dictionary of cuisine cuisine and it was obviously edited an abridged and translated right into our lovely language of English. And it's on Amazon. Right now shutout to Alexandre Dumas snia dictionary cuisine vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to get ready for the the last week. BLUEGRASS quality meats recalled over sixty tons of bacon and Turkey products after the supplier notify the company of an undeclared allergen and soy so solely. All of a sudden. Just cut in and Bacon and Turkey. Yeah quality meats. Bluegrass quantity tell people that your company's good in the name Good Company Inc eight-plus a day. Just trust US INCO so why you're probably thinking what's the big fucking deal says soy well it turns out that that's actually a common common food allergy that can result in swelling. Even as of right now there have been no reported illnesses thus far but it is in a lot of products so I'm not going to list them here. If you have Turkey or Bacon in your fridge you should check the FDA's website sixty tonnes. That's a lot that's gonNA clog river in. This is so the dam for the River Soy Turkey. Back as I've done the the car mouth author tons suits to cars about two tonnes since about thirty Cardoso so they essentially recall the used cars lot lot worth of Turkey and Bacon well and if I recall correctly an adult elephant a right around six tons. So that's about offense. Yeah the Soy Turkey. Bacon guys recalled. That's not good all right. The fisheries are suffering enough. We don't need donate it'd be clogging up the recall river with the Turkey Bacon with the Turkey. Big Damn actually speaking of allergies. Let's talk about some cross-contamination last week. Class action lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of Florida claiming even though Burger King advertises Vegan Burger as meat. Free it's contaminated by meat meat byproducts because cooked same grow as the Burgers Lord Cross contamination is a serious issue especially for people. With food allergies. The responsibility falls falls. One hundred percent on restaurants use best practices wind serving food. So the patrons don't suffer a series allergic reaction dairy eggs tree nuts peanuts shellfish sweet. Soy In fish are all very common. Food allergies with exposure reactions can range from swelling or hives to having difficulty breathing or in the more serious cases death now with all that shit being said. That's not what the fuck this loss Naja. That sounds like some. These are vegans getting in their own way again. Love so not eating meat and pick people up here. We have a joke. If you've come to here you you are talks Michelle. What is a Vegan hate more than a meter other? VEGANS fucking hate each other so the lawsuit claims that the plaintiff plaintiff Vegan man goes to Burger King and orders the impossible burger but there was no sign edge in the drive through saying that the meat free option could be cooked separately. Even even though on Burger King's own website it says quote for guests looking for meat free option a non broiler method of preparation is available upon request West. So this fucker went. There didn't ask for a separate cooking thing and then his Ma Cup general did no research on his own. I see okay so how. I'm filled with questions. Let's breakdown products. So the do buys the Burger. Yeah in the drive through. And he's suing for and I read the suit. Filing quote monetary damages in the amount that he had paid to purchase is suing for like four dollars. Well I think it's a little bit. I think it's like six but yeah he's doing for like less than ten dollars and damn time it's frivolous is absolutely frivolous lawsuit includes several other customers claiming online that they've been duped by the vegan option. The suit doesn't say whether he ate the Burger not answer that. That's where my first question is is at. What point did you start being a pain in the S? I think he went there with the intention of being a pain in the Dick does on saying did he know God. I bet the cook says on a separate grill. I'm going to get them and I'm going to get these headlines like as soon as they give them the bag like you know. Here's here's your burger enjoy and he's GONNA fucking sue the shit out of Iguazu sequence so loaded and ready also another thing about this. I absolutely refuse to believe that Vegan went to a restaurant especially Burger King without doing uh-huh bunch of reading online research on their own because I partied being Vegan for those yard. Anybody who has a dietary restriction. Yeah whatever ever is it. Part of it is reconnaissance. Yeah that's part of your diet is it. You do research on where you're going to consume food because you don't you know if you've got food allergy elegy or Vegan vegetarian you keep kosher or whatever like you're going to check on the ship before you go somewhere right so I refuse to believe the she didn't know no going in like I think you're right I think he he's setting this shit. I was just being a pain in the ass and that's why everything is terrible. It is because when people like him are. We can't have nice fuck you. It's Bargar King how you can be mad at your in the drive through my. It's like how what what do you want. What do you want everything being an sure dude? But that's not the world we live in also fucking cookie burgers at home if you give that much of a shit. Don't go to Burger King the grateful that they have anything Vegan. Suing Burger King's fucking rich. Guide the rollout of the impossible bird has been a huge success. Aaron Burger King just supported their highest fourth quarter earnings in years. Now she vegans like the thing that I worry about. Wish it like. This is unintended consequences so this could scare other restaurants from carrying Vegan. Option is either they can't afford or they don't have the space for a second hot up so that there there is that the Vegan hartop and then you have the norm hotter. Yeah or are they just don't want to deal with the bad press. Yeah Yeah 'cause Vegans fucking raise hell everywhere. They go and Vegans love picket line. Oh they love a picket line. So then why would a restaurant afraid to offer vegan option. When they think there's going to be so which fire and fucking brimstone? They wouldn't even offer Vegan. Yeah is that what we want or are we letting perfect get in the way of good enough go. Oh back to that dude who started this lawsuit and go back ten years. Hey Man in ten years from right now you can drive through Burger King and get a Vegan Burger her and he'll be like oh amazing incredible and now he's like no good enough. y'All don't deserve progress. You don't deserve irving no no and Walsum begins are just out here crying in court about some non problems There are non vegans out here trying to really do some shit if you have a TV you have absolutely seen about ten million Espresso ads by now. There's no question about George George Clooney Ones George Clooney Penelope Cruz. They're everywhere the production quality. Oh it's like they're very low key sexual for sure. Oh Yeah but you might have asked yourself like I did. Why the fuck is George Clooney doing an espresso ad doesn't he have a bazillion dollars? Well as a matter of fact he's doing them so he can spy on war criminals hurt. I heard something about this. So he was arrested protesting outside the Sudanese embassy in two thousand twelve and then he gave a interview where Clooney admitted most of the money he he makes a special commercials. He directs towards something called the Satellite Sentinel Project which is a spy program. Surveilling Omar Al-Bashir the former Sudanese dictator. Who's been accused of countless war-crimes yet? This this wild he. He's been doing this for a while. That is just getting some. There was a twitter threat. I remember seeing that I was like what the fuck. Yeah so. He gave this interview to the Guardian in July two thousand thirteen and revealed all of this but for some reason twitter just suspected up last week. And now it's all over the place and Georgia's like in here for years of quote unquote. Most of the money I make on the so commercials I spend keeping a satellite over. The border of North and South Sudan to keep an eye on Omar Al-Bashir then Al-Bashir puts out a statement saying that. I'm spying on him. And how would I like it. If cameras were falling everywhere went. It's rich and I go well. Welcome to my life my life. Mr Warcriminal clinic continues continues. I want war criminals to have the same amount of attention I get. I think that's fair and I. It sounds like a fucking because on April eleventh of this year but sheer there was ousted in military coup and he's currently awaiting trial in the International Criminal Court. His thirty year dictatorship was marked by oppression genocide and just countless human rights violations. Yeah I remember the news breaking of his military coup. I didn't know he was in custody and somewhere jerk looney sipped on his presser pinky out and he's just satellites. I can't imagine a better youths for all that commercial money that George ORCs cleaner was making and definitely didn't need and I love that it was an espresso just makes it all the more delicious Yeah because people like like Jennifer Gardner and Samuel Jackson they have those capital one. No and when I see that I'm like a list celebrity doing you're like hawking high interest credit card. Yeah Jennifer what bills do you have. GENERAL SAMUEL CLEANING UP THE WATER IN FLINT. What are we doing with this extra money? 'cause I husband not buying a fourteenth house. Don't yours money George out here doing. He's Detroit Oh yeah. He's got a satellite spying on war criminals and one is in fucking it up for trial. Now I'm just saying I wonder where he redirected the nest. Pressel the satellite to pull it off line now. He pointed at trump over the White House. He's like there's some shit we don't so now I'm going to keep one clooney I out. That's really though like how much God damn money do you need before you're like well yachts. Don't do it for me anymore. They don't even hard. Yeah I've got a yacht on all the coasts only Cuomo I god four movies come out just this summer exactly and all this espresso. I'm getting probably freeness. Bresso machine caffeinated just fine. It fucking all jacket on caffeine. Oh well you know hats off to George Clooney way to be handsome and do some good work. Shutout the George Clooney manner. Hope he'd never. I thought here's some bad shit about him. I won't be real upset. He's one of those that you just never anything negative. There are no people who've worked. What have we made like the news? Brussels satellite pictures of his Dick from space. You know what he can satis satellites deck his business all right all right okay. Well I hope that's the worst thing that ever happened but when we get back. We've got Jay Barrichello onto talk about his new show. 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Aw there eleven piece set shop in store and online at national retailers like bed bath and beyond and macy's or you can visit Amazon Dot Com for more information. Welcome back to fort up a thug. Kitchen podcast most. y'All probably know him. From Judd. APP tells coming evade show undeclared but but we love Jay. Boris Shell for his role in the critically acclaimed series man seeking so good. He's also the voice that Hiccup on how to train your dragon. Most recently he started in the Moody's which is a holiday comedy series about a dysfunctional family who reunite for Christmas which is out now on Fox. J. Plays Shawn Moody Junior the oldest son. Who never left Tom and all the baggage that comes with that it is a God damn pleasure to have with us today? Jay Bearish L.. What's up? Dude how are you. Thanks for having me man. Thanks for being here. I have a quick story you and I actually met about nine years ago I duNNo. Isn't that your face is your like now because it's usually like yeah. You seem really upset or your your. I wasn't crabby. You were okay. Do you win the nicest one I've worked with so I I was was down. Yeah so we we were doing sources per. Yeah and I've seen you in passing a couple of times and exchanges polite we we were doing the press junket and forget the hotel that he was at but we were on the elevator and we were on the same floor as Rogan. He was there promoting. I think Green Hornet Hornet Rogan's on an elevator stoned to the bone and I'm on the elevator in next to me and we're going down in the elevator. Elevator stops on your floor door opens. You also is just bloodshot shoved muffin in your mouth and broke in just like it. Sounds about right like I liked you before. Yeah Yeah thank you very nice. Yeah that definitely sounds like an interaction. Yeah thank you. I'm glad to hear that. Yeah no that has the ring of truth to it. Yeah for sharing. That's yeah you were. You were always super sweet thanks. You've been great so it's surreal to have you awesome. Yeah well thank you very much. PODCAST nine years. Hey I'll I'll just hope I live up to it. We'll take your shit. I'm starting off on the wrong foot. Put their congratulations on getting married. Oh thank you very much. That's a big deal for it. Thank you she's getting married. I'm still single in. I'm watching all everyone around just like bodies dropping until like our late thirties. I'm thirty seven. I I got a year left anywhere else in America. We're all way too late. Yes sure yeah yeah. My parents had two kids time. I was there a third. So Yeah Yeah my parents do. They had had two kids and my mom had been married twice issue. Yeah my dad was on marriage three so now relationship marriage three excellent advice dad with three kids. That's a lot of a lot of moving parts. Yeah Yeah I'm just trying to pay rent. Let me let me live. Yeah no shit zone deal. Well speaking of kids and family on your new show. The Moody. Nice seamless professional ed until we drew attention to. How dare you on Fox? You played the one kid who never left home. Yeah yeah like legit not never left your hometown. Nevertheless no yeah. YEAH GARBAGE ELISA CARRIO SO relatable to everybody's family that's not your brother your cousin. Yeah there's always the one family member who failed to thrive. I have a theory and I I think I think the recent cared is resonant is because we all envy nv them. I everyone who's suffered from a sort of failure to launch or or a development that was arrested at all means that they're kind of still. Oh listen like they were kids and Fox them. I would like to be devoid of responsibility. Yeah so there's there's a bit of wish fulfillment I think involves there and like I. I'm very lucky that I found the job that I have because I have no skill set or education to speak of and so I think I very much would we this guy if if I hadn't fallen ours backwards into movies but he's not like even though he never left you know like you said like. He's the dumpster fire a character. He is the most likable. That's what I WANNA hear. Because everyone else is. They're all acting credibly selfish in pretending like they're not right. Yeah where's your character's like I know him about this is me. y'All know what I'm yes. You know where you stand now. He is incredibly honest and incredibly direct. And and that's like a super fun. You know I I guess I could say it to me. Get the best lines. Although I get the most fun stuff so do you have this great exchange with the father. We were just like you playing a game of chicken. All Band knows what it's fine sometimes when they're just being shitty for no reason to be like. Listen I'm the one taking care. Exactly careful AH. Don't look this gift horse in the mouth to clear knockoff diapers then. You're all day. Yeah if you're if you're lucky. Yeah but this was based off a Australians here yes I haven't seen the Australian series. I didn't know about until watching this one. Like what what do you think different with the American version set in Chicago. Yes yes so they told me not to watch the original one. Okay until we had done our show. I now having finished the show like a month ago I have no excuse for. We're not having seen here here. We Are you win. Some you lose some. They didn't have a family dog. They had a Koala. Yeah that's yeah that's exactly right. Yeah they were all surfers I I know for a fact my my Australian counterpart is like probably has better ABS. I things make much more of like a Alpha Guy I I don't know now I I know that I know that. In their show every episode was a year apart so they did every Christmas. Which is kind of interesting I am except for? I don't know how you age everybody appropriately. Ours is five days leading up to Christmas but yeah I have no idea. I know we stand on the shoulders of of what they did. And I know that a lot of people love their show and I'm probably disenfranchising those people but our show's coming out so enjoy it. It's really funny in in in the first episode. I haven't seen our show either. I should say I should be answering. Honestly I really haven't so I'm very very earnestly hearing you say that you like it and that means a great deal so I'm hoping to see him at some point today before it comes out we're watching the screener and I find myself like actually like laughing and I was like yeah you know what Actually Watch this amazing family dinner scene. It was like one of the first or second episode when everyone's like talking about all their dietary Shay a very like he's like. Oh I got them all back. Yeah and he's like no one can really technically eat anything anything. That's on the table and like a screener. I need to get Richard Jewel can wait now. Looks pretty good too man. It seems it seems it seems like a real screener. I still fuck with Eastwood. Yeah you and me both yeah. The mule was weird. I dug it man I I would like the he has multiple orgies another mullany Davidson breakdown of the mule. SNL L. was fucking. Oh it's stuff that they talk about the same thing and they're like yeah. Imagine being like this eighty something year-old director and you make sure you have to three ways. No Shit sure the lines. Somebody's like oh well you say mattresses. He's like a different actress. We got it. What are we? What are we making here? This is the mule. Yeah but honestly all anything he does watch. You may both be circling going back to extradited from you'll babies cartoon spinoff like in that scene like Zor holiday you fuck with every year. Oh absolutely our audience may not know you Canadian. Yeah Yeah Yeah so my mother When I moved out of the house she? She admitted to me that she pours cooking. She did it because she had to and she did a lot of it but she goes. I never enjoyed it. She's like I don't i. Don't get any satisfaction out of it. I like it when the food tastes good and I like the I like the eating eating part but she. She was like the mom from the Christmas story where she'd like. There's always call by the time she sat down and she'll she'll play that victim card however every year we all make great strides to try and help her and alleviate and she refuses to let anyone in the kitchen. So you get what you ask for it but I know so now this this all means that Christmas is one of the three days a year she cooks and and so we she goes to town so we do we do the did the big old bird Turkey like everybody else does Mashed potatoes Broccoli with cheese whiz potato salad granted horns with absolutely lutely cream corn and then here's where it gets Nishi and Canadian mustard pickle. ooh What does sound any but it south good. So and it's it's it's it's kind of more of an old timey like not even my mom's generation the generation before them. It's it's every year there's less and less jars of it on the shelves but it's basically just a jar of pickles and mustard and what it's really meant for. Is You put it on top of fish cakes and so because my mom's family from Nova Scotia so all of our recipes are all old Maritima recipes Scotia Halifax Discussion Wilsonville. That's where the school is your candidate. That's twenty five percent of our audio amazing as out and Nova Scotia is is dear to me. It's a it's a really special part of the world and I adore it and I adore the food there. And so I we have this like over hundred-year-old fish cake recipe. We make we make my mother makes and Fresno we put mustard pickle on top of their and then I had a lot of fish chowder and and a great deal of shepherds air every every conceivable. Kind of stereotype. Tea Biscuits to go. They know Canadian food gets a bad rap down here. ORG GETS totally ignored. Yeah it's a known. People aren't just aren't aware of it nine times out of ten for some reason. I don't know y but puts in seems to be the only one that anybody knows and don't get me wrong. I absolutely adore it I've yet to have a good one here. I don't know why we do like we. Chili Cheese fries is kind of a version of it. I remember being unsaid here so when we're doing knocked up. There's a you know a Shitload of Canadians onset. And so the craft service guy very kindly to make us all happy. One day did a Putin station so he had fries is gravy and cheese. Kurds and I just remember watching every guy that wasn't Canadian. Come by and be like gravy for fries. The right I mean I guess and I've seen it all yourself. Crazy is when you put on mashed potatoes potatoes for foxing catch chips. Everyone gets shipper catch-up chips but what do you put on Friday job point potatoes. Thanks guys almost the same thing. I don't know why Americans are fucking weird. They'll eat tater tots covered in case doe. No Question Gen. That's one thing but then all of a sudden they're like gravy a lot. Don't understand I I'll eat gravy with almost every meet fries are meant for Gravy I. I'll go so far as a safe rise light gravy better than ketchup. ooh And fries definitely like vinegar. which is you guys? Don't do because it's it's I don't know I mean I'm I'm from Texas and gravies very much the same down there you guys are white gravy their country gravy or put on everything down there in like I don't the story that Show loves talent about when I was visiting my family out here in California and they serve dinner and I think he was Fisher. Something me and my sisters staring at the plate. My aunt was like which wrong we said. Where's the salt? There's no kid acts untucked fucked up. Yeah Fair Fair enough vegetables and some dry meat. Yeah Yeah I'm with you I'm with you. That's not a meal not a meal. The rest of America doesn't seem to be swimming and gravy. Yeah not yet to their detriment. This country is falling apart. That's actually elephant in the room. Isn't it it's the lack of it. Isn't the return of populism populism. No it's the lack of gravy gravy. That would make everyone feel connected. Thanks so I'll say this bill gravy you care you worry less about universal health care or who's coming over that border then you're just happy. Fuck it come on guys. You actually started in one of our absolute absolute favorite shows of all time man seeking also. Oh thank you thank you so much we were we really. We asserted watching it and then we were visiting friends in New York and we wouldn't shut up about it so we stayed in. We didn't do anything when I knew the new season he combs. That's amazing really happy So critical acclaim but I feel like it was criminally criminally underrated. Definitely was it definitely was personally. I didn't think we would do more than a pilot. Too Good Weird who was brilliant. No it was like no no one had done that. So now who haven't seen man seeking woman. It's it starts with the break- everything about the break-up is so literal in the world in such a it makes it. There's like that Tim O'Brien quote that it's like sometimes that the fiction truth is yeah through becomes way more authentic vented that way and and you know and we kept feeling like we're on borrowed time after the first season are like well we got. We got ten out of. There's no way that what must do this again. Waited two more seasons which is pretty crazy because we thought we were borrowed time the whole time but but yeah I think it ends up. You know I show that goes as crazy as talking. dildos unsexy Aliens and literal wedding and Hell yes actual Dow ex girlfriend's new boyfriend literally. Hitler yes Hitler. Yeah God Damn No. I don't say you don't usually you don't get to do that kind of stuff and I was like. I'm I'm proud of every aspect. Does that show. And I'm like what's what's really cool. Is that like social. We made We made in Toronto and it was like truly like the best case scenario area of what can happen when you when you take really talented people from from Canada and put them together through talented pupil from the states. You know and and he's like most of our writers were American in but some of our directors are Canadian. Cinematographer was Canadian are all of our makeup effects. Were done by Toronto. Folks is incredible absolutely incredible credible. They're the same people. Do all the resident evil movies really. Yeah Yeah and you know and so and actually and for me because I've been acting since I was twelve and I started in Canada. These are all some of these are people that I've known for a long time. It's like the guy that Paul did all of our all of our prosthetic effects and all of our monsters monsters and creatures and stuff who does all the resin evil stuff. I met him when I was seventeen because he built a rig prosthetic leg. 'cause I I get all decapitated in this horrendous movie called Nemesis Game starring the TV Islander Adrian. Paul Yeah Yeah he did not like me but I understand but I understand why I is hard so sometimes he gave a line reading that I laughed at and I the and I I like some you know. Sometimes when you gotta go you gotta go. And I 'cause they discover my corpse strung up and and I and my head's kind of candidate the side and I've got this big preston thing on my neck and and so and I gotta play dead man and the first time and I know that like so. I can't see anything so I'm dead but I know that like I'm going to hear them shuffle. And you hear them say something. I'm here one of them. gasped were realizing that they see me and then just my job is just be dead the whole time. And so I hear Shuffle Shuffle. All right it's going to be coming soon as he. How's he going to react to me and I just hear him go? Oh I and I and I started laughing. I started laughing. I was is like a university of inspiration yielded average now in fairness that might have been what was written bud who says like a letter Kenny. Kenny Nadine eating trash. That's what I wanna hear things. That are good. Yes that letter Kenny's very good. Have you gotten to me on there yet. I play I play a guy called heart rate Jay I I wear I wear Khakis carry a Tiki torch. Oh Ah that we're pretty came on from two two years ago. Okay okay. I kind of find out that the you know the letterkenny chiefs are changing their name and so I come protests. PC's and I know Kaunda protest that into route rows all of our young young white males. Ah Very well for me. Just just say that we all if you've ever wanted to see a bunch of Tiki torch. dudes get their asses handed to him by a bunch of pissed off natives. So Yeah Ah Yeah. That's why I love that. Show is because they take those moment. Yes cultural like what. If we beat the shit yeah that's right also show an and which we need more in this country that people can be progressive from all different kinds. You can you and that's something. I've tried to communicate to people for a long time. I'm that like so jared key so who plays Wayne and writes most of it like there are thousands of guys like him that are that can keep pace. He's smoking and drinking and playing hockey and can fight with anybody who are actual Liberals Yahoo and and in Oklahoma and you know if the two who are mutually exclusive thoughtful like engaged. People you know they have their women's studies groups that stereotypical sort of Redneck Act. But they need you redneck. Expect them to be a certain political and they used to be once upon a time especially down in the South Texas stuff that like that was a bread and butter democratic country. And Somehow fucking swing. Man It doesn't make sense. It seems a poor people should vote for the party. That looks after them anyway. But I I remember watching the first season of AH Kenny. I was like Oh this is Texas Tech Sanity perpet- Trailer Park Boys Letter because because those guys exists in every country. Oh we love to the parkways when we were in Nova Scotia actually we were on a panel and Leuthi also thank you and back to your show done again. The Perot this morning coffee to copy So a lot of the shows the interactions between you and your siblings. I'm how much did like your relationship with your own siblings kind of informed. I know I'm the eldest. Yeah I'm the eldest. Oh God knows a every single bloody ear. I I still get annoyed at my sister. Because she you know she has. Is this great thing of like She waxes romantic about our traditions. And how much she looks forward to put up the tree and Shit and then we'll get down to doing it and without without fail. It always ends up just me. MOM does the first quarter of it then he goes well. I just like to see my kids. Happy so then. She backs off. And then my sister's like I I just like watching and then it's me so which is fine and without fail every single year. My sister tries to always put on a movie to watch. While we're doing it and it's always always been a Christmas story. She is convinced she has a revisionist history problem. where she's convinced? We washed them up. It's Christmas Carol every year and we just didn't also actually untrained ISA. Just fucking give up and grow up and move on that. She's been sales underrated. It's a good movie very good holding Kinda. Does that too absolutely as you were saying that I was like. Yeah it's my. I'm the youngest being and my dad like putting together like the Christmas village and the you guys do the village to yeah. We Got Snow Village thirty years and counting and like I wanNA know like the origin was like where did this begin because is it. We didn't all just have this right. It was like someone bought a ceramic house and that started on an. That's right that's exactly right and then it was just like well. Let's get some some fixed ceramic and we had thirty opportunities to curb this right and for this to just be something that's on an end table and we decided no. I want this to be a lifelong project of city that we build every Christmas we grow. I'd always like we don't know where I don't know if someone gives them to us because by the entry way does your village of name. Do you have a backstory creative where we don't we at the my family we have. We have Baxter when I was a kid. Yeah as you put in the little people in the village you gotta come come up with like so we had like we had an actual Santa Claus and the town square that was giving gifts the keys and shit like the secret. Santa who's the Real Santa and he was in disguise and he was wearing like a turncoat coat because he wasn't Christmas Eve yet being cognitive. Okay Yeah Yeah it was. Yeah we clearly didn't grow up with porcelain village on. It's it's your shit and fifty two or something. What the Hell's IT 'cause one company that makes they'll all the tables? Yeah my my family. We have just like super trashy like ornaments we have to on the star so one year they did at Carl's junior like if you bought a certain number of the coaster near star Rudolph Age. We have have Burger King Simpson's dolls. Yes and I just found out my mother-in-law's house she's trying to get rid of a bunch of crap. And this this is like an w root beer bear ornament ah plush Awa ornament your opponent. What's it's the foot? Why are we is brought to you by Carlos? Someone listening probably has a domino's ornamental. Oh Yeah Yeah. What is there a video game or seven up? The have enough video game may have had a video game. There is a seven game fido Daito it was essentially. Sonic more little red dots. You know this is actually sonic that made money for Coca Cola. What a straight you're right? The Noida had game on Nintendo Udo in Mar.. Hey that aged terribly west back when I was thinking about that because I was I was on annoyed. Kick three days ago back. When when every pizza franchise felt obligated to deliver in thirty minutes or less what world was that ever a smart business model now? Ebbing traffic isn't just like a new teenagers. Like these pizzas. Let's not the navy seals datsuns and just racing against time. I wonder who started that because it was definitely one chain and then the other day they said forty five minutes will do it in thirty corporate. That did it. Meanwhile someone on the ground is like what the fuck are they doing the thirty like other drivers. He's like we're doing thirty. Four right now. Breakneck like royal fucking beatty in the kitchen just broke RIPTA's hands-on the I love those decisions. You can absolutely tell we're made on a corporate level absolutely the people making decisions and other people on the ground executing that shit. Yeah no that's like. Every day the grocery store I worked at a grocery store for a long time and I love to talk about it. It comes up you must have seen some shit. Oh my God for eight years. I worked at a grocery store. People are brutal and you don't know the number of the people who leave dirty baby diapers in grocery carts is it's an astronomical problem. I worked at multiple locations. This is a huge issue. Really you wouldn't. There's a universal epidemic and you don't get paid enough to. I can't imagine you do. She would tell me these horror stories about we're GONNA grocery store and she'd he'd be like reasonably upset. Yeah Day my whole life but yeah and I would die laugh. Mike Pupil or monster. That's it's like my friend who is a mover with his uncle. Seventeen Oh my God you want to see people at their worst move them Hewish blow my mind about like he says how many times it come to a house. Ready to move it and people wouldn't have even not packed anything coming. Just be watching. TV breakfast it'd be like okay. Guys have added doors the owner of the harsh. It I don't under. We've I had friends who they've like. Oh move and we've shown up to their house. Same Shit I was like well. He told me he was doing a he went from one. Third Florida another third floor and they carrying a fridge that they just like duct taped. They didn't take anything out of the fucking fridge. and He'd been unplugged for hours waiting for the new and so he goes something like half of those stairs. I just feel something on my foot looked out of the free. No leashes for who knows what it was US get through. I went to a friend's place here in La to help him move. And I got I got there first thing in the morning coffee and BAGELS for everybody. And I'm like hey so when's the truck here. They're like well it's not truck and I'm like so we're putting this in our cars were moving. He Goes No. It's just downstream offer. Fox we and we walk into WHO's -partment they're still in the drawer packed. who had like four loose tires in an apartment as another friend? I stopped agreeing agreeing to help ensure the worst one I ever heard my friend said him and his uncle. I'm just telling someone else's anecdotes stories. He it moved this guy out of an apartment An apartment that clearly. The guy didn't live in because all that was there was boxes and boxes of Love N.. T of t shirts and brochures of AIDS is manmade and Bush did nine eleven. That's all that was in. The house was t shirts and brochures curse of of AIDS propaganda weird stance try. Not you're not trying to strike up conversations with all the clients. I don't think our or the guy that move this they move this fucking skinhead had and when he moved his couch over there is this bloodstain. Hardwood floor the couch. had been covering man. Yeah and you're like I'm not GONNA have it. Just are you just act as stupid as fucking. I pretend I with illiterate his headphones. Pretend pretend that he couldn't hear on the pretend that corn was playing. Because you don't want them to start comes rope in this shit right brother brother Hell no yeah. He told me more than once they move. This one girl who both times had cops one time the cops are there the time she was just real squirrelly both times it was because she was like my boyfriend is doing that so we go real quickly. Because he's I'm not going to be happy and when he sees me is like I'm going to be the guy carrying her shit out in the hallway. Look the new earth also like she knows how to pick up this keeps had. This happened to her more than once but I liked it. She's like they nailed it. I don't WanNa do too good Jon Man Jay. We can talk to you. Yeah I know you got you got places to be Mac. Moody's out now seeing Moody's it's fucking funny. Thank you thank you. I hope it is. I maybe might might be watching it in an hour. got a very cute dog on their to shout out off that dock in real life. I Have Dogs Deaf Khalili Deaf and blind to one. I looked so happy to be this wonderful just so so have support dog that like anytime. Anybody walked anywhere it it would get out because I was as surprised how this movement thank you thank you for having me capricious. y'All that is our show this week. We'd like to take a moment to thank our sponsors. Bring this podcast your free every week especially our friends runs over it. Allan advanced on cookware. Please go and support them because they support us and as always we'd like to think Frank Verzosa for the theme music this this week. He was joined by parliament avowals. I don't know if you could hear that on the track but it sounded perfect. Hope Frank Listens. Everyone just escalating his live performances. Well of course he listens every week. 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Hot Takes: Leftovers, Cookie Crisp and Astronaut Friends

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Hot Takes: Leftovers, Cookie Crisp and Astronaut Friends

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on Apple podcasts. And podcast one podcast. One percents up kitchen podcast. The show that is does food politics and pop culture all trying to give a fuck and now for your host. Shell Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to forked. Up Your Go-to podcast for all things science sitcoms and SMOOTHIES Matt Holloway and Michelle Davis. Today we're covering the criminals station of poverty. The extinction of mint and sandwiches are still trying to kill you very upbeat stuff. Still trying to kill so stay tuned jobs about to get forked up. Sharpen those knives. Its fourth out of the kitchen podcast. What's up mother fuckers? How are you Michelle? I'm hanging in there. Yup Yup. Yeah nothing interesting. I wish I had some some good stuff I bought Bauza Gun. I'm arming the animals. Yeah I got this giant as nerve gonNA launches tennis ball when you say giant Buca sized. It's big Macara that it's like bright blue so it's clearly not a threat okay. Some White Dude walking around the park with gone. I'd like no dude. It's like a tennis ball on the inside. And then launches it so huge. I like tennis ball. The boxer came in was sizeable. Break that bitch down. Have you guys played with alonside it in my apartment. Big Mistake that ball. That ball went off like sixteen walls gossip power behind Kazaks. Lost fucking mind and the thing is when the ball when it hits on impact lights up all these different colors. He's in heaven he it's like he just found out like his dad wasn't his real dad but he was actually the son of King and he the whole life before anyone to go live with his King Dad now and you look at the people who turned him over texted me they were like or keep them like this. So we're happy and I just I left. That read. Can't say something Nice. We don't don't say nothing. Listen I don't know you anymore blocked reported so that's all that's going on a lot of Bosnia activity gun from my my my dog Huska. Good what's up you So I went on so many of you know this. I'd never had any social media before us. You know and our brand and everything like that and then even the social media. We have now like I interacted on it as has a brand like not sure person and so for whatever reason my guy. Gus last night decided to show me facebook. They were like Oh piling his account. Yeah he was like let me just show you what it's like to like on and look at some of this shit and whole we'll fucking let me let me just say as somebody with fresh eyes coming onto your from the outside looking in guys. That is the fucking Cesspool. y'All like you all need to get off like holy shape or here's the thing. I think that facebook kind of replace those short form blogs thanks a lot of people just repose stuff and they don't even like add like why are you like advertising for people for free. What are you doing? I unders- I posted lybrand. They're like like they like well. One one guy posted like a he might have been chick-fil-a but he posted thing he's like. Oh this place is good. Oh no shake shack. Did He. Tagum just posted like pay it. It was shake shack page website and it was like. Why are you advertising shake shack? You're not getting fucking a dollar you. You don't get a gift card. Like what are we doing people. What could that gentleman do that brainpower that he took his phone out of his pocket while he was his shake shack? Sure he's like you know I'm a I'm a facebook lake. You know looking at it for a while. Oh like all of this stuff has been normalized like everybody's doing us no ashamed to like one individual like everybody. Well it's like we all like everybody has to have like their personal brand and facebook very much highs and and we're like we're getting really loose and with terms like survivor and Kerr -rageous an over coming. It's just like we mean just people were posted like little shit like just like like you know. My wrist is still sore or but I'm a survivor and if fish what are you talking about like do we need this elevated language. Like there's real hard stuff going on on like a board. Yeah obviously then like we all have that narrative of some sort of like like hardship in your life that you had overcome the survivor is a straw things. But I would never yeah. You don't even have a fucking account. It was just really interesting. Does he like us by the way office. But it doesn't matter who it is where the part of the country all facebook's books like that guys. I don't think we need your your become in late. Delete facebook yeah. Well I thought and I said now for me I got rid of mine fucking long like nine years ago. I know you had it when we first met. It was like a maybe two years after it was like exclusive to colleges or whatever 'cause started yet have like a college an email address in college I didn't even have a college email because San San Diego states dot. Edu Now you have to pay like extra money. And I was like I'm not GonNa do that. Hotmail and then Jimmy came along it was invite only had to delete your angel fire account my hotmail. God I still wanNA email hotmail at hotmail dot com. See who that guy is. Somebody locked down. I know what I don't. If you're listening the hirose of the Internet's fuck and I've been thinking about you too. If you if hotmail at hotmail contacts us we'll give you a shot knife. I'll give you you win. The Internet don't even have to be a hotmail judge or no. I want to see this though various do it anyways anyway. Let's give us some food history. It is now time this week. It food history. Who Serious Gourmet shoot? I write to this. This week's food history is more of a where are we now in terms of Fruit chicken. It's a food check working on some historical problems that we've had for a long long time that do relate to the food industry so stay with me. By the end it will make sense. Occur all right so debtor's jeters presence extra Charles Dickens like locking you up because I am old time you should well. Apparently they're still around in Mississippi and they're making people people who work in the food industry so Miss Mississippi appears to be one of the only states. Actually the only state where judges lockup people for an indefinite the amount of time while they worked to earn money to pay off court ordered that so this could be anything from Lake You stole one hundred dollars out of the Czech Stan Dan while you were working at Ralph to your car guy you know e and then it just a crude up. It could be all kinds of things and while there is no comprehensive data You know legal. Experts study finds say Mississippi is off on. Its own doing doing this. Shit sure a handful of states like tried to implement these restitution programs in the nineteen seventies tried to bring him back but they all abandoned them quickly because they were expensive and ineffective. But you don't Mississippi said Nah. Nah We're going to keep doing this shit so basically can't can't pay what you owe and court fine. We're GONNA lock you up for being poor fucked. Yeah so judges. Mississippi have sentenced hundreds of people a year to four restitution centers around the State and some of these restitution. Centers are basically like old hotels and motels that they've turned basically into these. This kind of prison situation. They surround them by a barbed wire. And all the stuff that you or is it owned by the state while they're sending them. I'm to a private as companies. Run them but like the properties owned by the state. You're ordered to stay there until you pay off your court fees and fines or restitution victims so that tracks the levels of crime in money owed varied wildly so the Marshall Project who I got a lot of my information from. They tracked down two hundred people who'd been confined there as of January first of last year and almost all of them had suspended sentences meaning. They did not have to go to prison but yet they're still in this like prisoners is so it's like a prison. WHOA I mean it? Basically is a Presen- except that you get to leave to go to work and we had to come back and the I imagine they probably arranged for that transportation and all that. Yeah but guess what you fucking have to pay for it and half the people living in these centers had debts of less than three thousand dollars. So you're like okay so they'll get out fast. That'll be sure. No so. People spent an average of at least four months and after five years at these centers working for private employers. I earn enough to satisfy the courts. Meanwhile their costs these people who already had these debts kept accruing because they have to pay for room and board transportation into the jobs you know like the shuttle bus make them take and our medical care. Houses legal doesn't feel legal and they don't get paid he'd much so workers at the centers make an average of six dollars and seventy six cents an hour in take home pay and almost all of that goes right to pay for their other court ordered that they get like ten dollars a week in walking around money wolf and then these private companies. This like locked in workforce that can't Goshi eight can't you can't show up late can't talk back lake can't take vacation like fucking sexual harassment. Like what are you going to do nothing. Now you're in prison light. Yeah but just a quarter of all the money earned by inmates actually went to pay the restitution. All the went. All the rest of it it just went to like the corrections department and to the courts but not toward their their specific debts. You're at six dollars and seventy six cents an hour. Only a quarter of that it is going towards their debt. Just seems while you're also creating more debt having to say in these like debtor's prison Mississippi wheel do an inaccurate confusing record keeping by the state makes it hard for workers to know if they're making progress towards paying off their debt at how soon they're going to be released so they don't even know no so it's not that you can't payment meant plan like with your car is going to work here for sixteen months. Yeah Yeah I have no fucking you can't and you can't get the printouts. It's impossible for them to tell how long they're going to work there so they don't know if it's going to be four months or four years. Listen I would expect this from China. I will not not expect this from American. And where are these people being forced to work places like Sonic Shadow. Checkers checkers even still around it. It Mississippi jangled places like that. They also have to work in slaughterhouses. Dude Yeah and doing manual labor on a lot of agriculture alter in agribusiness Mike hardly and they have no say in their hours their positions Q.. Magin five years working in a fucking insurers. Yeah Dude I knew just your. It's like a one of the women who they gave an example if she was sleeping seven women or hotel room at this hotel that had been turned turned into this restitution center and cheese. Seven women's Lebanon one-room one mirror to get ready every morning to go to work. You know it's one hotel bathroom around seven women. And then she's just getting shuttled back and forth to her job again. I would expect this. NHL No yeah and they don't know when they're getting out are they making iphones in this book and embarrassed and although this should come as no surprise the system. Disproportionately affects people of Color own sure and it has direct links to chain gangs Labor in the state nine so much of the economic system in Mississippi was reliant client on free for low wage labor. And you know the powers that be in that state have found a way to continually make that happen and they're still doing that not with these restoration center's so You know the population of Mississippi is about thirty eight percent. Black and black people are overrepresented representing these restitution centers accounting for forty nine percents of all inmates and sixty set of all people in prison. Emphasis Bet did if you looked at the crime. Data due to the disproportionate committing prime right. That's a fucking bummer. It was the name of this project that you Marshall Projects to go. Yeah I mean this is only skimming the surface they have. They did such an in-depth report on this. And how I mean how would you ever pull yourself out of poverty If you went in there Eh. One Guy got arrested for meth charges. And then somehow his debt while he was imprisoned ballooned up to eighty thousand dollars for math. Listen a Methadone have eighty dollars. Yeah live alone work. Six dollars and seventy six cents an hour for a quarter of that to pay off your eighty thousand dollars. Oil also finds like that's you are in jail for the rest of your trump. Yeah this is a financial track. Yeah I yeah and the Year of these people have families like you're never knowing when your mom's coming home or your dad's coming home or any of these things like you have no life you are basically really an indenture event. Yeah exactly and you have. You don't know when you're done. Yeah do when you wrote so I encourage everybody to go. Check this US out on the Marshall Project sippy go VOCA damage. She should yeah. No and the more people are aware of this the Komo impetus Mississippi House to get shit together. Boma food who's rude sorry heavy I couldn't for an indefinite amount of time like new paragraph. What's horrifying yeah? And it's like you're in those conditions near Shannon of room. Which is I'm sure not a nice room with you? Know a half dozen other people people and then you go into a fuck in sonic and it's not I do life life. Yeah and it's like you're working off to like pay the business S.. Maybe that you defrauded or anything like we should. Any company participates in should be boycotted. Yeah it's fucking one of the is subsidized the government's it's like if you use this labor like well I don't I don't know if it's just one. Sonic owner that they interviewed. said that he'd have trouble keeping his business afloat with this. Yeah the shouldn't exist yet. Remarking fucking ridiculous anyway Rodney fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to get ready for. Aw Aw may remember a couple of weeks ago. When distributed lapore foods recall Promo- fresh grab ABS- sandwiches due to field samples testing positive for steria? These are those pre made pre cut. Grab and go sandwiches that you most commonly find a gas stations Bodega. Do you like a room. Temperature eggs in Mayo made five days ago. The sandwiches your fucking month. What is that audience? Man I gotTa Know Region for well this week. The FDA Nelson expanded recall nearly every v Line of fresh grab and promote sandwiches across twelve states. A Reminder Listeria most commonly affects children elderly and those with weak immune in systems side effects include headache fever nausea diarrhea and can cause miscarriages in pregnant women. There have been no reported illnesses but like I mentioned in the Pari recall because I believe two weeks ago. Listeria is almost never diagnosed despite affecting thousands of American each year. There's just like Oh you have the shifts. Yeah the headache. I don't WanNA touch it. Cal Tech despite affecting thousands of Americans each year with hundreds of those those cases resulting in death so they just they doubled down recalled. Better time to get a gravity. Go Sandwich that right now. Mid Recall is what books on expanded recall. I was thinking because we had had at this. The outline can we just cancel these sandwiches. Can we just ban them. Yeah Yeah like if the initial recall and then they're like this is all. The suspect. Mother was made January. They're not that much cheaper than a five dollar foot long at subway which I have my problems with subway but they are certainly better than that than we're we're does so way not exist. Yes I can't remember. I told you I had subway in the middle of New Mexico at a fucking truckstop. That had a massage parlor in it. So aw fuck it was rough stuff. I don't know I was like over here. I'm going to get a get a sandwich next to this very very often. Massage Parlor definitely not creepy at all but it sounds like our recall river. Just got a bunch of coconuts added to the beaver dams and there must be next level. You know what I think the The triangle sandwiches now. I think they're like rafts. Just a bunch of fire down there. Bologna Sandwich illustrator. And you listen to our. Please draw the recall river at this point with all the crap that we've added to. I would fucking love to see the while you ready for some fresh news. Doubts news while keeping in step with all my upbeat news this week oh boy. US peppermint is fucking dying. That's why I said. The news was fresh sea. We get it like it was fucking. It was joe nor I got it with the bomber new story. Yeah man it was like my heart is dark Mike Searching. We're reading different news sir. So if you've ever planted a garden you know that any kind of meant you put in the ground. We'll legit take over your whole yards aggressive. Yeah that should spread. Add up runners like feet from where you planted at shore. The middle one was like. Is this comment. Yeah and you can tell that yard not it'll come back yes later. Even if you don't want it to be planted some meant in a container trying to contain it still busted through the bottom of the container into the ground round and now there's just fucking men all over the place fine problem but of course despite all this commercial peppermint is in danger in the US. Immune yeah so what's going. After a mint an incurable and deadly fungus called the trim wilt which infects plants by latching onto their roots and stems like anchor actually blocking the flow of nutrients and water. It's okay it's choking him out and once a field is infected disease can lay dormant in the soil for over a decade effectively rendering all the ground. DADS can come back. So if you're like we've been in the mint family for generations like we're GONNA have to skip one fucking done and think about all the things that have meant in them chirp toothpaste chewing gum everywhere. And everything you even. If you don't like Mitt you take you probably everyday didn't like your effervescent wakeup shampoos. It's everything so obviously. Researchers here's are desperately searching for a cure to this wells and manufacturers of mint are trying to find farms abroad to use their products and and then agribusinesses are trying to make a synthetic mint which right now is super expensive and disgusting. So why does this keep happening plants. We love you. I'd be wondering. Apparently government is exactly like bananas which we've covered in a different remember single source. So so that's right. All peppermint comes from one parent plant in the US just like bananas which has left it wide open for diseases so it's not like it's it's a salt lake. There's a father plant and these are the sons and daughters. These are these are these. Are Incest plants themselves. So all All peppermint in the US is from one plan. One plant just like all bananas are from one Banana Tree right because you know homogeneously. Yeah what could go wrong. So peppermint is not its own species. It's actually a unique hybrid of two other events Waterman and spearmint and like most hybrid Fun like Mules. They can't have offspring. They don't produce produce viable seeds. Yeah they're stem base yet. So so you might see peppermint seeds like for sale on Amazon and Lake Home Depot and stuff. That's not real. It's fair Oh word. I didn't know that because I have seen them I. I didn't know that was a lie. It's actually by the plan. Yeah peppermint can only be grown by the rootstock of other peppermint plants and because of that from this plant and its doesn't reproduce. The cat crossbreed it with other kinds of meant that are resistant to this. Welt which is what they usually do in this situation when a plant becomes susceptible to some kind of bacteria or virus there like. Oh we'll just find another apple tree that on just replace that little ability. But they can't do that just like they can't do it with the bananas. And so we're GONNA lose all of our fucking peppermint bananas. What's next chocolate? Probably a black and this is why we need variation yes this is why I like homogeneous in the food. Space and agribusiness is fucking terrible all of the cows in the US are related to fuck it. What six cows six cows all bananas are the same fuck of banana? And Almond is the same guys shits fucked so hopefully science can solve. If this problem at created will actually have some good news out of science. Apparently were consuming less calories than we thought so mostly. I'll probably pay attention to your calorie count. But I'll bet y'all know how we actually begin measuring calories William atwater nineteenth century. American chemists came up with a system to calculate food energy based on fixed calories to each gram of carbohydrate protein fat so essentially what they did is they. Put these people in these airtight rooms and then breath and just Kilda Elda. They controlled every aspect of like oxygen flow to carbon monoxide output. Like like every single thing. Thank you very controlled full lab rats. Yeah exactly and they measured food intake exercise and metabolic energy and these calculations became the foundation of how we measured caloric intake today. Oh so we haven't got back at check our work. You're saying we have but not extensive okay but but now scientists building on atwater research and learning that or probably consuming fewer calories than we actually think the study's being done by the US Department of Agriculture team of research physiologists museology. They're focusing on how the body process is different foods. More specifically nuts David. Bauer explains the thing about fiber is mammals kit digestive adjusted but until we disrupt the plant so ball. We can't get what's inside the plant cells that's with protein fat and carbohydrates located. That's what drives me crazy. yseult about a by these like artistic foods that have whole flax seeds in them do. Your Body can't digest whole flaxseed. So so you're just throwing him in there for looks and I'm just going to ship them out whole poop in amount. I do not. Don't give this to me if I can't I dress fucking bonkers walker anyway charge extra for its headed out. Yeah Fuck you guys. Bauer goes onto. Explain the because nuts contain so much. Ah The energies being passed. Digestive system on us just like Michelle mentioned and scientists have concluded that nuts have a lower bioavailability than than we previously thought. Meaning just because you're consuming. It doesn't mean that you body retains. Yeah Yeah just. Because you're eating something with a bunch of calories as I mean your body's absorbing serving all the calories therein and this is we've talked about this in previous episodes but the whole thing with people that are upset with protein. You know if you're like oh I you know I consume consume hundred milligrams a protein shake or whatever. Great Good for you. Your body's only consuming thirty grams of that you can assure shitting seventy grams is a protein. Yeah congratulations I mean. It's just like when people take a lot of vitamins and then. Up Like neon green yellow is your body nut processing all the remainder the vitamins. Well even with some nuclear calculation as being lowered by twenty percent is actually no other nutritional calculation this change so like fiber protein like all that same calories lowered mixed nuts having a comeback back to grab a fistful. These nuts fucking chato. We'll be back in a moment with more worked up a thug. Kitchen podcast cast. Hey everyone asks Daniella Monet and Andrew Gardner we couldn't be more excited to announce our new weekly podcast adulting adulting like a mother father. We'll be here with you every Tuesday on the direct message network on podcast one to fill you in on the good the bad and the baby so okay please come join us. And let's get through this as a team. Subscribe to our channel and Apple podcast and sign up for our show news alerts podcast one adulting lake a mother father father. Welcome back to fort up a thug. Kitchen podcast so I thought this would be a great opportunity right now. Introducing a new segment That feels like an old segment. 'cause we do it all the time. I never had a proper announcement for occur. Hot takes drew yesterday. Okay so we'RE GONNA share a couple of our off the dome opinions on all student dining so matt. You don't know what I'm going to say was I want we're gonNA lightning round this. These are my opinions. Ochre some of these. I would like to hear what your thought is right off the dome ready dry cereal. Let's better than wet. Cereal depends on cereal name one. That's better milk. It's been years since I've had it but cookie crisp wrong long. Cookies are better than what cookies dude in like you are wrong. You're taking the milk and cookie combination. Now you might as well just put it in. A blender Lindor smoothie negative cookies movie did cookies and milk smooth now. That's a different thing. I'm saying all dry cereal. All cereals. Better handfuls unfolds. Out of the box agree with you on things like shredded wheat because as soon as that thing looks ah next to milk it starts to fall apart. The you're you're drawing. A hard line said yeah. I'm saying that there is a spectrum. Better profits better dry. Yeah I know so cornflakes also better dry. Yeah absolutely sure. But I'm I'm saying that. I think that there is a spectrum. Raising brand is better dry. Okay I need something to wash it down when it's in the milk. Yes I'm fucking right. Ochre hit me with another one. Okay this is what I want. I want your opinion on this. What you think MHM? What do we think about people who blow their noses into cloth Napkins at restaurants all the time? See nobody ever talks about got it. It's usually I'm going to say it's older White Dude's ninety five can if I can't take my plate that I don't want them to rinse backup to the buffet line. You cannot blow your nose in your Napkin and then just put it on the table and you know having been a servant you just grab it all the stuff on table. I didn't even think about grabbing a snot. What Yeah How many times have you seen this countless as I like the like when they reset the next table after they've cleaned their one? It's really just a wet rag just smear in the snot across the table. Good for you if you don't blow your nose at the table. Go the bathroom. especially if you're out to eat like if you're at home in his truck like a AH bathroom nasty. We read a very nice nor the other night matt excused himself to go far in the restroom. You only know that goes back to the table. I announced gentleman. It was a very fancy dinner. Misfire wasn't nerves serves food I think it was like all the gastronomy darn got my gut going it was a course meal and I'm not. I'm so uncomfortable in these virus. Because he's not the environment conference. I don't know how to act on what types where the only rule I know when it comes to extra civil wars you work from the outside and that's the only rule I know side now one time we're out to dinner some place and they didn't get. It was nice that it was with people we didn't know and that was so uncomfortable and they didn't give him a water glass sweat through the whole wouldn't ask her wine and he wouldn't being rude and I thought he was going to live university. And then I'll I'll tip extra. They were great. Yeah I think you'RE GONNA cry. Why'd you tip 'em forty percent that he didn't give you WanNa let go? There were sweet. Good I just you know. I don't want to bother them. They're busy okay. So blowing your nose and a cloth Napkin at a restaurant and you should be arrested. Okay let's see if you blow your nose in a cloth Napkin restaurant you should you go to prison light where you have to work sonic and you have to you have to wear the rollerblades for for six months I okay. Here's another one serving leftovers two guests without telling them the leftovers so you invite them on over to your house for Dinner Okay and then gene and then use a spectrum but like not like lazy friends come over watch the game like I got some food and differentiate like hey next Friday come over to my house cleaner Eh. Dinner occur right and then you serve them leftovers. This appropriate announce them left Germans on the food. It just depends depends on the food now if you have already had that tray of food warm and out for other people also how leftover is it. When was the last time you any amount of leftover and without telling people like Oh hey like we had some rice left over from the wedding like why did you guys come over and help us finish it? You're fucking fine but if I come over to your house house to help you eat leftover soup from three days ago like what the fuck are you doing. Soup is on that the one end of the spectrum of fuck no is is what I would say. Why are you serving leftover soup? Did you know and here might be pizza. No one's was mad about pizza. Ever Leftover Pizza. I don't care fuck it. Listen I'm not saying I would do it but I'm just saying you're you're some among friends who. I'm sure have done this to me because they give me my plate. I don't I don't get to go to the kitchen and see where the food may or may not who created you. Take time out of your busy life to go over to your friend's place. Maybe you bring a six pack of beer and Wine Jer. Okay and you go over. There are an they give you two slices amount above warmed up pizza that obviously old because it's hard the edges. I wouldn't be mad about it. Yeah I would be my say something I'd be like are these leftovers and they're like No Way to do things for the leftovers. They need to have a conversation already going home. You got announced that no you gotta and outset yeah. I would never do that but I could again. Shame the Bachelor friends have invited me over your father. I've know that I've had leftovers. And they haven't told you can taste it that I'm like like a little bit of this is still cold but it's just fucking bad. Manners Yano agree. I don't think this should be a hard align insane about it. You consequences somebody doing that to you. I'll be like no I do. Do you rethink friendship. I like what now. I don't trust you when it comes to say and what. We're eating the same friends who are like. Oh no come more for dinner at six and you get there and they started cooking at six and you're like why that this would miss me off even more because it has happened has happened recently. Happened frequently do not invite me over to tell me that we're going to eat at five five and a quarter to five. I've brought my dishes. which are still warm and your ass is doing prep and then when offer to help a prep because we do it and we're fast you kick me out of your kitchen? You'RE GONNA know us go relax. I'm like this would be so much fast. If you just give me and then what time do you eat eight o'clock nine now and I'm starving hours later and then the move is like I'm GonNa Eaten Bounce. Yeah like at that point because I plan only even eight thirty anyway so if I'm wiping if I'm wiping my mouth at eight twenty five. Taking in the kitchen almost stretching called a night I mean the don't be doing properly when you said there'd be food on the table. I feel like that the same anything. It's like you invited me over for a home cooked dinner Rosalyn. Don't kick me out of the kitchen but I'm saying same thing with leftovers is like you invited me over for a home. Cook Dinner uh-huh and we've done a Bayton switch. This is a lie. Yeah friendship is who. Oh you thought I knew you. Yeah exactly and I'm like oh I didn't know I was friends with a fucking Liar Liar. You're critical thinking is lacking all right. Here's another one more. Do this all day. I got like two more somebody. Somebody invite you over for dinner being like. Oh I'm going to order some food over. Let's watch fuck in three. Yeah the best obvious. Yeah the one that Spielberg moreover views to be attached to. Yes he did. I was the one boomers. I am out one to four and five three goonies connecting invite people over for dinner. You tell them we're gonNA order food. Should you serve it to them in real bowls or in the takeout containers awesome. I would get real bowls plates and glasses and stuff you know. Yeah Yeah it's meal. Yeah there there is like I live live alone. I eat a lot of meals alone. Is Ceremony to having a fucking meal with other people. Sure I thought I was recently watching. You know the Kelly brothers the the astronauts so there is like a little documentary. I can't remember if it was on. Netflix or Amazon was one of just like this about his year in space. Okay he comes back to Earth right and his wife. Has Everybody over to the House for dinner. He's been in space for a a year. Okay people his brothers over everybody's over the house everything out of contain it's a it's a big family reunion -ture and they're eating dinner out of plastic containers passing it around dinner. I don't know it was clearly takeout uh-huh and and there was a camera crew. Okay so there's levels to this oh so one you come back for space for a year and your family can't be bothered to cook you a fucking meal. They order delivery and then they don't even put it in containers they make you eat out like the long year like heavy lack plastic caustic with clear lead just going around the table left and right Japan Bermeo camera crew there. So you couldn't even. Was it an audible. We'll do the fuck dinner. Don't there was no there was no back. I just saw that and was like. Is that acceptable. Yeah not if I've been in space for a year era. I'll tell you what you can take me to. A restaurant would be mad about that. I'm not expecting come back from space and there'd be like a home cooked meal on the table. I'm cool with that effort restaurant or home-cooked meal. You've had time to prep. I've been gone for a year but the Goddamn am Scott. Yeah I've been eating like rehydrated fucking everything out of packages and you're making me do it here. In my home I would have been like fuck. y'All I'm going back to the Moon Outta here and this is why I need to get away from your own up there. As far as I can physically Gli I put myself in a centrifuge constrain. Get away from you. Mother fuckers your served me stuff and plastic. You don't appreciate me. You couldn't even do a pot of Chili Grill. Something just couldn't actually gain calling it in. Oh I was pissed I pissed so I'm glad we agree. Put it in real containers if nothing else. That's an extreme but also if you're a returning from space cook this person fucking home-cooked meal. Well I think you know in the same way like you go to Lowe's and they have like veteran parking. Yeah I think like there should be like astronaut should get preferential treatment. Pretty much anywhere that because I I don't know how many of them are there. Listen if I found out someone in my life was an astronaut and found out they were coming back through space. I'd be there with like and cinnamon rolls like still war freshman. The Van Dyke fucking cakes on you need more astronauts and my friends. My God I have friends who are little little rocket engineers. Yeah and that's not good enough for me. I needed a fucking astronaut in my life. If you were married and an astronaut indecent recent proposal Gio going up a may not come back I wanNA fuck your wife That's so you're unpatriotic America America. I don't eat any astronauts in my life I mean they technically is my wife's decision. I had a friend whose grandmother said she had an affair with. Neil Armstrong tight. Didn't tell anybody in the family. told her husband was dead. Oh man she sat on that secret. I know Howard just went but guys I around futile. y'All I fucked meal. Your your GRANDPA is a fucking. Oh yeah yeah anyway. Okay I got one more and then we're done your Eddie. Some food is better as leftover Yamuna really hot take. Yeah I would say detect. Unintended pizza may be you like. I prefer life for peace this. This is the scene in thirty one jug targeting. Someone else cold pizza better than like like you're in Spain for real for if you have timing. Keep pizza versus as eaten at cold over the sink. I mean I do both. Yeah but are wood preferred hot. Yeah no so. That's better as left over. I think lasagna is better as the leftover. I think it's better shirt day. And you know why because I think everything's sort of coagulated together like you've got this nice little tower of tastes and it's and it's holding together other now like the habit which was still good. Oh it's so good for like after after solidified foundation cured. Yes I also if you have to have like plain noodles and red sauce jer. I like it better the next day win the noodles house or yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah say you Pumpkin Pie Better as a leftover same thing it congeals in a very little thing anyway and it like softens that bottom cross layer. But you wouldn't warm up even just you had if you had the choice. You only have to do it. Someone Puts Plate Coal Pumpkin Pie in front of you in in a plate. Warm Pumpkin leftovers. The most I will do is I will take cold pumpkin pie out of the fridge. Thirty minutes before a unit. I've let it come up. I'll take the show off a little bit but I will not eat a backup. Your mania. Yeah I like reheated banana bread better than fresh Evan. Banana bread fresh OUTTA. You haven't been anrades gummy it. Sometimes it does it has cooked all the way through. Because it's still kind of cooking when you fresh. pull it out like your banana bread with. Not what kind of nuts. These not smother go bomb on T- that was good burn. y'All are show this week and no sponsors no guests. No gods no masters. I hope you enjoyed the show in our nonsense rambling shoutout to the potty for sticking with us who we think Michelle we're thanking. Frank Voted Salon. 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Trauma Exchange Rate

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Trauma Exchange Rate

"Welcome to fort up your Go-to podcast for all things Johnny Casa Vania and crony capitalism are Matt Holloway Michelle Davis Today. We're talking sleepy Soda Martian meals and taking candy from strangers. So stay tuned you're about to give up what the fuck is going on. Everybody I love every week when we start the episode, Bosley runs away. Towards that one hour where they sit down and they fucking to shout at each. And nobody looks at me or pets. Squeak. In with an urgency that feels like hatred. Yeah, he's like. A dog. Dog Yeah he he does straight run out of the room. Fun tex-mex over guys Jesus. God this shit again. This shit again, indeed man y'all were upset about last week's episode. We're so surprised I'm glad people listen. Always Nice. I guess we always underestimate our own appeal. For people who obviously saw the two minute episode mark me I'm to that. We skipped last week, we actually recorded an episode. And we just scrapped it because there was just so much going on the news that we thought that we would rather take the time to encourage people to vote. Just with everything with the. The charges coming down in Brianna Taylor case and everything that's going on with the election right now it felt dumb to talk about. Food? Filled fucking tone-deaf. Yeah. So we scrap last week's episode and we encourage people to vote in fuck y'all we're upset. motherfuckers voting. Listen I'm glad that a lot of y'all are already registered. You already have a plan that's great, and that's why you're our key audience. But we also also understand that there are people who don't. You know friends back home in Texas talking to all six who listen to this every week you'll know exactly who the fuck you are my friends. Thank you. Let's because I've cut all the motherfuckers off. But I did like our international audience being like, yeah. What are we supposed to this? Guy was like, Hey, what about? Your friends here in Canada like what are we supposed to do so I told him to pour one out and say a prayer. America Well. They're technically America. Nor the. Americans are north. Americans are South American friends. Our European friends, we're sorry the. Vote. Well, we're sorry for a lot of things right now. least of which was our podcast episode last week but as Americans sorry for quite a bit but we we are back we're doing. So this week. Thank you for bearing with us and thank you to everybody who did registered to vote. If you haven't already please make sure you can check your registration status it vote dot org and a plan to vote otherwise let's get into the episode Michelle. We have a new recipe of on the site. Yes. You as this is Aaron, it's October first that means it's official in my heart beginning of false rookie season. It is full on Spooky seasom here where we have our office Bahia season actually means giant spiders for real giant spiders emerged from. Their slumber I don't. In the suburbs go down to Home Depot and get that fake spiderweb. Yeah and then you get a fake spotted put inside of it in the heart of Los Angeles. Over dollar sized spiders like you. Haven't seen spiders this bad since like Montana in west Texas a are huge guys say they're like I'm not joking around big as a silver dollar and they build these webs because they're so big that go across trees like huge like our whole front of our house exactly how you would do a haunted mansion is for real covered in spider webs like that, and so it's terrible to be the first one in or the last out. We're lucky. Then you get a face and you don't know where the giant spider is and it would feel like a hamster if it fell on you. Oh, my God. Hates. Tolerate spiders. Used to be yeah. Used to not really care for spiders but like now I see him in the corner. That's fine. I'm not using that corner you can have. You know what I mean. So, there's a spider in the living room. When my I'll go get a cup I'll y'all get a wine glass in a book and I'll put him outside because look. Wine glass in a book he boozy mother. To capture them I'm Monaco Elaine. Brandy snapped. On. Merlo or Read them some short stories. Picking the bushiest Shit you can grab mind you need to capture spider. There's nothing better than a giant wine glass why? Because it's got a wide brim? But then the distance from the cup. You got that distance and then you get then you get a book if you're not GonNa, read to the spider. And you put that on top in the wine glass then you put the book on top and they walk outside put them outside. So they can eat because they're not gonNA eat anything in the living room. So Yeah L. E. things you hate more outside for sure. Yeah. But yes. So spooky season has begun that means it's time for soup, and so we've got our tomato soup and grilled cheese recipe up on the site. We've been working on this one for a little while the tomato soup always been there fan favorite. But the grilled cheese I know people can buy cheap slices like vg slices and I know that's available but not everyone can and not everyone wants to like roll the dice and spend sixty eight bucks. She slices and they might not like. Right, yeah you might not like and then you have you only use one eleven more. Money to spend on something that you hate I've done it before. Discovery Groom Experience. So I wanted to create sp that everybody could use but that wasn't jess like a cheese sauce. I wanted to have a little bit of texture a little bit of poll. The grill shoes were surprised. You put him in little baking pans like many loaf pan like what young would put like a pound cake in I have a couple of mini versions of its mean these little mini blocks of cheese really was. Surprised how they farmed it kind of reminded me of in this migration people out but this just for. It reminded me of L. Vida it was. Yeah as has some wiggle to it. Yeah. But it also had a some sheep. Yeah and that's important when you're doing grilled cheese. Dated a dude that one time. He Got A. Like an industrial size thing of Velveeta lately like. Spoil. Weird, ever seen him bricks them breath now it was like a tub. Yeah, it was like what you'd even get to Costco. At. Some bulk purchaser. Yeah. Almost like the size of the. Popcorn tins by, but it was all vida and again I was Vegan this point and we live together. You're gonna eat that all alone. This whole. It took him an inordinate long amount of time and it was fucking disgusting. But he did it. So hats off to him but yes, it's more Velveeta you then kraft singles. But I think that's what you want in a grilled cheese. Going for trash girl choosy all it's a fantastic restaurant. Yasser. Check it out. Go to bed manners DOT COM slash recipes we'll have it by the time this airs try it or try the tomato soup. That's all like Michelle said at the top. It's a fan favourite one of my personal favorites, very easy to make and Tis the season bitches his the season. So what's up with bre nothing I just you know trying to avoid the news like everybody else trying to avoid it while main lining it very difference. Yeah it's a seesaw. Too much news than no news at too much news once I once I take that off. It's hard to put it back on. Yeah. It's for my own mental health like Everybody's sort of talks about the the trauma of Kovin. Doors and we're not living are normalizes definitely some trauma the role collectively experiencing on family get togethers holidays just kind of the makings of a life, right? Yeah and that's definitely a real thing but. Listening to people talk about Oh kids going back to school, they're going to take an experienced trauma. It's like yet definitely Bu- conversation. No one's having that I've been thinking about what about all the trauma that we're avoiding by being at home. Yeah I'm canceling a lot less plans but sure Let's let's think about like I go to. Twelve year old. Matt. Like middle school man. Moist cow. Trauma. There you go. I am not in the woods learning smoke cigarettes right now I'm not being told I didn't sell enough cookies. So my troop leaders quote not gonNA wasted your time to. Girl. Scout. Girl Scout Trauma area real well. You know the trauma that comes with being in school like people talk about like our Gingrich schools are gonNA experienced traumas like heavy. You fucking been to school and it's nothing but trauma for all of us. The Not getting traumatized worry. Exchanging to this is the trauma exchange rate. Would no one's talking about is it traumas going to happen? That's fucking life. It's just a different kind of trauma. Yeah. We haven't. We haven't talked about it. We don't know how to experience because we've never in our lifetimes experienced the global pandemic. At least the covid related traumas outside of someone personally having your family were all kind of experiencing these for the first time together the collective. It's kind of equalizing in a nice way. Nobody's nobody's having a great year. They inhale some people are having. Okay. Ears but nobody's having a great year and that feels good. Good time. Even one is at minimum getting by. That's fine with me. Even the president right now not having a great time knows having fun. This is the collective sock were all in fine yeah. No, that's interesting. Nobody is talking about. The trauma exchange rate not the. largest what we're exchanging headaches, you know there's definitely some life experiences that right now because kids have to stay at home can't be around all their friends that sucks for sure there's definitely either however there's also kids who are not going to pull parties interesting their pants. Yes. have to reevaluate this in therapy and they're not years later while they're not worried about school shootings right now either you know. All US poor kids aren't having to worry about people making fun of the fact that we didn't get any new clothes for the start of the school year. Man was Rosa for my shoes I didn't. I didn't know. What name-brand Adidas were, and so I got like whatever they had at last like four stripes or five stripes payless shoes for sure. Then I wore owned a school in middle school named people that are making fun of me and I didn't even know they were talking like Oh. Yeah. For sure look I don't know. Because childs shoe. Child by the way WHO has no money? Yes. The I know means to go buy shoes. Is going to school and being really fueled by their peers for having one extra stripe on the side of. WHO gives a shit? They might. They looked fine. They were new. I got made fun of a lot. Yes there that's happening like the poor kids can stay home in their their normal clothes and Mamata, didn't have to waste any money my mom and grandmother did this thing that they would like object please don't buy me clothes because what they would do they would they would go get closed that we're like two sides I liked double xl. Fourteen I'm growing like a weed growing up not out, right. So Mama and my grandmother give me these t shirts that are double xl. You'll grow into it and put it on and it swallows me on wearing this giant double xl. Like Tasmanian looney tunes like the street looney tunes populated. looney tunes and they're buying this shit for me JC, Penney and is embarrassing I'm like I have no close have no money have no car I'm not wearing this school my. Size, as my adult mother by the time I was in the seventh grade, I can wear all over close. So I saw it started getting hand me downs but. You Know Works Like the front desk at a real estate place. So she had like Bruce closed nineties, business lady attire for Mervyn's like nothing. It didn't matter how cool I actually was I could not pull this shit off hips. Her children now could wear it and be like it's so ironic I had to cut out shoulder pads. It was cute. Oh, the produce on this shit urban outfitters right now for sure and it looks fine on my mom. But like what are we like I'm an eighth grader. Wearing business casual. How. Are you preparing me for the real world? Family With my Flynn. Shoes yeah. So kids can stay home and all they have to do is sit in front of a white wall and nobody can say, Shit There's I'm not saying there's no trauma. Yeah. I I'm not sure you might fucking room on Zoom Class Guinness in front of a white s wall. and. You're not gonNA say Shit to me. You know I just think it is missed trauma. Yeah. It is now time for this week in food history. Blue. Serious. issue. So in honor of the beginning of spooky season, as we said earlier, I wanNA take this time to talk about candy apples unlike their caramel cousins which have numerous origin stories. Everyone wants to get their fucking claim in. CARAMEL. Apples candy apples have a very clear and distinct lineage candy maker William W Cole Invented Candy Apples in Newark New Jersey in Nineteen Oh eight. So called like I said, he was a candy. Maker he had this Red Cinnamon Candy that he was selling to Christmas shoppers and he's trying to get more people to come into his little shop, and so he decided that he was going to dip apples in this red candy I'm while it was still liquid to catch everybody's is walking by. So he could somewhere that candy and he was fucking dead right except that nobody wanted his candy everyone just wanted his display apples. I I mean, that's how it goes in. So much of this food history. Wrigley yes. Same thing. Right. They weren't selling gum gum was their gift with purchase. There was they were making something else they. They were trying to entice people so they will give free Wrigley Gum. Was it like shaving cream of the original product nobody was interested in but they were like you're having when they're going to be. Exactly. And he took it right out of the Wrigley Playbook and he began churning out these apples and they quickly became like this huge like a almost like A. Like the food. You know of Oh. Toast Cronos. The Rainbow. All that shit like they were shredding hard. AIDS would have been like a big thing on social media would on everybody's instagram and they've been like Snow White Vibes. And they quickly showed up at circuses across the country and they became a staple of the Jersey shore. So they were like the fanciest but most accessible treat of their time like that. He hit that sweet spot of beauty and like inventiveness but affordability like regular person could save up and get this on a Friday night when they're on the date or something I mean apple's very affordable. What could it cost ten dollars? Very easy me. They would have absolutely been instagram trend Capel's also became fashionable to give out to trick or treaters during Halloween, in the early nineteen hundreds and this continued until about the seventies and eighties when everybody got way too paranoid to accept homemade goods from strangers when I was a kid, there was all these news stories about like razor blades. Did they ever find any? They would show one be you're like I, feel like y'all show that reasonably. y'All. Reasonably good bar come on. There was a house in my neighborhood that would give punch on Halloween as we weren't allowed to go there. Strange. It was strange I even. something. Already open, you know like sharable I don't know there's not like you go to a house and I'm like. All right. Here's your dog of Guacamole. Would you take cookies from a plate? Maybe, I don't know the bridge chief, our furniture and. It's the same as like sharing, pitted dinner to carry. One's interested in know me and my brother would trigger sheets together and I think it was probably like ten and my brother was eight and we open the door they're like, hey. Now good. Now, MOM would not approve I'm out. Yeah. So it's just really funny that this candy that he was making four Christmas became everybody's favorite to treat for Halloween. Yeah I didn't think when I think of candied apples only think of how? Yeah. Nope, it was for. The flavors year I guess would be like a nice little Christmas little holiday treat. Bay I know like growing up in California I never saw candied apples occasionally I'll see a caramel apple somewhere in the world but I would never see candy apples have you There wasn't a thing I think as a kid the only time I saw a candy apple was like an Tom and Jerry cartoon. Would bite into. Crackle their teed like piano keys. Broke. Can fix that Tom. I was already predisposition to not trust. Yeah I. Yeah I think it's definitely a more northeastern Americana kind of thing but I think it's a great story of how you know when the market ask curve you curve motherfucker you fuck in sell those apples whatever it doesn't matter who cares why are you so married to your cinnamon candy idea move on. I. Get why people are like no with y'all made this. Now if it's not in a Hershey's rapper, I'm not interested. Yeah I know why we moved that way it just makes me sad that we can't accept she candy from strangers and other banks goods. There was the beginning of the end fruits or vegetables onto the planet. We'll. Get ready for. This week CDC recall dried wood ear mushrooms for possible Salmonella contamination. If you're not familiar with the woody mushroom and go ahead and give it a google, it looks exactly how it sounds I like just a bunch of little Elf years growing on tree. Yeah. If if you guys have ever gotten much salad or anything like that from like a Szechuan restaurant. That twitter mushrooms and they do look like that ear that grew on the back of that mouse at one time I. Don't remember the first time. They grew a human ear on the back of a mouse of Science I. Don't know I can see it in my head right now learning. Fifteen years ago. Emotion yeah. Okay. So it's not a mouse year. These dried mushrooms are not available for public purchase but are primarily sold to restaurants. The CDC recommends asking restaurant. If you decide to order something on the menu where they're mushrooms are source if the restaurant cannot tell, you just avoid owning any dish that may contain mushrooms the Center for Disease Control side forty one illnesses linked to these specific mushrooms across tin states prompting the recall. Imagine the CDC carrying about forty one illnesses. Only something more pressing. Taupe. Center, for Disease Control. Apparently has nothing more important to be working. Forty one people are sick Matt come on I thought about people that might forage give themselves Salmonella poisoning by accident I mean granted these are like dried packaged Salmonella would be their best case scenario if they just plug it off tree. Yeah. That's the best case scenario of what could happen to you if you try to self forage mushroom. You would be praying for Salmonella and have you ever seen the TV show alone now assigned. Say. I'll just pitched to you real quick just so you understand but essentially, it's show with like a dozen contestants the all gid camera equipment to film themselves dropped in some sort of wilderness and they have film themselves survive they have a radio that something happens. They can just chirp in be like I quit cone Gimme that's the whole premise of the show. Okay. Every single contestant. Are Almost I wanNA, say all of them but are nearly every single contesting stars for the first day or two, and then they kind of desperate and they're like eating like squirrel meat or whatever whenever they they get their kill or they like Ford's mushroom or like something some sort of sustenance stoked and I would be too because you haven't eaten in three days at point, right? Almost always poison themselves. They get like one dude snared rodent and he was stoked on it and I will say this desk a lot of them, The v the very like. Hey. If you're giving your life so that I survive you know they're very conscious of the fact that they just took a life, but there's so soaked on it and it doesn't matter how they cook. It doesn't matter they season it within like fucking six hours of them consuming it. They're like, okay I feel better. I got some energy. I'M GONNA to chop down the street. Oh Own. God the stomach like bubble gut. Especially, if they're killing small animals, they probably don't know how to like. How to clean yeah. Poisons animal might have, and it's like liver or something like you're just eaten meat and I'm always surprised at how little people can recognize fucking plans like that's just like again, we stand on the shoe giants when it comes to food sovereignty people who've just poison themselves and killed themselves, give themselves Salmonella poisoning by accident. I'm mansion how hungry you were figure out how to eat an artichoke. Exit thing is. Out? I'm. GonNa. Morose it. I'm GONNA, boil it, but there's something good in there. TO SPIKE INS I. So I. Don't get what ear mushrooms allied. Ron. Chinese, restaurant in the near future, highly recommend watching. The. People tapping out because they poison themselves in the first few days always hilarious to me. Do you. Know any kids who ate mushrooms? Donors who. Not took mushrooms no in Texas. sooners they to the pastures and they will forage for a I. Guess I was talking more like the little boy across the street. You know how? When you're little they're like don't eat mushrooms that you find growing in gardens or yards or whatever. This was not a problem in my neighborhood. I grew up in the bay and it was I guess just moist enough that Nino mushrooms with my pop in the lawn and sometimes. They would all every day in school I felt like don't eat mushrooms you find anywhere and fucking the dumb ass. Aged Yeah and you knew it was going to be him. You knew it was going to be him any eight four mushrooms out of his grass and he told his mom and she's like fucking Christ. This folks is the result violent video games. Super Mario consuming mushrooms, and he gets bigger and stronger is a child. registered. Mushroom Soup. Be Like Mario and save the Princess I. Mean he ended up being fine. They didn't go to the, but I mean, has older sister got a key stuck in her mouth the fucking long way. Off. While we were watching her. We can't be doing shit. We had a filler mouth with ice. shed. A. Was it her house key our. Gear she doing their mouth don't ask. Man Yeah. Sure sick. She was old enough. If you get a corn ship stuck in your mouth long ways it hurts but you have ways to rectify Nelson. Break her mouth was getting so swollen and was just so dramatic and my mom's like, how did this happen I don't look at me. She's put a kid mouth and then Scott Stuck. I didn't dare her. Always, thing as a kid. One of your friends if somebody. was in your class do some stupid and the teacher of the adults what the hell happened here like fucking no, I'm justice. View are on the same age Zim I don't even WANNA hang out. Your. fucking play I. Don't even know your last name. Is Connor. Brandon offer and he got fucking marbles his nose, not my fault I mean she was known. Never, tell them to do that. Trauma. Different kinds. This is this is the trauma exchange-rate. Folks. In. Trauma. So there might not be future has we're all suspecting but if there is it will for sure have Avocados and so Chris O'Brien, a PhD student from the University of Queensland Center for Horticultural Science has been the first person to successfully frees up plant cuttings in liquid nitrogen, and then revive them into healthy plants and his work was just published in the P. C. T. O. C. Journal of Plant Biotechnology. Quote. This is a game changer about storing the genetic diversity with the Avocado Genus so that Avocado is not lost. Ryan says noting that it's important to be prepared for any kind of disaster that could kill off this fruit. Yes. It's a fruit quote where safeguarding a world industry for future generations. If you remember, this is very similar to the international seed vault. We told you all about that's buried in that Norwegian mountain. If you WANNA hear about it tune into our episode from February twenty. Eighth Twenty, nineteen member, it looked like a bond layer. Evil Villain layer at school how you GonNa do the dirty the date of the podcast and not the name I couldn't find it. How about the fact that I even gave them the date Back to Avocados, the method O'Brien news known as cryopreservation involves freezing the biological material at a temperature of roughly minus three hundred and twenty degrees, Fahrenheit, which as a low enough temperature to preserve sell matter. Once you warm it back up but it's not so low that it's destroyed. It's the same technique that we use to preserve sperm and human eggs for in vitro fertilization. So obviously, we trust it drew, we use it for sperm eggs. Are International Man's and mysteries Austin powers. Austin powers powers are Disney heads. Disney fucking decapitated heads all that kind of squid nitrogen. Sure. Of course. So O'Brien's of work was successful on both read Avocados, which you can get here at the grocery store sometimes, but it's breed native to Guatemala as well as Velvet Avocados, which is in west Indian Freddie that I've never had the pleasure of trying Nina amid her professor at the university who was also working with Brian on the study says that securing our food supply is so important both here on earth and beyond quote is suppose you could say they are space age of does ready to be crew frozen and shipped to Mars when human flight becomes possible but it is really about protecting the world's Kata supplies. Earth and ensuring we meet the demands of current and future generations. So I think that was a really cool point that like I didn't even think about the the struggle of starting from seeds. Like if we're trying to tear form planet but being able to bring full plant cuttings and lake seedlings and stuff that you were able to revive like that I mean that's shaves months off the process. That's amazing. Yeah and apparently we've been doing all of this work like this cryogenically freezing crops for the last thirty years to ensure their survival. We've done potatoes and we've done a wide variety of crops like apples, bananas, grapevines, and Berries, but the the struggle is every single plant like the ones I mentioned they all require a different method and different techniques for freezing these cuttings thing it's not entirely translatable. Do One method for all? Which is so frustrating. So O'Brien. WORKED FOR YEARS TO GET THE AVOCADO plants to come back anything other than Brown Mush every time he would revive it. It would just be mush in dead like every single time for almost a year and a half before he even had minor success and this isn't just like doomsday or space planning preserving avocado. CULTIVARS have real applications in this world in Florida the Laurel wilt guess began wiping out Avocados trees in twenty eleven and is estimated by the University of Florida to have resulted in tree loss exceeding forty two million dollars. O'Brien. Says Horticultural scientists in his field particularly worried about this disease as it has the capacity to like entirely wipe out the avocado industry. And this happened to bananas like we've talked about on the podcast before and we lost that whole variety of banana like we can grow it again because at fungus wiped it out entirely. So basically, we shouldn't lose too many more fruits and vegetables that are put in that same high risk category. If we're able to save these cultivars because once the fungus blows its way through, we can restart plans if we are going to go and start to Foreign Mars again, I just WanNa, make the note that we should weaponize the moon. Is that we have satellite that we should absolutely arm if we're going to have to planets that we're existing on. Okay. So who are we weaponising the moon? Against, aliens weaponising Moon to protect our? Okay but. We used against Earth links. No. Yes. I mean, technically, that is the plot of awesome power suits. My wife's coming up again in the PODCAST. But. Yet we a there should be some sort of fail-safe so that it can never target earth yeah however. If aliens do inner are sort of atmosphere at eight. o'clock. On Earth. Mornings for sure I. would. If they see the moon. That's that's the aggressor, right? Yeah and then planning ours, we're not with the fucking moon. Cannon up there. All the moon is both a weapon and the fall guy NASA hire me. Okay Fair enough I have drawings. ME, nothing better to do it would love to have never had this conversation with you, and then like I come to the office one day and you left your notebook open on the back and just a bunch of. Weaponized Snow. Yeah. This is the license plate on every page. Weaponized the Flipping pages get some more violent. And just like but crudely drawn. Since I. was he driving. Since. The beginning of the pandemic doctors have reported elevated levels, impatient stress and increased cases of insomnia while Dennis reported an uptick in teeth grinding. anecdotally this checks out in. This is of course and no doubt to the universal anxiety. The code has brought to all of us including the deniers who are usually the ones on some sort of viral video having public meltdown again, no one's having a good time. Yes. The best people can hope for is that. Okay y'All might remember a few months ago on an episode I, call this the collective suck again here we are so to help everyone calm the fuck down Pepsi is launching their own sleep aid soda drift well. This isn't a particularly new idea. Relax ation drinks have been around for a couple of decades now, and it's a popular market in Japan especially with the rise as. C. Infused products I myself a bottle of THC Soda here at the. Office. You ever had it. It tastes like an Italian soda with there's A. There's A. Very. We'd heavy flavor at the end and I thank you you sipa shot I mean I do a relaxation drink every night it's called fuck and t people. and. That twenty twenty, it's just TV. Zone let them sell you you enjoy that too you must thc and yet listen I'll smoke weed and drink tea. Motherfucker Pepsi's new sleep aid is expected to launch in stores by December we need it sooner. You gotta solar need to discern. And it contains two hundred milligrams of feeling, which is an amino acid often found in t mushrooms, and now what air don't do it. Else, the name is also a popular supplement this use to help improve cognitive function in. Levy stress Pepsi's throwing a lot of faith behind these claims despite there being absolutely no peer reviewed double blind study to confirm that Elf Queen has any benefits emily silver vp of innovation. At Pepsico, says, in a statement from a scientific regulatory perspective, we feel really good about making that claim around. Nine specifically, we have safety in clinical data to prove that it works. Drift will also contain ten percent of the daily recommended magnesium intake magnesium might actually help make you sleepy. Sadly magnesium is going to be more beneficial to you mellowing out going to bed and then fucking L. Vinas helps you poop to though. Yes. Would you try this? Nah. No I don't like soda. Also, if it's sweetened with sugar or officials sweeteners, either way don't want because if I'm trying to go to bed, I can't have sugar. Before bed and if it's artificial sweeteners of the Maybe I'll I know you will. Hear I'm curious what it tastes like but I do like that scientists are really stress out worked we sell them. Like he you're right it like even if it worked is just kind of a band aid over a bullet wound, we're not addressing the issues why people are so stressed out social media is constant fucking capitalism it's political disenfranchisement unemployment's. Shattering reality is. fucking stress yeah and. Enjoy drift well, by Pepsi that's only seven hundred dollars a bottle. Fuck. In the like when we were kids. All the drinks were trying to push the envelope on how fucking wired they could get. Where to wire motherfucker. Now. They're trying to like you know what we went too far. Bring him back. We're GONNA put these mother fuckers the bed at a reasonable hour. So they can wake up tomorrow and earn US capital. Again, the only soda we need in Twenty Twenty is for Coca Cola to put the came back in cody back. In Back Cossack put. We earn date. Right. fucking. We don't need for local. We don't need surge give us cocaine Coca, Cola Coca Cola Yoga. Do this shit and tell anybody in the news is so crazy. No, one would care. If anything they'd be like hell. Yeah. Thanks for thrown us a bone. Show care doesn't doesn't trump? FAMOUSLY DIKO. This new regular coke. Formula Really. Really. Less than we've been good. Come on coke. Pepsi doesn't have the rights to cocaine. Do like it's a giveaway just cocaine and some of them like a golden ticket. Interesting the Golden Coca? Cola. Whole I like it I like where it's. It's a brick of cocaine. Gold Coca Cola. Call us. Got Ideas I will draw them for you. We talk about the moon. I think I think that's our show for this week. That's enough silliness for one week. Is Our show shout out to our producer Sean Meg macer the this every week even if it is two minutes along. The Hatred? And shot the potty ends again don't forget to try are roasted tomato soup and grilled cheese dress we up on the site and we appreciate y'all tune in every week. Stay safe keep cooking from we will see you. Next week.

