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Fresh update on "potatoes" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "potatoes" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"News time 3 47. There are calls for an investigation after some New Jersey high school teachers allegedly made homophobic remarks during a zoom class. The teachers of Du Mont. Hi. We're caught during a group chat Wednesday, appearing to bash the sexual orientation and lifestyle of one of their coworkers. They allegedly drop the death bomb to expressing disgust to women raising a child. Montemayor Androulla Bruno, calling the comments disturbing, extremely appalling is calling on the school superintendent to look into the matter wins. Use time. 3 48, our Thanksgivings usually a potluck. My mom does a turkey. My sister in law does potatoes..

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‘This is a blessing’: Oakland nonprofit gives Thanksgiving dinners to families in need

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:02 min | 1 d ago

‘This is a blessing’: Oakland nonprofit gives Thanksgiving dinners to families in need

"Of the Oakland City Council teamed up with community groups to provide Thanksgiving dinner to the needy case. CBS's Bob Butler reports They gave away 1000 meals and 100 boxes of fresh produce. Its event started 26 years ago by La Perla reporter Weaken restaurant during the pandemic. There's a lot of families, many, many families that have been impacted due to the pandemic due to Cove. It A lot of food insecurity, a lot of financial instability throughout our whole community, right? And so we wanted to make sure that Oakland families were able to have a Thanksgiving meal with their families and not just that, but to make sure that they stay safe. Council member Shain Towel says they've got turkey mashed potatoes, gravy in vegetables 1000 miles, and that includes for people that are driving up to the parking lot today, a planet fitness and also we did actually drop off delivery of hot mills. You are curbside communities. And so we were able to deliver about 500 hot mills are Kurtz I communities? That's the young House population event was held in the parking lot of kind of fitness, which gave away sports drinks.

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Interview With Prancercise Founder Joanna Rohrback,

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:45 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Prancercise Founder Joanna Rohrback,

"So i wanna start at the beginning to hear your whole story of how this evolved. So let's go back to. If what i read his correct one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. That's when you became a committed exercise devoted. Is that right. yeah. I've been committed exercise to for probably the better part of forty seven years okay. Now i became very fanatic about exercise when i broke up with them. My ex fiance. Who is a dentist. It's all my book. And i felt very liberated and wanted to get into the best shape i ever was. In i customize my own crush fitness program just coincidentally stumbled upon. What would be prancer cise. What i would do is. I'd start out very early in the morning when it's cooling nice and quiet. When i was living on the beach there was an area called. The broad walk on. Hollywood beach was paved walkway. Where many people Is and i would start out with spot exercises with ankle weights and then i would go out and ride the bike with ankle weights on against the wind. And then i would power walk with my headphones on and The whole program was about two and a half hours. What happened was one day. I heard a really good song. I wrote was the walk minute. At the time. I started moving very rhythmically forward in a certain fashion which was to become prancer cise and i enjoyed it so much nyc steam to get an awful lot of attention that i decided. You know. there's something to this so the end of two thousand twelve was a big year. So i read that. You completed a five k. Entirely in prints are size and then on christmas day. Was your big release so talk about. What inspired you to release it then after all these years of working on it. Why christmas day i it. For years i had a health issue. That i basically cured myself up. You know i was bedridden. you know wheelchair-bound kind of and so it took me the better part nine years to of myself. I refuse to do it conventionally. I did it on my own with certain therapeutic nutrition which. I'm very adept at as i healed. I was able to do a little more and more and by the time. Two thousand twelve came around. I got myself back to where i could do five k. and the reason i brought everything out at that point. It was the combination of being excited about being able to move again and exercise again. And could you not be excited when appealed yourself and you have this great program that you know you. We're so passionate about a few months. After her video went live prancer size went viral surprised. At how this is taken off god. I'm flabbergasted i listen shock time youtube joanna was a guest on the today's show dr oz steve harvey. You teach me out. Francis is in place in. If the music's ready i have she was in a john mayer music video and estacio commercial cracks. Let's not yet didn't crack. There were a lot of people that laughed at it and made fun of it and parodies evidence stuff. And how did you deal with that. I mean you know no matter how thick your skin is. I think it's hard not to have your feelings hurt a little bit by some of that stuff. Well it was ending. I took seriously and i was kinda surprised of all these other. You know reactions like you're talking about. But then when. I got to understand the internet better and better and al-tairi motives and agendas people. Have you know it was understandable. I accepted it. You know. I went on and just had fun with it like they were having you know so. It wasn't jumped in that crash near nothing. No not at all along with her exercise routine. Joanna has an eating routine. She is one hundred percent a creature of habit. And it's basically the same thing every single day. Green apples bananas and coconut plus raw calabasas. Crush i make a salad with cabbage. Hickama tuna steamed potatoes healthy mayonnaise. Dark mustard you know black pepper garlic powder cider vinegar. You know with the mother in it. Carrots celery Sweet onions or white

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Astronauts to celebrate Thanksgiving on the International Space Station

Innovation Now

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Astronauts to celebrate Thanksgiving on the International Space Station

"The arrival of nasr's first commercial krill. Seven astronauts will be spending thanksgiving together in space this year during their light schedule for the day crew members will make time for a few video calls to family and maybe even watch a football game or two then the crew will gather for a special holiday meal vaguely recognisable by color. The feast will require reconstituting but after adding a bit of water the packets of green beans potatoes mac and cheese and of course smoked turkey. A remarkably delicious crew members often get creative with their food stuffing a few cookie. Bits into a pouch of candied. Yams makes a tasty mock pumpkin pie. You can share in the astronauts meal by making nasr's recipe for corn bread pudding yourself but you probably won't have the biggest challenge the astronauts face on thanksgiving day making sure not to let the turkey float away

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Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving dinner cost down 4%

