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The Domestication of the Potato
"How many foods that we eat today. All around the world simply didn't exist in the old world of africa asia and europe corn chocolate vanilla peppers green beans pumpkins. Tomatoes and squash are all foods that were completely unknown to the peoples of the old world. Perhaps the most important neural food. However was the humble potato. The potato was originally native to south. America it was first domesticated impro- anywheres from five thousand ten thousand years ago. It's really hard to tell because potatoes aren't very well preserved in the archaeological record. But we know that they were being grown. Probably when studies were first being built in mesopotamia specifically they were probably first domesticated around the area of lake titicaca high in the andes mountains. The first confirmed evidence in the archaeological record comes from the year. Thousand five hundred. You're the coastal city of n con just north of lima peru. The potato was the primary food stuff for the incan empire. Potatoes cooked by ancient peruvians. We're not too dissimilar to how they're cook today. They were baked or boiled and might have been mashed. Potato is pretty much have to be cooked in order for the starches in them to be digestible by humans. Some potato varieties had toxic compounds that required soaking and clay and water to leach out the toxic substances one popular way of processing potatoes in the andes was to make this involved repeatedly leaving them outside to freeze and then thawing them. The next day this freeze drying would go on for three to five nights then they would be laid out and stomped on to remove any remaining water. The result would be white. Rock looking thing not too dissimilar from appealed potato but because it was dehydrated it could last for years. Potatoes had been domesticated all the way down the andes mountains to southern patagonia. In what is today chile prior to the arrival of europeans. The first spanish explorers to the region led by pizarro in fifteen thirty to recognize the value of the potato but when they brought them back to europe it was mostly for consumption by the south american people they brought back with them supposedly and i know this because i actually paid a visit. The first place in europe to grow potatoes was the garden at the monastery in guadalupe spain. It was a place that queen isabella frequently visited.
"pizarro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Catch on tells us more on this on call remains a very kind of exciting in robust environment. Because we're paying. We have the consumption power at a dining level. People here pay well for good food. Where very well expose were tough diners. Because we know what we want. But also there's a lot of investment coming back to hong kong so despite all the economic woes in all the level of uncertainty that we were experiencing right now with a pandemic. You know the fact that. The restaurant scene remains robust. It's just a testament to this this particular region and market. I should say right now because we can't traveled are only mode of travel is through the plate. It's through what we experience in a restaurant. The experience the story telling element that makes us travel through the plate. This is something black. Sheep has mastered in one of the characteristics which makes black sheep restaurant so successful asim hussain. The co founder of the group tells us more on that transportation is a big thing for us so when when you come to one of our restaurants we want us to transport you do another time another place but people being stuck over here. I feel that there's more pressure on us as storytellers to tell that story loudly and proudly on the floors of our restaurants and try to take people some somewhere else. What we're seeing is that guests have great expectations now when they come to restaurants in everyone stuck in the city. We haven't sort of traveled as much as we used to perhaps and a meal at carbon or millet new punjab club across the street. It means a lot. you know. Guests the guests coming with sky-high expectations. And i. i also think that the expectations become even higher when coming to a black sheep restaurant because this notion of storytelling transportation is at the heart of who we are and what we do beyond the appreciation of experiential dining. The pandemic has also brought new trends in the restaurant industry. One of these being the rising number of new italian outlets opening across the city catherine channel. John tells us about this when you look at the times that we were about to enter into another lock down here. In hong kong there was a spike for pasta searches on google. So i thought that was quite an interesting kind of phenomenon and whether or not there's any correlation to that but yes. We are in the middle of an italian wave. How long that will last. I don't know but you know. Italian cuisine appears to be one of those cuisines that it's always popular because it so much of the cuisine really mirrors that of asian food. You know it's very convivial. It's something that's best experience. When it's shared similar to chinese food we have a lot of traditions that are quite similar. So i think that it's here to stay tony. Pay is one of the restoring enters. Who took the leap and open crust. A new italian and best egeria in hong kong's wanchai last june. Our director and chef and myself would been an on call about twelve years right now and we both coming from the region of companion which is very well known for the city of naples myself from the seaside and we that there was missing actually wasn't opportunity to create something that these lifestyle vibrant bostitch sharia offering from breakfast too late night and having the same feeling to be holiday but being in a city like hong kong and obviously the overall situation workings workout. So well. because everybody's is less to travel around the war then missing all this characteristic of the mafia goes. I really like the part three. I really believed in hong kong. The chance to small entrepreneur to showcase what the have but he's also tough market as you say in the and very much you can go up and down very quickly beyond food trends. The pandemic has also brought a new sense of awareness to sustainability in the food industry from sourcing local ingredients to turning to more plant-based diet. We've seen a growing demand for more sustainable practices in the food industry. Hong kong's arcane collective ham by chef. Shane osborn has been a champion when he comes to sustainability michael smith who is currently chef de cuisine at arcane one of the groups to restaurants tells us more on the change he observed in customers mindset. I think predominantly now in the last year but shift has been more noticeable than ever before. I think what we were eating what we watched it on the television it was more and more information now than etta on why we should be in a more predominantly plant-based style why we should be having more diverse diet folk for immune health to fight against viruses such as corona also the decisions that we make that will will cause you know global pandemics. People are more aware of this. People are making more mindful decisions at arcane michael smith and his team strive to incorporate as many locally sourced ingredients as possible a challenge in a city like hong kong lessons that we've learned last year coming together not working in silos as we have done for a long time. We've with starting to build and reunite relationships with local farmers and say a new generation of young farmers really help in bridge that gap obviously the cambier a communication language barrier but this this younger generation of farmers is helping to bring us back together. The filming in hong kong. There is often. We don't know about the farming in hong kong. It's been missing for a while but organic regenerative bombing in hong kong is there. We just need to support him. More as we support as demand grows supply will grow. And we'll build a more resilient food system in hong kong. The changes begin with us a chefs. What's short is that. Despite being hard hit by two tough years the industry is back on. Its feet fueled with new talents in ideas to share through the plate for monaco in hong kong. I'm nina and that's offer this edition of the menu. Remember that we are back with a new episode again on friday at two hundred london time. That's at me. Debut listening in los angeles. Meanwhile do check our our many spin so food neighborhoods for great recipes. This show was researched by charlie huma court and sophie monaghan combs and at is and mixed by david stevens. Oh you're marcus hippie was again. We finish these program with edina south recommendation. Here is night air by jamie woon. Thanks for listening.
"pizarro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Thanks marcus i. We begin in the uk where supermarkets are warning that supply chain problems could cause a shortage of products as far in the future as christmas with suppliers already planning for the busiest time of the year. Brexit induced chaos has meant that a previously robust food supply. Chain is now struggling. One of the major reasons is a lack of hgtv drivers to transport products many of whom have left the country in the last eighteen months continuing in the uk and ireland. The michelin guide has revealed this week that it will be releasing. Its recommended restaurants every month instead of annually. The paris-based organization has said that the move will help to give readers. A steady stream of restaurants eats up throughout the year whilst also helping to industry to recover from the pandemic next. We had to california well. Artificial intelligence is being used to help states wine industry recover from the devastating wildfires experience. This year tasty is an ai. Based company whose technology is usually applied to understand the flavor of products on pallets of consumers. However in this instance the company is helping winemakers test smoke taint allowing them to work out which blends may hide the unwanted smirke tastes and finally to palestine where two brothers have opened a new restaurant and cafe. In a plane the boeing seven seven which was formerly used by the israeli government is now situated just outside the northern city of nablus with no civilian airport in the country. The owners wanted to bring the experience of being in an aircraft palestinians. Ninety nine percent of palestinians have never used an airplane co owner commerce. Al safi told ap early ambassadors diplomats ministers amaze use them. Now they see an airplane and it is something for them. He said that's for you this week. Back to you marcus. Firms page you are listening to the menu on monocle. Twenty four now. After two difficult years the hong kong restaurant industries back on its feet and bubbling with countless newly opened outlets from restaurant groups who have perfected a winning formula two new talents making bold statements through their food. Restaurateurs are determined to conquer hongkongers pallets. Monaco cinema laws in hong kong. The story hong kong loves breeze and lives for him. It's one of the rare cities where you'll see restaurants for all day. Round from street stalls to michelin starred. Tables options are endless in hong congress will spend senseless amounts of money on a nice meal given that hong kong diners have been rated the biggest spenders on food in the asia pacific region yet last year. The city's restaurant industry was hit by its worst. Earning decline on record dropping by close to thirty percent from the previous year as seem. Hussein is the co founder of black sheep one of hong kong's most successful restaurant groups today. Black sheep counts over thirty outlets across the city covering cuisines from all around the world including several michelin starred. Establishments he tells us about how the last two years impacted his business lawsuit was difficult for restaurants and all over the world as well but we should have been been in this really tricky place now for two years because the year twenty nine thousand nine was really difficult to for us with the social unrest in hong kong to so to say that last year has been challenging. Would be an understatement. They were get a lump in my throat. Even talking about this. I can say this now loudly and proudly but there were times last year where we did not know how we're gonna make it from one week to the next despite the toll on his business. Black sheep is still expanding with six new outlets plan for opening in the next year. So and they're not the only ones. The hong kong food scene is experiencing renewed effort as dense with countless new restaurants opening across the spectrum katherine fela shannon chan is the founder and managing director of catch on the communications agency. Working with some of hong kong's most renowned restaurants. She shares her perspective. On the last year it has been quite bewildering and amazing at the same time because i think coming from the protests of two thousand nineteen nine straight into the pandemic of twenty twenty no doubt the restaurant industry was really brought to its knees. But what has been remarkable is seeing it so agile in so so resilient in that it's been able to get back on its feet and proof of that has been the just remarkable amount of new restaurant openings. That have happened within the last year. Even during the time of the pandemic we witness a number of restaurants that have managed to open and also gain recognition gain michelin stars. Get on asia's fifty best list at a time when you have the most challenging conditions to to open with you know so and then this year alone knowing that easily. There's at least a dozen you restaurants that have opened or are about to open before the year is up just tells you that you know the conditions that make hong kong a very robust i think robust market for restaurant is still there. Despite the political climate patricia yo recently joined black. Sheep as the group's head of culinary after decades of experience working as a chef in cities like new york london and dubai she shares her perspective on hong kong's food seeing hong kong is so diverse. I mean new yorkers diverse but hong kong is diverse in a very different way hong kong as diverse where you have very good quality high end french restaurants and sort of very good quality. You know average french restaurants rates and you can run the gamut and you can actually get really good food international food at whatever price point you wanna get in cities like new york and london and dubai. You only hit the high points you never ever. You don't find a restaurant that can take fabio of six to without breaking the bank in and i think that's a huge difference hong kong's difficult dining city the guest. Ah sessoms a very knowledgeable. They've very demanding. And i that it makes us better. Catherine village john from.