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"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one. Cast one present forced up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that discusses food politics and pop culture all trying to give each week bestselling authors and the minds behind Doug kitchen, Michelle Davis, and Matt hallway are here to help. Give voice to folks just trying to get there together in and outside of the kitchen and now for your hosts, Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to another episode of fork up your go-to podcasts for all things cider cereal and senatorial misconduct. I'm Michelle Davis. I'm Matt Holloway on today's pod. We're going to be discussing ugly produce Reefer madness and pasta posers later, we'll be joined by environmentalists and author Suzy Cameron to chat about her new book MD changing the world with one meal a day. So stay tuned jaw. It's about to get fucked up. They are. No, you guys are trying to get into your autumn vibes. Right now. You've got your sweater. 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No. No, you're give me a lot to work with today. You hear should live. I really don't do Halloween. Why is there a reason is age? I I'll fuck you. And you're like. Nine. Fuck right on. No, I feel like it has always just snuck up on me. Then all of a sudden, it's like, I don't have a good idea. I don't have the stamina good ideas. A lot of people are like a month. Jona halloween's. Don't have a good idea for costume ever been to a party and most people or in the shittiest fucking costumes shell like, no one cares. Yeah. So I kinda live near all the old Victorian houses in your neighborhood. Do it up. Yeah. They do it up and says brutal. I kind of like I'll go around and like I'll try to get friends 'cause like a loan adult walking around looking at children in costumes is it like a super bad luck with? I was. Although I was that was my question about age. It was not Michelle specific. She side he at large because I feel like when you're a kid. You're super jaaz about it. But then you lose it a little bit becomes not cool to do Halloween. Yeah. And then he becomes cool again. Yes. When you're still kinda young. And then I think as adults were like like I can't like go out drinking on a Wednesday night. I can eat as much candy as I want whenever I want. I just know what the consequences are, right. Yeah. Do you do fuck? We can't now is Kenny. Kindergart- vegan. I mean, I'm sure there's being candy corn. Are you asking? That would be really funny. If a candy that's supposed to resemble corn is not vegan. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's that's so full of chemicals and should not. I've never been into candy corn. I feel like the only time I've ever encountered it. It's like loose like in the fun of really old candy mix that I want. No part of what was your favorite or rhesus has done recess cups are pieces. Doesn't matter. I love chocolate peanut butter. I've been a whole life. I like the miniature baby Reuss goes, we're quite the coup for me miniature like the com- funds is. Yeah, there's nothing fun about that. Well, I don't come from a place where you got full size, candy bars. So no, that's the rich people's neighborhood. We would do is we in the fucking car drive to a really fancy neighborhood and go trick or treat their because they're giving out that good shifts. Somebody in my neighborhood would give out punch. Yeah. That's sketch. Oh. Oh, it was very Scott here. Children drink this mystery dream. Yeah. Come inside. I have a box of puppies fucking. Yeah. We weren't allowed to go. There. Do you have any plans for my cousin's in town from Oakland? Oh, yeah. We're gonna go to the universal horror nights. Oh, which is so much fun. Yeah. You've always been trying to get me to go. I've always said it's tough to find someone to go with me. It's intense. Like, they don't let kids I figured age cutoff. I think it's sixteenth belie through this. And since like, it's intensely expensive. It is expensive especially like we paid for the jump the line passed. This is not cheap. But tell you what I'm gonna get to do everything at least once. You're jazzed blossom that I went to this. I got scared so bad that I did a knee jerk reaction, and I pulled my back out. Now who's old pitch? But now. Oh. Wheelchair. I don't know. What that is. I just it's fun to be scared. You don't get that. Now. I list scared. Fight or flight. I'm like, why are you looking at me? What's over there? What was that noise? Fuck this. We pay a lot of money for people. Hide in bushes and scare the shit out of me. Just be a woman. Meet you bitch too. Yes, we got Halloween. What else what else is on the rise? Sweaters, and hoodies still up in the shop, Amazon dot com slash authen kitchen. I was wearing one of our hoodies at home because as you know, I am still without heat. Oh, yes. Jeff do that trick you just turn your oven. Like all the way on. Yeah. Because it warms up your keep breath stink. Thanks. I'll make croutons. After croutons. After croutons don't have any heat. Yeah. Get as high as possible you get running it on four seventy five. But you know, what else is keeping me warm thought kitchen hoodie, so Amazon dot com slash kitchen when you're heater getting fixed. I have no idea. Yeah. Don't they like old school like wall unit, you know, like one of the oldest floor furnace? Antonio judo. You've never even seen it. The. Yeah. The hoodies Irv Buchan stock. Well, you have also a kind of buddy, his keeping you more Wally. Yeah. While the the foster puppets. There's been some interest in him. He has a meeting this weekend. So we'll see how that goes pups with meeting. Very hollywood. He has an agent. I believe the cars picking him up around. This is none of this is. I'm gonna go take him to another family that they're going to bring their dog they get along. So and as you know, we are very pro adopt. Don't shop here at fort up. Everybody knows that those bumper stickers dumb, of course. Adopt. Yeah. Like, I don't know. I have friends that you go to breeders. And I'm sorry your asshole. Yeah. Well, and your dog is stupid. Joe, you you friends? You know, friends. Their dogs that they've gotten from a breeder after like two years of so many health problems. And they just can't figure it out. I'm like, you know, who we're talking about several. But I think people need to adopt more adult animals absolutely all the shelters that I've worked in the adult animals stay there longer. I'll tell you why adult animals are better. Like, look everyone's like puppies and kittens, sure, they're cute, but they're going to get adopted almost immediately. Well, and they are a fucking handful, dude. They are not housebroken. They will shoo and claw all the shit that you like, yeah, they will poop and pee on everything. He love. But who doesn't do that adult animals? Yeah. They're so loyal. You know, why is because they've been in the pound, and they're like thank you for getting me out of that. No one will be more loyal than a pound pup. So what I guess I'm saying is fucked puppies. And kittens thinking, they don't fuck them. Don't fuck them. I'm just making I'm making the case against getting a puppy or kitten. Yeah. Oh, we're probably dull animals, you're so literal. Just clearing literally literally just clearing it up. And if you're looking for a charming adult animal to bring into your home, you know, to keep you men be your best friend where should people go? Well, if they're in the LA area, they should check out L A animal rescue L A R dot org. They go. So I don't know if you can't foster if you can't adopt. Give them flow books. We're gonna fish we work with them. Yeah. That's where while he's from. Oh, sorry. I'm talking to while he specifically what else housekeeping stuff, and this is the last week of our promo with Kassab, rela Birla, the pasta dish, you guys live in LA or New York you can find the nearest CASA Bariller restaurant near year. We currently have a sun dried tomato pesto penny and the noodles are made entirely from lentils. Yeah. So there are loaded with fiber and protein, and they happened to be goddamn delicious. And it's gluten free there. Yeah. Naturally and the prophets from all the different stores are going to different local nonprofits and here in LA. You know, they're going to the Ron Finlay project. Former guests at the pod and current friend of actual human's, Michelle and Matt. One hundred percent of the proceeds I think in New York is going to the New York food Bank on in here in L H thrown Finley project, so. If you're in LA or New York fucking go carve-up save the fucking world Boston. And again, the pasta's made from just lentils. And so if you're not in either of those cities, and you want to pick up a box, they're all over the place now as you can go to like, a Ralphs or a Food Lion are wherever you can try this pasta. This is not an ad. We just like it. The it's great that they're providing this option. Yeah. No. Because you know, what I don't care for. What's that is when people spiral is a veggie. And then they try to build that to me as pasta. Oh. Oh that is some offensive shit. Let me let me tell you something. Yeah. That's just the vegetable with fucking sauce on it. Yeah. I paid for pasta. Like it reads on the menu. I don't believe that the word pasta is currently open for interpretation. You don't like little Zoodles. God fucking, dammit. If you bring me spiral is Keeney dressed up spaghetti. I'm gonna make a scene. Yeah. Well, I don't mind Wayne this by realized vegetables are tossed with actual pasta like your it could be one of many ingredients fine. But if that's the only fucking thing isn't pasta in the pasta. I will wait for you at your car. That is a pasta imposter God. Oh god. That's not new low. That's new love for the pod. But yeah, I'm on board. I want zucchini noodles. No. It's just shredded zucchini. Join insult may come on pastas one thing. Okay. Snub vegetables. Right. That was a hot take. Let's get to the news. I'm full heartaches. It's a food show. Speaking of Perdue's Kroger's launching their own ugly produce program next year. It is called boy peculiar picks. Oh, thank really didn't. Kroger. Kroger. We know you guys listen to the pod, please call us. We freelance as brand specialists, and we're upped at UT. Yeah. Come up with a better name for the year picks. Yeah. They they let someone's grandson pick that name. Chad do it. But it's it's really great like as much as we're dog on the name. It's really important to use up all the food that we have available to us. That's right. There's over six billion pounds of produce the good a waste every year solely because they don't meet the prefers FedEx by consumers. So this is a really good program. And there's a lot of programs out there like it. And we think that that's changing sort of what consumers standards are about food. We're we're guilty of doing. We're no better than anybody else. Like, I am going through. I'm looking for right produce. But I'm looking for good looking produce. Also. Yeah. I don't know why. But I do that too. I will pick through entire sectional lines. I'm just squeezing the fuck and juice out of it. Yeah. Matter with the lime looks like why do we do that? Yeah. And you know, we've talked about on the pod many times with many of our guests we produce enough food for all the people on this planet right now. It's a distribution issue. Not a production issue. And the best way we can start addressing this at least on the outset as using all the produce that we have available. So that we that are understand what our actual surplus says, so we can get it to the people who need it. But if we have all the food and produce here, and we're just throwing shit away because the bean curves too much like what the fuck is that you know, and food waste makes the food that you do buy more expensive. Yeah. So so go buy something ugly. Taste just as good. If not even notice it by ugly, ugly live long, I would say by ugly. Eat good. Ooh, they go. Well, speaking of just being a consumer just Jays out of after legalizing marijuana it totally nationwide in Canada. They are already running out of weed up. There wonder how many Americans ran up such bad respect for Canadians as a people that as soon as it's legalized. They start running. Fuck cath. Okay. Legal you all we're out. Did it? In ontario. Canada's most populated province thirty eight thousand orders for we'd reprocess in the first few hours Wednesday, while neighbouring Kovac forty two thousand orders were processed in store and online breaking all the expectations that they have this volume exceeded all the forecasts that everybody had and so given the lack of data it it's still there still fumbling because they can't get the supply to meet the demand because everybody's like. Oh, yes. Finally, it's happening. But yeah, I mean there's ever making legal and decriminalizing and everything and there what else did they doing in Canada? You were telling me about right? I forget the amount. But if you had a minor drug offence, they're giving pardons. Good as they should. Yeah. Everybody should. Yeah. We cannot sit here and legalize in decriminalize while they're people serving sentences for. Minor possession charges and while people are now getting rich off a legal substance. Yeah. Did you know Michelle that in the city of LA that there are more black market dispensaries operating legally than there are legal dispensaries hold on? How how would you know that as a consumer? Well, that's being report. I mean who trust the cops, right? Being reported by the county. There's only about one hundred and fifty stores are legally licensed in LA county. There's more illegal stores, and it's based on how many cease and desist orders, which was over a thousand that they had to send this city sent out just the city the just the LA county, right? And like customers they're going to opt for the black market option because the price is so much cheaper. And there's no cell stocks. But they won't know that necessarily. That's what they're doing. Right. I mean, sure sometimes, but a lot of these stores and I've walked into them like they look legit. Like they've looked like a storefront. But no like no one's walking into dispensary being like, hey, let me see your license. I wanna make sure that you're on. Yup. Like when something feels shifty. Well, if you live in California or L A, and you are anywhere that is legal, and you want to know if you're walking into a black market store. Not see if the tax if they don't charge tax than they're not legit. Yeah. Well, what happens if you're buying products from a star like this like is there going to be a difference in quality? I would argue. Yes. Like as a as an aficionado. I've been on both sides of the legal and illegal fence. And I I would strongly recommend that people play by the rules like customers. The the owners are going to do whatever the fuck they're going to do. But like you guys as customers have bitched in Mon for fucking decades about legalization and decriminalization. And now that the state is trying to meet you guys half way play by the rules, pay the taxes like get the superior product. Like, these black market grownups a lot of them. It's so product because they're using pesticides and chemicals and all these things that if you are a legit storefront. They screen for that type of. So you're not like sure you gotta fuck in dime on a quarter. Oh, yeah. And you're coughing and weasing as your smoking because it's fucking trace chemicals on it. They're getting you're getting high on pesticides. And if we're going to recommend a shop for you guys to go to you know, who are going to recommend. Oh, we're going to recommend our sponsor madman. Absolutely fantastic. Segue from news to madman. Because like we're saying the quality admendment is far superior to anybody else in Los Angeles. You're going to get a premium and traditional shopping experience in the canvas base when you go into men men location. I mean, I can say personally that madman is far and above like you walk gonna amendment. You know that for sure you're an illegitimate because everyone's everyone's wearing uniform there's tons of stuff. Yeah. 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And we'd what's all that's what the people want. We wanted to listen to Drake maple syrup. That's legitimate. Legit are Canadian experience therefore tour as we got in the car. It was went online bling was everywhere. Driver was bumping hotline playing into Rondo we went we went to get Putin. Yes. And then and then we went to a wheat sore. Yeah. We are. I fucking our. And I was very very Canadian. But guys, it was amazing. So what else we stayed somewhere in Canada? Forget it. Maybe it was a Nova Scotia they slipped if you stay in this town talked about it for more than two days, a slip of friendship certificate under your door. And we got it framed. Yeah. We have we do have them both. Right. It's like and it says on there. It's like, hey for sting more than like, forty eight hours in our little town euro friend. I was like tight. Thinking about my next my diploma. Okay. I've one more surprise me story for you. We are more news. Yeah. We got one more time Taylor swift recently escaped from a Sacramento zoo. The what ti- swift was she doing? Well, they named this one year old Kenyon. Antelope Taylor swift is going to say. Got to be an animal. I don't see hers as you. So it's an eastern Bongo. It's a critically endangered type of analog up. And just she booked it right out of there that willowy beautiful antelope. Just you know, you say that she made a swift getaway guys. I'm here with the puns. See this is what happens g she just shook off her enclosure. Oh boy. Oh boy. And made the staff see red. Is the animal? Okay. Okay. It was quickly recaptured. I guess they asked the public to evacuate or kind of just like move into the gift. Shop Turner swept us loose. Get out. Get the fuck out. It's like the cutest traffic park ever. It's not your wildest dreams guys. It definitely happened. So I was so tickled because there's a quote. What did it say? Here's a quote from the article, I read it was quote Z workers remain unclear. How Taylor swift managed to get loose? They saw their opportunity. It really made me have took it ran with it. I thought this was going to be some Taylor swift political thing. No, no. It's just a cool antelope who did around thing and got free. The haters. She should write off. Well. Well, I think we've given Taylor swift enough airtime on for indirectly talking about her. Well, when we get back we're going to be joined by environmentalists Suzy Cameron to chat about her new book. Oh, MD one meal a day. And we have a we have a good time with our now Caesar was awesome. Yeah. No. She made me think a lot about even though I think that we both do our best as environmentals. Would we be environmental? Yeah. It's funny because it's such a shitty label like, you know, I'm just trying to reduce harm like I'm not trying to. I'm not out there. I just hugging trees on the weekend. But I also want my kids to live on a planet that I recognize. As that's so weird and set forth best practice. Yeah. Exactly. So you wanna stay tuned because she she she really made me think about a lot of it has a really common sense approach for how just changing one meal, you eat a day can have more impact than changing your bulbs or any of that other bribing electric car that shit. So stay tuned. It's really interesting thought provoking conversation. We'll be back in a moment. With more forked up a thug kitchen podcast. Alexa, isn't the only one with breaking news. Make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute. As you guys know, we hear a forked up love creepy spooky things. It's Matt's favorite time of year. It is I like scaring myself. To die. Luckily here at the podcast one family. They have a ton of crime and mystery shows just for the season like beyond the darkness. This serial killer podcast cold case files. 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She shows how the accumulation of small choices selecting SEV's plastic bags pesticides in meat. Meet have all made the world worse. So using the same principle tiny traces can add up, and again, the first choice usually make as for one client base Neil day. So let's hear what Susie has to say guys. Please welcome Suzy Cameron. Thanks for coming. Thank you for your very busy. Thank you for taking the time to chat with us. Thank you. So the concept of your book is changed their old by changing one meal a day. Oh, MD what drove you'd rate this book? Oh, gosh. It's kind of a long story, Jim and went plant bay gyms. My husband. Yes. We went plant based may seventh two thousand twenty exactly we were one of those kind of people that like to blow up our kitchen and do things overnight all in cold Turkey, no pun intended. And. I had watched. We watched forks overnight, and I was coming to completely from a health point of view. And after that, he started educating me on the environmental issues, so just looking at the health issues. It was this. I was blindsided by it feeling quite betrayed. Yeah. Because we'd been advertised to our whole lives that we needed me. We needed animal products, we needed dairy to have strong, bones and neat to have strong muscles. And it's absolutely the intivists is not only do you not need it. But it's actually bad for you. And then he started educating me on the environmental issues, and I had been working with environmental NGOs for decades. No one ever talked about animal agriculture. So it was another kind of blindsided thing. And so I went into those meetings. And I said, I think we need to put animal agriculture on the table. And they're like, oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Of course, why don't you? Join the food committee. Which I did. Yeah. And then it was all about antibiotics in meat. I said people this is missing the Mark. Exactly gets the me. Baby steps I'm like, we don't have time for baby step. Yeah. So, you know, cut to a couple of years later. I found it a school called new school. It's an environmental school. We start at two years old and go all the way through age eighteen and it's we decided that we couldn't call ourselves in environmental school and still be serving animal products. So my sister, Rebecca Amos who helped me found the school. We decided to go plant based we took eighteen months to educate. Everybody. We brought in authors. We brought in doctors scientists athletes chefs to talk to the kids and then at night time. We would give the grownups like nice glass of wine, and some vegan food, and you know, so that we took all of that time to educate everyone. Yeah. But even after that, it was mutiny full on mutiny. We lost fifty percent of our families. We quickly regained. Our enrollment now surpassed in two hundred twenty kids, and we've got families that are traveling are moving from all around the United States and sometimes. From Europe to come to the school because it's plant based. But if you your where when you talk about veganism, oh my God. Are there was one day where head of school Jeff king cut, very frustrated? And he was like people give them eggs and bacon in the morning. And they can have a burger at night and one meal a day. Oh, D really? And we had we had self published this tiny little cookbook with our chef. And I just looked at that little cookbook, and I said, you know, what I'm going to take that. And I'm going to work with, you know, our we've got a brain trust of doctors and a brain trust of climate scientists that we started working with in two thousand twelve I said, I'm going to go to them and heavily researched. This and I'm going to put a whole health section in there and environmental section, and then create a how to so it's a guidebook. I hold your hand. And to teach you to take you on the journey to do one meal a day or two meals a day or you could blow up your kitchen like Jim and I did. So it's got recipes. It's cut meal plans. It's got shopping lists. And Scott how to how to have a plant based pantry sort of thing. But there's a pledge that we do. So one meal a day, we owe MD we have a MD pledge muse at the. Beginning of every school year every child and parents to they pledge to one meal a day two meals a day or three meals a day and just one person for a year eating one plant based meal a day saves close to two hundred thousand gallons of water and the equivalent of driving from Los Angeles to New York City carbon s an it's such a. Such a simple thing when you think about it, but it has this huge profound impact. And like you're saying in the book what I was reading. It was like, oh, you know, with us just having plastic bags. We we've ruined the environment. Once step at a time. So why not with a small thing that you could do in your life? Don't you can move towards fixing. If you're eating three times a day. We think we've said this in our books is like you're technically voting three times a day on your impact of the environment. So, you know, make a conscious choice. Exactly, exactly. So there was there was really that. That moment where we realized that it was a very simple elegant solution to climate change. I had been giving speeches for over a decade about the environment. And everybody would always ask me. What can I do as an individual? And I would say you can change your light bulbs. You can drive a Prius. You can get solar recycle. But. How many people can really get a car of solar things like that? And I used to wake up every morning with a pit in my stomach. And I realized that I have a very unique live. I can start a school. I can start a dress design contest, I can create organizations environmental organizations things like that. But I knew it wasn't enough. And I used to say there's what can I really do? And it didn't matter. How hard I worked or how hard I tried. It never felt like it was enough until I found this. And it was this moment of hope and fact, there's there's a story that when about two months after we went plant based we were walking on the beach one night, and Jim is a doomsday kinda guy. Say I know what I've never noticed that of movies. So. Exactly. Yes. Look at his movies. Does not use the word hope. Yeah. He's got a t shirt that says hope is not an option hope is not a strategy. So we were walking along the beach. And he said, you know for the first time in my life. I have hope the more people we can get to eat plant based even if it's just one meal a day, the more we can move the needle on climate change. Because animal agriculture is the second largest contributor to greenhouse gases and climate change more than all transportation combined every car every airplane every everything so you can make more of a difference with what's on your plate. Then, you know, even driving an electric car. And that is regardless of your income. You know, like doesn't matter how much you have available beans and rice portable like that was my big misconception win on that Michelle. And I was going again as I was like, oh, I can't afford that. Though, that's that's an expensive fate in some wealthy white people shit. I can't do that twenty two thousand dollars a year at the grocery store, and I was like rice and beans. You can do it. And it lets people who may be feel like a lot of social change is out of their hands because they do work so many jobs, and they don't have any disposable income that you like Matt saying, and like you're saying you vote with your dollars you vote with what's on your plate. And you can't buy new preists, but you can't buy less meat. That's right. That's right. And you know, when you're thinking about if you're looking at the social side of it, which ultimately you have to. Because there are so many communities that are in food deserts, and they don't have options in one of the really exciting things that has happening is they are starting community garden, and realizing that they can even grow food on rooftops depending on where they were they live in the United States and. That is the best way to motivate children to eat vegetables is to plant them, watch them grow and then for them to eat them. Instead, they are we see it at muse single day. We had Ron Finlay on the podcast. And now he's the best at teaching people. How chick Arden on the city mints? And you know, what you're saying. Just reminds me of one of his quotes is growing your own food is like printing your money. Oh, that's beautiful. Yeah. And you're absolutely right. Like children are more excited about vegetables when they get to be involved in the whole process. And it's like I made this this eggplant, which I didn't know what Clint laws until I grew one. Like, you know, you're it is, and will you please make this for me like, and how you raise a generation of kids who are enthusiastic, but that'll eaters that way we have one hundred and fifty raised beds at muse allow like damn. Yeah. Grow shit we afford. Thanks. Barely handle. Well, we've got two hundred twenty kids and a staff of close to fifty so, but they grow depending on the time of year anywhere from seventy to ninety percent of the protas that they're eating every day. I learn how to they learn how to plant it grow it harvested, cook it compost it. So it's full circle. Interesting like a leg at American thing that we've kind of gotten away from the land my talked about this like a month ago in an up. So I went to Stony to visit my girlfriend's family. She's from there, and they go all their own food. So when she was like, hey, are you hungry for lunch was like like, you'll me run to the store or something? She's like, no, no, no. We walked in the greenhouse, and we got everything for lunch. And that was it like we just. From a wealthy family knows she's not to live on a farm. Yeah. It was we were we were plucking everything that we were going to eat that day. And I was like, wow. We spend zero dollars was crazy. Yeah. And it also like back to children like you're saying, I think a big hurdle for a lot of people in this country is kids don't even recognize vegetables anymore. You know, the difference between a cucumber or zucchini or any of these things like you can't they can't identify it. And so then they're not going to be interested in eating it either. But it is exactly. But I like in your book, you you make this point that Chile is the ultimate gateway dish. Yes. That it will get you know matter where you are chilly. Susan Shelley sees the end you're saying about how your kids like you were you change the recipe here and there in an out and people are always excited about it. What do you what are some other favorite plant based dishes that you think are easy to start for people who want to do one meal a day? Oh, I mean, if you if you want to really get down to like super basics. Yeah. Is it can be as simple as putting almond milk on your all under soya milk on your Syria granola in the morning instead of cow's milk, having a bean veggie burrito. Instead of a beef burrito. Having pasta with tomato sauce and chick peas instead of a meat sauce. Super simple things like that. And I mean, you can you could get a jar of tomato sauce, and then a can of chickpeas. And who tells yeah, you're done any saw that a dollar star. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. That was my transition was. When I when vegan it wasn't an overnight thing is too tough. But I would slowly start like when I would run out of milk in my fridge instead of buying cow's milk, again, just try almond milk or owed milk is really fucking good try that I've had like five people tell me so good. Thank right now. Right now. Right now. Excellent. We did a really funny thing with milk's. Actually, when we first did it because it was a little there was a little mutiny in the household. The youngest one was five. So she didn't catch you. It's like, okay. But the other ones were like, you know, we at teenagers on a. Yeah, there's nothing you could have done. They would have been said about. I mean in hindsight, I one meal a day would have been better for the to ease into it. But in any case, we did we pulled out and this was six and a half years ago. So they weren't nearly as opportune different varieties as there are today. So I think we had five of them and we put blindfolds on everybody. Oh, and they all tasted them. And then they graded them while they were blindfolded, and we wrote it down, and then we stopped the house. Yeah. With the ones that they want other. Yup. So they felt empowered choose their own milk. So funny about you know, people thinking like, I don't know if I've ever had vegan food, but then waited it all the time. I saw you know, like peanut butter and jelly you were talking about just give your kid for their lunch. Peanut butter and jelly instead of maybe like a Turkey sandwich. It's like, yeah. We've all had vegan food everyone like xactly PB and J sandwich. You don't know how to do that. Yes. You do as they were making OMG food product. So Jim, and I have a pulse processing plant up in scotch Awan. And we're using our pea proteins, proteins and Volvo being partic- make different things ginger beef pulled pork interesting. Yeah. And we have a lintel butter. That's like crack homo. It is unbelievable. I've ever had. Yeah. That's yeah. You like no you have about. I don't know if I've ever had crack. I don't think so. Versatile lentils and beans are win. You just like we stop thinking of them as you know, just this one kind of products like you when you make it into a flour. Like all of a sudden, you can do anything. I think a lot of people win especially like when we go on tour, and we meet people and they're like, oh, I'm not vegan. But I am being friendly. So I eat it every night or a few nights a week a lot of people feel like they're giving something up. You know, if you're like, wow. I can't have my burger or the thing that I'm used to be like his ear any do. You have a guilty pleasure. Like vegan food. They like. Did Edgeley you? I felt that way about dairy getting milk coffee was the toughest for me. Yeah. I mean, my super guilty pleasure is champagne Franklin. Turn down to champagne those bubbles. But no when so I grew up in Oklahoma. We raised our own cows. We raise pigs, and there was actually milking cow that we only drank that milk during the summertime when we were down there. And then when I was seventeen I moved to Paris. And so, of course, I was exposed to amazing cheese yogurt and all kinds of things like that. And I might half-and-half in my teeth. And yet the reason why dairy so difficult is it has naturally occurring opiates in it. Oh shit. Yeah. So all mammals milk. Yeah. Has naturally occurring opiates in it because it keeps the baby coming back. They become addicted. So they come back so the eat, and they thrive if you are ever around a nursing baby before you see them jonesing for that. Mill. Explains the drunk baby. Exactly, we call it Wiki used to call it the milk coma. Like drilling coming out of their mouth. But you think about growing an infant so call it seven pounds to eighteen pounds a year. A cow is about sixty pounds to six hundred pounds. So you drink the milk there that many more opiates in it. And then you condense it down into yogurt. So there's that much more. And then you put it into a block of cheese. It's a block of morphine. Yeah. So when people tell you when you can't sleep to drink, a warm glass of milk. Well, there's a reason all their option wrong. Yeah. So it's definitely addictive. And I found new. You should you trucial us. There's a one night. I was really really craving that like cheesy thing, and I had just opened a brand new bag of it. And I took a little couple of teaspoons on it. And I was like, oh, that's really just. Yeah. Straight. And I pulled out the tablespoon. I'll say. Just let it just melt in my mouth and about twenty minutes later. My little girl comes in my five year old and she looks up at me. She says, mommy, red spot all of your face, the B vitamins aside, a nice win at my knuckles were read, my knees. My my ankles, my face was just nutritious is really, it's really rich and B-vitamins midnight. Overload of Biba. I did I didn't on careful with the news now. But it was interesting over time the addiction dissipates, I still however right around Christmas time crave. Like English breakfast team with vanilla Stirrup in like a Starbucks thing. They'll syrup in it and half, and he got and then my son. My oldest son's at mom. Just come on just have it. And then I start thinking about like, the pus and the blind. Yeah. That's in the hormones that are in the milk. And I'm like, I just can't I know it'll make me feel sick. Anyway, when you try to you know, when you when you stop eating these saints, and you do try to go back like it's not the same. It's not the same as your memory like your memory has made them so much bigger and so much more delicious. Like, I loved red vines as a kid like that with my guilty pleasure food like we live near a seven eleven and I would go and get the liquor sh-. And it would be on my braces. I'm like did you go to some like, no? Like a liar. And so I didn't either for weapons it's just like high fructose corn syrup and nothing like red dye, and I had him recently. And like it just doesn't match the high. I was a kid when I was like what's the point like friends and family done the same thing with me that like they'll just buy just who cares. Like, I'm not gonna Tony buddy. I'm like not only do I not want to. But if I do consume this. It would wreck me. Like, my stomach would be like what the fuck is this like, I don't process. That's right. It happens really quickly. So when we went plant based in Jim said to me, he said, no, I'm not going to be dogmatic about this. I'm going to treat meat like birthday cake. And I said that sounds reasonable perfect. So like one month after we went plant based it was our anniversary, and we went away for the weekend, and we are ordering room service. And he he's a he was looking at the menu. And he said he's at so I want to filet Mignon. There was always his guilty pleasure. I wanna filet Mignon, medium, rare. And I was like he said, I told you that birthday cake. Exactly. And I'm like, yeah. Totally. Yeah. Anyway, everything came in. I think he ate a third of it yet. And for the next day and a half. He's like oh doubled over. Yeah. Makes you realize that how how much you we are kind of complicit in not feeling well in our own bodies. It's not until you start eating better. Do you realize that actually was feeling unwell beforehand, it I people always joke that some it makes our systems weaker going plant based but signal at your you're feeling better. So you're just not used to feeling like shit like Easter client. Exactly, I mean, we it happened within days, and you do you just you. It's almost like I walked into the room one day. And I said to Jim, okay. This is going to sound really weird, but two colors, look, brighter to you. He kind of looked around. He's like, yeah. There's just this clarity that happens and the amount in just the amount of energy. You have always wondering I notice when I went vegan. Yes. I was not sluggish and I wasn't hitting that afternoon slump all the time. Like, I would go work out like shit. I could probably do our like on the elliptical or something. I do I do high intensity inner. Foles on the elliptical and sometimes I'll get to an hour, and I'll be like, I could totally do more. But I gotta go. Exactly. We executive produced a film called game changers, which is supposed to come out hopefully before Christmas, but it's all about elite athletes plant based elite athletes Olympic athletes, the strongest man in the world actually picks up twelve hundred pounds and carries it across the stage. He picks up a car in the middle of one of the scenes and tips it over. I mean, this guy any huge and he's one hundred percent plant based, but bodybuilders and runners and immune. It's extraordinarily what your exercise recovery is. But yeah, there's a lot of lot of athletes like we are friends with a lot of professional athletes who are vegan. And there's a lot of boxers in my boxing gym that when they have a fight coming up is it they'll ask me. Hey soliloquy. Schmidt. A mule plenty which you know, we should I be go vegan right before fight. And when they're off their diet. They make fun of me for being Megan on like how much better did you? Did you win that fight? Yeah. I won the fight. Okay. So maybe it should be that being said is there still one vegetable that you can't get behind like I have a hard time with a radishes like I love vegetables. I haven't kept it on like discount. John. Renault to know. I am I never onions. I know you can't do against a true. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I lo- them. Really? Yeah. I mean, however, you know, if it's in welcome moly or an salsa. It doesn't really bother me. But if they're like cooked onions and something it's just they're just not my friend, and I don't like tasting them for three days. I don't like the smell of online. I love garlic. I love shallot. Okay. There. You know? It's just in the middle onions. However, there is a fruit. Oh, here we go, vile. And it's bananas. I knew you're going to say I'm gonna love him. Surprisingly divisive. They are. They were found out. There's a scene in that new boat. Barnum film eighth grade where the little girl she hates bananas, and she's trying to just be at adolescent and like being rebellious. I never dad walks in and she's trying to eat a banana. I thought you hate of an inch because I love them. And then she tries to eat it and the look on her face. I imagine that. Yeah. Smelling them and my kids love them. So I'll slice them and put them on peanut butter bagels, or whatever sandwich growing up. I didn't have peanut butter and jelly, and I didn't link Turkey meets or anything like that in kind of deli meat. And so my mom made me a peanut butter and banana sandwich, they've redes- for lunch all of elementary school. I haven't had one in fifteen years got a little burn out. Banana hitter. Alright banana bread, no. She's she's like I'm done with this. Your new book draft. It's drops October twenty third. So it's out. Now there is now and it's anywhere books are sold rate. Yes. Yes. You can get it on Amazon. Exactly. Yeah. Barnes and noble. How can I I knew so zone? Audible. Yes. It is on audible do the voice. I did do the voice, and I haven't what was doing it. It was I had no idea how challenging it was going to be. But I'm really happy that I'm a trained actors so much information that book, I'm sure it's it was hard to deliver. It all like because it just I mean, you're so packed with information. Yeah. I mean, I think writing some of the terms and actually pronouncing them. Problem too. Because it is so heavily research. And there's a lot of medical information that well, you know, it was interesting because we started initially I started it leading with the environment. But after all of the market research that we did people don't if the deal listening to things about climate change in the environment. It's depressing. Yeah. And a lot of people don't really want to hear about it. A lot of America is they're climate deniers. I have a couple in my don't we'll. So we ended up flopping over and doing the medical leading with medical and then kind of slipping into the environmental because everyone cares about themselves mostly. Yeah. Mostly unless you're like, a young little whippersnapper, and they're like, I'll never get sick. Yeah. But it's funny. I I'm glad to hear you say that because I do think a lot of people are more persuaded by the health. Yeah. And then they'll stay plan based for the environment for the animal, but they'll go plant based. But that's does we're going to hope problems. I went vegan won't get into because I've talked about on previous episodes. But. And like you said, Jim I was always like I will try this. And if I want to go back to tear, Ian or just being an omnivore, that's okay too. And after like, I don't know six months like shit. I guess I haven't had any in what's so pregnant about the one meal a day argument is that it gives people permission to try something new, but it doesn't take anything away from them. Either know exactly exactly, and I think my under absolutely. My underlying message is around the environment. Because that's my personal mission statement is to make the world better place for all of our children to grow up in. So I tell people I was like I don't care if you're doing it for your health, the environment the cute little fuzzy animals, your waistline, your sex life, which gets better, by the way, all of those. I don't care because you love them the cable it's a win win win way around and all of those things they all funnel back into the environment. They all help the environment. We get a lot of people asking us like. What made you go vegan? And I feel like the question is kind of flipped. It's like, well, why aren't you vegan so many fucking reasons to to not consume animal products? What's your either for it? The use should convince me that I shouldn't be planned based I like to acquaint it to smoking. And this this is my in a perfect world. Because if you especially in Los Angeles when you're walking down the street and you smell cigarette smoke. It's like it's weird. Yeah. It's like how dare you know? But I haven't smelled it in so long. I smoked for many years when I lived in Texas, and then I moved here to LA. And like there's nowhere you can smoke in L A. You're right. Like when you see someone of the bus stop and they're smelling cigarette. You're with. Your. Whatever you're doing with your health is your business, but you're polluting my air. And so in a perfect world. I envision being in a restaurant that still serves meat and ninety five percent of the restaurant is eating vegan. And there's that one person. Berga and everybody's glaring at them going. You're polluting our world, you're polluting the world for my children that I'm sitting here having dinner with. That's like that's like my of the world my friends after they give me a hard time for being vegan. And I have a sixty six L community that's gas guzzler. And he was like how can you like environmental Louis? Be drive. The piece of Chicago. I'm like, dude, I drive it two days a month and also vegan I could drive a fucking tank if I. Yeah. And it's an equal out. But that's what is so great again about one meal a day is that wherever you are in your life wherever you are in your health journey like you can do that. You don't have to check with anyone. You don't have to do anything. Just gotta be out on your on your way. That's right. It's judge mental. It's not about perfection just dip your towing. And you're providing a lot of information for the reason people should everybody. Go pick up. Oh, MD change the world by changing one meal a day by our lovely guests easy. And thank you so much for being on. We really appreciate it. I think you so much Iki had so much fun. How'd you sleep last night? Terroristic. I'm very different. I'm very enthused about the amount of sleep. And I'm getting right now. Yes, Chris you well rested. Because I did the trial with our sponsor purple mattress. They have one hundred nights risk-free trial. And the Joe boy, this is taking them up on that offer. All right. So they'll come in they'll deliver the mattress hall, all the way the old mattress. So you don't have to worry about it. You can return it if after one hundred days, listen, if you like something after three months. 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Frito Why?!?

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

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Frito Why?!?

"Welcome to forked. Up Your Go-to podcast for all things Okra. Oreo was it. Oh there's chapstick. Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Today we're talking facetime with farm animals Kenyan care packages and what the FUCK IS GONNA sustain? Eighteen jealous about to give up. What the fuck is up? Everybody yet we did not release episode last week. I just get this elephant in the room. Taken Keira everything's fine so we have to get together on a regular basis to. We're still working on our book. Trying to limit limit. We're limiting exposure as much as possible. Were the only two people that are office in while working on the book we try to record our podcast so if there is a gap in the schedule was last week. Please be patient with us. We're trying to be as safe. Follow all the guidelines. I don't we have a president. We do we have a supplemental episode for your this week since we missed last week so I don't WanNa hear it. We are trying something new. We are doing these little cooking segments. Yeah so it's like a cook along. We Cook a recipe on the site a new recipe for. Y'All from start to finish and we record the whole process. So you get to hear like weird tips that I would never include an cookbook. Because it's just shit that I'm like. Oh people might want to know this and you gotta hear where I fuck up. Yeah so we're going to be releasing some of those to try and make for the gap in the schedule if there is a gap. There shouldn't be. Yeah but but also like let us know what you think about them if you want more of them or if there's a recipe that you want us to do that you want somebody to talk you through fucking let us know. Also some people have reached out to us the some of our merchandise that a stock. We're not in a rush to restart. Not a priority are march is stocked and printed by Amazon directly. So we don't do any of that Shit and We would rather that they ship out more important stuff than are are nonsense. So Super Low priority guys. We'll we'll restock eventually but right now it's not it's not important. Well we definitely appreciate. Y'All thanks for trying to you know. Chuck some coin in our direction much-appreciated just by the book. If that's what you're trying to do we love that. But if you can't buy the book right now we have. A bunch of recipe is up on the website that we have catered to our current economic situation is called bunker bites. It's all of our pantry staple recipes that are super easy to sell whatever produces in there or what other ingredients are in there just so you can adopt them for what you have and you don't have to make a special run to the grocery store that's kitchen dot com slash onkar. Go check it out. Yeah we got breakfast lunch. Snacks entrees drinks and desserts. So it's everything you need right one shop. I know everybody's tired of doing sour dough non wrong with sour dough. Yeah try some different. We really shot our whole wide right at the beginning of quarantine. What was it? Everyone just waiting for a little time at home to Bake. Bread was yeah. It's really funny that we all like this is what we're doing now. People like exhausted. I'm tired of cooking. It's like you say some even tried to do Mac and cheese. I went in the deep end straight into bread mattress bags. I love it but you know we can do other things. I mean other than all the bread. Baking that everybody's doing have you noticed the getty challenge love explain what it s so people on across the Internet on all platforms are recreating very famous paintings We'd see in the Getty Museum and they're doing it rolls of toilet paper. Whatever should they have land around the house? It's fucking killing at? The people are amazing. Yeah if you need some the cheer you up yeah check out the getty challenge what I love about it though like you and I have been shooting the fourth book now for a little bit like six weeks when all this started to fall apart and we're like faulk. This was the art direction we were doing. We were trying to like what the people wanted before they even. Yeah we were trying to sort of recreate old still life painting doing it like with modern food and just start to see people do getty challenge. I was like Damn Damn Damn good. Do you know who doesn't need any cheering up right. Now the fucking pets of of the world. Oh my God finally the amount of attention I deserve issue but I feel like there is a little. It's like two different sides of the same coin cats. They're like get the fuck out like they're tired of their owners hanging around all the time. Now all say this my girls. Aren't there actually getting more competitive for my attention. It's getting very cute in my house like well let's get minks hale and I'm just like just throw a weapon in between I was thinking about making it a side hustle like doing it. I G live. It'd be like take a Bet News. The full game shutdown. You know it's fucking awhile out. Their dogs don't mind. Dogs are stoked. Oh this is dogs are going to have everyone's dog clean to match. Your dog wasn't clean you before or watch the fuck out and if your dog is not clinging to you right now then you must suck. Are you ready for some history? Let's get into food history. It is now time for this week in food. History this serious goal as you so if you guys are on the internet which if you're at home and not actively working like a crazy person you definitely are. You've seen this doug on a coffee trend. That's sweeping the Internet. It's also called whipped coffee and you make it by whipping together. Equal parts of instant coffee sugar and hot water till it almost kind of looks like a chocolate frosting or like chocolate whip cream. So where the fuck did this come from like? Why is it all of a sudden every word every influencers like channel? Like how the fuck did this happen? Well it surge in popularity happened when an appeared on a Korean. Tv Show in January in it actor young Il woo travel to Macau try. The drink gave it the nickname. Dr GonNa for its resemblance to traditional Korean honeycomb candy from there and exploded on. Tick Tock Youtube Instagram. All over the world and since everybody's at home and these ingredients are pretty common in your pantry. Everybody's trying to make it and while South Korea and Macau or getting all the credit for this frothy drink there. It's popular all over the world. You can find it in India and Pakistan and in one place in particular Greece in Greece. They call it a Frat pay and it's fucking everywhere you can get them at the airport and the tiniest coffee shop on the Tiniest Island. So it's crazy that. South Korea is getting all the attention because in the show the character isn't even in South Korea Macau Macau so. It's not a South Korean. Drink like even from its origins and the Greeks are unsurprisingly. Kind of upset of all this international viral like oversight softening a guys. We've been doing this fucking forever and Allison South Korea does it and you're like Ooh what is this shiny new drink. How inventive and the TIMET. Greece is that kid in the class joke in one person left and then South Korea repeated the joke in the whole fucking class cracked up. Yeah and that's what God damn so just let it be known as a fraud pay like you can call. Dogana coffee if you want but like in your heart just no pay and try it out because you're bored as fuck and you want coffee anyways and it's super easy to make you just have to whip it like use your hand mixer like you'd use to make like Frosting with or something that you can't really do it by hand unless you're super yoked and this deep into quarantine. I doubt that you are so fucking. Try it out. It's delicious. I made one for you this morning. You made it this morning. In what did I say it was? I was like this is muddy coffee. Yeah this is like Oh. It's like milk with coffee. Mug On top and I'll say it as he was walking away like you know what that means bad good. Yeah it was like it was it was like that good mud e you've got some ice in there. He got some milk. Yeah and then you got coffee mud right on top. It's okay it's fine. I don't know that I would order it but I understand the hype behind all of. It's fun Yeah Coffee Rodney fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to recall. Get ready for us so this week instead of a total recall segment because they're not doing inspections right now and we're recording this on four twenty four twenty related at La. It is after four. Pm. It's literally four twenty four twenty as fast motherfucker. I thought that I would share some of my high thoughts with your so. This little notebook. That jot my dumb ass ideas downing baked or just extremely tired. And you know there's some hits there's a lot of MRS mostly business a lot of hits at the time and then in the morning so fuck it. Let's get into it. I haven't heard this before. So let low earthworms. Where's your fucking neck? Are they all necker? No you have no neck like. Where do you put a Necktie on cartoon earthworm? I think they are anti thing. Yeah okay next one okay. Do you think that you would make more money hauling off an actual heist or by making a movie about a heist? Oh and think about the risk involved. I honestly I think you have a better percentage wise with an actual heist really. Yeah because a lot of movies like you could make the movie like actually pull it off and it be terrible flop or he just released it against six other heist movies. Nobody fucking sees it right. Yeah then even. If you're part of that you still have to split like like. Let's say everybody right. Let's say that you have is successful. Oceans whatever franchise. Yeah you have to split there with all the other producers and filmmakers s same as an actual high snow but it this is people out. They're like oh it's ocean's love and I need like ten other dudes it's like no you don't you need. Maybe one other person you need to know. Where the weak links are you fucking death. Pack with his mother Fucker. That's how you pull it off and we're all wearing face masks and hoodies up anyway. I'm just saying is been a lot of time thinking about crimes lately one more technically all land are islands. I've actually thought about that before. Like a giant canyon filled with water. The ocean is a pond or all islands. It's one or the other come on science on the science now busy right now. You're definitely don't have anything else going on. I hate the my dog understands. Some of my language picks up on buzzwords. But there's nothing that I can do to understand his language. Well you know that's not true like there's a study where this this lady who worked with Primates she fed them all the time. Like grapes went to these. Monkeys is like they got this. They got this and she was in her office. One day after years of working with these monkeys and they were getting fed and she wasn't doing it or primates rather and she's like Oh. They're getting grapes today because she recognized the sound that they were making. Oh that's interesting. Based on what they're eating late his barks like the different like how like if he's excited scared. Tell like Oh. That's the mail. Yeah but everything else. You're kind of projecting totally I've often thought like when I go to other countries where I don't really speak the language I'm like. Oh the dog knows more than me. Totally Ju remember a foster that I got radio. She hears us from Thailand. She came to America. She didn't like she's from this dog. She came straight from. Lax To my apartment didn't know what's rural Thailand rural villages like. She didn't know what the fuck cars were. Streetlights victor out all the noise and like our dialect is so different from the time she was like I. This is a different alien linked garbage. You all garbage. But she had a budget puppies back home and she was just like happy for a mom vacation. I think she'll use my favorite. She's like Susan. That is great speaking of animals just like doing the most you ready for some news. Good news enough of my high bullshit. So I eat farms right. Now are having a hard time. Because they don't know what to do especially if it's gotta a farm where they do like educational stuff and people are getting super creative so Need Sal Peter Anna sweet co-founded sweet farm here in California in two thousand sixteen as a way to promote the humane treatment of animals. Rescued from stockyard. Yeah these animals quote. Help educate farm visitors around issues related to animal welfare factory farming and sustainability according to their website. Which is sweet farm dot org but obviously social distancing has ended all their onsite program. Soon sweet farm was forced to turn to an alternative means to stay afloat and spread their message and they knocked it out of the fucking park all right. They founded goat to meeting. Oh like gotomeeting Goto meeting. Yeah which is like a zoom kind of platform with they're going to go to the gotomeeting initiative which allows people to zoom with different animals for a nominal fee with tears based on. Like what kind of animal you want. So you can zoom with Allama for sixty five dollars. That's a fucking bargain. Yeah you can just add them to like a business call like they'll just be a window with Allama like eating grass or whatever fucking love it. They've got goats sheep. Pigs cows everything you want and for a little more cash. They'll take you on a virtual tour around the farm and you can meet all the animals. I think this is great for like. If you have kids oh I was going to say this is perfect. Forgive get their friends on zoom like get like a group of kids going so you can split between parents and like have them see along or like like I would fucking what the fuck. I don't know anyone who's ever looked at Allama and been depressed. They look silly shit gorgeous to like their whole body is stupid. Llamas good vibes. Yeah but they like to work all the time and their eyeliner game is fucking bananas. The like bashful realize next logical step Islam as having their own youtube makeup tutorials about eyeliner added only fans. I would subscribe immediately so they've already had more than five hundred requests for the service and they rescued barn. Animals have even made guest appearances in meetings for like Fortune. Five hundred firms like. This isn't just like rinky-dink people like everyone is like Goldman Sachs is like get me. That fucking Lama morality. Wonder if you could If you give them a few xbox and be like hey I have the meeting code one. Jesus like bomb them with animals as not my meeting. I just know there's going to be a class. Here's the code. I'll I'll pay double what you're asking like feed the pigs but make them like sound really squirrelly and excited for can throw him in the meeting. I think it's so smart. So are you guys go to a Suite Farm Dot Org? This is not an ad I just love. This idea Grin Google the gotomeeting initiative. And figure out what he's doing so creative right now and. I know times are hard but I really seeing some great stuff from people. Yeah actually speaking of people being creative with the corn team so this week Mike. Songo the governor of Nairobi announced the care. Packages are going to be delivered. Toil residents that's going to include a food staples and a few bottles Hennessy. What did I so I looked up. There's video of him. And he's saying that Research out of the World Health Organization reveals that alcohol plays a major role in killing viruses. Okay that part is right. This is this is a yes or no like the telephone with themselves like yes. Alcohol does help you know with viruses. But we're talking like ninety nine percent. I so yeah. In alcoholics seventy percent like that is not what we're not talking about COGNAC. Levels bless his heart. You know what I read that Arrows. I smart. You know this is. This is a re election bid and low key working. Yeah like also. Can you even imagine our government giving US liquor? I can't imagine our government. Give us fruit. They would give us expired cheese and a fucking bill even if the federal government are of like local governments right. Now we're like given up care back because I feel like California would do all right because producer you'd get like some Avocados Some fucking we'd Tortilla Georgia now. Yeah can do it. Actually no bottomline fuck it. I would not want a federal care back. I can't I think you're right. I think you'd be like you'd be Shitty in the bill and it would be like super over inflated played the Federal Government is sending everybody. You hungry man. Three hundred dollars in was we're going to take out of your tax burden on your house about it Andrew. The hungry man. Didn't you're going to date and invited your for dinner and you got there and she just did you about hungry man okay. So the story is I'm in college. Goes Girls Place I was. I didn't know a it was like we hung out a couple times the first time that her and I were hanging out and she invited me over her place so slacks and like a college shirt. Yeah during the month I'm thinking in my head I'm like we're going to obviously go out to dinner. Yeah sit down on her couch. I Don I don't eat before I over there. Because it's like you're broken. You're like twenty two. Yeah and we sit on the couch and we're just like watching TV until like nine o'clock at night are like I am dying. Yeah and she didn't offer shit a couple of times I have been like I'm like hey like there's a place down the street you know like let's go and Thai food or you know like my treat and she was like. Oh No you know I was finding. She said if you're hungry food here COOK FOR YEARS. I should okay. That's cool. No you just like sound couch and like whip something up cool she straight up microwave to Hungary meat and served it to me and I ate it and I hate that shit and I never saw her again. And there's nothing wrong with like just microwave and something for somebody to set the expectation even eat with me. Single hungry men dinner. I bring this for my boys. I thought she was going to. Maybe do one for her to or something she she was like. I'm actually not that hungry. I've been here since five o'clock you have not had dinner. I know you're hungry. You're lying and then I do WanNa have some all right. This is your groceries. You bought this guy. This came from your freezer story. You haven't told that no such a long time. I think that might be the first and only hungry man. I've ever had my life only reason. I know that is because when when she started microwave and something I popped in the kitchen. I was like so what's going on here. Hey I'm starting well. We doing the box on the counter. Like oh Lord here we go like of microwave foods. She could've just made microwave nachos and that would have been again again. Offered to take her out. Yeah offered to pay for it. She was not down with any that she wanted selling couch. And she wanted to watch fucking. Ncis out five hours a little bit. Okay well okay. Yeah but like that was not enough and I told all my friends about it Dan. That's crazy she so hot to do that. People by Shooting Food. Leave it in the freezer talking about so like. Matt said at the top of the show we recorded episode of the pod where we made a Frito Pie. We didn't microwave anything and we made it from start to finish. But if you're from Texas or the Mid Western New Mexico you might not know what the fuck we're talking about. It's not a pie out of beyond a lot of people. Were like Frito Pie. I can't make crust is made is made from the break up the FRITOS and they make the pie crust. I got that actually would be more. We're GONNA record this school explain an actual. Frito fuck around the kids love this gourmet okay. But ignore them that said It's not a pie at all. It's basically like Super Messy Nachos no baking involved and it's simply fritos still in the bag. You like. Roll down the bag and you spoon a bunch of Chili on top. Like that's it and you eat it from the bag in Texas and Oklahoma usually see it topped with shredded cheddar cheese. Maybe like some diced onions. But if you want to get fancy. Avocado DICED TOMATOES. Jalapenos fresh or pickled or like green onions. We made a beer cheese sauce. Go on top of ours in that recipe is going to be up on the site to like everything delicious in this world exactly who can lay claim to the creation of the Frito Pie? A very disputed. This is very contentious territory folks because I think are no people in Texas that this would be the hill. They would die off. So new Mexican say it was invented in the nineteen sixties at a woolworth's and Santa fe which is now like there are five and dime by a woman named Theresa Hernandez meanwhile Texans Trace it back to the nineteen thirties claiming San Antonio resident or some with the most Texas name. Daisy Doolan there easy. Do Mother of the guy who invented fritos invented the dish. Hernandez was like a plane version and doolan adorned with cheese and chopped onions. So you don't know fucking avangard. Yeah Oh Doolan is just doing. A- regardless of who invented it. The dish owes everything to Texas according to Houston based Food Writer. Rob Walsh quote. Frito Pie owes its popularity. Texas Highschool stadiums like their concession stands where it's made by just tearing open the bag of chips laying all the options in the condiment holder on top. My Dad is from Oklahoma and I grew up eating them mass from Houston. You grew up eating them all the time like a football game staple yeah no like. We went to the Rodeo Frito Pie. We went to a museum fucking Frito Pie and if you make it at home like I don't eat the bag I think. That's fucking gross. I put it in a in a bowl. That trashy narcolepsy. Yeah what did you say when you told them we were making these? What's the cool? What's the Papa Holloway Quote? So we shot the phone. I send it to my dead and he replies with other places try to clear. Now do it in the voice other places trying to claim it. But it's all ticks like. You didn't even prompt him on like where this came from. I have to explain to them on. I'm going to settle this before you even get a lot of people in Oklahoma and New Mexico run their mouth but this is a famous hater of the Frito Pie is the late great. Anthony Bore Dan on an episode of parts. Unknown twenty thirteen. He tried to Frito Pie when he was in New Mexico and called it quote warm crap in a bag and quote a colostomy pie harsh words for Mr Boorda and he went on quote New Mexico. You have many wonderful things I think. Let Texas have this one Texas wants. This wanted. Well I hate to disagree with the legend of itself but I think it's a nostalgia base dish and so maybe if you didn't grow up eating it like you just won't get it. Frito pies also found all across the Midwest where it's usually referred to as a walking Taco. So you can find this recipe up on our site and you could along with us in the bonus episode and you can hear me getting killed by an onion. Be sure to check out the fetal pie recipe up on a site and check out bunker bites again. This THUG KITCHEN DOT COM SLASH BUNKER. And that is our show this week. We appreciate. Y'All be impatient with our erratic schedule and for tuning in and shout out to our producer. Sean putting up with US every james put up with us. Do you know how many times matches like a weird noise into the mic? Or it's just like what what bubbled up human being. Shut out to our producer Sean and shot to the potty. Y'All stay safe and we will see our next week.

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Natasha Case: Ice Cream Lady

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Natasha Case: Ice Cream Lady