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving dinner cost down 4%

"Every year. Right before thanksgiving. The american farm bureau sends out hundreds of volunteers shoppers into grocery stores all throughout the country. All fifty states their mission to find report the prices of the ingredients that go into a traditional thanksgiving dinner and then the most mouth-watering way possible harris farm bureau chief economist john. Newton listing a bunch of those ingredients. I mean it's your classic thanksgiving dinner so you obviously have the turkey so there check in turkey prices. We've got stuffing sweet. Potatoes brown and serve roles. Cranberries for the cranberry sauce. You're shells your pumpkin pie. Mix whipping cream a gallon of milk. But it goes without saying the prices of these ingredients will be different depending on where you are in the country. Yeah absolutely. I mean a turkey that you buy a whole foods in manhattan is probably going to be more expensive than turkey. You buy a hy-vee in iowa partly because the price of everything is higher in manhattan but also for other economic reasons to john says you also have different supply. Chain costs to get that bird into grocery stores in manhattan for example. It's going to be more expensive to do that. And say Put it in a grocery store in in iowa where you're very close to where turkish approved so john and the crew at the farm bureau do is find the average price of each ingredient across the whole country. Then they add those prices to find the total cost of that classic thanksgiving dinner in every year. John and the farm bureau look at the same ingredients so that they can see just how the cost of thanksgiving dinner has changed through the years. And this is the thirty fifth straight thanksgiving. The farm bureau has conducted the survey. But this is twenty twenty year unlike any other. The couvert pandemic has upended so many parts of our lives and that includes the prices of the foods. We love to eat on thanksgiving today on the show. How and why. The price of thanksgiving has changed. Not just this year though but also through the decades

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Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Down 4%

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Down 4%

"Some good financial news If you're putting together a full turkey day meal for the family, CBS News correspondent least, Preston with Dede American Farm Bureau Federation, says a classic Thanksgiving meal for 10, including a £16, turkey, sweet potatoes, stuffing, rolls, cranberries, veggies and pumpkin pie. Well cause just $4 in 69 cents per person down 20 cents from 2019. A drop in the price for the holiday bird is the main reason why the price of Turkey came into a dollar 21 per pound. That was down 7% from what we saw last year. John Newman from the American Farm Bureau federation, says many grocery stores are pricing turkeys low to get shoppers in the door.

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Golf's Biggest Winners of 2020

GOLF.com Podcast

03:30 min | 4 d ago

Golf's Biggest Winners of 2020

"All right. Sean it has been quite the year. it's not over. I'm not saying it's over. But i am saying we're here to get ahead of all those year end lists of winners losers best of we're tackling it midway through november where we winners this year. Did we win. I'm not confident that we were. There was a moment in the middle of september where you hung out with bryson into shambo after. He warned the. Us open lumberton potato. The me i'm gonna finish that offers a little bit pizza or game. We proceeded to miss a flight about six hours later. Yup and yet we were somehow still able to make it. Torrey pines south and talk to a bunch of the best golfers in the world in the next twenty four hours. Is the drop zone peaked. In twenty twenty. I think we had to peak. Then you the major winner. We go to play the next. Us open course at sunset. We have a great little afternoon at torrey pines. And then we hang out with zander and burger and morikawa and just korda the next day. And so yeah. That's where that's where we won. That's a really strong point. We didn't we didn't get to perform on the course as much as we like to in a typical year. But hey we're we're not really here to bring our golfed the people it's not about us you know who it's about it's about patrick. Reed patch agreed is by far one of the biggest winners of twenty twenty. All right start off years number one winner. Patrick reed defend yourself is one of the biggest losers of twenty nineteen. You'll remember that. He got stuck in some bunker fiasco in december of two thousand nineteen and we thought that it was gonna follow him alone for the entire year is is is swinging. You thought that people are gonna continue yelling at him while he was playing like. They did during his playoff in hawaii. David ferte call him. Captain oblivious which i thought was a great little nickname. Peter costas was telling people. I've seen patrick reed improve his lie in the rough numerous times and yet here we are twenty twenty. And we don't even do anything about this. We joke about it. We don't care about it. Patrick reed one in mexico. He contended i think you can say he contended at the. Us open he missed one cut after the restart. He's a winner this year. Because we don't care about what happened in past. This is where the phrase bigger fish to fry comes in our biggest problems. Man what a great time to be alive. Last december where our biggest worry was patrick. Reed kind of messing around in a waste. Bunker in the bahamas life was pretty good So yeah i mean. I think that that's a pretty fair one because look we just. Don't even talk that much about patrick reed right now. He's sneaky number eleven in the world. He's gonna be back on the us ryder cup team. If he if he keeps up you know his current run and play. He's been damn good.