"pizarro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Joy and we have their for that. Let's talk about challenges. Involved when it comes to you know coming from lockdowns and trying to return to normal many restaurants in the uk actually elsewhere in the world is we are complaining that it's so hard to find stuff. What is your experience of that. The moment we are as everyone else is struggling. Nothing is easy but we are okay at the moment. We don't need to close because we are now able to go the shift my core team my head have all the operator team is still with me. All the head. Surface did with me sous-chef manager the team is there and he's a challenge but is what it is. Keep going my friend. What do you think you've been so lucky because many others tortures even london are saying that. They've lost a significant part of their staff. During the taos i dunno. I think many of us were working for low. Was there is one as you can imagine. I wanted to say. I can be good. Boss you know. Is i think the whole team. No just me definitely nami is the whole thing is will easy mentioned on just follow them but the gold in the whole thing like i say before turf monitors managers are being there and they'd been supporting every single time i think maybe star and i'm very lucky with and how have you been showing your support. I think you probably all quite a good boss. I'm wondering what you've done to actually make your star feel so welcome and looked after. They need that as well is the be myself. You know judy to there for everyone on me. Meeting has been there and look after menu all the different ways. but it's Listen to people and giving what they need. it's just good training to good with them with people. What is your feeling about. The cultural change in kitchens. The old cliche was that you have shouting shifts over there and it's really crucial sometimes. Is that a thing of the past totally totally. I was one of those in. Sometimes you were literally. Yeah in the beginning. He'd longtime ago. What tying chains. I think i was in place you know about. I fell light while undoing here and abortion. I need to show on the voice and you don't need will absolutely not definitely when you get. The best of the people is tweet a you are definitely no shouting to anyone. Doesn't need it to learn more about the moments when you realize that. Even i cannot remember. I feel he's not outside things about me solo the whole team. Sometimes you can feel like. I'm doing here i need to the boss underboss here and it's not because business is no me like we said before. Is everyone there. And you need everyone to make everyone happy and doors fidelity issue going to war. And you don't feel loft. You never go there again or you would feel strange one hobby is you go to war because you have to and we have to an isa family setting. I think like Feel a my team is well done. Everyone feel part of the family. How do you keep yourself challenged. Then this whole another thing then. Obviously you can't spend years and years and years preparing the same dishes. How do you keep on coming up with new ideas and challenging yourself. I say i'm very lucky with a family behind. And i have now six baseness and in my name and it's not just me is is well. All the chef and the chef and people are very creative. He's not what i say everyone to have. You know my style but they need to bring this to the table. We tried together and we enjoy that. I think is the way you know. He's only me seventy one. They are and jump people genshaft. They have very good there than keep me going as well. You know because you ran from them. Where do you get your own inspiration than for your own ideas from travels from other restaurants. Maybe something you've read all of that. But i think when you are chef for twenty seven years. He's longtime twenty seven years. Yeah i think. Flavors everything's inside of yourself. Seems i was child. I couldn't be making with my mom. My mom was ju- boy from here to work about growing up in a farm. Where all the base coming from their meal tease. You know something that you have inside of yourself your brain when you are a title is kind of sponge. And i think that he's giving me or my knowledge. Of course eating out seeing what the people are is important but these fifty years damn now last week fifty. I make it. Congratulations thank you. I mean this fifty years. May you to have too much knowledge there when you really want to put together. Are you saying that you don't learn anything new any more land every single day. What are the latest things. You've learned the lightest. I know it's been delayed. This one Can no coming to me. Is you learn. You have nothing. You're not you have to learn and you need to learn from the best. The best is everyone around you. One could think to emerge from the lockdown. Is that actually. You have a new part of your business which is box us delivered to people's homes. What's kind of oppose it. Has it been to white and up your business to cover that aspect as well. I think now we are very lucky. The next day delivery you can prepare box with is some special things than i can. Send to scotland and they will have what we in the restaurant. The same on north salina always is going on in the restaurant. You can do in phoenix a home but seriously people do enjoy to be able to enjoy a rice with the same flavors than we do. In the restaurant son roles and people love on unlucky enough and work with a company called dispatch than really good professional done really. They are doing absolutely mason job to help me to deliver than new ideas. He said good team between us and then we rely him. Brahms with tilly. Ungodly lee until scotland or manchester. Or all on them. What's happening next. What's in the pipeline. I know that you're working on a new book is going to be. I think may next year bay important for me. You imagine now is consolidate. Will i have these places. Have tweet running smoothly by working. Some new brotherhoods some some pieces new product. Keeping me busy. What kind of new products are we talking about. I will let you know very soon. Do you need to move back. Okay and just finally. What is your prediction. Like what is happening. Now if you look at the situation inland and there's a lot of talk that many many hospitality employers have left. The country have moved back to continental europe. What is your feeling. What is the london going to be like into twenty twenty two twenty three definitely the government to do something to helping everyone and that will have in. Some is the most cosmopolitan beautiful city where everyone is welcome. Everyone being welcome on will be the same. He's no way then. We can be without people coming from cy and to enjoy the city and land from the city horse a bizarre there and he studi restaurants are now open at the royal academy of arts in london..