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A thug kitchen podcast, the show that is does food politics and pop culture, all while trying to give a fuck and now for your host, Michelle Davis, and Matt Holloway. Welcome to fort up your go-to podcast for all things vegetables, video games and bigs. I'm not Holloway. And Michelle Davis today. We're talking Kansas style pizza nutritional spray cheese and hotel Taco Bell. That is the worst eagle song. You can check in anytime you like or you can check out anytime you like never leave. But yeah, you're gonna die here. Later, we're joined by Natasha case to talk about her amazing ice cream sandwich business, an Anneli institution. Cool haas. Always is a cool cool Haas. Cool house, both and building an empire from scratch. So you guys definitely want to stay tuned because she built something out of nothing to enjoy. It's about to give sharpened knows knives. Its fourth step does kitchen podcast. Coloma what are you enjoying your two weeks of solitude? So I mean currently pass not is projecting what future do. Stoop? So it's tough to say, I'm sure he's having a blast. Yeah. So we're front loading a lot of pods because this one is going on vacation, and Madior don't not this one knows one is staying behind. I'm holding down the fort Matt's. Hold down the fort and I am going on vaca-. So we're talking to you from the future passed and Matt's a Cadillac in all over California, red and blue. I, I hope nothing serious has happened in the last two weeks. There's been no news hit to come off, like a real asshole. In slow before that, definitely no political news. That's not true. There's been no food news. I'm glad that the world has stopped yet, so that we can take a couple of weeks of summer vacation. We decided that we rarely do this. Yeah, we talk all the time you're on vacation. Sam sitting on my couch plan, y'all have a backlog video games, I've just been busy, and I haven't gotten too. I like that. You treat yourself like that. That you're like, hold on. I'm going to wait until I can pay all the attention to you, baby. I'm not gonna have us video. Yeah. I gotta sit down. I'll get a Cup of coffee and some like we'd, yeah. I got you gotta have my attention for like twelve. Oh, yes. Now it's good. It's good. And I'm in Greece. Probably getting a sunburn good for you. I've never been you fair skinned plug in my Irish asked doesn't belong in. That's sunny, sunny climate. And what are you doing? I'm wearing a floppy fucking straw hat and praying to the many Greek gods. Come back, a giant freckle Recco back. I'm daniel. But I've never been and I'm super fucking stoked to tell me about it. I will be playing assassin's creed in Greece. Picture of yourself like next to the screen of like some location at I'm at. This is self you to landmark go find in the video, and then recreate it. I really liked that as, as far as like personal company news. Nothing nothing quiet. Well, there's a burglar in our midst fucking raccoons, goddamn opposable thumb, having bitches. Matt, Matt has like a you know he has a green thumb. And so we have these planner boxes at the office and somebody keeps digging. I'm one of them. And I we were incorrectly blading one of the pups because I saw him in there digging it wasn't like he's innocent. He's definitely not. But yes. So our neighbor well, hold up, then he met comes into the office this morning. He's like, there are white furs in the manner. I went all see us got him on the fucking magnifying. These fibers. She just here, like is it a rat? Is it a possum who's doing this? And then the neighbors, she said that she saw raccoon five AM digging digging in my time. And that's a creature. We can't do nothing about because they don't give up fuck about people coons don't give a shit about. They don't care about nothing. What time we went camping and Matt had gotten his huge Tupperware with these locked handles. It's supposed to be super secure for camping right? And we brought mats dog Phoenix. And so we had some of the dog food and the super secure container. And I was hearing all this rustling outside the tent I was like Matt. I think I think there's fucking raccoons out there. He's like they can't get into the container Rachelle stamping crazy. The tag on the. I'm not quoting verbatim, but I'm pretty sure it said, raccoon poop. Yeah. And then Finally, I mean, the dog is in the tent with us, she's going crazy. And so, finally, Matt was like, oh, my, we'll take a peek looks out the lid just goes down on the container because there's too fucking raccoons inside of it, like four raccoon spies who sets and the lidge is lowering. That like the king raccoon, mo- alpha alpha was not afraid of me, so Matt puts Phoenix on the leash and was like, okay we're going to go out there and fucking scream at them. I've got a flush trying to scare them off. Don't give a fucking slowly, just walked away from us, like all right? We'll be back digits. Dog food. This isn't what happened. But I picture them making a little sack of the doctor like to go back. Once again. Collect are belong. Here in a moment. Sir. So this is a long running feud between you. And I just put some time in the garden. And I'm trying to let it get established in these time the urban and also his own personal time. We'll both these little mother fuckers fucking with my time. I don't like him. I really liked. It was records fresh. Fucking reagan's. That's a trailer boys, quote, the boys on that guys Gratiot, gotta go. Gotta go watch the park, boys. The best anyways, we're just rambling this point. Let's get to some food is I got one for ya. Okay. Okay. Said this week in nineteen Fifty-eight pizza. Hut was Warren. Okay pizza, not my favorite pizza chain, but very interesting backstory. Okay. So eighteen year old Frank Carney, and his brother Dan established the first Pizza Hut. Pizzeria in nineteen fifty eight at the request of a landlord who had an unwanted building. Okay. So apparently this was in Wichita, Kansas, apparently, the landlord saw story in the Saturday Evening Post about this pizza. Fad getting. Popular with the teens and college students. And he's got this empty building. I think it'd be good for that. I know these two guys do shit and put they're pretty smart. Like you should do that opened old pizza place here, it'll be real cool. So the brothers are like, yeah, I guess, and they borrowed six hundred dollars from their mom. Okay. And they opened the very first Pizza Hut, which great name off the top of your dome. The Franken Dan, excellent work. Although then, you absolutely nothing about pizza making or business. Frankly, there eighteen year olds and Carney, doesn't sound particularly Italian in me. I wouldn't give six hundred dollars in two thousand nineteen to eighteen let alone in nineteen Fifty-eight fuck, let's see what nineteen Fifty-eight did trust you how much money. That'd be. Yeah. Yeah, let's get a you know what I want to know about pizza. If the original location looked anything like all the franchise locations around everywhere, because that was a later development, and when they started franchising, but the brothers did help come up with that, what's with the curtains. That's what I want to know why the fuck does a pizza parlor have curtains. Is that where the smell comes from? We all know what the pizza it smells you walk in, and there's just, that's that stale bread so that would narrow sauce yet. No cooked into the curtains. That'd be about five thousand dollars today, which she wouldn't give it eighteen year old five thousand dollars. But that's not that's not a million dollar loud. I know I'm just saying that's very impressive that both their mother had that and that they were able to. Yeah. So they opened the first Pizza Hut. Like I said, in Wichita Kansas, they knew nothing about what they were doing. But right time right place, where people everything kind of fell into working for them their first franchise open into Pika Kansas in nineteen Fifty-nine of two years, late or one year later rather through I know right the Pizza Hut in Aggie Ville. Kansas was the first to have delivery. It was a total innovation. Nobody else was doing this anywhere in the country. Loma month is another Aggie Ville, outside of Texas, that you're telling me, I've never heard of the phrase Aggie Ville ochre. From the south Kansas, south. Yeah. In the midwest. Yeah, yeah. I mean I think you're right. I'd have to hit us up on the comments. People gotta pay me. Yeah. So it was the first to have delivery huge huge invention. Right. And these these I delivers were made on three wheeled scooters, like, like, wait a disrupt. The fuck and restaurant game guys like this was the oh, gee fucking like post mates. It's very the original lime scooters and they're like we're just going. We're going to dick these pizzas on Carney. That's what this sounded like that's history is I don't want to tell you that I guess, the idea of delivery and pizza was a little hard for people to understand it first. So the brothers very inventively they out. What would bring a pizza? Yeah. Here out of your fucking. How do I know what's on it? Concept. So they, they would send pizzas to the local bars in Aggie, and sold them like that, until people like understood what it meant. And then they're like you just call this and we'll do it to you, wherever you are so, yeah, good for them. So by nineteen seventy seven so less than twenty years, later Pizza Hut had grown to over five thousand outlets and the brothers decided to sell the business to PepsiCo for over three hundred million dollars, do their conversion to three hundred million in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven okay. That's fucking nasty money. Okay. I got to council zeros that's over a billion dollars. Fools. It's one point two billion dollars. To five thousand dollars. Yeah. And turned in turn it into one point two billion dollars gay nineteen years for them in nineteen years ago, slogging. Oh, my God wants argue two thousand dollar loans over framing. How am easing? And so Frank remained the president and a board member of Pizza Hut until nineteen eighty. And they were both super philanthropic and very involved in different charities in the Kansas area, and by many accounts that I was reading seemed like fine people cool good for them. Right. And I know that they're doing more vegan options. They don't have a vegan cheesy, but they do overseas. Right on the UK. They do. Yeah, so good for them. That's interesting. It's just great story of American, ingenuity and hustling, and coming on the come up and just being like we don't know shit about pizza. But I don't think we could do this man. Neither neither chances plying for that small business loan. Okay. Would you got? All right. We have this landlord in an abandoned building going to give to us we need about five thousand dollars. We're going to create a bunch of food and bring into these teams in bars and this, and this is what happens when we trust people would kicked out of the Bank the barrier to entry for. Doing things like this is so high now that you don't get these creative, like, ingenious people aside, from total, total luck like your prohibiting people of more modest incomes from being able to do these things. What do you think that sort of like silicone valley, or silicon beach for that matter? And like venture capitalist steamrolled that like because I mean you could say that. That's yes, but I also think the whole movement of it's like it's move fast and break things kind of idea. I mean it's not just that it's like during of wealth at the very top your inability to cat these smaller business loans. It's your inability to enter the real estate market like to get this rent the amount of insurance and things required. I'm not saying to deregulate the industry, but you need to know. But you need to be able to empower people of different economic backgrounds. So we can have the most creative competitive business. Markets does feel like there's a handful of gatekeeper. Yeah. Absolutely. That's frustrating. Yeah. So, and these huge businesses who keep these small people from, you know building these empires for themselves. They're, they're not doing it right. Like they fuck up left and right. That's why we have the segment that is our most popular total recall this week in total recall. You brought me fruits or vegetables onto the planet welcomes ready for us. This week. Purdue foods, recall, sixteen tons of chicken nuggets tenders and breasts for consumer complaints of bones to two things. Sixteen tonnes sounds like a lot can you mean like a visual? Sure, like a car weighs about one ton or so. Okay. So they recalled about sixteen cars sixteen cars made entirely of chicken. Recalled sixteen chicken card. For for complaints of people people do know animals headphones. Correct. Homes. Bones in this animal were there. They like bone Sharon's or was it just like I found a bone, the just as a repeated consumer complaints of bones. That's all it says on the fucking website. I can't imagine the audacity of a Janet or a Susan firing off a real hot Email. How many bones you gotta get complaints about before you do a recall of sixteen just imagine being that outrage me like there were bones and my Shikin. You gotta you gotta know where your foods. So this recalls nationwide in an affects a shitload of chicken products, also the different retailers. So I'm not going to list all the recall numbers. You're just gonna have to go to the USDA's website or you can visit the link on our website when we post this episode like pretty provides for different like this, this isn't true necessarily, but like a Weight Watchers person dinner or something like that. Like jer. Yeah, I mean, that's yeah, we don't know, for sure. That, that is a link but they do provide to other brands, and then sell it under another exactly you don't need to go by Purdue frozen chicken dinner tabby affected by affected by bones in your chicken. Disgusting. The fuck is wrong. What was that company that did the KFC? I eat the bone. Oh my God. Like they're like they're like, the chicken is so delicious. You're gonna blackout eat all of it, and maybe eat the bones, because they were doing like new like what a so that was that. It's like our chicken is so good. Yeah, you're going to have you're going to have a food blackout. So you just drive yourself home. You're like, whoa, how did I get here? Oh my God. Guy date chicken bones. I went to a comedy show with our friends, Sally mutual friend, Sally, and Nick Kroll did like a fifteen minute off the dome fucking bit about that ad campaign. Did you? Good. Legit was running through my head. Like, what are you gonna do when you p yourself at the Largo? What are you gonna? I had not left that hard because he was fucking cracking himself up book because it was towing. You would tell you saying what he was fucking thinking, and it was exactly what I had been thinking about this dumb ass fucking atk campaign, and the and people get mad about fucking bones in there. Fucking chicken. Oh, I, I mean, I'm not look. We don't say this often. But I don't know. Maybe go more plant-based yet. No. Like this is one time, I'm going to be a little hard on y'all. Like if you are grossed out by bones in your meat, maybe you don't have any business eat meat. If you're gonna call and complain. I don't know that just get a plant base chicken tender. I mean, I guarantee they'll never be a bone. It's gonna taste the same and there's no phone. They'll never be no bones and vegan cooking. Yeah. It's just if grosses you out that much like I had a girlfriend one time, there was like a vein or something. Like in the chicken thing. I've seen people gross out about that. Yeah. There's like a vein whatever meat cooking, and it's like come on. You know where the fuck that came from. What are you upset about? Much more respect people who eat meat and are no exactly what the fuck they're doing. Have no problem butchering it and fucking eaten and they'll eat it right off the book and bone than the people like Ono. It's don't reminding. Then both slaughter, then, then fucking don't eat it like living your choices or make other choices. I don't want to put until you people springs view our next segment did. We have the segment that is, is a cage inal, then we like to call it vegans. They're the worst. That's once close to our hearts, and this is coming from vegans. So before you get mad at us about telling you to eat some fucking plant base, meet here we go with slam some vegan last week in San Francisco at a panel hosted by move on dot org. California state Senator and presidential twenty twenty candidate Kamla Harris was discussing her gender pay gap policy when an animal activists jumped onstage in grab the mic from the Senator real quick. This is not an animal who had a platform. They needed to get out there. This is an adult man is not a kitten jumped out there like more dinner. The activists has a history of doing dumb shit like this three years ago, he rushed the stage at a Bernie Sanders of entering the twenty sixteen campaign because the activists method three years ago was apparently so affective of rushing, a stage and yelling nonsense into a muted Mike. He had to do it again. Gotta love that kind of confidence, and her can walked up doing it again, idiot. So there's a couple of things here though, I wanna point out first, let's think about the optics of a white vegan man, grabbing the microphone from a black female Senator. I did stink wished Senator not a good. Look talk about an entire lack of self awareness on part of him vegans, pride themselves on the sense of moral superiority begins. Yes, not all vegans. I tag. You think I'm better than you or not? I don't give a shit. I hate myself most. Don't worry about it. Knock me down, but it is within vegan culture. It seems like this never ending woke Olympic, so before you've made your point. You're already losing. Yeah. By doing this fucking shit, right? Secondly, public stunts like this are ineffective to make your point what the protests are in the organization behind the stunt where tempting to do was raised awareness of animal agriculture in calling on whistle blower, protection. So I mean I agree with that. It's a fine point to make this is not the time nor the place and it's also go to a fuck in a chicken, convention and do it. Yeah. Exactly. Don't do it at a liberal senators. Speaking engagement about gender pay gap, it's not the time, it's not the place. It diminishes what she is there to talk about as though you don't think it's important. We can care about more than one thing at once, but there's more mindful ways to. Do this. And why are you going to go to an event? It would be the most friendly to your platform, and alienating, alienate them dumb. Yeah. You didn't go to the Perdue fucking yearly company picnic. This brings me to another thing. So last month a handful of activists and Sussex went into McDonald's and they cover the floor and the windows of fake blood to protests, animal agriculture, all those poor retail workers. So, right. The point I want to make is your antics ineffective because it's not you're not reaching the board members. You're not changing anyone's mind. You have minimum wage employee who has to go mop all that shit. Also, it's incredibly alienating to the customers who more than likely are going to change your mind. If your knowing us stunned, they're going to get more set in their beliefs, because fuck you, that's why they tend to double down. So which which you need to do. Just free advice. Take it or leave it. I think you need to stand outside McDonald's drive-thru, I think you need to have a pile of vegan, big Macs and sell them for one dollar less McDonald's or sells a food truck. Don't look like a crazy person. I mean, most of them look crates. This guy. He see a photo that dude. Yeah. He looks by the way, he's twenty four twenty four. That is a hard. And that's what people think we need protein because because it's only the crazy like, malnourished, mother fuckers who looked forty five but having to be twenty four the ones who like you're like get out of health skeletal terrible. Passengers backing of fucking. Hey, mail. We don't need you here. You know. And that's another point I wanna make the vegan community, especially the extremists. And the activists, the very good at like being loud online. Yes. Or rushing stage moments in a protest. Yeah. Right. That's easy to do what it's lazy. Yeah, you're only drawing attention to yourself, a distraction, whatever point you're actually trying to make it's far more difficult. But affective to directly compete with whatever it is that you trying to change. I mean why saw the dude up on stage, always like wild idea man why the fuck aren't you a Senator for office? You want to change some going off puns in fucking skin in the game, even if they didn't wanna get directly into politics like that, there's better ways to do it reach out to move on and be like, hey, we would love to provide the catering for the green room to for Kamla Harris. Excellent we leave a pamphlet there as well. You know, we partnered with this plant based food company, and we just want to draw her attention to it. So that, you know. Down the road perhaps we could make an appointment with her office, you engender. Goodwill, people want to hear from you. If you're nice to them, you're easy to work with, and you come off as fucking reasonable that gets you so much farther in the world and trying to morally shame, somebody for the choices that they're making that most people are making, you're not gonna win by telling all of America that they're bad people for participating in animal agriculture. Like that's not gonna fucking work. So from vegans to the vegans fucking knock it out. Don't do that. You're just also thinking you're playing into all the fucking stereotypes people have of this community. Like, why would you do that? We're making strides. Karenna cookbook, I guarantee it's going to save more animals lives than rushing to yelling into a microphone like. And if you and I had been in that audience, which very well could have happened because we go to plenty Onuma so pissed like even we would've booed you, the, and I'm we're on your side, and we're on your. So, how would you think about everybody else in there cheese this, you know, the only thing that begins eight other other than meat, eaters, Michelle fucking other vegans? We eat our own. We just need animals. Speaking of politics and food, got climate change is fucking with crops, y'all. So it's going to be a lenient here. Are you ready? Yeah. Okay. So you don't even need to really pay attention to the news, to be aware of the fact that it is just raining, like fucking crazy in the mid west on the planes, tons of tornadoes tons of rain immense flooding just like a couple of weeks ago, every single county in Oklahoma declared a state of emergency. Yeah. Wouldn't think Oklahoma is prone to natural disaster like that, for those of you who don't know. My father was born Brennan raised in Oklahoma. Megan mccain. He went to Oklahoma state, her book, you know, I come from come from a long line of Sooners. He was like this is fucking unprecedented. I've never heard of flooding like this, Oklahoma. I on top of all the earthquakes they have now because of all the fracking, he'd lived there forever. There was never a one fuck and earthquake. He's high school flooded his whole hometown sledded. It'd never flooded in the like ninety years. His family lived there. I saw a clip of Ben Shapiro saying, first of all fucked Ben Shapiro going us saying, even if floods or the ocean level rises ten feet over the next fifty years. You think those people that live on the coast wants to sell their home to so who to Poseidon? The. Little murmured, who's going to buy a house that floods. I sold my house to this beautiful mentoring couple. I heard that well anyway, so we know that it's flooding like a motherfucker shits fallen apart over there, because of all this, weather, and it's destroying lives. And it's destroying our national food system as of the end of may only fifty eight percent of the corn. That was set to be planted across America's eighteen. Most important corn producing states had actually been sown, so only fifty eight percent right. This time last year that number was ninety percent according to the national agricultural. A little bit. They're very behind. Okay. And that, that's the five year. Average is ninety percent at this time last year the last five year average. Okay. That's fucking bonkers soybean planting is also been super behind twenty eight percent or twenty nine percent. Rather of acres had been planted by the end of may this year compared to seventy four percent as of last year. Again, that's the five year average. Okay. So less than a third of what their day they should be. Well, yeah, and that's because of weather. So this is real fucking problem, guys, then being unable to plant is going to affect us, months into the future. So what is being corn? I mean I got like my playing devil's advocate. I'd be well how's unaffected consumer? Well, okay. So you're like I don't eat that much corn. I don't need any say, like I did. I don't know that I buy so abuser and corn. And soybeans are in everything you eat. If you buy anything on a shelf. Number one, number one, it's the fuck it based product for everything else. And. If you do eat animal products. What do you think those fucking animals eat? Spelled Koren's, and so I mean, if you think your meat's not going to get more expensive because these animals have to the farmers have to pay even more to feed the animals that's where the money's gonna go and you're going to have to pay it on top of the Trump administration's trade war. All right. So because of the trade war, and there was word to refuting, or southern border terrifying China terrifying tariffs. I thanked her terror. Yeah. New turf in tone. And being I think that's a new segment. Recurring, there's a new sheriff in town. You know, there's a lot of this new agricultural, bailout. And, you know, many people are predicting that farmers might be forced to choose between not planting to get some government funds or just not planting to get the insurance because it's just not fucking worth it right now with all the reins and how much hardship they'd have to go through to possibly lose the crops anyway. I mean that's a bummer knowing what we reported on. Like what was it last week or the week before about all the farmer Souissa? Yeah. It's hard enough. And then we're fucking with them even more on top of this weather. So what are we going to be left to eat and link? How many farmers and how many family farms in these small conglomerate farms are going to be left after the season. Where was like, less than two percent of farms are actually family owned. Yes. Everything else is owned by these giant corporations. I might have a family that operates it, but they saw they sold it to a larger brand like conagra. Yeah. But I mean these are people who are. Yeah. Yeah I'm just saying. Like it's not like your grandfather. Yeah. Wouldn't politicians get up in the stump speech in the fuck and mid west, and they talk about family farms. Yeah. It's only two percent of the farms in this country, but how many of even these conglomerate farms are going to be left, like, are we going to no longer be like agriculturally independent as a nation because there's plenty of countries in this world import all their food, and we just part of our European terrorists were was online. Like wines, and cheeses and like, all the things that y'all like. A lot more expensive. Yeah. And, you know, all those wineries burned down up to Noma a couple years ago. So a little bit a gap in supply. Yeah. So fucking think about that shit God damn. And the Trump administration's on a roll right? Yeah, the Trump administration's on a fuck, and tear, lately, because speaking of this week, the Trump administration moves to classify can spray cheese as a food, staple and eligible for snap benefits. Not that comes. We talk about this cheese right on the can. This. I was just not like this is my food staple. Time fine. I'm fucking precedent affect my good. Good for the children. Wonderful people supplemental nutrition assistance program, otherwise known as snap requires stores to carry a certain number of meat dairy, grain fruit and vegetable options to be eligible for the program Danielle Jabbour, correct. The department of agriculture under the Trump administration is moving to reclassify can spray cheese sauce. That was their definition as a dairy staple to reclassify beef jerky. As a meat, poultry, or fish, staple and reclassify lemon juice. And I had to double check this. I was like this is an onion article and reclassify jarred, palmetto stuffed all is as fruits and vegetables. That sounds like the snack cabinet of an old alcoholic then. Beef jerky. Yeah. He he's like, come on over to my wet bar. I got everything in need. You wanna appetizer. Got beef jerky. Middle stuff dollars. I do is for the cheese on top of the beef jerky and either like a hot dog. Let's just take the cheese straits. Department of agriculture says under the revise minimum stocking choir minutes for staple foods as well. Allow stores to stock up to six fewer items saving some stores as much as five hundred dollars per store, over the course of five years fucking theories so stores that accept snap would save about one hundred dollars a year. Meanwhile this would significantly impact low income families. They rely on snap for groceries. I don't think that there's much of any nutrition and all those reclassifications like snap has the word nutrition in the title, number one. All right. They would divorce savant. They would save more money, somehow stopping teenagers from shoplifting gum, a year fair. If they could just stop that from happening, I guarantee you. They would save hundred dollars a week. What we get your news from that. All these teens are just shoplifting gum in my life. Talking about go to guess of and teens or just running out the front door pockets full of gold still Nacho cheese. From the seven eleven down my street, we would put ziplock bags in our pockets, and one of us with St. near the cheese thing, opened the pocket and the other guy would just flick the handle fill the ziplock bag full of hot cheese. Like hot cheese in the pocket hot cheese in the pocket. I used to dance under that name. Two kids, even steal anything anymore. Everything including your credit card numbers, and then there's like, the whatever it doesn't matter. But at first blush, expanding this idea of, what is eligible snap benefits. That sounds like a good idea. You know, and making more neighborhood Bodega Zing one-stop-shops the this isn't like your big grocery chains. They're going to have everything that's not. Yeah. Requires this idea of like getting the neighborhood markets to be snap. Eligible, that's a good thing because there's so many food desserts in this country. But what's not good is thinking that people who are on sap that this is what they deserve does. What I'm saying like nutrition is in the name. I don't know how much nutrition is in fucking beef jerky. Or what else we got here. Limited use sodium, sodium. Sodium. Sodium for. Sure. Yeah. In like most of the people on snapper kids, what exactly it's families with children. And so I'm all for getting, you know, snap accepted, as in as many places as possible, and these photographs should be incentivized to provide good fresh produce, fresh, dairy and meats and all of these things, so that these families can eat better, and they don't have to travel so far to get groceries and healthy options for their family. When we were in Australia, one of the first places we went into was like a Bodega, and I was my favorite thing to do. I was amazed at the amount of fresh produce. They had. Yeah. It was a normal like, Grosz, not like you know what I mean. It was a corner market. Yeah. They were selling fucking zigzags. Yeah. Raise razor blades forties. Get you get lettuce. Got your fresh at a lettuce. Yeah. It was mind boggling. Yeah. And so this can be done. It should be done, and we should incentivize businesses into doing this, so that they can get snap benefits there and help other communities. We shouldn't be thinking that people who are on government assistance, the they deserve nutritional meals to because then we fucking demonize them for having poor health, ROY, when, when the only thing that they have access to is lemon juice, lemon, juice, and fucking Pimento stuffed off fun. You guys fuck you guys know we can do better. We should do better. And just because somebody is on a budget or needs help feeding their family doesn't mean that they deserve less nutritious meals agree. But this is coming from a White House where they serve food to folk and champions. I mean, we're just no minimizing fest feud as part of American diet. It's fast food is now snap benefits. I mean, yes, God speaking of which speak it a fast food your. Tackiest friend is definitely getting married at this new Taco Bell hotel that's opening in Palm Springs this year. What if I'm mytalk his friend, like if you know, I've met your friends? If you sitting there being like, I don't have any tacky friends, you're the tacky friends. So the bell Taco Bell hotel and resort. I mean they spent a lot of time on that name will open its doors in Palm Springs in August of this year. RA amenities will include a gift shop, including clothing line with a few hotel, exclusive items. Oh, wow. Guys. Oh, wow. That, you know what I'm trying to think if they sold like hotel bathrobes, but they were like the different hot sauce flavors. They might get my. They might get like a tortilla on my fuck around. Taco bell. Call us. There are also we'll be an onsite salon, where you can get Taco Bell nail art fades and braids from a braid bar. Jesus. Yeah. Yeah. I know. So the resort while also you know, have all the classic Taco Bell foods and we'll introduce some hotel exclusive food items. Oh my God. You like how many times are you using the word exclusive I'm surprised that does not? Unlike the hotel, name, the exclusive bell. So there are also some kind of daily happy hour, but they're keeping it pretty light on the details right now. And rightly so because I really wanna make fun of everything. Talk Bill is the such a troll. Brand new appreciate that. I know what they're doing. They know. Yeah. Yeah. But how long can this possibly stay open? I don't know we live in strange times. I mean that's true. But like, especially with, so what I think what they're doing is kind of clever. This is they're doing for the Graham. They're cashing in on the Graham. Yeah, everyone's going to go out to Palm Springs because it's very foreseeable, it's beautiful. I recommend everybody go to stay somewhere else. And and they're gonna go here and they're gonna take Sophie's. Yeah. They're gonna tag it. Yeah. But then, are they going to stay there? I don't know. I don't know how long this can stay. I mean real estate in Palm Springs is relatively forcible. But what kind of person with stay this? So tell more than once. Can you imagine being a businessman and be like I exclusively stay at the battle. When I visit diplomacy, he's got a VIP card fudge. To be a member of DoubleTree benefits. But then I now exclusively stay at the bell. I'm spicy level at the ballot. And when they do their turn down service, it's just warm, cinnamon twisties fucking fill up. I mean, you're only selling this more. Do you have a lot of good? Turn people away with inside. Oh my God. Do you think the pool is just like Nacho cheese? Oh my God. That'd be beautiful. If it was a normal pool, but they somehow put chemical in it to make it smell, like Nacho cheese inch. That's in the misters. Okay. Okay. What about the comforter is, do you think it looks like a Gordeeva rap? It's a crunchy. You're the ground beef. That's your little jig warm themselves down. Stupid. It's stupid. I wish they'd just said it was like a pop-up hotel. It might be like this does feel very truly inexpensive if they do it, right. Like, I don't know this, this could become tight. Imagine saying it late think of the other food brands who could possibly do a hotel, like, okay. Do you know where I wanna say the olive garden? They're fucking culinary kademi. That they talk about in there. I'm seen that commercial. They got they got a culinary fucking institute. I don't tell us in wine country. Yeah. Let me stay there. Where's the culinary academy? That's what I want to know. Because apparently when you're there, your family. Yeah. So I want to be there. Yeah, it sounds like hell of a hostess situation and I want to give that a go. I would stay that hotel. I just I when I think of a hotel base off, like a fast food chain. Just think it's got a smell like that all the time. Oh, yeah. Like a Long John silver's like. He just smells like fried chicken all the time I just wouldn't be down with that. It would certainly make it some grosses specially like, you know, hotel rooms have weird smell. Sometimes hotels, smell, we're already. Yeah. They got a mask you with all the chemicals and ship. Do you think they're gonna let your pets day at the bell? Only. Call. Not United talent agency. You'll care or your money. Well, we're looking into partnering with the big taco hotel, I would stay I would stay Natasha cases hotel the cool. How who? You guys on a team because we're talking to Natasha cakes next about her ice cream sandwich, bucking empire and what's next for the big brands, so stay tuned. We'll be back in a moment with more forked up a thug kitchen podcast truly embracing your complexities means rejecting anything that can harm you are, like smoking cigarettes, which can damage nearly every part of your body tap, the banner to see more this free like freedom to be tobacco-free. Tired of thinking something's free only defined. There's a catch at Atlantic Union Bank are free. Checking is really free. No minimum balance required. No monthly fees. No, catches, even better. 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I moved here in the summer of two thousand nine and already everybody was talking about it, and this was just when food trucks were becoming a thing in Los Angeles. So it was a huge deal. And today. Cool house distributes to over eight thousand grocery stores, ranging from whole foods to Safeway to Publix and this includes their signature ice cream sandwiches, which made them famous and now they have pints and chocolate bars, and new, vegan offerings debuting soon. So please welcome. Tasha. So here happy to have a native Californian and a native Angelino. This is true generation hod. That's a flex, y'all. That's got one. Back to Texas. Show him you would hate it. Just so rare like we were talking off air. It's really rare. I'm most often I look at a front group. I'm like, hold up. I don't understand. Why people will leave California. It's true. I get it's expensive. But if you're born here, and you're kind of, like making it work on some level. Yeah, I wouldn't fuck anybody leaves anywhere there from though, so often, sometimes you're just like you know what actually fuck you people and the only way I'm going to get away from you getting the hell out of dodge. Yeah. I mean, I went I went to northern California that was big enough change studied digitally from college. Oh, you did it. Yeah. It's a conflict. Diaz the California should be two states now. No. But it could be its own country. Man. That's true native on your car. He should be very grateful to stay in the family. Yeah. Y'all we really an earthquake or natural disaster. We'll just like break us off, like why? Why people say that like it's burned us, you're like, oh, you're California's gonna fall off the country? Number one. You'll miss the peace. And we don't need y'all. It's get ready for fuck in imports. Yeah, exactly. Do you want to pay fucking premium costs for your fucking almond milk, your wine? Your wind dates. Go on. I know about that, number one dairy dairy in the country, really. California for Gary a hot ice cream fact off the press. I have a lot of those. I'm like coming from like you were. Imagine here. Yeah. Yeah. Dairy facts. I also truck backs. Oh, yeah. It's a really interesting niche. What was your background in baking in food before you started whipping up these ice cream sandwiches, just recreational? Yeah, I would say, not really any background in baking Tian, but as far as food passion for food, a love of cooking soap totally self taught. It's not like this, this time you hear like what did you grow up? You know, like your your parents were baking something. And then you will licking the the bowl. Always on like I will lead us now. I, I would stand in my grandmother's side and she taught me, I don't have that fucked. Yeah. I think my opinion is actually that things more likely. Skip generations for me. And I love my parents like their amazing parents. But like the cooking was not like the star of the show family. In fact, my lunch is like at school. I it's still kind of with me, like I couldn't like trade. Well, there's like nothing related to barter in there like health food in the nineties, not like you would see, like today like Chia pudding, or no. So I just kind of got into it myself. In fact, I was at my parents house, and I found this, that it was like a recipe book from kindergarten all the kids, contributed a recipe, and I didn't even know what would mind the like I can't even think of one like major one and we got to my page, and it was basically a recipe for jello, and it must have been like the stand-in where there like wolf some kid to show that recipe this jello is always name on there. We still did not make jello at my house. I have a very similar serve. We had a. Same thing recipe bug out, and we had a recipe do what my family. Yeah. That wasn't a thing. And so I just copied down, and I didn't even like try to crib it, you know, I just wrote Quakers best oatmeal cookies from the fucking like oatmeal, vox. Are you still straight? I didn't feel it. I gave credit in the fucking time. Yeah. You were a blogger your source. Yeah. Yeah. Brandon her mom alive that the I done that it was like the second grade. Yeah, it was fighting grassroots notes in the fucking little book, and we still have it, and my mom was so embarrassed. I was like, what was going to put mom? I don't know. Resorts, fall as the word bootstrapping. So you were. Yes, I loved to entertain and cook and all that. And the way I came to this though, was in one of my architecture studios at Berkeley at UC Berkeley, I've heard of it. Yeah. Not to be confused with the Boston music school. That's true. Oh, that's true. Which could've totally happened there. It's great. But I had this scale model that I had made and my professor criticize it saying it looked like a layer cake. And I thought, why is that a bad thing cakes, delicious? So I bake the next iteration of the model as a cake. I love the double down. Yes. That was it. And it was it was a little bit of like fuck you to him because, like, just kind of taking the criticism and spinning it. But honestly, I had so much more fun making that than anything I had made, and he was my only all night on all of architecture school, which is another story. And I wanted it to my colleagues, you could just see there was so much more excitement for this moment of cake them. Anything you'd make like balsa wood and whatnot. So I to me, I, I had been trying to find a way to make design, more fun, more accessible, just not feel intimidating people. And this was my lightbulb moment. I was like, oh food food is the way that we like we come together we celebrate we make memories. It's like an inclusivity and that I thought, like all us food, and design and that will be the way that I like. Just like to do cool things and I didn't know what it would be much more than a concept like food, and design, and I started to see, there's so much connection, we eat with our eyes, packaging, the whole ritual food, like there's so much presentation all of present tation, and so I, I was playing around this idea, and it took the form of like high-concept dinner parties, or like this, like weird product design, and it was a passionate hobby. Really? And then when I got to Disney Imagineering, the recession hit, like two months after I started. So it was dismal at the office and lots of layoffs, and so as part of this food meets design hobby. You're like. Dear another career. Outta here. It's pretty much no option. But I started baking the cookies and making the ice from scratch naming the combinations after architects, and that was the beginning. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I was wondering why was called cool health. Nicole. Haas in your. Yes, had the little outgrew. Yeah. Yeah, the sandwiches quick, little modern homes, but it it's like one of those things look back like the recession was the greatest gift for me and for so many people because it forced you to take something more seriously that you probably otherwise would not have now if it hadn't come along. And it was the time where felt like all the rules have been thrown out the window. Like I staying off air, I moved to LA in two thousand nine and it was just like cool. Well, everything anyone told us doesn't fucking apply. And you are so if nothing applies. Then maybe I can actually try to do something. There are no rules are. No jar. Yeah. And follow your passion, or just, just give it a shot if I'm gonna I'm gonna be on term damage, and there was a huge cleanse of all these, like just crazy businesses doing nothing and not interesting. So that did alternately create opportunity. But you really have to be creative more resourceful, not just going to show up and get like a small business loan. So I think ultimately was like such a necessity was giving you a loan. And now there's so much has been growing ever since then which is also bananas, but even from a sense of like angel investment, or anything like that, like people just really were holding onto putting my head. So there was just no dollars funding around period. But some of the best ideas are born from those moments. Yeah. Really got a bottom out to, like, just re rebirth. You know what I mean? Kleenex. Come up from that. You guys still have the original truck, we deal with in, like a truck retirement home for the time being also notice a commercial parking lot. So it's just sort of waiting for spa day. It was close with the Peterson autumn museum collection. And then they did that whole remodel and San Diego ought to museum also was interested. I I would love for it to live on another chapter not just like sell the parts or you know, like. That, that first dollar that every person has on their wall. That's your that's it the trucks like the icon. And absolutely. And it was you know you guys were around right? As trucks were really becoming a thing in Los Angeles. And it was super iconic very like if you drove past it, and it was Partridge your pocket. Now on the free route cool. You should follow it. You can't be like picking your nose or you know, you're in a coup house cry-, everyone's eyes are on. She text me. That's a good point. I never thought about that. Yes. Truck. Food's great. But they drive like, yeah, totally. Yeah. Yeah. And you started this business with your partner right? Yeah. Yeah. In many ways. Yes. Exactly. And how hard was it to maintain and grow the company, which seemingly got super popular a pretty fad, at least from an outsider's perspective? And what was she doing when the business took off? So yes, we started the business together. It really became a business because I met Freya. Yeah. So you know it was that passionate hobby, and then I met Freya and she's asked me things, like what's your cost per unit? You have a proforma do you have a plan, your luggage thought about shooting? Yeah. All the time. It just seemed more annoying. All this stuff and cares, you know, now, I love those kind of things, but she really forced me to we went to the grocery store. It went to a whole foods right was buying my, you know, my goods rung, up your groceries, I was working at. Familiar catch on mentioned that I worked at the grocery store. Check that box check initially enough. Yeah. You know, it could be worse places. Yes. But it was pretty terrible. Moving. So we, we did the whole spreadsheet, but the more interesting thing is walking down the freezer aisle, we saw just no one had really raised the bar or reinvented themselves or was really saying anything interesting doing innovation in the way, that it could be done, it almost any, I'll, but especially in the freezer aisle, and we could see that we've just did not feel represented as millennials and definitely not as women so that for us. We're like we should do this, you know. And so, I think so what my point with telling that part is like, I think, for me, and I it was like the inspiration of one another. Like when you have a partner, like part of part of it is just purely that you're like we can do this, because we have each other. And then in this case specifically we had really good complementary skull set. So like for me branding design. I had some like little marketing PR, experience and Freya was finance operations. And it was just a really good helluva, calm. You can cover a lot of territory. Yeah. And but we had this aligned vision. And so that's how how he started at with more or less those roles as partners. Yeah, it just, you know, growing at the beginning, it was amazing way to get to know one another. We started dating immediately. And there's something good about having the business like it was like we get in a lot of arguments about the company just kind of working through different viewpoints about how it should go. But what's good is like you learned to like argue and have conversations. But at you're discussing this body of work outside yourselves, it's not necessarily a personal attack. Each time you like work out your different philosophies through the matrix of the business in transition between that conversation. Here, the decisions we need to make the company and you're you're with that person. I mean, speaking from experience with them more hours of the day, more than anybody talk to them. Even when you're not together is inherently marriage intimate irrespective of there being a romantic relationship. Yeah. To take that conversation in the transition into your personal life. Yeah. So the hard thing to navigate. Yeah. And, and look, I mean, also starting a business, there's a romance. And, you know, in this business in particular, it was all about bring joy is all about bringing joy to people and like love and the experience of the brand, and, like, even especially in the beginning like being on the truck together driving into the sunset for like a Malibu or ohi. Wedding is really fun thing. So it was like incredibly bonding, but yeah. Like over time, I think forty years in was kind of like a checkpoint of it all where, you know, first of all, sometimes, we would get in like arguments that just would seem to never resolve. Yeah. So then those just become like baggage and then also, I think France started to feel like her role in particular in finance and ops. She could find someone to bring even more to the table that she could train and then step away from it. Whereas my row felt more like maybe intimately connected to the story of the brand. So. So she started to feel like a, a reason to, to maybe want to step away a bit. And then it just kind of all came to a head, and it was just time and we've got incredibly lucky to your point of how complex that could be because we did not like when we first started the business like lay out like an operating agreement or like you're you're very fifty and like walk. And like what happens if someone leaves or how much money has each person, put into this true, falling out or something? Yeah, we're lucky that we did that two years in and on. Good terms, you know, so that's the best case, but I tell people like you have to plan for worst case scenario, and you have to be the relationship, whether it's a romantic one or a sibling, or a friend, whatever the relationship is it has to be bigger than the business and the business has to be bigger than the relationship like they cannot be dependent on one another for existing. So in this case frail was able to step away. And like if anything for me, I think it'd be better CEO I stopped leaning on her for certain things. And also, I would ask her for like a report or document. Don't do that later, you know, like your person like you need to be able to talk down. Dre so far. The report. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly where it's the couch for you. Yeah. Totally totally just like at a certain point, it just can't. So, you know, it ended up kind of working out the way that was I think best for everyone. And now I call the first lady of cool house, she's not on the payroll, but she definitely has my ear and she knows everything that goes on. And it's nice because she does understand it. So intimately stowed away when you need advice. Or you just want to have a conversation about it. You don't have to explain. Yeah. She just, you know. We've always said that, like you were saying it's gotta come from a place of passion. Like we always said that we would stop doing this, when it stops being fun. Yeah. Yeah. Every day is going to be a great point. You still have to think about what you do for a living and be like, well that's dope. Atto rather do anything else, you can say that, like basically every day that is the greatest gift like there's, it's priceless to be able to work on your passion everyday as you said, because you're working on it all the time. And what was this leap, like from having the truck going to docking it and retail locations? And how long did it take you guys to make that transition? So we have the trucks for, let's say two two and a half years. And the fleet was growing LA, New York and then Austin, which has since become a Dallas operation. So love to Texas Dallas has been a great experience, and I think we, they're very powerful. The trucks like the branding the marketing, they're, they're a cash generator. Also, it's the best margin. Still in our business across the shops, and the grocery and the trucks is, is the best margin, so many things about it. I love it's like this gorilla experience. It's not it's special, but the scale ability is sort of, like, not totally there with that business. It's just it's just not meant to be, and that's okay. But I think we started to see this brand has legs. We have a real chance here to take this brand all the way to become the household brand of our generation. We're going to need another touch point with the marketplace in order. To do that. So we went to the drawing board to the two channels, that we could not really afford or understand in the beginning, which was grocery and shops. We opened our flagship store in Culver city, Washington. I lived two blocks away. My God amazing. Yeah. Probably seen you. Also where you look familiar and in our office is next door, which is awesome giant women. Don't sign chemists, and then the grocery store, I literally, it was like the fall of twenty eleven or twenty twelve in there somewhere, and I wandered into our local whole foods, and I found the guy in the freezer island. I said, what's it gonna take to be one of the brands that you stock on the shelf is cream soon? Which goes slut? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Totally one hundred dollar bills. Yeah. Double rappers. And he was nice enough to connect me to someone who really handled being the liaison for small brands and she sat down with me. I spoke about my vision the price point the flavors and they, they really they had this program. This is why so many small brands started at whole foods to really like incubate, and that whole process, maybe took like six months. So now, we're talking like, so I think we lost in the summer of twenty twenty thirteen okay, what would you? I hope he's location that you say put us in three stores, Glendale, Pasadena Venice, and then also also condo. Okay off. That was a big new store. It was five sandwiches at five bucks per sandwich, which is what we're selling them for at the trucks and shops. And that was my whole thing. I feel like as a child of the ninety s I grew up with, like, you know, the kind of Basseterre bastardisation of like high end brands in the grocery store, and that was a different time. You could get away with it, but I was like, I don't want people to feel like they're getting any compromise from what they get in our shops on the shelf on an act sort of a thing. I think my whole. Generation of brands has stood for. And so that was really important to me. And the test is funny. Like it went, well, especially because we have the trucks, and we had the marketing, and the awareness from that which was a huge leg up. But the packaging that I designed miss architect was terrible and made no sense. It was like a dull Ray line. Yeah. I remember your first packaging. Yeah. Yeah. Bringing them up. And I you know, I'm there all the time and it took me a while to realize that it was you guys. Not a good thing. Not notion. I was excited when I realized I was you guys, but it did take a minute. It's funny when you got allies, you're like, oh, this will help you go to some things you just have to surrender your like this is my company. This is my product. Maybe I'm not the best person job. Maybe, like, yeah, I mean we were doing our early on. We were doing our own illustrations. And then I was like, you know what I'm the photographer. That's my job. My designing merch. I have no business. Totally and I think over time that's going to be inevitable to some degree. You can't have the CO like doing all the design just. It's just the hours in the day aren't even there, but I actually still did the packaging. I think also, if you can learn quickly, there's, you know, like I was able to take their feedback and change quickly in a lot of ways, the materials, the color is the whole look and feel and then it really started taking off. So just shows you off the minimum viable product. It's not perfect, even if you had to design it yourself, and you hate it get it out there. At least learn if there's even a demand and that way you had. It was an accessible like market to that. You're like, no, I'm not supplying nine hundred stores right off the bat, where that fuck up could cost you an insurmountable amount of money that you couldn't recover from signal. I can this four stores. I can do that. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. It's a build measure learn, you got, like tackle that issue and a totally different way. So, yeah. And that's and then they put us in like twenty five stores. Then we got our first distributor. And now it's seventy five hundred doors every state Middle East Asia Caribbean. Quad, jim. A lot. Yeah. You kill the ice cream man. The mother fucking ice cream. You saw the ice cream truck coming down your street, and you're like not good enough. It's going to be this ice cream lady with a masters in architecture. Okay. Step aside. Awesome. How much do you think social media because this was when social media was still Instagram was around and Twitter was around but not like it is now. No instagram. When we started. Twitter. Yeah. Twitter twitter. That was the one way. And that was an Facebook and Twitter, especially it was, it was everything because it was the free microphone and especially with the trucks. There's the sense of urgency to tell people where you are what your menu is. There's a reason to follow respond to the exclusive there's, there's some beers it like just because they're difficult to get like they're not grind, man. Yeah, exactly. Quite good Yasser. Okay wine. And bourbon is like that totally you could be thinking you're buying the seventy dollar eighty one hundred dollar whatever about ovine bourbon, it's really more based on the economics than necessarily a quality. If I go sit at a restaurant, they're like, hey, we have the special tonight and we're only selling ten I was, like, I'll have one of those. Why only ten? Yeah. The food truck nothing feels worse than driving somewhere in them not being there. So if you look at Twitter and they say they're there, you're like, well, right there. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully. Fucking told by the health department yet somewhere else to keep it going. Please. It was rough in the early days. But, but. Yeah. So that was for us. And then obviously so much has changed with social media. I think now it has a very different meaning I mean Instagram's probably the most key factor for us, especially being such a visual brand, especially being such a story driven brand. So we focus a lot of resources there. But Twitter is huge for the conversation we get tons, and tons of product reviews on Twitter, like they all have taken their different shape and you just have to not only stay on them, but, like be like, what's coming next for this channel. And how do we be the pioneer in that rather than just being responsive to everything? So it's like even the fact that now you have, like I have a full-time person on social, and then you have your digital so I paid. And then he may have like an assistant there. You have a content creator like it's hard to like there weren't even teams. Yeah. Like, I don't think anyone even fathom that you would have the whole department had a company devoted to that. Or whole agency thing. It'd be to that. Get your little brother to do. Yeah. Get the fuck off Facebook page on social media, totally. That's really what it was a distraction. Yeah. The grossest flavor are the most regrettable flavor or flavour combo. You've ever tried out. Is there anything you just feel like well, we, we, we shot for the moon to Jan? Make road rave. Dumbo flavor. This food line. Online. I haven't a Sam good price tanned where the fish are not on that site. Yeah. So I think the most famous one that was really gross. Was we tried to do a Waldorf salad ice cream? Oh, okay. Hey, it's a bear with me. Like the candy the apple walnut. Okay. You're okay. And then blue cheese and the base, you can't do an age cheese. Nice probably has to be a young cheese. Ricotta go some with funk. Yeah. Yeah. You can't do anything to funky because you're about to take a bite, and then you just get a stench of that. You know. Yeah. Deep, deep know situation and it's just grows. Although there's something for everyone. So we made this flavor. We knew it was gusting, and then we brought it to this dinner party, because we were just like might as well. Bring a tub of the ice cream not be wasted. And this one friend, Mark he was obsessed with it, who's obsessed. He's still asked when you bring in the Waldorf's up and you're listening. I hate to do, but we cancelled the flick. Did you change the way you looked at Mark? You know, he's definitely a very special amazing person, no matter what. So he's sort of. But then also more recently, I tried to do this one was supposed to be like a Thai peanut buttery idea, but there was like pickled pickles elements in it. There was supposed to spicy peanut butter base, both pickles. And like we have died tying. Yeah. She like opened the tub of ice cream. And she thought it was like vermin. I don't know what she thought that they were. But she screamed. And so that's like a really bad sign someone screaming at the office. The product for the first time. Yeah, it's linking. But it could have been like a great pregnancy flavor butter ice cream pickles. There's someone's craving that right now. There's something there. But yeah, that's what I love about bad ideas in food, that there is. There's the nugget genius in there. And you know, you gotta try to work that's the only way you're gonna find something amazing like that, but is fine line. Between madness, gene? That is true. And I'm sure speaking of cheese, and blue cheese, like cheese. I'm pretty sure it was an accident. You know, it was like bacteria, and mold. And then someone's like this is I want to put this on same rustic bread. Exactly. You gotta fuck and try. I got this bread and I got penicillin looking. Yeah. Yeah. Hi. Jerod, a little bite to it. Rolling out some vegan choices. It's, it's peas Brown rice and cocoa butter butter. That is really the magic with the texture and flavor comes from some vanilla, notes, come from that, that are really good. And it's it's I would never have even done it. If I couldn't confidently say can stand next to dairy full ice cream. Yeah. Yeah. We're like it has to be I if we're talking, the cool house, consumer, they're not wanting to do this to. They're not wanting to compromise. Inexperience. Or even looks like it has to look like the dairy now that was another thing perception is reality. And so we did five sandwiches, seven pints whole foods took all five sandwiches. Yeah. I product ever with them to be whole foods global. So it was a really big deal congratulating. You and they're they're killing it. They're awesome to see. And then the pilots are phenomenal, especially the peanut butter fudge chip is so good. The camel crush Armenian, language dirty chip is taste very close to their original thing. You'd have to have them side by side to know. How did you decide on what flavors you're gonna roll out any hairy, free line? We wanted to have some that could be like if there was a following of our dairy skews that you would get people who were like. Oh, I love that flavor in Gary. I'm an also try try that flavor kind of hot ready has like, you know, caught falling. Let's do those, those are signatures, then let's do some classic. And then some that are also unique. We didn't want to be like another thing. And I've seen more in Jerry free is like playing a little safe flavors like less. Uniqueness. Let's be Nicklaus. Let's do something different not going to get a dairy consumer to buy your product necessarily exactly if you're just like oh and vanilla, I have my vanilla. Yeah, you should have that should be great. Yes. Should be the only thing. Yes, you know, that's and so the sandwiches, or Charleston, which is amazing. We have what else in the in the dairy we have a new one that's gonna come out next year. Actually, that's like a chocolate base. The dirty meant I mentioned, so. Good. I mean, they're just I like cookie to cookie dough one that's fantastic that one super popular, but I've just been book really proud to see it, and there's definitely this whole emerged audience, that's like flexible -tarian. So it's we're seeing definitely vegans who wanted. But I think more commonly people who are totally fine with Derry most put myself in that bucket. Yeah. Something's good. You know there's lots of brands that. I have that are dairy free Irving alternatives. And I don't need to eat that way. But I like to I call them my vegan friendly FRANZ totally not, especially in LA or New York huge audience. So it's been really exciting to see that, like those transitions happening and being part of the pioneering group of brands to do something there, last question, what advice, do you wish you had received or you could give yourself like in the early days of the company, I think there's something about when you're starting like the energy so special if you can make it work. It's really like lightning in a bottle. You know, and you're the biggest rescue overtake. I think no matter how many other rescue take as your businesses growing just starting like creating something from nothing thinking that people are going to be obsessed with your idea, and you have no clue and just having the balls to do it. You know, is is so, so powerful and I think like the next step after you start looking a lot of people want to distance themselves from that I. Chapter because you kind of also feel like you didn't know what you were doing. It's going, it's inevitable do, but I would say to myself, like, like how important to maintain that magic in that energy in that feeling of the brand, always, which I feel like has been, especially in this, like, kind of, like latest chapter for me has been huge. Like you kind of circle back to so much of the why and so much of the origin. So, like, you know, just just like hold onto that very, very powerful reason, and, and, and energy that you're putting towards something and keep it alive in your brand, as long as you can. And like the universe will will respond and rewarded for it. I just remember why you started remember who you will fortune favors the fucking bold guys. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You gotta be especially in business. Right now. We're, we're doing some very similar to what you just our fourth book. We went back to like, why we started the blog and talking about nutrition and stuff for like, let's go back to that. Yeah. It's the passion. Yeah. Yeah. It's beautiful, and I, I know I had nothing to do with you guys getting so successful. But I feel so proud every time here. Witness to the come up. And I'm like fuck can't destroy that game yet that fucking money. Yeah. It's beautiful so congratulations. Thank you. 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Shit in the news. Are wanna talk about the news. I thought we have good news for the party and we do have good news bentley house a home. Tom and he is going there this weekend and they are wonderful people who love him scrape yes. We will miss him terribly. We will be crying all weekend in cry. He's definitely he's crying now. If you're gonna walk walk away raining in the booth but we're very happy for bentley he deserves his forever home and so thank you for everybody who shared photos the bentley and told people about him. I knew it seems like maybe when we when we have a foster and we posted about them. You know you live across the country. Maybe what impact can you have like. The re tweets or the repots are just telling you friends about it. You'd be really be amazed at how many animals get adopted out by somebody who lives locally here in l._a. The heard about it from a friend of a friend of friend of a friend yeah so like you don't know the impact you have but we appreciate the shares in everything it really helps us find homes for these fossils and bentley had been with l. A. anamour skew for over a year end so you know he came. I'm to ask we've only had him for a little while and he did go from chunk to hunk and you know he's kind of. He's glow glow up. That's the that's the phoenix cenex academy of good boys phoenix i if you are new to the pod was math angel dog. She's in all three of our books because <hes> she was basically the third member worked up but yes all the fosters. Now we just say they're going through the phoenix academy. Yes because you know she. She was a strict disciplinarian. Yeah and they're all better for having gone through the academy but thanks everybody for sharing about bentley and we'll have a new foster soon. Yes <hes> in the meantime time. What have you been up to me. Yeah <hes> what have been onto oh. I just went and saw a scary stories on the dark. How how was that was good. Did you the book of course yeah. I'll read a scary story right the scary movie <unk> really yeah you my reading it. I don't feel like reading it. So also i just finished a book called headful of ghosts and i feel like if i had seen of users and that holloway story i feel like if i'd i'd seen them theaters. It would not have the same impact me reading it like the last three pages of the novel. I was like what what what what the fuck like. It was more terrifying reading it. I i'm i am in control is something about the nation then because like my reading it was terrifying yeah. I just think you now thank you but you like scary stories on the dark yeah i i if you guys are into horror at all. I mean as yoma del toro. He took the the book kind of stitched. I mean they're all short stories so he did a very good job of stitching together like linear story and tying them altogether popular the bucks in elementary school library. Oh for sure always checked out but very good. Why are you doing all this stuff all of a sudden dude. It's unprepared for spooky. This is what i'm prepping this. Is you guys like halloween thirty. One days out of the year not me i appreciate it leading up to and after i'm still in spooky mode by christmas you also love christmas i do thanksgiving is very take a weird transition. Its first gear to third speaking spooky glaze over thanksgiving yeah so super doing. I'm hoping for species and what about you would you. Didn't you said you went in the harry potter cafe too well so i i it here in downtown. Los angeles. I there had the official opening of the nimbus cafe which is loosely harry potter themed 'cause lawsuits copyrights <unk> tra and <hes> so nimbus nimbus look don't get mad at me because not a potter had like each a line of brooms that you can ride for quidditch. It's one of the nicer lines of brooms the he doesn't matter anyway so some he and my girlfriend roxy got there early in the morning thinking for some reason that the potter heads weren't gonna go woah lined up oh they were fucking lined up in costume and it was so much fun. The cafes really really cute. They have a bunch of harry potter. Fiend beverages averages a lot of really cute pastries. They did have tons of vegan option and all the stir sticks. Were there different drinks or one really cool and then they have different paintings on the wall. They had mariah carey as a strange. They had it doesn't matter. I'm not yeah i'm not. I'm not talking to you. They had morgan freeman as albus dumbledore. They had prints as snipe. It was and he's like oil paintings on the wall. It is dope as hell and it's your part of the world. I guess because i also hello just low key enough that you just might think oh. Those are just funny paintings and like is that like there's a world where people go on there and don't notice i think there because it's just subtle enough you in well. We're talking about this at dinner last weekend i it it passed over me. I didn't read the books. The one experience that i had with harry. Potter was the one movie that they made into two parts. I don't remember the name and i had the house eating time and she was like come on. Let's go see when it opens. I took her like the oh the night that it opens and i was like do i need to know anything about this world of these characters or any 'cause i missed like five or six films but i mean so. She's not selfishly. Yeah was like absolutely not you understand ended right away and we walked out of there and she was she was like a liar. She was like in tears because you so happy with the film no. She was like she because spoiler alert dopey and she was. I wasn't that amazing. I'm like what the fuck was all that. I don't know any what the fuck doc. This is not a criticism of harry potter criticism of that ex-girlfriends offer short one hundred percents officer yeah not cool not cool diehard diehard five like that's a very simple story. I am harry potter fan from way back. I all the books as they they came out. We're the same age how did how did this may be texas where we just burning her yeah probably <hes> and also because my family like i was raised reading sign fantasy honesty so as soon as a new fantasy came to the u._s. I fucking read that shit. Though <hes> i read the sorceress down what was the philosopher christopher the u._k. Version when i was in the eighth grade and then each book as they came out i read them as they came out. I did al huge school presentation fresh in your high school. Oh on the first two bucks and my teacher was like this is the kids i'll do like two or three bucks a bazillion patriots like it's chill and you you had to make some kind of presentation along with it so i built a quidditch field and i had like the golden snitch and i explained what quidditch was and everyone's like cool fucking nerd the boobs and then by senior year they had started making movies that had really become a bigger phenomena and then. Dan often like hey aren't you the girl who explained quills like yes. I am thank you so much for asking but no. I think texas was a little minor her because when win the last book came out i was in oklahoma and they had hand painted billboards. Not letting your children read harry potter. We adam in texas to between the major cities though not oklahoma yeah. It's farm roads. Go down and there's there's some sort of like campaign. Billboard words like this shit is witchcraft imagine how much these people who hated harry potter study harry potter because it was a damn fine billboard. They got the font right right. Great lay up a research. I think this is a low key. Harry potter stan just like my mom's making me paint this. Maybe they just didn't like the direction that the story was going. Fuck harry potter books. That's not how i would have written yeah. He should be in raven claw. The cafe was good definitely worth a visit if especially especially if you're here on vacation going to universal all that and you're anywhere near downtown just pop and get a drink and they have gigawatt all kinds of great stuff. There's not a thing yeah uh-huh okay. Are you ready to hit me with some food history. It is now time this week in food history in this serious gourmet so this week in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hawaii officially became the fiftieth state here in the united states. I didn't know that their fiftieth yes they would allow. They were the last ones that we've had lost forty nine. Yes yeah yeah yeah not too outer but my mom remembers when this happened and her being like but what about the flag figure it out here are some fun food facts about our most recent hostile takeover so sorry native hawaiians. I apologize though though i do love your nation hawaii is the only state that grows cacao beans to produce chocolate. Yes it is also also home of the largest continuous ranch in the united states. The parker ranch on the big island has about four hundred eighty thousand acres of land. Ooh that's damn for an island. That is a shoot on a property asked. Hawaii is also the only state in the u._s. That grows coffee and most of the world's macadamia the nets are grown on the big island foyer so they're controlling all these all these markets boom boom and more than one third of the world's commercial supply of financials also comes from hawaii so they are a major producer food yeah no they have so much of their <hes> square foot or square footage acres of land is for farming specifically. It's it's an amazing place to visit. I would visit you even if you weren't part of the united states so i saw you know things have changed it. Don't worry you're not losing my business. You're great. I'm curious so do you think there will ever have a fifty. I what about puerto rico fifty i. They're all sort of like we we. We only have fifty six. Yes yeah no but i mean like technically part of the united states but it's like american samoa or any of these other places that where we have a a stake they are under american rule but they are not represented on an equal level like shits fox we are linda hope you're listening because is apparently who knew yeah. Can you imagine if greenland became the fifty first state and puerto rico's like yo what the fuck american american smells like cocoa kuok cool. I mean are we not put it past this administration. I mean greenland two girls. You don't get it now. It's not the right time. Could you imagine like waking up and just realizing that you're like another country might just unscrupulous and you're like what kind of news well. It's been happening for a bazillion nearest so mad love so why so sorry about the hostile takeover in fifty nine but you know happy to have you all the same. So what do you recall or. I got a great one this week this week and total recall fruits or vegetables on the planet bar so oh this week the f._d._a. Warns consumers that drinking bleach will not cure cancer or autism okay so this is not enough. They need to to have a statement about it that it was so it was becoming common enough. This is like when i went to that goodwill and on the changing i'm there was a sign that said this is not a bathroom. How frequently does it happen. The had to make fine. Y'all had to put out a statement so all right so what's been happening. Comedians news let me unpack this so a product been on the f._d._a.'s watchlist since two thousand ten and continues to rebrand itself currently. It's under the name miracle. Mineral solution is being promoted widely across social media platforms as a remedy ready for curing autism cancer h._i._v. hepatitis in the flu. Y'all need to delete your fucking apps social media his causing more harm also narco title yeah i mean is says miracle on the name like is bullshit bullshit. If it's carrying cancer we would know about any appetite like you don where you would hear about the news so evening news top top of the hour so the active ingredient is sodium chloride which <hes> the product instructions recommend mixing with citric acid lemon juice so when those two are combined it creates a chemical emma compound call chlorine dioxide which is a powerful bleaching agent the acting f._d._a. Commissioner dr ned sharply said in a statement the miracle mineral solution is not f._d._a. Approved in consumer product would be the same as drinking bleach guys they had like so. This was happening enough like the f._d._a. Was getting reports of people experiencing vomiting severe diarrhea life threatening low blood pressure levels us extreme dehydration and acute liver failure when using these products so when these people are like vomiting blood and doing all this they expelling. I i don't ever fucking disease. I don't know what they're thinking. I don't think that they're really i mean if you honestly if you this is how great our healthcare system is is that if you have have something like cancer or h._i._v. or hepatitis are common flu or autism my deductible. It's five thousand dollars dollars. They would rather drink bleach and think that that's gonna work. Then go to a god damn doctor well. It's an indictment aikman of both our education system yeah. Why what is it that we just fuck in. We'll believe anything on social media anything. That looks legit. We trust like straight out the gate. Well okay so this is. I haven't seen these ads 'cause. I don't have a fucking facebook but by the way this is mostly a face me problem i would assume that it looks sorta legit and then there are bought comments on this works for me and like does that felt like people are endorsing road box. What i don't understand is. Why are we not arresting people. If they're just rebranding there has to be a person and company there has to be where's the money going. I mean they had the money. I'd have no idea but yeah it has been called a bunch of different names and they currently it's miracle mineral solution. The name can't okay if you're gonna sell snake oil. Can you at least just make it harmless snake oils nick oil company l._l._c. hellish shift shift dot com where you go to buy it will look like if you if you like look at the ingredients especially the acting greens. If you want your clear this you're once people who literally try anything because you have one of these extremely life threatening <hes>. You know if you have cancer if you have h._i._v. In your literally we're gonna try anything if the meaning gradient is sodium chloride and his twenty percent <hes> avoid it because that's what this yeah and i'm sure in a few months. They're going to rebrand graham because the f._d._a. Just put them on notice. Fuck this names burnt yeah and it says miracle name noth- nothing that says miracle in the name is legit the jet no not like. I think this way about ministries like you know what. I'm saying like if you have to sell it to me in the title. I don't think it's effective yeah and if you if it sounds too good to be true it is it has a facebook. Fuck that look in your news off facebook. People would literally try anything except that the the basic things that we know will work light exercise regular sleep having a plant heavy diet people. They don't wanna put in the work. Just fucking drink water. Eat your goddamn vegetables and like see how you feel but and if you're one of those people's like well yeah but i fucking hate vegetables i would rather drink bleach them. Maybe but guess what you're not gotta eat vegetables forever people like us and your mother have been saying for years that the more veggies and other non sweet foods you eat the better they will eventually taste and i i know you've always been like this is bullshit. Shut the fuck up. Don't trick me into eating brussels sprouts. I'm not here for it. Well guess what science is now on our side. A study out of the university of buffalo zeroed in on the proteins on in our saliva which yudo affect our sense of taste but i know that the saliva proteins i didn't know saliva i pumped yoked so these proteins a factor sense of taste which affects our diet composition what foods were drawn to to which then in part determines the taste by those proteins so it's like this feedback loop okay and contains around a thousand of these specific proteins we we don't know what they all do just yet but you know everything we eat is dissolved in saliva as anyone with a mouth or the whole in their face might now and all these proteins could possibly be influencing our food and how it tasted so one of the assistant assistant professors to help demand the study says quote what you eat creates the signature in your salivary proteome and these proteins modulate your sense of taste this this is ann marie <unk> gross up quote. We've shown in previous work with rats changing your diet changes. What proteins are in your saliva and now we're showing that the proteins in your saliva change how you taste if we can convince people to try broccoli greens and other bidder foods they should know that with repeat exposure they will taste better better than once. They've like regulated these protein road so your next question is <hes> how long how long yeah because it so this is the <hes> exposure therapy so so the more brussels sprouts you eat the more you will like the taste of brussels sprouts. You know like how many brussels sprouts yeah. Every how many do i i need to eat leave. The table can look at one yeah baby steps. I'll eat one. You want ten four lupul. Unfortunately the data does not provide an exact number but for people who avoid these foods because of their bitterness but wants. Do you wanna eat better. Just know that your taste will eventually change. It is a sure-fire thing in like that makes makes sense because if you think about it coffee and alcohol fucking disgusting i remember first couple tastes of either the go go give coffee he to a kid and they're gonna spit just black coffee. Give it to them yeah like but it's like with exposure therapy if you take it enough become desensitized to it even to the point that you crave it yeah like i crave my coffee in the morning. Exactly i know it's fucking disgusting but yeah if you you think the only reason you learned to crave those things is because they wake you up or they get you fucked up. No your whole palate is changing <hes> and it can do that for foods. That are good for are you as well. I mean i can say firsthand that win. I went vegetarian vegan. Eating more vegetables begin to crave those vegetables doubles like broccoli broccoli all the time and you're able to enjoy it totally like when i go like when i'm travelling at a go somewhere else has like subpar like produce i tasted it have the lesser broccoli. I can taste less iraq. Yeah no see so it did your mom was right yeah <hes> but sometimes there's some markets where you're trying to eat well or trying to eat the the right thing and you've been bamboozled and i have a story just like that all right so you're one of those people who only want to buy local or at least u._s. Food because if you want to support the us economy you wanna make sure that you are supporting ecologically sustainable fishing and you want to make sure you aren't supporting all that rampant slavery that occurs and the pacific fishing areas right about that fucking do some googling yeah well if you go back and listen to our episode with oxfam yup yup and you'll hear all about that when people are like yeah you know i care about the environmental like red meat. I try to stick to fish so you supporting slavery. You can't win. Here's his walk into the woods and die choices all right well now these you can't even be sure of where your your seafood is coming from least of all what it is so philip caravan of columbia north carolina just pleaded guilty last week in a federal court on charges that his his company captain neal's seafood also labeled millions of dollars worth of foreign crab meat as a quote product of the u._s. Karen is the owner our president chief executive officer of captain neil seafood which purchases processes packages and sells seafood and seafood products including crab meat need domestically harvested blue crab which is kind of a higher price point. You know to captain rookie fucking well. He's not even a good dude yeah so apparently his company at his direction was substituting foreign crab meat for domestic blue crab and as part of his whole a plea. They admitted to falsely labeling more than one hundred seventy nine thousand pounds of crab meat with a retail market value of over four million dollar. God damn yeah. The falsely labelled crab meat was then sold primarily to wholesale membership clubs which i think is a way of saying sam's club inco yeah all right so as part of this deal caroline admitted that him and his company could not and did not set up process a sufficient quantities of domestic blue crab to meet the customer demands right which makes sense like this happens when you're using animal products or you know any kind of agricultural like things in cap in the you can't sure i mean so what they're saying is like they ran out but instead of saying we're out. They start using of other bullshit. They're like no no no. We need to make all the money out of stuff anymore. Guys we can handle it. Just just wait. It'll be back. Oh my god the the crab meat i need to live. We're letting people go without insulin but we can't let them go without fucking crab meat at costco listen. They're gonna pull the mcrib every few years it you can wait yeah. They're out just fucking be patient. It is coming back fine fine yeah the to make up for the shortfall him in his company used foreign crab meat to fulfil customer orders during this period <hes> they purchased crab meat not live crabs which is important from south america in asia. I'll get back to the cinema they've been doing it since as early as two thousand twelve and he directed all employees to repack the foreign crab meat into containers labeled product of the us and then sold them to consumers as jumbo domestically harvested blue crab so you can try to be a consumer and be like trying to do my best. I'm trying to buy local trying to buy organic made in the u._s._a. <hes> and the person's on that shit to you probably lying gotcha bitch <unk> so since they weren't even buying live crabs. There's no way of knowing exactly what they were buying. It just said crab meat yeah exactly and we all know imitation crab. He's all over the marketplace. If you guys don't know what that age isn't it yeah. It's not even crabs no image imitation. It's fish. It's often pollock and that is minced. Ginger flatness paced sometimes other fillers are put into then. It's flavored reformed into flakes or sticks or honked meet like what they bought. What an ugly expression home to meet <hes> hunt. I like a chunk of bread and a hunk uncomedic hung imitation of hey they honk it and they color it and so what the hell did they fucking walking by and what the hell did you fucking by an f._y._i. If you're like okay like what's the big deal. They put some seafood in place of another seafood well well. Apparently this is something our government actually takes fucking serious mislabeling which is of is it a federal crime. Yes this is a federal crime and the maximum sentence for falsely falsely labeling crab meat which who knew there was along the books about this is five years in prison and fined up to twice the gross gain of the offense which means this motherfucker eight million in dollar million dollars. Whatever fuck this guy was it worth it for compost. <hes> and imitation crab meat is just so fucking. It's also gross also ever told you this story about cousin brian where he worked at a whole foods in the bay <hes> yeah and he would crank call his own store and these we do pretend to get through it exactly who's just trying to get their day you you would crank call his coworkers and pretend like he was a customer okay so he <hes> crank calls <hes> the seafood department one day and he's like yeah i i have like an unusual request and i just wanted which in and of itself working at that grocery store is not an unusual very calm and he's going to have an unusual request when you guys do this. I need to buy all the crab meat the all have and they're like oh yes finding buys out and he's like okay cool and it's yeah and it's it's in crafts and they're like hey alex stone in crafts the show the show and he he's like cool so here's where it gets unusual. I need you to take all the real crabbing out of the shell and a knee joel to fill that with imitation crab meat in like put it back together looks like he's like i'll pay for the actual crab meat and imitation replacement crab meat like i need all this done in the next three hours. Excuse and i'm gonna come by and pick it up and the guy on the phone employees. Co worker is like audibly frustrated. He's doing heavy size and he's like no customer. No yeah what you don't want to get fired right so he's like yeah i mean we're we're busy today and like i i'll try eighty get done and my cousins zicree on the way by and like hangs up the phone and then he like immunity runs to the seafood department as he's hysterically basically laughing to himself because this is only and the guy who's manning the seafood counter that day who just got off the phone is like gloving up sitting crabs aside roy. I am start the process in need my cousins running up. He's like that was me. I'm fucking with you design. Don't don't do that. I would call and legit. Ask dumb as shit like that are no. That's what i was like see. I would know right away. He goes no you wouldn't yeah because a whole foods we get dumb shit like that all the time absolutely oh yeah that was i liked it. He would just fuck with his co. Workers fixed. He's he's giving me like a ton of stories like that but he's fucked with other departments and again it all comes down to imitation crab meat. <unk> speak in a fake outs this week u._s. Borders and customs sees is a truck with four tons of marijuana otake mesa border crossing here in california. That's a that's a lot of weed coming into the u._s. Leaving yeah so yeah we'll get into it so the weed was buried inside of pallets college of red and green jalapenos when the truck was flagged for a secondary inspection because a snitch of canine unit it god damn snitch dollar. I'm sure it was a very good boy or girl but doesn't change the fact that they're fucking snake yeah now. I know you're just doing it for the treat damp damp had alerted the customs agents so they made vehicle pullover a second door secondary inspection so inside the pallets peppers officers officers discovered more than three hundred green packages that feel tested positive for marijuana officials estimate that the drugs are worth more than two point three million million dollars so even though they're crossing interstate where weed is legal federally it is still illegal and it is still illegal in mexico. This driver probably fuck if he even knew right well. I'm sure he maybe he maybe didn't know i don't know not not that. I know in my in my shadier days. I've definitely like transport itself and i'm not gonna pay me. They're not nervous if you don't. I don't know they have a reason to be nervous and plausible deniability yeah yeah absolutely that's a defense hopefully but also like someone's gonna come for that week. That's a lot of we someone when getting murdered yeah for sure. There's going to be a few deaths over this. I'm sure who yeah i liked it. They'd said the marijuana's field tested yeah. What do you think that is that s we'd well. I mean okay mesa. Isn't that far from san diego. I'm just picturing a bunch of bras out there. Be like hold up. Border agents chat on this so we're going to pull the vehicle over to the side. We need to further inspectors. There's just like pull a big ass bang out the border patrol and customs on the bubbler like that's on the car and they're just packing a ball and they're like this seem him suspect. Let's just go ahead and sh- fit arrest this man. God there it yeah but how do you feel sweet. I don't know mom. This smell sticky there. Just grab it uh-huh mosaic this texture. It's quite sticky so we're going to have to have you got turn till four times. There's a lot of fucking heavy. No like back in the day we would move like bricks and we thought the thousand lot and then i learned that like real drug dealers huddah motherfuckers who've metric fucking tons those are the people you do not want to the people you don't. You don't wanna take aac. What was it two million dollars from yeah yeah this is going to be. There's going to be some unfortunate accidents over this but what happened on the jalapenos yeah innocent. Did you see the photo pinos everywhere. You can make a jalapeno jam. Yeah you hot saw aw hot sauce and you know what they've been hanging around. We'd maybe they got. Some of the aroma on them are infused. This is a <hes> infused jalapeno jam t._h._c. I would buy guys don't we don't need to be moving drugs across support. Let's not give donald trump fuel to this fire. Yeah it was a border crossing which is like <hes>. We don't need this. How often do we catch it and you wanna get your drugs into into this country and stick it to the man who threw report drop it from the sky. I'm just saying let's not give him any more talking points right. I think that's what maybe an area fifty. One area. Fifty one's this full of yeah. That's all it is. It's all the confiscated we and his agents doing bong rips is being lego. Go mattress these well. If you want to hear about area fifty one a little bit more yeah we got alice. Wetland is here. We talked about aliens aliens country music and all kinds of nonsense. Oh love to talking to her. I felt like i could've kept going and i wanted to respect your time as a professional but also you want to check out her new special. My mom is a human and so am i so further so finey. The whole matt was giggling through our entire higher viewing. It's a goddamn in a hearty belly allows our you're crying for your puppies and you're giggling at every comedy. 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Toms cat rearing firmenich alcoholism and the secret alien conspiracy behind new country music is good so please welcome allah a <music> hi either welcoming me. I make you know we we try to record people's intros and react hurries fuel a little self conscious reading in front of meeting their accolades and everything so welcome to the show the accolades oh my god i would have been yeah i get away wasn't here. We don't want you to bless the middle. Freedom was just gilding the lily they deserve but it wasn't my story so you have a special yes. It's on amazon amazon prime in a world where networks literally literally gives everyone a special. It's nice to see you on amazon yeah well. It was really funny. When i posted the promo this awesome promo clip that they put together. It's like amazon. Specials are coming to amazon amazon amazon prime and amazon original special and then this person all these comments really nice comments and then it's really adorable. Fan was like i'm so glad do you finally have a netflix special signing your taste like crazy brought to you by amazon amazon amazon netflix special. We have our store amazon's. We walk the thin line of like slamming amazon but people like amazon dot com slash over amazon dot com. Do you get to be part of their first big. Push the standup like yeah yeah. I do and i'm really pumped about it. It's funny but they're like. It's is an amazon original and i'm like you guys didn't you're not my mom like you know what you should think about right in this and i'm like like no i was in denver alone. You're nowhere to be found but show me which jokes she goes yeah yeah but it's just their name just their name name and i'm really glad because it's a good group other people that they're i mean jim gaffe again glazer and among others so it's a really good push. I'm excited yeah. Yes my first my first one the detroit to control the content at all because you really a lot of stuff fly on that special do but if they didn't so no because it was already produced and directed comedy amyx with what's coming in and it was like all in the bag we'd edited and at that point we were shopping in around also planning to release that ourselves in nobody we liked bought it so so we're about to release it and figure out a release date and everything and do a tour and it was like yeah gung ho i'm good with this and then i was excited about selling the my own albums like brick and mortar style. I was like i'm going to put him in stores amoeba but then at the last minute amazon was like we wanna do this. It's going to be you know oh. It's going to be like a handful of people and it just seemed like okay and then that was it. They just bought it like that so i you know that was a good thing that they didn't they in mickey code anything no i felt like they know they were fans of the i think what i am talking about kind of feels a little gap in other specials that they have upto they only have one leg militant feminist like super not funny leftist lady who's me so. They need one person to be like. Just you know comedy evacuated during your special. I wouldn't think that like i mean it's my avenue comedy. I really enjoyed it. It was it was special special. Yeah men love my feminism real old boyfriend. It's really weird. They're scared. They can't keep away. They can't stop. I'm also the proud mom of two kittens. Oh okay kittens the well. No they are how now they're cats and kittens so i'm with you. Why do dog owners hate animals. Why are they so elitist. Now everybody dog owners necessarily signed dog people like if you have somebody who's like i like dogs or whatever but then there's people people who are like dog person just a dog person so don't talk to me. I won't find your weird and i mean the whole thing came about because there's people who like specifically don't like cats. There's so many people who don't like chasm now and then they come to my house and they're like well your cats dogs and i'm like no my cats are just awesome. Yeah cat and you have not given them a chance and feel like especially being a woman with cat. It's if you'll very personally attacked attacked when someone's like. I don't like capsules like i don't pizza shades misogyny. Isn't it the trope of like the only woman why why don't we don't talk about the guys who are like in a deeply emotional relationship with their dogs and connect to other humans. We don't make fun of them. But it's the crazy cat lady people sort sort of like fantasize like dudes being alone with their dog sort of like the john wick of it. Yes it's like oh. He's he's a bad ass but he tortured but he's also yeah yeah ah yeah this is his soft spot and we're just fucking kooky weirdos. You can't find a man yeah and it's like no. We're not trying in my pack right now. We're just in our lion's den. Watch me thrive hanging out. Lagging are pause all day and we're like moving from one spot to another idea. I like my cat taught me so much. I just like all fall asleep on like a surface. Good you believe in your because they sleep fourteen hours a day goal. I didn't know oh that and i'm like oh. I can't say in fact. This is a really nice charity yeah right yeah. I call it dander gander once they're sleeping. It gets into the all fuck. I'm going down so you're not new to comedy mighty but this is your first special because you've been doing this for a while yeah. I did some our our but it wasn't special. It said that no yeah. I'm i've been doing comedy for like ten years. My kind of philosophy don't like taping. I don't think taping is a good thing. I don't think people should ever make specials in a way. I hate when you see a good comedian. Have a bad late night set and you know exactly what happened because they like no you to death or the audience is like who's this. I don't care about this. It's frustrating when i'm like this audience fucking. It's just a really it's an inappropriate venue like i i mean it's an evolving form but also we've figured out pretty well what the ingredients to stand up our and it's like an longer set low. Oh stealing. I mean have a few to audiences drinking hopefully and like that you get to introduce yourself to the room and with late nights especially it's like the the room is like we just saw a bunch of celebrities though we wanted to see and our favorite guy who host late night and now who's this dumb embeds like i hate it. I hate this last part. This is also somebody who was saying that. I don't remember who the comedian coming on late night is a message to the crowd like you have now seen in conan for the last like no more conan for you so this is the no more coenen part of your show which is like nobody wants that you know they wanna hang out with conan's tomorrow so it's like the worst two possible situation for the stand up to be involved in and then there's the whole taping aspect every time you tape no matter where you're always like like you're always tempting fate like i've had situations where it's like. You'll have like a okay. Everything's great. I'm in a good spot in the lineup. I'm gonna tape set up. Sound setup got a couple of cameras going. Okay go bird fly or whatever you're like really how you know what i mean like. Ridiculous stuff happens and it's like here's the choppers like always happens happens and it's just like well. Yeah 'cause we're not supposed to god is like no do not tape. Rich mustn't be captured last year very it's hard guys. It's coming out. There was a bat that got into the fuck. You ooh who the fuck was that a bat god in there so like people that she's not exaggerating bernie madoff there is henry rollins on he was on our show and we were talking about like awkward sets and he was doing a set in a fucking absolute absolutely and it was like wasn't like right after nine eleven to or something something terrible had happened in the news. He was doing standup during the when the results are coming coming back from the two thousand sixteen presidential election and the newest so hardcore. What a crazy time i did. I was supposed to go up that put your hands together rea- on stage and like i was back yeah i was fully sobbing white woman in tears all over the place and i was like the beginning of me reckoning with my whiteness like for sure because like i was with my friend who's mexican and he was just like girl. Pull it together the u._s. So embarrassing right now and i was like i and i just looked like he was like. Do you want to go on stage and i was like she's argued. Yeah all these people with way more to lose than me and it was really at the end. It's gonna be okay so you recorded the special russell last year but somehow predicted the resurgence of aliens in popular culture. That's crazy and country music at the area the head of the curve. What message do you read number two <hes>. So what do you think is in area fifty one right well. I'm on active on three yeah. This is about home improvement and turned the yeah so i thought jug a really long time ago and when i released a special oh god is taking so long because amazon picked it up and then it was another six months before they even were like we're going to release it. Sometimes sometimes people will be like yeah. We'll release to show what will buy it and then it goes away and you're like wait a minute. You tricked me so i was worried that it wasn't gonna come out and i was like wait. Lake take a lot of my stuff is current events. You can't keep it forever some of this stuff and then you want happen happen. Old town road came out. It was like oh my god. This is the perfect and they just like yeah <hes> yeah. I don't know i'm just i've got my finger on the pulse. I don't have any there's it's really really weird. How much alien stop is involved in my life because like i i've been on two alien shows now. I'm i was series regular in people earth and then i did and now i'm doing resident alien on sci-fi both shows about aliens and then there's the bits and like it just keeps happening cowboy early on the drum set and put that on emergency members saying like a few weeks leaving the podcast worried fifty one and somebody had like that alien decal from the ninety s on their car window and i was like fuck dude what happened that day be everywhere never saw it again fifty whatever britt i don't know we want this podcast episode to air so we shouldn't get into a guys don't exactly that's. That's my line yeah yeah. It's really weird. I thought like country music is so ubiquitous and the messaging is so bland and and like every single song seems to be about the same thing that i'm like. If we look a little deeper there has to be like a hidden message because i'm the hidden messages like you know white supremacy but like maybe we look deeper than that you know. The aliens divided yeah. There's like like weird from texas and like i went back to texas. After i've lived in california for ten years at this point and i went back to texas and i got in my friends <hes> truck and he had like the country music playing and there's like this weird vin diagram and country music now with like like island musica reagan yeah and i don't get fucking weird. I don't have a point i just wanted. It was just like what the fuck is this and he was the station like this is like shitty reggae bad. We'll it's like country. Music is like a conglomerate conglomerate this like buying up all the other genres of music and making them shitty and mainstream like when your favorite magazine gets bought up by like a viacom or whatever and you're like oh great now the articles are going to they get a country music started doing rap like billy ray cyrus in old town road doing that rap. That's been out there for a good five years like country weird old the country guys being like just going to go and bring. Please love your food like it's really weird. It's going on for a long time and so that happened bend and now it's like reggae tone or whatever and it's like it's going to be more. It's going to be like ragtime what just watering sit down and they conjure hundred finding them. Also there swiftly running out of ideas you know because you're just isn't. We're no longer a genre in itself. You know we just have to come up with. It's like fast food you know like do i don't know we're taco bells so here's like a moore's please come by now. They're just trying to keep people entertained baja blast today at the masters but you're right it is it's become so sort of a homogeneous. The genre era fucked up shit about somebody getting beaten hiding from their husband de la very very narrative stories or like fucking the old lady and and you know all that stuff very fitting left a lot of self deprecating stuff. This fool is a few like me all great <hes> kids call another man daddy though many <hes> there's that guy there's one guy who wrote all his songs from the perspective of truck. It's like i forget what his name is brad something but he's like one of the brats. One of his song starts out hello. I'm a true toss it definitely let's go on the way home. I have to looking anthony justly mceniry touring together. We discovered it when we're in nashville and it was like what the fuck this song and so we will have it. There's a weird pause between hello and i'm a truck. Hello and i'd be like dad and even go on a truck entertainers. Also the country music lost its way to be so weird. I grew up on like marty robbins and like his songs were always like super like it was always like him. In a bar sees a pretty girl. She's got a boyfriend and then he shoots the boyfriend the whole song and now he's like on the run in mexico. Oh because the federal holidays are after him yeah like he did albums of this material and now everything there's a i don't know is youtube name but there's a guy on you too who every year he puts together all the country songs came out that year and he puts them in a like editing software and matches all the beats and plays them all together at the same time time and it sounds like a fucking song and they all sound the same. I'll i'll have to pull it up. We'll send us every get stoked for it. Every year around new year old man that country music mash up is coming. She's covering your mouth. She's horrified. Vada like aliens. You got to be like i feel like if there's any way for them to infiltrate the mathematics the masses right you know what i mean. It feels like some weird cover up all the music stanzas name and everybody's just like just lack it and you're like. Why do you just like it like what's happening happening. I don't have to question my on examined ideas on your obviously on the road. A ton hasn't comedian. What's fucked up weird as hell like road food that you've ever eaten <hes> because i know that when we go on book tour we end up places and there's no fucking food sometimes like a subway in new mexico and i got like the veg- edge and it was just canned mushroom ono ask god not even the subway bread white like wait. What is there's just like we go. We got truckstop that had a subway eat fresh air quotes and then a massage gosh parlor. I really shouldn't have stopped getting on goes. You just read one out exactly hand moshers asher whitebread. Someone's house security footage of you ordering so they're keeping it on purposes. I i don't have anything to top that like the most most gross i mean that's the most disgusting thing i can imagine i don't. I usually don't eat the food of the clubs. I'll say that like because because when i go somewhere immediately what i look at is like what are the restaurants around where i'm staying. I changed where i'm staying always because if they put you in a condo you're like no thanks. I spend my entire like my entire weekend. Salary spent on the accommodations. I'm like breaking even like it's the practice director because i'm like i love traveling and i like going places and seeing new food and stuff like that but like i don't you know so i i guess i'm using comedy as a tourist thing which is not really what what you're supposed to be doing. I i remember going to chattanooga <hes> and it not being the best but i don't. I don't remember bad food it as much as i do. Remember when it's like really good food where look at you yeah i fall. I guess yeah also there's like free getting sober touring and then posed since it was like do i remember the day i don't know yeah yeah. New goes crazy. I remember i was staying in this really really weird hotel that like steamed like it was some sort of weird like like eastern european soccer fans lake moulder zor men who are all like all outside smoking all the time and it was. I felt like okay. They're all wearing tracksuits. I'm definitely gonna die. I was like the greatest and worst weekend of my life so i bombed so hard at the first show that somebody came up to me and they were like you. You deserve a purple heart for that for living through that. I was in chattanooga where several like actual purple heart recipients had been shot like just by a mass shooter like the hugh said that here so that's how bad that was so oh sweet sweet chief yeah that's every time there's a mass shooting. I see the photo. It's like a white dude. Oh my god damn it fucking of course slate so no one's shocked no-one shocked. I mean it's just embarrassing yeah. I mean it's embarrassing as as an american but as a white man also telling michelle this i'm in my i'm thirty four now. I'm past my mass shooter prime like i'm no longer a threat. It's not it's not something people now. You never know where you turn your psycho. Hey five. It's it's the bill curve curve about that. I was on love it or leave it last night and there is you guys listen to that shows. They had an expert on like i guess internet like eight hundred and stuff like that and those communities and like the radicalization of like internet fascist just stuff and it was her diatribe and not diatribe but her like take with so interesting but she was talking about like the radicalized misogyny. I'm all of these different factions like she's like the person who shot up. Was it gilroy or dayton. Ohio was like a leftist and the person who shot up el paso was a like super right ring racist extremists the only thing they had in common. Was this misogyny that they felt like they were owed. Something by the women that the you know they all have domestic violence yeah they all have domestic violence and it's like because it and that's why it's always young white men didn't dislike young male entitlement so i feel like if if you're a young white man or any age white man and you like are straight and you're you feel like you're embarrassed for the masters it's like i think it's important to recognize that there. There are so many men who live in their mothers basements and don't have a day and don't get laid who are like perfectly nice people you you know who are like just not shooting up schools and just not doing stuff like that. It's there's these people that but there is a situation where they could just stumble into this really readily accessible online world. It's like don't you feel like you're owed something and that's how they open their conversation. The if you go to like a right wing lake charlie kirk whatever like induction ceremony it's not like do you want to be off the it's like hey don't you think that like women feel like there. Don't you think women have to have it to good eh yeah. That's like their opener. Ho yeah no matter if you're like races or your islam phobic or whatever you're seeing is that's like the way they get you in. Is this like misogyny and so it's interesting that that is something that for so long especially like being a woman on the internet. I've been told to like come on on their. Just you know kids or whatever online yeah and it's like. It's like no. It's and i've been trying to explain to people i was at lunch with some friends and i was cleaning to my friend. Doug who is a bernie supporter got. I gotta love bernie. I definitely do in many ways but his some of them are robots and some some of them are psychotic and there's a total like this threat of misogyny that was like activated by these online groups and i was like no you don't understand like <unk>. I can't go on the internet right now because i said one thing like slightly critical of bernie sanders and it became impossible for me not because like one person like really took issue and that took off like somebody posted my information and in one of these grew your dog's not doctor but like they posted my tweet they posted who i am online and they're and they came <hes> and they did that and i'm like that doesn't come from being like oh. This person is disagreeing with with bernie. That's like all of these. Things are like i know about my gender. There's snow. There's no scale of so reactionary since like immediately goes to threats yeah not like oh like i disagree with you or anything like data wow. This is like yeah you fucking life. You could tell the people who were like okay but let's talk about this of which there were maybe four and then there was like hundreds if people that were like this coming from insult insult until that ranging from that to lake. Why don't you shut the fuck up to lake where you live so i was like that and it got theory a and i was in my friend was like you just don't go online then just go on twitter and i was like that's easy for you to say but you don't understand like it's similar to what i experienced and have have experienced in comedy open mic in different places in the country where you know my opinion is not only unwelcome but like you know i made to feel humiliated for being a woman in all of this stuff and he's like. I don't know if it's like that. You know he's kind of trying to play i right but i don't really know if it's like that. I'm like no. I'm telling you it is. I know but what came out of that conversation for me. That was really important. Was that like he literally doesn't know and can't see from his perspective how it is as for someone else because he's never ever seen it or been exposed to it and he's not like that and so he makes face for women in his life so he's like no. I can't that's not you you know and when it happens around him he doesn't notice because it's not directed at him and he thinks it's personal to another person but it's not it's like a gender attack and then my other friend who is next damn who's the guy <hes> also white guy comic was like actually i've been talking to a lot of women this year because of the election and <hes> from from what i hear it's actually true that is what they experienced. An so doug was like oh okay and because he heard it from a guy. Do you know what i mean and that that wasn't like i mean th i could've taken it a lot of ways. That could have been like okay so you can't fuck you know but like i took it okay so there's a place for men in this conversation because this guy didn't genuinely didn't know he's not a shitty person but he was just questioning my experience. He's still my friend and then this other guy who was also my friend was like no. I'm i'm. I'm i'm telling you from the other side. It's true and they were able to able to have this like moment where they both kind of came to terms of truth with each other and it was not hostile at all all and it was just like an afterwards. He came up to me and he was like i'm sorry i didn't know it was like okay here. We all are being a part of this conversation and nobody's like you can't say she because you're a man like that. That is sometimes true and i know that i'm white and i get to my privilege and it fucking stocks and i'm so embarrassed but like it's it gave me a lot of hope and it also like it made me so happy that there's so many instances in which like like men and other types of like non people caller can come in and help with other <unk> be actual allies demonstrate goodwill and you know help create understanding but there's this reminds me the caption for a new yorker cartoon time ago where it was like it was a man talking to a woman and a let me interrupt your experience with my opinion <hes> <hes> like and your expertise with my opinion you know and i think that goes outside of gender all kinds of things. You're interrupting somebody who is arguably an expert about what they're talking about with just european. Maybe let them finish. I also think that some men experienced their opinions as facts in in a way that dumb like a majority other types of people do not like but it's not all men but it's like some men like the shooters like this woman <hes> her name is laurie penny. She was talking about. How like these guys online who are like. I've been hurt. I have had trauma in my life. Those things happen to me and i feel that i'm something like you know how like when something bad happens to you you're like i feel like this and i feel shitty like yeah feel like i need to get justice for this situation. They feel that and instead of going like mummy cry about it or lemme talk to somebody about or let me go to therapy instead of that theory against that is like total fact. They don't have the ability to work through it because in their mind their feelings are so strong that they're fact and then they just make that there's no like nation there and so it's like it's not just it's not just it's like this thing that it happens to men. You know what i mean like talks about masculinity. I feel like is i like to talk about it. As a thing that happens to ask you know it's something that men experienced because i'm not like saying that mass mass shooters are not at fault because they absolutely are. They're not mentally ill their shitty people but like there's something l. all along the line where like men in general are not given access to a lot of <hes> role models of like how to do a different thing yeah. There's aren't that many like there's so many other types of types of heroes that you're supposed to be the hero and you're supposed to do do things a certain way in the like male archetype and there's so few like examples of like what it's like to experience life being on second can't to a woman like that's why when i saw the longshot with seth rogan and it was really good it was really funny any and i was fucking sobbing my boyfriend's with and i was like oh you really liked it and i was like i was full full like shaking dobbs at the end and he didn't understand it. I but i explained to him. I was at the end of the movie. It'll be a spoiler if you haven't seen it but you can still watch the movie but like the end of the movie the the guy who's the main guy in the movie realizes that his whole life he's been trying to change the world through his writing and all he needed to do was just be the first husband into this incredible life changing person who was going to change the world. He's like i could actually help a lot by being here and being like hey what do you need and it was so and it wasn't like he was diminished. He wasn't upset with his position at all. He was like this rule now going to live in the white house like check it out. Here's a painting of me like my life ruled. Look at my hot wife. She's a putin broza you know and it was like he was glorified by this position of being like the second spouse and that he gave you you know there's one point in the movie where you don't think he's going to give up yeah so much to be with her because it's always in these movies to comedies like it's the woman who's like all eve. My life are are all stop. Being in manhattan. Yeah weird compromise where the two people these cartoons give up things that nobody would ever give up and walk walk away into the sunset and this is like a real situation in which like a person came to terms with where their position in life should be in. It's one of being supportive and just being a witness to somebody else's greatness and i it was like this moment of like oh. I haven't seen that represented at all and i didn't know i needed to and now that i do. I'm like i can't stop crying because it was just like. I just saw thing that i didn't know i could see now you know and then i message. I staff because he's his friend and i was just like dog. You are the greatest. I'll watch anything that he's part to start watching the boys. Oh yeah yeah so good. Yeah i another amazon program just doing really good things and i'm like really excited. Patriarchy hurts everyone. Everyone exactly yeah. Premacy hurts everyone. Everybody diminishing man. It's diminishing women. It's hurting all of us so let's all do better yeah take out because odds guy is tough to hang out with other men to do things like that to be around guys like hulk the people basically. I don't wanna be that that bomber like vote friend. Who's like hey man are was really homophobic or like. I was super sexist but at the same time i'm like do i just there's so many other things that we can spend our energy on like this is a wizard shouting unsubscribe at people follow award but it is hard because it's like if you're around a lot of guys that are like that and they're getting off on it and say what are you. How are you supposed to insert yourself into that conversation because it's almost like you'll just be ostracized. This is what's the point and i think it's like finding those spaces like with my friend where there's like an actual conversation happening and you can see when there's an opening when somebody's like is it always like this like why are women's this or whatever you know like if they sometimes you'll have a question about it and we like you know like my trainer at my gym is like so funny you yeah. You have a bit about that in this. Is that dig. I just talked to you that is that sexism like he's just wondering you know and like he's he's. He's from his perspective. He doesn't ask coming from a genuine curiosity. I wanted to know you talk about the special that i've fucking cracked up about. How guys are i don't know how to be in the work environment anymore and you're like me. You should know there's there's a yeah i can. Michelle knows me really well. We've been inference for a long time like i can confidently say. Nothing in my past is questionable that i was actually when i'm around guys family masturbate bait in a meeting yeah no never never jerk doctor in the middle of a meeting now being around those dudes and they say shit like that. I'm like if you're unsure sure probably did something stupid to someone like you're. You're you know you recognize that. You're heavier isn't appropriate that we're having sort of a conversation about what is appropriate was not appropriate your being like hey maybe i was a defensiveness is really talent and anything lying or exaggerating music. What have you done yeah okay all right. We'll see you know dead the new people or you don't know the victims. What horse do you have in that fight other than your own like. You're you're talk to you well. It is something to me because i'm worried this lady case it ever having a myard. Want someone like me to myself. Uh-huh yes in case someone like marcia who i worked with ten years ago about some allied media and that was the thing but no she's a fucking lot right. Gimme gimme a break for example. She's just like a list of milano to you. That's how i feel when i'm around do's and they talk about me to raise mayer brown like nobody. Nobody does shit like that's like really you're vice-principal didn't kiss on the mouth after he wrote you a letter recommendation for college and then what now now my god president biden exactly mcgeown man i can speak to our level shitting and it knows balance like is in list so like we're capable of awful things so anytime something comes out where there's like a man accused of something especially like this someone who's rich powerful has influenced have means to enough that i was putting the waiting room at cedars-sinai last week and this old dude had he. Is there a point with his wife. His wife got called back. He starts talking to me first about his wife so mcgarth down. It's also two in the afternoon and then he started telling me about how they masturbate and think about other other people and then they share it with each other and that's how you keep it spicy and everyone's in the room looking at me. Yes unit like you did it. What the i do that. It's the worst part about stuff like this. They're like. What did you bring them but you can. You shut that down. I was like hey dude. What do you do with your dick and you're in seventy year old wife. I am going to start asking matt. I do want to turn the tables. You bet lakes so what is going on with your pulse. Get really alon pubic hair gander that you got going. I thank god tell exact missile. I'd go into the men's restroom and i step up to the urine. There's pubic hair everywhere. Why are men losing their pubic hair allegations lupi shine and do not get it frightens me. I'm like what's guys who just shedding all over the world. What happens when you take off in nine. I wonder if they shakeout their underwear or something interesting do need to now. I'm a guy i wanna know. Nick tweeted us tweet us my gosh we talked to you fucking forever right but what if you did we have forever podcast o'connor lucon. It's still going livestream cast came out three years ago but i need one of those spacesuits can just shit in the dream <hes> right the dream but i don't need people to know my face when i do that yeah true yeah it's i i like and i'm definitely not doing it right now. It looks a peaceful may or may not be getting. My parents got it. It's all happening and the special comes out august twenty third twenty third amazon twenty twenty just kidding this year. Why don't we do that manager. She's this chops twenty twenty three hundred twenty now. No it's coming out. It's amazon. You guys are gonna love it genuinely the only hey give it a shot com nerds chris generally say i watch a lot of stand up and is one of the best ones i've seen a long. Thank you so how much does feel good especially. There's a whole bit about cookie monster that i really enjoyed especially as the lady with a hot temper myself really related related content very much enjoyed. Here's a picture wearing a subway somewhere and i don't know where it is mad on instagram girl when i wore that costume you know how when you're a little kid and like you're in that age period where you don't understand that like people inside costumes like our people. It just feels like there's something wrong. There's like this big thing and there's something wrong. It shouldn't be this big and you're like. I thought them up small but they're really big right now. Disney whatever you you and you're just terrified so there's like three or four year old. Saami and his dad was like look at cookie monster and they came up to me and he was like no no no no no no no no the kid and he's like no. It's okay it's cookie monster you love cookie monster and he got close to me and then he shoots out fifty punch me he was so afraid great he was like i can't do. Your stanley can't be near them. I don't know what it is and he's like no anything you've been dreaming at that point right alright everywhere your specials grade yeah you a wide range of thomas country music music aliens cookie monster peeping tammy peeping tammy's edibles. There's so many chicago law aw so much. It's a really well word. Tightly knit set the thank. You don't watch two more episodes of the office. You've already seen them guys yeah. Fucking watch the special get off netflix. Losing the office inoue's amazon well one day. We're all going to be on the disney streaming anywhere. Do you think they're gonna win. Stream disney stream busy plus is going to give stand up to kids. They're just gonna talk about how homework sucks and like massshootingtracker ready to backpack. 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Diallo Riddle&BashirSalahuddin: 7-11 ThunderDome