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A Bulgarian Feast

Travel with Rick Steves

06:13 min | Last week

A Bulgarian Feast

"Let's start today's culinary edition of travel. With rick steves for the sampling of bulgaria's lively food traditions. That's one country where you definitely want to be invited over when he was going to be a feast as a crossroads of dynasties for centuries gary is one of the oldest tenure in it is a proud cuisine based on all of these cultures that have come and gone it. Mir's it's complex demographic makeup end it's fascinating history. You can learn about people through their museums and art and you can also learn about a culture through its kitchen and right. now we're going to is. We're joined by stefan motza jeff and we're gonna talk about book garin cuisine seven. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me here. Ick stephan how does bulgaria's history and it's complex ethnic makeup show itself in your cuisine. It's interesting question because we have always been. At across of civilizations turks greeks mediterranean culture slavic culture and all of these different cultures they reflect in our cuisine. And this is the reason why. Our cuisines has many specifics. Okay so you're gonna take me out to dinner and we're going to demonstrate that. What are some dishes that would illustrate the many different invasions that bulgaria has endured the first and most traditional dishes actually liquid. It's our alcoholic beverage. Here rakiya we start every meal with rakiya typically made of grapes or other fruits while we're waiting for ourselves to come. We hear foley. Our first sakir finished your drink the rookie through the meal. Exactly okay. So the first course would be solid kind of salad may have the most traditional one East coat subsc. Sarut literally means a solid from subscribe region this region our capital cities software. So around sophea. But i find that every meal all across bulgaria the beloved chops ca salad. Yes it's like our traditional south in every single restaurant from the obscure the most upscale restaurants to those in the remote villages. This is a must on the menu. If you are familiar with the greek salads. It'll be something close tomatoes cucumbers onions peppers. The best peppers are not the robust but roasted peppers roasted peppers s and on the top. You put some cheese. Typically countries couches. Yes and increase it a slab cheese. Yes is a slab of jason here. We grated cheese. Stefan when you eat the very best shops ca salad. You've been eating at all your life in connecticut. This is really good. Why is it really good. really good. What distinguishes a chops salad. I this is the cheese. The cheese chase is important and the other thing the peppers. they must be roasted in some restaurants. They don't want to work quite much in the kitchen. So they're all but roasted peppers and cheese. I've catcher this is travel with rick steves. You're talking stephan. Both jeb about garin cuisine. Okay you've had your salad. What comes next after salad. It came to the main course. Our main course. Of course a lot of grilled and barbecued meats kickboxing or give up is means meet crooked and meet bo grilled meat balls so these are minced meat or meat balls stuck on long stick. No no no long six. No no. they're just like pure meet. Maha put on the grill and then put on your plate. What kind of spices. Oh all kinds of spices. Actually the spices that we use of course a lot of parsley a lot of do savory. These are very traditional spices and on top of that. We have one very traditional shot in a soul this mixture of different herbs. This is a sauce. It's not a sauce. It is sort salt. Yeah it's okay. Bold colorful sought and different herbs. So red paprika sage savory everything put together and we dip our breath insight and we just enjoy. That sounds very good. Do you have an influence of greece. Greece's a big culture and and a lot of ways. You have the similar environment in your cuisine. What sort of greek flavor would you find for sure. One of the most traditional meals that bulgarians belief. It is bulgarian. It is the moussaka sexually coming from our southern neighbours from from the greeks but here in our version we add just minced meat and potatoes. We don't at zucchini or eggplant inside. No potatoes mainly towards the potatoes and and the minced meat in greece. Of course they have a lot of these appetizers. You have this way of serving people family style plates yes. It is also very popular in bulgaria. The missouri style intellectually is the same word that we use for that. We have different. Appetizers some Cheese some dry sausages and also different dips. Now i'm remembering some beautiful cold soup kind of a vegetable called supporters that this is called the the atar. It is very traditional bulgarian soup during the summer. It consists of yogurt chopped cucumbers garlic. Do walnuts and a few drops of olive oil on the top sound just beautiful. Yes and it saves us during the hot summer days because it can be quite hot in the summer. Yes that's very possible. You talked about the Grilled peppers in the shop salad. But also i remember when i go to a restaurant. There's a lot of stuffed peppers as part of the main course. Yes stuffed peppers. This could be on the menu of every bulgarian family very traditional one. The most traditional one is to have stuffed pepper with rice and minced meat but also on the other hand we have a stuffed peppers with what which is of course and these are very delicious. Choose sca buick

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

04:18 min | Last week

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Second one that world into foundation as well was the in the graduate level academic scholarship which is a ten thousand dollars. Scholarship awarded annually to A graduate level student. Who's really working to make a difference from a research standpoint potato production and So those are really the two. I'm private primary programs. That are there today Unfortunately for twenty twenty one due to the pandemic we have had to Cancel the leadership program but we are confident that you know as we move forward you'd be able to continue that program and even make stronger hopefully The board of directors currently is looking at opportunities for us to to build on the educational experiences of those people that have gone through the leadership institute and create an alumni network of people Maybe have some sort of a summit annually bringing them together to continue building on those skills that they learned through the institute and again we have talked about the leadership institute. Impasse shows here on the m potatoes podcast. So i'd encourage folks that We're just hearing about it for the first time. We have some great resources on the institute. Just go and scroll through these past. Podcasts shows well but you know we. We look at The holiday season. Mike as a a time of giving helping out others and celebrating e- each other's successes and also giving tuesday that that's going to be coming up here pretty soon. Could you share with our listeners. What giving tuesday is and and how that's going to be benefit the goal and mission as. Well sure so as we looked at the upcoming giving tuesday which in the world of donation season Is one of those times where you know. People really reflect those opportunities to be thankful and give We decided to do something a little bit. Different this year for it instead of sending out of mailing asking people to contribute We're actually hoping to bring the industry together for a fun. Hour of pop culture trivia So on december first from twelve to one Pacific time or three two three to four eastern time We're going to have a an hour of of pulp culture trivia with the a real enthusiastic comedian from california that is gonna give us a chance to change their act to recognize people for their knowledge of pop culture and also to Allow the state organizations in the states to have some friendly rivalry competition. Which is the most knowledgeable in those topic since so You know we certainly anyone that might want to participate and Make a small donation to the foundation to participate in that We're asking for fifty dollars. Donations and people can register for it on the website p. l. e. a. s. dot org are also a lot of shopping is going to occur online in the coming weeks especially if families aren't able to gather for Christmas holidays or holidays..