"pizarro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"A pioneer of spanish food in london and has also visited this broker. A few times in the past goes entering his reputation it's surprising that he hasn't launched any ventures in central london until now that is jose just opened not one but actually two restaurants at the royal academy of arts. The poster bob. By jose's an informal place for top us entering wireless horse at bassano at the ra's to see at restaurants centered around highquality brought to us and the best of spanish cooking. I caught up with jose to talk about the life post lockdowns and he's new openings. Let seventy seven our company at war with his co. company cooks they are running fidelity in the royal academy one day. They told me jose. I think a half something very interesting for you. Not wanna tell you where i say. Okay he interesting. I don't love surprise at all anyway. They took me to. Of course. I not restaurant there and they told me. Do you want to open here. Almost cry i say yes without knowing anything else straightaway use it. Yes yes as simple as that. I love to be there. What does it mean for you. This is your first venture in central london and also you've launched these two restaurants inside a world. Famous art institution wasn't launching restaurants in a place. Like that much different from what you've been doing in london's permanency before i will say is a dream to come through or was i wanted to have some of my auspey talapity in central on them but always i was a little bit. This care you know. It's very expensive and When they told me to be there was like. I love art. Who slate yet. I think he's the best thing of my career challenge or talent. But i have to say that roy academy abc one day are being knowing amazing. Incredible mazing with me. They've been looking after my ideas on them. The chains of my branding. Th really is being absolutely incredible. So was kind of thinking pros. This did you have then when you had these two places for yourself so you have the first one is called the poster bob by jose that's on the ground floor off this place and they'll upstairs you have hosmer bizarro at the ra so when you get those two locations we're kind of thinking brave's did you have off what you actually wanted to create and how these places would work poster of our is for me. He says lovely beautiful light is full of amazing poster for many different locations from so many civic zone for everything on for me. The bar was from the right. The bolt is were there. I i know what i will. I kneel anyway because they had before high fill these benefit place for that kind of local bars. Coffee bars sandwich bar. Boca vija sleigh. We saying spain. Of course in the royal academy summer distribution booster. And when you go to spain would you say is the full fighting posters. You know it was like that. Even making things is very informally. Just you go there for kenya. Being tortilla sandwich not takeaway is seen but that was just better fit for that. And then you coming up go to webster and then you coming into. The gaddi will magnificent applying gorgeous beautiful space than remind me casino. Seniors pain has paying. All casinos are places to people to meet and to discuss. Politics are whatever you want to discuss unto joy on. Well i did. I thought that when i work on both of them are just beautiful. I have to say the most and they've been very busy as well. So you open when we're doing this interview those places open for about two weeks essentially weeks and you've had a good start star. I'm very lucky. They just opened next to him. The hockney sorry just hoping is well on here. Being bc from los is well. People want to enjoy after to see the exhibition and people come into tweet. I'm very happy for tell us more about food. In those restaurants you already mentioned that post to buy place four. Twopercent drinks whereas we're talking about upstairs is a c to restaurant and the concept is a bit difference. Do people get many horses bizarro classics over there. Or did he want to rethink the menu. Always you have to think a little bit. But as i say i want to remind mice batalli to center. Llano is more or less the same. Just different setting. You can get the from fritos you can get the best. I'm only ready coughing. Called as you can get your kanye. They'll to booze your everything. We are bringing the placer than you know. The very poor is different. Way we though. They most incredible scottish trout as well always with spanish. Starch is the same philosophy in different space. I think it's interesting that you mentioned that philosophy a few times now during the interview. What is it. What is pizarro. take on hospitality. What is your philosophy. My philosophy is. I think exhaust metality is you want to out. You want to enjoy relax to have very good time more now than never people really want to go. They need to look after they need to feel than they are the best and we are there to make them happy that he school. We want you know. People live the place with a smile. What does that mean in practice. Obviously we talk about great food. But what do you tell your stuff. How should they deal with the customers. How do you grade that. Lovely warm loving atmosphere thing. Everyone needs to have fun. you know. it's hard work. Many hours you know for sometimes on on difficult can be difficult. Sometimes but issue enjoy it will say well the family it will. They might team is even with your marks on people need to see your smiling they will never see your mouth but they will see your eyes and that's it it you go to the table you having fun and you give it to them what they want. I won't then two. We have as well and they have to have extra fun because obviously the face off your face you have to make it very visible through your voice i think. Now what is my lane. Both of us we a smiling. The is they lie coming through. The is just amazing. He's well he's all about people are going out to have fun and.
"pizarro" Discussed on Mommy & Me Not PG
"We went to state college because aarc was going to play football. Something we went to those caves. Do you remember that. Oh you we were just dropping him off so we didn't even stay. There was a dropped him off because he was going to camp. We really did that in one day. You like a three and a half hour. We did and we stopped. Did things all right. So that was like a mini day thing. But it wasn't our pictures. So i wanted to include that From there we started going to myrtle beach. That was in two thousand and ten. So why again has our aunt linda. Yep had bought a Like a condo that she was going to rent out and she led us Rented or utilize it and use it for vacation and that was fun and we got locked out of the balcony again. Yes indeed had crossed the balconies. Oh that's right. There were two balconies. How do we do that. are you sure. You don't forget to keep the mike in your face. Oh my god no one cares about your steps. Okay so care about your steps but yes so we. She got locked. We got locked out all of us once again so that was not very pleasant. Dad was not happy No but that was about as dramatic as that god. Yeah that was pretty. I think i'm sure there was more things that happened. But i just don't remember because it was so long ago i did meet that guy from sunny with a chance and i took a picture with him and i just recently got rid of that shirt from like that water shirt. I don't know what it was then. Eric went to costa rica. That's right. Two thousand eleven right. That was what the with our teachers yup so like e af tours or something so he got to do that. Which was. I'm sure a lot of fun for him Next he went to billy for the first time that was funny. We went down there because he was doing a football trial thing and we were in philly and victoria was scared to death. Yes he's ever i. I don't understand because you've been to bridge for. But i guess we'll i heard some sort of shot noise and i remember seeing red stuff on the ground and i was very concerned at the age of twelve. Yeah that was pretty funny. Yeah and was. I'm never going here. I'm never going here would never want combat with you and i had could. We had kuba right now. I know because i remember. We had like some mexican food now. That i was a student at temple. I know what could dogo erotic that you ended up back there. I know when. I said i was never going. That was funny. Movie ran up the rocky steps. Yes we did all that stuff. That was a lot of fun. Yes then in twenty thirteen. I'd be like this is when the fund memory start happening. We actually remember things. We went to mexico for. Eric's graduation yeah. It was us carlos. Eileen dad was so much yes we had so much fun. We did a spa day. We in the boy said they were going to go on the qur'an ride right. I remember they never went right right. We did that. That was long when i wrote cold water. I don't know. I didn't mean to write colt. I really don't remember we. We were leaving mexico. You got a mishap bear right so multiple mishaps eric's wallet to okay so we went all right. The whole thing was at eighteen in mexico. You can drink so we wanted them to have a great time and celebrate. Well he was closely. We wanted them to celebrate their high school. Graduation half of the school is going to dominican republic and we weren't really keen on Celebrating with those people So anyway we'll just leave it at that so we're like all right. We're going to do something special for the boys so we went and we booked this vacation. We got two rooms right. Yeah and it was there. It was their graduation trip. So we're like all right. Well i had. We'd already been there so we knew how much fun it was because we went there with my parents and we went there alone before i think. Oh maybe we went there once before. We've been there three or four times out like all right. We're going to go take them to a club which was split route squid role famous clubs on nine. Oh two one. Oh yeah or one of the things yup. So it's it's kabo saint-luc san lucas and we're ask quit row. The boys are having a blast. And you know eric. He's out there dancing. Having a great time some girl grinding up on him. we're watching which just me dad and eileen thereby way the age fourteen. I don't know how we got you in because we went for dinner and then you just stay and they don't ask anything. I was crazy. That was crazy so then doing that. And all of a sudden. The like eric pizarro eric pizarro over the dj saying and dad's i go. Eric must've won something all excited. So we go up to the deejay booth and they're like we have your wallet his wallet and then all of a sudden we look at the wallet we get the wallet it's empty. Somebody took all his stuff out of his wallet his money so that was really upsetting than me and went up to the girl thinking that maybe she did it which was even worse That was pretty funny. And then i know you don't wanna talk about it but can we please talk about it. So you're shark attack. Oh my gosh we yes. It's hilarious so then we go swimming and we're having a great time changing pools going from one upper pool to like the pool by the beach and we were walking meal and eileen right towards dad and dad turns around and looks at me. He's like what the hell had a white cover up over my bathing suit. And of course the worst thing happens. That could happen to a girl. And i didn't realize and i looked like i had gotten bit by a shark. Let's put it like that. Pulled it shark attack. Yes we'll just leave it at that. We don't have too much detail from there but you could imagine. That was very funny. Oh yeah it was great good memory. It was a good memory right because anytime we referenced shark attack. We all know what that means. Yeah exactly and then And then i wanted to go god. I just remembered what the cold water meant. We went on the boat like the snorkeling bo remember. Was it snorkeling bowl party bobo. We could jump often snorkel but it was just after hurricane and the.