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on Apple podcasts and podcast one podcast asked one presents four up a kitchen podcast the show that does food politics and pop culture all while China give fuck and now for your host Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway Welcome Him to force up your Go-to podcast for all things popsicles California poppies and political nonsense. I'm Michelle Davis at Holloway today. We're going to be talking big Dick Pills. The Burger Wars U._T._i.'s and spring citrus. It's disgusting sounding litter. We got a great show today later. We're going to be joined by writers Beshir's Salahedeen Diablo riddle. They're going to be talking about their new show southside on comedy central right now yeah and they have another show dropping showcase i._F._C.. I'm this is one of the best interviews we've done in a long time. These guys had me cracking up the entire time we were talking this so charismatic matic funding and just really just references do not stop this center fantastic writers and the show south side is so so good. We cannot recommend it enough so I'm stoked here but yeah y'all you're GonNa want to stay tuned to great interview and got some Weird News for Y'all so let's get to it. Stick around sharpen those knives. It's forced up a doug kitchen podcast. What's up show? What's up audience nothing? How's everybody everybody you know? We've got one little low rider in our life right now. Redo the current foster that we have is Bentley. He's he's about nine years old. He is like a Basset Hound Corgi mix six. I don't know he's he's got a big boy body. Little teeny tiny legs got he is twenty five percent head. He's a whole inaccurate issue and he's the sweetest voice us we. He's he's great with people who are the dogs cats. <hes> kids themselves group ourself Grad on walks. He's very low key. He just like wants to hang out and play fetch and you know he's your quintessential dog. He'd be ideal for anybody in like a family. You know an individual like anyone wanna dog. We got you adopt. We'd got you so if you want adoption details on Bentley contact Ellie animal animal rescue or you can go to the kitchen dot com slash adopt gut our instagram. There's tons of photos because he is stooped handsome since we started posing them on our instagram like like all my friends and family are just like your dog aww multiplex like still like how ben lead it all right well if you want to know maybe you should adopt him. I'm not giving out Bentley fascinated free. Take his ass home but what else we <hes> it's okay. This is yes so we're we can announce it officially not that it's a secret but we've been in production on our fourth book which I guess we've announced by the time this we have put it on screen by the time this era so we're in the anathema. Get a little bit of a look at kind of the styling. We're going in the new buck and you know the photography and everything like that so stay tuned for details and we also have a whole section of stories on our instagram of the recipes. This is like kind of Cook them along. I'm not always shouting at the names or the ingredients but if he gets Kinda WanNa see what the fuck we're doing. You can stay tune there in our instagram stories. It's not you can't pre-order it yet. We'll let you know when this available but highly recommend priori whenever that drops because because every time we release a book sells out and then my mom fucking text me people are like I can't get in Barnes and Noble Amazon won't have it for another week and I'm like I told us preorder yes so so when preorder are available we will let y'all know so book for is pretty much taking a most of our time or no yeah nothing wrong with that and Bentley what we're doing. All right things are good things steady working. I WANNA shout <music> out a restaurant here in L.. A. Real quick. I went to Brunch at Lhasa. It's a Filipina restaurant in Chinatown on Saturday and it was so fucking gut. I've been there for dinner before it's fantastic but never done before the Vegan or they're just restaurant but they have a lot of vegetarian vegan options and other food is just so damn good people. Always there like what your favorite Vegan restaurant. I'm like most favorite restaurants are places that just have vegan option like totally one hundred percent Vegan restaurant. That's my one news for the week losses Kellyn. If you're in town go check about affordable. It's delicious. It's super cute inside. It's awesome in China Tones Chinatown Awesome turn to not line for Helen raise raise going to Lhasa. It's right there. Let's get into food history. We got all right so this week in eighteen zero three. Samuel Augustus Maverick was born so if you're from Texas that name probably lean something to you. If you're not like means he's one of our Gods yes offerings at his alternate so I'd never heard of this guy and I thought it was super interesting and I don't usually like to do food history on Animal Shit but obviously this was way too cool not to share so now he's he was an interest in Dude Samuel Augustus Maverick whose initials also spell SAM which is such a power on the very intuit he was an American cattleman and politician. He was famous Austin Texas for his work as a lawyer politician land bearer and he was one of the original finers of Texas Declaration of Independence so he was one of our gods kind of a big deal but as a rancher maverick refused to brandis cattle as a result the word maverick entered the English lexicon to mean both an unbranded range animal as while the slang term for someone who exhibits a streak of stubborn independence. That's so fucking talking crazy to me to go to be so stubborn yeah that the the username for definition like in the dictionary and to have that cool a name that they're like hold up. That's what that means so like you know when for my older listeners here when John McCain ran for president back in the day you know the first time he's like he's the maverick he's the maverick has maverick and I had no idea this was a rancher from Texas is where this term came came from. I just think it's fucking crazy. I imagine being so stubborn that you're what I'm saying that people are like we got to petition the dictionary. Yes Oh God is where maverick come from comes from his stated reason for not branding his cattle was that he didn't want to inflict pain on them which is dubious considering he was you you don't WanNa hurt him before we slaughtering okay all right but other ranchers have suspected that his true motivation was that allowed him to collect any unbranded unbranded cattle and claim them zone. Maybe that's more than likely that seems like a stubborn maverick move by the next time somebody gets called Maverick and or next time you're watching topgun maverick that trailer it's from <music>. A Texan in the teens are our guest today. He's in the new topgun movie to sell look it's all coming together. Mavericks all around Texas Texas Marica some some MMA some big Dick Energy and he was original beauty yeah absolutely speaking of Dick News speaking of Big Dick Energy this week in total recall fruits or vegetables onto the planet welcome to get ready right so this isn't a food recall but Michelle you sent me this wild as article and we're going to talk about this and I met him this article just because the headline was so crazy I mean we're headlines. I've seen all year and you guys have been the news in twenty one thousand nine. That's no small thing to say. Let's let's just fucking get into it so this week the F._D._A.. Released a statement advising consumers not to buy by the product big penis article is like big Pena's public notification big penis contains hidden drug ingredient what this is my favorite F._d._a.. Notice of all time so the F._d._A. Lob Analysis revealed that this product big penis contains ingredients sildenafil which is the active ingredient prescription drug Viagra that has f._d._a.. Approval the F._D._A.. Warrants at this ingredient may interact with nitrates found in many prescription drugs like nitroglycerine and can lower blood pressure to fatal levels go to take addict pills and you just fucking Croak Roku. Oh man so people diabetes high blood pressure high cholesterol or heart heart disease are usually on a medication the contains nitrates so fucking watch out so don't be taking Dick Pills if you're on medication that that was my traits maybe how about this. Maybe don't take weird off brand big dictates. There is no big pill like it doesn't exist and like if you did it wouldn't be a fucking secret yeah. There's that all dodge Joe Rogan joke that he talks about if if there was a big guys would be carrying their ticks around in a fucking wheelbarrow. Oh Yeah you couldn't get a big enough guys. One and I mean there's there's a lot of over the counter pills and like these sort of gas station products like big penis that really all they do is just kind of increased circulation but you're not gonNA get actual growth. You're not you're not getting inches on that. Yeah calm down guides and do honestly if you've got like sad dick anxiety anxiety. Maybe just be better at other things. Honestly on there are so many other things that you can learn to do and you know if you fucking can take care of business. You can take care of business. That's what the fuck it matters yeah so chill out. Don't fucking fucking Kill Yourself Dick Pills. I'll say this just calling your product big penis light props. I'm not mad about just be like here's what it is. Here's what you get and they're playing into two nil anxiety about like their inability to like. I don't know what is guys guys fucking obsess about addicts because I think it's easier easier to blame the equipment and then the user so it's like oh no mic like I need a bigger Dick. I need this could have a huge plus and be better like fifteen minutes and then you how you can have that fucking apollo eleven size day yeah terrible. Oh you absolutely can you can be lazy. Hell and that takes only going to get you so far so fucking. Everybody needs to chill out. It's fine. There's no wrong way to have sex other than if nobody's coming most miserable sex that's just called rubbing each other dry humping eh. Let's get into the news though about this big peanut contain secret drug ingredient is like either the most exciting or the worst with the F._D._a.. was like you're GonNa make me right this punch out this public notice speaking of meat yeah so guess who's buying all that fast food plant based meat because it's not vegans while vegans vegetarians make up a tiny percent of the population meatless protein sales are through the fucking roof so in the last year consumer demand plant based Burgers has increased more than ten percent and quick serve restaurants of so more than two hundred twenty eight million meatless burgers. That's isn't necessarily last year imagine here in that twenty years ago like He. You told me I'd be like there's no way yeah meet. burgers sandwiches are still the most ordered item at restaurants but men has been stagnant in the annual growth is flat so the not there's no new people coming on the hamburger train. It was like hamburgers. I never this red meat so the increased demand a plant based foods is multifaceted for one more options available now than ever amen most major chain restaurants now off vegan options in grocery stores stocking more plant-based products consumer awareness of animal welfare is also at an all time high so much so the grocery chains like whole foods have adopted animal welfare offer readings on their products which again like kind of going back to the maverick things like. Do you really care about the animal that much like if it had a good life before you fucking killed it like sustainability and environmental impact are also a factor why more consumers Sumer offer plant based foods talking about the slot like people want to feel good about the choices they're making for a lot of different reasons right and health nutrition is at the forefront of consumers minds when more than sixty percent of the U._S. population of dolts report that they would you'd like to increase protein diet but recent studies linking red meat consumption that type two diabetes cardiovascular disease cancer and premature death make meat-based protein a less favorable option. Those headlines is coming. Come at your fast. I mean I think you're right. I think that people want to if you're making that decision three times a day. You WanNa vote with your dollar. You WanNa make the decision possible like our first book sold like like more than two million copies and the people who cook our food. They're not. They're not none of them. I don't think there are two million vegans in America probably not like it's omnivores was who were trying to change how even if it's just one or two days a week and there's nothing wrong with that. I think that's fucking awesome so congrats to everybody for get knees items out in the world and buying them and trying new things like I know you fucking Love Del Taco doc all right now. They got beyond Burrito. The thing is like weekly like once or twice a week I don't I don't fuck with fake meat and I don't fuck with the drive through but good on you matt he can sit like sticks of vegetables. You you mean that cooks yeah. It's crazy junk food vegan good good but you know there's worse things to worry about now than plant basements. They'll tell you that right now yeah so now you're orange. Juice is being served with sad of antibiotics. There you fucking ready for this hit me. It's disgusting so there's a disease thickening Florida's citrus groves right now and there's a Florida man wrecking havoc no so since <hes> Floridas what is first case was confirmed in two thousand five citrus screening which is the name of the disease has infected more than ninety percent of the states grapefruit and orange trees which is a significant amount joe though the pathogen spread by this tiny in fact it looks like one of those tiny tiny moths they get into your house are really annoying and it feeds on the young leaves and stems and you'd think like okay cool they could just kill it right away but the evidence of the infestation and of the disease you can't see it for months. Oh So has already done you know you lost your crop for the season until fucking already gone through these infected trees prematurely dropped their fruit and most of it is way to better for commercial use so obviously the farmers in Florida are desperate for anything that keeps them and their fifty thousand employees statewide above what a lot of people yeah. I know it was ninety thousand like twenty years ago so it's a shrinking industry but it's still employs a significant number of people so enter spring all their groves with antibiotics yeah right yeah. That's that's the next step right this poison. Every assistanct twenty sixteen the E._p._A.. Has Allowed Florida citrus farmers to use the drugs streptomycin and oxy tetracyclene on an emergency basis but the agency is now significantly expanding their permitted use across almost three more than actually three quarters of a million acres in California Texas in other citrus producing states. You know it's bad if you gotta get permission from the government woman and they're like look. This is an emergency only kind of thing yeah well but now the emergency is every day so the agency approved the expanded <hes> used despite strenuous objections from the F._d._a. and the C._d._C. which both warned that the heavy use of anti microbial drugs in agriculture could spur the germs to mutate so they become resistant to the drugs and then threaten the lives of millions of Americans right so the the bug is rejecting rejecting the art could reject the poison yeah exactly well no and the poison is only successful or the poison. The antibiotics are only successful sort of on these groves yeah the one hundred percent one farmer interviewed in The New York Times he he described it like his before his trees had pneumonia and now they have a cold so there's been so they're still thick. They're just less though the E._p._A.. has proposed allowing as much six hundred fifty thousand pounds of structure my than to be sprayed on citrus crops each year and if you're like me you're like I don't know I like how much like so in comparison Americans annually US accused about fourteen thousand pounds of that class of antibiotics and you said it was six hundred six hundred God deal more than half a million versus fourteen thousand pounds so it's a significant difference occur okay so a temporary approval of these drugs were issued under Obama but under trump in December of the E._p._a.. gave the final approval for a much broader use of these drugs in okay. That's the but you were saying the F._D._A.. In the CD are both like don't do Joan do the government's governments telling the government yeah. This don't do this fucking terrible yeah and if you're if you're like hold on this sounds kinda familiar. You're probably thinking about restricting the anti microbial drugs in farm animals which the F._d._a. has been doing a huge. which push on since two thousand seventeen okay so since seventeen to F._D._A.? Has Banned the use of antibiotics to promote growth and farm-animals which has led to a thirty three percent drop in sales of antibiotics for livestock which is huge because eighty percent of the antibiotics in the United States are using livestock production eighty percent eighty percent dot for people for an animal. She's so this huge increase in the citrus industry of use of antibiotics kind of make sense in that these people still need to sell their anti the look. We're not going away yeah. y'All got to figure it out yeah and it just adds more fuel to this debate. Of how much are these drugs. Endangering the lives of humans by neutering the drugs germs liability okay so drug-resistant affections kill about twenty three thousand Americans each year and sick and two million according to the C._d._c. and as the germs mutate become more and more invincible to these drugs. The threat is growing and we're not creating new types of antibiotics like it's super super slow production yeah so the the U._n.. Says that drug-resistant infections could claim as many as ten million lives globally by twenty fifteen or twenty fifty. Excuse me which exceeds deaths from cancer. I feel like twenty fifty like a real earmark to be gone. Oceans fucked ten million people die from antibiotics and the food audit resistant actually can you trying to can you just not eat contaminated. Yes but it doesn't mean it's not GonNa get so antibiotics. Rate on crops can obviously directly affect the farmworkers workers or the people who directly consume the contaminated fruit but scientists are more worried that the drugs will cause the pathogenic bacteria in the soil to become resistant to compound and then that finds its way into different parts of the food system into the water table fucking water everything Jesus so and then the other fear is that these drug resistant germs will share their drug resistant mechanisms with other germs not necessarily the ones that they're treating making this whole class of germs and many studies have shown even low concentrations of antibiotics. That's slow lease even to the environment over an extended period of time can still have a significant impact in the accelerated rate of this resistant so scientists that the C._d._c. are especially concerned about the streptomycin which can remain in the soil for several weeks and is allowed currently by the E._p._a.. To be raised several times a season so right when it'd be working its way out of the toil they get it again yeah and as part of the consultation with the F._d._a. and the C._D._C. They conducted this experiment with the two drugs that are being used right now and found widespread resistance to them okay. So what the fuck should we do. y'All know and it's not like it's it's not like it's completely effective saying it's only Kinda helps the problem yeah but it's like you're not you're putting a band-aid on a bullet wound well and this citrus greening. He is moving west like it's going to infect eventually the gross in Texas California. I'm sorry we we gotta let Y'all got to chop so you know we do have to do something but this feels like another instance sense of putting current comfort ahead of long term sustainability in how this doesn't seem like like you really planning ahead of like the long term impact with this because even if we weren't concerned about this making it into people ball and causing these super resistant bugs eventually would not work on these plants anymore than anyways anyway so we need to come up with a better option and they haven't done it yet so keep your eye on that and do you want more proof that this is actually illegit problem or it gets worse okay worth doing with these new stores. I come in with like fucking story about big Dick's. You're sitting here talking about how we're going to be poisoned by twenty fifty well yeah I got. I got some news all right. Let's keep at this got news. Go Yushi is getting harder and harder to cure because shit like this. Oh yeah so for decades urinary tract infections. It's one of the world's most common ailments have been easy and quickly cured with a simple course antibiotics food podcast yeah like super easy easy peasy but there's growing evidence that the infection which afflicts millions of Americans every year is increasingly resistant to these medications and it's turning a once like super routine diagnosis into leading into tons of hospitalizations graver illnesses and prolong discomfort. Yeah it's fucked up so the New York City Department of Health became so concerned about these drug resistant U._T.. is they started going through their patient data to see how big the problem with and the department's research found that a third of all uncomplicated urinary tract infections meaning like that's the fiction yeah. It's not like they've been in the hospital on a bunch of fucking shit happened <hes> the most common type we're now resistance to now resistant to back from which is one of the most widely used drugs to treat that and at least one fifth of them were resistant to five other common treatments. The drug doc epithelium wants a mainstay for treating infections in general has all but been abandoned as the gold standard because so many strains if you T._i.'s are completely resistant to it yeah so now you know urinary tract infections are requiring heavy heavy duty intravenous antibiotics cases the sounds painful. It's crazy and a similar research was being done in Britain and one third of all U._T.. Is based on the study have been found to be resistant to quote key antibiotics so stuff it was working is being rejected. Yes again because of over prescription because it's huge presence in our food systems and because I'm so often antibiotics were being prescribed bribed in reason for reasons. You didn't eat like you don't need antibiotics if you have the flu virus so officials from the C._D._C.. <hes> said that U._T.. Is acquired by other health otherwise healthy people are growing concern. Learn and one that is super poorly studied there aren't even tracked annually and U._T._i.'s have dubious distinction. They are the single biggest risk to healthy people from drug-resistant germs because it's the most likely infection that you're gonNA get as an otherwise healthy person right. It's pretty common yeah exactly I had to U._T.. Before most women have and some of you might be like oh it's so common what's the big deal. People always go for like cranberry yeah does. Is it effective very little science backing up cranberry juice. I'm especially if you're not getting cranberry concentrated just drinking something sweet. I think most of the reason that kind of has a folklore of working is that people are drinking more so they're flushing their urinary tract so you probably hydrated and you're so you're peeing out more of the infections sometimes if you cut early that's enough by you know we desensitized to U._T.. Is <hes> because they've been so easy to care for the last several decades that we forget how fucking terrible they are. If they're left untreated the infection can make your way make its way into your kidneys <music> and then into your blood and you talk really fucking fast like there was a a Miss Universe contestant. I think at from somewhere in South America several years ago and she had an untreated you tie for just a couple of weeks which girls no happens like you kind of like you're busy. Let's go away. It's GonNa go away and she died. She fucking die. What a way to go this Miss Universe and that what Obama you really on top of the world and you get taken out by a fucking U._T._i.? It's crazy and like it can fucking kill you and so you don't realize that so we do about this yeah exactly so what are we going to do about all this drug resistant bacteria in this over prescription of antibiotics and its presence in every test. I'm like you guys need to pay attention to these news stories and try to nor pocus with the bad news in there about it and try to shop smartly and then if you need to decompress from Shitty fucking news like this what what should be doing this should be watching southside fuck. It absolutely sure was so good guys. Sometimes we after watching show for to interview and we're like Oh that was good but not read a book or whatever people promoting. I'M NOT GONNA keep watching this like I'm just gonNa Watch our many episodes. They need to watch to conduct the interview and then this is not one of in the pilot ahead of the interview. I watched it and I was like yeah. I'm GonNa Watch this show. Hello new favourite show it is so good Bashir and yellow who are interviewees <hes> coming up. They are so fucking funny group met could've talked to them for the rest of the painful for me to wrap up the interview. I wanted you know they're such a big deal and they have so many projects coming up and they're so talented that I did not want to waste there anymore of their time with are nonsense to show's coming up this month that I just wanted to keep talking to them so y'all <hes> the ground. We'll be right back with this year. We'll be back in a moment with more forked up a thug kitchen podcast mixture to stick around after this podcast to get the latest headlines from the A._P.. News minute everyone it's Nausea Mandy and Nadia Mohammed and it's time you got a relatable unapologetic view on life with the ladies like US podcast podcast. 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What's up guys kooning's so many people have tried to pronounce our names correctly and failed miserably? You nailed it. When I think I mean how would feel like such a terrible host is someone came on my show on a butcher they name like yeah podcast or not like if you came to my house and I fucked up your name like that's embarrassing for sure yeah terrible with names with every episode? We'll be sitting in the car and I'll be I'm just like see the name over and over again you got it always tell people I'm really amazing faces and terrible at name whenever I go out I gotTa have somebody with me blaming committee so that's that's Barack Obama. He's familiar Petra Father Dazzling Dad get it wrong. I were huge fans your so stuck the today things things coming on. How did y'all meet like? How did you decide the y'all gonna be writing part? <hes> oh two totally different so we've different two different answers we had we were in acapella group phone exposure we did go to we went to Harvard brothers yeah so the few like at all forms of singing Gingrich because we don't believe in stereotypes. We don't want to be pigeonhole but let's all sing soul music. I'll walk into class. Let's let's let's see how nine brothers Organic Chemistry Class Hey guys study organic chemistry bud concert on Tuesday night guys. Hey We don't forget the fun either. We've got jokes music and really our lives of say like and you guys probably some college. ACAPELLA is such a cult and then when you're in it you don't realize and then not until you but when you're not in one you like He. Can these cults trying to go to lunch man. I don't want to hear this also feel like Acapella. Change a lot since we were in college because we were there is primarily about the thing you we kinda like mainstream. Nowadays is like you might as well be on drill team like they're doing flips doing a lot of showmanship around now before you got out there. Thank you wear the same sweater and you sing in our case. He's saying geodesy and some Negro spiritual some for the ninety so in that though y'all y'all were just like amen like Yajah's had the fuck with you heavy like let's let's write something yeah I mean it was writing together came later. We were like I would say we work together. I was in college the guys who were like at the lunch table at the black table trying to like make people laugh and do jokes from really the big families and so if you come from a really big fam- you gotTa Kinda like radio voice it'd be heard or sometimes to fit and so we were just like all right. We saw that similarity but more than that we had the same comedy touch points like this guy loved the Simpsons Like I Love The Simpsons pee wee's. The biggest is bigger than brothers earlier S._N._l.. So now named ellwood believes he's wearing a suit twenty four seven. I will say yeah I have kids now and I showed them goonies. <hes> and I hadn't seen the good news in a very long time a whole well. I think it really does they thought it was funny but more importantly Jeff Coen's character chunk like I didn't realize how much a defect he had on what what I thought was funny as it might be Jedi Longley. I thought that was all just like you deliver Joe. I thought we have movies like flight. Navigators the explorers there was always movies in the eighties and I know straighten do things winds into this where you put really kids in sort of life or death terrible situations. Do they still outside of strange things. My question is do kids and you have kids but they still do that now. They have movies what kids like in trouble and they got us all dead body. God No gunplay yeah. I had an Houston like my friends and I want to go to the by. You always some wild shit happening down. I know I I haven't seen it if it is I feel like nowadays kids. Movies are very safe the various when I tried to show them I wasn't surprised in a negative way by the goonies but then they were goonies went over so big that I tried to show my kids adventures and babies also remember like Levy as a kid lines. Were like you know don't fuck with the the babysitter. Don't like don't folk with the MIC like there's so many echelon like random black parts of town. It goes part ironically like all the there's actually a major plot device that surrounds a playboy magazine. Zine and my kids are like what's playboy and I'm like. I'm just a terrible period but there's also been a sliding scale on. What gives you a P._G.? Thirteen there's no way that movie would have gotten a P._G.. Thirteen all full frontal nudity all the eighties comedy absolutely ca unfortunately so before we wrote books I was a P._A.. And I worked at one two different studios and one of the studio work for I had this massive file and all all it was was M._p._A._A.. Cases where they green lit something they said to f words and the P._G.. Thirteen movie like Teddy popped out something like you know what I mean like and that's so every time that it will get rejected. Part of my job was making a case for for my boss so she could go back to the CIA Titi Rolodex movies from like the seventies eighties nineties shit just got in under the radar yeah. We always say like seventies movies also when I watch them now. I'm like them. Shits look real you wash a deer hunting. Somebody Delivery Company to kill. It wasn't like Internet where you can let go to the actors page and be like Oh here. He is with his wife and can't Gawk go. I know you watch the muggy movie. You're like I have gotten safer like even if you watch like we all know this but the stuff in the twenties before the code also GonNa do a Gang Bang in the movie and they have some full frontal nudity early cheers cheers just around the girls walking around your like this was in twenty push far in again fatty arbuckle era they. Nobody's nobody's doing the research. It seems like he might have been well not only was acquitted but like it might not have been true at all. Oh absolutely there was no that doesn't happen. Got Him. I would do a sketch code. One thousand nine hundred Hashtag cancelled fatty so we just watch the first episode of Southside. It's and this week it's fucking hilarious and the writing is so dense on the show that I feel like Ev. There's a joke happening all of the time that right when we were done wanted to start again that was laughing over yeah we we were rounded a few times. You're writing process like for the show. Oh man you know I think that one thing I'll say about it. Is that a writing processes based on experience. y'All come from big families. You know just reference somebody audio thinking I would say if you watch them his interviews like he would write apart for himself like the original men on film was going to be him and Damon and that he gave it to without in Grand David crushes. That's your part is not mine. You know I think the more you do this. The more you learn to give space and I think one thing about our Ryan. I'm proud about is that we give a lot of space. We both have very very hard on the funny but at the end of the day if somebody's doing something great we sat back you know our goal is like let's give this actor a really great you know skeleton right. Let's give them like you know Harrison Florida in Ah Star Wars where it's like. I love you instead of saying I love you back. He goes I know and he tells Lucas like man. That's what my guy would say and so when you have people who are good enough to own their characters like that you know we got lucky and we were able to let a lot of our actors. Take a we had done and really fly I with but also at the end of the day look funniest joke wins you know Chicago is not a city that this is going to south side. I'm from their born and raised on the south side. When I see what I see on the news about my city it's really heartbreaking and I go you know that's of Israel but it's also dislike one one bad day and the whole week was amazing and all this great stuff happening and nobody talked about our shows? I look there's a lot of wonderful stuff happening here and I think the way we support that is by showcasing just how funny the south side is and so for us. It's like I don't care how good is seen is. If it's not not funny we were like put it back in and by the way there are many scenes that you are not gonna see there were in the scratch because they they they were written to within an inch of the amount of time that you can write a script right and then at some point it'd be like it's a really funny scene even some kids we actually shot the scene and it was just like you know what we can't just. We can't spend five minutes in the same because we gotta get all this other stuff so we come from a very very sort of almost old school philosophy of that like a lot of what is on T._v.. Nowadays and like getting nominated for Emmy's in in the comedy category is not really funny like People Watch it might make you feel intelligent or my make you feel like I never knew that about that industry or that that that neighborhood but it doesn't make you laugh out loud and one of the goals of this show was to have a show that would make you laugh out loud than it would be hard funny and and so I feel like we always feel like I'm aiming. I have this thing that I said he doesn't even necessarily fully agree but I always say Simpson's three three as far as I'm concerned Okay Simpson. That's the advice I liked it as divisive but as far as I'm concerned the simpsons season three three didn't do one bad episode. That's where a lot of times even now dislikes. I'm on read it all the time. If you see references to Simpson stuff it usually comes from that era and so I always feel like we're constantly aiming for that because always remember like when the Simpsons I came on. It was the Bar Simpson show it was like that's the show with the t shirts. Were kids. Get in trouble in real schools. You know that's the problem season two of the show that at least so heavily into Bart slowly they realize well great for Damn homer might be the funniest character on the show but then they opened it up and go with MOE is funny and she wiggins funny and Patty and some of the ascendancy of showed more of the universe Conan on the writer staff a lot of people Ed Cohen. We actually met Oakland Weinstein we I moved out to L._A.. We were like we loved you guys with the SIMS. Those are the to show runners and they were like we honestly don't remember who pitched what Joe at them just in this beautiful rhythm where it was just like the best stuff was winning and you know for us. We want that by the way to go back to your original question. I think that's one of the good nice things about side. Is that some of the jokes that you love. We don't remember who necessarily wrote it. Some of the jokes you love weren't written some of it was Improv. You know like like we we come neither from the Appetite School of less shoot twenty hours and then edited down or the you can't afford comedies. No that's key. There's also there's also like the Wes Anderson School where like you use just gesture the line in the script and I feel like we're neither of those things like with. We really liked the joke. We will try to get the actor to say if we the actors doing it better than the script and we run with that. It's really just case by case. Put it in their own words. I mean so tom does that. The most Bancaire to my brother plays <hes> Simon so much of what he says like interpreted into his own way and it's like so unique is really Chicago really south side and it's like nice to watch that vibe and that sound like when you hear from the Bay for the first time where you're from and you go by helicopter the hell out where Pella and but it's like you hear it and it just gets into a five in a rhythm article. I get you forty like what you were saying about Chicago. I feel like television. Television movies always look at Chicago to one dimensional leaders of violence in like in pot especially this outside the north side of Chicago is hysterical right movie the John Hughes breakfast ill Murray and a cubs game. Marino blues brother's Eric Gal second city is hysterical is just when you get to the south side all of a sudden things have to get grim and I'm like well. That's not really historically true. This outside is hysterical. Bernie Mac we got robin hairs. We got sherri shepherd funny as people and that's borne out by what you see on the show. Most of the people you see on there are from Chicago from the South side and many of them are not even acting funny people who were like put him in front of the camera. We'll give them some loose parameters. Watch them shine. I I wonder if you think that kind of helped because the pilot feels so lived thin in a way that most pilots don't like it felt like you were already in the rhythm of the show and all the characters seemed fully realized that everything was really fleshed out in a way in the pilot. You're usually like they don't know what the fuck they're doing. I'd like to think two two people to entities say one is Michael Blyden Reiner. We met him at Fallon. He directed a lot of the early fallon stuff. We became friends with them and we were like you know at some point. We're GONNA work on a show together. I think one other decision that we made hey that speaks to what you're talking about is the fact that because these are actors from the South side because you haven't seen them on a Netflix show on H._B._O.. Ship you don't really know what to expect from them other than I'm watching this person I'm believing that they are their character. You know what I mean and so it's not a bunch of famous faces. No these brand new people they all rose to the occasion before we shot our pilot when we got the first pilot script deal from comedy central we do both of our shows the had much more success in showing rather than I would actually encourage people who listened this where young content creators really good to make stuff I for yourself before you take it out because then you can the parameters of it so we took you know thanks to my wife. She was you guys should go through the scissors we went out with the CICERO shot her Michael Blind and the album myself the twins were in the show brothers will time the bunch of other people. We all went to Chicago with very little money and we'd sitcoms give us a little bit of money to figure this out before we get to the phase. We gotta really commit lots of money to make a pilot so the reason that felt complete is we had figured all that stuff out with very little money made a scissor also then we showed that them and it also became a bit of an audition tape for charger for Karima Quincy forceful time for the neighborhood for Aaron for all these people and then the never was able to see it just if if we just turned into a script unless that's great went to pilot then you start the process of casting pilot and and I guarantee if we then gone to say hey we really think you know Beshir's brothers should play the star of the show and that his childhood friend should be you know the CO stars like we're. I'm sure we would have hit way more resistant than us just shooting proof of concept yeah. I think the more you do it yourself. I was even I was doing this movie recently guys on Yes it was it was actually the the reason I bring that up is because Joe Kaczynski. The director of Topgun told me that when I told him our story for south side he did the same for Tron he actually made a proof of concept with his own money took it to Disney and then Disney was like Oh this works and then they showed it a kamikaze deaf punk doc then because they did all the music for that one knows all <hes>. Let's let's talk about how serve showcase. He's the two. Let's talk but even if you look at other showcases. If you look at USA ray she was doing awkward. Black girl before Donald Glover was doing <hes>. Would you love their comedy when he was N._Y._U.. Doing those sketches boys like people are really figuring their own stuff out before they went to networks and sometimes that's really helped. Do you think that in the age of the Internet and like especially like with Youtube p people can put something on Youtube can be like fifteen minute rant. You know you'll get two million views like how do you kinda compete with that. When you're developing show you know you hiring writers you go on the watching the idea that we could really compete with that? We have to disabuse ourselves that I mean I wouldn't even say every night at Fallon. There was like the sense of like we gotta go viral category right. Would you can't define reality. Sometimes it's Jimmy and justin singing sometimes sitting on the toilet into a camera and everybody's like this is the funny thing you gotta see this right now or you know this is a person slipping into award. You can't really game plan that all you can do is they like what do we do well. We know that we do well with comedy. That actually takes a lot of time. You know it's like it's not always the quick stop but we're gonNA put together his experience. My experience blinds experience put all that into a pot hot and be super super hard on it and that's arlene and so for us. We like the secret sauce for just do what we do well because if if you're trying to beat the Internet you're not gonNA beat the Internet. I I'll be fascinating them. Yeah cat come in I can't I'm actually actually wonder whatever happened to that woman. Who's GonNa tell you what we should? I hate to say I love the foul those early I mean that was a bad as totally video came out became Bro. When did you shoot this? I love that guy. He's got a special Anthony Funny people the working on a show like that because when newsbreaks twitter has all the jokes like so then you have to go to camera that night or the next day and you have to Whoa obviously twitter Peterson Shit sometimes you can't do. I idea thing fallon is is always the right. You're I mean. It's going to beat you to it. They're going to be eight hundred people tweeting weeding out the same response so in a weird way it makes you up your game. There's a reason the first idea first ideas you know. I think the competition makes you sharper but she knows like it does but you just I think always tell people like you know some advice I got when I was starting to my career. <hes> from this playwright she was like circles rise together and she was basically saying like she invested in her friendships and those are the people in those that are relationships that have sustained when you look at people like George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola and <hes> Steven Spielberg these are boys. They were all broke ass filmmakers in southern California. They invested in each other. They showed each other. There were and I still think to this day that that works even if you need a lot of T._v.. Shows you will watch. Sometimes you're looking at. Somebody's like good France from five ten years ago who came Komo. I just watched communities and cars getting coffee and Seinfeld episode Mario Joyner like one of the few people he's actually been like really close friends for like thirty forty years so again. I always tell people like this. Look around you see who's s talented but also who's really hungry because as if they're really hungry and talented mess away and this should be your peers so that you guys can push each other up yeah exactly at rising tides carry all boats like don't don't use that expression all the time and I've never seen it happened in the real world. I've never seen a rising tide. I got to visit Panama left behind my talented vote in the university. y'All y'all painting in South side widen. I love how y'all sort of angered everything around rent own so like when I like my first real dolt purchase. I think it was like seventeen. My Dad's like you want something. You've got paid for the car. You gotta go get a Shitty used car. You know like so oh my I like Real Dole. Purchase was going South side at Houston. I went to rent to center and I got a T._v.. But it wasn't even like flat screens weren't thing yet like are they. Were mad expensive so I got this a huge C._R._T.. You know what I'm talking about. The thing was in any bigger than my fucking computer is right here like ten times and it was like ten to twenty dollars a month something like that. I I think I think by the time it was probably pay seventeen hundred dollars. I really loved that angle the and just the pricing just every time you hit a price point on the on the show I was you can get out the twin quincy who plays <hes> the boss of the score he worked renison or for like ten or fifteen years. That's actually one of the reasons we developed the show because tiles gotta hear stories when he goes wow stories. He really didn't have all these crazy stories but what we realized it was like we WanNa do something blue collar. I was always a huge fan of trailer parkway. Mike Latimer when I watched that show I've never seen regular people be that funny and I'm like these are the funniest people he knows personally person that show I think Jim Lahey was professional actor boys so I was like Oh we can definitely do something where we have regular folk but quincy educated us and the best part about it was we realize this rent own store type of place allows you go all over the city Chicago and again we we really WANNA turn Chicago into Springfield from the simpsons where you can meet all these wonderful characters and then the rent owned his head as easy authentic grounded vehicle to be like today. We're on fifty fifth in Essex Tomorrow. We're GONNA be on seventy second conscious. Wherever it is is it just we could have stories that took place all over the entire city and we were like that's perfect? Do you remember when we lived together. We live together for a little bit and we do moving out of business. Partner moving out was well. We weren't even business by really we were just friends from school but I just remember that somebody at thrown out a big plasma TV with like we go get it. Forty inches was like a huge T._v.. Right it was like I was like we gotta get this T._v.. I think it works PLA- for those who uh-huh too young to remember plasma TV's as opposed to occurring flat screens they were so heavy like they were so it took us about a day to get that up to our second floor apartment like just like taking breaks up the stairs and then I just remember we got it up there and it worked sometimes sometimes sometimes it would come on another just be a purple. Oh No one in the corner threw it out but when it worked it was great we used to live. I mean we had so many terrible days. We used to across the street from this seven seven eleven. I wish growing up. We've seen like convenience. It seems like say what I had. I had many of those nitrate field hotdogs for breakfast and lunch entity all one day. It was like you gotTa stop eating. I can't you're GONNA die taught him. Steph dogs death dogs ziplock bags and our pockets and we would stand there and steal the nacho cheese hilarious and yet I spent a night in general guys doing another another another bet. We saw some horrible if you WANNA see America if you WANNA see civilization seven eleven anytime between two six A._M.. To See some Shit Thunderdome yes thunderdome with lush it it really is airheads still wept and you're like what the also clearly having no loitering sign yet. Everybody Floyd that guy who thinks shaky visit our apartment my house. He's clearly talking to go. I should is haunted caused it. How's it going? You can't tell me that's great our land. Lady who lived below US was like boy. Hey Buddy. She's a retired so tired yeah. We need to read a visit a past that building remember the guys live down the hallway who came to the door. This past filled the guy who drank too much guidry days. He draped daydream. Hey drink. Thank God knows the Black Guy. Oh Oh he's a monster gave he came to say hey guys wanNA drink with me down ball like curtis drink with you. Three P._M.. I know the Harvey. Why am I put in my life? I should've never gone into the arts anybody name on a Tuesday with you. I love writing the show about like a blue collar work because I've oh I've never I've never worked in an office. I've only ever worked retail and jobs like that and so when you guys panned over to the board of the delete quick cuts the F._B._i.. And it's in the break room <music> cracks me up just the that prop every job you have in any kind of retail situation you have that board don't with the surveillance photo clearly like he's like looking behind like that footage a big foot they've done on him like thinking across the street with a photo xbox for two years so eh I will say director the art department the playoffs like everybody who in a lot of local Chicago crew. They all brought their game on the show so shout out to them. I mean I think one thing you've seen that saying that. We really there's so much fun. You get to make something that you really love just every day. Every you know you guys. I'm sure you do this to like. I'll get a text message or send text message to him in the middle of I don't wait. Oh my God do this guy do this idea exactly and I it's one of those things where it's it's not what you think where it's like. This is the idea time it's like they just come when they come and when they come you gotta be quiet whoever they come from. Sometimes there'd be people on the street and walked up to like hey man. He should have this this that and like you know sometimes we would if that person was funny enough we throw them in front of the camera driving episode three this guy who's an actual best driver but actually there was this one joke on that bus that's hilarious that was pitched us by the prop department just just remember Gena. She killed his we don't care about what good ideas now long paid as long as they're not copyrighted product though because then it's just like you're concerned about the project not about you know yourself in particular and that's why it's so fucking unfunny densely joke joke after jokes are going to watch it over and wanted to feel different and I think you know look we again. This is like somebody. The people always say your first album is like fifteen years worth of material right so like that's what you're kind of getting in that when you make the pilot you go. This might be the only thing we ever get to make much discussion. You make the first season we might never get another season. Let's make throw everything in here and I think that's what you're yeah because I was gonna say like our other. Show got a lot of ideas that we've been also working on for even more so than south. I probably in subway talk about Sherman showcase. Let's do that some yeah that had come back because like variety shows. I feel like people like they were a huge. It had a moment and then they kind of went away now like it's all fictitious. It's like show US surprise newsflash. We're nerds we will literally. We spend the better shock I talk about. Oh my God Harvard Acapella Away Acapella did not make us cool definitely once once you could buy D._V._D.. Of every TV show that ever existed for some reason we went on a binge of like bird sugarman tonight special the Dean Martin rose. We're just like we need to do some stuff like this around two thousand eight like we hadn't even done anything in T._v.. At like we wrote a pilot didn't go anywhere on T._v.. Midnight midnight hour it was it's supposed to be in the place of a a late night. Show and LO and behold we ended up Jimmy Fallon so we actually spent four years working at a late night show and so we actually learned everything that goes into it and all that stuff <hes> you know we were on we were on Jimmy Fallon frequently singing with the roots and doing all this musical sketch comedy so fast word a couple of years later when we finally saw an episode of documentary now when <hes> they were talking about stop making sense by the talking. I was like dude thinking a half an hour to just make light of stomach. He says let's bring them black music. Let's bring them last forty years of black music they bought it within thirty seconds at that point it was really just a matter of us taking their creative trust and making the most adamant and I'm trying to separate it from everything else so I think that's something you know Sherman showcase. It's really not it doesn't why should we love Chapelle out. It's not like a it's not Schiller. Any of that. Stuff is really like this weird thing that sort of lives a little bit in the old music shows I would also lives a lot on just like crazy fun moments that we just let kind of like go mister show Bob and David this great student of all this stuff yeah where they don't really in sketch. The minute is not funny anymore. They cut to the next hour. Tim and Eric like Chance Institute and I'll just be very black. Creators like I feel like you really get a chance to just do some weird stuff. You know what I mean like. Usually people like speak your truth in like here. It's like okay our truth is you know send ups of movies and T._v.. Like we don't really want Chubby as bizarre and I love the Time magazine called the show elusive like I was like Oh. I'm actually very cool with that because I truly do see it as like a almost like a weird art project and I don't want to stress the weird too much but I do want to say that like we had a lot of creative freedom. Take the show wherever we thought it could even in terms of formats. Some episodes are basically. They look like a documentary others. Look like an infomercial <hes> a few of them actually are just one episode of the show in the history of the show just to give a little bit of backstory the idea idea behind Sherman showcases that there was a show kind of like sold trainer solid go there was on the air for about fifty years and we're giving you bits and pieces of that show it's wildest moments over the course of the ears so you play the announcer the host Idaho Sherman yeah. The announcer answered that we really like leaned into this. I you know I love the Andrea show. I love how unhinged he's also a buddy and I definitely think that with our show just as there's no fun in doing something that somebody else's done. How are we tweaking and how are are we evolving it a little bit more so for me with that character especially I was like I just want this guy to be completely unhinged? He has no moral fiber whatsoever. He'll sell anything he will throw anybody into the bus. It's all for his person. It's almost like monty burns from this is good for me then it must be good and and it's always fun to play something like that because again with the writer when we can do whatever you want to do and you know we'll follow but it also gives us a platform for original music you know John Legend was buddy of ours and he came on executive producer habits up and up a world where which we you could bring all these people to produce songs that we felt like we're not like you know and I love weird out but they're not like weird. AL songs like they're more in line with the lonely island. They're supposed to be actually like songs you can hear in the club but like they're not like silly. They like legitimate amid songs but like the most unhinged version of the person. I heard lazy Sunday. I was like this kind of goes hard. You kinda like crazy this really go hard recently by the way underrated pop star and by the way yeah I gotTa tell this turbo quick we went to my wife and I went to go see Popstar went to the epic over here in Westwood. We WanNa be specific is here's why we go inside their six people in the theater. I'm like Oh man. This movie's GonNa Flop. We laugh however asses off the lights. Come up to the other people in the theater were actually in the movie so they're only two people there and no interest is that I feel like that that movie and that type of humor doesn't get enough play. It's not it necessarily exactly analogous to chairman showcase but I think that people who like Popstar and some of the some of the weirdest that they've done on H._B._O.. Toured France Movie Smash Brothers Smash Brothers. Absolutely I feel like if you like that kind kinda stuff faster to totally very funny. My father basically raised me my early T._V.. Going experience was watching the history channel back when it was all World War Two and Hitler documentaries actual history three big where they were. They read the garage. What does that stores wars? Yeah the wildest programming Pawn Stars is definitely on. They just ran out of Hitler's Hiller Generation is dead. We've got to speak you some New People. It's gotTa let a cycle all things. Hollywood is three years and you can bring about we have original songs. We have guest stars out the Wazoo because you know as opposed the like South side what we're striving for authenticity on Sherman showcase. We're actually going for the oldest form of entertainment. There is which is a song and dance so we got everybody from victim. Instead of Quincy Jones Tiffany haddish too little rail like everybody I remember one time I was like posting on social media like overshooting so today and then somebody else they'd be up like you know in Glendale. Can I come by like is it was just like invite through the family. Let's have a lot of fun I feel like with south side. I feel I we're kind of always aiming those seasons of the Simpsons I think Sherman showcase it more unique but I often thought were aiming for those early days of S._N._l.. Lauren was like our we're going to have our brooks come on and they were going to have this guy named Jim. Hinson do some puppet thing and then the guy who plays rerun. What's happening is GONNA come? Show was all had a pop lot but it was cool because it was almost like all the cool shit that was happening in Manhattan and the after our spots in the club Jonah Dan ackroyd and Belushi they were going up in bars and shit in Manhattan and Chicago so again. It was almost like letting the streets inform what happened happened. It was a chaos to feel like so lost nowadays and television everything you don't feel that craziness in chaos and laugh tracks bug me gamble with stuff and then for it to become so iconic you forget how awkward like the first I versus watching now not all that stuff scores by the way pill megawatts the first thing chapelle show like it's not it's not season two Chapelle show I think sued certain extent it takes time to learn how to do the show or even just the Ad Campaign for the show was confusing against the first season when he was like on the glass above the camera and like really what am I what is the show going to be like stand yeah so to the things that you think immediately where these huge hits like they were weird time to figure it out but Sherman showcase just looks like a ton of fucking fine in your press photos with everybody jumping and we got one take over there. Actually three there are three times. They told us to jump but they use the first one because that's when the people got the highest went on like Kinda WanNa stop doing okay fine they. I think they perfectly perfectly hit. All the notes of you. Guys are just like that classic field but also that that it's tweaked in this way you're like hold on what the fucker they'd renewed music up until the current day like I don't WanNa give anything away but there's like one song. This clearly like trap R. and B. Mid like I. The reason I can't talk about is because it has a twist I and it's kind of giving away. If you know the real title of it but I think that whether you like like James Brown or prince or you like migos and whoever do low nauseous like whatever you're into <hes> musically if you like music like I think there's something in all this stuff that plays on multiple levels else too so like if you like comedy. You'RE GONNA love southside if you're from Chicago comedy. You're going to get like a lot more out of it. I think same thing with Sherman showcase like if you like comedy you're GonNa Love Sherman's. If you're a music ner in this city is full of using nerves and deejays. We lived in new arc L. A. Chicago these are hubs of places that have people just sit around coffee and talk about music all day long. I'm really excited along with the regular fans for the music nurses and the D._J.'s we have so many D._J.. Friends in light blonde jokes that if you really know about the early early we have a whole episode dedicated to the white music that black people like the way one episode crate shortest probably not a deep bench the how are you guys because you know southlake comes out this week and Sherman showcase comes up at the end of the month so one cup southside this Wednesday at ten thirty German showcase next Wednesday. Ah Ten which is weird that you have yeah look we always say like <hes> maybe Dick Wolfer Shonda rhimes those what it's like to two shows on one night we are peers are best friend. Yeah the people who get our day one's aw hey how's it going miss rhymes like those people talking about they sound impoverished. We couldn't a plant we never would've purposefully planned to have two shows. Come out in the same year that was unexpected but T._v.. Development works every network is on its own schedule and I'm sorry you're not in charge of this. They're going to do it when they want to do it. So it mentioned one hell of a summer great on uh single parents you tomorrow. What do you want to restore fucking funny Negra to work in one of my heroes mckinney from your kids in every time they tell me more stories is on that show fucking yeah dude like straight up he can do? We always talk about Marlin when he came and did because Marlin came into Sherman show twelve minute take and then afterwards were like do you remember any of these mini of that mark mckinney the same way he will do these as long takes hilarious. How are you going to edit it? Yeah Yeah I mean like training on Netflix season two on Netflix <hes> what are the best experiences of my life hands down and I think that like you know marlins one of you know when people say like Oh you know who's who's cool in Hollywood because you don't WanNa talk about who's not you know like you could. I'll put it like this. He's the one person who I will literally just like hit up like hey you wanna go to the dime on Fairfax. Just be like yeah. I'm there. You know what I mean like. He's just a coup last yeah yeah well. Congratulations guys on all your y'all giving the people too much for giving it away right away. You gotta you gotTa pace it to be mad aloof. Okay the letter yeah congratulations on everything that the shows fucking hilarious everybody should go watch south side so the night yeah so when this is it will have been last night week too because you know we want those <hes> those numbers to stay fucking way. They're not lose a fan. You'RE NOT GONNA do not GonNa do it because it's like. I said it's so lived in it so realize that you are you already like okay. I'm hawked what's next. I was mad that we he couldn't just stream it. All put episode one on Youtube which so for those of you who missed it last night you to go check it out the youtube I said on Youtube but then I had a brain fart because I smoked too much it was funny. How memory hey you go like I don't know what I'm GONNA say no? I've got so bad from smoking. Is We'd like my actual doctor. Therapists both like you can keep up. Maybe do it in another edibles it so I've gotten away from edibles now. I'll take another board and I forget about it. Go about my day. Do all my shit later that afternoon like Oh man. I'm having the best fucking folding this laundry the last week and I'd say we we had our apartment. I'll never forget because I I am. I'm still a we'd novice but I'll never forget him and we put on the roots and we'd ever new years later. We would work with the rich but like you know like we were listening that song. Do they say nothing new. Let the new the new you say another dude. I was like oh I get it because they've been saying nothing new for several hours now. They're not saying anything new. They just repeating themselves. It was a moment it was a moment also we listened to we make the mundane profound so this is next level. If you do blaze you should definitely watch both our shows plays. 'cause you actually catch a lot more jokes than those who with the really hard to put jokes in the background southside look at the the background than South side. Sometimes we definitely have the money back. They're acting the full too so yeah. I know what I'm doing tonight. The thank you thank you every car comes with sheriff stories that Ding in your bumper when you attempted to parallel park somewhere in Hollywood and then drove off because you had no money to pay for the dent on the other person's car or are you know that time use spilt an entire coffee into the air conditioning system of your car so your whole car smells like hazelnuts now. This seems very specific. I don't know what you're talking. I don't none of that on the copy well Matt while you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar you can least find out what your car is worth when it's time to sell it or traded in just go to truecar enter your license plate and watch your your cards details pop up then just answer a few questions. Does your have navigation a moon roof at your drink. 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Whatever and it's it's good to if you're fruit is like a little too soft to eat. If you're just like oh fuck those perfect for coffee. I waited too long. It's perfect for the cocktail one of the girl girl on instagram. I'm she posted it and she left the fruit chunks in. It looked really fucking night. That's what i do. Oh you know what you should do is after you. Use them for the drink as you should freeze them and then use them as cubes boom. Oh my god are you where it's not. It's almost like i do this for a living <hes>. I'm going to go back and change on the site so yeah you also got the stone fruits smash cocktail that we have we use plums. You can use any stone fruit that you like and matt what is for people all who are like a stone fruit is any truth in essentially like a heart pitt. Yes the peaches think cots plums flu cots any of that that shit cocktail technically cherries. They're all part of the droop. Family call troops to technically avocado no come with the avocado cocktail at this point own girls and guys. We'll do it uh-huh. We'll pick up that task. Words doesn't knowing instagram post like everybody's been asking. Nobody's asked you gotta <hes> avocado cocktail glow sounds fucking gnarly not interested and mix it with like a really unpopular taylor alcohol yelich brandy brandy disgusting. I will not this is not up for debate and not fucking death and you're adding into like some kind of wintry spiced something there's a time and place or brandy and it is a very short window around the holidays. Uh our brand new so that's that's our housekeeping great. Oh we just did that bread making in class. I guess i guess yes oh every now and then we like to sign up for randall classes all over l._a. Pretzel bagel class <hes> <hes> because you were trying to figure out if it's worth putting it in the fourth book agronaut right now. I'm just trying to see if this class had quicker hot tips the the need. If maybe i can kind of streamline the pretzel bite recipe. I wanted to collude in the new book. I don't think it's gonna also this they were they tasted very good <hes> but for like two bucks. I'll probably keep going yeah but to wake up in the morning and do that fu yeah but it would be nice if you're having like a fancy brunch with like a bunch of total over something like that but that was joe. It's always fun to learn new things vera grownup and you're in a city and you don't have a lot of friends fucking sign for some class says most of them are incredibly affordable. Yeah and you're in a weird your thing and do something that you don't like. <hes> i mean take another classes. I'm taking yoga class yar area and i've taken recently a bunch of photography classes because i want the fourth book to have a very specific style. Some people have even commented into the art directions change because we're just trying to sharpen our own skills guys. We're not going to ask you to buy the same boat four times yeah yeah despite stewart despite our our higher education aircraft the the price point has not changed. It's not gonna change. That's the best thing about us. We keep getting better in our book. Stay the same for for creepy yeah. I think that's all we got fucking. Let's get into food history. It is now time for this week food history. This unserious goal made to this week in nineteen seventy-one restaurant who are and food activist activists. Alice waters open shape honey in berkeley california. Are you familiar with this restaurant. Cheese police cheesiness the focus of names. What was it i was a in venice with brian in brad because and brian and and the flower shop at the corner of like lincoln in washington and he he was like what is that. It's like a motorcycle shop in like a coffee shaw house. I know you're talking about does ex machina the car he was like say that one more time read that back on cheese police got while it is probably the most famous restaurant in the bay area. I'm maybe california and and eight is helmed by alice waters said and ms waters has been a champion of local sustainable agriculture for over four decades. She is the o._g. Farm-to-table table cook with what you find do all this. She did an internship in college in <hes> france and she lived at the end of market street and she saw how people were cooking there and living there you know bite stuff at the market cooking it fresh not you know doing frozen and refrigerated stuff like we were doing particularly in the late sixties early seventies when she opened this restaurant ios and sit around the time that she was seventy one okay yeah in one thousand nine hundred she founded the edible schoolyard project which advocates for free school lunches it just for all children and a sustainable food curriculum in every public school and ask somebody who went to public school in the bay area. She needs to keep working on it. Eh i appreciate her eye. Krispy kreme donut bush one time. I'm john donut. Out of a bush down wasn't where i was wasn't wet. That's your justification for me like it was cool about this booking donut bush house another in the first ever had a girl had drank only like a fourth of it and then she put it in the garbage can in the classroom scooped it up yeah. They never had one i couldn't afford it goes it back to alice. If you like a who gives a shit about this one restaurant in the bay area like could ship from farms bringing it to rich people and merkley well apparently obama does because in two thousand fifteen she was awarded the national humanities medal by president obama proving that eating is a political act like like we've been saying and that the table is a powerful means for social justice in positive change. Alice is also the author of sixteen bucks many of them cookbooks which we own like the art of simple food wanted to the edible schoolyard the article vegetables and she also has a critically acclaimed memoir are coming to my senses the making of a counterculture cook so guys. Go go still open yeah it is she's police. She's been east. It's still opens. They have like a how you save for shape any and you can go to zomba's mysolar heloc a cafe that you can go to and you don't need reservations much for casual but to get reservation shape any the only take reservations like thirty days out a word of it gets. It's like i grew up in the vera lived in barry of a whole life and is what's expensive number one and i only know one person who's ever eaten there. It's hard to get into so anyway. I was watching the games and the game yeah. We appreciate you. <hes> it's <hes> you know i know the dow was like in the seventies but it's good to see people doing food at a very local level because now everything feels very corporate in the mass produced and it is it is and it's causing problems. Oh yeah which leads me to this week's total recall vegetables onto the planet. Get ready last week. Tyson issued is four three call of the year due to non-food material found in its chicken l'amour dildos just almost forty thousand pounds of frozen breaded chicken patties are being being recalled and while they're not saying within the chicken statement simply says extremists materials. Maybe it's this time yeah i really somebody needs to do a documentary sorry about how does she keeps happening like what the the word choices and what they're actually covering up. I'm sure that they have some sort of like whiteboard like like what. What did you find okay. These are the verbiage for the release now. You might be thinking y'all have done this. Recall recently are this is a repeat episode showed. Maybe the their offer some vacation reruns you would be half right because we covered tyson's last recall in june so if this sounds familiar they recall the one hundred ninety. It's fucking up on the fucking up every few months they recalled over one hundred ninety thousand pounds of chicken for hard plastics stakes found in chicken fritters. There were going to school lunches sparked kitty clamps last the anti thousand eighteen tyson had one food recall due to foreign objects in their chicken. This year tyson has had a total of four calls and we are only in august with plenty of year left for additional recalls. Somebody put their kid in charge of action and tyler is not doing his work for at like four this year or any of this use. It is fucking august i hate to i hate to be fucking bomber <unk> any time. This happens and you see like tens. Tens of thousands of of animal meat is being required. Think like what a fucking waste like not only is that all bunch of dead animals that didn't need to die they'd she didn't need to be created to be harvested to die but all the resources the winning to raising those animals water the food electric city the trucks that transport and like all that fucking waste yeah no. You're absolutely right and what are they. I didn't even know what they do with this meat when it's recall to the aren't do they a pet food. They sell it to other markets do they do they. Just take it right back and they just give it to the the livestock doesn't been slaughtered yet and they're just this cannibalism gone john. I mean that would not surprise you. Listen all. I'll do the dishwasher whether they do. They're not gonna fucking corporate proper lose a dollar and they're liars sue so who knows yeah that's right speaking of lying animal welfare ratings are probably probably bullshit anyways so we've discussed animal welfare ratings four on here and most grocery stores and even some restaurants of adopted a scale of slaughter water informing consumers like how well they're animal lived. There's a whole portland. Yes dench chicken. Did you have any from the bit carries on so they want to picture of his grandparents can go to the form yeah uh-huh mostly a marketing ploy to make consumers feel less guilt when buying animal based products like why does it matter if the animal was happy or not happy descriptions themselves super bleak like phrases like animal focused. No physical alterations like i know you've heard about dogs aided <hes> not hybrid animals. No we're not doing the three wing chickens like our competitors but that just feels like corporate speak for caged because they don't want to say neither will the end they they breed some chickens without a beak because since their mobile packet each other and then they get these stores giving more antibiotics or their bread so that their breasts are so large that they can't walk guide. That's what they mean. I mean not to be gross but does what y'all barring yeah so companies do the best is to make you feel good about buying their product and you know while they're allowed to have some liberties with the language they've taken a little bit farther so this week the animal legal legal defense fund filed a lawsuit against tillamook county creamery which it always sounds very idyllic and all their art works very idyllic <hes> but the suit specifically demands that the companies companies stop advertising tillamook cheese ice cream butter and or any other dairy brace products stop saying that they come from freely grazing cows on pastures on the lush oregon coast yeah. That's like their whole. Marketing is like we just let these cows kind of eat the grass on the oregon coast yeah yeah when they i feel like we don't bother them. They walk into the barn and we walk right over that bucket and then we yeah and we're like okay. We we sell to you the consumer sumer telling me that's bullshit yeah. If you can imagine i would think accessible company that starts in groceries all over the united does a lotta it products. I feel like slow down production. Yeah sure would so the animal legal defense fund claims tillamook is engaging in deceptive marketing since most of their products are <unk> produced from cows on the opposite side of the state. I one of their facilities in boardman oregon it houses thirty two dairy cows and seventy thousand cattle so like like okay. How how big is that well number one. That's over one hundred thousand head of cattle and it's big enough to stake claim as the nation's largest industrial dairy factory farm. Yes that's a lot of fucking cowards. We had a friend who had a ranch down the road from us in texas and they had a little over one hundred head of cattle in the salah are thought god to manage that many livestock so they have and that's just one of their farms and the suit claims that these livestock conditions are comprised of concrete creep barron dirt feed locks and robotic carousels that milk the continuously confined animals and if you're like okay maybe this is just one of their facilities you. They can't all be on the coast. It's beautiful yeah well. That's not true more than two thirds of their dairies made in this manner so fill ulli in lyon. You're paying extra and what's worse is that this shows you know better. Yeah see that's almost that what is worse because we're selling you the image what you what you feel comfortable with us consumer with like your product to come from but most of our product comes from the facility that you don't want it to come from in the conditions that you would not support yeah so 'til knock like so many companies does marketing a product that is actually the complete opposite of how they operate their business in and they show consumers these free roaming cows naturally grazing on this beautiful coast and while that's true for like five of their favorite cal. I'm not saying that they don't have those cows. I'm just saying that that it is a misrepresentation probably less than five percent of their products yeah if y'all get mad at girls were in push up bras because her tits really aren't that big if you're matt eyelashes fake nails socks in their pants fuck y'all talking brought to you by we dare he comes from guys. Yeah still doing yeah man. I thought we graduated high school. Can you imagine when a falls down there. I like it is so maybe don't buy tillamook and if somebody he is telling you big fat fucking like feel good message but they're at every walmart every target every ralph's every costco at every fucking grocery store and there's no way that's happening guys yeah. I'm not buying it bullshit yeah now speaking of animal welfare speaking of animal welfare and being all over the country jimmy me john sandwiches has over twenty eight hundred locations in forty. Three states. Chances are with the holdouts. I wonder seven states like absolutely fucking the country. Baby chances are that you have jimmy johns in your town and maybe if even tried one of their mayo centric sandwiches seriously. I don't know what the fuck is going on with the amount of mayo that they slather into the sandwiches. It's aggressive. You know if you get them delivered. 'cause i've seen it. Tappin wants don't ask why they they come like wrapped and closed on both sides like they came out of a vending machine. Oh really so it's like premade yeah. I don't know where they're made. They're not made to order the jimmy john's around the corner. It's like grabbed out of a cooler. That's weird in like up dark out. I don't know what it was. I was like what the fuck me. I didn't i mean i haven't and had jimmy johnson's. I lived in texas. I don't know maybe the mayo's change. I just feel like if you've ever been out of jimmy johns location. I went with my friends. Get once they have the helman's helman's mayo like as decor on top of the kitchen cabinets that some white people shut it. Yeah like a fucking college. Freshman woman does when they they take liquor empty liquor bottles and they kind of like line their kitchen with like that's. That's their decor. Anyways the founder jimmy johns used to be a big big game hunter and this week some old photos of him having killed an elephant resurfaced on the internet so the natural kneejerk reaction is absolute discussed. I mean i don't like seeing that photo but the internet takes it to the next logical step of boycott besides trying to like docs. These people ruin their lives is we'll and listen obviously. I don't think anybody should be shooting. Elephants shits fucked up but really were shocked that a guy who sells shitty food and like mediocre meet all over this country doesn't give a fuck about animals without animals least of all the poor people need is food so the founder released a statement that those were conservation hunts and the photos were old and he doesn't hunt anymore. Do you think that the reaction is overblown now. Did he say he doesn't hunt anymore because he's against an hour doesn't hunt anymore because he's too old or and the gout from his sandwiches mobile so people were collecting other other animals that he had killed in like a i think he just ran out. You know what i mean. He's like giraffe. I got my elephant efficient like i got my rhino. I'm good. I got a man. I'm running out of a fucking space on my wall. Yeah it's like oh. Oh i don't do it anymore. It's like why don't you write but you think that people are overreacting. Cancel cultures like kind of a new thing and and like how many places can we fuck in boycott and also like really you didn't know that reach pieces of shit do shitty things shitty things in our legend come. There's a surprise that guys like there was just that whole boycott fucking olive garden shit about because their parent company is one of the many gene businesses that are supporting trump's election. Do you mean rich business. Owners are supporting a fucking rich dude who who does give toxic yeah. You're gonna fuck over. All working people like their actual products because like a few weeks ago is everybody was <hes> boycotting soul cycle because the founder was saying he's like yeah. No i support trump not not for the racism but for the tax break that is fucked well to be like oh no. I'm just in it because i'm a rich astle. I'm not in it for all the other shitty. Things doesn't as long aw i somebody lives close to a soul cycle. Let me tell you people be lying because that place is still visit bet about this giving people all kinds of discounts from that should happen yeah so like what do you think. Do you think we'll boycotting jimmy johns yes but i don't think that like you are saying don't boycott a business business because the c._e._o. Does something in their outside company time like in their free time the you disagree with boycott them because the product sucks yeah yeah yeah boycott garden because everything is microwaved like for like boycott. Jimmy johns sandwiches trash you now don't let your friend get engaged engaged olive garden because the chairs have wheel chew true story and she doesn't listen to this. She's not listening to poor girl reasons. They were engaged for a few years. That did not work out. God lesser anyway anyways when we get back we've got graham elwood here and we're talking all kinds the silly shit like right off the bat and cyborgs you guys wanna listen dude yeah. Just just stay tuned yard. It gets it gets wild and weird. We'll be back in a moment with more forked up kitchen podcast. Listen up at steve austin college. Football has officially arrived. 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Let's get into it and let's let's do it this time to fuck around. Come on. We got places do things to do. We have lots of talk about but we have a discussion that we're having last week about cyborgs rate eh here so it's very feels like a man who field a cyborg question no problems top of the show eh. Let's hit the important stuff. I did not think a cyborg question was going to happen on a food podcast. You just keep you on your toes. So this came about because we we were talking about like really like mega wealthy people just blasting off in space and just sort of like leaving us behind and ours i get yeah. That's gonna be my idea. I was like that's going to be the new. Racism is is going to be like earth people. Those are fucking. Those are moon people the fuck. I'm one hundred percent earthling bitch outta. You know what i mean. I bet earthling for all the generations your candy c._b._s. Base station lifestyle now somebody was like born on the moon. They migrated back to earth and get the fuck outta here. Go go back to the moon so so michelle had a good point about cyborgs and she was like i think you'll be it'll be sooner than space travel. Well and i think i think the people living now how will be the last generation that don't have ubiquitous implanted technology raw raw. I don't like that phrase. We're working on the branding. Cyborg marketed started trying to get ahead of the market. Personally not pro implant it technologies people's bodies but i feel like it will be like how grandma doesn't have an email. All they're going to be like grandma doesn't have the data chip in her finger to do all this shit like. What do you think i'm a lunatic do we. No i think you should think of battle between cyborgs in humans is coming. You know it's an interesting question. I i've done some research on artificial intelligence where it's going and stuff like that and i feel like it's a legitimate. You know a lot of levels first of all like what's autonation yeah. How can people going to work if everything's automated what jobs are and how we going to deal with that economically yeah a former cashier like every every time i see a self check. I'm like fuck. You hear. You took a job lang thing with a._t._m. All of it name name. There's so many businesses where where they're like well. We'll do it online or or do it yourself or whatever and so that's that's gonna be a real. That's gonna be a real issue and then you know you watch that elon musk interview on joe rogan from like last year you know some of the when i see like tech people get a little nervous about because they know so much much more than we do yeah like what the fuck do you know that you're having. He told le dude like what's happening. In your lab while y'all blessing off to the moon at the the same time they all left within three days of each other all their kids go to these schools where were they don't use computers. All their kids go to show yeah whoa okay for when they don't use their own technology technology that they're selling to people. It's like <hes> interesting google founder if they don't even use google because google is tied in with the c._i._a. Yeah yeah it's kerr's bonkers. People you think is going to be the first like they're going to get us to implant with entertainment entertainment stuff like lazy shit. They're already doing that like that. Whole thing of like see how much you age that the spatial recognition they were just getting all of our data on all of our faces that was about yeah it was it was owned by russian company right yeah the gap uh-huh yeah that was a big thing self-monitoring by just carrying around these devices that listen to everything we say and track all of our movements and stuff they wanna get. We're gonna get deep into some hat. Some tinfoil how i run. I run the kitchen instagram so i'm on it most of the time time and so it's obviously connected to my phone and somehow figured out that i'm a woman because our you know our couches genderless and i started getting company. Yeah i started getting targeted. It adds on our instagram account for freezing my eggs first of all fuck you rude to ask targeted at the birthday talk you. They're like hey bitch number. One not targeted at. I want number two. This is a genderless account like we're company to what the fuck yeah so fucking. They're all your business. I think that they're going to win. We see the merge of humans and technology is going to larry. It's yes they already has happened. I mean first of all and they'll they'll pitch it and they have been pitching it as we use. Drones use robotic technology edgy like and and it's a it's a reasonable pitch of like hey we're not sending american men and women in colorado were sending oh okay great so it saving but you know it's it's a little alarming well yeah and then when you automate war you're removing a lot of the cost from it right you know and a lot of the outraged like if it had all been drones and automation during vietnam like young with that have gone on like warren years twelve years warfares moving so fast that like the the massive like in the recent mass shootings. We've had one of the arguments for like gun. Owners is like oh. This is like win. The you know fucking war happens. I'm gonna have my fucking guns and i'm gonna protect myself as like when there is a soldier wearing exo skeleton keeping down your fucking i can go in there with guns attached like did y'all forget about nukes like it's moving so fast that we're just not like. I don't know that the defensive i do not see that going into any other any other avenue other than into military in vain to consumer as being marketed for advertising in that look that's already happening. I mean you know we've been at war and afghanistan for eighteen years and it's largely because the what they learned in vietnam now i'm the vietnam war was on the news every night so you came home and sat and watched the news and you saw all these is dying and vietnamese children and stuff like that dying in america. What are we doing there so they learned to sanitize the war so i think most americans are don't even realize we're in warren eight countries. I sixty five percent. Santa of our budget goes for war. I mean when they say how are we gonna pay for free healthcare in college debt forgiveness. They never asked how we're going to pay for another war or how we're going to secured vets when they come back up. We i don't understand how that's not a bigger conversation when we shouldn't go into any more conflicts until we take care of the people who are returning from existing twenty two veterans day commit suicide onto today and that's because i always say there's two men on my show. I'm like the day the like the president president the cabinet all this congress all the senate all the defense contractor c._e._o.'s the day all their kids. Gotta go fight. Did they gonna end. You know what i mean when jared kushner are and chelsea clinton and obama girls and the bush girls when they have to all go to fight then then maybe we don't need to go and invade now or whether they want to convey now iran iran and venezuela because they got oil. They won't give greenland greenland. I'm tired of greenland's a weird thing weird and it's no headline that can surprise me anymore. Y'all could just fucking word generate a bunch of nonsense about the news. The news has become mad libs like every day eh well there. It is there's bottom and then somehow tomorrow. I will be shocked. I remember like can you believe this like yeah yeah. Absolutely that's the day and age that we're in. I don't feel anything anymore. They they did a guy twenty sixteen kilometers and they're going to replace my my heart with a site like cyborg heart and then fucking go out maximum michelle kurt russell super soldiers. Was i move that he may what was i like in the nineties. It was it was called soldiers and he was like a cyborg right dotson direction gone and what they will do use it for military right but then they will the like. You said it'll be entertainment but it'll also be like you know like <hes>. I blew out my knee yeah now. Here's a biotic robotic. Roddick won or whatever and people go. That's awesome you know or like i just interviewed on my show. Political vigilante interviewed a child crimes investigator in one of the things he talked about is investigators are exposed to awful watching rhythm perfect stuff and he's like what if they develop a is ice to go through this and i was like wow because what you when you when you when you catch like a pedophile they have all these files on all their laptops and all they're gonna have to be viewed and have to be viewed there and so they're like what if an a._a. I oh god i'm opposed to is in so many ways but i hear that and i go well. That's so investigators aren't getting traumatized or what is it called. Vicarious trauma patients with it's called so would've retraumatize shit. Humans mins need to die like this is our bad discipline it out and then we'll figure out a way to get to the moon wipe them out. Asthma's just go while this species. You guys have had several million years and you're still doing this. You're done yeah you had a good run. It seems to be getting worse. Aliens avoid us they just hover above. They just sort of watch. All the found footage stuff is always like you see like something. This guy is just watching us. Fuck this all get out of here like us watching the big spider in the corner of the room. It's like not not getting there. You get an aliens. You're the big spider conclusions scenario fifty one y'all got i it was so funny we talked about this with the previous guests that we were just talking about like how aliens weren't in pop culture anymore like it wasn't like this big talking point all that area fifty one rage j._k. J._k. It's back nineties again. Everything's coming back yeah. It's retro and technology is it's retro vintage. Take the hipsters loving harry coming back style saving the hipsters love area fifty one. Everybody knows it. I they do craft brews over there rising scooters and area fifty one fucking scooter for older than being on my day catch on your sidewalks of people worked on them talk about those things yeah. How is your business model. Aw i'm gonna leave all my shit on public sidewalks. Yeah i mean i'm like if you can show me concrete data that saying those things are reducing thing traffic like people are leaving their cars at home. I'll be like okay like more bullshit than anything else. I think people go in a couple of blocks away like a may be reducing the less than a mile uber rides right but then once you it's a bell curve because then you get too drunk to ride the scooter scooter then you're back in the uber. That's all it is yeah. It comes downtown. I see it every day. Walk take the damn walk walking. I feel like there's so many problems with i'd like we so i have a neighbor who she's blind and she's older and she has a a german shepherd is like a seeing eye dog and every time i see those fucking scooters in my neighborhood throw him in the bushes because like she doesn't know that they're there right like in the doghouse doghouse. Take her into the street. That's not something that any of us would even consider it like a._d._a. Compliant volley point right yeah. They're silent. She can't hear him could not know that she's blinds on her fuck. Those scooters freak out. The dog freak her out cause her to get hurt. Somehow lake now thinking through y'all do we need twelve hundred brands of food. I live in santa monica. I ride my bike a lot and they're all in the bike lanes. They don't give a shit yeah. No it's crazy. They don't like there's a turn lane and then there's the bike lane and all the cyclists know what to do this thoroughly ooh contract injury of the people listening to this that don't know what we're talking about. It must be nice to be back in two thousand ten this simpler time boise idaho fucking everywhere there in those major u._s. Yes there are there in europe too there. I mean that makes it a little bit. More sense because streets are so small that they're very pedestrian friendly anyways friendly no. They're not but i'm saying like in europe. I totally see that but in a city like l. a. i was in manhattan in hatton in june and thank god i can see manhattan was like no way not even a chance. The sidewalks are packed. People would fucking there would be riots. Store keepers would set them on fire. I mean there would be it would be insane. I think it was the c._e._o. Of bird was on on n._p._r. Here in l._a. Like a year ago and they were talking about the instagram account bird graveyard yeah and they showed him a video of zone taking a shit hit on bird scooter and and they were like what do you think about that. He's like it's not ideal dykes. Lots of reports have publications on your products. Like what do you think about this and he was like it's not ideal ideal talking understatement technology company. He was just dropping to do on your end product. When i lived by echo park lake people will just throw them in the lake all the time but then like the poor animals i know i know we will do santa money to throw him in the fucking ocean in venice to yeah which do destroy scooters. I get that leave the animals in the you know they're called a bird but they are not alive. Do not put them in an ecosystem we do. You have a food related question. What are you reading. We're going to transition smoothly from space people and yeah right to a pizzeria ah did did. We re correctly that you used to work in a pizzeria. Did i worked in chicago. Yeah <hes> seventy five east wacker. A stuffed pizza worked there right out of college. It was great. I was thirty pounds heavier because i eight people like you're going to get sick of this pizza. I did not thank you fucking ate it every day. So what ars some things that i would surprise people that my favorite part about like different retail positions. Is you interact with a slice of the public that that people don't always see like what is the pizzeria version. It's so where i worked and i you'd mainly lunch shifts so how much is in the loop that the business district of chicago for anybody not knowing what that is and so we had a you know and when i would work like the weekends it was a lot of tourists so but during we did lunch shifts during the week because i was young stand up comic and i would work day ships it was all business people and because those pizzas take thirty five to forty minutes to cook they order them in advance so we would like be ready so they could get out on their lunch break and that was such a unique thing. I think everybody should work mark as a waiter absolutely book. You'll learn a like you tip better <hes> you. You just learn better member of the public. You are a member of the public. You're not a nicer. You're more patient yet like you understand you understand the difference between your problems and other people's problems yes like when somebody's roasting you because they fucked up their own the pizza order no no this is once wolford double checking that you don't like the kind of mushrooms that you told us on your pizza uh-huh because it was like chicago we were given you know you had a little more chicago tower. You can kind of talk back a little more fear waiter. Yeah you don't have the cult of exuberant yet and over friendly okay. Oh whatever you want like. I'm sorry i'm fucking sorry. I'm not sorry so. Will you know like i saw a lot of things always eight for free. It should go. I'll tell you that absolutely no question in my mind i remember the health inspector came in and the manager like well. We popped up and was like okay okay yeah yeah yeah and then there was pizza that the guy left with the pizza and there was an envelope in that even i was like wow that's how we do you and then one time chicago towing <hes> their like their own like the i._r._s. They have no no no checks. They can do whatever they want. They they are a sovereign nation. Era sovereign nation chicago towing so in front of the pizza place was a red zone but all the delivery guys had to park their burn graham so we'd put things you put something in the window saying you're in so that's why the cops eight for free we get tickets right so the cops are just every once in a while the cops go. Hey man my shift. Commander commander was driving around so i put a bunch of fake. Tickets are nice. Though i love tacos corruption just so working class. I got you bro. I gotta agrees that will you gotta grease always rotates actually bazooka joe comic. You'll love it. You'll be the one time do pacheco towing these guys coach polls up and they get out and they just get we spec- the manager of managers and they're just like hey got some cars out front and he said what can i get you boys uh-huh and and i said i was i was like twenty one twenty two you know and i was i grew up in evanston which is a suburb urb-e. Evanston has some it's not all lily white suburb you know there is some s- gangs and crime and stuff like that so it wasn't completely naive but i said gee just give the towing guys but he goes chicago doing i. Do you know what i mean. I got my delivery. Guys can't get tickets. I can't move my pies guys and virginia which of these towing guys just drive around. Where do you wanna eat today yeah pizza. Oh hey look. They've got some guys in the red zone you. All you wanna get sandwiches. That's fine red zone. It's this is like it was just sort of like i go put chicago. The city work that way and i remember like when i bartend on occasion gin and you know people give you good tips. You give them a free round. That was that was a given and so i would always tip well. I don't drink anymore but back when i would drink. I'd don't say first round. You gotta tip big when i moved to l._a. That didn't happen like i've been tipping you all night and i was my free round yeah the fuck. Do you care what the bar makes already so inflated like so bad. Remember that i remember just being like professional courtesy people well. Hey i'm greasing the wheel what's going on. You know <hes> speaking of grease in the wheel the very first sorrows in chicago. I didn't do a lot of traveling in my younger years because i was broke a joke but i was in the joke now. I'm just in two thousand two thousand nine two thousand. No no no that's not true. This is so important to get the data right route. Two thousand nine went to chicago for a wedding and and i hadn't been in this city but six hours and i'm walking around with my family because there was a family friend's wedding and all of a sudden from this alley. This little man appears with two big men. It was fucking rod blagojevich okay after the senate under investigation all sure i didn't even think he would be out in chicago if he was not a particularly popular figure at that moment nor at this moment at he was fucking glad glad handing around like he was mr fuckin- chicago and he was chatting with my dad and my dad just thought he was crazy man. You didn't jazz not wrong with this fucking lego man hairdo doing talking to my family and i'm sitting there like stone cold all staring at him and then he goes like all right guys have a great shakes hands and i was like oh my fucking god. Could it have been it wouldn't have been more chicago to me. In last like oprah had also popped out the michael jordan jumps over the full experience just gotten there and then just like the most popular uh-huh disgrace chicago and like which is like for the city chicago. That's a tall order the the don dailey walking around that would have been a rich man yeah. Which older guys is your call go when when when his son was mayor when i was there in the the nineties yeah you'd say mayor daley and the older guys which one the old man old man ran the city is what would happen. She says watertown watertown town fucking red zone curve just reminding me michelle's neighborhood painted the curb and then then we park there painted red park were so the meter maid that would drive by new red zone right but nobody was parked there because curbs read yeah and then cutting neighbor painted over the reds. Oh yeah the color of the cement. We've i've seen that they'll they'll just short in the red zone yeah right so that if if it's one car instead of to fuck humans are the best in the fucking worst fucking haven't thought about that and sola uses text me when did this last night. It was like fresh paid. See you know you can just never run atta fucking shits to talk about so you have both a youtube channel for people who aren't familiar and you have your podcast yeah well yeah so i do <hes> the political vigilante is my youtube show it. It's also a podcast. It's a news it's very you know i'm a left leaning socialist agitator wingnut and so that's my youtube show and you know that's that's been growling been doing that two and a half years. It's really grown. You know and that's been fantastic. I've done comedy film nerds for ten years and that's just the weekly movie review show that i do with chris manzini and we usually have comedians filmmakers on and we talk. You know it's at that show oh is just a blast will and especially when i started getting into the political thing i mean i'm covering some heavy stuff where i'm like. Wow i need a break. Let's let's just go talk about a marvel movie. You know what i mean. So so that's comedy films has been fantastic we've done we've been doing for ten years in december. We're going to december twelfth. We're doing a big big six hundred episodes. Oh wow we've had we're. We're coming up on our hundred six thousand six hundred it's nuts. I mean we've had had you name it. On the show. We've had marc maron sarah silverman. I've just every all these comics both known for years because chris we're both comedians and filmmakers and and we did a documentary about podcasting called ear buds and we were co producers on the los angeles podcast festival and so it was just like that show always so fun and you know we talk movies. What are what are some of the recent movies. You guys have talked about or that. You've may be enjoyed for people who while well you know yesterday that movie that came out that movie is such a blast. It's so much fun. I highly recommend that was the beatles one is such a love flutter to beatles music. It's beautiful. I am named after beatles song. Oh yes it is true. My dad thought michelle was just the most romantic song he had ever heard and so he named his baby girl l. name mitch. He calls me mitch because he wishes that was a boy but i was born her. No bullshit like mitch yeah someone that her family and the dead committing legit. He wants me to be more sports. He wants to throw the baseball in the yard. I'm the first one of first born son of a firstborn son of the first one and so you know i came out all fucking girly like this and it was <hes> they've got the nature versus nurture uh-huh puberty was a rough time for both of us but i'm still mitch all my uncle got shipton uncles. It's fucking mitch. God bless all the men in my life so yesterday's good. Why yesterday's that that movie he is really is really beautiful. We just talked about another movie last week. That was really well. You know we talked about once upon a time in hollywood and we're very sort of split on that. I'm some of that typically typically likes quentin tarantino movies. There's some really cool elements to that. All the art of self defense is a hilarious independent movie. It got such a blast but i do also oh. I'm not some sort of snob. Only indie movies craft always obnoxious we can't we also just have stupid fun time right. Yeah the marvel movies all of them love. A man avengers endgame awesome. Nothing's wrong with the popcorn. We need a low popcorn. It was so it was so fun so then you've got a balanced though 'cause like i say i loved in game but it's like i asked watching it on my god. This is so beautiful and look at all these fucking actors like i'm familiar with and like and like the story really kinda buttoned up nicely in then i have to like go watch something like midsummer to like balance right and like fucking nightmares uh-huh yesterday for you. Gotta go watch yesterday too light hearted trying to get you to normal show. Yeah midsummer was a that's. That's thankfully my co host and one of the guys that rights for our site because we have a website comedy films dot com where people right we write movie reviews using this guy not weekly. He loves horror movies and a mike great because i'm never going to see any of these because i can't do it crazy nightmares. It's not fun for me. Life's hard enough. I don't need to invite trouble into my life. You know what i mean like. I fucking bullshit all the fucking time. I don't need to invite it to my royal horror horror yeah happening. I go down youtube spirals all the family thing shit. I don't wanna see. I don't need to pay money do that to myself. Solve get plenty scared just walking around just like it got the endorsement of jordan peele and i was like all right. I'll go through this because i really respected as creative venues i i mean look at i heard it's really well made and i and he'll get out get beloved as just a respectful decline. It's getting that is that's a great way to put it. Shell got rich. It is a respectful. I appreciate what you're doing yeah but i will not watch now your target market. I know what about me. It's fine like you you a scary movies like sort of like i fucking nature of clubs do not understand them and that's dogs are going to see what you're doing. A great dansk court like the choreographies wonderful. This isn't for me not my scene. You're like i see you. I respect you. I will never you'll never have my money. I will not patronize. Maybe you do not yeah. That's the last back to everybody should work in food service or retailers like how can we make this happen here or that or draft well over the military all see i'm on board with two years of service back and look at your pacifist. I'm very anti-war great two years of like habitat for humanity two years of doing something or couching like two years of americorps going around affixing working having to fix things like having to be a part of something that is more than you and then everyone has skin in the game yes and then everyone gives us shit hopefully and if you don't then you're a loss but two years of servicemen and like like especially if we had a progressive politician that was was like pushing a great. I think we need a green new deal and like said let's put everyone to work fixing the planet putting the country back together and everyone's going to be a part of this imagine what that generation of eighteen year olds would grow up to be when it wasn't just the because we're all sort of conditioned to forgive me going my lefty social ship but this is capitalism telling us all to speak consumers and it's i'm selfish and it's all about money and if you're not always working then you're wasting wasting your time and your your identity is your job is your career and versus like i need to think about the the greater good is more important than just my you know needs or wants or things i want to buy or do and if you if you if you did two years of service and everybody was involved and then everyone would everyone one. You were changed when you started waiting tables. Yeah i remember being in high school or whatever going. Why do i need to tip them. They didn't do much. I thought that way saddam sixteen year old they just fill ville my water twice and brought me a sandwich. Why do they know i realized when i start waiting tables. I gotta tip the busboy the thing that this plus i'm getting at the time it was four four dollars an hour. We got that tippett like changed your fucking day. When you've got a good tip hell yes like. I'm gonna cry l._s. Tonight go home with all that cash and go okay. You know i can buy a new pair of pants and tying mine together with yarn the real story or else story but also i think to your point about service is to teach people delayed gratification because like you're saying with this ito hello aunt up capitalism that we have now with things getting toward door in two hours and all the stuff we even us who are a bit older are struggling with the idea of delayed. You gotta occasion because you can have any right now. Oh you're gonna ever you can have a date tonight. Yeah no and you said the dumbest shit like you could be like unicorn corn dildo like turquoise bedazzled bottom and you could fuck and find getting consumed come into my apartment this morning unicorn to who <hes> not over share on instagram. That's really a lesson. Take you one of the here it is. I'm ordering what i think too. I mean when i went i i i had the fortune of doing a several like seven comedy tours in iraq and afghanistan for the military and that's another thing i would say i in the way everyone should wait tables every american merican or whoever grew up in the west go to a third world country and you're like oh my day was it that ends real quick when you see people and living in abject poverty liberty and it puts a lot of our consumerism like you're saying in perspective like wow i really do have too much too much. Do i is immoral all for as much as i have as most of us have when other people have apps a fucking lutely nothing but our scraps like that's fucking and it's not not like say for his hand like you kinda. Check those boxes fulfiling. You never happy you always want more. There's always you're always going to want a bigger house nicer furniture. You wanna make more money. You know it's never ending and to be part of something that you won't necessarily see the benefits of in your lifetime like that's the thing i think people use to understand understand just because time was longer back in the day and now because we're on the short thing it's like i think why so many of our current politicians are not interested interested in a green new deal or well. This isn't going to benefit next year in the corporate. Mentality is just we just need next quarter. Numbers need to be good for the the stock market earnings. That's it that's it and it's just like and when you see the the you know the planning the seeds if you will and what the long term something does is it's like that i got into you know after nine eleven. I felt like kinda guilty like i'm just dumb comedian. I was hosting game shows. I'm living the selfish offish lifestyle and then. I started getting a volunteer work man that changes your attitude. I worked for the american red cross for years just going there number one thing that they respond to a single family fires. Here's a you go to somebody's and i was just in the in l._a. In the san fernando valley and you'd like someone's house burned to the ground. They've got nothing now you know and they a kept their money under the mattress and gone nothing but the clothes on their back and you show up and you give them close and a complicated voucher and you open appliques file and tell them we're going to and you see them. You see the stress release and like we would have like little stuffed. Animals kids are flipping out. It could get any just just that it was like wow just the humanity of just showing up for our community and just humanity in general when they need us like just just being of service is something that we need to put more emphasis on yeah. That's sort of like upside down pyramid of like things that we we absolutely need the bottom autumn shelter food clothing and healthcare then shit all the way up at the top. They'd like you know like nice luggage the you you know what i mean like start leg contouring genius in stuff. I fucking hate that expression. I saw once a year. I take a trip with my father. During the summertime we go to somewhere outside united states like we use this new thing since never had the resources to do this before until like the successive the books so last last summer we went to cuba and we flew out of miami and my father's seeing everybody on the plane and they were carrying like groceries about dander tools like mike basic things because the only way to get it to cuba uh-huh to bring it on planes that carry on because we i mean seventy miles off our coast we don't trade with and it's a good way for people who may be aren't so involved in politics to see the how american policies impact generations of yeah you see my father's in texas all my family's very conservative but like you see my father's heartbreaking being seen a little girl get on a plane full of toys and carrying like power tools is like carrot and my dad was like what next election i'm going to look at the candidates and what their our policy is on trade with cuba. That's gonna fucking matter to me because it made it real for them. That's-that's such a great example you can watch it on t._v. You can watch someone talk about it and that's good and whatever but when you see it when you see it your dad texas whatever sees it and goes this ain't right. Yes not right and you talk about american foreign policy. Let's see we sanctioned people and create all these problems and that's like that's not we should be we could we could be this benevolent philanthropic drop a nation and what we do with all of our wealth within foregin ireland's came in accounts something that yeah if we i wanna be the shining castle on the hill like we should don't a pretty bad job. We're the richest country in the history of the human race the single greatest collection of wealth in the history of humanity and we're basing it so sick of that. How are we gonna afforded boarded. Basis is where the one hundred fifty eight billion immoral is immoral. It's immoral for one person to have enough money. He just got a new yacht. Oh yacht ah i people are fucking homeless. Okay so how the fuck is y'all four hundred million dollar yet. Yeah that's funny. I mean that's one of his. I think every everyone that you know in your life personally. No we'll never make make a hundred million yeah yeah. You're over the whole of your life. Live there people that they know that's extended out a little. I know never it's immoral that we let one person you know consolidate that much wealth. He's not philanthropic like every time. If you buy something on on amazon they're like. Do you want to donate to you. You don't know yeah at whole foods now their own at the russians like oh. Do you want to support the whole kids foundationally no you could you'll have to do it yeah. You could solve child hunger in the united states no problem he could cut his wealth in half and still the totally fine. He'd have seventy five billion dollars which i think you can live on yeah. I think you can get by on that. Where's he living yeah. Let's let's you know he's living on the moon lunar dark side luke mars space station condo running yeah. He's got coastal property on the quality. I don't know the last time y'all looked condos on the moon but they are not cheap. They're going that markets. Due for a bubble burst you get this random girl result so apparently you could get acres on the moon. They're selling for twenty. No tell you a star. What under what authority say they just take the check and they're like yeah. It's up there i do i do. I know don't trust us. Cert has got a border around it. You know it's real. We had it embossed flyers man so if people want to hear more more about your thoughts on cyborgs waiting tables hey. Where can they find you. If you go to grandma dot com you get access is to political vigilante comedy film nerds <hes> all my social media all my tour dates <laughter> <hes> all that stuff to our right now i will so in september september timber four through the eighth. I'm doing the progressive comedy with ronkonkoma both kinda. Jimmy doors show a lot. We're doing <hes> omaha. Sioux falls madison wisconsin minneapolis in iowa city who i love musa madison and then the end of september. I'm going to do shows in moscow and saint petersburg when september number. What's the weather like there at the end. It will still be nice. It's like right on the precipice. Lake becomes horrific napoleon this okay it's not it's not worth it. Aww i'll be out quick so you're going to russia. I'm curious. What are your thoughts on this guy. Fall incident about this right like it's like the missile launch blew up and they they didn't chernobyl. They're like oh. It's like a strong wind whether they broadcast. It's out to like people who outside of the range and it was like there's going to be strong like winds and everyone's like a weird message like they. They reported it closer to the actual explosion of the rocket there go to go into this country. Maybe but i'm like i'm curious part of the reason i wanna go to criticize him on the air. I'm still trying to get my visa. Let's go easy. I one of the reasons i'm going is. I'm going to make a little documentary scenery. I want to see what life is really like because i don't feel like the american media is giving me a fair appraisal of what is going on not that i don't think putin is some gandhi of that region but i also we portray them as negative bad bad russia russia russia and i'm just like think i talked to a whistle blower journalist who's in who's in asylum there and they're like graham. It's nothing that you think it would be. It's so different and so. I'm sorry but that's just going to say is that you you can also disagree with political leaders. Lord knows we all do to understand what the lived experiences for the average citizen is a totally different beast and you're right. We don't don't get that perspective. No one and and you know part of the thing i do on my on my political vigilanteism like you know america we we always say we gotta go and do all all these things and stop these dictators who do this and this and this to their citizens on a local. We do you know what i mean. Come on man. Let's talk about that later so it's like i'm just critical critical of those in power that are abusing it and i want to get to the truth of the matter and i don't wanna have world war three yeah. No it's all about how we treat. The least of us yeah and that is is not something that gets talked about that. I wanna talk to russians yeah. I'm gonna go on the street and talk and say look. I'm an american comedian. What do you tell me what you think man and yes as you about russia but russians are always a good fucking time lake. You're right. They don't get view through proper lind's because a lot of the a russian people they do not trust their government because because of the things that happened they remember right but they're like. They're getting out of this abusive relationship from like the cold war that they're like well. This is all we know so they have to kind of stand by with what they have like so many americans during the exact same. I i know exactly that's what i'm saying like so when the traveled to other countries like when we went to cuban everyone's like why do americans hate us on my americans. Don't humans are governments are shit. They just don't get along right like americans donate russians. I don't think the russians americans. I think our government's are beefing. Yes there's just some bad blood there when you look at like what the beefs are. It's like you know it's the petrodollar always kinda shit like that. That's like just for the ruling elites to fight over while we just wanna like pay our bills and live a decent life. Everybody just wants food and healthcare and shelter and they want their kids to have an opportunity and i think that transcends borders. We don't need your you know geopolitical dick measuring contests. Take it up so people should go to go to grandma dot com. If you go to grandma dot com you get my tour dates. You get my social media. My film podcast my political vigilante. All of it just go to graham elwood dot com well. Thank you so much for coming by an entertaining oliver nonsense. This is blast. I was like have to give recipes. What are we gonna talk about. Cyborgs okay roku before we go. You worked in a pizzeria which favorite pizza ooh. Oh it's it's a free whatever i could take home with me to my little apartment. 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LET'S TALK SAUCE with Daniella Monet and Andrew Garner