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Ice Cream vs. French Fries

Smash Boom Best

04:32 min | Last week

Ice Cream vs. French Fries

"Hello kimchi. Hello thank you for being here. So kim t just to start off. I like to know. Do you love ice cream. yes. I love ice cream so good. What is your favorite flavor. Probably just straight up vanilla classic. Do you do toppings. I'm going to like chocolate and caramel phase. I think that just tastes really good right now so most likely chocolate caramel and are we a cup or cone. A cone conscious tastes really good. It's crunchy it goes so wealthy you and then when you eat down all the way to the bottom of the phone you have the little baby cone. I know so q. And what about french fries. Do you like french fries. Of course french fries is always a staple so good and do you have a place. You like to get french fries trauma you make them at home frozen ones. My mom actually makes them so. I like my mom's ones the best. That is amazing to live with a french fry. Find kim t. Do you ever get into debates about food. Yes with my sister. Can you remember any of the topics you've debated it's usually like someone's cooking to someone else's we have like. I dunno in bengali. Culture food is such a main thing that we talk about. So we'll compare like cooking's from different on that we have or like maybe our moms versus her dad's it's just really fun to talk about food and see what we don't like see. You are very familiar with judging food somewhat excellent so let's get our debaters in here today. Defending team ice cream will have tommy mcnamara. Hi tommy the low. So excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence why is ice cream. The most awesome look the moment that ice cream hits your tongue. You are instantly transported to a sweet creamy flavour. Heaven where the clouds are made of whip cream. And the angels are also made of whipped. Oh man for all gonna come out of this hungry today. I know well. Now let's meet. Tommy's very fierce opponent here to wrap a-team french fries. It's britney carney. Hi de hi. Hello britney in a single sentence. Tell us why french fries are. The most fabulous. They are crunchy salty satisfying and eclectic. Few people on this planet. I know for a fact deny french fries unless they're specifically allergic to potatoes but that's still maybe relatively small fraction perfect well before we get started. Let's review the rounds of debate. Are debaters will compete in four high octane. Rounds of debate are judge. Kim t will award points to the winner of each round will start with the declaration of greatness where each debater has to present the coolest facts and stories about their side. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make rebuttal to poke holes in their opponents declaration. Then it's the micro around a creative challenge. Both debaters have prepared for it in advance. Then we've got the sneak attack. A surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes and last but not least the final six where both sides have just six words to win. Our judge over. Kimchi will award points as we go. But she won't reveal. The tally for the winner until the end of the debate. Alright kim t you have two points to award this round one for the best declaration of greatness and one for the best rebuttal. Are you ready. Yes awesome brittany and tommy. Are you ready yes excellent. then it's time for us. Declaration of greatness are debaters have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin. And tommy. you're up. I give us the scoop. Why is ice cream. The coolest treat of them all. It's the hottest day of august. You're playing catch outside your sweaty and sunburned and exhausted not to mention hungry but then as if sent from heaven you hear a sound is that could it be. It is the greatest sound of summer the ice cream truck. You run as fast as you can. Too sweet sugary salvation.

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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | Last week

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | Last week

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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Exciting Prospects on show as Jumps Racing really starts!

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:14 min | Last week

Exciting Prospects on show as Jumps Racing really starts!

"Pencil full of lead so there would have been arguing that the potato race was the race of cheltenham but latest exhibition gets beaten I'm very biased. Here i love this source and Therefore i need to get your unbiased opinion on him. I will just say this before you start off. He jumped impeccably. Know that my say say i totally agree that yeah definitely teach face confidence for this. Wholesomeness performance He finished the ground. Didn't they eat junk so much. Snicker down we in his chasing debut. Galway which he wants a clearly. He's improved again here and he saito the way to the line and he was always going to make off into shape as so fall proved to be the case in. Rachel always looks so much. More comfortable bar included relates exhibition. She had a hands buried in the back of the hoses. Next down the back straight. Whereas brian kupa had his obeys benson this half themes ads late his exhibition long strides. Just even hold his position. Say you need from quite out late. Sex addition wasn't going as well as pencil leads and pencil full alleged. Got in a little tight to the side. Lives but rachel game squeeze after that and he found plenty as we so she knew she had plenty left and upstream malls. This should be more to come. Still and maestra too. I think you've been irish national coming in on this. Spring could be the prophet race the missiles they season with the records and offices have in the race. So that was the instant soul to the law. On that got. You know he likes. The heavy grounds. Knows what he's gonna need to spring ground but he just has kind of profiling father thank oxley long way away even further away than the bench. Come onto the bridge that animates exhibition as he. Just he just didn't look entirely fee down the back straight Debrecen kuprin eludes as he needs. Plenty father as well as we know. But i just think he's been beaten by rainy. Nice little sarah. She don't think he's going to go down as beaten. Eight to eleven favourite. He was actually that disgrace. I do think pennsylvania is really nice.

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Moderna vaccine buoys hopes

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | Last week

Moderna vaccine buoys hopes

"Big up in a lot of stocks today while others took it on the chin because of the announcement of a second vaccine that's been found to be extremely effective for tackling corona virus. This when from dirna uses a whole different process of developing a vaccine has been found to be incredibly reliable by they're telling ninety four percent effective. The one we just heard about recently from pfizer was more than ninety percent effective. Don't remember a specific number beyond that. But what these vaccines mean is that if they are widely enough to topped it by americans and people overseas that corona virus will fade into i a nuisance and then fade into oblivion and this is enormously positive news for our lives and our health and incredibly great for the economy is moving forward to have this kind of very very positive information coming about us. Being able to tackle corona virus. The irony of it is that stocks. That are what are called. Stay at homes. They didn't like this. I mean investors in those stocks. Things that make your couch potatoes watching streaming Various activities like working out on home gym equipment instead of going to a fitness center. Anything that was about us. Nesting the stock market is like. Yeah well that was fun while that lasted but stocks that involve people getting out and feeling comfortable to do things again. That people have been reluctant to do or have done a lot. Less of those stocks have performed very well and this is in the midst of us. Having the worst corona virus outbreak in the united states since corona virus came on the scene the number of people getting covert positive tests is extremely high. The death rate is climbing Day by day and the number of people who are infected has gone up. The one piece of good news is that the exhausted medical personnel treating people for corona virus. No much better how to treat people. Now who do come down with it. And so the one ray of hope. Is that the number of people that will die from this. Enormous outbreak is significantly less as a ratio then died back in the spring but we do have a really rough ride straight in front of us followed by what will be continual improving picture in twenty one as the number of vaccines produced increases the numbers distributed and taken increases. It will allow us to destroy. The effect corona virus has had on us healthwise and as an economy one footnote. You may not be aware of. There's one big advantage for distribution of moderna vaccine versus the other and that is that it doesn't require extremely special handling in terms of temperature control that's required for the year early good news about a vaccine that seems to be very successful so this is good stuff moving forward. It's just we got a tough immediate picture in front of us both economically and for health.