"pizarro" Discussed on Mommy & Me Not PG
"Hey everyone welcome to mommy and me not. Pg i'm victoria and i'm leslie and we are back again for another week. Yes it's one week until now two weeks till you move out. Yes but i'll be ready gone or no timer. One here is. I'll be leaving in like five days. Yeah by the time this is posted but Yeah so this week is kind of like. You're going to have our chil- week and relax and start packing next week and getting things ready because you get your key on the tuesday after. But then i got home. We're just hanging out end. Eric texted us saying that There was a problem with this phone was sure was so we had to authorize rising to fix it and all the scramble scramble of trying to get them to take care of it and then once it was fixed. He's like i have to tell you something. And i'm like oh my god when i hear that i thought you don't even wanna know what i actually thought went through my head. I have some exciting news to tell you. I was so nervous on what it really was. But it was that he's actually coming into eastern pa which isn't far from us for the weekend because he used to be in a series and they're filming and they've been filming and he's you know since he's moved he's on the series but they've been asking him to come back in they offered to fly him in and he's like an really love. If you guys come see me. So i was like oh my god absolutely will figure out a way to do this so we scrambled two days before basically or three days before we went and i found a hotel so that we can go down there and at least be there for whenever he is available and be able to spend time and even if it's at night when he you know is done filming or go to bed or getting dinner or something so super exciting. It's like our overnight mini vacation. Yes which we used to do all the time. Yes yeah we've been. We've we started off. We did do like little. We did a disney type thing and we would go to like hershey park or sesame place and things like that. That wore out really really quickly. Yep and i don't even remember it first of all your little. They weren't memories. I mean there. Were you a little. So that's why you didn't remember. But i definitely wanted You could have left me behind. I wouldn't even have known yet. But i wanted to kind of like find a way to include you in what was like an adult vacation selling. Yeah because data. I had done our own thing and we enjoyed it so i was like all right. Well we're going to do something adult like kind of like a island or something and bring the kids so the first vacation i think was mexico and it was Riviera maya so he decided. Well you guys are young. But it'll be. They had a kids club. Things like that and we're like all right we'll do a vacation and bring them along and do you remember how old you toria. No i do remember that right. You must you have your years messed up. I was old. No you were nine. Eight seven yes. And i have here that the first time we went to mexico was a grandma and grandpa in two thousand eight so i was seven i think or that or the yeah right before that we did our own trip to mexico. I think i could be wrong so somewhere in there. Okay so first trip was mexico. We went out to many first trip through mexico. Yeah really yeah. We went to Riviera maya and we stayed in a hotel that had a kids club and all that and it was an island. I mean it was a beach resort and That was a lot of fun but every we go on. I think that's where we have a mishap evocation. Yes but we went to puerto rico sometime the first time. Oh we take you to play. That was either. We really have to figure out a way to documental. I've tried and i'm very unsure. I have what here. Twelve years of vacation and i guess i meant i miss them. I know that that's insane. That you guys have gotten to go on so many vacation. Yes i feel right. We did mexico. We did revere emmy sorry. we do. Puerto rico rare. Maya where we had a great time and But when we first got to the room we had a balcony and then we all were so excited because it had view the oceans we walked out onto the balcony and was one of those balconies at the door slam. closes behind you unlock. Yes or somehow we were locked out of our room stuck on the balcony and back. There were no cellphones phones. You'd think we had cell phones but we didn't have like we go now and we connect to wi fi and we call or whatever it was flip phones. Okay and. I don't even know up foreign country at that time. It costing a fortune stuck on this balcony. We to scream down to everybody right and you try to get somebody to help us to get the door open. But that was like the worst of the mishap on that one but the rest of the time was great. Yes so we went to. Yeah and in two thousand nine. I remember this very vividly so he went to mexico with my cousin. David and or your cousin but my second cousin What i remember from this occasion is i. I like to talk. And i was talking too much for his liking on the plane so he told me that they didn't stop talking. He was going to throw up on me. But i remember that and that was for his high school graduates. Yeah he had graduate he had just graduated high school. We're going on vacation. And i was like would you like to come. I didn't know that i thought he older. Now he was face cool cadre and then he sounds. What was it a college graduate. What you is when he was in high school in two thousand nine do the map. Well he'll answer who i'm circle comet Then i also remember he rubs sand on my face to get rid of the sunburn. That ready wonder if he's still believes in that remedy he he has a well. He's been rubbing things on your face quite a while because when he was babysitting you when you were little this was so cute your face was completely dirty and from eating and he took a sponge face also. That's funny. Yeah well thank you. David and then from there i included i include cases that are in the states because sometimes those are even more fun but in two thousand and ten..
"pizarro" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
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"pizarro" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
"I'm recording this little intro on the twenty seventh of September twenty twenty and what's a week for hospitality? Whilst it was still pretty awful for many I was also getting some good feedback recently from people with regards to July and August trade and even September for some was off to a reasonably decent stop obviously not for the late night economy but many general bars and restaurants I was chance to and certainly some of the hotels having some glimmers of positivity often a torrid twenty twenty. So fraud and then out of the Blue Boris is on the tallied, telling us to stop serving counters and to close by ten PM. What has become apparent is the government had absolutely no idea of the disproportionate impact. This would have on our sector at first somewhat stunned. I think many of us scrambled around trying to find the reasons why ten PM? Why only seeing down just what was happening out there? Have we missed something, but it transpires is none the government's owns statistics show that we have almost the? Lowest transmission rate in the country, less than five percent two weeks ago and less than three percent last week, care homes, education workplaces, all massively more responsible than us for Kobe transmission and that's incredible and something we should be very proud of as sector when you think of the millions of people that we serve since reopening in July many more than would have visited schools or care. Here our transmission rates tiny and that is testament to the investment that we've made MPP and training systems and processes and risk assessments, and fundamentally just knowing how to look after people well, and safely because it is in our DNA, I'm stunned that the government can click its fingers and cause such chaos in lives and our businesses. If you're planning a romantic weekend away that could easily. Cost you two hundred and fifty quid and night for a nice. Oh, tyler couple of hundred quid for a couple of Nice meals and some nice winds. Would you really bother in the moment knowing the restaurant is going to close send you up to bed at ten PM and for Walt possible reason you're staying in the hotel anyway and you'll be down for breakfast the following morning. And the restaurant world obviously losing the opportunity to turn tables and properly look after two sittings has a huge financial implication. But in many ways worse is to look across your restaurant at all the happy customers enjoying a nice evening out in a safe regulated environment who was spending good money with us, and then having to interrupt their relaxed enjoyment by telling them, they have to drink up at nine, forty, five pm and beyond the street by ten pm so that we can lock the doors for reasons that we cannot fathom. It is just not hospitality or in our nature to do so. The impact on my own seafront restaurant this week where we had turned one entire floor annotate cow over to counter service with space spread out on the terrace, the promenade and the beach was farcical. We took a well-managed safe system that we developed over the past two months to be running beautifully and turned on its head and caused chaos with forty eight hours. Notice there is no way that with my team now having to come out from behind counters and one two three people taking orders and delivering food and drink. That is it has improved safety histon quite the opposite whilst adding significantly to cost it is bonkers. Anyway I could list dozens of reasons why this makes no sense. But if you work in the hospitality sector, you've probably had a shitty enough week. So let's speak to an awesome human being to make us all feel better and today I am chatting to Jose Pizarro, an utter gentleman and super warm and impressive Spanish hospitality legend Jose and I recorded this remotely a few weeks ago and I really wish gone to actually sit with him in his restaurant since he uses hospitalized how of every port He's famous for is three London restaurants and championing of Spanish produce for many decades. Jose touches on his books and his extensive travels through Spain and just how much he loves meeting other great humans and ensuring that their recipes recorded an handed onto the next generations which about his upbringing and some lovely memories about the smell of coffee and. From his mom in the kitchen, who is now eighty seven years of age and still going strong we talk about food culture in Spain and the UK, and how we can try and improve our connection to food. Particularly when you think of things like childhood obesity in this country and I also find out the Jose's Middle Name is Manuel and with the restaurant already called Jose one call Pizarro and one called Jose Pizarro I one think it's time he used his middle name for the next one. I really really hope you enjoy our chat and as always if you can just spare a minute, could you please pick up the device you are listening on and find the review section hit five stars and subscribe and if I'm not pushing my luck too much leave a few words. It really helps me out and encourages wonderful guest to say yes to becoming on the podcast when I get in touch that's a win win since we both get to hear great interviews with great humans chase. Okay Jose Pizarro. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast this morning hugely appreciate it. Can you just explain to me and everybody listening Jose wearing the world all you? Now. Being history. South of the river. Talk. Sitting here. In the video wrong on now. Coffee on some looking forward to to chat with you. Extra perfect. So you've. Read News now very much in central London but you've also got your pub- The swamping A in Asia. So a little bit further out of town half they all reopened post pandemic goals hypotheses pandemic stay in. House trade since he reopened. We open one and up. We'll before tonight and then the next one in open. Israel, the after DRAINING BEING INTERESTING Not Too bad. I do not great either. But the thing from the government the out to out being really really good for us really the thrust. Lackey might dismissed three than on INA see the Seattle area very very. Local on them while they the. And he's a little bit more talent but the won't here locales be looking after me anyway I say. That's good. Yeah. Trading interest- interesting as you going Jim. Time toward Har- and look for. New Challenge, not new challenges to just go through this..
La Casa Matusita
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, de la Vega at us. But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, but unseen forces, tortured cries and flying objects. A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. Qasim to see to. The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. When he realized his children would never forgive him. He killed them as well before taking his own life. There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, two. The idea of an East Asian, immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. America. The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. Dare. VASA. Knew they were coming for her? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? They resented the fact that she lived alone. She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. She expected their protection and return, but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. She tried not to blame them. Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. Some said, they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, her neighbors called it magic. Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
"pizarro" Discussed on ExtraTime
"So busy opportunity. For me though in this match is still about Pizarro just think. He. When they've looked bad, he's looked good when they've looked good he's looked great. He has been good for them. Consistently throughout And there are some questions around him and whether he was the right signing when he came into mls but he is he is he's been more involved in like on the end of things in.