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on Apple podcasts. And podcast one podcast. One presents four kitchen podcast. The show that discusses food politics and pop culture all trying to give a fuck and now for your host. Shell Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to four podcast for all things Tofu tinsel and titties. I'll Matt Holloway. I'd love to see it all combined. That sounds horrifying. Sounds like what I did yesterday and I'm Michelle Davis today. We're talking Santa boost clues and the great meet wars of Twenty Twenty nine thousand nine hundred later. We're joined by Danielle Monet and Andrew Gardner to talk about their new podcast and first time parenthood to enjoy. It's about good forked. Up Sharpen snows knives. Its fourth step. Doug Kitchen podcast. Matt what is going on. So how was your Christmas. You think a think I don't know so I mean we're pre-roland because it's a holiday so I'm assuming my Christmas was pro is is cool. You think I I'm GONNA. I know that I'm GONNA be with with a cousin Brian and we're going to be making up a bunch of food. We'll guess what were your girl got invited to custom brands to boom. Oh Dan yeah. You didn't even know damn out. I need to be during work hours. uh-huh damn cheese. My Christmas. My Christmas is home alone Zedon. Yeah I don't know pizza in the back of a limo. You're going full home alone. Well Christmas aside. We probably Christmas is out of the way when this airs. Here's another things out of the way to were you son of a bitch were. It's my birthday happy birthday. Show thank you anyway the Coca Cola. What would you do for your birthday because you're going out of town we're all going to go see star wars breath damn and we're hanging you know two times in a week working? I'm busy next week so now. RSVP you are committed on RSVP yes But otherwise everything's got just gearing up for new years. You know we have cocktails people if you you could make make it with the without Moose. Yes but it's better with booze. My favorite of all of our cocktail recipes is actually our New Year's Eve punch recipe. which is up? It's our sparkling in grapefruit and Jen Punch that is called punch for a reason because Holy Shit we were doing the firm you made this recipe. We took it to that party forgot. Jim Remember that. Yeah Oh man people are fucked up. Yeah it'll cause he's low key you don't even know that you're getting fucked up Yup and like even when we first shot it we had like a couple of glasses like in the photo and I drank one and like I can usually one cocktail no problem and that I moved very subtle and both during the glasses that were full after we shot it and very quickly with both like we're GonNa Hammer in five minutes ago shoot this photo zip and good Lord. Yeah then we brought it to a party fucked everyone out there. We took a picture of it to a party and it was the first thing to go on the buffet table. Yeah people like in the first forty five minutes of people fucked up so if you're uh if you're looking to get buck wild New Year's Eve yeah but not to taste it make our punch sparkling grapefruit and Jen Punch. It's absolutely absolutely wonderful. But it's weird this year. 'cause New Year's Eve is on a weapon on Wednesday Christmas. It was yesterday. What asshole in the Greg Gregorian Gregorian calendar galaxy? It's obviously the work of a Greg. I don't appreciate this like both weeks. fucked yeah you can't you can't get anything done on. No everything's closed. Yeah what the fuck man. I Dunno plan this holidays. This is a perfect way to in twenty nineteen. Fuck up the holidays. He's just inconvenient that we're GONNA put two major holidays on a fucking wins so we're going to try to do our best to make it a little bit better though because God damn it. We're we're doing giveaway. We're doing a giveaway. We got a bunch of goodies for your. We got to shut knives and a grand prize of a brand new vitamix always. I was worried that she was going to say we figure out with what's I was like. Well she was she shipping out. It's a vitamin X. So guys if you haven't done a contest with this before they are not sponsored by anyone. We buy these things ourselves with our own money and it's because we like them another running she actually used so we're GONNA move because they're the best So we're going to give away to shut knives and one vitamix and all you have to do is cook one of the recipes from our first book or anyone of the recipes from baseless feast. East tag us in it on social media platform of choice and we lo randomly pick three winners man that was super disclaimer. Voice like you nailed it. Yeah thank you. Were like full micro machines man. It's like you were wrapping like a like an auto trader turns conditions apply. See Store for fucking tonight you strangers in La tag ass and use them commonsense. If you've one one of these before I'll figure it out I'm not GonNa Shit. What was going to be chosen random? You can cross reference who selects our idea. Mu For your address. I'm GONNA DMZ from your address before. And then I'm going to be like negative ghostwriter I'm GonNa move onto the two nice from us. Yeah exactly why we clicked and we sell them. These thing yeah don't frame us an murder anyway. Rape include history. Yeah let's give food history. It is it's now time for this week. It history all right last food history of a year so we have a minor disclaimer at the beginning of this food. History if you're one of those rare parents to let your children listening to sexually graphic obscene eighteen lace podcast. But don't want Santa Disgust. We talk about food. We'll talk a little bit. Skip ahead about ten minutes with AH fucking red alert Santa disclaimer. Right now. Kids are cool with the languaging listening to van or whatever. Turn it off podcast all right so this week in food history. We're going to explore. Why the hell we leave cookies and milk out for Santa into this? Let's go it's weird. I actually think about it. Like why the tradition. The Guy looks like he's got type two diabetes. Why are we encouraging that? How come we're not nice to any other package delivery professional? We don't leaving anything out for the Easter Bunny. Yeah we're not like. Oh here's your subway sandwich toast man. We should leave some carrots and juice for these bunny all. I'm doing awesome starting. I'm starting a new thing. Yeah so cookies or cookies. Cookies by C. O.. Kyi Compares with a K.. Two ks they help from the Netherlands and there is reference them in source materials dating back all the way to the twelfth hundreds. We've talked about this in a previous podcast. But how they got roped into Santa's evening routine is largely traced back to Victorian era starting in eighteen. Thirty seven congeniality and manners were big tenants of the Victorian Ethos so the Victorian era was also a win. The whole concept of childhood with specific rituals foods and play became name more prominent before that you were just a tiny shitty Dole who didn't do anything and then all of a sudden like kids. It's a stage of life. That's playing pretend with your kids about like Santa came more into fashion and it presented itself as a teaching opportunity about Victorian manners and customs. Because if you had a guest in your house you'd leave food out for for them or you'd offer them food so this was a good opportunity to have your kids be like okay. We're having Santosh a guest to drop off presents what we do. We feed is -actly Glee. And what do kids love feeding people more than anything else. ARCHIES fucking. Cookies takes his walk up to you and those poor cookie other pocket. This is their new crumbled. Nearly here you go on your cool no questions asked cody. One of the first literary references to milk and cookies. On Christmas I anti appeared in the eighteen seventies here in the US and a short story called poly it before Christmas story and it just took off after unlike after that huge everywhere. Everybody's been doing it now. Didn't like ads for Oreos and all that shit but that'd being said leaving food out for God odd during the winter holidays has very very deep. Norse roots the North Scott of Odin also from American gods by Neil gaiman fantastic book new any new game any Neil gaiman big recommend but anyway the North Got Odin was said to have an eight legged horse named slip ner which he rode with a raven mm perched on each shoulder and during the season children would leave food out for slipper in hopes that Odin would stop by on his travels to feed the horse and then leave gifts in return for the children at the. Thank you Yeah so maybe. That's why Santa has eight reindeer because the Snyder had eight legs likes woo. While conspiracy theories elimination confirmed regardless of where you guys are on the winter holiday spectrum. What you guys believe Steve? I think we can all agree. We're all into cookies. And we're all pretty pro feeding animals eight legged horses or otherwise eight legged horse and I was like. Yeah we got to feed them. I mean fuck in four legged horse. They eat a lot but eight legs cookies fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome get ready for the guy so I do not have a recall all this week because like we mentioned at the top of the show. We are pre rolling. So who knows what wondrous things have been added to the recall river during the holiday season. What if there was like outbreak? Christmas tree is do people. The Christmas trees my cats do. Don't know Salmonella Candy Cane. ooh The stereo. eggnog is important to the recall river. discussing with vape pens fucking vape pens from last week anyway. Yeah I mean you all have Google in the United States alone. We have three food related recalls every single day. So like fucking have on this. We were Priroda until the Goddamn Future. Google it I guess it was beef. Okay what do you think is what we just had a big lettuce equalize. That's for a while. Yeah you know. It's like when a plane disaster and then everyone's like oh no don't fly a safest time to fly after a plane disaster E. coli on lettuce is good for I. I think it's chicken or beef and I'm going to say but if I'm going to go with chicken all right well on that high note are you ready for me to be a total buzzkill. Hit Me with some news bruce I write a new study published in the Journal of Cancer. So you know it's going to be good it out to ruin your holiday plans that he was opening the Journal of Cancer. Sir Looking good looking Sky Mall Japanese scientists compared drinking habits of over sixty thousand cancer patients in Japan with with those of an equal number of healthy controls so all this was self reported they all self reported their average daily alcohol intake and the number of years they had been drink. Ah I wonder how accurate shit is. We'll get to that. After controlling for smoking. Hypertension diabetes obesity and other characteristics. They found that drinking linking the equivalent of six ounces of wine seventeen ounces of beer or two ounces of whiskey a day for ten years increase the relative risk of cancer in patients by five percent incur. It doesn't seem terrible. You might be like five percent. That's a calculated risk cost to doing business five percent. I'm here for a good time. Not Alone you know. That's it gets worse. After two drinks a day for forty years the relative risk of having any cancer increased by fifty four percent bench. Compared with nondrinkers the associations were particularly strong for cancers of the mouth throat stomach and colon you know where alcohol alcohol to go actually granted two drinks a day for forty years is a lot of booze but probably really most Americans fall somewhere between these numbers you might be. I don't have two drinks a day. Well do you have eight drinks a weekend plane plane catch up on Saturday and Sunday. We know like binge drink if you're crushing twenty beers. I'm saying making up for Monday through Friday for lost it. Maybe fucking judging but before you cancel booze altogether. This like all studies and like Matt alluded to Has Certain medications. The drinking history was self reported. Data like I said which can be super unreliable because people like to little round up or they like to run around down depending on what researchers WanNa hear you know and the kind of images they wanNA present like no cool drink all the time breath with drinking all my friends. Every night auguries Seattle have like one hundred beers best friends boothia like bags of sand. Yeah and researchers were unable to control for a family history of cancer and Diet and physical activity because that all would have been self reported and and very unreliable so maybe just maybe grab a hot chocolate for a couple of your boozy winter plans rather than a cocktail just to be safe after we just is absolutely plugged. The New Year's eve like fucking jungle juice punch. Yeah Oh you know. It's all about balance. We the era carrots so we can get fucked up and I don't drink all the time so that when I do I can have a good time. There is somebody who's I don't drink all year. I just drink one night a year and I fuck and make up for the year like it starts in the morning. It's twenty four hours just hammered alcohol Paul Rump Springer. Yeah once a year and just get out of your system. Certain are absolutely people like that. I don't drink just once a year. Except for December number thirtieth moving on last month state of Mississippi reverse course on legislation that would ban certain words from being used on meat free products works as a result from lawsuit by Upton naturals and the plant based food sociation and then last week similar ruling from a federal judge. Blocked the state of Arkansas from it and acting a law that banned plant based products from using certain words like beef or Burger even when they had the disqualifier that it was plant based or Vegan. This lawsuit against state was brought on by Tofurkey with the help of good food institute the Animal Defence Fund and the American Civil Liberties Union on the grounds rounds that this law is unconstitutional. It would violate the company's first and fourteenth amendments and it turns out that a federal fucking judge cleese said the judge versus like this is for once. Vegans aren't assholes here then I I don't know guys I don't want to side with them but you don't make a real hard to like you. Propose restrictions surrounding plant based product labels Carson from agricultural lobbyists alarmed by the popularity rise of their competitors. These restrictions would leave plant based food suppliers which just a few limited options. First thing they could do is it. They change the label but is going to be kind of confusing. Because what words can you use. If you can't use Birkir or patty or beef like like Okay Kerr desk veggie disc veggie tubes. What are you going to? How are you going to market this? You know it's going going to be incredibly confusing. Option is that they could risk breaking the law and not do separate labels for states that have labor laws however a convict could be fined up to one thousand dollars per labels. That's going to get expensive real fast. The last option they have is that they don't offer any plant based as products in a state that has these legal restrictions. All these states I have some of the Moros. The highest rates of obesity and heart disease and diabetes exactly Great Mississippi so yeah Mississippi where you doing and so while this is a victory for consumers and plant based products. These legal arguments over verbiage are expected to continue especially as the FDA faces faces pressure to restrict the use of the word milk. I'll do it fuck around man. We got real problems in kids are vaping thing looking at it but it does seem counterproductive not to a conservative argument that remark every mark me. Like why should the government so a supplier. Sure I mean this is. Why can't they can't use conservative politics? It's like I'm against abortion unless it's my mistress thank you know. I want the remark it. Unless it's fucking over my business and shut him down classic hypocritical. Bullshit if you guys pas the podcast chests because the Santa's clamor you can pause it now because the kids can listen to our interview with lovely guest. We Got Danielle. Mo Nain Andrew Gardner with us today. And we're going to talk about how to be God damn adult and do you want. Kids are just future adult. That's right that's right so they need information to to stay tuned. Your we'll be back in a moment with more. WORKED UP A thug kitchen podcast. Hey everyone is Daniella Monet and Andrew Gardner and we couldn't it'd be more excited to announce our new weekly podcast adulting like a mother father. We'll be here with you every Tuesday on the message network on podcast one to fill you in on the good the bad and the baby so please come join us and let's get through. This is a team. Subscribe to our channel and Apple PODCASTS and sign up for our show news alerts on podcast one adulting like a mother father. Welcome back to fort up a thug. Kitchen podcast Danielle Monet is an actress. Chris Nickelodeon Star philanthropist and beauty and wellness advocate as though that is not enough for one person to do. She's also a powerhouse in the plant based community with with three businesses. She's helping to push the needle forward. She's got her kinder beauty box pig out chips and sugar Taco here in Los Angeles a brand new mom her and her partner. The Andrew Gardner have started a podcast. Talk all about life with their son. Go It's a pleasure to have with us today. Andrew Danya what is the fungus. Yeah we're trying to figure it out so was a newborn. Oh I was. I was so stoked. Get to see you. You can see a a baby any time to come over fucking instagram. That's all like a food photos and babies editor. I appreciate that. Those are my kind of people and dogs. You guys have pups tale. Yeah one of the foster we have right now. Bosley looks just like y'all's grey dog so sweet sweet little pit mix like a week and tell you a little something. I love our dogs. We've had one of our dogs. Since she was ten weeks old and she'll be seven on retold ooh yeah and then Jaiqi. We rescued straight out of like a kill shelter. Basically about three years ago. Go so he'll be one or two years old that's great yeah and recently. He's had a few little hiccups where he like. I know it's such a bummer. He like attacked Sophie Outta nowhere wearing their dog. So we're working with them right now and trying to evaluate how to be their best friends and help them like even breed specific You know sometimes like you said. It's just weird things. When the fosters I had super sweet dog but every once in a while he another dog on a walk like a block away? He's like fuck you I. There's no reason not like a specific green or anything else. You just for some reason I you know right now hell no not feeling Janke vase closer we have right now. He just wants to climate your lab and he's just like the doorbell rings you don't Bark. He just runs and hides like people come over to fix the heater and stuff and he's just like everyone's a potential west. The shitty floor heated. Our office is constant. It's been under a pair for three years. Technician technicians like in there like working on supervising. So what is tell me what you do in your with. How have the POPs up's reacted having the new little one at hall who pretty good limited interaction right now? Because this is you should be more it was it was like people told us like. Don't let fly land on your baby like the no the germs are like that. It's like so then we were like well. Our dogs like lick their butts that limit a heads listening Selvi. Stop doing that and I I feel like as babies had the fuck and flexibility. They'd be but liquors to ask you could prove I'm in my mid thirties. I I would look my but for sure the dogs different with you while you were pregnant. Yes they're my. Oh they were everything specifically jake. Who is my little man? He and I walked every single day. And he's the one that wants to attack everything that moves Except for people he loves people. Everyone's best friend but dogs So has discriminating palate when it comes out of bounds. We don't discriminate John here okay. He did not learn that from his the parents on the Internet off social media J. Behavior. No but he was awesome so the dogs were like really sweet and nurturing awesome and we're now just slowly Like yesterday while you were gone I had so fi like laying on the ground with Gio and like I I wanted them to do tummy. Time together so cute I would be able to get nothing done. Don't they just started your new podcast. We have a newborn baby. That was the only only thing I will say about. Is that who he needed the therapy and that is like the best therapy you can. It's our only our really away from him and we just like throw grow up all of the things. Yeah have it be structured and have it to be together. I know I know we have been killed each other. I was just GonNa ask how is in close but again so good for the therapy. Yeah no it's been okay. We've actually managed. I like it. Okay I don't know do you like it sometimes at the time. I don't know what it is. I mean this is this is healthy. This is a hundred percent normal every completing natural. y'All were getting along and there were no hiccups. y'All fucked up wrong. Then yeah that makes you feel good now. Hang on the phone once a week absolutely. We're here we're supportive don't you. Were we like dogs. We like babies foods. Yes and you like food. That's all that matters. That's fixed everything for me. Reached a checklist for our friends. I'd say too. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah No. I guess we're good Ed. We're friends now. Tapped all the perfect VIN diagram of interest circle talking. Thank you have you been able to cook any like wintered comfort foods. Now I managed to whip up lentil soup with him strapped to my breasts. Pretty much yeah. I don't know how that happened but I remember he was when you had just gotten your surgery and I was like. He's down for the count time for my dinner and I had him on thickly. Oh Yeah and then. The dogs had the theater and he went. Oh my gosh. And then we've been stick in and out when I was was nine weeks pregnant go ahead. You're playing basketball game February around. I got the gift that just gave me all year when it healed assist formed in something like anytime you talked to anybody. That's the only thing that it turns out. Nobody wants to see a huge bumper of our growth on someone's lap usually plenty and then you've got to tell the story Blah Blah Blah de. Everyone's like okay. Did you win the game. We did. Yeah important people like see this get out of the way I the basketball game as we talked about it sitting educate surgery desist out. It was bigger than they thought. It was this Paul. Thanks stitch-up just got the stitches out. Yesterday yes no yesterday James February. So Yeah Yeah. We're still healing data data back injury until she wanted to kill me from an SLURP student turns out when you get lip surgery surgery use slurp no noxious starting to walk on. I should have given the drink through a straw. WanNa go yeah. He didn't want such a good patient. How Super Troopers? Sure all the powers derived from they couldn't. Yeah you Dave and told him he was like this is literally. I cannot function more no longer moving my lips we had to cancel. It's all of our podcast function of the web a today we launched November so we took like a week hiatus already power the left. Yeah they can't they can't with Jim it we've never taken a fucking break agreed like fifty two weeks a year episode every and we're just like why don't you guys look. So why do we do this. We're we're exhausted constantly cooking all my gosh. What are you cooking share? We're finishing our fourth book. Right now yes thank you. Thank you so with a recipe for Beat pepperonis what. Yeah and so they look killer. Have your photo out. So they look killer they smell will create it. Makes you sound like Pepperoni. When you're making the dogs all came into the kitchen? That's when I knew on just fooled the dog and they look great. They taste tastes. Just like what you remember like Pizza Party pizza tasting. I after like soccer practice. When you're a little late kind of flavor I mean it's it's a shitty the cell phone photo? ooh That looks like real pepperoni. Be So proud of salivating eating a trend next year. Yeah I can fucking problem you need to figure out how to make a thing to talk to my people. Yeah Hey we gave it to our neighbor. Their omnivores and like they were like how the fuck is not pork. Almost oh my gosh. Like all the flavor texture like everything but then toews. Because I've been making it like day after day getting the recipe just right and you know working on these pizzas like in my hair. Yes yes yes I know ice pepper. Yeah Vegan my. We're onto you girl years bowl we show from the office. We work at like fucking Papa. John's it's like. Yeah it's in everything office. Smells like a pizza. I mean we're facing. When are you doing this all the follow your they share enough? I thought your instagram account that you were talking about the first food like you can't wait to start. It's all foods they are. They're like family recipes. That you're earning I cannot wait. Oh my try to you know. Oh Yeah Daddy makes really good enchiladas the really good enchiladas Salata. That'll be a yummy one. I don't know if there's any family recipe. I saw saw sauce twice a week. Usually like it's not my thing. I'm almost all sky. Let's talk sauce. So what's in the sauce okay. So it's just Marinara recipe. Yeah I mean it's I don't this problem problem you guys. I don't follow any freaking recipe. So people be like I know you love to cook. Can you send me the recipe of something and I'm like I don't even know it with the sauce. It's just like the oil the Nice Nice good quality olive oil the middle versus legs some white onion and Saute that nice. You know good. I don't know what the term is. Make sure it's in Yummy. I mean then I add. I don't use fresh tomatoes but you can easily use fresh tomatoes which make it even better. But I use the San Marzano mechanic tomatoes and then and just simmer that shit up and just let it simmer similar simmer and Jari Fun. ooh things like. I'm sure the idea of just sharing that with your son is so much fun and so exciting. The other day I was eating avocado and the kid it was drooling and I don't know if there was a coincidence there for sure almost gave him half my avocado and I don't share very right as a native eight of California. Yeah we got to save the beast for these avocado all. I mean you know the kids grown open house where you cook. Yeah Yeah I got it all frozen dinners Michael. We dish out of something. Do you like to cook it all is well. I love cooking. Yeah yeah that's right now. That happens two to three times a week. That's like the family pleaser. His family was just staying with us from up north. Not Vegan. Talk are they. They are V game again Beijing. Yeah we've got it all to being like a long time long time. Isn't it crazy how much things have changed here like with a backup broker. You're vegetarian five. Yeah that's crazy that's was crazy Z. U. N. Vegan. It how I was about eleven years old I started realizing what it was ten For a number of reasons and then I was fully fully Vegan by like eleven twelve. But like you you were like I cannot disassociate the animals from that was the flowers. The vegetarian agree how I did. It was like Oh. I'm not eating animals away and then the Vegan thing came when Couple things happened. My uncle was diagnosed with cancer. And they how to chef from follow your heart like or maybe they just met someone through follow your heart. Come over and prepare some meals for him while he was so sad but it's like he was passing away and so that made the correlation there with like. Oh well this is interesting. This must be healthier obviously and then I was already vegetarian so I was like a shoe in for me. I'm like that's it. What what is the point point point? You know what I mean. That's exactly how but Andrew late so when y'all mix shopping together at this point seven years eight. It's not enough. I meant I I mean in what was your. What was your when you met her? Because she's she's VR. Obviously Yeah Yeah. I knew nothing about it. At that point I had called normal other than I was very very strict with what I was eating is. I was working out a lot of time a lot of chicken. Lot of fish auto rice. I did all my vegetables and all that but definitely a lot of the chicken and fish sovereign but that's changed. I mean like I was gonNA scream using vegan friendly like. Oh are you Vegan. Yeah okay viewer. No based thinking like when we met I've been for a long time and he was trying. I was already trying vegetarian when we met. Yeah it's happened yet. I like many people had this misconception about Vegan food and about would it probably tastes like and how difficult it is and this was in the dark as dark tire different times so was excellent Gateway Gateway drug to veganism that she was like this is just food that tastes good and it happens to be and that's the way to position it. Yeah like when I was like. Oh why don't we like so many people were like if you just flip that switch like it was with me. It was it was like on and off and like and I was like we should somehow figure out to create a website or something to get people cook this food. Don't even mention that his vegans good Fuckin- food. That's all matters. I feel like you do that with a lot of the businesses that you're involved often just good products. You know tasting food. That happens to be as we're we're more food forward than we are Vegan forward definitely and that's the way to be you can link the products in speak for themselves. If you're interested that they happen to be Vegan like yeah then you're also saving lives on anyways. What about that the decision? I didn't know that you were I. Don't know so you're a partner your owner of the the Vegan pork rinds. Yeah I was one of their first investors so I've been been with them for a while going on three or four years now but yeah so we have the pork rinds. Coming out soon and we start with the pig pig out bacon chips. That's Tommy Ton Hon. About the movement in that space I mean. It's so cool. Every time we meet with the founder MTO Bill He's like yesterday he was like. Oh yes snoop Dogg just signed don to To invest in. He's super behind us in so many ways like it's just a different time. Imagine that takes years ago lake that you could could get any kind of Vegan options and he was just in a burger king commercial possible. Walk God like us so I think people in your life life that are coming around to and now who used to give you a hard time when you guys like told you talking. Oh yeah since game changers. Yeah L.. For sure like everyone resonates with something like either. It's the animal thing either. It's the the the the world of planet the body. The Game Changers I. I think was a big one for a lot of the people in our lives. They were like oh I saw game changers so anyways about that Vegan thing. You've been making. Yeah Yeah I mean that's made me weird my entire life pretty much. Yeah fucking ostracizing me for my boxing gym. A lot of the guys is. We're trying to wait for a fight and engage. Unions came out and then cool so when Arnold says it like it's fine. They'll come up to me and they're like hey man still it kind of what's your diet and You know and I'm like I'm not a I'm just training by trying to cut for a fight so and might just just like this all the time. Yeah Yeah I like this time so you don't have to go back and forth. You don't have to worry yeah you don't you know after the fight fucking put on a bunch of weight you know California like people he's like. Oh it's so hard to eat plant based on what he said here. Not Not exactly northern Michigan in the winter allegory. Reality he also cities like like Miami's good works good like the major like we were in Chicago. CHICAGO IS EASY ASFAW. That's all Fine Virginia. Just download happy cow. Yeah you're funny. We use the assets such an old school. I don't care if it's older new the baby everywhere now I totally agree the old fallback years later this got me three thousand to twenty ten dollars. Clump like a random parts of Texas happy cow. You got my back found my first pick in the most random area of Texas where we like. AH I don't even know. Yeah but it worked in a hall all areas of Texas at random HUSTON fucking chaos. Don I want to talk about gender reveals and like you guys doing but I thought so like I feel like the Internet has this sort of love hate relationship with agenda reveals and Y'all did one was classy. Simple yeah it was manageable cake. Nobody on fire. Yeah no I appreciated that ain't pl no-one fucking lit forty seven thousand acres on fire. Yeah right there's just too much to know how we actually she did though. I think it was better than the cake. You guys would like shorts kind a two parter two parter so we had we put one of the dogs inside we have a male and female MHM and that gender of dog came out to see. You know why there's no waste east involved all the papers and the what I mean I was like he act. I think you thought of that. Didn't you so the corporate even though he must have felt like a king walking up. Everyone's cheering the only get the attention. I deserve IRV chuck. Yeah I saw one on twitter like a month ago Somebody tweet out there. I found I found like the worst gender review and it was a they. They take a watermelon. And they're like zoot in like in front of the Hippo Seattle Weird and they filled the watermelon with like liquid. There was like you know pink or blue and then they fed it to the hippo and the hippo obviously like crushes the watermelon and it goes like everywhere and I was like fuck these people like that like that hippos. Eat the Goddamn like gatorade. Delicious like how who thinks throw. We like watermelons and hippo. How do we do it? Said how are you grew up to be teenager. Learned that about your parents. Oh come out what have been kiss ten thousand offense. I don't care for the balloons balloons you want bar. I think it was Barstool. Whatever big balloon the guy let it go? Oh An accident chasing down this gone to the fence. Hop On events falls on him that he did did not want to accept responsibility for his cup. I got I got. I don't have it. I don't have it all end up in the water. They did a campaign right with pita. Yeah couple campaign I did. Yeah it's just crazy just the amount of garbage edged floating around water because fuck in a San Monica Bay like once a week and we're always fishing mylar balloons the fucking water surface sad every sale. We go out like a few of them and that's just what we can see. It's pretty disgusting. We yes people are just pretty disgusting short suck yeah. I think the only way we're GONNA really clean up the water and stuff if we do a survivor Pacific garbage patch addition want to somehow make the Texas the Pacific Garbage Patch. Like if there's some way that we could get it to where people have to deal with it on an episode of a Reality Show bribers on season forty. They have not tried this. CBS fucking make us. I would watch that. Show Mad Max. It out of the patch Plan to build a bigger rat. There's there's so many challenges it's raining Alf. You guys this I gotta go. It produces listening where erupted. Uta off the nice flag and and good for you. UTA awesome fucking. They're always like y'all should promo the PARKHOUSE GONNA listen. Yeah Yeah that I'm the right people cal- Well speaking of PODCASTS How have you guys? What's been the most surprising thing you've learned about parenthood ahead so far that you wouldn't have expected that it's the hardest fucking thing we've ever done and even though everyone says that it's still new information as it really feels like no one told us she hates this but it comes for me just comes on? It's like a very simple thing. Like asleep affects everything. So then you're pissed at each other all all day all the stuff. That Gio does screaming in your face. Whatever your patience is already razor-thin? Yeah so you're just like what is life right now. You don't get to eat. Yeah time for anything and it comes down to like sleep for me. Yeah I have a girlfriend who is on her second right now and she was saying the same thing that she's like this lack of sleep is saying I don't understand do I do. I hate this guy. Do I love like I have no clear. Understanding of what my real feelings are because I have slept three hours in a week. Like I can't even you guys are podcasting and running empire attempting to do everything everything failing at at all sure. You're not no one Friday. Gosh he's he's the king right now. That's the thing about it is that like he is our priority and he's like number one so everything else sort of just like takes a little bit of a hit And that's the part that I think is hard not necessarily him mm-hmm it's just everything else taking hit. That feels like we're not managing things. Well I mean you're shaping your life around this little person of course it's GonNa feel like because it's not the same and it's never going to be the same. Yeah I know I know the best and the worst part oh he is magical intrical. He's so freaking cool and he's so big it's weird like when he first came out of me I we. I had a c section and he looked like he was like this mature baby. Alright yeah he was like eight pound three Ounces Niles like out to hear all headed hair they were like what I'm Vegan then I killed it it and then everyone is asking me if he's on formula like what is in your breast milk. Unlike the the ninety nine th percentile and height eightieth percentile way. He's just a small human at this. I was a giant your training Ainu ten enough. Well you're on the ORMEAU. These shoes supermom just like take her out of the room down the hall duty does I do. I need a week back back a little bit. But he's like with the holidays and everything is just making it that much more magical having this little person there to kind of eat who take through all of these things all of a sudden. Yeah Yeah I'd say yeah and you haven't done anything that we used to do. All it's like what you said. Life is so different. We're just trying to figure out what looks like at this point with him there but it is the coolest thing in the world. This is like you don't really care about all the stuff that that had gone on before it's like taking care of him twenty four seven and then in between like the crying and the pooping the sleeping you just get these magical smiles and it makes everything the best thing you've ever had. He's such a smiling smiling. Baby Oh my gosh. It's so awesome like I. I been around a lot of babies. I actually worked at a daycare for a short stint and I remember a a lot of crying. BABIES NOT A lot of babies but he crashed to kind of got it all just enough that that you're not like there's something wrong with him for we question at once in a while or it's like what are we doing wrong but it is what it is. That's their way of communicating. And there's like any still so new like everything's new to him. Yes yes yes yes yes like. So how would you know what's scary. Wants not science the figures out kids when they're young and this was a real serious baby kind of person. Yeah 'cause I was serious shit really and like I always say I'm a pretty light dude. He has an adult like I. Don't give a fuck about most things. But his baby like everyone was like you would just stare and pupil. He's mad mad all the time and I just I want science to figure out what that is. When did that change for you and what happened? I don't know I don't it was. I mean I'm sure it was probably just trauma but I was just like. Oh yeah nothing matters like life. Life is short teddy bear on the playground one time. Yeah yeah I honestly like when I lost my mom I was in my early twenties. I was like Wow oh wow because I was pretty serious up until that point. I took everything so seriously That puts life in perspective. Everybody's can gift the things we take for granted rented just walking like I was in terrible. Correct a couple months ago and the doctor is like all the car wrecks like yours. Usually if someone's injured they get paralyzed because the way that your your spine bins. Yeah I'm like I'm training for a marathon right now. I'm so fucking fortune. I can do that. I don't think that's cool that you can recognize it. 'cause most people can't even see that stuff but it took a fucking car wreck to do and I wish wish it didn't have to be that way. I'm sure up until that point like minutes before the wreck happened. I'm sure it was a very irritated. Nothing just not yet. Nothing nothing having a kid gets did you. Could you get to see the world through somebody else's eyes all nine and then you're like oh bubbles are fucking cool. That is magic what am I. Why am I sitting here on the Internet bubble speaking about like the Internet in a howdy? Howdy y'all especially new parents? Decide what line you decide is like this is our private and this is what will share. That's a really good question. It seems you have a kid. 'cause you're so proud I wanNA share it all but then you do wanNA keep suffer yourself on for your new family. So that's a challenge on for us. We look differently. I'm definitely more private. And she's willing to share everything in their life so we have to figure out where the line is for us us. I think if it was up to you everything is like within the limits. Well pretty much. Yeah I mean I still weird. I actually have grown to feel an attachment to social media for the fact that there's just this endless opportunity of community and during my pregnancy like I realized that more than ever like I felt like Oh wait you. You guys aren't just like a bunch of numbers and names like people valid information and like support and I felt so comforting going through something brand new like a man and motherhood. It's like no. That's when you want a tribe of yellow around you the most. That's exactly why I was like well. I'm going to be even more open to sharing the real stuff because says it helpful for me Yeah so I don't know where the line is I think. Like what are we gonNa do with his account. Because it's going to be my father. Ah referring to our friend Asher over the other day. He's like this kid turns sixteen. It's like what do you want the keys to a car. The keys your instagram account. My sister sure she she has a kid I think he he's probably like four or five now same thing just like she has all these followers it most of them are just kind of like watching hurricane grow up and then like. I don't no like like us. We're we're all kind of about the same age like I don't know what I would've done in social media. My parents like me turn sixteen eighteen. Whatever it is? Here's here's the account with all these photos and embarrassing moments your life. You know at least these photos are like the photos are put up would have been horrific curator others aesthetic not putting up like awful awful awful. We had is this weird negotiation because you want them to be part of the world and obviously social media is not going anywhere so you want them to understand what it is and you're proud of your child and you're out of your life and you want everyone to see the best but then it's like I don't know if anyone has a good answer. Yeah it's a weird weird thing and it sucks because ninety nine percent of people on the Internet totally fine. It just takes one fucking Weirdo. You're like I can't do that. We do not. It's just just having something for yourself. It's just like where yeah and you being more private. I'm sure it's like a constant negotiation of like I don't. I don't know why I don't WanNa do this. Not always an answer. Yeah and there's not always like even a good reason to share stuff. Yeah to not share. Yeah both things. It's a weird thing. It's definitely different dynamic when you have a kid because now's like you're responsible for every part of their lives. We don't know what's going to happen. We don't even know what social media will be. He likes five years ten years. Whatever what is that going to do to a kid because right now the kids that are that are babies in the last five to ten years? They're the first ones going through this. So what is that. GonNa do to them Down the line. It's like all those questions are answered. Still so is a weird thing. I haven't even posted on his account yet because I feel to responsible for it or not. I don't don't know what do you like. Black and white. What is your five? which brand new friends art boy? I don't I can't answer that. I don't WanNa be responsible for that. Are Sneaker head is issue to communicate the brand with I. Can't you guys pick okay so my brothers middle name is Giovanni his first. Name's Mario can't get any more until I and then Andrews GRANDPA's name is Garnet. But he goes by G. O.. Gardner like and he went by like Gijon Gijon growing up. Sort of my brother was g man in so we just wanted something like had that g and Gio just fit the feud of yeah. It's a Hella weird though naming a child a weird. Yeah you're naming someone who this is an everyday for the rest of your life yes and and it really does set the tone not unlike the instagram account. Where you're like? I might studying five hundred percent like picking that instagram handle. I was sweating. I thought what about that. I'm like I would just have to pre bully my kid like you come up with a name and then just try to roast your kid on the name wrong. This one is not as easy to row suits. Yeah right right yeah. Kids will just pick a stupider way to rose. It's so true yeah. I have a girlfriend who does that. Whole pitch me? The baby names that I'm like don't do it you you do this. There's a problem with every single one. Though I mean you gotta just like real simple. You have my name was mentioned in school skinny my whole life. My brother's name is Andrew Too. But he's a redhead like me and so it. It was like raggedy Andy Bad move mom and dad. How do you like check those boxes? It's almost like you need like a little like template we're all right. Is this person GonNa get railed for the just go down the list and then you got the name. It's Joe Joe. Johnson Beth. Sorry I can't think of like a really difficult name that has people just can't pronounce. Yeah Yeah then they're just GonNa GonNa make fun of something else but then for the rest of your life like in. How do you spell that? And you're like Z like Zebra. That was my last name. My real last name starts with a Z.. And it's like I had to do this whole thing where it was like. You like umbrella corps get taught the family the until on about them. Well what else do you guys have on your docket right now from the podcast. You've got all the brands going. The Kinder Bah boss. Yes we gotta get you one of the That one that one's really taken up a majority of my time right now. It's another little baby. It's been so fun like if it's so cool to be able to say that there's a huge audience for people that just want cruelty free Vegan beauty owner like. It's like a a thing that people all kind of raise their hands for and they don't have to be Vegan. It's just like a non-negotiable like me. Get on that one. I we always do. The people want to make choices. They you feel good about. Yeah and if you can make that to where they don't have to give anything up then. Perfect like oh you mean the Mascara works just as well as anything else you know. The highlighter looks adjusters. Does bombers and everything that I wanted to be quilty. What's the problem? Yes exactly so like this is the best way to do it. Because it discounts the products significantly. So we put at least seventy eighty five dollars worth of stuff in a beautiful box recycled may with soy based ink. We ship it to your door and you pay like twenty to twenty four dollars. And it's like super easy and we're we're trying to elevate ourselves in every category like clean beauty is obviously our direction. leisure that we have clean products in there as well. We're looking into plastic free options. Were looking into. How do we take your empties and recycle on ourselves? We want to be the the company. That's doing it all and trying to make those choices choices every single box. A portion of it gets donated to our favorite animal rights organizations or environmental organizations. If there's something going on in the world at that time like we will donate to that like. It's just cool part of something like that like I feel like there's nothing like that and there needs to be more nice when you run a business that in what you would have wanted to go. You're like there's a whole I'm an hourly makes it that much easier to be like no. This is good because I would. I use it one hundred if I wasn't involved in it. Yeah I don't like I'm not I so funny them in the beauty space now because I'm not even a big consumer of beauty products but I think the reason for that I was like I would never. I don't think at least I would never go and spend like eighty bucks or one hundred bucks on a moisture like oh no this stuff. His wealth we have is so easily shit. I used to have long hair and I was like. I don't know how it goes through this every day. Pain the our. How easy is this because my hair was like flopping when Iran? I'm done with this show. That must be nice house. Just this piece. John is letting go out beauty. Yeah no it's a joke and the problem is is that the the the the world of the beauty industry. It's like everyone knows that they're going through it so quickly or it expires. You know it's like you're going to spend that much that routinely unfair to some well or you have no choice. You have to go by the jump. That's not good for you. Good for the environment and killing animals. Dumb yeah exactly. It's like no I don't want to absorb all these micro-plastics but I also don't WanNa look like a leather glove going like going from Tom. Where we've all come from grownup in? You have sort of Johnson and Johnson's of the world And you saw this giant ship that we're trying to turn just finally only fuels like we're at the forty five degree angle. We're like yeah. We're major corporations are buying up these vegan companies like I know you're GonNa get an offer from Johnson Johnson. That's crazy and even about just always company the strike the competition snatch you see. Actually this is kind of funny but she actually did follow. Follow our account. Yeah I was thinking wait is it because maybe she wants to be in your industry or whatever she buyer was like go through the address the new mission scratch everyday people WANNA so follow on the journey your new parent Hud and all of this. Where can they find jobs? SELENA got one of your other. No join join us on our mission you to eat more good food. Save the world my counseling alimony. Pretty much everywhere. Mine's not GonNa make any sense at all gifting guy. JFK In St. He grew up on on this memories. 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Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

