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WABE 90.1 FM
"nick bohr" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"And that idea that you can focus on on a place and Dell's deep into its history and tell a story until many stories that was the basis of Faulkner's career. So that same idea drove me as a novelist. I wrote a historical novel about my hometown of timeline. New York. I know it. Well, uh, not the town. But the novel. Um So one day Steve Nygren, who is the founder of Saralyn be took me out for a hike in the woods around Sandy, the same woods literally that John got lost in And he started showing me some of the historical markers. There are these ancient Indian carvings and terrorist land from the 19th century and everything, and I got this the exact same Sparked the same idea from him and him telling those stories as I had about my own hometown. When I started exploring that history, we started talking about documenting the history talking to the people that knew it and recording it. That conversation with Steve started driving me to do this history. And when we started a month or two later, I was I was trying to figure out how to make that happen. And once or two later this The idea of these dinners came around, and it's a well it put them together. You know, we can fund one with the other. So the documentary will look at the history and families of the Chattahoochee Hills. Community for those unfamiliar with the area. Would you describe where it's located? Yes, so Chattahoochee Hills is about 2025 miles south of the Atlanta airport. It's beautiful farm, country, cows and in horse country about and it's odd in that it's still Kind of metro Atlanta, but it is uniquely rural for being that close in, and it's in fact, a few years ago through a lot of interesting legislative work. It incorporated as a city and a name, but it is very much just beautiful world Georgia. Lot of the families have stayed. Serendip is located in the middle of that the oral history will be about kind of everything that isn't ceremony. So you're honoring the community of which they are based. Party. Yeah, Nick, you touched upon diverse city. Of the chefs. How did that factor into Those who wanted to award and highlight at the dinner. It was very important to us that it wasn't just the usual lineup of people which chefs is a very tight knit community. I guess we all kind of see each other as brethren. In most cases. Atlanta has a particularly close group of chefs. I think we all respect each other, and we all try to look out for one another. But it was really more than an individual decision. I think it was just a kind of a groupthink. Situation. I know for me. I just wanted it to be as good a cross section of the talent as possible. One person in particular that I think so highly of and she's you know, very young up and coming. Claudia Martinez. Her name is she's a pastry stuff that was very important for me to see her shine in this Because just for the effort that she's made, I mean, if you look at her work, she is so unbelievably talented and dedicated. And you know, I've been 26 years in the kitchen is very hard. It's a hard road, you know. So the little things like that are so big. I loved seeing the different Southern fusion that many of this chef's incorporate into their menu. Send food selections such as Brian SOS Korean Southern Fusion and Parnaz Savants. Thai food with Southern ingredients. How have such chefs changed the way people view food? You know, things can be incorporated into all different type of cuisine sculptures, my favorite French cuisine myself. I have to say I've been cooking a lot of collard greens since I've been back in therapy. Hala Francis says with lots of bacon and butter, of course. Well, it really is a very ambitious project. You've embarked upon Nick, you competed in season 13 of the Food Network's beat Bobby Flay with a unique twist on the fritter. For listeners who didn't watch that episode. What was your unique twist? Well, it was basically a twist on a French dish that I grew up eating. Which is bond out Demery, which is like, uh, Salt cod whipped with potatoes and garlic. And, uh, I thought that rather than have it as a spread or something to dip, I thought it would be nice to have this kind of a freighter. I do a crab fritter. That's probably one of my biggest items here at the farmhouse. And I thought, you know, rather than just do something with crab. I thought I could throw a little Ranch into his works. Uh unfortunately, is a very good competitor. And I'm as my wife put it. This is the last time you're doing this. Oh, It was a good time. You know, I flew my goodness. I flew from California to New York City and started cooking at five in the morning, New York times So I thought I did. Okay. You did very well, indeed. And how can you go wrong with potatoes and bought her and a fritter? Darren Wong, chef Nick Bohr. Thank you against so very much. Thank you Honor to talk to you. Thank you for having us last try Foliate Awards producer Darren Wong and Chef Net bore. The executive chef and VP of food and beverage at Serin be the first event is September 19th and Honor Chef going to Sacre. More information will appear on our website. W A. B e dot org slash city. Light Support for Abhi comes from the High Museum of Art called her Picasso opens on June 26th presenting more than 100 sculptures, paintings and.
Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"nick bohr" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Two teams when they play kind of, you know, like I think about those Michigan State games when you saw Charles Matthews and Nick Bohr, you know those guys getting in each other's faces and nothing dirty. Nothing crossing the line, but just intense physical basketball. So that's what I'm there's gonna be a lot of players back from from both these teams from last season, so yeah, I'm hoping I know they've got a few more trippers and things like that. But I'm hoping we get their defense of player of the year victim. Defensive player of the year he transferred. Yeah, he'll Maryland 734. I'm sorry, Dennis. Go ahead before I never seen a coach of my life, You know, go out. Do what? You want Our fire that and I don't think you'll ever see it again from Juwan Howard. But I stay that and the year before he was running out of the court, But you can stay and I thought he was gonna attack. The referee Didn't that was No, he did that It was strategic. I don't think it was a strategic against Maryland unless they actually through one of those banner things, Adam, and then you know, that's what it seemed to me that it seemed to me. That's you're like Wow, What kind of torsion said to ignite Juwan Howard? You know, after a blitz of banners here, then matter just have to stay in your box. Or, you know, I don't like that. That's the thing that fits. So that's the thing that fits into me. I think he didn't say that. You know what? So I hope the maze rage get some some banners, full banners going to put two Shin's name on everything else. But that big 10 banner when Illinois comes in having I think plea. Illinois is there for the opening, and that's when the banner goes up. I would just get us a way to thank you. Why don't we just save the banner? Raising ceremony for that Maryland game So we can just say, Hey, we know one banner that's not coming down in its room. Right there, my friend or Maryland, either one. I like both of them. I mean, come come with 100 Bandit Just have 100 grand for the Maryland The Terps they go 734 1918 50. Let's go Toe five oclock did Mike what up, Mike? How you doing? Hey, I'm going on a Caribbean cruise. Thank some young boys, So I'm gonna take Philly. Hadley and JJ's out. Never to, Uh what? My boat. What do you think, man? That is a squad right there. Good luck. Go look with you. Because that you know they go. Come break back at you Freaking picking girls? Well, In their face. They're gonna like it, man. Because the shrimp in butter and a good thing, right? This is everything. I think you know. Five o'clock I like I like you know what? Know what? I like, five o'clock and it's right. Up your alley when it comes to shrimp. What's that? What's that? Like downtown Indianapolis ST Elmo's has got the shrimp cocktail sauce that is made with like 5000 strong horse radish like you eat that I ate some last week. It was so strong. I had to hold my nose and I thought I was gonna pass out. But it's so good. My dentist ST Elmo's is, you know, one of the strong points and downtown Indianapolis. Yeah, I've been there and done that. And A thanks for bringing that up, man. But you know, we didn't have was not our boys from Michigan. You know? Why didn't we let him go? Who we talking about, Mike. What do you pay? Right? Oh, pretty quickly quickly got to go. It was time he got drafted Mike. Trust me. Come on with these When your first round draft pick that time to wave Bye bye to your one of your favorite sons over here. We should have kept him at home, man. I think it is well off. Yeah. Were selfishly we always want to keep all these great college athletes. But inevitably, no matter what we know that their time ends here in Ann Arbor in its University of Michigan, so you hope that they can all ended as successfully as quickly pay and that you're able to move on and be able to play your sport at the professional level. So It's tough to say goodbye to not only quitting toe all of these student athletes, but inevitably, you've got to at some point. And like I said, Man, you can only hope to go out as well. Is that yeah, to your 0.0.5 o'clock. You know, Jamie thinks that in the end, and he's gonna be trashed this year, so you know, maybe the Lyons says we're gonna be trashed. I didn't say they were gonna be trashed. I just said Carson wins. It's not a good quarterback. Now you could. You could supplement that with a good running game and a good defense. Let's say, eight nights where they're trying to do 89. Finding