"pizarro" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"And I didn't really realize it. you know and then I. I really started getting more serious about it. I would say. Dude around like two thousand. Six. On six. Because, then you know like the. Was it like like. Doing dark lower stuff like that for a year. Yeah like dude. Yeah Man, but I remember though like the the the city for me was countless California. Here GERNA battle right. All Go. This is different man like I. I drink like. Jewel like? House crashing nutty. Nutty like. A special Bam. You know, get the. Yeah, but now like you know like my brand were. In under had a little bit more money, so they're buying more expensive things. I was still not that not that person, but yeah I got three last matter. What I wanted to close it down, but I'm just feel compelled for more questions I apologize. What what's what's it like a beer venture that you would love to have like, or where would you? Guess twofold beer venture. Where would you like to go and experience? Beers, they're also. Where would you like to go? Just selfishly travel union, wife and kids are at a location because you've traveled quite a bit, you know. With with your work and stuff and I know that like I said traveling possessive life for me. I've drifting allowed me to see the world as well as then parlaying that in a motorsports. If it's Mad Mike on New Zealand Australia Thailand Malaysia Indonesia all over. Beer Venture, and then where would you like to travel and enjoy with your family? So? It's not like beer ads venture venture like I'm creating a cool witty thing a beer venture. Making a new TLC show business venture. I. would. I WOULD WANNA do like a a Southeast Asia trip. You don't like or Asia. Right has been going up. You know like you know from what I've seen and limited for the crap out there. So I would love to get out there and then I was invited to Brazil. So I do plan on match for sure sick You know whenever? Whenever this all when it clears up when the Petri Dishes Kim. And then you know travel, wise you know just like you like probably one of the most memorable ships I've ever had with with my family. We weren't Australia to visiting my wife's down. and we were there. You know for a little bit over week and great time. We gotta go back there, but I would love to take the family. you know on an extended vacation? You know throughout Europe. Feel like Kind of history there and we actually were going to do that. 'cause it's you know our ten year anniversary of my wife and I. Ever.
"pizarro" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Control of the. Do do unreal. The feeling is I really. Think that things like J. Lo plus Lizzo that back end comes around man that thing that thinks. That manual GT three. That thing will come right around and just show right in your face like Jamaican dancehall dancer. Right. Birth nine. Oh Dude. So? Cars cars is just an integral part of of your being and I. I really admittedly don't see a lot of that overlap. And maybe it's similar to me. It's like. People. Know me as announcer right, but they know me as a beer guy, but there really isn't like a ton of overlap I'm not wearing like cargo stuff like right now. I'm wearing a padres hat and my buddy ray mop day like P shirt like tied I like I'm coming. I'm coming at a Cova D- corn, times and I'm going to be more hippy dippy than ever man like I'm listening to more grateful, dead and dead and Co than I ever did in my life and. It's great man. No I like. Yeah, you don't see it. A lot of people don't even know that I'm in the car. Right like it's not obvious. Right like I'm not. yeah, I'm not. It's not obvious I mean a lot of people don't know that I'm in the beer either right like it depends. It depends on where we you know all these all these you know different niches right you, you know me and every single one for I much fat, which is crazy. You're one of the. From therapy site so a night when when you see right like you're at the. Audio side and I roller. Wet But I'm there for the sex grade, and and it's Kinda like. The you know like so you get it, but a lot of people, don't they? You know like when I'm with my tech clients right, and then we roll up to a to have beers and the like. You know aging. Is that s gave garlic? Do. Those guys are staring kind of weird like hey, excuse myself and this is true. Story Issues Myself. you know I'm wearing. My one of our clients nvidia when reporters and I go to the bathroom, and then he comes by, he goes. Hey, man like that guy, said you like. The game in crafts here. I said what? Do you, you know so then. Throw cut you. Wanted to meet you like. Don't think like what's like. Knock man, you guys. Do! Gordon be really rare the Gordon Beer. You gotta bring this up Todd. No but then I shared I, shared the beer with right. Here My. Dear he's I i. don't think well. You gotTA. Try this. And tried Bokke and actually was. Purple Label Walking. And He was like this is not only God this is like. The best thing put in my mouth like amazing. Martha. Is like well. You know you gotta think John Dairy, and you might make good products I'm just you know to collaborator I'm the producer together. he's like Oh. My God is the one that I think you're you're great. You know. I think man I haven't been you know to me. I haven't done much people were. Say Thank you. figure out what they're thinking or right right I just. I'm just living. Super Thankful Reform blessed by the. People in my life. It's. Know sometimes sometimes, my podcast starts to go down like a gear. Vero like Oh. Man, you are who you surround yourself with you know. Take the take the L. It's all that stuff. It is it is an interesting thing, but some people live breathe. I mean we're blessed to have the impressions and the people that do surround us as well as the experiences because I believe that traveling and food is executive life, and if you do that with loved ones, it's amazing like. Going Into Zealand my family last December was incredible that I'll never forget that that might be if I die right now is best for pepper like absolutely incredible So yeah, the our relationship is unique, because like you said analogously speaking, I always say that people have different memberships right you don't you know you join a gym or whatever? But you and I have different memberships in different clubs are similar clubs a lot we share a lot of same memberships is what I'm trying to get. Married Club, we're in the kids club wearing the OH. Like cars club Oh, we like beer club. Oh we like fashion. Oh, we like sneakers. Oh, we like tech stuff only so and you and you see you can't go and pull the membership card of. You can't talk too long. Kids with somebody that doesn't have kids or they don't have a dog if they might like cats and he pulled the DOT card now dog year out like no pun intended. Or like hair like beer that like I really don't like beer, and you can't really force. It ought and be like if you're willing willing to let you into this club. If you're down, so you and I are in a lot of the same clubs. Where like show me your car it's. You know like there's a lot of cards and anybody and they could be basic bitches, but like they could still be the base of bits club and you're like. I hate on people like that's. That's okay to be basic to. You. Know what I mean. Drank drank your white cloth, and it's okay, and I love a white clothing. All the Claude doesn't matter because supposedly, there's no loss. It speaks to who you are. Now I didn't even know. Maybe we talked about it because again. A few libations in at wake fest. Cova, times, quarantine racing simulators, hot button was the simulator concept that you just alluded to on the front end of this happening when we spoke at wake festers this something new because of times. Not Very aware. I've been trying to fully together. Actually originally, it was It was It was I mean it's been. It's been works for a while in video corporate project that you've been curated because we're not going. To. Have a written simulator right older needs to be updated you know I built it or had it built way back and then actually the first reason is with the same brand the same company they built a three D. relationship. Like me are or three D literally three reading. Way Back and I. Know it here. But like They built that one for me. Full hydraulics, everything and then you got more of a static one. Just get updated graphics. I could say that of course, but then then I needed a new one and I was talking to mark Arsenal right and he was like. Oh Man I wanNA. I WANNA. Make some simulators that were. Now's like our farmers. But like Sounds like Oh do. You! Know like I know you know all this right game teas and the setup and whatnot. Yes, so, what do you think and if I started talking to you? Do like it. Just like time like I didn't really have any because I was doing Jitsu you know for Marco I did hold Combat Life Sports Program for listening like you'll. Let's do it man. Recently. So I on the years, and I was building it out, and then he just never. So I still wanted to update my system right but then you know technology, it rams so bad. It's like literally man like. Every six months is a new thing or whatever and then I just never get the. Alignment man on the.