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Listen, people are already us for like the full menu. We do it every year. We're going to do it again. Just relax. It's coming like. Last year we have like a full thanksgiving. Spreads we do. We'll do a holiday page. We did the twelve days, all dues of sauce hours you to lose your idea. Different as of like gravies and cranberries saw sh- sauces. But yeah, this year we'll do a holiday page. You can get all your sides, your Maine's, your desserts, drinks, all that kind of stuff. All in one place. Listen, a man kicking Austin, the stock lost, and we also that coming Matt. You can have too much sauce. Yeah. What happens if that happens? You lost. Oh my God. I'm so sorry. What's going on, what do we need to talk about? Housekeeping stuff. You know, we are still running that great promotion with custom Birla in southern California, New York. So we are doing any other restaurants and you get our Sunday tomato penny with legume pasta all the proceeds go to a local future. So check it out. You guys get eat. Well, you can do some good and you can see the fucking world. So we're, we're saying somebody us specifically which he's like we say, local food charity because it's in multiple cities, and they're going to multiple charities. So it's just easier for us. But I think in New York, I think it's the food Bank, and I think in the LA food Bank on that or the run feeling project, I can't remember anyways, guys, listen, it's now the, they'll the location. We'll have more information. Don't ask me. A lot of charities are getting money. So fucking stop asking. Going some pasta. And if you chilly, go to our Amazon store, that's Amazon dot com. Slash the kitchen and get yourself an adorable a cult. Hoodie. What what is it Honey? What does that mean? How to look at it. Either sell them like hotcakes their sound like hop hoodies. Oh, that's cute. We solve the foster pop. We should try to get him in the hoodie and take a picture and put around. Social does not a better I do on dog for that. He's a thick boy. He'd probably needs a hoodie. He's so cute guys on more information on Wally or you just wanna see his cute s face go to LA animal rescue, that's at LA are on Instagram or or dot org? Yeah, online and check out his cute low face. He's a keeper. I'll tell you that right now. There's going to be hard one to let go. I mean, they all are, but. Well, he's he's a sweetie. What else? Oh, I told you about that. Stupid targeted at. I got on our Instagram account just going through my own business. And then all of a sudden, this marshmallow laser printer, the one that had like it said housewife information's affirmations on it. It was like marshmallows, but it was like engraved with live laugh. Love the fuck is that I don't know, and hold on, let me big flag. By the way, if I walk into your house and I see less love, goof. Yeah, I was bad on, so it's this is not. This is the opposite of an ad. It's called glow forge-. Why are you plugging them? So it's like this laser printer that's printing on all of these different decals and words onto these like orbison marshmallows and the caption is life is what happens between coffee and one. Yeah, exactly. Because with blue forge make your own laser engraved marshmallows in the comfort of your home. That's I'm bored people shit. Who's thinking about who's going out and getting them marshmallows in grave. What do I do the shit of the comfort of my home if I'm somewhere and so on, breaks out, Marsh, MOS with words engraved on them to. Can you imagine if you came home and your partner? No. Been spent all day laser engraving. Guess what your plying for a job. You're not gonna sit at hormone laser in grave, marshmallow, sit at home all day fucking and Greg marshmallows. Being smith. It was very upsetting. I don't understand why this exists at all, and I hated it. There's a lot of products that should not exist, the avocado slicer betting. You know what? I? I would say that if you are doing something, if you work at a food truck and you're literally just bussing up avocados all day, maybe it makes sense. Got enough of the ninth at that point. You actually don't need it. I'm I'm just trying somebody on social when I said it was useless on Twitter. Somebody was trying to defend it. I was just trying to see both sides. Oh, okay. You mean the makers of the cutter Fleiss there and they're Perner accounts? I don't think it was a Russian avocado slicer account. No, no, no. It was like it was like avocado lover. Five, six, nine, four to stop being such a sheet and there was a wake-up. Sheep will use a knife. We're never going to get to the news. What else is going on Hugo been the victim of the stupidest robbery ever heard of? I don't know from one to Arbroath. Okay. It's fine. I mean, I just, yeah, I had a lot of my shit taken in a very dumb way and I was dumb on your not. There's nothing I did. Our wasn't even and shit was gone. Dumb had happened to, you know, I don't think I wanna talk about it for legal reasons. Let it be known dumb as in the air in Matt's very angry, and sometimes you lose all your Christmas decorations in the stupidest way possible. It was more than that. There's a lot of valuable should miss, but it's fun. I mean, whatever this has been a weird week. I fuck in cut my finger, open cook in the other night. That wasn't fun at once. I'm not the one I'm getting beat up this week. Yeah, I'm not. I'm the one who's not getting owned for the first time maybe ever. No. It's usually MD over here taking hits to the face, but I did find something that made me smile Burger King. I the okay. So Burger King has promo right now. It's a frozen fantas. Scary, black, cherry. It's like. It's like a like a slushy, right? Rosty kind of thing with the seven eleven thing. Oh my God, slow. You know slurpee. Jeez, Ben us. You're going to have an aneurysm thinking about that. I was getting. I'm grew up a block away from a seven, eleven ice, lose your favorite flavor. White. Cherry. Yeah. You like slushy name their top three hits Schweik cherry on. They did a blue raspberry every now. And then. And then when they did the skittles flavors, they do this hour opera word Mark. Yeah. I felt disgusting. I definitely I think I had a temporary diabetes. Suicide. No, we almost grows when you live up the street from a seven, eleven? You get into a lot of your like, that's where this idea came from because this is literally like jet black, which is kind of for something you're going to drink. I don't know that you could offer me sort of other than coffee like beverage. That's just black that I'd be like, all right. Cool. That's I feel about people putting too much charcoal into beverages when they go, this is that healthy? Some charcoal turmeric looks disgusting. So hard from dying your tongue in your lips and your teeth, black, everything in your mouth is going to be stained black. No, mom. I didn't have a. It's going, it's going to look like you're chewing on a sharpie and blew up in your fucking mouth. That's what it looks like. Yeah, that's not a great luck because summers are also reporting that they're poop is blue. I'm not mad about that too. That's kind of fun. I do love. That's kind of a nice little after effect, an exciting PU colored change. What was that story about. Do you want to tell that story? So we'll move onto the next subject, but this is a good story. My good friend neck who helped us during the shoot week for all three of her books helped me cook all the food that you guys on all the photos. He, he was an interesting. Taster. And sometimes he would just like get on a dish and he just eat it till he hate it. So he'd eat like, fuck for like two months until we was like, fuck that. I'm never having it again. Well, he did that with beats one time. To Caesar's something. And he was just shitting blood. News, the color of the thought he was. Obviously dying. And he said, like when he lifted up his shirt that his stomach with work at sea. That's work at sea. There was like staying because he just eating like so many beats. Went to the doctor Dr. Anything unusual about your diet ladies meeting beats. What if our doctors like there you go. Is it taken beach? It's. That's like another version of that, but I like it starts out. Black comes out like new blue. A blue a little. Can you imagine looking. I really wanna take picture, but that's also my poop. Jimmy, you ask someone to come in here to just keep this to myself. That you it for the Graham. I don't know. It's go bomb in their bathroom on just walk out. I think there's poop in here, but blue alien came shit in my toilet. Greg, I swear to God. He just walk in with like your mouth and your teeth and everything stay mock. You're like, what happened? Seriously? Oh my God. If somebody you take oppo after having some of this frozen Fanta scary, black cherry drinks, and I should post it to the ground and Burger King. It Jack breaking, maybe maybe tag. I'll tell you what somebody wants to try this and Taggart's. I'll pay for your drink. I'm curious. But if that ain't blue marginal, get any money, Mike cousin text each other, poof, otas before. So this is not unusual in my environment. My college boyfriend. Never getting to the news. Check to be on more than one. Okay. Shen with a picture of his poo. And it was like, look, it didn't even break. Look, I put up hook, oh God, it's a direct quote. And then the other time he's like, look, it looks like it's wearing a sweater, and he wasn't wrong. The life for how are we supposed to have sex. You could lose attraction for someone when they're texting. You poop photos a lawyer now. He doesn't work in Washington. Does he. Trump junior. I'm just. From shooters. He told me was. Poodle hook. I think about it all the time. No, watching. Before there was who movies it was actual. That's why. Phone developers, stop, Texan photos. We'll give you an an emoji. The NSA just like I can't look at one more shit. To sit there and look. People texting photos all over the world. So much corn every summer, scorn. I'm so sorry. Hours of robots, sex conversation. We've been on a roll alien really sorry America, but the like the grittier these conversations get for some reason. We get new subscribers. So I don't know. It's gonna get worse guys. Well, let's let's start on some maybe some real news, real news talk about shit. Yeah, I, I have been not paying attention to this week, so well, Amazon is raising the minimum wage for all their employees on November first to fifteen dollars an hour and everyone's like l. ING on Amazon. That's so great. Whatever that doesn't. That's not like drivers like those are not contrary employees called free to hire like for like a freelancer. You don't exactly. And also Jeff basis just cleared the richest man in human history, like give them twenty dollars an hour. Let's let's really. You know what I mean? Like congratulations on doing the least. And while people are really excited, you know, whole foods employees now fall under Amazon, suddenly find themselves barely earning more than the new hires. Yeah, so and internal memo from whole foods CEO John Mackey, who is quite the interesting care of you on a. You wanna spend a couple minutes on YouTube, Google, John Mackey interview. He's a character that's for legal reasons. Basically the internal Email outlines how the reasons will work at whole foods, all workers. You currently make less than fourteen dollars an hour. We'll have their pay bumped up to fifteen and while employee's who already make at least fourteen in our, we'll get a one dollar raise and teen leaders so that psych on the managers of each department and they'll get a two dollar bump. Okay. And that's sounds like it's a good thing, but basically now these new hires of you've been working to hold for for like years and you are like sixteen dollars an hour, I know. And they just hired somebody else who's earning one dollar less than you. Yeah, we know experience and that's exactly what would have happened to me. So when they hard, you weren't, you heard starting hired at ten dollars an hour, and then it was during the recession. They did a three year wage freeze for all store level employees. Okay. So I didn't get a raise for three or so. Most of these people are in that same boat where they had their wages freezed for several years where they may. No more money. Well, maybe the company wasn't doing so well. Now they were not losing money. They just record profits. They just weren't making their projected profits, but they were making sudden Turkey, but that's not my and I are projected prophets. Yeah, it was crazy anyway. Then Wayne when they lifted the wage freeze. The effort me at ten cent raise. I remember that you came home and you told me that I was like, would you say? And you were like keep it? Yeah, I don't want it. It was the most insulting shed. Are you fuck? What the fuck? Am I going to do an LA with ten extra cents an hour, the fucking do LA will so yeah. Fuck yourself. I've see what those of you were like, oh, she must have not been a very good employees. I had never even clocked in the late. I had never called out sick. I had no customer complaints like I was the perfect employee on fucking paper, so calculated if you worked forty hours a week for a whole year, you only make two hundred eight dollars more. Not not including what's text. Yeah. So while this is all lovely and I'm glad that they're raising starting pay for most of these people. What are you going to do to make up for the fact that you didn't give people raises for years? And then when you did start giving people raises you keep them ten cent raises as top performing employees. What are you can do about a whole foods whole fears on our rado. They pay online. They sometimes they would put like produce in the back breaker for us when we like for us to take home or whatever, and you're like, oh my God, that sounds so nice how great they would put shit back there. That was so rotten there's the, you couldn't even tell it. There were been inas that you wouldn't pick up because. This photo of it and I sent it to you. Remember that I remember that would is the most insulting shit, my fucking Texas back banana bread question Mark, get. It was tough, banana bread points. Imagine like the managers getting an apple that a small child just took a bite out of and put back and they're like, world employs will love this. Take home the body care products that people had used them returned and we were supposed to be like, thank you so much. Yeah, I took that box of disgusting bananas and I put it on the store leader's desk if smart. Thank you. Deal with it, throw them away because clearly that's the next move here. Oh, yeah. No, it's like somebody put it in the trash can the next day. Actually, this might help morale pulled it out of the fucking trashed to him and put it in the break room booth. It's fuck. You know the part of God. It's a lot, Amazon dot com. Slash kitchen. Vitamer. It's a real messy situation was. Call us one day like, hey, so we listened to the podcast. Amazon's gonna coalesce. I mean, we talked to them often often enough. I know you had some kind of fun product he wanted to talk about. Yeah, you're the so dumb to even explain this. But in the nineties, I remember the night leaves. There was a band named corn with a k.. I think that pretty much everyone listening. Yeah, them I think the last the singer front man's last name was Davis. 'cause I remember feeling great shame. Oh, it is Davis. We're we both remember. I mean, obviously what you remember, but. Oh man, that's that's an l. for the Davis. Almost lead singer of corn. They're making coffee now. I don't know what if the tagline isn't get your freak unleashed. I don't think it is. I don't think they have a tagline. They just spell it coffee with a k. like how misspell corn Mr. hit me back tagline for you. All on learning about Korn cannot spell you. First of all, they still exist, but they're terrible spelling. Where do you think this Cuffy's retailing? I don't know. I just heard about it on social and people were, I guess they sent out like samples to people because like influencers, shit, like never get anything like that because we say, no, I people ask, but we turned down like a lot of ship. I don't even see anything that's tempting. I feel like I because like they give to influencers to like ironically post, but it's still people are still taught like four fucking talking about right now. But like Cassie, David, Larry, David's daughter, she just got a cool influence or pack from Lowe's smokes. What the hell. We're so fucking pro weed on this. I'm mad about anything like that. Fuck with lows, and I checked, we have significantly more agreeable. Eight. Corns corns making coffee, and it was on my radar and it's fucking weird. I'm going to try to find a bag in tasted that like wear. Like when dealer be Ralph's nights is that they, they're selling it on there. Okay. So it's on their website. You have to buy directly from them topic. Just topic wise in it in hot topic. Go get your Led Zeppelin t shirt on the same pants. Pink Floyd t shirt at hot topic, and you get a free bag of corn, coffee poster journey. Go get your choker. Yeah. Fucking topic. Oh, I still around. Yeah, I, I don't know. Our malls still around on. We were in a mobile night. That was very weird. It was odd. Yeah, we went down the south coast plaza for the event with costs Parrilla. We met a bunch of people. They were all super supportive. Sweet, but I was like looking around for like a Spencer's gifts. See out of business. We are generated fart machine. I don't know anymore on. Dot com slash kitchen. Kitchen for me. Would you own premium farts dot net? I don't think that redirect. So it just goes to a broken your l. but we do own that. It's my favorite. Sites we should. We should go through that director putter kitchen. You. I dunno, corn, coffee guys. I bet they would really like corn coffee on the island on wrecked. Oh, yeah. Yeah, very smooth transition. I'm sure the the characters on wrecked, anything on their blocks, just washes up and it's just corn coffee. They're like, fuck this, and they pushed it back out into the ocean. Get back. We'll be talking with one of the stars of wrecked. Awesome. Ali all about how much fun it is on site and how he's made it in Hollywood. I saw him world back on stage. He's very funny. He was funny in person. He's funny and of sentence. The stay tuned. 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I have a four thirty. I need to get to about fifteen minutes. Now let's tighten. I wanna start doing that on with my family. You know you really Hollywood back home in me. Like mom, I got a three PM I gotta get the hell outta I know are just got here about split. My family's fucking Christmas card. It's usually like a picture of a family, normal Christmas, right. My mom couldn't get us all in the same place at the same time. So it's a picture of my brother and his friend? No, you saw this picture of my, my brother and his girlfriend looking nice normal. And then like eight, the cut Matt out of whatever headshots and it's just my head shot fun on the Christmas card. Next. It looks like they don't know me fucking. And I was like, fil Hollywood baby. Needs to know how to use Photoshop. It's parents. Yes, they are in the business photographs so much. Yeah. I mean, they got nothing else going on. Nothing else to do. I love a good brutal, Christmas card. Yeah, the meanest one I've ever seen. I don't wanna say who it is, but a family member of family member of mine Photoshop themselves in the Christmas car, clean their skin up, you know? Oh, hell. Yeah. Yeah, left their spouse hanging no Photoshop on the spouse. What's I opened the above? Psycho. It's my, my family listens. One of them is completely retouched. Yeah. And the other one is just like a photo. Surprise them with the photo do and they're, you know, they're kind of like cheek-to-cheek the best. What about those types of photos though? Is that when you adjust them like that, it's like the lighting is different. So it's even drew. Wait, like the shadows disappear suddenly it's like, Why's your face? So flat? Yeah, I didn't know what they. Why did they got a monster face tune? Is the funniest thing in the there was for the longest time. Funny. You know, it's crazy though, is I who we fooling. Yeah, but it's also like it's becoming this thing where now I feel like I don't think it has reached dude yet. I feel like every woman who's in that spear of that kind of a world, they have to do it. Oh yeah. Otherwise it becomes a weird thing where now there people are so used to everyone looking like that if a person doesn't look like that, then it's like what happened? It's almost like when like female friends that I have are like, yeah, I went to work without makeup on one day and everyone thought I was sick. Oh, it's the rudest thing to certain look, right, and everyone is doing it. And then if you don't show up one day, they're like, are you. The play started are patient zero need a banana. I will say this as somebody a couple of months ago, a dating app for the very first time until I saw a lot of male photos and they have found the face tune. Yeah, they know who else is Don Jr.. Yeah, it's about news. Yeah, it's bad news like his Fox News girlfriend doesn't to him. So I guess it's kinda not his fault, but like I don't know. I'm not trying to improvise on. Know Justice put up photos that I thought look worse than idea in person. That's smart. So that way I shop and like. All right girl. You're welcome every you like a fake moustache. Yeah, I was like making a face and then yeah, and just like just, you know, like like a b. plus day you can get swiped either way apps for women is just like, dudes get on, and they just, they. They don't don't even look anymore should be like an Olympic sport, like how many so you can get in like. There's an app the plugs into the dating apps automatically when you open it up automatically. Swipes all dad's raise a friend showed it to me. You're a sociopath for having that on your phone, even it's not even, hey, we met on a dating app. It's like, hey, we met through an algorithm. Plugging through the fuck after my app. Super. Fuck. Future's here baby on my God. It's rough. It's rough. We should talk about act. You're super funny. I saw at the laugh factory. I think it was like maybe a year ago. Yeah, you're very funny. The show on TBS. Yeah, very talented. Do you cook to like? Should we watch our backs. I'm not not I'm learning now. My my dad is is a phenomenal cook. When I was growing up, my mom ended up working the night shifts that my dad would have to cook for a solid time. It's actually kind of like a point of contention between the two of them silent point of contention because my father, then over the years became a phenomenal cook. He can cook anything, but has it sort of my family's from India. So he has that sort of flair to it, adds that to everything. It's kinda nice. So just the next level dishes, he'll be one a burrito. And then it's like an Indian spice, kind of like this. You should try. We're gonna have leftovers, but we fucking ate it on. Would make these sorts of things where I'm one of four boys. So it's just like a lot of just whatever's in there, we'll eat it. Yeah. And so he would specialize in my parents by the way for my mother by dad with it. My mom actually when I when she was pregnant with me, she told my dad because they're both one of eight. Okay. So they came from very big families, so small family for more. They're from right to my mom. This was like stopping at two kids. So she was like tomato. If this one meaning me is a boy game over on. Actor. I'm not doing this again. Respected. We can only somebody coffee tables, fucking everything numbers game at this point. Right, right. So hard shoes out of the game, but my dad would then make these large quantities of things that we could just eat almost like street food in India, like just take it and eat it with bread or whatever. And it would be very delicious. So he'd make like these really good shut knees or ground beef dishes. Lot of vegetable curries and stuff like that. But things are very, very tasty. But any idiot could just take you could take a loaf of bread and dip it in there and eat it, and it'd be like the most amazing amazing thing look forward to eating. So like now, like the past month or so, I've been really trying to like learn from him like seventy four now and he time to download that info needed, download up into that. I need to tap into that. But also it's like we've been getting shamed our whole lives for not knowing especially my, my brother's wife. My sister-in-law is they, they both work. He's like a doctor and he's working and so they don't have time to kids. They don't have hours to spend cooking and also they haven't grown up cooking their whole life. They don't have the tools available to just be, oh, I can do this, this and this. So my parents will just routinely shame them in the most passive, aggressive way home eating them sandwiches. Indian affairs is like you might as well be feeding us like dogs. Brought her and Celli. Yeah, trough monster. Father regularly when we wouldn't, we would go to restaurants. His number one thing is you would order the food or whatever, and he would get it and because he's his tastes are sort of fine. He's used to such. I mean, seeing the and it's like there's so many flavors. Everything sucks in comparison, right? He's eating it, and he will say this out loud and he'll be like. There's no taste. The waiters. It's like, I'm right here within earshot of everyone enters. It's not just. My graduation dad's. It's not really about the taste of the food, but he's just very unrelenting in that. But he knows what he likes really knows what he's like, and he's right. Yeah. Times that I've gone. I remember the first time I went, I went back to India. Because we all grew up in the states here, and we would always feel like it's like pizza. You know what I mean? Like that's what it is, and then you go over there in, you're like, I get it. I get why he's yelling. The same people go to like Europe and they go like Italy, and then they come back and they're like dick heads to you at dinner. She's you think this, this is good cheese. What I had an event, Venice, whatever, like they'll do that. That's the croissant. The whole cheese. Bless his heart, but apparently they've had to live in this country for that long being like damn it. Yeah, and it will. And they had four kids and they were both working. Yeah. And so they're like step up. You grew up in Arizona Ragu veneers on when I moved, I lived in Chicago after I start doing stand up in high school and then I moved to Chicago to go to school. I stopped going college for two years because I started like touring and that's a fun problem. The quick college for. Yeah. And then I came out here in two thousand eleven. Yeah. And sorry. Two thousand ten two thousand ten. I was going to say it's like lie straight up. And so, yeah, that I've been out here for the for that amount of time. And I still, I want people to Email you guys, whatever they do. I, there's no good Indian restaurants in not really. It's I have a very good friend of mine who's Indian in his cooking is the best Indian. I've had. Has a lot of good Indian code dose of San Francisco has some good stuff. Awesome. Good. Yeah. The only place I really like here in Los Angeles is a porno own Venice, fund Venice and Culver city? Yeah. It's also there and Indian food. If you like dosa headed. I've been there. Yes, I live in Culver city. My parents are. Yeah. Okay. That places good mosh is is pretty good, but I just feel like straight up. Yeah. A lot of the food in a lot of ethnic food in general is being made for people who are not of that. Yeah, it's their seasoning for a wide palette. Yes, not an l.. Palette, one hundred percent even that it's, it's just that the the the taste palate in America is is, is sugar. Yes. And, and so like for example, if you get any sort of couriering thing here, you'll tastes like sugary. And then when I went India for the first time psych. Oh. There's like a whole million other flavors that were playing with here and it's blew my mind. I don't think I've ever had true masala until my friend cook do for me. I was like this ball. It was ninety difference what testament for home cooked food guy. Got. So you've got an accommodate a pretty young age? Yeah. Got you. In comedy, I'm really obsessed with it. My hope I dream was to play basketball. How'd that work out? Did not work. I ceased to grow pretty quickly. Funny. My dad would tell me I'll be like, I'm gonna. I'm gonna be good. I was pretty good. Yeah. But after like sixth grade, I'm no longer in the game. And so and so my dad had always look look at us. I remember when I stopped it was like three. I went to seven grade eighth grade ninth grade tryouts right when I got just no, no dice on all three. And I remember freshman year or maybe sophomore year, try out. I got elbowed in the face because I was like doing everything I was like tonight me, I'm going for steals your Pete Rose. I'm gonna work harder, fucking headfirst. And I got help it in the face, and then I came home and I'd like this big fat live images, ten me. He's like, can us. Almost like Rama Dr. Pichit do here. What are you doing? You're taller than me and your mom and taller. You think you're going to get my parents are like, I'm not even. That's all there are four inches shorter than wrote, so I signed. I hated it. Son would we doing? I was like, yeah. I mean, I guess you're right. I mean, I'm not. This is not going to turn around for me. This is it for me. The were like comedies. Always really loved comedy. And then I remember my brother brought his laptop home and he had all this comedy stuff like on this folder, and I remember listening to it. And then we, my brother's friend quit the cable company, and he legally hooked up cable into our house. And so I had comedy, central TV, nine and other like I watch Coenen. Yeah, like that and just consume every. And I remember like when member like natural in lime wire Nashik came out. Yes, I literally would I typed in comedy, download everything. I probably like ruined all the computers. Now. I had many Mitch Hedberg special. Ninety percent of the content online wire was viruses. You are having unprotected sex with the with the internet. And so I listened to all that and I got like really, really obsessed fit. And I start writing stuff and gosh, are doing this, and then I would hit up like open mic and stuff. And I was like, I was kind of cool. I remember at the teacher at the time, let me do it a little bit. Like on Mondays, you'd like me get him from the class and do like three minutes of bullshit. And this fine guy get like my hit rate was not great for starting out for starting out who was pretty great, but not bombing wasn't bombing bombing for sure. Like if I looked at it now. Yeah, not not bombing. Laughed here and there. Right. So I was just enough to keep you only need one when you start Thursday. Like this will keep me going for the rest of my life pretty bananas. You get one laugh and you're starting out and you're like, I'm good for the week. It's a pretty high. Yeah. I, it's been years since I've done any comedy, but yeah, I bombed the ones in. I was like, I'm done. I was enough for me that was like God can't stand up a whole different breed of personnel. Just not ready for when you came to allay, what were you doing like you were doing? I was doing, I was doing. I was going on the road doing colleges and some clubs, and I've been started going out on Titians stuff shitty day job. No. The only day job that I had was I worked at lenscrafters in Chicago outside in the suburb of Chicago, Brooke court. And I worked at the mall out there because my sister-in-law who's an eye doctor. Got me, got me. That gig shots are. And I, it was fine. I had the problem with me is I feel like I was I was happy with stand up and I was sort of content and I was like, this is my life. I guess I do stand up and I work at lenscrafters. I never really loved the job, but the problem is I didn't like I didn't hate it from my heart. Yeah, I just didn't like it and I had like a routine. This is by the way the death of all my friends. This is why most people stay at their shitty jobs. Right? Aside from money in those things, the reason why people just don't leave in my opinion is they get stuck in this routine get comfortable, and there's just like, I guess this is fine. This is my routine that I was totally fine with. I would take my break from work. I would go to Taco Bell. I would eat some horrible just very delicious. But more America's favorite Mexican restaurant. What a shame. The Trump presidency. And then I would go to Brooke stone, and I would sit in a massage really Schick that ground beef. Then. Go back to work, relax any job wants to keep their employees just content and there forever. Get it massage, chair, and people are just going to be like, I guess this is my thirty more years than I left that I came out here and I was pretty frugal. I lived in a very, very beneath my means, and I just horde it up all the money making off of touring, and then I'd go out and do all these additions. And I started booking a lot of pilots, but none of them were really going. So I do little guest stars here in their book pilot, which is a big deal to pilot toiler, but it's not something you can go on the road and get better gigs out of because like next guy booked. First step. Aside of show that you'll never. Up for his hard work like there's no, there's nothing from that. So I was out here doing that. And then I with a couple of my friends hustle been hunt shoes on the daily show thing for him on wars, really funny comedian and aerosol theorists who's a really funny comedian, but he's a director at the time and still is the we all linked while we were doing stand up here because we couldn't get additions at the time. Pre woke LA seven years ago. Any audition that we were getting was like terrorists or some dude with stereotypical accent for no reason? Yeah, which is like into the accent thing. People always be like, yeah, why don't you do that? People actually Zona x confused even that it's this. It's when people ask you do accent. Usually it's in lieu of something actually of the writing actually being funny. Yeah. So it isn't like when you know force Whitaker does an accent and he's playing a dude in Africa. Right. And you're like. Oh, but that's a three dimensional character and him having an accent is just information on who he is. It's not the ace. This character. So he was that in the terrorist shit. And we luckily were in a place because we're all touring and stuff that we would just say no to it. Because I remember hearing from older people who were just actors who are Brown hor like, don't do it. Man look at me. Right? I and these people were like legit like they went to very high level acting schools and they've come out here like, you know. Real contract credentials and they're like Calintaan the whole? Yeah. Beyond that they were just like really gifted in in the whole idea behind acting as you do work begets work. Yeah, the phrase, right? You do the job and the people find out that you're good, and then you'll get another job and those opportunities will increase because people will be like, hey, even though he's been doing these things, he's great. Give him these other opportunities guys, undeniable. The problem is when you look like this and they look at your, your your resume and they see terrorist terrorist terrorists, you know, that's what you have. You know what you have that's getting cat. So it's like, yeah, if you're like a white guy, you have range when you do that. But if you're Brown is you're either criminal or your terrorists like that's just who you are. So we saw that writing on the wall because of those people giving us at info. So we're like, we gotta find some other way to get in. So we were doing sketches reform the sketch group called goat phase. So we did that for a long time and that got really popular like Hudson dot. The daily of that I started booking lotta shit through that all of our reels for a long time. And then through that we were all working and then fast forward, right. I get on wrecked, got Craig Robinson show, and then I did wrecked. And then wrecked is like amazing, shoot. We shot the first season in Puerto Rico, and the second third was in Fiji, and it's like you're three months off. Not at all. The best I had worked with wolf Greenberg onto other failed. And you're like, third, time's charter. And so that shows so great. Shipley brothers were really funny show that they were just using as a sample to get staffed on another show, and they're like tedious at the time was going through a change. So they're like, hey, let's just make this and they're like, oh shit, amazing. And that's why the shows so fun because they weren't even planning on it, fitting into a more of most shows that are made are like, hey, we have a mandate. We need a multi campus with this in this thing, and you have all these boxes you need to take off. They just want to show that they're like, we just like this, and we think this is funny. And I mean as far as the pilots reading at that time there all a lot of them are really bad. Yeah, I was like there's a lot of crap out there. Like one of my first jobs when I moved here was I mean I was, but every night I would go home outreach scripts and I'd have to give over the next morning. So it was like I would work a twelve hour day, go home and read three terrible conscripts that aren't have to give notes on. And it's just amazing how bad shit there is that explains why wrecked. Like we just so fucking funny, like right out the gate and it was like, he's not playing with what? Like scared money. Yeah. No, no, no, yeah, yeah. Yeah. It wasn't like, hey, we need to fit this act. This guy in here because we have a deal with him. We need to put this guy in. We need to, you need to hit this thing off that it was just very much purely. We like this. This is funny, and this is different. We want you to make this. So we went to Puerto Rico and we shot the pilot and those super fun. And then we all thought this is crazy. This feels so funny that there's no way we were so used to doing things getting on air that we would do would be things that fifties, check boxes that were bad. And then we felt like it's just a job, whatever, but rectory like there's no way they're gonna. Let us make a season of this when they did. That's why the whole three years has been like a dream, like all to actually work to get a job on any TV shows hard enough then to like, have get picked up is even harder, but then to have it actually be something that you can. I can tell people, hey watches and not have to preface it with. It's just a job. Got right. You don't have to make concessions be like, oh yeah. What I was doing at the time, but. This other project it's coming out. It's going to be really good. Yeah. So we we did that and it's on the third season's out now you can watch the first two seasons for free on the app. You don't need a cable logging, but on top of that to piggyback that the sketch that we did, we now did a one hour sketch special on comedy central that will be out in in November grew. It's called goat face and it's it's, it's sketches. We did like a whole ten sketches in the hour, and then we're all doing like a little bit of standing talking. That's awesome. That's great. Life comes around, look like, all you had to do was create your own fucking content fucking Esau. That's it for people who haven't watched rack over the basic wrecked is, I mean, you can probably put yet erectus. Basically, the basic premise of it is a plane. Full of strangers is flying to Thailand for vacation those planes most planes. And so the plane crashes kind of like the show loss. And the difference is when we all wake up, whoever the survivors are, all the smart capable people die. So now it's just a bunch of dufuses on this island trying to survive and they're selfish and and they're rude to each other. But they also in the end they sort of come together. So sort of like, you know, a new, it's always sunny, meets, Gilligan's island. Thank you guys, one outlandish fucking thing after another wreck. Extremely funny. Gate from the pilot. Usually you have to kind of get through the first couple of percents. When you tell someone he watched his show, but like the pilot shows kind of figuring stuff out, wait for episode wreck new. It'a was immediately fucking dove right into that. And it's really funny guys have such eight diverse in great casts. Normally when we have a gas, I'll watch like an episode to just like a feel for the show I binged. Oh. Fucking funny. Then you guys you, it's so cleverly written. I feel like every thing that said is a punchline, everything is a joke. A whole point of the show was to make show that a lot of the shows out right now that are comedies that I love to are the whole trend now is drama. So saying a lot of the comedies are like dramas, and then they have some jokes in them. The Shipley brothers with this show wanted to make just straight up comedy. I, it's jokes, I and then you'll have heart and because the stakes are so high, the jokes then lend themselves so much quicker and you can fit so many more because our lives are literally endanger it plays on all these like desert island tropes that people with. So like you said, like yoga Zeilinger plays off, loss plays off survivor all these things that people are used to it just being like very heavy. Just being like, oh, what's going to happen? Like. You guys just like. Panicking, and it's so fucking funny. Right, right. And it's, I mean, it's just really fun show to work on and like you're saying it's just like it's the most binge -able. Yes, such an easy show to binge and I'm just I'm just pumped to be on it. Yeah. That's a great story. There's no not terrible jobs, no Fiji. I don't know. You don't have my empathy. Here we are in a dark room and mid city. LA podcast is the new thing man. Somebody said there were like underwear salesman are real. They're just called podcast. But you know, it's crazy about podcasting now is like a lot of. A lot of the way too, especially for comedian friends of mine like he used to be like the big thing would be. I mean, it's still is amongst comedians to like, do a late nights. Right? And that would back in the day, be the thing when you got invited over to the, what does it Janis. Yeah. Get to sit down and talk to them like that used to be a career maker. Right? You did stand up on on late night. Now, here's your TV deal. Here's this. Nowadays, it's like you were on that. Okay. I had thirty million other things I needed to pay attention to. It's like the drop in the bucket. It's more of like a, it's it means a lot to comedians, like of corn. A great achievement, but now it's now it's this hot casting because it's like a more personal thing and every comedian that I know and a lot of artists that I know it's a really great way for them to not have to. These studio systems and they only have they only have so many spots. Yeah, you know, and does the same publishing a right and it's like, so we only have these many spots. And so the great thing about this is you can sort of move around that and find your own audience. And so now it's come full circle in a way where comedian friends that I came up with who couldn't get anyone to come out to see them. Even though they're really funny because they weren't on TV shows and the Orn in movies, and they didn't have the traditional resume. They have these big fucking podcasts, and now they're getting bigger audience than I am. Right. Like big guests and big gas people are now more into that human connection. They really want to know who you are, what your deal is and if they ride with you, it's like a writer dice, situa- total. They're like, we know everything about you were coming out and it's it's more personal. So I feel like this podcast. It's it's a game changer for sure. I mean, should all go to feed you for you can cost with. Don't arm. Yeah, fine. I'll I'll we're cross services aren't even need to be on the phone. I don't them. Doing skip script coverage anymore? We shit, I, I know LA needs me to bag their groceries because it's fucking trash out there. Oh, my bad. It's. So why would you put hot food frozen real quick. Give some tips. Let's say someone's bagging their own groceries. Yes, what you do, build walls people. So you take you got canned beans, tomatoes, pasta, wall, Bill corners, still go to the corners of the bag. Yeah, unbuilt some walls. Then you have the middle, then let's put your produce maybe is coming in a plastic shell. Okay. Let's do our herbs. Maybe. You know if you're being some cucumbers like things that can take some weight here in the middle, and then we set up and then okay, don't put soft stuff on the top of every fucking bag. Because when you gotta stack you're fucking bags in your cart or your trunk, your car, you're smoking all of it. So here's my technique is I do, especially about your technique, he didn't. You weren't a professional vendor. Taught me. When you have multiple bags, I do all the stuff softens and its own bag. All one bag. Yeah. And group by what needs to go in the fridge. Because if you're lazy like me, I'll put all the cold stuff together, not necessarily to keep it all cold. Yeah. You literally have bags at our office right now. The need to be put away. It's all what grocery store has the best highest quality bags, the bags like variance. No, no. Like the bad quality. If you're going to pay the ten cents, if you're going to dip into that Bank account draw, you know target has that thick plastic. Yeah, those are pretty nice. Those are pretty. You can use them for other non grocery purpose. Oh, absolutely. Wet bathing suit. You going into target bag. Yeah, I love it. I love it, thick plastic. I'm here for it. I'm here for the paper bags. Your role in the fucking dice? I like the paper bags because I put on my circling those too. Me too. Let's in the back. I am amazed. When did you when did you place get the recycling bins I had to ask for them? Yeah, my leading when I moved in my landlady like, oh, we don't recycle bullshit. Like it's the west. You talking to ask and she's like, Wellstone it cost like ten bucks a month. Whatever the fuck it is. I was like, okay, do you want me pay for that? Because I'd rather recycle like so I had. I didn't have it up until probably three or four years ago. And then I went home to Houston when my dad is and I had no, actually it was. It was opposite. I was like, hey, like, where do I put my beer? And he goes, oh, you start in the trash. I was like, no, the fuck. We don't laugh. No, we are starting recycling today. Yeah, I was very upset about that. He's like he recycles like eighty percent of waste, say very proud of him. There you go. Wait a pop eight. Shown the world. You can change later in life crowd you, I'm from California when I recycle. No, no. Like your job, I quit. The grocery surrounded you quit. Did you do dramatically? No told her. I told her, I wasn't sure what did you want her to do both of us? Why didn't matter when we got the book that we shown? I actually date and then we got the book deal. Then we broke up. When you get that fame your date up? Yeah, yeah. Rowling myself. That if it was like I'm getting her guys. Yeah. Autre money, bad chicken, the writing. What I wanted from show was not come home from work every day and cry doesn't. I'm wanting. Sound. It wasn't like who you like. Does not you. I have family members who work in grocery store who call me and be like, fuck that place, dude. And I'm like, yeah, man, quit. Yeah, people. I mean, anyone who's worked with the general public knows it's they route to you. Oh my God. Fuck you weigh. Give me some example here on older man. Who had come in in the mornings, and he would buy an orange juice and like a bagel. And he would leave his changes like that's for last night. And I'd be like, that's not funny, sir. Like please take your money and he's like, no, this for last night. And it was like, no, sir. Like please take your money and go, and he's like, you stuck up at your so fucking full of yourself and. Yeah, anything you fucking or if you don't take this money, I'm gonna punch you in the fucking mouth. All the Time Warner thing this shit coming coming out, hot in like a bunch of guys get drunk in the parking lot, and they ran behind the meat counter, grab the knives off the wall, trying to stab each other. What else can in the perch, what now. I had a hole in the side of my shirt and the back of the cash registers are open and a guy slid his hand into. Yeah, and grabbed my Tut's this a grocery store. One thirty in the afternoon. And I worked at a bar in high school and was worse at the grocery store. And people were surprised when I had to stop sending girls on cart run. So Kurt run is what it sounds like when you go out into the parking lot and. And you collect all the grocery carts. Oh, yeah. So you're out there for a while? All the guards from the disparate parts of the parking lot. And we had to stop sending for awhile because we would all get solicited for sex. Joshua sitting in their car in California. Yeah. And guys would offer the women money to perform sex acts on them in the parking lot in the middle of the day, I I have. I have so many more stores. You write a book about that actually fast. Hey, this was this is my memoirs of the x. amount of time I went to the store and I'm just going to list every single time. All of the things that happened enough if you would come home and she would tell me this shit and I'm like, that is horrific. And I'm so sorry that you're going to that in like my family member who call me and tell me stories, and he's a guy, but he also has horrific stories, and I'm like, listen, guys. I'm sorry that your job sucks. But from the outside looking in, a lot of this is really fucking. To be a pilot. There's no worse time to work in a grocery store than cherry season because you know, they always have the big mounds cherries in the people just eat those and they take. Just put him anywhere. Like on every fucking shelf on everything they'll hand them to you from their mouths into your hands. Doesn't pull a garbage. Can their garbage cans ever. Yeah. Do you know how many dirty diapers? No, always everywhere. This is not about the drug she's now, but I need to fastening. Before before we even got the book deal, we wrote a pilot. Floated into our agent and they were like, yeah, I don't know like this is you know, real grocery stores like who's gonna watch that and then super super, but super sore came out and we were like, they fucking nailed it. Got it. We saw restore like, did they read our pilots seen where they have like a vigil setup for one of the employees died and then people start putting go back on the table. Exactly. How would be. Fucking Munster's, but yes. So you're lucky. You never worked at the grocery store lenscrafters. Sounds Dopas. Faulk Li, I wasn't a woman. Nightmare. You guys, you guys have to navigate life. You don't get like you should get a monthly stipend for harassment. Oh, offset the cost of feminine hygiene products of anything surprise with that shit God. And also, you know, be be funny and I was able, and if people think you're sick. We gotta get up at thirty minutes earlier. We can go back and laugh at that. Now, like that point of our lives. Like I would tell you the shit that I was doing as a PA shows like, man, that sucks. But here's my day. And then I'm like. Like. Anybody out there having a real rough, go at work, it gets better. It gets better Bill. You watch wrecked, it'll take you. He'll take your mind empathize. Well, that's enough about me and the fucking girl. Dana had some shitty runs as a one of my told the chowder story on the park. I want to hear the chowder story. Okay. Really I don't think real quickly some production systems. It's my first job. I start the mail room and for people who aren't in l. a. it sounds like it's glamorous job. You're basically like a gopher. You are fetching pretty much anything. Everything you're human, you're human post mates, but you have to do everything meaning it could be down to get me one paper clip. Yeah, it's eighty miles away from here back in ten minutes and I'm gonna pay you minimum wage, absolute bottom of the food. You work minimum sixty hours a week, like my job when I started was like in the mail room and like I think I was paid five hundred week, but like after taxes and everything was like my take home was three fifties. I wasn't even making rent nothing. So my first couple of years in LA I was just like credit card debt, but so chatter to Jeter job. And I got on a producer's desk because this isn't just didn't come in one day and then never came back. And I was like, cool job opening on that desk over there. I'm gonna take that. And they were like, hey, like we need you to go to the. He has some actors and producers who are coming to his house in Bel Air, and they're gonna talk about script and he has having clams flown in from the east coast like aunt, a private plane right now, and you need to go pick up the clams. You need to take them to plans. It was like, is there anyone else on the plane? I was like, do you know how first of all a private plane to take hate that. I knew this a private plane to take off because I booked it for all of my bosses just to take off twenty thousand fucking dollars, and I had bosses, hey, can you ready jet? And I'll have to call the pilot call staff and everything. And then my boss, I can buy. You know what? I'm not gonna fly, call everyone back and be like cancelled plane police. So the clams clams on a private plane coming to Los Angeles, I go and I picked up these and we have homeless anyway. Oh, yeah. I go pick up the clams. I go to his house and BelAir and I have to go back to the office because he, he wasn't there when I was there in the morning, and he gives me this recipe for clam chowder, but it's too recipes. He wants sort of like overlapped. So he's like, once you start the recipe from here and then finish it on these step question, how do you have clams fly a private plane money, but you don't have chef money. Chef and for some fucking reason. And I feel like this just my own personal hell because I'm still in like my first six weeks away. He was, I want you to teach my like housekeeper to cook this Osas chef now working today. He's like, no, he's at the house. He's just busy with stuff. I'm like, okay, so so I go to the house is housekeepers speaks English. My Spanish is like fucking nominal best and I go, and I'm having to explain this recipe to them and we're standing and we can't cook in the house because he has like Monet's original paintings in-house. So he's you need to cook outside because the smell will like permeate, the paintings, and then they lose value. So it's like one of those days that it's one hundred fucking ten degrees in Los Angeles, and I'm standing in this outdoor kitchen on the side of a cliff in BelAir wearing like a black shirt pouring sweat trying to speak my worst Spanish possible clam chowder clam chowder and. And I just start dry heaving and like vomiting over the side of this. Because it's so much fucking pressure. And it's like, because I've had such a manic more going to the fucking Burbank airport. These clams going back to studio to talk to my boss and they going to the house. I haven't fucking eaten. I'm super dehydrated, my body shaking at trying to make clam chowder for. I'm not gonna say their names, but very famous people. And being a constant the entire job, the emotion of being a PA is just your in trouble yet all the time. That's just what your life is. Twenty four hours a day. Yeah, I'm about to be fired. Yeah, always all the time and they would do that. They would remind you how replaceable you are. Did you make clam? Chowder did, and I, I was able to meet one of the people who are nice fucking guy. Manual working for? Not the man I was working for the man working for is so much like did they like the clam chowder yacht and he talked. He was like, yeah, had flown in from the east coast and like made special for y'all. And I'm just like standing in the kitchen just like he's drinking. I just got the faucet going. I'm just drinking. Hydrated from a garden hose outside. It was miserable. So, hey, here's a Luna bar. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. No, this guy, he's a billionaire. He has multiple houses. He has multiple yards multiple jets. He would every day he we eat fried chicken and fucking walkers, Burger King. And I'm like, dude, if I had your money, I would have an endangered species flame to every day. I would eat that for lunch. What the fuck are you doing? That's how you become a billionaire. I guess. Petty is fuck. So people can help you become a billionaire. Where are you where you touring? Where can they find? You can find me on social media. It's at e. comedy, comedy, and then that will have all my stuff on that you can find maturing dates and all that goes nowhere for come back. We will find out the end of the season. I think next week will be sewed eight or seven. Sorry. And then they usually tell us at the end of the season, but between us between us and the people listening right now, I feel pretty good. I feel pretty good about to. It's I feel about ninety five isn't too good. Get right. Like there's no way. If you guys want to start from the beginning to the sap, you can. You can watch the first two seasons. You don't need a cable logging or anything. Yeah, and they also have it on Amazon and YouTube you have to pay. It's nothing was pulled it who it's so tricky. They always changed their contracts and I'm like, oh, I want to watch my favorite show. Fucking gone. TBS has and has great screen grabs of your face at the beginning of the really does, and you're very funny. You love your character. We appreciate you being thanks for coming. Pay off, you're looking to buy a car. You're probably familiar with terms like MS RPM. You might even know what it stands for. Not me. I had to go Google. What does that actually mean? I can tell you won't. 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Saved By The Meal Prep with Tiffani Thiessen

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

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Saved By The Meal Prep with Tiffani Thiessen

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And if you want to bring a animal home to your family, go to LA animal rescue don't be the person that gives someone a puppy. Don't do it. So it's, but if you are an adult, and you have children and they've been asking for a dog for a long time while it would be great get them a rescue. They will be grateful. They will be patient. They will be kind and unlike puppies, they will not won't destroy. He's and kittens, very cute, and they get adopted I, and there are a reason they're the reason they're cute is because otherwise you would kill them. No. We should. I'm glad that we're talking about this in Florida the election just happened and voters overwhelmingly voted to make a greyhound racing a legal. So there's going to be about eight thousand dogs that are going to need homes. If you guys enough me greyhounds are very sweet dogs, very mellow. They like to just nap and like cuddle. So if there's any mother Fokkers in Florida. Consider adopting or fostering, one of these retired Zimmer's. Yeah. On the professionals. Decorated zimmer. Florida got a lot of things wrong in that election. But they got this, right. There was that to either it was like Florida voters could be voting between like ice cream and a kick in the head. It would still be forty eight fifty two. Very fucking. Damn. That's true. It's not great here. At home, though. Everything's on fire. Looking all of California's on fire. We have huge fires in northern California. As of this reading, they're already five people have been killed up. Their whole cities have been destroyed in northern California all of Malibu right now here in southern California has been evacuated believe all Calabasas has been evacuated is on fire again. And I feel like I mean we're used to fire season, but doesn't it seem like fire season lasts longer in? The fires are more intensive repair. He doesn't seem like it's ever not fire season. Now is what to me there? That's because it's made small year. It feels like now we're supposed to be moving into the wet months as dry shit and everything is versus into flame. We were both as we were getting here. We're both coughing because the air quality is so shit is a red as hell pinko. The fuck did you do I resolve in the before we walked into the booth? Yeah. I was just like, you know, what I just opened it up, and I just. Ash fall. Calabasas ass like those dash, and it looks crazy though driving over here. Fuck you that also looks crazy driving over here. We can see the giant smoke plume. Yeah. It's weird. Yeah. It makes you rise. Because LA traffic you think Malibu so far away. But it was like oh the ashes already on my car on the east side. That's nuts. There's one person Malibu that. I hope they had to evacuate, and I hope that they're very very nice house burns to the fucking ground with the fucking gonna let you guess who that is. Mel gift. Malibu. Shut up. Really? Yes. That's crazy. Yeah. He bought Malibu like in the eighties. Shut up. Probably wise he called that lady the officer sugar tits on the PCH. That were my yard, technically. So much about that it makes sense now. Yeah. I did not know that that's crazy. Welcome both. I have two houses. I hope Berkeley. Boot. And we also have like I said we're in fire season. But we're also are they going to the holiday season we're in food season. Yeah. More so than usual. Yeah. It's it's thanksgiving coming up and then Hanukkah and Christmas. And it's just the holidays. Everyone's eating New Year's got everything. Baby. I always figured about New Year's New Year's from us is like champion. It's we have that really good punch that gin and grapefruit juice of the sparkling gin and grapefruit juice punch. Now, we got blackout juice member. So we were recipe testing that recipe. It's on our site on their version of it in our third book as well. And we've recipe testing it. And then we took some photos, and we know Jake just enough to like, even the cups out. And like kind of you know, a little lightheaded. A little light that call to me after he had overt covert. He's like yellow, I'm a little unlit. Fuck I'll say, I objected in all kinds of people. Dahlbaeck back the ingredients in that fucking. But if you are interested in accidents in super fucked up we will be posting our annual bee's, let's fees menu site. So those are all of our holiday recipes, and we break them down by appetizer entrees side, salad desert cocktails all that stuff. Matt. If you're not familiar with our site or this like, you're listening to the podcast on our site. Every holiday we do the beast Lewis feasts and like Michelle saying it's broken down by dish. Some of it is stuff from our books. If you have books, we tell you where to find it and some of its most of it stuff on most of the stuff on site. There's a shitload of holiday recipes. Go check that out. 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We don't need to we want you to choose to give us money. You should be able to interact with our brand without spending money. Yeah. Or like our site collecting your information. We don't want that. So check out the kitchen dot com goes to next couple of weeks. Things will look a little different onto the news. We have a love this fucking article. So Heineken the beer company. They're stockpiling thousands of pallets worth of beer and beer supplies in anticipation of Brexit's, March twenty ninth deadline. What are beer supplies? I mean dimes like no, I mean, like probably like barley wheat. I liked their preemptively like Brexit is going to be a fucking shit show. Work not running out of fucking beer because of people are they can't drink. They're going to riot. So I mean, people are really anticipating a lot of chaos with Brexit that seems to be the common threat anytime that you talked to someone about like what's going to happen, politically what's going to happen with your borders. What about like your money is it everyone's like, I dunno shit. It's going to get extended fucking chaos. Yes. It is going to get expensive. But it's crazy. I mean to the international you stay strong. We got our own dumpster. Fires here in the states. We're trying to manage, but we're trying to make things better. And a good example of that is we are trying to use snap programs supplemental nutritional assistance program here in the United States food stamps to nudge, people towards healthier options because as everybody knows Americans here have a problem with food. So a USDA report from two thousand sixteen found that snap households spent about ten percent of their food dollars on sugary drinks. And that's not far off from the American average the average amount that home spend on sugary drinks in the United States is seven percent. So it's not that that is. Usually you hear these stories where people trying to fill the port like, oh, they make poor choices. But it's like, they're seven ten percents names American fucking problem, and you know, drinking one to two sugary drinks a day makes your risk for type two diabetes thirty percent higher. Holy shit. Thirty percent higher. Good lord. So you know, when we spend seventy billion dollars a year tax payers on snap. People are like, okay. How can we nudge people towards making healthier choices? Right. I mean spending that kind of money and not not just being like, oh, we'll we'll pay for your sugary Gatorade and stuff like that. But you don't you know, you don't want to take away options because it's like the dirt knowing. I want to sort of kindly nudge, somebody in another direction. So people are figuring out a way to do this. And so a lot of thinkers are saying like, oh, we should incentivize purchases of healthy food smart because the recent people by so much soda is. Because it's affordable. It's cheap. Like, they're it's not a stupid decision. It's a smart one from their pocket book. And it's and it's like widely accessible, I remember it was such a big deal when I was a kid and they put in soda machines at our school. Yeah. So one dean at the Friedman school is suggesting offering thirty percent subsidy for people to buy foods like fruits and vegetables, nuts, whole, grains, and fish, so people could get more. Money just by purchasing the more healthy options. And there's a lot of detractors saying, oh, this won't work this won't work. But actually in Massachusetts they had a pilot program with seventy five hundred households that participate in something just like this so snap recipients received thirty sentenced center for every snap dollar. They spent on fruits and vegetables that included canned or frozen products, which we've talked about many times on the podcast is it cannon frozen, fruits and vegetables are just as goes. Can't they can't be Justice healthy as fresh vegetables, depending on when they were frozen or better than is better than no vegetables better than. And so, you know, what do you think happened Matt I'll bet the people probably leaned into the incentives they did because people are voting with their pocketbooks. So participants in the pilot do twenty six percent more fruits and vegetables, they reported a higher consumption of dark leafy greens as well as nutritionally packed orange and red vegetables like carrots and tomatoes. They also reported buying a greater variety of fruits and vegetables, nearly three four said they felt that the vegetables and fruits have become tons more affordable, thanks to the incentives and here in the United States where one out of every to death is related to heart disease. It is important for us to all g better. And if we can start by making it more affordable for the most vulnerable among us obsolete by fruits and vegetables, an abso fucking Lutely. We it's not about penalizing them for bad choices. It's about making good choices easier. Fucking make. That's so crazy that everyone in two deaths in the us NPR, dude. Like if we could wage war. Against heart disease. Can you imagine if one people were troops out of the fucking flu? Yeah. Like, we would do some shit about that. But it's hard to see. So I thought that was great news. That is good news. Catches on nationwide. Progress? Yeah. Did you see that article though, since you brought the fried chicken festival as crazy guy? So there was a national fried chicken festival in New Orleans that just happened. And the people who won the best dish the best. Fresh chicken dish was vegan fried chicken and waffles suck enor- Orleans New Orleans where they don't suffer full. This is not some Berkeley shit where they're like. Oh, that's fine. I'm here to eat help me New Orleans on fuck and tastes New Orleans gives a shit about it. Comfort food. Yeah. Tell me more. So this obey area company. I think they're called atlas Monroe they did a fried chicken and waffle in the the best dish. But obviously, it wasn't wasn't real chicken. So that's crazy. I wonder what the argument was that. If someone was like, hey, that's not even chicken. You can't let them in. You think the people who lost were like they didn't say anything until it's over. Whatever. But like, this is what we've always said is that you can replace the trash meet. I'm not trying to take away your dry age steak that you buy on your birthday or whatever. But like if you fried chicken for the breading the fried not for the chicken if it tastes good people. Don't give a shit. What's in it? Yeah. That's why I think replacement meats and things like that are so successful in Mexican food because you're eating burritos and tacos for the sauces, and the toppings and all that stuff. It's not like, oh, let me put the highest quality cut of meat necessarily in a lot of the street Mexican food that we're eating no-one's driving through Taco Bell. Being like what what grade would cry? Quite chicken or you guys. Don't give a fuck about better Mexican the doc about but talk wasn't trying to compare them. Always use that if Taco Bell saw same thing people give about what's in their food tastes. And this is another perfect example. It's like we're not taking away your grandma's fried chicken that you're making a special case input. If you're just eating chicken and waffles like on the go like regular at a restaurant like it might as well be fake chicken. It's better for you. And it's better for the environment in poultry is one of those things that when people reduce animal consumption is unlike start with small animals because they'd kill more of them. Yeah. They have to. So that's great to shut out. The atlas Monroe y'all crush on Instagram. They are at at Lous dot Monroe for some real food porn. Yeah. So that's all great news. And now onto one of my favorite interviews that we've ever had stay tune for Miskelly capacitors off Tiffany, amber Theissen, and her wonderful cookbook. And here's talk all about food and improving your family recipes from the ground up. We'll be back in a moment. With more forked up a thug kitchen podcast. Alexa, isn't the only one with breaking news. Make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute. 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Why would you? Use anything less than the best. Welcome back to fourth up a thug kitchen podcast. Our next guest Tiffany is beloved for her roles in saved by the bell. And Beverly Hills nine O two one out but for the past few years, she's been known better as the host of the cooking channel series dinner at Tiffany's each episode showcased her favorite recipes and knack for hosting showing everybody in her family and all of her friends a really good time for three seasons. Tiffany's fans were able to fall in love with her all over again. And now she's got a book out plays off of all of her, entertaining and cooking cumin pull up a chair nyc and bring Tiffany's delicious recipes home and sharpen your own hospitality with recipes and tips for pleasing the pickiest eater. Feeding a crowd or pulling off a PJ party, which is really adorable. Pull chair is a book. You guys definitely wanna grab and there is no sweeter person in the cookbook game right now in the Tiffany. So please, welcome Tiffany Theissen. We can't even start the interview. This is the beginning. If you only knew with under my feet right now getting licked. That's start to an episode. We have a foster pop in studio while he's here to do. So you say. Likely story. It's it's George. With tiffany. We really appreciate you coming on having meat. No, you're busy. So thanks for having me. I appreciate it added to come. You are all over the place right now on your book tour, the just got back. It was so. I was. It was like crazy. I think it was like twelve cities and fourteen days at eleven of those were new states. Oh. Yeah. Apparently, they think I'm Justin Timberlake. I don't know. I have a private plane. That's a big animal, but you're to grow was no joke. I saw that all over. Figure. People in LA to turn out for anything. My house. Here. It was nice. And your your book is causing traffic at third and Fairfax. Be out for you. Sorry. How have you found going on this book tour and like interacting with people? 'cause like I feel like versus your other places in the entertainment industry food is so intimate. Yeah. And how has it been talking to great, and no it's been super great. I mean, it's it's very much people. I think were hoping that I was going to bring a book. Yeah. Had a TV show on channel for so long, and it's still running like crazy on food network. And but I think people were were hoping that I was and I expected that I was going to do it. I had never done book before lots of people prepped me was like, it's really hard. And they were right. 'cause I say literally felt like I birth to child with four hard corners. For children. And you guys know more than me. So I was like crap this is not easy. So it was just under three years. It took me to do that bug. So shut all of it in my house. I know it's and it's been useful to thank you like turned our garage upside down and made it into food studio. And it was not nuts knew how was it. When you got the first printed copy. It was crazy. I actually Instagram to the story about it. I'm telling you it was like birthing a child. So literally fried sniffing it smelling it like it was just like a baby. About ready to put it in a Bjorn. I'm gary. Exactly, exactly. For people who aren't familiar with your story about yourself in the kitchen like how did you come to find cooking? Yeah. You know, it started at a very young age. I was that young girl who would appear around the living room into the kitchen watching all the women in my family cooking, and I wanted to be in with them. Yeah. Oh, and so my my love and connection to food started very young with the women in my family for sure. And then it just kind of developed into different phases in my life. Where as I started traveling all over the world for a tiny little show say by the bubble watched about. New show. But I would go to different countries. And do you know Mark pollen? I would literally travel all over Europe. And so I was definitely introduced to different cuisines different cultures. And my love of like wine, and all of that just really kind of peaked as a sort of traveling and then coming back and having my early twenties and wanting to entertain for friends, and then trying to find a man, you know, those kinds of things all developed into like more entertaining aspects of cooking. And then of course, you know, having children and just kind of providing great meals for my family, and that's kind of where where I am now. Yeah, I'm glad that you you say it like its phases because that's how I feel like my favorite food to legally. I want quick meals or then entertain. Now, I want to show my love for the people in my life mood and very much. Yeah. It isn't of Aleutian. So. Right right now. I'm in my rice and beans phase. I think it's the weather. I would say it's definitely cooler in the morning. Yeah. Night when the temperature drops out. Nice nice big hefty rental Soka. I know like now I want to whiskey. Are your children showing that precociousness in the kitchen? Yeah. Definitely my daughter is eight and my son is three. So definitely more my daughter now that she's gotten a little bit older. I'm she loves she. She sometimes has me videotape her no she watches green show. I got. I got. So super cute not all the time. But she loves to help him the kitchen, if it's baking for sure if it's cooking, I can usually get something interest her, and then my son is very, you know, he he started with the dishes, and I had no problem with that at all he was leaning because they go through that cleaning fans, which was so crazy, and we also we grow a lot of stuff we have a pretty big nice sized lot. And so we grow a lot of food, and it's not good a small farms chickens. We do. So it's been really fun to kind of see it now with our kids getting older. And one of the reasons why I wanted to start growing stuff was really getting them to understand the relationship of where food comes from. And so seen literally come from the dirt up grow at picket harvest, you know, that kind of stuff, and it really helped them there were moments of picking us, and they they're still little picky here and there, but I do believe it's jumped started their curiosity of wanting to taste things that are a little different that we might be growing. Yeah. Especially in the garden. I think it teaches kids, you know, patients, and then putting something can read the absolutely absolutely everything. So sudden now with phones and pictures away like it's so funny, how when you pull out an old style camera. That's like film. They're like what you gotta get developed. We out places don't even develop them anymore. So yeah, you're right. It totally is patients is huge. Because I think nowadays, I don't know it as a culture, and that's also going back to the book where we're in a culture where we are disconnected someone. Yeah. Even though we're connected, literally modern technology. I feel like as people were disconnected. I know that sounds strange, but it's like I contact and like looking at you guys cross the table like that to me is what food does over just even having a I know we have our like outline doing. But I always like when guests are here because it is like it's like, we're not really without technology. We're not conversing just as people there's some technology. We know, and it's a strange it is strange, and that's so beautiful about like the entertaining aspect to your book is like you're talking about. No, come to the dinner table like making happen. Even if it's only once a we don't there's no shame lately connect with energy projects. One of those like EMP's underneath your table. Oh, he's just shuts. Everyone's wifi. I love Mike. That's not bad. Love. Neighbors would love it too. Kind of tips. Do you have for people who think that they don't have enough time to schedule a family meal every now and then? We are. We're definitely busy. I'm a huge proper. I believe in prepping. We tend to do meal plans, you know, usually on Sundays. So I do a lot of the shopping either Sunday or Monday, so I'm not zombie property. Yeah. I'm gonna like six, shotguns. Beans Las four years. Yeah. But it helps you know that also I get the kids involved with what they might wanna have for the week. And there's no argument. I'm like, no, no, no. You said, yes. To blahdy blah on Thursday. That's what we've got because mommy when shopping whenever for it. So so that's also something that I really like. And then it allows me to prep when I can I try to definitely ahead of time. I'm not gonna lie. I have amazing help husband. I have Tori do seconds ago. And so it does take a village. I really these days. I think with both sides usually working you need extra help, you know. And so I definitely lean on people a lot. I know my mom leaned on me when I was a kid she'd call I mean, most like an hour before work, take take chicken out of the freezer. How many fucking times on the phone? It did not take the I would just go back to whatever. Hear their driveway. And you're like shit going any running under a sink with like you're gonna. You're going to beat me with the frozen chicken. Yup. And as well star. I'm going to be hungry or and or. But I think the point you make in your introduction is that you know, you need to make it a priority though. Like if you decide that it's important you will find the time. Well, you absolutely. I mean, I think you can say that about anything that's important in your life. So I grew up in a family where family dinners were a must like, it's just the way. It was. We didn't have a lot of money. We didn't go out to eat all the time. So it was literally dinnertime sit down. There were no phones back. Then it wasn't about that. You know, we got our homework done before you even sat at the kitchen table. So it was about connecting as a family talking about the day. We would always talk about a positive thing that happened in a negative thing. That happened was really interesting to learn I'm like, what was happening and my brothers lives. And you know, it was I liked it. And we tried. We tried doing that with the kids. It works with our eight year old little bit easier than every year old, you know, but at least. Yeah. Wayne and worst part of my day. I shit my pants. There we go. Yeah. So it's it's just that kind of and truly a lot of people would agree with us. If you're if you're a parent is that there's something to be said about routine, and that kind of being familiar with what is expected when you get home. There's comfort in that. And there's stability fairly for me growing up like have sisters like obviously, come from a family. But it wasn't like thing that we sat down as sort of like, everyone got their microwave dinner or whatever it was eight eight, and then everyone went off and did their own things that is very foreign to me. But I do think that is great. Yeah. You know, anytime you did have a holiday or something in your whole family would sit down and eat whether it be thinks giving or something else. It was a lovely because we could make fun of each other. We're all here. I have my list of. Two brothers on either. Literally most the time my older brother was beating the crap. I mean, it's like, you know, parents say totally it was like a car, right? And it's the same thing the bruising. Long car the word to Kipling. No, we would listen to the same cassette over and over. I don't know. No idea. No way. Too much Bonnie Raitt catalog. Nope choice bitch. We heard beach boys greatest hits until that fucking cassette broke. Actually, an excellent tape impression. Sorry that you don't get to us. I was in the club. Back to prepping in the buck, you have checkless. Yeah. That you use yourself help people. Can you kind of explain that from us? So for me again going back to the whole time slightly Taipei. My husband would definitely say. Oh god. Yes. But I feel like my grandmother taught me a long time ago, especially when you're hosting something like a bigger dinner party, not just family stuff. But that if you're the host or hostess is not happy having a good time. Then you're aren't going to. So to me, what makes me happy is knowing that I'm prepped out not stressing last, I hate last minute that I don't I'm not an executive person, but stuff that gets thrown at me sometimes that hey can get me of Bengal. I mean it happens. It's life. You know what I mean? But I definitely was that little girl that would like, you know, literally, get my shit together away before anybody else if I had a sleepover my bags were packed already. What I mean? So it's that same sort of like format that I use really within any sort of events or party or dinners, or whatever. Even if it's just the four of us. Yeah. I think it to your point of just kind of removing the unknowns at is so nice. I know when I'm hosting two or cooking for an event. You just have a list it takes thinking out of what I'm gonna. Oh, absolutely. You just stay on time. I'll tell you after. And then I'm forty four almost forty five. I don't rely on my brain like I have to write it down. Now. It's like, I do not have full confidence. Like I used to my twentieth. I'll remember also. Young children, no way. So I write everything it's great that you show that to people in the break it down by days a week before five days before three days before throwing out like when you would want to get all your dishes out when you're going to be using, you know, starting off with the menu with people have any allergies or somebody's vegetarian coming and make sure that you take care of them went to shop Shelford, dry goods to shop for your meats, just stuff like that. It makes it a little bit easier seen it kind of on a page like that. I know it helps me do timelines to sometimes go damn. I'm not here by young girl. You type a plus. My my blood type is. Runs deep. I also like in your book, you have based recipes like you do that with the Scone, which was really smart because it shows people that you know, it's nice that you can kind of go with the season. Don't like if you like nuts in yours. Great. If you don't you can take them out and put something outs dried fruit fresh fruit. Whatever. Yeah. Like, it's it's good to have those kind of things. I know I look at that. What I have cookbooks. Go lower. Stop buying cookbooks. And you know, I can't look at him as like a coffee table. I love I love the picture. I love food. So it's like I love looking at books like that. And your book to also tells the story of like, you know, being in your home and like entertaining. So I love to read cookbooks like that as well. They do have a lot of the stories. Agree, very different than they used to be big time with the like the sketches of jello salad, which I do like the sketches. So I love like sketches like they would do cooks illustrate. Yeah. Around around that crazy. They are black and white drawn Cam photos. Oh, yeah. It's the hill. It's a boss. It's a boss the boss. Confidence in your. Yeah. But with the scones, and like the base recipes in particular, I think it really invites people to take some ownership over your rescue basher. I think as a cook. It's always such a compliment when somebody asks for one of your and they make it their own. And then they've kind of forget that it was ever yard. No, it's true. I mean, it's you're absolutely right. I mean, I want people I was telling that was thing on tour that I was telling people like don't you don't do. Exactly what's in the book, like be expressive and kind of show the tag me. I want to see what you did. Yeah. I think that. Yeah. I love when people take our recipes like somebody just made our chili but made it in little tunnel. Like little jalapeno round in there and everything gray. Like, yes. Yes. You're killing the game. No guys being done. Due to sit around be like this chill is good. But hooking to make it better. Yeah. How can I make fucking do? Do you have any tips for people who are just getting their toes in the kitchen like trying it out? Yeah. I mean, I think with anything I would take this again in life. It's just you gotta get your feet wet. It's okay to make mistakes. It's okay. Like show you all the burns in my hand. Absolutely. I've started Sean cut my thumb missing from the other night. I mean. That's how you learn. Right. Writing a bike for the first time, you've got skin your knees? The only way to do it does. Great advice. Skin, your knees skin, your news, not too, and you won't make that same mistake. Again. Not usually. I'll never wind. I've had in the kitchen. Never never gonna cut yourself in the same spot. That's true. I agree with that. But yeah, if you think that you're gonna make it perfect the first time like that's not what's going to happen such. Yeah. We've. I really like the people who take too much creative freedom with food. And it'll be like they'll take out the meaning greedy and of a dish. And they'll be tried your chick in brockley burrito. But didn't have any chickpea. So I use yogurt. It didn't taste right. As a real example. But people like that. Chick peas, use frozen grapes. It tasted weird. Literally be my husband. Would totally be my husband. I have a really good friend Rebecca who like going cooking from arrested. She'll get right there to right towards the end. And then the last two steps brave like I'm going to do whatever. And then it never turns out. And she's like what happened. I'm like have you not learned yet every single time right at the end, you're like, whatever would you too. Well, so to tablespoon acumen. I thought Cup was more than. Right. But. Ro. Hilarious. I also like you're so interactive on your social media accounts. It's really great to like have that an actual when they're like, yes. Always making this. And then I walked away for the kitchen twenty five minutes for over. There you go. Problem. Why burnt doing for twenty five minutes? You watch fucking episode of Seinfeld has been gone for a couple of weeks. And my husband would every now, and then send Tori, and I literally pictures of what he was trying to do for dinner. And I was like this is a whole nother social outlet. Not seen that what happens in my kitchen when I'm not around. It was really sad. Also, create like a whole Instagram account of Phil dinners. There you go. It's your new one there. TM aren't the field cookbook mostly men following? Dusing hope weird. I'll I know. I don't know. Why guys are was like that before like I met Michelle, really? I didn't start really like seriously cooking for myself until we got the book do and I was like well fuck I better get good at this funniest like my husband has no interest. Like, he just he just knows that. I'm going to do it on. I'm good at it. So he's like, I got other things. I'll take care. You know what? I mean, he doesn't. He's like you've got it. Why do I need to learn also intimidating to come? I gonna catch you doing artists. So it's like me drawing something you're not gonna I would never never never tried to go on and paint something. Yeah. Right. Hope you like Snoopy coaching. Think I draw that? Tracing. I could really there, you know, about it. I this real pretty I say the line people stay inside the line. If you have like a full data, cook, whatever you want for your family like what's can of your meal, your go-to like at least right now. 'cause I know it always changing, it's hard. I really tried to get feedback from my kids. I want them to be excited about dinner or brunch or breakfast, or whatever because we do cook a lot on the weekends to go to a lot of kids kids. Love peace tonight, because they call it decorating decoration. It's really cute. So they like that they're big pasta. People chicken is good. When that we always do. And then if it's my husband who wants to decide what you were always mean grill. He's from Houston, Texas ones is that what you do. Like over by Marland. Okay. He he grew up in Sharpstone, which is not the same that used to be changed. A lot short zone was hooded shit back in the game. Yeah. Like a little. Out of that. Everyone from Texas or especially Houston's listen, this is like in the car in. He went to sun high. Crew. And now he's raising chickens here in LA. What are you gonna do? So funny. So funny and married a growing knows a girl. I did like that aside in your book that home the women in your family were the one my dad never touched the grill either ever cooked never did any of it. How it really does your family repeats? Like, it's really crazy when you think about it. And you're also inspired. Yeah. Totally when you see the woman in your family out there, and you're like me. Are you sharing girl duties now, I don't trust him yet? Don't you played? Why I much, but he does dishes, and he doesn't well. So that was something we came like he actually was his idea. He's like you cook I cleaned. That's how it was in my house all the time. And I was like great. That is such a solid deal. I as the cook of many a home if somebody's like, okay? Well, I'll do the dishes. Cook for you every day. Many days raise like do you really need to make that many dishes? Yes. That is not the. Lip here. Shelby recipe testing. And it will come out pretty close to what she wants. She's like I was going to make another batch of dough and start over. I'm like, I don't know. Can't you just change it on papers? Do it again. That is one hundred I can feel when you're trying to talk me out of it. Husband does that a lot. Do you have like what's one of your favorite recipes in the book right now? Like one of the ones that I was proud of. So I grew up eating beef stroganoff. And my mother as great as she was just that was not a dish that I liked it looked like dog food tasted like to impress my beautiful. The photo was I was one of my like tests to make that recipe. Amazing and reinvent it. The way it wasn't brought when I was younger, but little Tiffany would've wanted. Yeah. So that's what I'm definitely proud of and in love, and we do we love that one chicken and dumplings is another one we do actually right now with the fall coming up. Chicken drp dumpling dumplings role dome. Skews me not like, she totally correct. Well, how relationships? Don't disrespect soup. Minia fight about dumplings. Sure. And their size. My gosh, we can't start this. There's not if there was a bullet part of me. I just came from the gym. That's why I was like totally down. Like eating a sweater. The best way of. Yeah. Okay. So that chicken and dumplings the beef stroganoff back. Yeah. We're I mean, we have seven chickens. We got a plethora of a yeah. Every single so much. So that it's like what else can I do with these. So we give them away a lot. We make a lot of for Tatas in the morning because I usually do those the night before and just throw them in the oven. Great. That's smart. Those are super great to do. We do those a lot. And we're like, we're good. We just love. Good friday. I'm bacon and on some, you know, like, it's not area. Right. Yeah. We like, and then we grow like, and kale and all that kind of stuff too. So that's always fine. We just saw tail end up a little bit. Always like they like their smoothies in the morning. My daughter doesn't eat eggs, which is hilarious. My son likes them. Mommy Hicks like the smell or now. She just will not eat eat them every now. And then if I throw a ton of cheese and a little bit of cream in their scramble them up. She'll do it if I four, sir. But she's just not an eight percent funny. I don't know why some people they smell them. Maybe I mean, it could be a reverse thing. Where may because we had the chickens maybe or she likes that comes out of that. But over the. I know and I don't want it in my mouth. Where my my my son knows exactly where it comes from. And he's like, more eggs. Okay. I see or bird but plea call him, but nuggets, oh, that's funny. It's if I was three I would eat the hell out of a button on my mind. No on breath for me. They are the best. Like, you can't even great where can people find you on social media and all your recipes? It's just my name across all formats except for that one that the young kids do snap show. Not on that. Sorry. How much I agree. Snapshot when they hold when they came out with Instagram stories and all that. Cool. I'm fucking not learning. Yeah. So great those those like some of my feel the intentionally make them like complicated because people real because like I was reading an article saying that the more complicated. Something is the more kids are into it. Because you have to be kind of like you have to flow. That there's less old people because to them I have no interest future engineers. Yeah. Well, you know, what that's not a bad thing. But your Instagram is Gordon. Yeah. Thanks. It's all the same through all of that. Book is kind of everywhere, it's everywhere. Amazon Barnes and noble here at the fucking road target target sites everywhere going target. That's the book coup. One in. Again. I don't know. This is my first rodeo girl, you're nailing. I was in targeted like eleven thirty at night buying toilet paper and walked by book. And I was like. Made it. Where you wanna be loved target. Have you been to the the newspaper the bell restaurant? Food is really shitty. Her and it's really a cookbook pop up where you just cook your fucking recipe next door and be like don't fuck. What's this much? Yeah. Yeah. I mean next door possibly. Yeah. It's it's a flex. The listeners who are outside of Los Angeles. They there's some company that they did a pop up of the restaurant in Chicago. Now, it's an by the time we have nothing to do with it pictures are all over and we get fucking. Oh. It's forum. You have no idea. I know. It's funny. The more we like, you know, get into kind of the entertainment side of the more. I'm like Jesus Christ. Like, no, it's if you went to store, really timely, groceries fired fire. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's I mean, there's a lot of themed pop. I had a friend who went to the awesome powers Papa. Yeah. And I'm sure unaffiliated. He was like I didn't have a lot of expectations going into. He's like a really wanted to like it. But he was like the whole thing was so try hard and sad when him and the group of people like left at the. Today, use his likeness. You know, they hire magin guy who look like look like Austin powers, probably mini me. And they had they had like. But they probably use like the logo from the movies and all that kind of stuff. We see nothing like such. He was like your face. Oh, that's so funny. Mar phase like blown up. Crate no via the book of place. There's there sketching. Yeah. Throw your own dinner party with Tiffany's food to yourself a better use of your night. Tell you the food will be about. Oh, thanks. Appreciates it. He's asleep under the table, sweetie. 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The Final Table with Andrew Knowlton

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The Final Table with Andrew Knowlton