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Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

Smart Kitchen Show

05:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

"We're here for another editorial podcast. We're gonna go around the horn. We have with this gin marston jen. Hello chris albrecht are you. I'm good how you doing mike. I'm doing well. I feel like today's this week is a little more relaxing than last week. Which i know about you guys kept hitting refresh. My browser to get news. Don't have to do that this week. just a little bit of a relief on that regard but the the food tech news is actually pretty hyper active this week and i feel like there's been like three or four stories around mcdonald's in the new plant beefburger alone chris the mkx plant. Can you tell what's going on with that dude. I have no idea. It's kinda crazy. So they announced yesterday they had some investor virtual investor day. today were recording on tuesdays. This was monday suddenly like. Oh we've got this thing called plant. So this is a notable for a few reasons. One of which being mcdonald's has sort of sat out here in the us anyway on the plant based burger craze so whereas burger king introduced impossible whopper last year and white castle has it's impossible sliders and even burger king had an upper. Kfc had dipped its toes in with some pilots on plant based chicken. You hadn't heard anything from mcdonald's than they had run some tests with something. They called the plt eighties. Kid makes me think of pyti but the plt up in canada which they did in conjunction with beyond. Now here's where it gets interesting. Because in the announcement yesterday they said. Hey we're making this plant Which on its own makes you want to say macpoilin for those people who watch the it's always sunny in philadelphia the The so this mc plant burger is coming next year But they didn't say who what they said. Actually they said developed Culinary team made by mcdonald's for mcdonalds so hearing that was like okay. they're making their own. They tried beyond didn't do what they wanted to do. So they're making their own and then a lot of people reported this right so beyond stock took a tank took a dive yesterday. Because they're like. Oh you're not be doing it for mcdonald's and then mcdonald's came around and said oh actually you know actually rephrase this so mcdonald's center around a clarification and let me just because this gets crazy so their pr person sent me calms team. Sent me an email saying in the same way. Mcdonalds has not run its own farms. We are not manufacturing plant based meat for the client platform notice. It's a plant for platform about a food We will rely on our suppliers the third leg and mcdonald's three legged stool blah blah blah blah blah. Right then it says mc beyond meat was our testing partner for the plt plant based burger in canada and we have not announced which suppliers we will work with on mcclymont so clear as mud like cagey cage. Yeah well and then beyond came out yesterday and said hey actually. We co created the plant and You know they were but that was on their own call. Mcdonald's didn't say anything about it right so The but beyond said beyond meat and mcdonald's co created the plant based patty which will be available as part of mc plant platform. But they don't say going forward. That beyond meat is the supplier right. So this may sound muddled because it we're still trying to figure sort through the news it does sound like there may be implying it but there's no definitive i did I think you may be posted in the slack. The picture of the beyond beyond meat stock in lewis. One of those pictures were it. Went off a cliff around eight. A m and win. There's a curfew Around at all of a sudden jumped back up like it was a huge like And so i. I don't understand the kgb's mcdonald's wants everyone to think that they do everything themselves. But like we know they don't grow their own potatoes or simply naito they. We know that they work with the we know they don't own a cattle. The work with farmers wasatch secretiveness. I i don't have. They ever co branded a burger before I don't think so no so. I mean that you could say that for anybody like i don't have white castles. That are burger. King has ever done that but you know they look at impossible. Burger right with the impossible Beyond the big. Doesn't i mean burkey has impossible right rapper. And and i guess from mcdonald's perspective maybe thinking well there's not a lot of differentiation if like all of a sudden a bunch of other fast food restaurants are having beyond meat in their burgers I think maybe they just wanna claim that it's uniquely felt for them I don't know other than that. I can't really feel why. I mean i think then possible walker was developed. Fairly uniquely for them. I mean it. Has that weird kind of gross x-ray on like that a grill taste or that flame royal tastes that his uniquely burger king. Impossible has Which makes me think they've spray somewhere chemical on it but But i i get it and by the way mc plant can we just discuss the name a little bit like myself walked in. He goes dead. Mcdonald's has a new plant burger called mc plan because he goes. I started laughing. How dumb the now. This is my teenage son. So yeah it's not playing well the number that it is has it said. It's like so absurd. You can't forget it

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Think Like a Founder With Vision

The Daily Boost

05:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Think Like a Founder With Vision