him 19 898. It sounds weird. I'll tell you. I just I feel like I ever twilight. So, Yeah, I hate I've got a question for Matt man. Let's hear it. All right. There's uh you know, we lost. Just leave our land or do we have anybody that's going to come up? And even if all that in any time soon It's It's tough. It's tough to equal. One of, you know, one of the greats and Justin Verlander, but we've got a few guys again. Casey, Miles is the first guy that comes to mind. He was the number one overall picture. We saw him pitch a great game with the last night last night. Yep, so I am pitched a great game here last night, So he's the guy that you look at out of all of them. And there's there's a few again. Boyd's been looking pretty good. Spencer Turnbull again. I think he looked really good today to me. I thought he had an outstanding outing. But but my XYZ, really the guy where he seems like he can do it all. He's got that high fastball at 96 97 ondas looking like he has the potential to be a bonified. Eight top, You know, not only top of the rotation guy, but you know, top of the division top of the A l kind of pictures, So he's the one that I would say if you have to pick any of them. He's the one to watch. And I'm sure both miss and Dennis both big baseball. Nuts over here would probably agree with me. I would say the next one. That's up. I mean, Terek is, you know, school's looking, You know, he's had ups and downs. I think down the miners, you're looking at Matt Manning being one of the big ones as well to come up. It was almost kind of like, you know, uh, horse race between him and Casey, Miles who's gonna be the one that gets the nod to come up to Detroit in case he's right. He's right on the heels. He's close to coming up and Being being a future, you know, either. Pitcher number one pitcher number two, basically, alongside Casey. My So Mike. There's some guys down in the minors right now that are making waves. Just gotta give a little time. I know that. You know that. It's It's probably gonna be another Bismol year for the Tigers. But given time, man, it will be good. He'll be ready to go and you're gonna have yourself a nice little pitching staff. But Javy that's Ah, He's one of these one in a million. My dude. All right. Here's my $10,000 question. Ali..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"nick bohr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Me about 30 seconds on this What we hope to get from this action, which were doing differently here, right? We're not doing the lawsuit here. We're doing a demand like Jamie said to bring the city to the table to reckon and repair now. And what we're hoping to get from this new approach is not just changing that look to the NYPD to fix the problem because that's proven to be insufficient but reparations that go to repairing and investing in the community that was harmed. Because of that just might make a real difference This time. Jamie reporting Project 24 minutes in Mott haven looking listeners expect Well, these air people, Brian, they're not just cases for a lawyer. They're not even just stories for us, as journalists write. These are people who have real lives real family's real communities, and they have rights. So when we do this work, we are going to Proceed in this project with that, first and foremost, how are people policed? And why? As you said at the top, Brian, how are people? Police then why so we begin today. 24 hours in Mott Haven will be on Gotham is Jake. Often Hearts broke this story about this letter that dropped on Mayor de Blasio's desk today. Maybe you can ask her about it. On Friday, Brian On so you can reject reporting on gothamist at gothamist dot com. And then we'll continue reporting it out on Gothamist. We will also be working with Kai right at us of anxiety to bring you stories like Solenne Aziz in a more narrative form, and we're going to work in other places throughout our organization and hopefully cross pollinate Brian Award. We like to use that New York public radio. S so that our listeners can participate as well. Let me at least get the title. Right? I said 24 minutes in Mott Haven is a really 24 hours and body even know it's 24 minutes because within the span of 24 minutes Pardon? My French All hell broke loose. Jamie Floyd W. N. Y C Racing justice editor Selena Martin, one of the signatories to this demand letter for reparations for what happened in those 24 minutes and beyond, in Mott haven on June 4th. And General Nick Bohr. Shatha on attorney for the group. Thank you all for joining us today. Thank you, Bryant..