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One presents forced up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that discusses food politics and pop culture all while trying to give each week bestselling authors and the minds behind thug kitchen, Michelle Davis, and Matt Holloway are here to help give voice to folks just trying to get there together in and outside of the kitchen and now for your hosts, Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to a nother episode of fort up, your go-to podcast for all things. Pumpkin pie. Spike, cider and dinner table politics. I am Holloway. And I am the shell. Davis. On today's pod will be discussing Noce. Nachos. Seal a seals and what we hit about black Friday overthrowing spoiler. We're gonna rant. Later, we're going to be joined by Andrew Knowlton, the award winning food writer and the editor at large at bona petite. He's also the host of the new Netflix global culinary competition. The final table which streaming now Sistine ballots about get Fook. Looking for ways to distress and distract yourself. During the holiday season press wasn't an audiobook penguin Random House. Audio produces audio books that range from self help and inspiring listens to classic novels and latest bestsellers, you guys can listen to Rene Brown's newest book dare to lead and learn how to put your ideas into practice. So you can step up and lead that sounds like a New Year's new you. Alright there or you can check out Michael pollen's. How did change your mind? A brilliant and brave investigation into the medical and scientific revolution taking place around psychedelic drugs and their spell binding story of Michael bonds own life changing psychedelic experiences. That sounds dope. I'm in the middle of it right now. It's wild. Yeah. I I'd recommend it. Listen, a lot of yellow driving home or your flying. You got airport. Layovers get an audio book. Yeah. What are you doing yourself? What did I say? He's a book on tape. Like, I was a thousand years old. What are you going? Down to the library. 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You're you're listening to your favorite podcast knitting favorite host. What are you doing for thanksgiving? Matt. I'm cooking for like ten people. That's cool. Yeah. I'm not too worried about it. It's easy. Peasy lemon squeezy. But I'm calling it. My UN thanksgiving because there are six different countries represented in. Excellent. Excellent. That's that's my plans. What are you doing while I've been invited to many things, but I know I'm just Super Bowl so popular. I'm invited. So many things giving I kinda think I'm going to tell everybody I'm doing something else on just stay home by myself and make a try stuffing and either. We don't really make stuffing the rest of the year. And we should because it's so good eight is one time. I got really sick. When I was a kid, and I didn't like chicken soup or anything like that. And my mom wasn't a cook. And she was like, well, what can I make you because I wasn't. Yeah. And I was like well, you make me stove top. And she did. And it was I had never loved my mother more. And so no anytime I'm really want like I'm like, I'm like, oh, stuffing stuffing is is the comfort food. It's the best the concept of it is weird I discussed I had to explain it to somebody a few days ago, and who was unfamiliar with stuffing dressing, a certain Estonian in my life. I starting to Stony and lover of yours and his girlfriend is being cagey. I was like, yeah. You you. Take a Turkey hollow it out. And then you just show like bread and seasoning up class. What sounds weird? He's sticking to the oven for like four hours. They'll eat it yet. It's very questionable. Then we if we do this because Columbus was a piece of shit. I don't know. American tradition. I, you know Turkey. You know Turkey is shitty. Meet because people don't eat it year round. Nobody likes nobody likes Hebrew opt for Turkey when they think they're doing the healthier options. Like well. How to Turkey sandwich? Yeah. I saw it's fine. But it's dry. I'm here for the sides. Always have been pre vegan post vegan. That's all mickan for thanksgiving, mashed potatoes, we're talking stuffing. What what are your favorites? Kolkata? Yes, why interest you to call Kana? But which is it's like Irish mashed potatoes with eights usually has like bacon or Pinchot at like sauteed green said it, but we'll do caramelized onions in little squares with a little bit of liquid smoke in place of the bacon. That's bomb dot com. Also, I mean, there's room for more than one potato on the table absolutely baked potato with like, the crispy fried onions, I think that's on a baseless fees menu. Yeah, we do have twice. Baked potatoes. That's a great segue. Matt. The midget was not trying to plug. Like, you didn't get the thanks giving menu. You didn't plan. Are you didn't cook? This though, still plenty of holiday left. You got a whole another month to do any of this guys. Go to that catch dot com slash A. B slips feasts croup. We have all of our favorite recipes that we think are good for the holiday season condone by appetizers, insides, and salads, and soups, and entrees desserts. Fucking everything you need. Yeah. With all the links and all the recipes go through the new year. So, you know, we got all your New Year's punch and lucky dishes how they cop, and John and all that stuff. So we are not leaving you high and dry. Our herb end mushroom stuffing on their all time faith, though, that's what I'm making. New Meghan that the Rosa Brussels sprouts with the Qianlong cranberries got, isn't it? That's a fanfare five. That's a good. Why it's that was one of the first shoot shoot the photos from track twelve but it was. Yeah. It was I think the first thanksgiving, we did the website, and we posted that up, and it's great to see people still cooking it on Instagram every once in a cart. Would he terrible thanksgiving food that people keep putting on the buffet table anything with jello get the fuck outta here? What is that? Terrible sell it. No, no, no, no, no. It has like marshmallows of it know, what what what's the one? I'm thinking fascia putting which has. Oh. Embrose you. That is nasty that is some grandparents shredded carrots in jello, and raisins and stuff. I was so confused as a child meeting is wrong. Yeah. That being said, my family does love a pretty gross. Yeah. Defined grows not a normal. We figuring solid Waldorf salad. I don't know if anyone out there smiliar with it. So it's like, grapes and apples and. It's like white and and while nuts, and it's mixed with like a manager. Is it really no yogurt sauce was like a pinch McCurry? And it was I would wake up super early on Thanksgiving Day. And then make with my dad because I'd have to slice all the grapes, and like Trump all the stuff and only him, and I like it. But I haven't been home for thanksgiving and like over a decade still like a little bit. That's okay notion. It's I it tastes like nostalgia. Like being excited about things, which I haven't been this thing in one hundred years on a crappy food, I like, pure nostalgia. Yeah. So that's a top secret. Davis family tradition that everyone hates except for me. My dad. Yeah. But speaking of holiday traditions that might be trash what are your thoughts on secret? Santa unlike white elephant gifts. Ye yeah. Those are tricky what is white elephant. Even mean, what's the origin of that? Like, I feel like is that like a non-problematic thing? I never know. Is it anti endangered animals that elephant? No, okay. So I looked at this up. So the term toy elephant refers to extravagant, but ineffectual gifts that cannot be easily disposed of. So basically, you're giving someone a burden. Oh, you're giving them a headache. So it's kind of like a fuck you. Yeah. It's like if you gave them a puppy with diarrhea. It's based on the legend of the king of Siam giving where Albano elephants to criterias who had displeased him. So they might be ruined by the animals upkeep costs. Oh that is. There you go. Here's his fucking elephant. You'll take care of it. So people aren't really sure about the truth to that kind of historical tale. You know, people started using this as a popular term as early as the eighteen twenties. So. Giving somebody like a shitty gift that's pain in the dick. I don't I've worked in offices. They tried to do the secret Santa like white elephant and someone someone always gets a really dope gift. Yeah. So always gets like an ipad or something. When you're a couple of years. We did it at the grocery store everyone else's to literature winner. One year. I got forgotten my secret Santa just forgot to give me a present. The other years the grocery store at the grocery store one year my secret Santa, Greg if you're listening. He just got me a biodegradable paper plates that he bought on his on break. I you like to cook. So he gave me disposable plates. Man. You know, where the deck, but were in the go back, Ben I thought he was just like the right here. Yeah. They're here. Yes. She's gonna love him. The audacity of pretending that I would like them. That's so fucking funny. Yeah. So I've never had a good experience with secret Santa. So that's cool. I feel like. It's just like someone in the office wants to organize something. And this is like the lowest power of authority that you can have a committee in the office. That's what this is. And they're usually the one who gets the most upset because they don't get the ipad. There was never an ipod. I got paper plates with it. The ipod doesn't come from the applause from the boss of bosses like, oh, I'll play too, and it's just like cooler doing twenty dollar. Yes. Yeah. Don't go over twenty bucks on the global go to spoiled someone dude that really fucks the whole thing when you're giving away TV's and shit. Now, we all hate Carol Kilda's even know how fucking use an ipad. She's like a hundred and I've never really done white elephant have you ever done the white elephant where you keep exchanging. But it's all like shitty weird presence, and you have to go in like going out from under the trees. I'm not into it. Because what what's your policy on win Christmas decorations should go up? Celebrates christmas. I am a man of the firm belief that the day after thanksgiving, then they can go up. We were just who's we were in a house a week ago, and they had everything already up multiple Christmas trees, and it looked beautiful tad bit early lot tinsel type it early hold onto tinsel. And what do you think find decorating schedule is none whatsoever? You turn your porch lineup. You you hate holidays so much you keep the porch light off not on Halloween thanksgiving and Christmas. I I haven't just not a joiner. Your decorating would be a hope there's kids that aren't listening to this right now. But you would put a fucking sign in you as Santa's not real. That's you decorating. I'm not that much of a Downer. But you would go down to whoville. I knew would take all the fucking decoration. Because we some people maybe how this could have possibly started in my life. I mean, I'm not a psychiatrist, but I'm sure it has something to do with the fact that your birthday falls on December twenty third. That's exactly right. Fuck christmas. I was born. I Jesus come on. Pope might have some strong. And why his birthday celebration overshadows my birthday? And I'm here were you born in a manger. You don't know where I was born underneath the star. I came home in a fucking stocking the whole story Christmas, so bonkers. I was a fat red headed child that came home in a stocking like an angel. You know, what I think the case you need to make about curses being too close to your birthdays. At that wasn't even really his birthday. He was born in like the spring was. And then they took it over basically to hurt me two thousand years later, but I'm saying you're talking points when you go to your rallies. Christmas when we're not saying merry Christmas anymore saying happy holidays. Wasn't even his fucking birthday and was months later. And if we long wish someone happy birthday. Michelle Davidson, Los Angeles went beloved happy birthday on December twenty third. So. Get ready for Michelle's birthday guys. 'cause I I'm also not having a birthday party. Enjoy things. I haven't felt anything since Ninety-one dude focal Christmas music. Oh, oh my God. No. I think we may have talked about this long ago. But we've both worked black Friday. So shout out to everyone who's listening to works retail customer service restaurant industry. If you have to deal with the general public grocery store the week of thanksgiving. I see you. I appreciate you all through as good luck. When people come in on Thanksgiving Day, and they're like you're out of turkeys. And you're like, yeah. And they're like how the fuck issue that like how the fuck Dinge by Turkey before the day of thanksgiving. Like, I see you. And it's okay. The year before I actually went vegan. And we started like thug kitchen. My family made me go wait in line to get a ham. And those the dumbest I was like what? And like, I got it. It was it was HoneyBaked ham like one of the ones. Yeah. But like they ran out. So they were like not everyone who had a reservation gets a ham. So they're doing like a lottery system. So I was like your way I'm long Yaman ham lottery. This is this is not how won't spend the holiday. This is fucking. I you know, what? I think that's why when vegan I'm not going to stand in line for fucking carrots. You wanna you wanna ham get line, but back to black Friday if you guys are out there, and you can participate and black Friday we have a couple of rules. Don't be first of all be a fucking, dick. There's no such thing as a God damn shopping emergency no chill out if you decide against the purchase don't just shove it on a fucking shelf, and you'll place walk the twenty feet back to where are you fucking found it and put it back. Don't say, oh, it's their job. It's job security your debt. Oh my God. All right. Dick calling a job security. That makes me think of is when I worked at the city of Houston and people would come into the permit office, and they were like, oh, my taxes pay your salary. I was like you don't pay much in taxes. Like fuck you, dude. Yeah. So put your stuff back be nice to the people working there. They want to be home with their families. Just like, you probably they had to work the day before they had probably work on thanksgiving in the you know, what the prog enough to work the day after be cool and be kind, and if they're out of what you want guess, what that store floor person that you're talking to you isn't the fucking person doing the ordering. I've said don't fucking yell at them. I think though, I have like because black Friday has been in decline. I think that this is sort of the last of a dying tradition. Well, good the only black Friday sale. You should be participating in as the movement sale. Because no one's going to be your nobody's going to be crazed listened route. You want to? You want to sale and you want to mellow out. Yeah. It's it's the perfect com. No. And then nobody's breaking down doors. You know, what they're jolly? So be cool be kind be respectful if they're out of what you want chill out. I'll say this like, you're not you're not buying kidneys for block dying. Black Friday is definitely like peak boomer commercial, but but I feel like the younger generations. We don't care do you. I secretly get really mad at sales because you could have been that a price the whole time because you're still making money. You're telling me you can sell stuff at seventy five percent off. And you're still turning a profit. Actually fuck you could have been that could have been that yesterday. Could have been that price week from today. Why are you doing the Sumi go to how it's stressful yet go to hell? So if you are again, be cool. Yes, I worked at gap on black Friday. Victoria's Secret black Friday. Oh, man. What a war zone. You know, what it's like trying to get a g string on a hanger over and over again to special kind of almost lost an eye. Snapped right back. You can think about trying to put that on a hanger. Oh, no. The gap that I worked out with all the gaps combined. It was. I was like baby gap got kid gap, adult and then like, yeah. Cult gap adult. No, just regular gap. But it was in a mall and like being in a mole working on Friday. Can't imagine wild. My the Victoria secret. I worked at for a hot minute was like on a strip. So it wasn't on a mall. But it was nearby like retailers and stuff. But if they put your hotels Diego, so people get really drunk at these hotels, and they would come into Victoria secret, where I worked in to have sex in the dressing rooms shut up really hope the end like in ano- care clean. Would come in and change their underwear and leave their old underwear. I know what I saw that a lot can making six twenty five then our people would item. Sure that they still do it. You're wanna work to get people come in and they take their clothes off and walk out with like the merchandise. Yeah. I mean, it's a good scam. I mean, it's fine. But could you take your dirty underwear enclosed with you? Like, that's the rude part like fine steal from them. I don't care, but I really don't want to deal with your door to door. We were win like wrecked jeans, where like, very fashion, you know, destroy jeans more fucked up, it was like the more people wanted and gap was trying to get in on that like wave, and we had a very specific gene that had a highlighter marker down one of the pant legs and. We had so many fucking people returned that being like, yeah. I bought these. And there's just this weird highlighter marker like, oh, that's the design the like. Yeah. I don't why would I pay for that? I'm like, I don't know. You're the one, shall I didn't you try them on and look in the mirror to monsters. You know, what don't go shopping black Friday and less what unless you're buying? We'd met. Let's see I is a kid. We would speaking of weed as a child. No when I was a kid we go shopping on black Friday. But it was like for school stuff. We get like shirts for school right now like shoes. Yeah. We would occasionally get electron IX. No, no. We would go to like Mervyn's and I would get like two sweaters. And then my mom would rob them and give them to me for Christmas or p Mervyn's. We'll get to one spot of food news here. Real quick. Oh, we we've been ranting about things. Throw it back to Andrew Knowlton. I'm not even looking at our. Well, we're going to talk the food news was really bleak. These last couple of weeks. It was Diana the Turkey salmonella recalls, which is hilarious. They're like everyone was like who who the farms, and the FDA is like, we're not gonna tell you. Why not it's the week of thanksgiving? You on tell us to the summit Hillary cold Turkey. Let. Just cut up some bread showed up the birds. It was a bunch of dumb ass food news. But there was one bright spot. And that was in Las Cruces, New Mexico. They made the largest serving of nachos ever. It was over five thousand pounds. Yes. And it was one hundred ten feet long. It was beautiful and the beautiful town of Las Cruces dubbed, it Notre did not chose which is just not. I. Just wouldn't have the greatest names for Nacho base event that I've ever heard I think that might be the move for the holidays is you make one dish just a ton of it, especially nachos doesn't love. Nachos. You could. And you do thanksgiving. Nachos. Instead of cheese. You could do a gravy. That's right. Yeah. You could crumble stuffing on top. You could do like good. You could do it thanksgiving. Oh my God. Guys. We might have just walked. The. Yeah. Or do a giant on? Yeah. I I am for this one amazing food feet. Do they make it into the Guiness Book or anything with them? So they beat Kansas some town in Kansas hat was holding the record. But I don't know if they've made it into the Guinness Book old records yet. But it certainly was the biggest on Beker, which I hats off to you guys. And if anybody should be having a Nacho record, it shouldn't be fucking Kansas. 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A thug kitchen podcast guys were back with Andrew Knowlton. He's an award winning food writer and the editor at large from Ghana petite. He's also the host of the new net flicks global culinary competition show the final table, which streaming now on Netflix guys. Please welcome to the pot. Andrew. Thank you guys being here. We need a a live studio audience like, yeah. Yes. Well, that was that was the awkward part is hard enough doing it in this huge because you guys have seen some shows like this amazing set. But then all these like real life people who are like. They didn't cut to them till the very end. And we were like this disembodied. Trying to figure out where they were yet. That'd be a long day on set for that. It was a long. I mean, he's longer for the people actually doing the work chefs and all that for the audience who cares? And all the union guys were like, this is awesome. We're getting paid overtime. Nobody for the because they knew it was going to be such a long day. They had like two audience. For the first half of the show, which is when you have kind of culinary ambassadors. Celebrities, and then you have the critics, and then they would kind of bring in a new crew because. Yeah, those were those first few episodes that we did we did ten in the first few of them were those were like thirteen fourteen hour day. I mean, that's. I mean, that's. We were all learning at the same time. Yeah. And you know with cooking. You can't fake any of them. You can't be like, okay. Let's just can you do that again, really quick shorter. And you can't do that, you know, in the food's got to look good as you guys know. I mean, that's the thing. We're watching the credits on us all how many like food. Oh, I know I know shit. Well, it was it was almost what I imagine like a Broadway show. You only see the ten actors on the stage. And then you go behind the set, and it's like, it's like you're on some Kunert ocean liner with others one hundred hundred people making it happen. And like somebody's fretting over like, the the live shrimp aren't kicking anymore. So we need live shrimp because only live shrimp on the show filling into the little pantry section for all the shafts to, you know, pick out their foods and everything it's so beautifully styled. And that doesn't just happen of all the food shows that I've been exposed to that is one of the nicest goddamn sets I've ever seen. I've been on a lot of those food shows, and I will say the pantry that we had on that show because every episode is a different country, we traveled to different country, and they would basically rip everything out. And I was always mad because I wasn't living in LA. So all the other people are getting the take all like all live, those steam them and like. Beef tongue and all these great things that she was being flown in from the market all over the world, the Brazil up all the fruits that that. We don't see every day we're being flown in and they got to take them home. So I was super jealous about that. But the culinary team. If you're going to get a crew job on on a food show, you want to be on yours. Yes. You do not for a month and a half. You do not have to go to the supermarket. You will be cookie. You'll be like really we're having mussels and abalone again. I'm very those ingredients are intimidating show. She's the cook. But one thing that was getting me at the beginning of both of the shows is all the burners are on on all your beautiful studio. The first thing I noticed. Panic attack right because the pilot lights on and all of that was the hardest part is just orchestrating because they're all these little when people watch this show. There are all these islands and their Puta full. So they weren't they couldn't just get a gas line to each of them. So they all had various propane tanks underneath. That's why that we're going. And so we had to make sure that those were and then like the running water was thing. Like, this is on a Holly a set that you couldn't just going to punt. Yeah, you're not gonna put plumbing in. So there was all this kind of getting all the outlets for each island to think. Yeah, they have all of their different event. That's like, yeah. I mean, it's just like any show everyone sees like the chefs and and the idiot coast, but they don't realize especially with the culinary show. It's like I was the first thing I was like who has to do all the dishes. Oh, damn. Dishes do and I hate the reason I started cooking in the first place. So I never had to do the dishes because if you cook you don't do the dishes, right? That's your job. How did you find your way into because you majored in what philosophy? I was a dome AUSSIE major I'm still trying to figure out a Heidegger in Hegel and Kirkuk guard. Obviously, so I-, let's see my parents were very instrumental in taking me out as a young kid. I grew up in Atlanta. Georgia and there was a street called Buford. Highway which is kind of our international kind of are saying Gabriel valley, and I used to go kicking and screaming into all these international places. A hated them. And then one day we went to this Indian place. I'll never forget it. It's called taste of Delhi. Generic? Yes, I had gone, and I had like onion Balji and vegetable Cora, and it just like something went off in my head and kind of it wasn't necessarily Indian food was just oh there's other food. Besides the stuff that I'm being served at home. My mom is a good cook. But besides grits and fried chicken. There wasn't a lot of cultural influence there and that click like eight or nine and then when I finally made my way down to New York City. I was I was at NYU for a graduate school at a doing a publishing course. And I walked by a bulletin board. Like, not a not a virtual actually one that nothing Craigslist. Yes. Laptop on cork board Courtney ward, which they still have. And there was a sign for a twice a week kind of like a guy Friday, like a just a jack-of-all-trades to come into a food magazine and didn't even say what food magazine. So I answered the thing and. I ended up getting the job, and it was two or three days a week at Bontempo magazine. And my first job this was in nineteen ninety nine this. My first job was calling all these restaurants throughout the country and asking them to fax the menus because they have websites. Some you're listening to be like. That they didn't have cell phones. I, you know, so and I still remember the fax number. It's like ingrained like my childhood fun number or like, my favorite NBA players. It's like, it's an rain because I was in because you know, and it would always come like curled up. They don't curl up MS that flimsy paper. So that was kind of that that got my foot in the door. And you were there for eighteen years up on eight. Yeah. And yeah, I mean, this say left my full time position a little while ago. So yeah, it was in my nineteenth year, and I'm still spilling. They kept the old man on editor at large. I don't think you're an old started. Oh young. I know. That's that's always was the disconnect when I'm like he's been I along, but he looks not yet. And I thought that he should have been there that long. It's all good ingredients in good food. But it's amazing. I feel so fortunate to have started in the food industry when it was kind of more of a niche thing, and there was a everybody doing it. And then to see grow become more democratic now where food is is like as much as a celebration of food, and what you put in your mouth, but version of cultures and the people who make it. No, that's the most important thing. That's what I do like about the final table is that you guys are kind of doing this culinary tour. But it's interesting to see food that we think everybody should be familiar with like tacos. Yeah. Like on your guys is I blew my mind. It's tacos and thirty years or had never made it there's a keep mentioned this guy who's from Scotland Graham the contestants. But like when it came to sushi or stuff that we all take for granted living in the United States. You know? Melting pot. They've never had it. And then who's the Japanese chef he'd had a taco once like her lady. Yeah. And God knows where that taco came found that was probably the Narita airport and somebody who was his trying out some gimmick or something. Right. And that's as he was like, no more talk. Oh, see I never dealt with. Then if you when you watch the show, it's like, they all come from this. There's such good cooks that even if if you and I don't they don't know how to make something they understand like every culture kind of has at taco something going on a on some sort of like, a flat car or whatever. And he figures it out, and I think it ends up the in pretty good, you know, at the end of that. But that was the most amazing thing is just and that's the cool thing about the show. This is a this is not an American show the way that everything usually is from our perspective, this is global show. So a lot of them. You know, there's a translator or the chef is, you know, I'm talking through a translator and it'll peel and just you know, the places I've been the most diverse country in the world when it comes to food till we have our shoes. New York like blows your mind. And just you know that if you live in small town in Scotland, you're you can't just walk out your door and get amazing bogey, or you know, you can't go to this Persian restaurant. And that's like really I opening. I think that's the cool thing about this show is going into you talk about that doing a show like this for net flicks. When they asked I was like when when do we start talking about one hundred and thirty million subscribers like one hundred ninety countries? That's the cool thing is like it's not just America the entire world. There's a lot of what I would call sort of boozy boozy like cooking shows at I don't particularly watch piece of feels very inside baseball. So I feel like an outsider, but this show feels like it connects with like you were saying so many different countries and people and the different cultures and how those dishes were created. And why they're important to the culture that was really interesting. It feels good to see that these, you know, chefs who already operate on this high level also have food blind spot. Oh, then it makes you feel. Maybe feel more confident about my cooking. I gonna make it got taco. And that's the thing about the show is like when let's say we went to the UK, which that national dishes. I mean like. Like, I was like, really. No, come on London. Come a long way in their food. Food question when when they find out these competitors when they find out on the spot that they have to cook this national dish. I'd be like, oh like this Unisem of the American shifts like they've never cooked this way or some of the American chefs who cook Mexican food. They only cook Mexican food in the United States. They don't they're not thinking about Japanese food necessarily so interesting this kind of natural fusion food that was go under that's a dirty word. But it was like a Nash a natural fusion food those opening and that was cool to watch. And like some of them are more successful than others. Infusions Doty were I think it's a food truck word. Very out of style. But it's also it's also like the whole, cultural appropriation. I'm gonna do Korean tacos. And I'm from Minnesota soda. Yeah. But, but what was is like when you see again Japanese chef trying to make tacos, and like putting a raw ingredients or using his Japanese knife skills, which are amazing to make KADO to Kito is what it what I was like he's making sushi on a taco, right? But it works, and it just shows how cooking is such an Hanley human right of art forum. Right. Your respective of where you grew up in your culinary tradition. Like you've got there. We all get within the interesting thing is I would have thought if you were from that country that the country we were in that you would have for an American chef when we were in the US, you would have a leg up on the competition. But most of the time when we were in that country with shift represented it was the opposite because the ambassadors the judges the restaurant the food critics were tougher on the people from their own country. Yeah, they're like, and they were more apt to do conserve. Active traditional stuff. Yeah. You know, nosing hoses like like the taco, and we're like, and then you'll had he he knew when he was doing his interview he's gonna be hard. I compare it to it's like if you have a kid on your the coach on a basketball team, you're going to be a lot harder on our kid kid better. Yeah. But you're going to be hard on that kid. Yeah. And you're going to call them out because they can't go complain to their parents things come complaining, you know, having your own children kind of changed the way, you view, food or the way you cook at home or anything like, well, I mean, I think it made me say more understanding to people's predilections and legs. I mean, we are obviously exposed to a lot of different ingredients. And I'm pretty curious eater that I'll eat anything. And I think my kids are great eaters two daughters nine and six, but they still won't eat raw tomatoes. And I'm like interesting to you know, who your father is Farris may public. Somebody's gonna see PICO they'll do salsa. They like they like heat. It's just, you know, us, do, you know, what's in ketchup? Yeah. Realize what's in catching show them their logical inconsistency in there? Yeah. This does not concern. This is and they'll eat the shit at some fish sticks. What you try to serve them like a piece of fish? And it's like Armageddon. It's terrible. Interesting. And I can literally take catch up and put all over like cover it like it's a dish. I can cover the fishing. They still smells like fish. What did you ate the crickets in one of the episodes? Would you think that they were they good like I feel like every time on a cooking show? Someone eat something. They have to compliment. I mean, I've had going to Mexico. If you I've had them to me. They're more of a texture component to a dish like taste. There's not a lot of toast. No. I mean, I have like I've had aunts that tastes a lot better than crickets 'cause aunt's like peppery peppery new like there's no Noma in Copenhagen, which is famous for serving aunts. They were serving live ants which was terrible because ants were crawling all over that. She. Yeah. Like, you just have to think it all the way through and then you'd be like Jake. So then they started dehydrating them. So you still got the flavors, but they let their ants sounds stupid tire. I don't know. Why people think food is intimidating? They they were raising their ants on lemongrass. So they were eating limits literally when you. Lemongrass interesting, and I don't know what how they're raising crickets crickets for me or one hundred percent. I mean, they're protein for a lot of people. And then it's just a texture thing. It's like pudding pepitas, sir. Sesame seeds on top of something. I've only eaten aunts recreationally as a child. Accident. But I remember I once. Food the as more and more food starts disappearing. Yeah. It's going to be are gonna like it is an L touch on this a little bit on the show. But it is a very sustainable food source. It's a huge sore millions of people around there's a lot of people even in the US doing chocolates that incorporate cricket flour cricket. Flour is everywhere yet you so you've been in the food industry for so so long, and you watched all these trends, come and go do you ever just like not get excited about something? Because you know, it's going to be gone next month. Anyway, or every five years it comes back every time there's tough times, politically or economically. Like, you see the comfort food story out. Everyone just wants to tuck into something back and cheese. Makes it come back. One more time. I mean, I've tried I feel like we can all become jaded about all the trends that we see it coming back. I try to always keep an open mind because as much as like sometimes I roll my eyes like okay this again. But there's always something new around the corner that we have and that I mean, that's the cool thing about food is whenever I feel like like if I'm doing the hot ten list for being I'm just like struggling to find a great restaurant, and like my pants don't fit miserable going back to the hotel room. Then I go to that next restaurant. And it's like the light light bulb came on a found this amazing restaurant. I feel the same thing with food as long as you do it enough and think you have to you have to you can't get to that jaded point where you think, you know, everything about food because any good chef will tell you don't. And this shows I think with year hosting on the show is that you're very inquisitive. Like, you're not they are trying to over explain necessarily every episode everyone learns one thing new, right? They didn't know. And I think that's cool. And I think that's partly there weren't many reasons to get me as the host. But the the main reason was that I can talk shop with all those guys and gals and like they hopefully. Somebody they respect. And you know, I can I can just look at a jar of puree and be like, okay, there's ginger and cilantro and fish sauce in there and kind of talk about it. So I think, you know, meeting them at their level that was kind of the cool thing. And that was that was the most the best part to me. When people watch the show is when you get to go round to the different kitchen stations in like, watch them interact because you know, what? Yes. Or not good at. They're not good at talking all cooking while cooking every time. You guys go down there on the floor is like this. So fucking rude. It is and I felt that was like sorry. I have to do this. You know, I was wondering that you know, when they present all the dishes to the chefs are to the judges at the end or the singular judge do you also get a plate. I'm might have like snuck in 'cause I don't care. I'm one of those people like having kids I'll anything off of anybody. I'm not I have no germophobic issues. So I would go in afterwards and just like try a few pieces. I had no I had no sway in the voting. Okay. Tried to. But they wouldn't listen to me. No. But I tried some of the food as much as I could. And they that's one of the things that was important on the show is food wasn't sitting around getting cold or they chefs. So it was very important that if the dish was meant to be hot, then that's the way the judges should have it. And that's hard on you guys. Y'all you guys through seem breaks and should unlike. Yeah. How to ways in? I'm just like the food is cooked winning what they go to fucking eat it like a lot of those dishes were made a few times to they had to recreate them for the judges. So they would be hot. There was the first episode. There's. That's a lot. And God bless the celebrities in the critic from Mexico's our first episode got easier for all of them because it less and less and less, but they had to taste twelve twelve issues. Nobody's like saying. Like, oh, I made you a light taco, right? Everyone's there to show up. Everyone's trying you know after like your fourth taco. You're like, I think I'm good. Yeah. I'm I'm stumping to skip. You don't want to mix in the belly. And the one thing I've noticed I kind of told some of the contestants when we were kind of in a Reno one time, it was like doing these food shows a lot of the the judges when I was judging stuff you only have one bite. So this is not this is not the time to show people your most subtle dish. That just builds over time, you know, you gotta you gotta hit people over the head with a flavor bomb. Yeah. That's the thing. They were eating every bite. They took was like a four. Intense. Well, it's all up on Netflix. Now by the time this. And binge and enjoyed early binge finally Mia, something, right? Thank you. But you you said it, but you will very hungry. I I can watch us late at night time. And then I was like no girl. You're hungry. You're very charming host on. Thank you. Thank you do wonderful job. My my wife didn't even say that when she saw some of the trailer. So. Oh, really choice award. Me too much makeup on. Thank you so much so much for having made. 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Screamy Times

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

34:15 min | 1 year ago

Screamy Times

"Welcomes forked up. Your Go-to podcast for all things. Aviaries approval numbers. I'm Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Today we're talking. Sidewalk Chalk conspiracies driving concerts luxury honey and growing your own food. It's about to get fucked up. What the fuck is up? Everybody Hope Y'all are okay and staying home and being safe and smart if you are tired of Baking Bread. Go to our websites. We have a Shitload of recipes for your kitchen. Dot Com slash bonker. We have a page called bunker bites There's a bunch of recipes on there that you know you haven't tried before and you can solve out ingredients and yet stuff using stuff you recipes using things that you probably already have at home and all the vegetables you can really sub in and out with whatever you happen to have in your fridge and all of our new cooked episodes. Those recipes are going to appear in bunker bites as well matt great episode just the Other Day. What recipe did she cook episode of this past week I cooked? The Swiss Chard Linguini and Basaltic Chick Peas and you're on deck this week. What I'm cooking a brand new recipe that nobody's ever seen before for our series Akini in green onion pancake so they're kind of like imagine if a Hash Brown had just a little bit about her in it so they're nice and crispy and then you dunk them in like a little bit of a soy sauce kind of dipping sauce. So it's a great way to use vegetables. That are a little bit past their prime. Hush Brown's yeah kind of in all kinds of stuff so and it's one is a great way to get kids. Yvette sneak into the you know. No one's GonNa cut it up. Cut Him like a pizza and so they're a little triangles and I don't fuck no one's in there it's fine. Yeah it'd be sure to check out our website. We keep updating you bunker bites page that link is duck kitchen dot com slash bonker. What are you up to the Corentin? Weeks O- obviously things are changing everywhere you know one new thing about this I don't know how we're all dealing with this that I really do. Not Care for is game that we're all playing of sidewalk chicken When I when I go to walk my dog and there's like somebody running. Yeah and they're running on the sidewalk. Not Street yeah masquerade. The your yeah yeah and I just think that there should be a tiered system you know a priority system if you will you know so the sidewalk priority. If you are a parent in you have your kid in a stroller. You give priority or our holding a kids hand who clearly needs balancer. Yes I will step into the street with my dog. Yeah I don't mind okay. But if you are a shirtless douchebag running on the sidewalk without a mask in the fucking streets. They can get hit by a carpenter. Get the fuck out of the way. Yeah we need. We need some sort of like Like a heads up system. You know you approach somebody. You're both coming to a point. This someone's gotTa mega decision. You is the right away signal. Yeah no I did this shit with somebody by our office. I was trying to walk to my car and she was telling me to cross the street so told you to cross the street. Yeah bold I had a mask on. She had a mask on and she's like crash and joining joining. Yeah and I was like that's my car. This is my destination. Yeah whatever your journey is you figure it I unless you're just not succeed. So she moved angrily. I feel it feel the anger grudgingly and I was like. I'm sorry I didn't mean to come at you with facts. I'm going to start walking my dog in carrying cue cards That's like I have the right away. Yeah I've I've walked sixty percent of this block. You just stepped onto the curb your new on this by getting street that referees. Because they're not working right now. They're going around giving people yellow cards cars instead. They're not wearing. Yeah I you know just when you really wanNA count humanity out. The Guy shows up in the grim reaper outfit to the Florida beaches. Yeah it's just like people just do a little something. I'm like our back in the game. I liked it. He's like a like a working attorney and he drives like a fucking did. They took a photo of him when he was getting out of his car. It's like a really nice like brand new Mercedes like this. Does he could. He could be doing anything his time. And he's getting dressed up like death and going to the beaches. God's work I tell you what I mean. Another thing that I'm seeing on the sidewalks is all the sidewalk. Chalk you know parents are obviously like just letting kids on the sidewalk and draw like that's great. You know no nothing wrong with that you know. I remember doing that as a kid. But all the messages you can tell like this one the kid obviously because the star has like four points because this is not even and then like some of them like the parents are like trying to be like. Oh you know like you should write something. Like inspirational like a message to the community. Everybody who walks on the sidewalks and see our message and it's going to be positive you know so you see things like thank you to the medical staff and things like that saw one that was like. Gee can't quarantine love. I don't know if that means that's nonsense. That's as some child like fucking what he talking about. Caja Dream What Quarantine Love. There's plenty people relationships that aren't together right now. You're young you don't you don't know this talking in somebody else's neighborhood and because my neighborhood sucks for that and a little kid had or a little kid and an adult. Basically the whole length of the block had done a hopscotch. Obstacle course yeah. It was like five jumping. Jacks and then there was like okay. You got twirl and it was like a twirly one and then jump on one foot and it was the whole block and then you had to run the last two hundred feet and then you had to scream at the end and it was and I was like. The kid is in one of these houses. And he's like he did it. I did. It made my dude do it the whole fucking block. It was awesome. I liked it in which the fuck in primal yell. It wasn't exactly what I wanted to do in our everyone's trying to get their routine. Everyone's trying to figure out. I think when you wake up first thing in the morning for we'd like you do yoga stretch meditate or whether you're fucking Shannon is whatever it is we should all wake up and fucking scream or yell at feel less panicky. If you yell or roar these are screaming times it was. The Worst Times was screaming times. But like with all the All the chalk work on the sidewalk I was thinking I was like you know like I wonder if I could get like a bucket of Chaka famous on like I know I shouldn't be ordering ship mind is I went to his place house like Homina. I'm GONNA do some sidewalk chart but messages are going to be Conspiracy theories about birds. Yeah I wanted on conspiracy chalk art that's got rainbows and stars and UNICORNS and it looks like a kid did it. And it's just like aren't real. I called on this. Earth is flat and motionless only like low stakes. There is just like what have different flavors based on the color. What I like that. That's good focus. Someone's head I had a girlfriend in high school who swore up and down. I think Really Jessica. Then let me blindfold you. And let's do this Shit Weird Weird fucking lie Jessica. She was just like shut up like What OPRAH show up. Yeah now I I always it to the next level too fast but yeah you can't really walk around in your neighborhood like where you live. How are you exercising or doing some like online workout shit in the living room which has led to a massive increase in my cuming? Because I'm getting just staring at the. Yeah like the floored in another failed push like God damn it always plinking my apartment and I was like. There's so much dog would still but in these times I hate to say it but the hipsters were right with its bike time. Oh Yeah you're gonNA COP by going to get a bike and coral nothing fancy just a real basic roll around the city. I don't like to run and I'm sure as hell not walk into your. I'm biking baby or good exercise. Yeah no you should get it from Is and there's only a few businesses open right now. What I know for a fact that these people are open. The bike shop next to my boxing gym. They they H- bikes. There's no way they they are open right now. They're wheeling and dealing with bikes. It's it's all super used bikes. And they're always packed to the Gills Hood. Iras of them how they have theirs. I Su- limitless boutiques and they're all different. They're all a lot of them. Look like kids bikes easily. Pick up unattended walkaway and throw in a trunk. Yeah yeah go go support this to my back. When I was a little kid cut stone so I got a bike like for my birthday or something and I was riding my bike around my little street and I decided to go inside and get a juice box so like all kids do with everything. Important and their life I am mandated on the sidewalk. I wasn't inside for like two minutes. Came out my bike. I lived right by the freeway so our street bend but the Cross through my house was the sound wall for the freeway and so it has a short wall and then the sound wall so there was like like a couple of feet gap in between the two and somebody. They fucked up. My bike mounted it on top of the shorter wall and then tagged it. Yeah how long were you inside? Two minutes I was. I was getting a juice box. I didn't like eat a sandwich or anything like I just got. Maybe I struggled with the Straw. You know going back in your buddies at center blocks took it took the wheels were fees and it was to my dad's ladder. Wouldn't like we couldn't get it right and so someone definitely like lobbed it up. They're like I don't know but it looked like they did it. Perfect well. They had to tag before they chunked era because they tag the wall so with your bike yes over the bike it was easy and it was up there for weeks until the city came down to get it and every time. I go. It's fucking Hell your bike. I didn't get another bike till I was in. My teens didn't deserve. This is why we don't do this. Our sidewalk should Get get something eccentric. You should get like a fucking UNICYCLE. You're one of those like big wheel bike. The Need I cared enough about bike in the city. Even there's like no cars on the road. I can't imagine being in that unstable son of a bitch WANNA know. What are those that they've literally big? We will know big wheels. A little kid bikes right. Yeah like black and white old TIMEY STUPID. Like people in the people writing these things. Why are they always in a soup? Every single one of these dude. Where are you going leisure? Where the foggy you going in a suit on that ridiculous disproportion bike. Look here's a how to this is fucking great. Build one know how to like mountain because they're awkward to shit. Yeah if you guys familiar with what? I'm talking about literally type in like big wheel bicycle old and all these black and white and Sepia tone photos from like way back in the day. Yeah people for some reason. The front wheel was like four five times the size of the back. I mean they were like six feet tall. You had to mount the Ford wheel. Yeah where are you going in a suit? And they certainly weren't wearing helmets like imagine they'll fall from that bike war. Okay so the modern ones. Yeah you're right yeah. People are still buying assist stupid the year. I guess the they made it a little bit more manageable because it looks like it's about chest height. That's still pretty fucking tall. Yeah it's still way too tall ridiculous while since we're talking about all the times since we're talking history let's get into history. It is now time for this week in Food History. Serious as you right now. A lot of people are planning windowsill gardens trying to regrow whatever like food scraps? They can on their kitchen counter to lessen their reliance on grocery stores for food. We've all seen it on instagram. We've seen it on twitter. My apartment has a tiny little patio. And I've already got herbs squash and tomatoes out there but this idea of planting more food in times of crisis has it's very modern roots unintended in World War One so during World War One tons of agricultural land in Europe turned into these battlefields where they were totally destroyed and all the farmers were drafted into service. That's their whole food. Supply chain was disrupted and what followed was an awful famine across the whole of your regardless of what side? Anybody was on so here in the. Us We were called to step up. Sore government could export more food tour allies in March nineteen seventeen weeks before the US entered the war. Charles Land Three pack a famous millionaire. Who made his fortune in timber? What a weird way to make your fortune but anyway. He organized the National War Garden Commission to encourage Americans to contribute to the war effort by planting fertilizing harvesting and storing their own fruits and vegetables. So that more food like I said could we exported and citizens were urged utilize all the idle land. That was an already engaged. In agricultural production. This meant schools company ground so like all the business parks whatever the equivalent of that was in the one thousand nine hundred seventeen parks backyards and any and all available vacant lots. This commission turned out tons of propaganda with posters newspaper ads and pamphlets everywhere calling on Americans to quote so the seeds of victory and walked people through how they should be growing and harvesting all the staff at the Federal Bureau of Education Initiated A. Us School Army Garden to mobilize children to enlist as quote soldiers of the soil. Which is really Kinda cute and to make the most of all the land of schools so the kids were learning how to garden but they were also providing this resource and people went fucking nuts with it. They were growing so much food that the garden commission start putting out more propaganda showing people how to can dry and preserve all the extra food that they were growing so nothing went to waste. More than five million gardens were planted during the war and that resulted in more than one point. Two billion dollars additional foodstuff that was added to our nation with the US population at that time around one hundred billion people. That's a hell of a lot of extra food but you know there's another war coming when food rationing started in Britain in World War. Two the US again called on citizens to step up implant more victory gardens when food rationing started here later in nineteen forty two roughly fifteen million Families Planet Victory Gardens by Nineteen Forty Four. That number was closer to twenty million doom. Yeah all these gardens produced roughly eight million tons of food which was the equivalent of more than forty percent of all the fresh fruits and vegetables consumed in the United States during that time. That is impressive. Isn't that amazing. Yeah so you know. This is all to say that none of us knows what's going to be happening with the US food chain. There's more than enough food to go around. But with grocery stores and farmers markets getting more stressful and dangerous places for us. Maybe now is the time to plant some kind of victory garden of your own like even in these examples. It's not that people back then necessarily had a ton more space either. So they're saying that they took like Boxes and they put him on the roofs of their apartments. And they would grow food up there or you know on a fire escape or however you can do it. It's not about space. It's about effort and you can make it happen like my patio. I can't even lay down on it but I'm still producing. Your patio is the size of a large coffee table. Yeah exactly and I'm making it work. I'm feeding barreds myself. I got all kinds of shit going on out there and if you do that during these terrible wars then I feel like Americans in general. We don't need a pamphlet for the government. We have the fucking Internet. Bright like we can ask professionals time questions. We're not out there. Trouble-shooting are shit like we got this. So guys plant some fucking food. Zucchini is so easy to grow. Tomatoes are crazy easy to grow herbs. You'll have in a fucking minute like why not just add a little bit extra something so you don't have to go to the grocery store for every little thing be like. Oh we have four Zucchini that we can make into pancakes you like that. I'm just saying is victory gardens. They it's time for a comeback fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to recall get ready for last week. Recall segment we talked about. How slaughter houses have been a hotbed for covert outbreaks since most workers have to do their job just a few feet away from each other and the top. Three meat supplies in the. Us were pressured by both health officials and local governments to shut down their factories to prevent the spread the day after we recorded that president trump invoked the defense production act mandating. The slaughterhouses are essential and must stay. Open the EPA isn't particularly unusual. It's been used a lot in the past especially during wartime efforts. Usually it's used to ramp up. Production of munitions planes are ships but this self-declared wartime president is invoking the EPA for sausage. Yeah it does seem like PP novel. Let us Ben data that they just find some everyone should be able to go out and get mcgrigor. It's it's criminal. They need to process this pork. Mcardle would have people order it. Mcdonald's they still mcmuffin I ag- mcmuffin but they stopped doing breakfast day. Murray that was like a big deal that they started doing breakfast all day. And then they just announced that they're not because there's a shortages no park hitting trump where it hurts. You should be breakfast all day. Now we don't say Mary Breakfast each other you know it's to shame. With trump invoking the EPA and with some help from Mitch McConnell they actually trying to pass liability legislation which would protect companies deemed essential from any legal action against any employee or family of a deceased employees. The Mike Contract cove in nineteen. The current legislation proposal does not require companies to provide p P. to its employees. Also a little evil footnote in this proposal. Flation is if you're an employee of an essential business and you don't return to work because you think that your employer is not going to protect you not only. Can you be fired but you will be disqualified. From collecting unemployment benefits. We need to take to the streets. Yeah Healthy Distance Tyson. Which is the second largest producer in the United States and twenty two billion dollar company bought ads across multiple national publications including the New York Times to scare readers that there's going to be a meat shortage tear Williams. Who's worked as a packer for Tyson? For last five years spoke to the Guardian saying quote to be truthful and excuse my language. Tyson really aren't going to give a fuck about us at all. For All employees that work in production. We're treated like modern-day slaves slaughterhouse. Employees have inherently dangerous in even during the Times. These manufacturers are notorious for food and safety violations putting not just consumers at risk but their own employees says. Read THE BY UPTON SINCLAIR. Nothing's changed haven't yeah. It's an old school okay. I'll check it out. This actually happens so much that we made his whole segment about it on our weekly podcast. This segment right now. We talked about food recalls dining most of them most of them are meat related so just to recap the top three combined meat processing companies in the US account for about fifteen percent of the supply the FDA and the trump administration both have repeatedly assured that there is no food shortage or risk of shortage. A few like whenever we say something political people immediately like. We only have to say a fucking politician name. We just make a joke. Are Light of the first comment in Eglise GonNa be leave politics of food and I feel like this is a perfect fucking example about how politics and food or inseparable. I mean Victory Gardens the health and safety of people working in our meat processing plants. Like all of it of course because it's essential. We have to do it three times a day. How's it not going to get political every every Goddamn bite you take has been regulated? Yeah exactly it's that's terrible. I know not great news but like that news happened the day after we record them. Parkas felt like we had to revisit it. So appreciate everyone staying with me through that. Suck Fest. The news interest in Trevor Ward Jaw. Here are some more of my thoughts getting narcotics marijuana farts or just food ghosts anytime that my computer asked me to verify that. I'M NOT A ROBOT. I feel like my computer is self hating robot. John Mullany has a bit about that whereas he goes. We spent half our day convincing robots that we're not robots and if that isn't enough to make you walk into a fucking Ocean. I don't know what is Malini. Who's you dealer on the same wavelength? K? So I was very high when I thought of this. Silence MAKES EVERYTHING LOUDER. I mean I get it I get it. I just got a little work. You got a little bit high you got. I got one more. I'd I literally wrote right after that. One Yeah Echoes. Sound Reflections. How how deep did you think these were when you were writing so I think? I'm so fucking introspective. You're just like I don't like fucking Omega. This is cure something with the public. Is it ready? I have a journal of this nonsense. I'm happy to read a couple of every week. If it brings you guys a little bit of joy. Hope you'll get a little bit of contact high off my stupid opinions. That ideas that I write down when I'm baked but anyways let's get into some news so everybody is itching for some work arounds to help life feel more normal and I feel more connected. These days and a lot of folks are sad. That concerts aren't going to be happening for a long time. The Danish people are trying to fix that shit. A S A P so. The dangerous city of our hus- allowed popular singer mavs longer. Yeah obviously to perform drive-thru event at a newly constructed venue just outside their city. The event sold five hundred tickets and according to locals it went off without a hitch quote. I've played many concerts in my life but this one was really a i. Linger said they broadcast it the audio of the concert over a very limited. Fm RADIO FREQUENCY INTO THE FANS cars. Yes exactly like an old school drive in. I don't know if anybody else has been to a drive it back in the day but that was the way to sneak your whole family and with one person driving. The car the organizers said that everyone followed the rules perfectly which sounds like the Danish. I think this is super smart and kind of a ton of fun. Of course people who don't have cars would be left out and I can't imagine venues could continue charging the insane ticket prices that we've seen over the last decade for concerts but listen there is. There's a lot to be trimmed in the world. Fucking venue prices list cut. That shouldn't have exactly not in half He. More than half artists need to tour to make most of their income. So this is the best idea I've heard in a while. What would you pay for a driving concert ticket I would pay is per person per car very good question. I would want to support the artists. Carful you for you personally. What would you special? Yeah what's your threshold and I'm doing this for not if you're driving but everybody else in the car but like you bring fucking Hoagie. Bring lasagna. Whatever you want Probably like fifteen dollars because I feel like that's like fifteen to twenty bucks is like expensive parking around Los Angeles. Spend more to listen to my own radio in my own car with no end. Bring me a drink of food that I can't even look how far away from the sage. You can't even see the dude fifteen dollars. Yeah Okay Yeah I. I would pay a movie ticket. That's for like that's what I would say. Yeah but I think I think it's a decent idea for now dude. Listen you gotta get money. Yeah people got a figuring we WANNA be a part of something in like all experiencing something together. That isn't this bullshit like I get wanting to be in groups with other people focused on something else like a performance or movie or any of that like I get it. We can't do it. Yeah I mean you just thinking about this now talking about how ticket prices have just got to come down to like they just got the new world. A airlines are going to have to adapt to because airlines for the longest time. It'd been charges more money but taken away more space. That real folks in real fucking food dude. The chair space has gotten smaller. They're trying to maximize how many people they can get on the plane. Now they're going to be forced like everyone's going to be in first class. Yeah if you're on the plane first class everybody everybody's like real fucking human beings like don't charge me for fucking Mike Carey Fuck you. I want to go back in the day when all those old airline ads. We're like people wore suits and shit like we can. We can go back to that without the smoking on the plane. Because I was a problem I remember being a kid the first time that are win on a plane the fuck in Ashtray was still there was welded shut. Yeah but that is still had an southwest. Yeah they were like we'll replace the armrest of like Nashville. This show exactly. It aims to be like. What's this for in one place at shared in one place? The Arm Wrestle. Have you got on? A plane has one of those in a while none. Since I was a kid I was like a couple years ago like five or six years and I was like how fuck. Yeah then. You're like I don't WANNA fly. Good bring bring all the presses down. Y'All all the prices are coming down. Yeah I just think that people are going to have to be more innovative. I mean you're seeing a lot of that like with this driving concert. That's fucking innovative. And that's cool. Yeah you know and like you were talking about Victory Gardens. I found this piece. About how Rolls Royce is making their own honey. Yeah so all. Their factories are obviously close. But like back in two thousand seventeen. Somebody who had. Roy Has Wild fucking idea that they should start in. Apiary to help combat dwindling depopulation England because of colony collapse an APIARY for people who don't know it's like a it's like a a word for becoming. Yeah okay. That's all that is so now. The APIARY is turning out like literal tons of honey and I just hope that whatever interns suggested that is just like a and look like a board meeting know anybody else got ideas and intern DNC. It was like I don't know maybe we make honey find sage whatever you like suck my Dick while the car. Production lines have stopped. The bees have kept working. Rolls Royce announced. Last week. The brands quote two hundred and fifty thousand. Strong workforce at Goodwood apiary named after the company's headquarters in West Sussex in a statement. The company says having come through the winner in excellent Health Rolls Royce English honeybees are currently emerging from their hives in forging in the half million trees shrubs and wildflowers flourishing across the forty two acre. Rolls Royce site plus the eight acres of plants growing on the manufacturing plants living roof. So it's Kinda like you were talking about with Victory Gardens. They had that on the roof of the factory. Isn't that sick? I WanNa Quarantine at the fuck. It Rolls Royce factor. Amazing 'cause dumb expensive but they got it figured it out all right. I think where the money's going to ask for the honey itself Rolls Royce says that once the B.'s. Work is done. It's meticulously hand process by local specialists to ensure the health and prosperity of the bees. The honeybees then served customers. Various Rolls Royce showrooms. All over the world with the surplus being donated to local food shelters. I think I need to go test drive and sample some of this nectar. Yeah it's just weird eccentric thing and I really really love it. That's my whole theme with quarantine right now is like. I want everybody to get eccentric as possible. Here's the lesson we should learn from quarantine try it. Yeah it's just not bleach. Yeah Yeah if you can do it by yourself sued droid. That's yeah certainly Pieri Rolls Royce and whatever legos matters? It's fun do you. As hard as you can for as long as you can just don't infringe on other people's rights to do the same. I even like reading that news and I was like. Oh you know what that's Kinda dope and like bees in honey or complicated and Vegan community for people who for normal people who are sorry to bring this information to yes. There is a rift in the Vegan community because veganism is about not consuming a product from an animal it was produced by an animal as part of the animal. You know even if the animal doesn't die in the production like wool. Exactly so honey is like is that Vegan are not in a lot of you can say some you can say that. They're they're hunting vegans. You know there's different tiers of it. Same thing with the It's controversial topic. We're not weighing in on it. We are just saying go bees. I'm not trying to get death threats from the Vegan community. Because you know I'm talking about honey a bit so that's our show for this week. Thanks to our producer Sean. Who is a world-class surgeon in trimming down our rants about days and air purifiers and griddles our show on schedule that just about ten minutes of content on the cutting room floor. Shout out to the audience for coming back in hanging every week and a God. Tear shout out to all the first responders and essential employees. They're doing their best to keep the rest of US safe and fit. You know we've been standing grocery store employees for longer than anybody all right so you know we mean that. Shit shout out to Ya. I see you never not seem you. Love you. Keep up the work and Fuck all your employers. I'm sorry so stay home. Keep cooking be safe. And we'll see y'all next week