"So i spend time on the phone with lots of clients and probably seventy percent of the folks that i work with our business people now frankly about one hundred percent or business people because if you are a personal person and you're working with me on some kind of personal goals you still probably work for somebody. You may have your own business. You may be you may not be. You may work somebody else. That's fine but in any case we're kind of in that that world there where you're involved in business so i was chatting with one client and this is sadly it's a conversation. I had a very regular basis. I was thinking about. I was working on my book the other day. And it's been interesting to figure out my book. And what i wanted to tell and i want to tell the nonfiction narrative and putting together and i and i really thought back on. I said what. I really want to do here. When i get this completed and some big issue right now for me. I thought about it. I said you know there's always a process certain things that come about. When i talked to people that i always have to take them through every time but kind of did with your passion years ago. But it's much more extreme now and it's much more specified now. I know exactly what's going on there. Certain things we have to take care before we can take care of other things. So that's what's going in the book but talking to my client. This is something happens all the time. goes into the office works all day. There's an expectation about the what happens in the office from the employees. That are there now like a lot of successful business owners seat kinda hits the ground running early in the morning. And then what's what does he do. Well he does. We've been told to leads by example. Get way out in front now. A lot of folks do that. But if i'm there i'm going to set the energy and the tone of the day they're gonna. I'm going to be here for him. Got an open door and open office concept to right at going away. I could've told him that. When i was in school back in elementary school. They tried the open cop concept elementary school. I an open concept high school. Even i knew back then. It wasn't gonna work now. They have walls of reason for four cubicles. Don't work right. Bless you walk in the office and if the founder. If you're the person who really has to move maybe not the you're always found. You started the place right but your job is to move this thing forward but if you're always available help if your door's always open and you always leave. Hey on that guy. I'm always here for you. I in last weekend's whole thing band your days routinely become sixteen hours long. Don't they only get up earlier for so long. You can only stay late for so long. You're human eventually. you're to slow down. Usually you'll slow mentally. I and then you'll physically breakdown sometimes stress potato. I sixteen our routine days maybe occasion getting a weekend off. That's not too bad when you think about it because it really is bad when you get to vacation and he got a check in when your vacation days are eight hour workdays and the rest of vacation. How how do we get there. You got there because he got phones with email on it. People expect you to be around all the time and pandemics and things like that happen. Got answer the phone really sixteen hour days seven days a week. Eight our vacation days. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out. That's unsustainable right. Can you model rockets on second figure that out. i'm not even brain surgeon. And i can figure out. That's not sustainable. In fact a brain surgery will tell you. It's not sustainable. Stretch out you're gonna have to have brain surgery and the never let you in a rocket ship if that's what you did this think about scott logic there. I know some people can't follow the simplified version of. But that's us whether you work with your family your staff your employees. Any group of people doesn't matter maybe at church. Maybe you're a yearly boy. Scouts course counts scouts. I guess the common now at the same thing. Don't they people want the same thing. They want empathy not sympathy folks. Walking around out. There was sympathy for everybody. Don't that hurts. Makes me feel icky does is a lot of Paint out there all. I don't wanna live in that world. There's a time and place for that. Yes there is but empathy absolutely. I wanna know how you feel. Understanding people are looking for a lot of understanding as well at the pander to understand him but leadership people looking for leadership people fall into leadership kind of a cool thing. People strive to be a leader. That's all they want to do is lead. Just go ahead and do it. That's fine other people could care less. I happen to be guide that leads fairly well at the same time. When i find a good leader i get right in line. I do sometimes i. I look up how they get here. What he he was. Good darn i mean. There are certain people probably a handful of people over my lifetime that have been such good leaders. It had empathy had understanding. Really got me. And i would do whatever they asked me until they changed and they always do. So if you're founder if you're responsible for the vision of where you and your folks are heddon then you need to remember that. Did you take a few minutes every single day to cast that business figure out. What's going to be

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Are Beans a Protein or Carbohydrate?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Are Beans a Protein or Carbohydrate?

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition. Diva podcast. i'm your host monterey nagel and in this episode. i'm going to answer. The eternal question are being of protein or carbohydrate food. Vegetarians and vegans lean pretty hard on beans as a source of protein. And even those of us who sometimes eat meat but also enjoy plant based meals will often build our meat free meals around some sort of legume and that's because they contain more protein per serving than most other plant foods but the nutritional profile of legumes is very different from animal protein sources eggs meat fish and chicken get anywhere from fifty to ninety five percent of their calories from protein with the rest usually coming from fat leg. Hume's on the other hand only get about a quarter of their calories from protein and the rest is mostly carbohydrate. Soybeans are a bit of an exception being higher in both protein and fat and lowering carbohydrate than other legumes. Peanuts which are technically legumes are another exception. They're even higher in fat than soybeans and lower in protein than most beans. Perhaps because of this peanuts are generally categorized as nuts for the purposes of dietary guidelines despite their botanical classification. So can you get enough protein from beans well. Although we think of beans as being a protein food the truth is that they provide a lot less protein per serving and per calorie than animal proteins. A three ounce serving of cooked chicken breast for example provides about twenty six grams of protein and about one hundred and sixty calories. The standard serving size for beans is a half of cup of cooked beans and that provides just eight grams of protein for around one hundred twenty calories so we would need to eat a lot more beans to get the same amount of protein as we get from meet. It would take two cups of black beans. That's about four hundred and eighty calories to get the same amount of protein as you'd get from three quarters of a cup of chicken breast for example so for every gram of protein and beans. You're also taking in about three grams of carbohydrate and a lot more calories now although beans are relatively high in carbs these are some of the healthiest types of carbs. The carbohydrate portion of beans is a combination of fiber and starch but about half of the starch in beans is actually what we refer to as resistant starch that means it resists digestion and absorption in the small intestine and goes on to function much like fiber in the gut the fiber and the resistant starch in beans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut. They promote regularity they helped to modulate our blood sugar response to food. They also increase our satiafaction and society after meals helping us feel full with fewer calories. Perhaps that's why people who eat. More beans generally have healthier body weights and lower waist. Circumference beans also contain fido sterols. These are plant compounds that are shaped so similarly to cholesterol that they can occupy the cholesterol receptors in ourselves and regular being consumption is linked with better cholesterol profiles. So beans have a lot going for them. But let's talk about how they fit into your diet because when we build a meal around beans instead of meat which is a great idea. We may need to make some other adjustments to our plates because beans contain both protein and starch. It might make sense to reduce other sources of starch to compensate for that. So if you're having black-eyed peas instead of blackened catfish for dinner. Perhaps you skip the bread or the potatoes. Beans and rice of course are a classic combination in part because of the complementary amino acid profile. But you could have a smaller portion of rice with your beans instead of half a cup of beans and a cup of rice. For example you could switch the proportions on that double up on the beans ordered to bump up the protein and reduce the rice to half a cup and keep in. Mind that if you're trying to match the protein content that you'd get from meet. You may not have as many calories to spend on other foods due to the extra calories that are riding along with that plant to protein.

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McDonald's to launch its fried chicken sandwich in the U.S. next year

Jason and Alexis

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

McDonald's to launch its fried chicken sandwich in the U.S. next year

"Sandwiches coming Intel. McDonald's is gearing up to release a new chicken sandwich early next year to compete against Popeye's chicken fillet who've seen Chicken sandwich sales grow, so they're kind of late in the game with this, But they're new Chicken sandwich is gonna have a fried chicken fillet on a potato roll topped with butter and pickles. So Oh, okay. Yeah, very similar. Yeah, so the deluxe version is going to have lettuce, tomato and mayo. And then they're also did you hear about the MiG plant burger? It's like an impossible burger. Only blessing. Yeah.