"pizarro" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Because I don't like south. Island there you go, and so it's similar thing right, so that's how I found this. Intricate this passionate develop on your because like I, WanNa make for that I like is completely selfish, but you get it right now. I I absolutely get your pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, and you're able and willing to make mistakes, and that's something that education comes from like that ability to humble yourself and say like I. Don't know this, but let's learn, and let's make mistakes and let's. See what happens, and then sometimes you catch whale. Sometimes you catch guppy. You you you literally. And that's where you're pulling from the strengths of of John and his know how because John, Wakefield as you're really good friends with them. You told me about him. You're like yeah, this is gonNA. Blow up! He's one of the best home brewers going to open his own spot. This is back in the day like before he had anything and I was like all right cool, whatever you know, and and you knew and fortunately you did you gifted me? Let's backtrack that again. We're going. We're like like a big like overarching, but I hope I hope anybody that's into beer. Listen to this kind of applies this ideology. You're just even a Smidgen, just a smidgen. Coating big PAPI big PAPI. SNL skit. They apply this to their brewery, but. I was going to ask and what I was thinking of is, are you? Are you more of a marketer? Are you more of a fan? Are you more of an artiste are like why? Why is life lab or I'm going to kind of maybe answer for you. Are you a? Are you a conductor? Yeah! I would say like you know Before I was. I was interviewed recently, and then they called me a producers right so That's what that's what they call me as a producer and I was like man I. Actually, that's what I am pretty. Because in the end, there's a result. Listen produce to me. Does kind of corral? And bringing together. solitaire producer. So what I was GonNa say there, and and had to get that off my chest, because of just where my mind was going in racing. Because because you have your hands in so many different facets of even your own brand, and what you do it on video and everything. You, you gifted me one time a box of fifty nine fifty from truckee California all of the Bourbon barrel aged bought. Do you remember this? Oh crust him like again. Yeah that was that was shoot. That was almost ten years now like seven years ago, probably ten years ago. Yeah it was a while ago, but you give them to me. You're like I. Got to get rid of this beer and you sent me the whole flight. It was like four roses, the like this. That like it was amazing it was. Yeah foldable. Fear. You're ever. Dude. I like your my I'm GonNa. Call my boy robot right now. He just does drain pours. He's like I don't like I call them. Do other people go them? Drain pours or do we come up with that? Okay? Yeah, just drained pours for days I'm like the garbage disposal like I. Am I'm a pirate like all drink? Whatever like not like everything's good, but I'm like dude. That's just wasteful like I. Come from like the like. I'm not like the gluttonous kid. I looked like I. Eat a lot. Actually just drink more than eat, but. Yes so you? You came out ironically enough in beer world now heavily you found out. You're allergic to beer and like because I know a lot a lot. A lot of Asians do suffer from like the rosy cheeks and all that stuff. But there was one point where it was really bad, but it was more of your gut. How did you how how'd you come back from the dark side? So, I'm GONNA drink and I. Don't drink offering nothing and and most people drink with me. They know that I usually just tastes fears like I. Enjoyed Beer I used to. Like a time that I won't over two hundred pounds now walk around one eight years. But and that's just like. Beer right, but you know I'll have to the beer you know, try really. Enjoy and if I'M GONNA, enjoy it then I'll get four, and that's what most people only four. And that's why also shared beer right 'cause I. Don't WanNa waste this good beer. Right on share sharing with everybody but I think an enzyme so basically where I'm allergic to is Lt, it's it's a protein. That's a result of the. Process? And that's like in everything going on. I mean like it. Prevents Kimchi Oh yeah. I mean even cheeses, a really bad like dude like. You'll get back with me, but I think an enzyme and you know, and you know as long as I'm responsible which? Yeah, you know I'll be fine. To the beer festivals all. I'll pop the enzyme right before the festival starts, and then you know most people know now, so they don't. They don't offer beer in the less I asked him you know, and you can get last time I saw your cranking the Bourbon I. Think it was. Yeah Yeah, and that's fine. That's fine because. There's no protein in that. The process. which is also. Buying. So, what's what's what's next for for life lab in the beer world like just flipping on its head. Because let's be honest. You physical space. Regardless of of you know US talking back and wake fast. What's what's the next move for you? What's your? What's your kind of moving moving chess pieces around? You, know I'm still I'm still trying to establish the contract. Sign of life lab for a contractor and I'll be contracting location, but local San Diego Area the plan right now. that that location contracts to open this summer. but you know my status as a contract. Isn't final yet. Because I'm not going to be there grew right, so I will a staff. you know I've been talking to people who see people interested I. Just WanNa. Make sure that biding with the guy. Or Girl I WANNA. Say The guy. Were you know because it could be some greatest Melbourne out there? Yeah, yeah, there's an amazing talent You know I actually like it'll be. It'd be awesome if I could find the rights you know to work with you know. My thing is that they have to be. Open to. You know my The direction of life that right which is collaboration grant I mean. Everybody is I feel like. I feel like right now to like in in crappier. COLLAB- for the of collaborating. Just collecting right. As the reason why I haven't coined a lot. Every claverie. She's beautiful, but I make that point because you know. I want people who just have a passion drives to.
"pizarro" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Some amazing vehicles. Look them up at J. Pico, but that vehicle it was on the cover of what Mac. Modified. R.I.P. That the thunderbirds right now. Back to? US You live in San Diego. What I call home or just North County San, Diego but Powell California where I'm from. We're GONNA jump around here. What I can recall as US meeting at Formula Drift at cinema, maybe previous to that because we have a mutual friend mark arsenal of fat of illest. I was I, was blogging on there quite a bit that was even before I was blogging on there, but just immediate you immediately I saw that you have a you have a a refine taste you you like you like nice things refine things, but also your your knack refinement is I think what really kind of drew attention from me to you and I think that's carried over into your obviously your professional work, we'll get into that and what you do in the tech world, and then into now the beer world applying. Your affinity for all things fine, if it's Tiffany, blue color, way or the matte black, or that's a green detail, the bronze with this the. From, bringing that that function as fashion and aesthetic of different world into beer is pretty important, because you have to give a shit in anything that you do and we had kind of a conversation after quite a few beers, you me and your wife about giving right, and you see those that do, and there's some that just don't but I really like the attention to detail that you've. You've applied to many different facets in your life and watching from a distance. From thousand feet away or just meeting face EARN. More of a statement than a question, but and it's tough to respond to that, but. Yeah I mean. Let's just jump into it life lab. It's your most recent project, but it's it's primarily beer related, but you're doing this whole kind of mission with with beer and friends, and it's really intelligent. I mean if you could break down what life lab is! So. I had a conversation earlier with another good friend of Mine ROB on a Miami. and yeah, actually and everybody's been asking me lately. Because I've been starting kind of push it. Plug it, but it's my personal creative. Right and it's now going into a brand. obviously be lifestyle related. Just because there's you know it's, it's it's definitely. inspired by my passions and interests. Right but more so when I want to expose the infinite possibilities through collaboration with France right That's really what it is going to be collaborating with some of meeting. People who happen to be friends like requisite to producing anything together under the life lab. Brand you know we've got to be friends and you know. I kinda spoke on that. Also you know why haven't done so many beer collapse It's not because opportunities aren't there. It's mainly because I'm trying to foster relationships with these people they that we can create something beautiful. I mean the most The most recent beer collab- that I did you know well most when they came out with was. With John An, existing collaboration with me, John Derek Mocks Brewing and Mike at Motion Coffee. all amazing people extremely talented right? I'm extremely thankful for them. Allowing me to you know you their talent right to produce something great. but The the one that I talk about whereas petite, which was a little soul with monitoring and I. Matt mean right now is just. Like his beers as well, they'll just on fire I mean also great i. t's great style, just everything but I wanted to create something with Matt. We've been trying to figure out how to work together for a long time but he's family man. I mean mostly you. They're not GONNA friend right? I would assume just like. We, all say that. you know like There are a lot of other breweries do that. You know I I built relationships with You Know I. Don't have who issues with everything personnel to Berea. Eventually it ends up that way because each other so much but owners that I will be doing collaborations with you know once. Everything shakes out right now this whole thing. Yeah, there's there's definitely some extremely strong relationship you see them right I. mean everybody knows. Everybody knows coming down down the pipe in the beyond the side of life. But I. Just you know I gotta say that. Rather than just GonNa Bearman because I've got some a maiden people in my life. And They all do different things. Man I mean what Am. Most excited about is actually the reason she later then I'm going to be. Putting together with? Real right so. Yeah now I'm super excited about that You know it's GonNa Start on the tech side right so I'm in the field and that's always is actually ship I. but yeah, that recently is going to be so. you know obviously in video gps base because that's where I work. but then you know you collaborating with hoop so fast system integrator forgave. He's like the fear I would say the singer A. Gaming PC this guy brand. Is also great relationship with the VP of.
"pizarro" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Hello, everybody, and welcome to because everybody enjoys roadrunners a beer with Deanna. Yeah, YOU'RE GONNA. Have a beer. Maybe you just drink some water, but it's better if you have beer or some alcoholic beverages, because it's going to loosen things up, we need to be a lot looser and my beer. Beer Beer. Beer drinking and that might be a few because. Technically this is my first podcast with somebody beer related, and I love this do this. Do not only makes fantastic beer, but has built brand comes from the tech world, but also has built some amazing vehicles that very envious of and he probably regrets even selling so our guest. Today is somebody that I truly love I saw most recently in Gosh what. What was that February of two thousand twenty wake fast, which is an incredible beer festival down in Miami and great weather. We scored had some great beer. Some great hangs with Mr. Wakefield himself and this gentleman again just WanNa to find out his story and why beer? Why from the bay area now living in San Diego? which is what I call home. Home I left my heart, not only in San Diego but also was born in the bay area, so we have a lot of commonality a lot, a lot of similar attributes to our lives, automotive beer family travel, loving life, doing things trying to stay in shape while crush on a lot of beers, which we know is a major struggle speaking of trying to stay in shape. We're calling in live from San Diego where he's putting his own home together right now. He shaved his head. He looks like the taxi driver, but he has a flex behind him. He's got a Porsche city and that's one of my favorite. Yeah, no, it's okay. I'm just going to call you out right now weird flex. That's not even his own gym equipment. He's putting the gym together. He just wanted to show off his porsche outside. Japan. I'm joking. We'll bring them in. You can't bet himself yet because nobody knows who you are, can't you gotTa shut up? His name is Jay Pizzo Aka. Jason Pizarro Jason. I know you under. Show me your Porsche I get it. It's cool. Though, but you're at a loss for words. Yeah I can't defend myself. I wasn't trying to break. With a whip like that, it's it's hard not to, but I i. always talk about like who is the talk with Coal Sealy Coal Celia had here in the podcast and he's A. Former supercross competitor. Hung up his helmet supercross world still rides, but he hasn't are thirty to thirty two again. We'll to a car guy thing here, but he loves that skyline, but that is such a that is such a Broa- car because you have. What you have is the GT three. Rs. Sorry, sorry, my bad, my bad. And I love your car. Gtri's is like one of my dream cars. It's the search for higher education. That's like the third time. I've referenced that. Remember the poster that all the cars in the garage the GT three R S is in that poster lineup, but I say that because the IRS and the Arthur D. to our broker meaning that girls. You know if you're a single guy, those aren't ones that are going to pull the girls over unless you have a puppy, but they're super brokers. It's like wearing a dopey watch like a petite fleet. Right so only grows of you like dude. Bro! That's a car, but if you're trying to pull girls since get a lambeau get. Not a skyline are thirty two. Hundred, hundred percent I'm getting a lot of. Do, but no not. Definitely not chicks so Jason Yours Mine's relationship started back in the day. trying to think where we met I know distinctively. I was sweating. Your car you at a gas. Let's just leave it at a GS The, Aristo right Alexis was it. To you year, was it? Worth two thousand okay. The matlock. Matlock okay so. two thousand Matte Black Jesus, did you? You put a ellison eventually right? Voter. So ls. Lexus Aristo slash right Matte. Black Takata Green Tea thirty sevens. Yeah, I should damn. Did did one. You regret on that car to? Did you make on that car? I I do regret that car. One hundred percent of, but I sold it to a really good friend of mine that Promised you would never sell it I'm going back to me if I wanted to. wanted to buy it back and I! You know I, told him that I didn't want to buy back, you know. Joy Right and then he recently bought you another friend okay. So in the family, and and that and that guy and so Lucas, actually he's. He's bringing it back to light and he's you know. He's GonNa. Make even better and like when it was done. Man Like, let's go driving. Driving. The car, and but I did not make money. No, I did not make. And, we're the record. This'll be I, mean. It was a deal. I basically sold the car for the price of the suspension. Like Joe 'cause. I had all idea. Formula Arms Yeah. I had I forget what can. Get on? The. Verge Sats Rouser Casey I wanted at the time by ran over decks. But Yeah, man I miss that card hundred. So if you're listening to this and you're a car guy, and obviously you know who I am in Jason Pizarro. He's built.