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Lacey Henderson

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

1:11:44 hr | 3 years ago

Lacey Henderson

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Welcome back to another episode of forked up your go-to podcasts for all things, sweaters soup and simmering political unrest. I'm Michelle Davis, and I'm Matt Holloway. It is almost sweater and soup weather. I am willing fall with everything I fucking have like I want it so bad. You know that like morning, you wake up and you smell the outside and you're like there it is. Paul. And then I eat chilly for seventeen on it uninterrupted week. Like a there. Today's pod, we'll be discussing roast beef bath salts, denying an actual hurricane and bad beer ideas later joined by paralympian and whole areas, human lacy Henderson to discuss training your ass off and then drinking all the wine. Plus we've got breakfast tacos in her honor this week that are worth waking up for you. Stay tuned jolts about to give up sharpen those knives. Its fourth step of the kitchen podcast, Michelle, what's up not in, how's how's life? It's all good. It's been a week. Yeah, hasn't it always let's sort of go through the housekeeping stuff. You're, oh, the kitchen March? Yes, I have a note here hoodies. You guys wanted hoodies. You got him. Really thought they are. I actually got one for myself pay full price. We brought lacy. Our guest later in the pod. We brought her a hoodie and she text me after the pod when she got back to her tell. She's like, this is soft is shit. You have gotten picky about our merch and we and we sample stuff before we put it in the store. If I won't wear it, I'm not gonna sell to. So, yeah, you guys wanted hoodies. You got him beco- you just fuck. Go go to Amazon dot com. Slash kitchen. There's all of our merch over the occult. Hoodie. You got to understand why it's called the occult hoodie, and you will love it. Spooky for the Halloween season. The season is upon us for hoodies, get on it. You guys, please stop asking me for hoodies, they're, they're just check. Okay. You want something else. DM me, but the the hoodies are uniting people to slide into the dams if you want beanies. Yeah. If you want aprons. Short. Yeah. If they want to see if you if you want to know. No. Very happily taken. DM's what what else is going on? We got another housekeeping TK for we posted that last week, people about fucking jazzed about that. Those coming out next fall, twenty nine thousand nine. Not this season. Y'all. Stacey end from where updates on that. Everybody was like a year. It's like yo- yeah, it takes the lawn buck. Yeah, Jesus, you guys, we're working on it. How many friends I lose when I have to write a cookbook because it's going to be thing though. It's. It's. I can't talk about it now. That's it. Matt is experiencing a gas leak. It is apartment and not because he's vegan though. I was at the gastric. Thank you know those fart jokes on the pod. Thank you. I was at the office yesterday and my neighbor text me that the gas company was Jack hammering, the sidewalk and defend text. Yeah, so I had to rush home and let them into my apartment. They shut all the gas off and a huge leak. Right. There was a leak on the gas line. That was the gas companies side, like the public side and then an actual gas leak in sorts of four unit building that I'm in three of the units. I'd leaks including mine. So, yeah, that was a weird day yesterday I had finally like back home for good, not traveling anymore, right? Yeah. Summer travels over now. Almost. I got a trip coming up in two weeks where you're I am going to a Greek festival owners. Yes, with the bef in beautiful Ogden, Utah. Really. What's what's an Ogden other than a Greek festival, his family and also a huge Greek festival. So expect Instagram stories of all of the foods because that's you on the Thika in cigarettes? Yeah, I plan on gaining ten pounds on me. Don't tell the bef. We might travels at done. I just got back from end. We'll be it's beautiful. Yeah, they really call it that because it's so crystal clear in the water. So interesting. But emeralds are green. It was greenish interested. There was a kelp forest. We went snorkeling. Yeah. Yeah. You could see the kelp like waving back and forth. There was like a screensaver windows ninety eight. What's the, what's the state fish, that era of all the gear ball Garibaldi dammit, you Texan. Garibaldi it's an orange fish and it's it's productive because, yeah. The California poppy we are on brand one of the guys not in my group. He thought that because it's like a cove. He was like, I'm gonna go spear phishing. Seabrook brought a spearfishing gun. Got Aguirre Baldy and God the water, and he's like, hey, guys like delivered. I got an everyone's like put it back, put it back. Yeah, I know it dead. I know really put it back. You fucking idiot. Pretend to state fish. Yeah. Yeah, I hope they made him take a bus directly to Nevada. I just grabbed myself walking away. I was like, I am not part of the, I don't know his first name. I am not a spear fishermen. Dan summer travels done for me. So you got one more trip. I got one more. Y'all hear about it. We're starting. We're starting hurricane and fire season though. Yes, we are gonna the end of them, but this is when it's really bad. This is that peak fire hurricane season and Trump just denied all those people died in Puerto Rico, which was super chill whose crazy what it's wake up. Move every every day are every week. I'm like, this is it. They can't get lower than this and somehow he surprises me. But like way to make something about you that isn't about you. Like people are going to blame him in the administration for the response to the hurricane storms, not your fault, but that's not the storm. Get the fucking story, right, bro. And also you've experienced hurricanes. I wanted to talk about this. I'm glad that we're talking about the hurricane. We should do new segment where we just rent on stuff. I'm, how's that? Not the news that we do. It was kind of the news. Redoing a new seven y'all as called, let me tell you some. Okay. Well, not please. Please tell me something I'm from Houston. You know, I've been through hurricanes a lot of hurricanes and the last Arcain that I was living in Houston was and house got flooded. Nothing too bad that we couldn't fix my family just went through Harvey house. Got wrecked. Yeah, which you're a year later still Rex a year later, still part of the houses wrecked, but rebuilding during Eichwede and have power for over two weeks. Like, you know, it's it's I, I considered ourselves and I think you know, my family would agree that we consider ourselves lucky that this is property damage. However, everyone's safe, everyone safe and you're while maybe some of your housing was destroyed your life's. We're not to strike right unlike the people at fort Areco. I cannot imagine a public figure elected official, least of all the president of your country. Yet the president denied. Predator are American citizen denying the death of a loved one or someone close to you, like a friend or a family member. I mean, I'm pissed off him just denying the death of Americans. Yeah, crazy because that's exactly what he's doing. Denying the gases of American citizen because of his ego. Yeah, that's not leadership dude. Yeah, that's fucking petty ass. Pointing the finger bullshit. Yeah, it's despicable for all the reasons. Yeah, that made my stomach. Tom, I got fucking irritated that tweet grow the fuck up. Did. I mean, like I. I know that I use our Twitter account kind of dunk on politicians every once in a while. I like that you not slam dunk eight. Oh, well, it implies victory. There's no coming back from the kitchen tweet. I just read recently speaking of hurricanes because she's speaking hurricanes. A lot of my family members in North Carolina have evacuated right now firmly evacuated, but so far so good the storm. As we're recording this storm is hitting the coast this hitting right now. We don't know the damage report yet, or I think they've reported the first two deaths so far in North Carolina. What did Trump suit suing the video of him in Puerto Rico? And they were like, yeah, we have like sixteen deaths so far. Yeah, he's not so bad or that's not. That's not that bad. It's like, dude, holy, fuck. Could you just you don't have to respond for someone who's visited fucking mouths shut for someone who's been in the public eye for so long. He really could use a refresher in the old public speaking department for room nonetheless. But I was just reading that waffle house. Is this huge like index or the federal government in terms of like storm watching. So the Federal Emergency Management agency operates a quote unquote Wath. House index since the chain is so heavily populated over the southern United States, and because they're open twenty four hours there, what are the restaurants? You know that first responders and community members will go after a hurricane. So they chart the little degrees of openness of waffle showed up and users. I'm dead serious and waffle house itself runs its own storm. Watch management's home or go to those look, the photo it looks professional as fucking hells looks more legit than that photo in the Oval Office where he's sitting there looking at printed colored images, the hurricanes. Yes. So I'm starting to think that maybe FEMA should be sponsored by waffle house or for the waffle houses, killing the fucking game in terms of storm watch and store management and then feeding first responders. These people are sitting in a conference room. We'll tweet this ever. Everyone is sitting on the edge of their seat. They're either talking right. Writing something down there, communicating. Badges not awful incite waffles are for winners. That looks way more professional than the White House very intimate, very into it. It's so fucked that they use waffle house. I mean, that's so America though. You super America would Hugh roast beef, scented bath salts, oh God, you were. We were talking about this yesterday. Yeah. What is this. Well, it's the pricing on those fees, so it's not. You think that they would have taken the market on that shocked d you. So this is a basalt. It's not a bath bomb. Yeah, no vacillates little packet and you poured in it looks. I mean, kind of like Brown sugar. I know which is exactly what you want your fucking bathwater Brown because everyone would just be us us. Yeah, it's disgusting. I mean, obviously it's supposed to be like a funny gift. I think it's like thirteen dollars on Amazon, but guys, this is gone too far. So God look at this. This is gross. Yeah, it's disgusting. Hey, wounded, meet scented candles. Yeah. The KFC did a chicken Senate sunscreen. That's so weird. I wonder if you should love yourself. Let's not do that trolling. People's is weird. This is your body. What's the point of this people are going to buy pose on Instagram? Yeah. I mean, they got us talking about it. I guess that's working for what I'm not going to buy it. No, no, I don't understand it. It's like when bacon became like you remember like like six, maybe ten years ago, everyone was like, oh, everything baking. It became like a troll. Yes. They like the more the better. Internet, remember those commercials, the begging strips with the dogs? Yeah. With the doc dot, it was making. That's the voice I had it my head every time. I saw something that had like unnecessary bacon. Dog is that Memed dead. Let is the bacon now is not still into it. Yeah, fucking Ted Cruz. Put bacon on a salt rifle and then fired it. So he wrapped it around the muzzle. I think you've talked about this already. Got he took. Talk about in the pod. I'm sorry. I just don't like Ted Cruz. Yes, not done shit for Texas. He is. He is coming to Texas right now to campaign and then flying back to Washington. What kind of Texan doesn't like welcome. Oh, that's what I want to know. That's what the people want to know. He's Canadian. His name's refu. I don't like that man, moving on, moving on speaking of people with no backbones. Did you hear about this beer company in Australia was so it's like a craft brew company run by three Bros.. Classic craft room microbrews. Yeah. And they came out with this beer allegedly to honor a female employees. And they go on new creepy female play of one year to celebrate her one year employment. They came out with a special limited edition brew called pussy juice. Why? What y'all did not workshop that? Yeah. Oh, dude. You're right, look, man. This is embarrassing. It's embarrassing for a lot of reasons. There's like a poem Ono Apoel upon the release of the beer. So needless to say, they got a lot of bad feedback. Nothing makes you feel more loved and appreciate your workplace for your bosses to talk about your juicy pussy. Yeah, that's weird. Like Lulu. So in their apology said, we weren't trying to create anything viral. Also were choice. I don't know. But yeah, you don't wanna use the word viral anywhere near the word, pussy number one. That's just proper grammar number two wanted it to go viral in a positive way. That's absolutely why you did it. He did not go viral in a positive way. Thus you are walking it back so they obviously pulled the beer and what are your thoughts is a woman about this? If you're walking down the beer, I'll it just remind for me, you know, there's just certain products, certain television program. Like if I saw if I saw something there was like scrotum soda like, no, first of all, you would never fucking see that just shows that they don't assume that women are their clientele over, and then they wonder why we don't feel welcome in these different spaces community. When it's like fucking, obviously, you don't even think we're here to be offended by this. And it's the same thing when I watch certain shows while I'm like, oh, that's. Fine, but they don't think a single woman is fucking watching this ROY. And that's just that's the point is to have any examples or you not want to drug anybody under the bus or. No, that's fine. I'm just curious. We get we can talk off Mike about it. Well, you don't just a lot of things are seen as you know, female centered shows then, and I'm not talking about something that's like an overtly masculine topic. Like, I don't know, like some kind of crime solving or something that people would assume talking about. But let's say something like. Without naming names. I'm trying really hard not to say the name of the shows that explore like romantic relationships and the lead is male obviously for a male audience Oto that for some reason it seen as gender, neutral, but if it was a female lead pretty much the exact same plotlines it would be seen as a female show. We're talking about gender products. Everything that's for men just dark well. Okay. So what you for men, I loved up for men because finally, they're trying to make men, Justice, insecure as they've made us women. Okay. This should be more insecure and there's this. There's a dove for men body wash that has quote, purifying grains. I don't know. Just making shit up well, because I think the female. Yeah, female consumer of these cosmetic products and bodycare products. They've gotten a lot more sophisticated so they can put that like crazy bullshit on a bottle for a woman anywhere, but purifying grains. What if you type in dove and then p that's literally the first thing. Exfoliating for your body, but they won't say exfoliating purifying grains because hell, hell masculine. I mean as a dude, I'm just like, no, I'm just trying to get soap. Yeah. I don't know why he's got to have a gender. Yeah. Well, it's the same thing with like razors when I'm like, oh, this is a girl razor, whatever. That's does. It does eliminate her. Yeah, exactly. That's what I'm. I don't think the razor knows the difference between your chin and fucking labia. Right. You like that George's coming in real hot with the pussy talk to listen. I got a lot of them. I just I feel. I feel so strange when something is marketed specifically to men, and then they just change the like if you hold the ingredients side by side. Yeah, it's pretty much the same. I'm when Beck and I know I've talked about this on the ship before I went out of the pet and for women BIC for her. And I was like, motherfucker. 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She helps young girls dealing with body image issues that can be exacerbated after their limb difference and hosts a web series fireside chats through her relationship with Audubon healthcare where she talks with some amazing humans about their journey navigating life with limb differences and how they're turning their experiences into a platform for others. Basically, guys, she's a certified bad ass who can outrun out squat you any fucking day of the week. So please welcome Lacey. How long have we been internet friends too long time, at least during like when politics started really heating up each other. Each other through mutual disgust. It's really funny like I was trying to, you know, after Irish out and it was like, hey, when whenever you're an LA because unle- see lives in Austin. Was like when I'm here in LA like fucking come on the pot. And then I was trying to think how we heard we even. Clear unclear. Murky until this morning. We had a formal intro over doughnuts. Yeah, no, yeah. It's nice to meet you. It's been years. I'm glad you're in town. Are you promoting something or are you just got carded me, hey, I'm trying my best of Austin, obviously, constantly confused of, you know, I thought, I mean, I am too. It wasn't her and I was like, that's wrong. I'm pretty sure I've baby with offset. I don't know. I'm not so sure. Pretty sure. That's my life ready pretty sure. I'm the secret fourth Migo. If I make a God. Damn, are you from Austin? I'm from Denver Colorado, ochre, but I been involved all over this country. How long you've been in Austin? I moved there and of January this year. So it was a relatively new move. What do you think? I love Austin reminds me it's amazing. Reminds me a lot of Denver boulder, so it might have home. I was. I was in Phoenix three years prior for training and like, you know, I didn't hate Phoenix as much as I thought I would. But when it was an I number to leave a fucking Cup. I was like, well, don't hate this play. And then when I had an opportunity to leave, there was no question that I was ready to go. Yeah, I have exhausted. I was like all of us. I lived there for like three enough. Yeah, it's amazing. How do you balance like right, like with eating and stuff like you work out, like fucking crazy. Yeah. Obviously it's your job is my job is kind of what you do. It's kind of your brands and I think it's, I like that you show the work ethic you put in. Thank you people because I think showing the hustles important. Yeah, it's like you don't just wake up with a fucking six back. It's earned over months of grueling discipline and better about like my one hour workout. When you're talking about your like two days and you're there for like six hour and stuff, and I'm like. I got it. System at the end of the day. Like I'm like, I need to write one Email at the end of the day. I'm like, can't. Maybe tomorrow. But you come from a family of athletes or. Yeah, yeah, I do. I mean, even going back to what you're saying, I think a lot of the chronicling of like the long period of time of training. I think it's important because there's so many athletes like net we live in an age of social media, which thank God because that's how we became friends. Yes, same time people are very, especially athletes are very specific on what they post, like what they wanna show. I mean, I think anybody that has some sort of presence is very, it's great. Yeah. And I think especially for people that are interested in sports, especially for people that are interested in disabled sports after they've acquired a disability, it's important to be like, listen, like this requires long-term commitment. And I think a lot of times athletes, especially try to pull it off like, I'm just a freak talent. You can't touch me and sports is the Olympic in the Paralympic realm. So much of it is perfect combination of talent, skill, patients, facilities, resources, like all these things have to come together in order to produce good performance. And I think I have like dislike the perfect amount sometimes of like a little bit of narcissism. We're, I can. I documented and I show it and I have fun with it. I think that's been the biggest thing that I've learned, especially this year transitioning to Austin being by myself and Phoenix, we'd really big trading group, but in Austin, I was the Sola. And do you ever get people, especially women being like, how do I look like you? Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. The other day I was at the gas station and yeah, this woman she was like, you look great. How do I look like you? And of course, I make jokes all the time. I'm like, okay. Well, first of all, whatever you're doing right now, this quit your job. Because you're doing too in the five to six hours a day of training since. Yeah. And how much of like how you choose to kind of curate that experience on social media feeds in? Like I know you do a lot of work with girls embodiment? Yeah. Like, does it kind of all come together in this place of just showing like the work and like the right amount of narcissism, like perfect. Perfect little screen. I think over the year even even now, like looking at me now trying to build myself as a brand more than just an athlete. It's easier a little further out because like I'm getting good at the workouts. More fun to record, but it's been, it's it's also an introspective journey. So I think like as I was getting better and as I get stronger and get more polished in a lot of these exercises, I think it's important to reflect back and be like, hey, just so you know, like I was really bad. You were doing, you're talking about squats on your social media like a couple of weeks ago, and it was the same thing where I was like, oh, that's so it's very. And he talked about how you were like only scouting like sixty pounds or something, and now you're three twenty five. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Yeah, I started. It's like the Barham sweating and falling over the end of the day. It's still got one leg not an easy process to begin with, and I think so often everybody sees like the end result and like that's an of course, that's what we work towards. We're constantly trying to get better and constantly trying to have better marks in athletics. No one's posts and videos of shaky push-up. Yeah, exactly. Like nobody's like posting the day over there like totally fell in eight should on the track. Cried. I think with social media, it is this sort of culture of like you should be good at it right away. Yeah, like there it doesn't show an art. Yeah. If you don't start and you're just breaking records, then you probably are cut out for this and and it's like that's such an injustice to people, especially for people in, I think, in the Paralympic world because it's a weird mix. A lot of us are older as athletes because we acquired disability later in life. So you can't just like bang come out the woman start being like training for gymnastics. Yeah, they do something else sudden you pluck leg off and. I like things like the variables are a little different. Yeah, and I think I don't know. It just seems it seemed like everybody was just lying and I am a compulsive over sharer which sometimes it isn't the best thing. But for the most part, I feel like I'm like a modest about a lot of stuff and it doesn't come across all say as an audience member, it doesn't come across as like like overly self indulgent. Like it's very, like you're saying like introspective. Yeah. Well, as being like social media where you're allowed to show off a little bit. Yeah, absolutely. I've been lucky to that. I've coaches fully kicked my ass like emotionally. More than just physically when I started my program into for sure. I came in like delusional Peres, weird because there's so many categories. Like a lot of us are American record America's whatever record holders because of our categories specific. And yeah, I like rolled in my training group thinking that I was hot shit and I found out I was cold diarrhea. There's a lot of work ahead. Hold door. Dot is a fucking. That is, I'm going to start using that. I think you're hardship that's actually from a movie. I can't even really have you seen welcome to the Dollhouse. Yes. Yeah. That was like my favorite line is the subtle one school year. All right. You have homework. And today you mentioned before we serve according that it is your anniversary of jumping area like you wanna talk. Let's talk about how exciting was it for you to first of all? Gotari. Oh my God. Well, I'm not sure that I actually I need to do a better job of like broadcasting my actual story. Yeah, this might take a while. So. I had like a leading up to Rio. I had a lot of personal shit go down in my family with like this shitty boyfriend that I had. Amongst us hasn't had actually. Wait shitty, boy, the worst in your view, so much partner partner partner that was a ship partner. Oh, exactly. Weight of women, the materials like because she's an Michelle's like you need to get as far away from this person as well. Like she's being both down this person. Give me a good rule. You said the girls with the manicured nails. What is that? Oh, no. The pointing. The pointing one is called stiletto. Yeah, Michelle and shows like if you see a woman was stiletto nails run the other direction because that's your type and they are high maintenance and they don't work with their hands. They don't want that what you want. That's not what you want in a lady you gotta do is talk to. Yeah. So. I mean, like my like I found out a lot of like telenovelas style drama and my family going, and it was all leading up to Olympic trials to Rio trials. And I'm like, it's just like. A dumpster fire behind me and I'm like, things are so fine. So by unreleased. That's just allergies. So I went to trials and bombed bell, so bad and like. I knew I knew the likelihood of me making the team like wasn't great, but I go into like the team announcements and like sure enough people's names beyond called and like, I'm like. My name is not called. And so of course, like I was crushed. I moved to shitty Phoenix. I didn't all this shit to make this bullshit ass team, and and then I didn't make it and I felt like a failure. Yeah. And I felt like I just wasted a lot of yours because now I'm getting to the point. I'm realizing that I'm getting to the point. I'm getting older and like like the Microsoft Office skills that I had in college. Like, I don't know how to do like an excel spreadsheet. Now, if I needed to get a job, I don't think anyone knows how to do. So. Yeah, I can you add to sell together to equal another. So I have no fucking. I mean, we talk about all the time like ITO, Ethan, when this train runs out for us, it's like we're gonna have to go back to retail. Service industry and I hate everyone. Oh yeah, it's rough stuff. It's rough so in it's so it's hard when you try it, something to cause rather failed something you didn't really try. You're not invested. You're fucked up. I didn't really want. It's not even cool spend years on someplace and have been training all the time. I'm not crippled in debt. And all this money. So I did make the team and drank heavily early in the morning. Yeah, as windows. And I decided like a head like my like my like white girl realization. I'm like, I'm going to have an payloads. I did. I was like, fuck this place like Phoenix. So the guy was eighty of the time he's enable body after he went to the Olympics. Okay. And I'm like, I don't wanna see that shit. The Olympics never happens for real quick. You're a great ambassador for the Pera community. Thank you. Thank you. There's a lot of stuff that you talk about on your social media and stuff that was unknown to me that I've learned just by you. Thank you doing. You're trying to make it approachable. I try to make disability to send general like you do like at least like a little like a boat. It's not it's, but it's not in everything that you do is you sort of casually mentioned it, and there's language that I was on the end with, but thank you anyway. So yeah, you know, it's weird because it's something that happened twenty years ago, which like for the most part, things that happened twenty years ago. It doesn't really affect us today except for like, comes off. And also like that's my job. North. So I decided I went home to Colorado and like had to like mend relationships with my family and south bunch of friends. I had a family reunion in Italy, so I went to Italy and like eight, eight, everything, eight, everything, drink everything. I did. It was a great opportunity. My dad's wife at the time is still trying to buy my love and I'm like, who am I tonight? Italy have time now. Lutely care. All. And after Italy, I decided I studied abroad and family also in Butto side. He's in Argentina, so I was a chemical back to Argentina. I'm going to be there for at least a month, maybe two months and just avoid South America. You can avoid reality North America easily. Yeah. So like the Olympics, even though it's story right now. So we're just life. So I went to, I was there for supposed to be there at least four weeks. I was there for four days. I remember this is memorable. It was my first hair wash of the trip like I'm I am a new woman. Nice from my pasta. Yeah, and I get out of the shower and I have a bunch of miss calls on my phone texts. USA coaches called me soon as you can immediately to that and you're like, what kind of trouble Mayan. I need to get a lawyer trying to think of all the shit that I talked on these people when I didn't make the team pouting about it, like. Call her back and she's like, hey, what's up? How's it going? Where are you? And I'm like, I'm in Argentina. She's like, oh, she's like, have you heard the news? I'm like, no, that's the one thing I'm avoiding civic leagues. I'm actively trying to know the news. She's like, have you heard about Russia? And I'm like, who. I'm aware of it. I know where it is, and she's like, well, the Russian delegation had state sponsored doping for both the Olympic and Paralympic athletes, and now they can't go right now. We've only been given one spot and I knew I knew that I had done well enough if somebody like something happened, I would be called, but like time passing, I didn't get a call pasta caller. Exactly. Exactly. So she she has. She's like, do you want to go? And I'm just like, it's like one of those moments that your brains like this is not real hold on like. So I remember being on the phone and I'm like back five minutes. She's like the games are probably two weeks away. They're shipping people off two weeks from now, and I'm like, where my running leg is the dramatic like this at somewhere like keeping up with during. So you're sort of. Lemme coy. Hold on. So she's like, can you hurry. Okay. Give me five minutes. So I'm like frantically texting. My training partners sports like my coach, there's smoke flying off my finger and my coach. He's he's an amazing man, but he also speaks in riddles all the time. He's like truly steer your own ship, not experts. The star that's Bryce. I need an answer that. Training partner. I'm like, I'm like, you know, he's, he's an Australian names brief and I'm like, I haven't even trade and he's like, fuck trading jump anyways. Okay. You pretty good point. Okay, warm and I text my sports psychologist and I was like, ready for elusive, answer to his name is Mark when he's mazing. He's turned into my life psychologist. Also sports turns out that the same thing for me who and he was just like lacy. He's like, you get your shit together. You get on a plane and you go to the Olympics you, you're gonna go, you're going and I called, I called the coach back. I'm like, yeah, I guess I'll be there. I tried to commuters like ticket back from Argentina's and some leaving tonight. And she's like. The real one though. So I had to find my running like was I did like those two hail, Mary training practices and hot s Phoenix and roll through to the games. So that was how I went, which was unique because most people typically train all the way. Weeks out, maybe. Yeah, damn. I was like, you're. I knew I knew going into the games of his like we have a prayer guys. But I mean other than your eat, pray, love moment. You have like you're used to this. Your body is probably snapping to pretty fast. I mean, yeah, exactly. Like your body definitely takes inventory and all the training trainings cumulative anyway, you have the fundamental things that are inside of you and just gets better and more consistent over time. But also, I think I think the love part that aspect really helped my mental game more than anything because of was it. And also maybe just because I knew it was like super fucked for actual. All right. Like we're just going to do the best we can today also. I mean, not that you wouldn't have been grateful otherwise. Yeah, but you have not had it felt how much it meant to you and then to get it. It was, yeah, it gave me an opportunity. I think to be more present the athlete timeframe between finding didn't make the team to the phone call. I think we found out like July third or fourth patriotic day, and I got that phone call. It was end of August. Okay. Yes. You had quite a time to wallow. Whiplash just like y'all, I'm not. I'm not ready for this. You talk about how hard it can be to be seen to as like a quote, unquote, inspiring person, and on your social. You talk about how like growth is painful and it's not always glamorous. You did a post about kind of depression and anxiety and how you just need to keep showing up for yourself. That really resonated with both of us because we both deal with depression and anxiety. Are we? There was a guy. It assigning who asked me because I came from like not cooking to bestseller us. All brad. Amazing. One year I could do it, I can do it. But he was like, he was like, worship. I start like, how do I get to your level? Like, dude, it is like you gotta give something up and like it sucks and it's a rollercoaster and like, do please do not compare yourself to us or what we do is this is our job. We do this for a living starting, right? But being an inspiring person is like, please don't put me on that pedestal because I have my own struggles. But in terms of health and fitness, I think at least I know it's true for you and I, that I, I won't work out and eat while necessarily for vanity reasons. And certainly I'm not a personal athlete, so I don't need it for money. I, I'll do it to sleep at night because if I get a. If I'm working out on the regular, I will always sleep better. If I'm eating while I will always sleep better. And that means that's one less trigger for my Russia like this one less fucking thing to worry about and pass Michelle's looking for future. I won't go on a run thinking in six weeks like I might love your body ready. I'll be like, fuck it, whatever. I get fucked on the rag, like it's fine. I find. With them, but I will do it if I'm like, I need a fucking sleep like I am tired of waking up at three forty five until when my anxiety is like through the fucking roof. I haven't been to the gym a week. Yeah. Like, yeah, you're not Tucker yourself out like a puppy punishing. Fuck also, I think we forget like at the end of the day, we are just like just like a big fleshy bag of chemicals, motions and emotions are expressed through our through whatever releasing hormones and chemicals, and so much of that is regulated through exercise and getting food. That's why I was attracted to you guys, like with your books like the this is. This is like it's vegan and wrote new first book. It's like, well, receiving you cook me. And if you do not. Oh my God. Could you took it somebody when we were pitching somebody was like, what would you guys ever consider like doing like like one one meet book every there's so many fucking chicken cookbooks? Yeah. On the shelf, like you know that you don't know how to fuck with the root of Vegas. How to deal with vegetables and fruits. That's where most of our nutrients really come from and our bodies. You know what, what the fuck to do with those things. Exactly. But especially in this country, the way that society has like like not even taught us really how to eat like everybody's just running around clueless on how to treat their bodies. And I think the more we eat chemical bullshit like the further and further away we get from our bodies because you're constantly telling us what they need, how they feel and like trying to regulate themselves, what if they're trying to decode this like national treasure style DNA bullshit that you just like threw inside of it, like my dad mind? Yeah, exactly. He's like, that's a free workout right there. Working out in a diff- it's a different system for your nervous system in your whole body to kind of break those things down and try to assign it a place. And it hasn't has no place in your body to be honest, and we get further and further away and like nutrition and sleep, rest and exercise, or the three things you really can't do to regulate your circadian rhythm and not feel like shit all the time because a lot of that, like a lot of. Depression, anxiety, it is external and it's from external forces and how you react to a lot of it is just like the chemical reactions that are going on in your brain well, and it's also about lake. I think for me when I get really Hetty like that and release stuck in my bullshit. Like I forget that I had the whole rest of my body to help me out with my mental anguish. And that's what exercise is really like show me because I used to have a huge chip on my shoulder. Yeah, about working out. 'cause like there's that line and still do fucking hate cardio honestly, if I didn't get paid for this. Lebron contract. On the people in there, like, how do I look like you get paid for it because the moment that you stop getting paid for it, you don't as my training like you think you're going to exercise when you retire. He's like, hell. No. I had a filter about it for a long time, especially a teenager because it meant that my so called life quote we're stuck about. She couldn't bring herself to eat a square meal in front of her mom because it just meant too much to her. And it was just like, no, like everyone told me to fuck an exercise, like, fuck you guys, like you care too much. Yeah. Do all this being. Yeah. Yeah, I, I think that that's always an important thing for people to hear, like use your whole body to help with all of your problem. Also when I go to the gym, especially like the boxing gym, taking a few punches in the face, really, really. Yeah, you do have those huddling moments every now and then and your dislike, you're limping to your car, you're like, yeah, nothing like this is. I'm glad that I got out of that and nothing else really matters right now. I do feel better, but I also feel I complete it also. She ate. When your body is fully like before you on your side and you're like, oh, yeah, like awesome. Like good for me. I think that something unique, like especially in the community that I'm realizing now, like our bodies, I just have more of a perspective sometimes sometimes sometimes. That Lamar human. The most part that our bodies like they are there, they have a time stamp like a ticking time bomb. Right now, we have a gift that they mobilize a little bit more sore in the mornings. The older I get now. But for the most part, once you get it going. And that doesn't last. And I know especially for me even going through my journey with track and field some and any athlete, even in the Olympic realm. When you talk about doping when you talk about overtraining like some people would sell their soul for what they're doing right now, and that's, that's your like, do you. But like for me, I, if I could be fifty and like not being a wheelchair, like that's a win. Yeah, honestly. And that's something again, it's pass Lacey's look for future late. Yeah, this is super dope right now. It's great, but it's a short career. It's a short window and there's a lot of life ahead and I would like to not feel like death as late as possible to delay that as much as I can. About quality lab, how how much differently do you eat like when you're training versus maybe when yours is right now? Exactly. I feel okay. So during training I get pretty, it's really hard, and I'm not sure if this is necessarily a signature woman thing or just a human thing. But I know when I first started, I would get really, really rigid with like how I was eating a hell of this little apps like my little, my fitness pal, documenting everything. We also had some coaches in our previous training group that were like really into certain each diet so keyed we're doing. We're talking about Kito and twenty two thousand fifteen and like Kito. I feel like that's like a demon in and of itself sometimes like. What he should have just said was like just eat food food and not. I got really rigid like really rigid with calories really rigid with just like ratios of food. And I have a great nutritious now three USOC who had to like shake me and slap me around a little bit. And I wasn't eating fruit after a while. I was like, there's too much sugar and he's like, you're an insane person. Do you know how much you work out and you have when you're burning? You're gonna be okay. Yeah, I'm like the inflammation. So now dur- during training. Like I have to eat a lot. You burn a lot, but it's mostly just like smaller meals. I mean, like I don't know in the morning, maybe something around three hundred calories or something like get the engines in. Eight in between sessions, big ass lunch. I mean, my dinners are typically smaller. I try to do higher calories in the middle of the day. That just feels that to me too because you can just burn a little bit longer. But when you go to bed with like a brick and your stomach, you're like, yeah, war learn going into more thirties. I love a big us launch and a light dinner dinner at like five, a hundred years old. Seven. Oh my God. That's my fantasy. Actually my I want I want to go on dates with four thirty. Now you're like trying to meet up at nine. Our all discounted life. I get on board by, I gotta be home by eight. No, I don't have a family. Why are you asking. Going to get home to my cats today, but a yes during training, for sure. It's a little bit. It's it's not rigid, but it's a lot more structure. And when you have to take preparations does like anything else like my my workouts are written like, I don't write down what I'm going to eat, but at least I like going to the week, like with like some some pictures. With? Yeah. And then off-season. Like definitely follow. Like you've just fall off the deep end pretty quickly. And all this other, like only like now that's what I like fake process. Carbs. Why am I depressed? Like my shit and I'm sad and like chance leave. Yeah. But this is fun to eat though. Right? But it just, you know, there has to be like you have to have in order to be sustainable with what you're doing, especially when it comes to something as disciplined as professional athletics, you need to have a time where you can dislike unplug from the matrix, eat something shooting. Would you give anyone advice on if they just wanna do one day week, the gym, like how they jump start that like I got friends who haven't been gym in fucking years. Yeah. I mean, even one day a week is good because after this, having a consistent routine, anything consistent that you can that you can like we've into your daily routine. Like that's the only way that you're going to be able to keep at it cardio Wade's. Would you recommend? It depends on what you like just like eating. It takes it takes a little bit of time to find out how you respond best to it. And like for me, honestly, cardio I could not be more board to do cardio. Oh my God, all so boring. So that's why all those treadmills little fucking screens on them. Yeah, because you know. It's boring. But I mean like you like boxing, everybody has their thing that whatever they'll show up. Yeah, exactly. It's something that you enjoy and I think that's one of the reasons why I keep doing this and you know, and not don't have a savings account, but like my trip to the track everyday because I'm enjoying it. I enjoy. I enjoy the trading. I enjoy my warm ups. I enjoy the workout. Enjoy going to the gym, even hardest shit. Yeah. Even if I have a ship performance to even five shit track meet. Yeah, exactly. And it's like I enjoy the process and like you can look back and and learn from it. And I think as you enjoy things, you become more curious about us. You understand it more. You're more educated and it's just like, just do things that are fun for you. I think especially right now to like in this sport culture, I just had an event Marie. We're talking with us sports and like kids sports now is getting so specified so early. I like. Washer, what do you mean? Like? I mean, I don't wanna. I don't wanna throw any just curious. Like I mean, even like the cross baseball, basketball, all these sports people at parents are getting their kids, private lessons like joining club teams, then doing school sports and all the ship offer one specified sport and of just like play. Yeah, exactly. Like you need friends, weirdo soccer team when you're over. Handball. How come that never took off on the ship at that. The playground. I was by myself, but whatever. But yeah, like like, we forget that physical activity should be playful. It should be fun. And I think again, like we put so much pressure on ourselves now, like what our bodies look like. Am I beach season ready stuff and it's like it put so much pressure. I think even just like when you're stressed out going into a workout, your body's not respond because people were so. Who are. So they're so fucking worried about the beach, and it's just like you only live near the water. Now, what? Why do you care? He wasn't making people go to the Pete who's. Eat a burrito. Water ridiculous. Yeah, jaws. And why is he the mayor in the second movie by the way. Terrible. I also feel like I dunno training your body for a specific outfit is always fucking ridiculous. Say yourself up to lose because you'll never be happy. No. Like how many times have you look back pictures of yourself in high school and like you? I thought it was so fat and you look in like, I'm a. Beauty. I am so gorgeous. Yeah. Why didn't know what treat me like the treasurer. Absolute princess. I feel that way. Now, you know, now that I'm in my thirties too, and I look at younger girls like when I drive. That sounds creepy. But you know. When I. When you see a pack of teenagers walk by and you're like, every single one is so beautiful and lovely. I I'd heard older women say that about when I was a much younger woman, but it didn't sink in until now where I'm just like, no, like nobody sees your flaws. But you know, is a harsher critic and pack of teenagers. That's how they, we all know. They can be aggressive. Goggle, the parliament. I think that's something that I've wanted to expand with my brand is like, honestly, like for me, it's low hanging fruit like league. So of course people are like, oh, like a lot of responses like hopeful Qatar. I kind of feel sad for them, like professional athlete. What do you do? Yeah. But like it's easy to be able to use that as an example. I think everybody has their thing. Everybody has their body. Everybody has the thing that they don't want anybody to see. And so for me, I mean, like now I just explained my disability now as much as I can for money. But for most people, people immediately assume that that's something that I'm ashamed of that I would want to hide that I'm afraid to let people see. And so it's been a, it's been a good. It's been a good platform, I guess to be able to jump off of that. And yeah, like with your crazy lake series. Yeah. Yeah. I really, really enjoy just kind of talk about that a little bit further audiences. So a couple of years ago at a moment of genius. What I'm doing this eventually, maybe it'll be a book. I don't know. I've had. I'm like in this really weird gray area of disability as well. I can put on a pair of pants and like I'm invisible. I just looked like a norm e. Able to. I'm not just basic. Like Madison, my name. People in the community. They're just like you're body passing? No, there's a weird hierarchy of disability people in wheelchairs like sometimes they don't foots the because like. Handicapped enough, but I'm missing my knee. So I'm like, I'm in a good like I'm going to. I'm at a healthy level. You're like? Yeah, exactly. Like it's all gone. Not just the foot, but I had like growing up my dad. So my dad's like definitely narcissist and he's amazing, and I love that, man. I don't know if I'll of any man as much as I love him, but he's also a stable. Yeah, I make jokes. I'm like he accidentally raise a feminist in me, not because he saw his daughter as female child, but because like he saw himself in me was like my father here the shit. He's like, don't take from anybody's like you get into fight. They hit you hit back harder and they sent me to an all girls high school and it was like the kiss of death for him for sure he is regrets. I've always just had like a really over inflated sense of self confidence with most things in life, and and then you know, you get you gotta taste the humble pie pretty much immediately. You come out a healthy normal. Exactly. A healthy normal. Yeah. So my dating life had always been really funny, and I've always had really funny stories because like with people that maybe didn't know about my leg and I just assume everybody knows this. 'cause I got over share everything or I dislike just don't care about it. And you have a full personnel? Exactly. It's not. It's not your defining fucking. No, that's not like my whole identity is like I have a fake legs yet. It's not your fucking bumble profile of you like holding. Like a little like precious moments. So I've had really interesting experiences the people that didn't know and like found out in a shocking like their response to it was really shocked. And so it was like going through with my career in Paralympics. I've made a lot of really good friends with with a slew of different civility. So I'm like, what if we started collecting stories of people that have had like what the fuck type moments with dating? Yeah, because everybody loves to talk about sex and dating. I'm no different. So I started asking people. I'm McKay if you want to do like an anonymous story or something like that, like please share with me. And honestly, I need to get like pick up momentum again. I've just been eating too much shit. I feel good enough to just sit at a computer, but it kind of just took off. It was amazing to see the response to that people are sending in, and I wanted to be able to use that not only dislike. Have a good chuckle about like stupid dating is in general and like how ignorant I think people, especially Americans are with dealing with disability. Yeah, because like right now they're still this image of like pity? Yep. Or they or like it needs to needs to just be about your wheelchair and it like your whole identity is like the story. What while you're in a wheelchair being treating people with kid gloves? Yeah, exactly. Yeah. And like nobody. Nobody's unless it's fetish is nobody's sexualize disability, the New York sexy, and you're like, wanna. Look at me on TV fucking smoking. And so I just think it's just been like as benefit journey, and it's been funny to dislike, sit down and talk with people and have stories. Because like at the end of the day, we're all human. We all have these shit experiences. So if people wanna read these stories, where can they find? It's on my website. Okay. I'm Jay Henderson dot com. Okay. And what are your social handles for you who wanna follow along lacy? Is your friend on Instagram blown up right now by Twitter's laces, your friend because that was Twitter before like you could have enough character. Yeah. So did we the why? In the I had to get back. I'm willing to all of this on our social follow along with Lacey. And I, you know, maybe try to do cardio like me not working great, but you know, lace is gonna help us into your into. Thanks for coming on. Here's some useful car tips that you might not be aware of putting your floor mat on your tires. Winter can help you get your car out of the snow. Do you know that Michelle because we got so much snow here in southern California that that this is a sibling people, half formats. I mean, you floor mask gonna get wrecked after you use it to get your car out. Yeah. Did you know that removing excess weight from your car can improve gas mileage? Yeah, I'm looking at you because you have a trunk full of junk. They could be. 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"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. Podcast. One presents four up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that discusses food, politics and pop culture, all while trying to give a fuck and now for your host, Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway. Welcome to forked up your go-to podcasts for all things cherries. Chernobyl and checks and balances. I'm Michelle Davis and bat Holloway today. We're going to be talking about the evolution of food stamps. How expiration dates on food products really? Don't mean Jack shit and turning waste into renewable energy later. We're going to be joined by model and writer Eckhart to talk about lingerie because, you know, this is a podcast about more things than just laundry. But you know, we talk about these about teddy as we talk about feet, Dr Buffy picks. So we're calm a she's a delight awesome. It's not a weird combo. It's a fucking mind. Opening converse. You guys wanna listen to this shit, sit stay tuned because it's definitely getting for sharpen knows knives. Its fourth step does kitchen podcast. What's up party? And it's Michelle did you have a good weekend? Did you do anything exciting? No, I just got I adopted all fucking weekend. I would to the container store, not. Plug just a just a lifestyle and. Well, you know, I just moved to. I just moved into a new place. And like I wanted to start with best practices, like I feel like I always try to get organized once I've been messy for a long time, and I was like, no, maybe we just make places for where things go from the outset. So that's just worship goes. And so I've I like was patting myself on the back all weekend. I was good willing I was containing I was doing everything. And so as a nice thing to myself got pretty high last night, and had a series of very adult high thoughts, one of which I texted you lake. Nine at night. I don't remember what? I was trying to figure out what the. Estate tax was in fucking sin. Tax about medical like at night. I was like weird question. What do you think the property taxes are like on a fucking cemetery? Like, for example, Hollywood forever, because that's like some premium real estate. Forever for the all the Dono is a cemetery here in the heart of Los Angeles that it's between. Beverly, and Melrose literally right behind Paramount Pictures. Mel Rosen son's knows Melrose and Santa Monica. Excuse me. I mean they're not from here. They don't know what you say street names people. Don't fuck in Melrose. It's a massive piece of property and real state in L, as expensive as is I can't imagine what their property taxes, why the fuck you thinking about that. No idea because I wasn't doing anything related to Hollywood or cemeteries, and I was just and more property taxes, and I'm just sitting there and also in my head. I was like, what other property taxes? Overheads. If you're. It's the one that a lot of TV shows movies have made fun of this. But it's the it's the place where in the summertime they have movie screen movie screenings where they projected onto this giant concrete wall. You don't sit on graves. Yeah. That's a common thing. Everybody thinks he's just sitting on tombstones fucking now Jin like I dunno like sons. No, it's a close Vanu your there's like a grassy area. That's where you said, because it's become like a big thing fun Orlando made fun of it. Yeah. It's super fun. And it makes the cemetery a lot of money to, I'm assuming pay the property, Texas. Also, I was about to sleep. And it was like we were rulers invented. You were. Google. Bother you so much. You had to, like, hold up. I can't go to bed. Win like standardized units of measurement. Apparently they got down to like they had rulers forever ago that were accurate dental the one sixteenth of an inch like it was very impressive. Do think that it coincided with dudes sitting unsolicited dick pics. Unsolicited, dick DRAMs get sketches. Yeah. Winging into fucking concrete sketch of all time is in the big lebowski where they're at Jackie tree horns, fancy mansions. Yeah. Yeah. And he's a phone call. And he's like he's writing notes like it's like a super fuck and important phone call. And then she sews figure giant erection. Yeah. Takes the note and goes in the other room. And so fucking dude is like trying to be an investigator in like sketches over the thing to see what he wrote in. It's just a guy with a huge wrecked penis. And I think I, I think I saw that when I was like fourteen and I was like that is the funniest. What up to the weekend Mullah weekend? You know, speaking of cemeteries, I saw the latest installment of the Halloween series. Hold on, for the potty aunts. Matt is kind of motherfucker who will go home and be alone and turn on a fucking horror movie like midnight. Yeah. I just I just and go to bed. No problem. I just want you guys do that. I want you to know that about handling bother me. It's I've seen worse like you can't eat it baffles. Transgressor me. But it's not even the scare it's not like I'm too scared to watch. I'm just like wouldn't watch horror movie by myself, and you're like perfect. I know watch NewsHour, Wayne. So nobody wants to no one ever like I got I gotta wait 'til cousin Brian's offer word, you know what I mean. Like no one wants wants to watch a scary movie. So what did you think trash? Shitting on the series. I don't understand why Lori the main character. Why the okay so I did. I don't want to impact Laurie. Is that Jamie Lee Curtis? Never not only all he just saw her crosswalk, one time. Tell story later. Jamie Lee Curtis character Laurie. Michael Meyers gets out of his like prison slash insane asylum, wherever he's being held like they're trying transport him. And he gets free. And he's back in the name of the fictional time, I think, is holding holding filled. I've never seen any of them. Yeah. I mean, they shouldn't like Pasadena here like, but it's the place. Yeah, Jamie Lee Curtis characters like I've been waiting for him to get out so that I could kill him. Why not just in bed yourself into that sanitarium and kill him that way? Why the fuck if you know how evil this, dude, I wasn't old taken him wasn't he, an dolt man, when she was a teenager? And now she's a grandmother. Yeah. I mean her character is not aging. Well, Jaime leased doing just fine. But her character she she's fucking grabbing. It's another thing why. Her daughter. I don't know. Mike Myers who the fuck knows what his like his scary power is he's a big dude housing. He died anyway. So she has a daughter that she had a son. Yes. So that's another issue that I took how lean H two O two in it. Twenty years later that was another steamer on the series. There was absolute trash. They had Josh Hartnett playing Laurie son and did not explain where the fuck he went. I don't know what that was about. And now she's got a daughter that they don't. He's Michael Myers. No. Josh hartnett. I think they just like that was a weird movie. I remember they had like creed playing in one scene. Even at the time I was like, look, I get it. This is like what is popular right now? But this is going to date itself had Lord, I was very upset about that. And I also got upset about how there's no creativity in using a knife as a murder weapon. That's dumb. If you're going to murder somebody, which is a huge crime, right? Commit to, to a creative way to do that. I know I think there's something scary about being killed by something that's in your own house. Sure, I get the kitchen knife is defense weapon when you hear a noise in the middle of night, and you go for the book, but I'm saying I like the idea of someone killing me with my own kitchen knife, extra spooked. Okay. Well, then kill people with lamps then walk around with a fucking table. Lamp that's scary. Everyone's gotta table lamp. I'd be like a gift hold on irony. Have that lamp? Why are you here? I just think a knife is so unimaginative to murder people. I like that year like the only thing worse than that would be a gun at stupid. If you're gonna murder, if you're going to commit to a murder be creative, if you can commit to committing murder, it's on saying anyways, so that was my plenty of things, I'm just not going to get into. People got to know about Halloween. Well, how would we do a little history? Let's get into food his heart of ranting about halloween's never tired of frantic, I look, June. What do we know we in July yet? It's may. Okay. Well this matters game rooms over it. Well, this fucking writers, took a pay day and they went on vacation, because they want to go do Star Wars, and they shit on the series of tired of its lazy, writing. Well this week in one thousand sixty one. We first introduced what we understand as modern food stamps, in this country that it's only been since nineteen sixty one the first recipients, where Mr. MRs Alderson Muncie of Paynesville, West Virginia and on may twenty ninth nineteen sixty one they were awarded ninety five dollars in food stamps, for thirteen person household that have been yet people. Well, I think the house was technically fifteen they had thirteen children. So Mr. Muncie had been working at the minds, and then he got laid off, so they were pretty fucked. You got thirteen kids, and he got fucking laid off and then they heard about this new kind of food assistance program, and they signed up. So John F. Kennedy who'd been stunned by the poverty saw while he was campaigning, and southern West Virginia a year earlier had made it a huge platform of his administration to try to alleviate this level of poverty, and more specifically childhood hunger. So this next year, the munchies were part of one of the eight food stamp test programs around the country. There were being sponsored by the Kennedy administration. The munchies were the programs and the country's first food stamp recipients back in the day before this, like in the thirties. They did have a commodities program when there was excess of certain foods and this mission, they would give out stamps that you could get like you know, the milk if there was a surplus of milk or surplus of grain, but nothing like. Muttered as food stamps, so modern food stamps, the munchies, or the first ones, quote, we only got stamps for a few months, this Muncie, recalled, we started paying for part of our stamps, after my husband got work relief job. And then a few years later, he got a fulltime job with the state road department and we went off food stamps altogether. Personally, I would have rather not received food stamps, she said, but they helped me feed, my children, during a time when there were no other choices they helped us a lot, and they helped a lot of other people around here to, which is such a beautiful statement and really shows what this program is meant to do, and that's how it was conceived. And it is still doing that work today today nationwide are snap program benefits over forty two million people that's over thirteen percent of the country or put another way. It's one in eight people if you're sitting in traffic right now look around you one of those people's on food stamps, at least you definitely in LA, you see more than eight cars and traffic. I don't know if you're fucking Branson, Missouri right now. And despite what you hear a lot of times in the media, and people who are being critical at the food stamp program based on racist, ideals. The overwhelming majority of beneficiaries are still white families. This was the word family. Yeah. White people get forty percent of the benefits of this net programs and mostly in general. The large majority of people who get benefits are families with children, but forty percent of people who get food stamps or fucking. Why families with thirteen children because God? The munchies were doing the mouse state needed some birth controls something need food. Did lots of power. But it just shows that who this program was designed to benefit, which was white families, and that when it started benefiting larger swath of the population were Representative of this country is when this program started getting demonize and you, you know, if you go back to the eighty s and the idea of welfare queens, and all the stuff again, it is criminalising in theory, the what we ascribe to behaviors of people of color, where it's white families, again, this white people are the ones the ones who benefits and it's worth noting that the munchies in nineteen sixty one received at ninety dollars for the first month of food stamps. And today, the average beneficiaries, it's not that much more today receives one hundred twenty dollars. So in forty fifty something years has gone up thirty bucks. That's crazy saying just saying. So next time you hear people being critical food stamps. Think of all the families and Jenner. Racial poverty, and, you know, childhood hunger that this program has alleviated, and maybe we need to think about actually doing fucking more for people and this program only certainly to sixty one like there's so much room for improvement. There was demonized twenty years later. Probably like ten years later. No, not at all. But moving onto more modern day news, there was something that we talked about in the last episode that ended up getting cut that we, we record a lot of content. And sometimes sometimes we run long we're trying to we're trying to keep it about an hour. Sometimes it's an hour ten sometimes it's fifty minutes, but sometimes things they'll make the cut. I wonder how we run lung with explanations of how we roll. I'm gonna go into a fifteen minute. Material that doesn't make air so anyway, ever from last episode. Mount was talking a lot about the different trade wars here in North America and the Trump's tariff policy for other foreign bodies. But I have a story that I wanted to touch on and showing how trade in the Americas is nothing fucking new. Are you ready Matt? All right. So cachet about one hundred and forty thousand charred seeds was discovered in brantford on -tario. And it contained who. Yeah. That's right. Shooting, watch it can can can Cannella this species of keen. Wha which is now extinct had previously only been found in the central United States. That's like Arkansas, Illinois and Kentucky, so not only does that show that the early people of the Americas had a vast trading network. But they had them functioning super super, well, at least three thousand years ago. Yeah. That's right. They carbonated that fucking keen and dated back to at least nine. Nine hundred b c. Wow. Yeah. Fucking what? Right. And no they didn't grow it up there and somehow char it. I don't know like whatever. 'cause there's no evidence of domesticated crops in that region of Canada for another fifteen hundred years. Damn. Yeah. So we've been trading was an older as old crop like around. That's on the next oldest crop that they found that was, you know, any should any form of domestication in that region of Canada was corn. And that was five hundred eighty so that was another thousand years. Yeah, good ole fashioned maize. And again, this wasn't something that they could grow up there. This is something that was grown in central United States and that was traded up that far in Canada into on -tario. And so that shows we've been trading all over this continent, and beyond for thousands of years, so like drawing these fake dumb ass borders, and trying to shut the whole thing down. That's not going to. Work. It's never been like that. And it's never going to be like that. Listen. We shut down the southern border until we get this figured out and does and. And fucking. Everybody's been keen wa for a long time. So I thought it was really interesting. What what he's out this week. Well this week in total recall fruits or vegetables onto the planet. Welcome to recon ready for us. Technically that was over the weekend, but just days before this week's Memorial Day, the USDA issued recalls more than sixty two thousand pounds of raw beef for e-coli concerns that we had already recorded last week's podcast, this just missed iradar, but everybody who took to the grill for Memorial Day. And you may maybe go some e-coli shit might be fucked up. This recall affected more than forty products including steaks ribs in brisket cuts. The affected bats will show the code seven eight eight in the USDA established stamp on the product is pager code free, cola. Seven eight eight. Code seven eight. E-coli contamination was discovered in random sampling and there have been no reported illnesses or hospitalizations thus far. I mean, if you're, it's only been a few days, and also, if your aunt made like a shitty macaroni salad or manny's e potato salad like Juno, if it was that, they got you sick or the shit beef. Or was it the thirty beers? You drink. Yeah. Who could figure that out? Yeah. Who could figure that out? Do you think do you think people got fucked up? Have no idea. I think would scare as it the only pick this up just by doing random sampling, which I didn't know that they did, which is great that they do it. Well they weren't doing during the shutdown. Also, I can tell you that right now I know what fell through the cracks. We have a really if you guys are trying, you're like these fucking vegans or ranting about meat being tainted. Yes, we are, and we're going to give you an alternative. We have detained what? What did he say? That was just for the potty. Go ahead, Matt. We have a kabob recipe in our second boy, to above us to Barbara spews, you want to tell people about that photo. It's probably one of your absolute favorite photos, and all of our cookbooks. Yes. No. Because it was a dope concept idea, but then the actual photo got crop so much that it didn't it didn't even matter. If you if you own second book, and you open up to these kebab, recipes Michelle's, holding to the two different kabosh. So it's a sweet and sour kebab with pineapple and bell peppers and all that stuff in Tampa Bay and seven on the grill with really sweet sour sauce. And the other one is a more Mediterranean training, one with chimney Theresa sauce. I'm holding both of them, right? And the idea was is it, Matt is going to so how this weird thing that I picked up in college is learned fire-breathing from a friend, and I was going to spit fire behind the kebabs, and we're gonna take a photo. So it looked like like I was. Like I was cooking them. Yeah. Like fucking Jakarta's. God damn dragon. And then we shot the photo, it looked great. And then when we saw the edit in the book because of the recipe, I'm almost completely all cut out so i-i-in orange flame behind, and where the spine is because it's a two page spread it really dolled the impact of the photo, but you should go look because you tried moonshine. Right. And that didn't work as your alcohol to put. The fire wasn't enough was impure enough. Yes. So. We have a lot of. A whole section of our office. Highly flammable, liquids vol, the dumb things that we've set on fire. It's right next to them and spoke we'd attempts. Speaking of Chucky, labels, expiration, dates are fucking expiring guys. Thank god. Right. So last week, the food and Drug administration released a letter announcing their support for labelling best if used by dates on all food products. So you guys like hold on, don't do that. Well, you know how food products have those like ambiguous labels, like sell by or expires on or best if enjoyed by followed by date yesterday, actually, doesn't require or regulate those from any food company, a matter of fact, food companies don't even have to explain how they reach the date on those labels. So it's not like there's any kind of standardized process so they should be pulling her other fucking ask your good, call the company and be like, hey, I know said your product always is, like, eight days like expiration audio get that they don't have to until you till the FDA talent, they don't even have to know how they get it. They just make it up. So this is a gentle nudge to food suppliers by the FDA to try to curb. Food waste, like we talk about all the time. Thirty percent of Americans food goes onto become waste either at the grocery store or at our homes, one suspected culprit for this massive amount of waste is the confusing labels on food products. You don't like when it says, best if enjoyed by it's not bad after that, that just means the product, they thought wouldn't taste as good efforts doesn't even taste. Bad doesn't mean you with your shitty? Palate could even probably tell the fucking difference. So the FDA is trying to remind people that those labels are for quality and freshness. Not on safety necessarily, it's not if it's no longer edible. It's not like you're going to die. If you have canned beans, that expired two weeks ago, also fucking smell it, you should be able to sniff something, and no good or not. Yeah. If you if you do that quick, who just throw it away a little faith in yourself. Jesus Christ lake one time at the grocery store. I got fucking. Joe that. So I knew this about expiration dates already because. Knows found doing research fucking roasted by this old man because we were selling a some sardines, that didn't have an expiration date on that. First of all, sardines, who the fuck are you? Yeah. Get out of here with that comes up to me, like all of, like twenty years old, or twenty one and Fook and takes me to task. For this fucking sardine mishap. And so I make him stand there with me as fucking Google this shit. And I was like, oh, they don't have to. They're required to you at all. And then I'm sure that did not appease his if anything she was more incense. Now for some few, I was working with the man to poison him with his sardines anchovies. I was one of the two either way I got fucking yelled at, and I hate him, and let's get these fucking standardize expiration dates because cashiers out there in the trenches are getting yelled at I wonder why the FDA, because I know that the USDA has to for like meat and products like expressionist fell, you didn't have to have a date before. It's like technically spoiled, why I guess it's so subjective and would be so fucking tedious to try and to do that with food companies, because there's so many different. I don't give a shit fuck. It make them to put the onus on the companies are making billions of dollars off of us to figure it out. Well, they're not gonna they're not gonna self-regulate. That's the things. No. If you if you pass a law that says, you have to put, I know but that's, that's the FDA releasing this letter being like, hey guys, it'd be really great if you. Don't fuck fucking do it because we're wasting food. Well, researchers at the university of Waterloo, f developed new technology to produce biodegradable chemical that can be refined as a source of energy food waste treatment with leachate bed. Reactor is the name of the research, publish embyro resource technology. If you're looking to get technical, but essentially, environmental biotechnology, it's like professor young, solely from Waterloo wanted to find an efficient way to use food waste as source of fuel isn't there already do this? Currently there are ways convert food waste into fuel, but when considering the amount of energy in wastewater treatment involved in the process it yields. No net environmental benefit. Sounds like lash. It's a wash. Okay. So we can do it, but it's such a shit only. Yeah. Okay. Got us shit Aleve. So researchers found leachate a mixture of micro-organisms and nutrients eat, and digest food ways, releasing a chemical byproduct called carb oxalate, which is potential substitute for petroleum or crude oil as consumers we can certainly do a lot better than just throwing food away. Especially now that we know that those days, they put on the patch is really don't mean Jack shit y'all throwing so much fuck and food away. The sciences using it as a renewable energy source that's crate and things like that. Chain when you're when you're criticize can't deliver on fucking hover boards because too busy, this shit Liu. So you're telling me if we waste less food we might have personalized jetpack, so the next time you, y'all would stop throwing away food that is perfectly good. And you couldn't taste the difference anyways, we would have hover boards essentially is what I'm getting my God. That's my hot take. That's an excellent heartache. And when we get back, we're joined by model and writer Tia Eckhart to talk about six toys and feet picks. Let's from book Esti. We'll be back in a moment with more forked up a thug kitchen podcast. Alexa, isn't the only one with breaking news, make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute on your journey through Hollywood. Let Todd garner be your guide. Wow. This is show business the producers guide with Todd garner. Recent guests include on a ferris at come to the conclusion that I just think I don't know what my face is doing Corolla, teaching traffic school. It's seven forty four in the morning. 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I thought my career's over like five times, like an just for some reason, I keep getting off at work, and I'm like I have no idea how I'm still here like the pump. Hey, of modal. Let's see here. Frozen in time you will starting that young has to be such a trip though, because your body at fourteen is still changing so much, and you're being critiqued, so closely as your body's changing, so you're like, I'm not even used to the shit, and now you're going to me about it. I can imagine kind of warps like your, your body image like your food, like what's your experience that? Well, you know, I was just saying to someone the other day it's like no in my thirties, and I'm just realizing that I've sent since I was fourteen and trying to keep my body the same size. Like that's not develop, I guess, the only people that would know that are like teenage Russian gymnasts like Bellary and maybe the only people that know like you can't keep your body in what is essentially a pubescent state for that long. I'd be trying like size. Australian eight which is like a US four. Yeah. And all of that age, and I was like five nine already, which is. Yeah. And I'm now five ten and I'm probably wanna just had my second baby seeks to eight US. But I've spent my entire adult life with my main professional objective being staying the same size that I was in ninth grade. Walkers, yet, like your metabolism change and your body's just changing and, and that's not negative. That's not it just is no. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Like in high school, I got consistently taste for like being flat chested and really young looking underdeveloped. And then I spent my. Then I spend my like I have a complex about that. And then I spend my entire professional life is like the curvy go. Go getting so it's kind of like, really funny, but I definitely saw that transition happen within my career Clinton Leon's. But yet, it's annoying, and I'm sort of just north of wardrobe recently because I moved from a house in northern California where I had five closets one here in LA, where I have one, so I sort of like cleaning out my closets and a heavily is beautiful clothes into falls. Yeah. So I'm like, oh my God. What am I going to stay with my lingerie collection to everything's confetti to deed? Yeah. And a small, and I'm not that size right now. And I'm kind of just like I have a whole life with clothes, and lingerie, I don't think I've ever going to be out fit in again because shooting you should sell it to creepy. Dudes on. I know what it's like. I know I thought this one. Of a market for that, as you would think. But it is at looks into the. The only thing that really frustrates me about my when my body changes is like I love that traffic. And I said something about that the other day, and I'm like, you know, I'm so devastated. I've got very literally lingerie collection. That's with six figures nursing. It's disgustingly consumers don't have anything. Watches. Like heads me. Yeah. Sneaker addicts and stuff. I'm bumped because I caught where people sort of took that as me being like a hate my body, and I'm like, no, no fine with by body. I look great. I'm just got caught if it into my awesome stuff. Yeah. I, I have pieces that I love that are just going to have to love from afar. Now. Not my clothes and funnel them. We had a good time. Didn't we I have a really cool Batman costume, when I was this fucking time sacked by, like two hundred trying to get back into my twelve year old. So I need to, like I dunno shrink down about. Yeah, you're just trying to get back to your birthday. Ideally, that'd be posted on Instagram. A couple of months ago, you had a post on your wonderful Instagram account, if you guys aren't following you should go like, mouthy of noxious goals, and ju-. Kinda went viral because you reframe the argument for diversity embody times, I thought in a really clever way like you know, you, you so often hear the argument like of diversity of body types in advertising, four diversities saying, which is the powerful lip service sometimes. And I've seen a lot of companies do that. And it's kind of. Oh, you're coopting very important thing for appetizing sick and then becomes its own Brent bullshit. Yeah, but I, I really get upset about. Yeah. I like the way you living. Because I thought it was smart, and it was business-minded. You're like no. Like if we always seem this same kind of body in all of our advertising, whether it's super thin small chested. All these things like showing a homogeneous body type desensitizes shoe it. And so we fucking glaze over and we don't engage. Oh, yeah. Like if I, I mean, not like slamming, this one particular type, and that's the point I was making that point is just sort of like Instagram fitness model type goal in their super skinny super one dice fans tend with an inch of their life. Look like they just have two percent body fat, and they're in some fucking me on bikini on a beach in Bora, Bora. It's the same thing you see over and over again. And you have for the PawSox, seven years. I like those captions oh because they are so fucked. That account by the wind goes with the relevant capture. Yeah. I love that. But I'm following it really funny. I actually got on their on. Right. Because when I found it, I was like, I'm gonna get on. I got on there because it's like soybean my friends follow it. They all like tag me. Look, don't let anyone tell you. The. Yeah. You see, just like that one body type. And even if that body tonight, I you must get sick of it now, like, you know, like you would with anything because. Well, yeah. Spice of life in any regard. And if you're looking at even beauty, it's same way. I'm just my point I was making when I was. I'm just so bawdy and there's nothing wrong with that body top of that one look. But there's something wrong with it. Being the only thing he say, yeah. And yeah, people are going to it's not just about let's be inclusive, and let's be diverse, because that's great. That's healthy for everyone's mental state. But companies should look at it in a way of your team is going to have bowl. Yeah. They can go to social media. Now they can fully goals that are different sizes, different skin colors. And if you earn keep showing that one thing, they're just going to discontinue out. They're gonna unfairly, they're not going to engage with your advertising, and it's to your detriment. Yeah. You don't get control what consumers stay now they control it. And you better catch up and go along with what they want. Yeah. I just thought that was such a clever reframing of an oft held lake discussion. I was like fuck. Yeah, that's a great point because I do the same thing where like you're saying, these Instagram models and all these things all these, the homogeneous look the same lip fillers. Botox eyebrows. Yeah. Exactly. And it's like that might is that what it is both talks because I see a lot of faces starting to look the same as to say. Six hundred as every and just like. Be very beautiful. But it's like if you see it all the time. It's like when you live right, by the beach. It's like at a certain point the beauty. Someone who lives in west LA? I mean it's pretty but it kind of like it's just another sunset. Up on the beach with the west coast, Jillian I honestly took it for granted until I left and from Perth. Right. So now I mean literally on the beach my parents house on the send shit unparalleled views of the and I completely took it for granted as a kid and now I'm like, oh my God. What I wouldn't give to go back. You see it every day. You're just like you that stunning what's on TV. What am I reading right now? It's just people's bts. The same with with fight is, and don't think being interesting looking at some times more powerful than being aesthetically, like what we would consider a beautiful. I would rather look at someone who's very, very interesting, Tila gone, then somebody who's just gorgeous. I've said this about lake Taylor swift before, like he's obviously beautiful. There's no question about it. But she's beautiful to me, like a sunset like I don't wanna fuck it. All the time. Like objectively beautiful pleasant to look at whether someone actually in -tracting. Yeah. Fuck Abol is a whole other. Yeah. That's the most people you've been attracted to moisture in your life. They perfect no face change within an inch of their life. No. No. I mean like my, my celebrity crush is Shawn. Payne Ned stock and say someone game of. Because short cross. Oh, it's lives on. Like if I fuck anyone. Just before he died. Maybe not quite head on the Trump and blow up. Like, you know, he's in bed with Catlin, and he's like a hairy chest. And sawed Scott. The manliness manliness and like you could ask my therapist are probably have daddy issues. The full on raw masculinity rough skies. But then, like, really honorable. Yeah. Protective and loyal. That's just the man. Yeah. And that is not aesthetically pefect Calvin Klein model. Yeah. Yeah. Dan, I'm gonna go your style. Because you're boring out over to get one of those wicked face cars. It just goes, like I honestly I read I reckon if you did you'd probably have like a bunch of random bills. All. Bilbo talks. This cars got lion. King's. That's very on brand. You also highlight on your count, all the changes your body's been going through over the last couple years, kind of in conjunction with the last question from having your second child, and the way should change. When we get thirties. I don't see a lot of people who I don't know, have a big media presence like you posting like this, and you make it so clear that there's no right or wrong way that your, your body's looking like this. It looks and I used to think I'd hate this. And now bomb, how hard is it to have such a healthy mindset, though, like that in industry? Like you're saying that values. Conform, we're good your inspiration from who's telling you that you're also sort of absorbing it, and then or you just like I like it. You know, and we all have our shit days. It's not. And I'd like to really transparent about the fact that I'll be honest about I'm coming to terms with how I look it's not perfect even when I look back fuck, I was pretty close to twenty one think I was time. I think a lot of us can identify with that, look back, you know, look when you're seeks Dane or twenty twenty five how old you are. And you probably most of us if you're probably hated yourself at the time. And now you look back and you're like why did I waste much time hating myself in criticizing myself. And I just got to a point a few years ago whereas like doing the same thing and being like, okay now if that by that logic now is the best. Yeah. So I don't want to waste it being miserable five year old you would allow that. So I'm like, if I fifty five and now look back at myself now and be like I wasn't Haiti myself at that time, I will have never grits. So that's kind of where I'm at with that. And also, you know, I spent have spent this long the industry and it was people's jobs to criticize me physically for really long time. And then I also thought it wasn't being affected by that. But I was and then, also I really in the past couple of years, realize it was reflected in my personal relationships, too. I was really quite abusive Pessina relationships, where the people in relationships with criticize me heavily to, and I realized they were absolutely fading each other life. Live team is down here. Yeah. You kind of find people, you're like you know what I'm used to get. Yeah. Yeah, I had to really break that cycle. And to be completely honest. It was thousands of dollars therapy. Honestly, I sent my savings account there because I was like concave leaving this because I'm going to having damaging relationships and keep having awful self esteem and just invested in that owns viable say, I would recommend that to anyone because you live that live like that. You can't live criticizing yourself heavily are improved or until our potty all time, right? You can afford it. If you have health insurance, if you have the. The sliding scale. Yeah. Sliding skill sessions, like something just all have our fucking garbage. Oh, yeah. And there's like your personal garbage but then, you know, we're all exposed, all consuming media all the time. Now, everyone, I think should should really take stock of how they feel about themselves and how much there will personal lives professionalized and the media around them affecting their, their self perception is mine with thought. And again, I look back and I'm like, wow. I looked mazing throughout my twenties. I was making so much money and yet I thought I was awful. And then if you criticize yourself physically you end up criticizing your personality as well. It's going to bleed it starts like shit. And then it becomes like I'm totally shit human being has no. So. I can't get this one thing. I can't get any. Doc people to treat me nicely. Exactly. So, yeah, it's just I've developed this mindset last couple years out of absolute necessity. Professional hell. Did you ever get young girls like DM in you? And even not so young goes, they're like, how are you how you confident? How can you put yourself out this wish I could do that? And I'm like, I don't know how I do it. I kind of just barely do it. I feel into Kutch. Kutch giving advice. But. This is what I do now. And I think it's very comforting every time you do it when you talk about your body changing because, you know I'm in my thirties to I'm thirty four. So my body is so much different than it was at twenty that and same thing, we're looking at old pros photos of was like, what am I doing now? At the same time I wasn't happy with that value. And so it's so nice to go when you're when. To see that somebody who has made a living off of being beautiful and you are very beautiful. That they're they have the same kind of conversation with themselves, and they also have to come to terms with whatever's, making them unhappy brings me comfort magin the contrast. It's like a woman deeming you talking about like, buddy, images. Self acceptance and then like some creepy do. More. Funny. What's, what's the fucking worst creepy ever? I never had poor people. Is that happen? Very rarely I would only report people actually even wanna talk line, the scariest one. Yeah. It makes me feel ill. Yeah. Try to report it. I tried to place about someone actually commented on a completely wholesome picture of me and my daughter. Oh fuck. Yeah. Internet the line. I contacted the police I was like, how do we did they take it seriously? We don't know how to track it unless you can get the address. So whatever for it. So I'm like block reports centerpoint. Yeah. Instagram. But yet, that's the thing but apart from that I normally, I think, actually get crate flam moisture. My follow is our other women. Like me. We had a model Netflix, Geraldo on. And she was talking about like the creepy comments. She gets guys being like more armpit photos. Finishes before. On come into the picture of being my boyfriend the other day like. Do you let them lick your on pitting? Like the. Just recently discovered. The is there is a very Nisha hit. Yeah. I know. Like I don't would turn to fucking. They are. Yes. Lick it suck it on an understand with guys go to therapy. Fuck your. Vanishes. I even I find I mean God, most porn that's out there. Now, sir Nali. It makes foot-fetishists and stuff. Same really tame. I love when. Yeah. When people are like, oh, he's in defeat them like. Someone those into fate once I got foot massages every day length how to, you know anyway. Howdy. We could do. People are like, no, I'm just into normal stuff like latex double. Pretty teams. Online pornography is really. Democratize. Kink. That's what I mean. It's like, yeah, we're here like that standard. And now we're like he's in Tom pits. Really? Yeah. Here to Brooke like to request it. Like so we were telling Natalie should more fixtures. Her. Takes the lead in. Get that behind a paywall. You wanna see armpit. You gotta pay ten dollars a month on patriot for the uncensored armpit photo. Yeah. Very unpicks elated pit. Exactly that is. That is a fucking out. I love it. You're also super well known by the way, for your writing surrounding laundry, and like you're saying you had huge laundry election. How did you cultivate, such appreciation, and knowledge of launching 'cause I knew fuck all about lingerie like my mom doesn't dress up or do anything like that. And then, when I think, when we started following each other shit girl, like why don't you have anything that makes you feel beautiful, like I'm so glad that. Dan gusting. The only thing that I knew the kid about lingerie was it when I would go to department stores like shopping with my mom and my sisters, that was the one section I was not allowed. Growing checking off. Were just like go the poise section. God, what's over there? Couldn't even couldn't be far enough way to even see the sign. How did you, you know, how do we become interested in anything load of colliding little bit that I grew up doing dance and theatre, I love like old movies, especially old musicals, and I feel like the glamorous women in those films were always wearing like, you know, either like an amazing sparkley costume or like a beautiful food while road or dressing. I would see that. And I'm like, Dan, that looks comfortable. Audible berryman. It. That was, I think, what glamorous women were to me, and I grew up like I said, on the beach, ustralia very low key kind of beauty flip-flop won't show, and it was just so far removed from what I was exposed to every day aspirational for me. So that was what glamorous women were in my mind from like a kid age. And then as I got older. It was hard to find in hard to buy, especially where I was growing up. I was like, oh, yeah. Kind of, you know, started sexually coming into myself as a teenager. And I just gravitated to that because it was kind of showcasing a way in which I was feeling confident feeling confident about myself. I also had a sister who's a bit older that me. And I think when she was like twenty I would have been about thirteen and she, she have longtime boyfriend, she was buying lots of lingerie and I started making it. I remember the first thing I still, I've still got a red lace seller on God Abell like it's like the millionaire that safest penny I've still got that suspend about wearing it school like fourteen. I'm wearing under my phone like suspenders and stockings just for myself from my mood, and I still feel that way. But yeah, and then I got older and traveling a lot and making good money. So I just would by myself, whatever ridiculous, let it really is for you. Like I've learned so much that it's like, oh, do I feel beautiful fall pampering, myself, and is it making me like my body more? I've dressed it up. But if beautiful exactly. And I think that's the different people go. What's the difference between like swimmer and laundry? Well, most will fabric quality stuck in a bowl. I look shit in bikinis. I became shopping, traumatic for some reason, I spell lighting cuts the fabric or whatever. There's so many things about changing rooms that need to of hall. Am I really wanna like punch myself on the phone? I go to target and I tried it on a bathing suit. Wow. Rest overhead bulbs. Hold on. Every has it's own shadow. Berries? Old. Right. By should look knows lingerie complete opposite. I feel like it makes better lifts. Cinches Holte together in just a better way structurally better. I mean bars literally, the only fashioned comment that has more components than men's tailored suit just from an engineering point of view. It's really complex. They're very hot to make. But just because it says the major engineering hope is, which is to lift Holt. So I feel like because of that it just makes you look and feel better. That's another reason why I love it. Ladies, lingerie sneaker head for ladies. That conclusion. I'm just gonna go by nice pair of shoes and walk around my apartment, naked. Feet on. The thing about that. Also kind of the same thing with cut out lingerie. And when you're go anywhere heels, and your naked, if you're wanting something ridiculous, like a cut out place or just heels it highlights how naked you actually. Yes. If you're actually naked like people go, what's the point of like a crutch lowest penny or an open Cup bra? And I'm like highlight that it's a lot there. Yeah. Guy that does not like naked mole than they like oddly placed piece of Everett to highlight, you really. Again, there's something just so. Yeah. Fund absurd kind of thing, by the way, those are my nipples. You can strut around naked in your sneakers and really it's gonna be it's gonna highlight tell naked, you are everywhere else. He's gonna have thought about this very good point. See and your newish to LA now. Yeah. Being here for little over a year. I've been coming and going for many years. And I usually would always just fly in fly out and always love to hear. I think Don always wanted to be here. And now I'm here permanently in the best thing you were on a fucking beach in Perth, then you were like, you know what L as the place. You could walk out to the water, yet, that's very true. But it's kind of very culturally. I mean, I got home and just spend about a week there. And I'm like me out. Youthful, but kept me out. It's so funny. How you know, you just you find your tribe, you find your family, and then, you know, that's all I for some people got these cute F bay, right? Outside. Outside the lobbies daycare. Man. It's hard to be a working mom on us. Ladies like I was just telling us before shambolic morning. And I'm like, right. Bring your kids in day. That's what's happening. So they came with me. How yes that's how you get shit done. What, what else are you going to? You're like I'm just gonna fucking roll with it whatever's happening have to happen. I'm like get in the car. Doesn't matter. Daughters doing homework you pull out of school. What was what was it excuse? Like my daughter's gonna park. She's going to be Mike L A that is a perfectly acceptable excuse. Oh my gosh. If you slow hurry tapes, she wants to have a YouTube channel, but like, you know, staying for reasons aforementioned before that'd be apprehensive of that, like her being on the internet. She wants to have a she wants to be a standup comedian on and share onto YouTube channel. And I'd like actually, the internet scary place. I would rather you were at the comedy store doing legitimate stand. That, that's where we've gotten as a society, 'cause I agree with your assessment. I'd be like, yeah, I'd rather my child work at a bar. Just be online. Remind ball lay. Yes, she wants YouTube channel to stand up comedian and work in a Bob because she thinks making hotels would be fun. And she's like mixing thing. Yeah. Science Joey drainage, very witchy. Science at the same time. But yes or no actually was just like I have to go to work, and she's got it come with me. Shut up. We just got a doctor. It doesn't matter. My kid. It's mike. Tell you why. It's my kid I pay you guys kidding. Yeah. Do you have any projects coming up? I'm working for a Monterey rent. Okay. National lingerie brand that I really love and really respect and they're letting me do something Superfund. Ooh is basically just about Monterey fashion and fucking until into really awesome women. Just saving my money for whatever coming gonna cost you anything. Anything? Favorite, right? Well, thank you so much for being on. You guys are not following. Where can they follow you, they can follow me on Instagram or Twitter, the te'o, I would like to just have it, it was, obviously taken. So I had no ads the cash that I think is the only one not sure I'm not the only one. Yeah. I just was the one that got that name the school on social media. Chris afford. Do it. Trying to get my, my personal Instagram and I was just like met. It was like someone how to, but they were like it was so under utilized. This motherfucker hasn't posted in like years. Yeah, my name is Michelle Davis. So if you think I've ever gotten anything I got a g mail account when it was still invite only and I had. M Davis and numbers. I could not get that shit. But you know what? You guys probably do. Get that my daughter. And I will amending yesterday name badges with your name on. Oh, yeah. That's with your name on it. We get none of that. Licensed. Choose me. My son's name is also. Yeah. Like shopping my name onto everything customized Shipton. Yeah. Don't worry, what do you get you get like a Tina in your leg? It's still be surprised that people call me Michael all the time. Really, really Michelle exotic we've got into an Uber and they've been like Michael Michelle's, like sure. I did it like like coffee places some stuff. Now, whatever call me whatever you wanted to call me. Give me my coffee, just give you that. Yeah. I just said that. My name's Brian. I don't care. We'll think USA friendship being on. Finally, finally finally, finally. Thank you for letting me bring the take. Super behave and a door. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Yards. That's your shows we things for hanging out with us. Always enjoy the potty. It's kicking with us on Thursday. There's only two of us on the booth but it feels like an army. So thanks for hanging out. We liked. We'd like to take a moment to take our sponsors. Bring this podcast, y'all free every week, especially truecar got please go and support them because they support us, and we'd also like to thank as always Frankfurt Orissa for our seem using the shots for cutting out what remains of my sniffles and lastly, but never released jut out to the body, jro- shirts, Amazon dot com slash thug. 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Matt Armendariz: All About The Light

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Matt Armendariz: All About The Light

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. Summer's almost here and old navy's got thousands of summer's hottest styles on sale now in stores from disfie- bucks. Get all your favorites, like t's and tanks for just five bucks. Shorts for just ten bucks in jeans addresses, swimwear for just fifteen bucks. Can't wait to wear it by online and pick up in store for free today new summer styles of this five ten and fifteen bucks in stores. Now at old navy. Valid five thirteen to five nineteen in stores and select styles only. Podcast. One presents forked up a thug kitchen podcast, the show that is does food politics and pop culture, all while trying to give a fuck and now for your host, Michelle Davis, and Matt Holloway. Welcome to forked up your go-to podcast for all things contempt Klay leads and corn butter pie. I'm Michelle Davis. And I'm at Holloway today, we're gonna be talking about the story behind spaghetti O's, the end of seafood and influencing and erupted later, we're joined by Matt Armendariz to talk about food styling, and why your photos are garbage v day tangents about get four sharpen those knives, its fourth step does kitchen podcast. What's up, Michelle nothing just recovering from the move this weekend or you moved all weekend. How was that my body's covered in bruises? Non-mover move. I hired we were so the first time ever and still somehow I fucked up my whole body what a luxury. There's yeah. Dude, these three honest to God like six five jacked Russian dudes showed up and were throwing my heavy ass boxes of books around, like it was nothing those probably because you don't have like, like a fucking piano, or even was a book bucks. That was all the heavy shit, and they did it like I mean, I didn't see any of them sweat, like they didn't do fuck anything. Like I've don't think I've ever seen any Russian swell, it would have ice in their veins. Yeah. I mean they were so nice. And they were very funny and it was I was so thankful that I could afford to pay movers. But somehow shout out to the potty instincts guy. Like you know what I did with my money when got my annual physical helped her. So we're both super adult things fully. Why like my hands were swollen. I've got bruises everywhere. I'm like physically fucking like done, which is weird because you do regular exercise. I don't know if it's just like the mental stress along with the physical exertion of because, like I could just sit there and watch them move stuff and like not doing anything. But Faulk man, I am you didn't do the move where you sit on the couch is they they pick it up and putting now and I had everything labeled to which room and she'd go in and like I was hoping direct holding doors at I like, obviously, had already think everything already packed up. Like I can't imagine how many times those guys roll up and people like, oh, you're packing wish it to right? Yeah. Oh, dude, I've gone to help move friends and the move that people do is like your show up around like eight or nine in like, we'll be done around, like three or four and you get there. They haven't packed a God, damn thing that's just that to me, that's like a cardinal sin against our friendship fuck off. Yeah. And so, often like I've vacuumed and like cleaned up all the dust buddies and everything and wiped all my stuff down before the movies got there, because I don't think anything is grocer than having somebody come like, I've helped so many, friends, move, and you go to move their shuffling like there's hair all over this. There's just like. Mountain under your couch along suspending maybe. Know this about you, you just clip your toenails wherever like disgusting. So that was my weekend. I went to high Kia on a Sunday gone. Fucking hate yourself. Mistake, not. I needed one more book shelves and Kia. And then they got there and it was leaking regulars accuse stupid bitch. You're the one in bourbon. Yeah. Well, my God. I was like, I think I'm gonna fucking die in and go a fucking suicide pack. I think it was like a series of escalating dares. And then we ended up both losing, but anyway and share we can it was good. Our went to the renaissance fair. Argos where they call it. They're not the pleasure fair. Which, yeah. Like I don't understand why not just called renaissance festival, but I guess there's like a bunch of different companies, and they all have different different names. So they all have to have their own branding. I thought pleasure. I dunno. I tell you, I had a lot of fun. But I wouldn't say he was pleasurable that's worse than when I say love her. Now do shitload of fun. If you've never been to a renaissance festival. Matt is like a hardcore rent, fair fanatic. But I don't I don't like 'cause play I don't do it up. Like I I'm going street, clothes somehow. I think that's weirder that you're like it. Almost. Close at Renfrew hair stand out more you go every year. But you never like you. Never fully commit. Yes. So I almost did this year because I went with a group of like eight people and me and one other dude. We're like the only people that didn't didn't dress. Oh, the whole rest of the yells was like cost playing. And you know what I was kind of Joseph moments because they were really enjoying themselves did they were they did they get the theme, right? 'cause alum. You can dress like how like costumes knowing gives us shit. I saw doors Vader's there. I saw Batman. I think renaissance festival is kind of an excuse for. Pissed me off my thought like a flapper to bust out. Whatever costume. Yeah. Like, yeah. I don't know Jeff somebody like great Gatsby. Yeah. Yeah. No. That makes there was Harry Potter caused play. Yeah. I don't know. I don't mind it now. It's a bunch of adults. Just kinda you know there's, there's a place. No, I it, it doesn't matter where you're from what your background is in all these people can come together and just share in their nerdiness in weirdness and it's fine. I mean I love that about unfair. But I don't like when people don't stick to thing, you know what I like the most about the costumes is it when you see couples and like one of them and it's not always the guy or the girl or whatever it is. You, you see one person in that coupled its head to toe cost plate. Nailed it to the tin yell at, you know, assault shitload of game of thrones characters a bunch of denarius bunch of servcies guys that. Is not. Spoiler. Well, no, no. I was just going to say it's not a snuck back in time. That is in a fictional universe common misunderstanding, somehow people think like oh, back in the dark ages, you know game a throats what the fuck are you talking? Right. Compared compared to, to the fuck in medieval Batman, Harry Potter? What are we what are we talking about? But you have one person in the couple who is doing it up hundred percent. They have spent months, putting this costumes again. And the other person the other person is like they they're wearing like a I don't know, like a like a shirt. Yeah. And is like the kind of their, their dipping their toes in the water, and they're trying to be supportive, and they just don't know how to do it, and they don't know how to commit, but you gotta you gotta get it. Right. You got to execute the fame. I don't care what the theme is. Don't fucking TV it don't get super wrong. Like what time I went to this eighties party and a girl dressed up like us sexy. Sandy at. The end of Greece. Oh, and I was like, what the fuck, first of all, that was a movie in the seventy was about a high school in the fifties? You're not even here. The second calendar. Seventy two thousand nine hundred fifty. Fucker and then I murdered her. It was a blast. There was a we saw night jousting, and there was a night, who looked like Joe Biden. And I just lost it like our whole sections soon. We got like flags far little section, and we got everyone in our section shouting, Joe Biden, adding. That's funny. Yeah. The night enjoyed it. I don't know. If was like the bleaching of the teeth or the smile, he just he really nailed the Biden, look. So it was a blast. Okay. That sounds like fun more than my weekend. If there's a Rin fair near you highly recommended what, what else we got going on. Speaking of spending time outdoors, you guys should go get our camping Zine. Oh, that's right. We got you guys this year. So when our third buck t k one at one came out. We did we did a little camping Zine. There is a like if you pre-ordered you would get this. Head of the, I think the release of the book or whenever the book came out, so, yes, we did like a like an e book extra was not. It was, it was new recipes new photos, new art style. Like we made it look like a old scout. We scout handbook and has one two three four five six recipe secret recipes, yes. And then, like a cute little intro, that we wrote and shit and all the photos we took and we have this up on the site for you guys now for free. Download I mean it's three years to figure around. I mean not to figure out how to do it, but like you know to like, no one's pre ordering book anymore is Lee. So because it's available right now. So if you guys want to pick that up our download it rather. You just go to a kitchen dot com. Go to the books page, and go to TK one oh, one third book and they're at the bottom of that book page, you will see the link to download it's called blazing kettles were really fucking proud of it. It's a doorbell. So it's how to not starve in the woods. The recipes if you're interested, maybe I'll, maybe I'll just tell people as a great Moore's respite. Yeah. How to make a masala CHAI blend so you guys can make a big pot of CHAI. H E, P breakfast, scramble anytime campfire potato packets which foil turtles, like oil pack dinners are supposed to be the hot food item this year, so silver turtles. And guess who ship focused three years ago? It was was you know what else people are doing? You can get back to you book and a second. But like we did the pe- dip. Oh, yeah. I remember and then every that five years ago. Right. It looks like walk, but it's not. And then I was like, we did that in two years after that, like every are P's, the new guacamole, everyone was doing that dip and we're looking at, like, just looks a lot like our recipe. Fingers. But whatever that back to the Zine, you'll also get a recipe for some pan roasted, Brussels sprouts, a sweet potato and hominy stew, which is fucking bomb. And I love that photo. And some roasted bananas Morse and guys, I want you to know that we caught kicked out of no less than three campsites to make this green. To me this like a fifteen page scene. We got kicked out of several sites can no longer rent on Airbnb. Because fucking Zima. What did it cost? Everything. Cost me every an old man got in my face and a task, and we were out will do of all, places. Yeah. We're trying to stay local because I think we're still in production. The book fuck we go to shoot the e book, so we got a little spot in Malibu on Airbnb and dude, it was like as soon as I put the camera on the tripod. We have like a fucking drill. It was me and Matt and I was making food news taking pictures with his fucking Cameron this dude appeared out of nowhere, and it was like this is a professional shoot and you have to pay the commercial rate, which was like twenty thousand dollars. And we're like get out of your work yourself site. Dude, like particular, he's yell and like, Matt's not, you know, he respects me as an individual, so he's not going to be like, hey, don't yell at that girl, or whatever? But this man got really fucking in my face and MAC you more like what the thought? One. So we got kicked on that one. And then we're trying to go to another one, one time in south beach like south bay. It was a task to fucking that one book and didn't happen. And then we finally shot this one Los Angeles. I. Yeah, we are on how he took the two way. Get off a Maha and where you and we shot it all up there, and it was actually pretty cool. It was nice. I think though the point was that we wanted stuff that you guys could make it home like before you go camping, or that you were on the site. Right. Or make it easier for you to make dinner onsides download that shit. It's fucking free is free. And it's really cute are dissenter naked a really good job. You should go camping get on the fucking wilderness. What was the last time you saw like like a pine tree? Anyways, go check out. Yeah. Let's see some fitness. Let's get into some food is all right. On may twelve in nineteen sixty five Donald Gorky. I think his name G, E, R, K, E, or key at the Franco, American company, a subsidiary of Kimble's invented fucking spaghetti O's, y'all, incur, what we're doing the spaghetti. Oh, orange origin story nineteen sixty five guys and may spaghetti. Oh season. I want to know what we call spaghetti. I wanna know how they came up with this little owes okay? Are you ready? Okay. So I mean, you know what spaghetti are those the row noodles voting in, like soupy. Cheesy saucy thing. So Mr. Gorky, who worked at Campbell's from nine hundred fifty five till he retired at nine hundred ninety also created the company's chunky soup line. So he titan sand industry, the titan of ten. Yeah. Which is like almost exclusively marketed by NFL players. It's great. That that's another ad campaign. I do not understand. He was sitting around the office being like we need to make canned pasta more exciting, but have we do it if only there was a way, yes. Experimenting with different shapes because they used to just do a canned spaghetti. Which sounds disgusting. Lord have guys. He takes minutes. Why? Why you need to. So they tried a bunch of different shapes. They tried Cowboys and Indians. Hope wolf. Different time. Oh my God. They tried stars and like guys in spacesuits what's going on. I mean but how much could've it look like any of that? Yeah, I'm sure it looked like just just like eating the fucking Flintstones vitamins. Colors and shapes. So they finally settled on the simple. And now I Conor O'Shea p-. All right. They were so popular internally at Franco American that they did know market testing because they're like fuck everybody at the office loves it. Let's just do this shit. We are feeling confident. Yeah. Exactly here just going to push this to market. So even in the sixty thousand heard of and so they just fucking shot a commercial and put that shit in stores. They're just like fuck it, it was marketed to parents as a less messy spaghetti which I find a fucking hilarious, like is that ethnic food spaghetti getting way too messy for your white white babies? Mommy. Spaghetti you phone? You're not so mess everything you know that friends episode where fucking the milk spout. And Joey has to act like he's the person who doesn't know how to spell to pour milk, and right, all over the, the over that the mess knacks. Yeah, exactly. So that's exactly what spaghetti. It's like we're solving a problem. No. What has? Of the original ad is fucking amazing and jingle is catchy as hell, but it really shows are our ideas around science and food have evolved in this country over the last fifty years, and we have a clip. Can be seen in the problems. Not too long ago, among spaghetti lovers rending scene like please. We're affected where people of all in all walks of life science found the breakthrough. Ios. Spaghetti? Oh, spaghetti you with the greatest intention since the neck. Spaghetti? You could eat spaghetti. He runs. Stay on this. I'm to the rescue three ways and tomato and cheese song with eighteen eighteen tasty little meatballs with little slice prior. Why take chances? Are you have? So anyway, listening to that commercial. You can see how like back in the day with, like the space race and everything having science in food was seen as a really good thing. And now we're like too much too much. We did too. Back. We need real food spaghetti on a play. We fucked in by the year twenty ten. They were selling over one hundred and fifty million cans of spaghetti every year that translates to seven hundred twenty million owes being consumed every day it was talking about the little poss. Yeah, yeah, that's crazy. Do they count how many or and again, I don't think the count them meatballs anymore. Like they didn't know they were like. Eighteen meatballs, but the cans like yea big four shore. Now we're getting three meatballs again. Whatever. But I didn't really grow up eating spaghetti os two's course than what childhood. No. Yeah. It was. It was. We would have you'd have a bowl of spaghetti O's, and then, like a chunk of Texas toast. Ooh. Fuck fiber. Chaos. So I don't really have like a point of reference. I forget he is like I think I've had a bite one time but arguments, Catherine Buddha. Egg in her book aimed true, which we had on the podcast last season. She has a great recipe for homemade spaghetti O's that we've made a bunch of super yummy. And we have the rest, we have on our site. And so, we'll re post that shit. So you guys can check that out and celebrate skinny season in style. I'm going to pose as commercial on our website too just because like I like how they're just eating spaghetti. And they're like so complete thrilling. This. Much. I mean I could just use a spoon in, like, shovel it into my fucking open mouth. Holy. Only came in a canned. So he just guzzle it down, my fucking Gullit. What was the other one, they made with the little wieners little sausages, or whatever the Franks rose? Yeah. They skated a cheeseburger one too. Yeah. Yeah. So as much as I ate spaghetti os as a kid, I don't know. I just now as an adult in retrospect, the fourth ingredients is high fructose corn sat. Yeah. I gotta wonder like Catherine has a great rest. Yeah. But I got a like I'm like, how could use use that up any put like take out the high fructose corn syrup? It's like actual sweetener. Like, if you need to Sweden, you know, maybe use like, if you're doing, like a cheesy sauce, maybe us like real cheese. I'm sure that's not real. Yeah. Or being jeez. Don't come from vegans, y'all Wien fucking. Listen to our podcast is fine moving on. I don't know so fucking crush garlic. Something I love garlic as you well know. And researchers have just figured out that garlic can help you say super sharp as you get old die just alleyoop you God, and I also love when our own dietary preferences lineup with science where I'm just like oh shit. Oh, you mean garlic's good for you? Great because I fucking love eating garlic. Yeah. I mean we get to the garlic news. But it is nice. But coffees the one thing that every year, I feel like there's an article it's like Cuffy's killing you coffees actually very healthy for you. Like. And there's conflicting reports and no one nobody knows. Yeah. Nobody knows lottery except for garlic. The Richard research found out that eating garlic helps counteract age related changes in gut bacteria, which can lead to memory problems. How about that? So the benefit of garlic lies within this part of, garlic called the Lille sulfide so diversity in, like the gut microbiome is diminished, an elderly people during a stage of life when diseases, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's develops. So they're trying to figure out this link between gut health and memory health, and they're thinking that garlic might be something to kind of solve that problem. If that's medicine, pretty goddamn, delicious. So a diet rich in garlic, containing Lille sulfide could help maintain a healthy, gut microorganisms, and that's improved, cognitive health, or at least, stop the decline. So the city consisted of researchers giving this compound to mice that were twenty four months old, which are basically like sixty to seventy year old mice. And the researchers compared them with mice that we're for your four months old and twenty four months old that did not have this compound given to them. So the older mice that had this, the garlic compound showed better longer short term memory better long term memory and a healthier, gut than mice of the same age shoot. Didn't have anything. Additionally their spatial memory was better as well. So how about that? So they're starting to move into human trials volunteer. Volunteer, volunteer. I'll fucking eat all the garlic you want. This is good news for humans not so much vampires. Now, bad news for vampire, you think vampires because they've never had garlic. I first of all, I don't even know is that a myth. You know what I mean? I like the vampires or. Very real. Exists. We've known about them for me. But do you think that every, vampire is just like senile yet, come out of the coffin? They're like what? Golden. What is this? There's no garlic and they're not reaping the benefits. They're not. No, they're not. So you guys want to stay sharp just, you know, until we get hard facts. Get some roasted garlic fucking, eat the garlic just we save. The full we have plenty of recipes on how to roast garlic in all three of our books. There's one on site if not, I'll make sure it's onsite time this airs step deal. It you know what we're gonna do that memory. Why? Because apparently by the year, twenty forty eight so like a little less than thirty years from now, seafood, is going to be just a distant memory, so we're gonna need that garlic to remember. What was a little kid? Can't do the you want some seafood? Stick it stick your tongue out, outweigh chewed. Yeah, the set you up. What it means. Have no reference does not come out of the ocean. So Dr Boris worm and Halifax. How God what a name doctor worm Morris worm? Oh, Lord have mercy. Long with teams of colleges around the UK US Sweden, and Panama conducted a study to understand loss of ocean species. Their study founded our oceans bio-diversity is in such rapid decline that by the year, two thousand forty eight saltwater fish will be almost completely extinct like all thought letter fish. Yeah. As of right now. Fuck. As of right now twenty nine percent of edible fish population have declined by ninety percent leading to entire collapses, and fisheries. This is due to a lovely combination a pollution overfishing habitat loss in climate change. Some, my call it a perfect storm say it's a real real bad cocktail. That's a real shit. That's a real shit show. Doctor worm to you talk to worm doing ocean. Studies. Do you think he can do the job? I listen if Boris worm went through high school not learning how to do the worm. Fucking. Doctor worm said the results, quote shocked and disturbed him. And there was beyond anything they could have suspected. Oh, that's not great. Yes. Intestine. He was surprised. They're like starting the study in there. Like we know it's bad. We're just trying to figure out how oh, it's so much worse than oh, it's so bad. Was like your car is kinda like running a little funny and you're like I need takes us this shop. But I just know it's going to be so much more than whatever. The problem is feels like a thousand dollars per hour. I'm just gonna go ahead and just let it light itself. Your, your frayed to look because if you do it's going to be so much worse than you could have intimated. That's essentially the results of this study. He says, and this, this deal, this is more than just seafood marine life. Filters toxins in the water protects our shorelines and healthy. Oceans are critical to the ecosystem of our planet our planet. Our planet is mostly ocean. So if you think we can fuck up the ocean. And everything's just chill dude, you are wrong or this is going to kill us. Yes. That's all the fish won't their dead. But some that's gonna get us doctor worm and his colleagues. This is only he can't get over his new fucking. Dr wherever I'm sorry say that this is only voidable by more sustainable, fishery management pollution control habitat maintenance, and the creation of more ocean reserves. So as we were not gonna just gonna say, I was like so, so enjoy seafood while you. Especially it as go in till two thousand and forty eight crazy. I think I've talked about this on the podcast before, but Mark Pitman of the New York Times who has published so renewing so many different cookbooks over the years in the eighties, he came out with a cookbook that was just about fish and they had like, like so many speech. Yeah, it was like it was my species, and how'd you know all these different kinds of fish, and eight is almost like, I think it was impossible for him to do a reprint of because so many. Like sixty sixty five percent of the fish that were in his book or now extinct. Well, not extinct. They're no longer or the protected. Like, essentially, you can't find them cook where you could in eighties, it was totally fine to find these, like that, as how much years ago is fucking crazy. That's how much are fishing like client Cape. Cod was called Cape Cod, because you couldn't put a net in the fucking water without getting fish in. Yeah. Fucking wasters used to be food for poor people because there were so many in the harbors in New York City that it was like this is just this is trash this is trash chute there. Trust route. Yeah. The same get wasters parenting, aren't they can't even grow with with lobster. They give to inmates. It was seen as like the, the Roach of the ocean. First of all, what I'm still many, I'm gonna talk about lobster second y'all don't like lobster y'all like butter. Let's get that out of the way y'all like butter. Yeah. You put butter on anything. It'd be good. You play you put butter on a lube, Anum full, you would eat that foil. Yeah, don't tell me like oh, I don't like tofu. At least it on smell, like fucking dirty ocean water. Tell me how much you liked lobster. If you just cook it without butter without any seasoning, Kinney's using go. Enjoy. Because it's disgusting. Well, I mean maniacs. It's not a problem anymore because they're starting to beating more fucking lobsters and people don't care. They're going gonna keep ordering seafood. Keep thinking it's fucking fine, and it's not fine, y'all. It's going to be over. And you're going to still be alive. Yeah. I didn't I didn't grow up with seafood, like I never acquired the taste for it became vegan. So, like I have no idea. I just know that what is Nori that they have the seaweed the seaweed. Yeah. I know. I don't like that. Seafood tastes like yellow disgusting. I didn't grow up with seafood either. And I think it's gross I had shrimp, one time when I was a kid and I thought I was eating a finger was really over for me. Do Colonel clerk, fed finger, and my mom shrimp out, but she can't say it, right? It's a she say scrimp. She's from North Carolina, and it's the one time we're accent. Really comes out, and the whole family roasts, sir every time, and she loves shrimp we. So it's real. It's real bittersweet moment for her in Texas. We had cross boils. I never liked eating the coffee. So what like everything else that was in their corn. Potatoes. It was like all the other veggies or whatever else you got in there, delicious. Give me give me that shit. Crosses, the dude, look at it looks insane. You're eating ocean aliens. The fuck is wrong with all my guy guys, it's going to be on the way got. So maybe onto a less real problem. You're tells us that was pretty heavy. I get all the heavy stories. It's not I don't seek them out. It's just what I find. There's these new plates that are out here tried to fucking cock block. All the Instagram influencers. I'm not sure I feel about it. So this Belgian mineral water brand brew be are you, and it was a bro breath? Bre. I really just thinking about all the times, I've called different guys in my life, bra. And how many times I've been told don't do that anyway. The mineral water brand brew breath has developed a line of plate center, designed to remind you to get off your phone in each your fucking meal. Why would a water brand do this? I don't know marketing talking about. And right now we're talking about. I didn't know there was a mineral water breeze named bre bre. Bro. But breath, they'll show plates, look like normal ceramic dinner ware with, like a fancy blue design on the back, but embedded within that blue speckles are multiple QR codes, which many smartphone cameras will recognize and prompt the phones to open a web page, which will read, whether you click on or not nice photo. Don't forget to enjoy your dining companions as well. It's a stupid or as a smart. I think it's smart. Scripting is forcing people to be more present off of our phones. I'm not one of those people that's like get off your phone all the time. Because our phones are incredible. And she machines that help us navigate our daily lives and have streamlined so much. But I'll say I fucking hate when I'm sitting across from somebody and they pull their phone out like we were just like mid sentence. And they were like you know it's fucking rude. So but I feel like we should just do better. Well, clearly. We don't we don't know how we need we need to fucking plate where that it's being served on the tell us that I you know, and I think it's a little like hypocritical for restaurants to be doing this, too, because they make their money with people like giving them free advertising on social media. And like if you really didn't want people, taking pictures, just make it darkest. Fuck or so wait. I'm confused in. Yeah. That's that's true. Dim lights in the restaurant because then everyone's going to use their well, no because then people use their flash on their phone. It looks like shit, not if they're sitting near me 'cause all yell at them. And photo shoot over dinner on. So we don't confuse it. So this thing pops up. Yeah. Hey, like cool photo but get off your phone. Yeah. You take a photo. Okay. I was in say, does it prevent the camera from working out so you can take the okay, whatever, yeah. Whatever people need to be nudged, like, hey. Get off your phone. I feel like it's just kind of like too little and too. Late clearly difference of opinions warehouse divided. Let us know what you guys think I think people need to recognize that nobody gives a shit, most of the time about what the fuck you out to dinner, especially if it's nothing interesting, like look at this fucking bullet spaghetti O's. I warmed up who cares? There was a way spaghetti with a spoon. But anyway. 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Now experience the new normal admendment dot com. That's madman dot com. Amy D. M E, N dot com. Welcome back to board up a thug kitchen podcast. Our guest, today's world renowned photographer and designer you seen his work all over the internet your social feeds magazines books and massive marketing campaigns. Please welcome to the pot. God, Matt are Mendez. Outside correct close. Enough, that's wonderful. Thank you guys. You try try forever. If it helps you butters his own last name all the time Holloway. People ask me how to spell my last name. I'm like, you know what I haven't written a while. So I'm really. I think there's an in there somewhere Lord, Lord as one Matt photographer to another Matt, for talk for yes, we're talking for Dawson. One of our favorite double Matt podcast. Whereas huge fans of your work. Thank you so much. Likewise, thank you. We are scrubs compared. Please, you're the godfather. I, I forget when I found your work, but I was like holy shit. This guy does amazing photography, especially like food photography. And I always we came from just shooting plates on our coffee table. No lights set up like old camera get three play like a member, like your innovating we thought shit. And then I saw your stuff and I was like, I want to learn how to do that because he's in crediting. Thank you so much. You've been doing this for over twenty years. Well, the career path was interesting photography. I've been doing full-time for nine years off and on while I had a corporate job kind of that thing. Yeah. What were you doing for? I was director of advertising for Bristol farms. Okay. And then also before that I was at whole many, many years, I here, there, she worked on the front started. Bagging groceries at the original whole foods. Yeah. Do you guys ever have a bagging competition, because our store, bagging Commodore cheat in yes, it was? Amazed, sean. I'm Anita punch card every time she works at home. I usually just say grocery stores, whatever people get it twisted that it wasn't a grocery store. Yeah. They thought you worked in like corporate, and you know, I'm, I'm bagging your. People like to work back in a soon because you had some success, currently or anything like that, that you must have always correct. Not been a person. They looked down on I guess, and know y'all down on me. Big time. I had a no contact. I was bagging groceries like you wear snapping at meet like people, people are terrible public just and I think it's people who they've never worked customer service lately, like being on your phone, and trying to like a cashier's, hoping you so fucking black. You're off the phone in the phone call, you know, something I understand. I'm not the most important person in your day. But just like sorry and like I called courtesy, I contact hoping kind of people, Pete's sake. I know it's funny because you keep those customers with you. They don't think about you anymore. Like I had a guy back home. We still did paper or plastic us on his phone. The whole fucking time and then try to ask them ask him like I'll say, oh, do you want paper or plastic? And he just like shoeing me to be quiet at. So I picked paper and then when he got off his phone call. When I done, it was a whole cart full of groceries to. It's like actually, I want plastic, and he made me fucking re baggage. Tissue. Sweet. I would have been so passive aggressively on the bottom. I'm sorry. French cuts cuts. I hope he's listening. Yes, exactly. Listen. Bob. Fuck yourself. But you started bagging. And then you you worked your way that will hopefully was growing this was God early ninety s so we were just playing grocery store, a whole foods of today. So people at the regional office, we're like, hey, we're opening any region in Chicago. Does anybody wanna move? And so all the roommates and I, we went and that was back when they used to do this. I mean whole foods. Yeah, they moved us. And so they're store artists so much started doing some of that, and it was kind of early desktop publishing kind of thing and then moved over to regional became an art director and then became creator director for northern California. That's amazing years ago. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. That look see look at grocery store, people can say. Race started integrate. Yes. I checking my grocery store. Really odd VIN diagram and your brain of people worked in grocery so God that. Yeah, so I can give him props if I ever, and it was great though, because it's like that kind of opened my eyes about food that kind of just pushed me in a in a certain area. Yeah. You didn't know that, you were picking up skills, and it also means you a kind person because you worked customers. You're not going to be Bob. No. Never. Asshole. Well, now you have a job most people would kill for. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Your, your Instagram grid is like goals. Thank you very much. Yeah. No, it's fun. It's great to be in this position. And getting to do stuff and getting to work with great people, and doing fun stuff like this, you know. Yeah. No, it's, it's been a really interesting career pass. But it's I mean it's never been doll. I mean, of course, they say that, but you didn't you never work as hard. What's that phrase? When you work for yourself kind of thing. Simultaneously? I am the worst boss and the b