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How Sleep Affects Weight Gain

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:15 min | 3 weeks ago

How Sleep Affects Weight Gain

"So i've talked a lot in previous episodes of this podcast about these connections between sleep and hunger appetite weight management. There are a lot of connections there. But i'm obviously always approaching this from the food and nutrition side of things. And i'd love to get your perspective on this as a sleep expert. So how do you see or approach this relationship between sleep. Appetite and weight management shore. Yes just as a refresher for your audience. You've probably covered. How we are sleep deprived the body compensates for the lack of energy by craving more calories and intensive reach out for more saturated fast carbs and sweets to sort of make up for that loss. Energy will pardon me not helpful. That's exactly right because one type of energy doesn't actually substitute for the other. We don't get the type of energy and replenishment refreshment that we get from sleep by eating potato chips for example. But that's our body needs to sort of make up for if we don't get enough sleep and also when we don't sleep enough we have less leptin and more ghrelin levels in our blood after that night of not enough sleep. Which is how these hormones behave when we're very hungry when our appetite is not suppressed so them where we end up getting more hungry in artificially sort of reaching for more food and so you've already probably cover some of these topics. But i think what's less talk about in terms of how sleep is related to appetite and hunger is the role that our circadian clocks play all of this. So just to give a really brief primer on circadian clocks we all have these biological rhythms in us and they usually run about twenty four point one ish hours and these are really inbuilt built to our biology all of our systems. Run on this sort of rhythm. And ideally everything runs kind of in sync with each other. You can kind of think of your body as a busy train station you know. Each train has to be on scheduled to not run into other trains and not delay passengers. And so you can imagine how much of a hot mess it would be if every train conductor was looking at a clock right so for everything to run together all the trains needs to be on time in have this rhythm and the best way to have that rhythm is to keep a consistent sleep wake schedule and when you do have this consistently voiced federal and rhythm than your metabolism runs efficiently. Your mood is good. Your hormones are in sync and your sleep is good and your energy levels are good but and maybe your appetite isn't as out of control exactly. Your appetite is more in tune with what your body actually needs rather than artificially inflated if that makes sense let me just make sure i understand what you just said. It's that it's not even so much about a lack of sleep or sleep deprivation getting six hours of sleep instead of eight hours of sleep but it's more about the consistency of this sleep rhythm that affects our appetite. That's ray and actually both of the things you named are both really important. I think we may have heard a little bit more about the sleep deprivation. Peace and not as much about the circadian rhythms. I really liked to emphasize the people that sleep is not just about the amount and it's not even just about the quality or the depth of sleep it really is also about the timing we can be kind of wishy washy with our asleep rhythms ray. Either we maybe. We can't control it because we do rotating shift work. And that really can put a wrench in your circadian rhythms or. We travel a lot and we have jet lag or we don't travel for work but we jet like ourselves by getting up at very different times on weekdays versus weekends so for example. If you usually get up at seven am on weekdays but you sleep in until ten on weekends. That's like jet lagging yourself by flying to california and back every weekends but you didn't even get to have the final travel. You've just screwed up your circadian rhythm doing it.

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Elizabeth Strout Reads William Trevor

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Elizabeth Strout Reads William Trevor

"Hi Liz. Hi. Debra. How are you? Thank you for doing this in pandemic, times. My pleasure really is so what made you want to talk about a story? By William, Trevor Today has been important to you as a right herb, a reader both I think William Trevor is just such a wonderful writer and I discovered him years and years ago through the new. Yorker. I might add and I have always loved his work. There's a gentleness to it. There's a subtlety to it. He's sort of inimitable in my estimation. He's got his own thing going on, which is just really really lovely for me. In a sense, he's a bit of a regionalist historians are not all, but mostly set an Ireland or some in England and. I guess I see maybe an affinity between Trevor's Ireland and in your main well that's interesting I suppose that's completely possible. I hadn't thought of that. But yes, I mean, he does write about cities once in a while but there is a sense of you know the smaller town or or village and what goes on there, which is what I'm always interested in my own work as well. Yeah. How would you describe the typical William Trevor Story. Yeah. You know I think I would describe it as going into to the quietness of ordinary lives and all that happens with an ordinary limes because most of us are ordinary and the interior already of his characters are so well rendered and that's what I take away from him. All of this as I said very gently quietly told. It's interesting that at the center of this story that you're reading Bravado There's a very, not quiet event which triggers not quite results in right away right? That's true and yet I think in a way even though that is the thing the story turns on I think it would be almost a mistake to think that that was what the story was about. It's interestingly structured in that. There's a build up to a violent event. which might in another writers hands be the climax of the story in fact, the climax maybe the aftermath, right? That's exactly how I was feeling about it, right? Yeah. Well. Let's talk some more after the story and now here's Elizabeth strout reading. Bravado by William Trevor. Bravado. The leaves have begun to fall all along Sunderland. On the pavement beneath the beech trees, there was a sprinkling, not yet the mushy inconvenience they would become when Moore Felon rain came, which inevitably would soon. Not many people were about it was after midnight almost one o'clock. The widely spaced lampposts casting pools of misty yellow alert nation. A man walked his dog in blending road in the same blotchy lamplight the first of autumn's leaves gathering they're also. An upstairs window opened inverted crescent hands clapped to dismiss a cat rooting flowerbed. Car turned into Sunderland Avenue its headlights dimmed and then extinguished it's alarm set for the night with a flurry of flashing Orange inbred. The traffic of the city was that only faintly reached these leisurely streets, the occasional distant shriek of a police siren or an ambulance more urgently disturbing your peace. Less than half a mile away. The night was different. Young people proud about outside the star nightclub it's banned big city taking a break. A late shop was still open a watchful Indian at the door noting who came and went. A. Few cars drew away but more remained. Then with a thump of such suddenness that for a moment, it might have been taken for a warning of emergency or disaster music again, bursts from the star nightclub. Past one, this neighborhood to had quieted. The bouncers at the Star drove off couples made their way to the dark seclusion of the nearby Canal Bank. Others stood about groups forming and dispersing locking up his shop. The Indian was argued with an abused when demands for alcohol and potato crisps were refused. The last of the parked cars were driven off. To youths who were friends went together undaunted by the prospect of an hour's walk to where they lived. One was in shirtsleeves although it was chilly, the arms of a Red Anorak tied around his