Boston - Parents Shocked After Medfield Barber Charged With Indecent Assault, Rape
"Parents in midfield shocked after a popular local barber is charged with indecent assault and rape just Irvine's barber's salon on main street in midfield remains open but the name on the awning and every side of the door washed offer taped over now leaving it is just blank barber salon the shop's owner is thirty eight year old urban Pizarro of Oxbridge arrested last month charged with four counts of indecent assault and battery on an intellectually disabled person and one count of rape court documents show the recent arrest was not the sorrows
Jurgen Locadia on Cincy transfer
"Let's get into the big news today. You saw him arrive at the airport in Cincinnati Yorgen Locadia. He is on loan as designated player for six months. Then it's a two and a half year deal tacked onto the back of it. The option basically weekly for since he to make it permanent is one of many loans for designated players including the sounders recent DP signing come through major league soccer right now a little bit of a trend. I'd like to know more about that. Perhaps ask somebody or somebody will report it looking at you. Tom bogaerts substantial poyton. Oreo that would be nice out and Tom in that. I figured you know for people out we might as well. Yeah you know. What's motivating era? I taught management is exactly they still have a deep part do Cincinnati because he's moving into a new season. He is exempt from from the fee for maximum. Three club rule because he was at Brighton. Hove and then. He went on on the half and then he scored four goals in twelve games. We didn't really play after the winter break and now he is is coming this way but they allow it because it is a new season for him twenty six. He was a twenty million dollar player two years ago this time from PSV quick reactions actions before we chat with you again. What do you think this is different? This is not Cincinnati of of yesteryear. These are different profile of players. Both him in Kubo and rumors were Pereiro. And they're linked with Moore. They now feel to. DP's at this. They told you right Nike told you it was GonNa Be Three D. Peas right. He said they will get a ten okay in this window now whether it's a right now with Moroccan player. WHO's out of contract here? But yeah now be a DP. Yeah so I uh I don't think they can play an actual ten in that midfield to be honest with you. I don't I don't think you could play a true Tan and Harrison's union together in the same three man midfield you need to ball-winners like get creative by you create scoring chances by winning the ball and transition and quickly and by relying on your wingers and ability to release wingers into space but anyway As for Locadia does feel a little bit like Joseph Martinez is in that. He's in his prime player. Justice was a little younger when he signed with Atlanta but in in his prime player who was maybe not in the best situation in in a decent club in a top four league the talents. There we see you can just watch his highlight film. You see the now and you look at the numbers he put up with. PSV SV is the type of move that this is why you hire guys like Nike Camp in Ron's because they have the connections to make moves like this and there's a lot of sense and then you mentioned I think the idea like the thought process behind it which feels new and the little. I've seen of him. He likes to drop coffin. Connect a little bit more and Kuba. We know as a guy who's GonNa float in and plans like a second forward really so now you're doubling down with a concept of this is how we play this how we create chances. Says you let those guys work together. You and you may Kubo's life easier. You make his life easier and I agree with you. There seems to be some good upside to the signing. And there's also runway to make it a twenty six years old a guy who hasn't been in good situations if he's happy if he feels comfortable you've got a few years with him and I liked the fact that they brought him in now now and didn't wait the six months for him to finish out the spring and see where he's at in the summer and maybe save a little money on that like get him in preseason make them a part of this team make them apart Ron Yawns Don's group going forward absolutely all right. Let's talk to him. Look there's only one thing better than the March Cincinnati and that's new signings Dave and they that's true. The march is the best thing that happens in Cincinnati. All right. Let's welcome you're welcome to the show you're GonNa what's up man curry. We're doing really well. We're loving what. FC Cincinnati is putting together including when you let's start with the obvious which is why you're Y Cincinnati. Why molest what was behind this decision for you Robin in Austin often. So I love. I love the people here and I know the League is getting bigger lately so what's the simple simple decision from. The Communist was fast moving process. Was this months of sort of build up or did this happen recently. For you Like a week. I guess I heard about it like a week ago. And he'll have happened like in three days days. Maybe so when this happens when the aging agent wherever it is calls you and says FC Cincinnati Major League soccer on your side as a player. What do you do do you go start watching highlights? Do you go start reading. Do you make phone calls to your friends or you hit up you. What are you doing First thing I did was like calling a friend of mine plays Columbus Room. Yeah I called him and buddy say did he have positive things to say. Yeah definitely told me like the people. Good the fine people Ohio's nice and the rhetoric might as well League's getting better every year here. So it's a nice since you signed. Did you guys having a little banter now with the guys are arrivals. I heard what about Columbus Cincinnati arrivals. What was the pitch from the club side from FC? Cincinnati jared nine camp coming in. What did he say to you? What was it that maybe got it over the line of why you want to be part of this project Supply joined. MLS like was he says. Ago Of last season Basically from from the start so I Like the project It's all new for new for the people you know for the fans and and people for the club and I WANNA be a part of it you know to build something new and pre new memories and you know maybe in the League enough and also that's why I you know I wanted to join it's new and it's a great starting to make new memories you know as someone who came up obviously born in Holland and through Holland. How much did it mean to you that it was nine campaign Ron's yawns that are putting this together? Did you know them at all. Before I new on yawns I play the games against him. And all this and You know that's the first time I met Girotti. Are you a centre forward. You're going to attend. I think you're going to wear the number ten but I look at the depth chart and I look at your background and I think they need to centre forward. Where do you think you'll play? Where do you WANNA play I I'm a Senate floor but I like to down the left side also like behind the striker and doesn't matter for me as long I play my games. You know trying to be important for the same. Can you describe what you're for people who haven't seen your highlights watched you play a in the Bundesliga the primarily air disease. Can you describe what type of forward you are like. What is your favorite way to play? In what the fans can expect back from you I'm like a strike like my go directly to go. You know no shortcuts. Just make my action step over and and just shoot on target and I can shoot from distance also
Tpac Amaru executed - September 24, 1572
"The day was September twenty four th fifteen seventy two to pop a motto. The last indigenous indigenous ruler of the INCA was executed inco by the Spanish in fifteen thirty three Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro and his forces was captured and killed Incan emperor to Halwa. He was the last stop by Inca or sovereign emperor believes to be a direct descendant of guides. Though later rulers of the NEO INCA state considered themselves stop Inca after his death the inca empire effectively collapsed Casado and his forces proceeded to march on Cousteau the capital of the INCA empire and occupied the city from there the Spanish continued in their quest to conquer and colonize Peru the Spaniards had cavalry guns swords and steel armor and many Lincoln's sided with them but the anchor who were loyal to the Empire did attempt to resist Spanish colonization originally a puppet ruler installed by Pisarro Manco Inca you panchi rebelled against the Spanish informed his own army. He and his followers were not able to retake cousteau but they did establish a a neo interstate imbue Kabamba a remote region east cousteau. The Neo Inca state functioned as a seat of Resistance Manco and his supporters quarters were not a serious threat to the Spanish but vehicle Bomba was a concern to colonial officials after Marco's rule ended in the NEO INCA state state. He was succeeded by his son siree two bucks then t to cousy you punky then to pot Amaru to park became the Inca ruler after Tito cousy died in fifteen seventy one while t to cousy fortified Bill Kabamba and did not go to cousteau he did eventually relent lent and was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church to Puck Ahmadu though opposed Christianity and Spanish rule churches and Bill Kabamba were destroyed. Spaniards there were killed and the borders were closed but the Spaniards Inco were not aware of the changes in Vilcabamba after a Spanish diplomat returning to Vilcabamba from Kuske was killed the Spaniards justified attacking ink by concluding that they had quote broken broken the inviolate law observed by all nations of the World Regarding Ambassadors Viceroy Francisco Toledo Declared War on Bill Kabamba in fifteen eighteen seventy two when Spanish got to build Kabamba in June. The city was destroyed into pot a motto was gone but Spanish soldiers pursued the the Inca who had fled and captured Tutti sign and wife to pot a modern relativists generals as well as other prisoners and valuable items with the help of a group of indigenous people to a motto and his wife were captured. The captured were sent to cousteau late September. The Spaniards attempted attempted to convert the captives to Christianity to puck maters generals were sentenced to death by hanging after a hurried trial to a motto was was convicted of murder and sentenced to be beheaded. Though many people were short that he was innocent. According to one account to pot a matter was riding a mule mule with his hands tied behind his back on the day of his execution other said that he was surrounded by hundreds of guards with Lances there are several roll reported versions of the speech to Parramatta gave as he prepared to die on the scaffold on September twenty third after he was executed his head was reportedly. He put on a pike along with the heads of his generals. After locals began honoring to Pock Ahmadu at the site of his severed head the Viceroy ordered that his head be burried with his body. The Spanish had colonized Peru in culture and the landward drastically affected by the arrival of the Spanish Europeans. This carried diseases that decimated in populations and culture and religion was imposed upon the remaining Lincoln's.
"pizarro" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Buy a box from every every girl scout asked me, I don't care. Yes. So I'm a girl. I'm pro girl scouts almost supporter. And yet, I never see them. You know, why you don't see him? Pizarro hounding me be following. You must have Vasco. The national news. News this hour for pound whole dot com. I'm rich Thomason. Some of President Trump's congressional allies dismissed as a political stunt house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggestion at the president postponed, the state of the union speech until the partial government shutdown is over alot suicide security concerns, but the A secretary cures to Nielsen says, there'd be no problem, securing the speech. What will the president do? Well, he has several options. There's nothing requiring Mr. Trump to deliver a state of the union speech before a joint session of congress on Capitol Hill if he wanted to he could give remarks from the Oval Office or any location, you could organize alternative event on January twenty ninth or as the house speaker suggested he could give the state of the union in writing. Greg Clugston, the White House what they want your old Georgia man under arrest for allegedly plotting to attack government targets in DC targets, including the White House hasher till he allegedly wanted to use an improvised explosive device and antitank rocket the presidential talk missile defense later today. Details about the missile defense review. The first since twenty ten are expected when President Trump visits. The Pentagon senior officials tell reporters at the new study finds in order to adequately protect the United States. The Pentagon needs to place a layer of sensors into space to more quickly detect track and ultimately defeat incoming missiles, the new strategy is aimed at better defending the US against potential adversaries such as Russia and China who have been developing and fielding a much more expensive range of advanced defensive missiles, including hypersonic weapons that could threaten America and its allies Tim McGuire Washington negotiations plan today and the Los Angeles teachers strike that walkout now in its fourth day stock futures this morning on Wall Street. Dow futures down about ninety six points.
The controversy over 'Kylie Jenner, self-made billionaire,' explained
"Lot too much and vitamins for sale and body brushing and dieting, and the afterlife and crystals. And I swear to God something called psychic vampire repellent, which is a spray -able elixir that uses gem healing to something something bad vibes. Clearly we could all use one. Well, it obviously works because we're empires, Zoe. So my like button this week is. A response pen in the New Yorker by a writer that I admired Shia Tolentino to a couple of different pieces that have emerged in recent weeks that have gotten a lot of backlash including the Kylie Jenner cover of Forbes, in which she is lauded as a quote self made near-billionaire now as well as a piece published in refinery twenty nine th money diary section that originally had the headline. This millennial gets by on twenty five dollars an hour in New York City and neglected to mention the fact that she gets eight hundred dollars a month from her parents, three hundred dollars a month, wired to her from her grandfather and her parents. Yes, pay her rent and her phone Bill and her healthcare, right? So, but I thought that GM's responses was really interesting because she sort of looked at the reasons why we were so incensed by this, and it's not so much that you know these people are, are you know, handed at all. So it's not fair to call them sort of self made or or hard. Workers is that like we've gotten to a point economically where it's conceivable that somebody could be wealthy and still not be wealthy enough to to to have it easy like you can still like the language of struggling is still acceptable to somebody who has say, a trust fund or their parents subsidizing their rent in New York City. And I thought that was a really compelling argument. I also like to point about the fact that all of these stories were about young women. Young women are supposed to show the effort. They're supposed to be likable and they're not supposed to own the fact that they have money and they have privilege. There is a grand tradition of these pieces. When I remember from the nineties in Harper's by Vince Pizarro in which he said, you know, I make a hundred thousand dollars a year in New York City, and I'm still poor because he has four children and that caused a similar kind of like what the fuck, right outrage. And then there was two, two years ago, a piece in the Atlantic by a guy who'd like, you know, had gone into tremendous debt and. It turned out he had a house in the Hamptons, four hundred thousand dollars. And yeah, I mean, I, I, I like Jesus take on it too, but I think the the whole genre is designed to to kind of troll us in precisely this manner. My my like biting this week is a New York Times story about robot waiters in China, which is something of a sensation. There are a lot of restaurants. You can go to now where the robots come out and bring you the food and it doesn't even matter whether the robots work or not, which I think would kind of be important if they're carrying say soup like any spilled on you. But there's this scene in the in the story that is the opening of the global intelligence and world business summit in Shanghai in June. And the idea was that these kind of tech guys and academics, we're going to kick off the conference by controlling this robot with their mind. Donning black headbands that looked like implements of electroshock therapy. The. Seven men and two women on stage were told to envision themselves. Pressing a button. The headbands would transmit their brain activity to the robotic hand sharing the stage, which would then push a button to officially start the conference. A countdown began a camera, put the robotic hand onto a huge screen of the stage. The people on t. onstage seem to concentrate, and then nothing happened. The hand remain motionless. The Ken repent away. All I can think of is they need this at Gwyneth Paltrow's next week. That's it for this week's income centered. I want to thank my colleagues, Maria Aspen, panky, Jim and for the last time. So we had it matters because the world is ending tomorrow and blood moon explosion there is that I also special thanks to Jonathan Leeman and Keach
"pizarro" Discussed on SRSLY
"They did and they have a bit in this they are yes but it's just it's too much though it doesn't explain away and it's more like you know the the way they speak to teachers and stumbling is just so baffling to me it's just the the completely pizarro on acknowledged plot where one of their teaches is relationship with shoot yeah that's just fine that's again the sexual politics of this film are incredibly i think regressive considering this meant to be an outspoken feminist movie about like girls with sex lives and sexual agency the mate one of the main key plot points in this film is that lily is raped posse like literally fully rates and it's a horrible scene and you watch i got raped and then afterwards not one character has the balls to cool that a rape see like they know even her she calls it goals orientated sex and it's like fine i'm happy for a lead character in a movie to get raped and not be able to come to terms with and not be able to speak it like that and not be able to maybe suppressant and brush office just like a regular bod sexual experience which is what the lead character does but none of the other characters reading engage with it it's used as a way to kind of escalate the underlying problems in the movie are ye the the strains within the friendship is used just a catalyst in which to bring out the strains within the friendships but the film fundamentally doesn't have the courage to call its own rapeseed a rape scene and not really this may because again it's having cake and eating it too and this is this is this political stuff is kind of beside the point as to why such bad film because it's a bad film because it has no character no plot no momentum no empathy.
"pizarro" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The night before the meeting auto wolpe and the people closest to him had held a ceremonial dinner celebrating their victory over his half brother it was the sort of celebration that went late into the night and involved heavy consumption of intoxicating beverages but outta wolpe doesn't seem to have been worried about whether he or his attendance would be putting themselves in jeopardy if they arrived to face pizarro still recovering from the revelries of the night before after all he was a divine emperor he expected pizarro to see and acknowledge that fact and that was how he entered markelle carried on a litter and accompanied by about seven thousand retainers no at the head of an armed fighting force once outta wolpe got into kahad markelle on november sixteenth fifteen thirty to a dominican friar named vincent develop verde approached him with an interpreter the friar talked to him about the superiority of the christian deity and delivered a document called the requirement this is a document i drafted early in the sixteenth century which representatives of spain were supposed to read to native peoples which purportedly gave spain the moral religious and legal rights to conquest spain's conquest of the americas was motivated by both religion and search for territory and treasure in the requirement neatly tied both of those ideas together it essentially explained that god had given the americans to spain through saint peter and the pontiff's that followed it allows the person hearing it quote the time that shelby necessary to understand and deliberate upon it before going on to say quote but if you do not do this and maliciously make delayed it i certify to you that with the help of god we shall powerfully enter into your country and she'll make war against you in always and manners that we can and xiao subject you to the yoke and obedience of the church and of their highnesses.