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

02:07 min | Last month

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Also really valuable her for businesses and and trying to allow for all those connections that everybody's so used to making it the show definitely definitely cam. Any last comments thoughts as we look to the two thousand and twenty one potato Expo, just laying you what you were mentioning earlier I. Think it bears repeating and you know it's it's really kind of the. It's it's sort of the the the values of of agriculture in the United States is that when you're when you're presented with a challenge, you can't shrink from it. You gotTA adapt to it and Ho- hopefully use that challenges and opportunity to to to maybe level up your activities and we think that. This we we'd love to see everybody in person but we think this this crisis actually it's it's going to provide us with a chance to to see what we can do in this virtual environment We've had a lot of success with it in the past six months. Expo is obviously our biggest platform, the biggest showcase in the industry, every year and So I'm excited to see what we can. We can do here. We think it's going to be a lot of value and We're we're we're looking forward to it. We are inside seventy days from from the start of potato. Expo. Twenty twenty one so should it should be fun oh my goodness. I can't believe seventy days away at it doesn't seem like we were it doesn't. Time just as flawed. So oddly in in two thousand and twenty from that great meeting we had down in Las Vegas to now it just it seems like it has flown by, but it also seems like it was many years ago that we were all gathered down in Las Vegas for the two thousand and twenty x bill. But I have to say as I look at the Potato Dash Dot com website. I do really enjoy this year's theme. It's come together right now over potatoes and the graphic is in homage to the Beatles album cover of them.

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

04:06 min | Last month

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"For friends listening around twenty percent to the US potato crop is destined each year for foreign consumers and whether that's multilateral bilateral regional trade agreements. They are very important from the aspect of the National Potato Council and as we look at this year and with trade successes Matt, when who are these top buyers of US potato product when we are looking at these trading partners, could you maybe walk us through what that volume looks like and what that dollar amount to really shapes up to be? Sure, well, I don't have the volume with me, but I can help you with the dollar amount. I'll give you our top trading partners and then maybe we can also talk a little bit about what type of potato products you being exported The largest export market for us is Japan That's three, hundred, sixty, five, million dollars of exports largely, that's frozen price going there but we also do there and are chipping potato exports have grown there recently as well. second largest export market is Canada three hundred thirty, five, million dollars third largest is Mexico at two hundred fifty, four, million fourth-largest surprisingly is the Philippines and that's a really fast growing market for us at one, hundred, three, million. Dollars again mostly is and the fifth largest is South Korea at one, hundred, twenty million, and then from there, it drops down about about fifteen twenty million to China, Taiwan Malaysia, Saudi Arabia also fast growing in new and Singapore and we look at different categories sixty five percent of our exports are frozen up potato products about thirteen percent of fresh potatoes. That's both table second shipping about percents dehydrated products ten percents chips at about one citizen potatoes. So, quite a lot of product heading overseas an important aspect for producers bottom lines injured from the trade affairs aspect from the producer experience how important is it to have these trading relationships and also working with trade experts like Matt when we're looking at our current trading partners and potential customers on that international scale? How important is are these relationships for producers like yourself? Oh, they're extremely important You know we look at it from an industry standpoint it's it's a combination of both are export partners and domestic, and so if we lose an export market or we get a trade barrier or restriction that puts pressure on our domestic market. So we look at it as a whole peace and You know it's all about strategically located. So here in Washington State we are highly dependent on the Export Marcus just because of our location, and so we as a state and us as an industry, take it very serious and work very hard. To maintain those relationships and try to increase those the ability to trade with those countries and gentlemen as we look at those trading partners the top. Three of course, include Canada and Mexico Canada number to Mexico number three and the National Table Council applauded and was so happy to see the US Mexico can't agreement ratified early in two thousand and twenty. Now I know there's still some existing issues with Mexico but map from your perspective. Now that this has been ratified. What are some of the big opportunities that we have for the US potato industry with this new agreement employees? well, and I'd say there there are two big opportunities. One was just avoiding a potential loss of opportunities. So you know we of course had a duty free access to Canada and to Mexico ever since Nafta days. So especially since about nineteen, Ninety, eight we so for the last..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:51 min | Last month

"potatoes" Discussed on Diet Science

"What's a topic for this week this week? We can talking about potatoes potatoes. Yes, there are vegetable. I don't know why it has to be that everyone is afraid to eat too many eggs potato. Well that is very true. Just you know, this potato chips, you know, there's the frying aspect well there but we're talking about yeah potato chips are not included in my version of what a patron no. Is right right, right. Yeah, so and I need to preface we we can't eat too many potatoes. We can't eat too many of anything. So but eating a serving of potatoes as part of your meal is not something that you need to necessarily be afraid of. All right, and for the then for really good reasons the potatoes are a vegetable that are packed with some really important vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients that are very important for our health so they can be a part of a healthy diet. So they may have you know, one of the things that I I always like to say is I like to defend food certain times, especially the ones that have been demonized or banished for nutritional myths that have been out there for a long time and somebody's got to defend these these vegetables exactly and I think I need to be the proponent of that. Okay. All right, so potatoes are full of birth. Of different really important vitamins. One of them is vitamin B6. The other is vitamin C and potassium which is a mineral. It's really important for our Howard Health. We also have phosphorus and potatoes which are important for bone health and they're also a good source of fiber if you eat the Skins. Hmm. So and as I will mention throughout the podcast the fiber, I'm sorry, the Skins are actually a really important part of the potato. So we're not supposed to be peeling them and throwing those skins away and just eating the fleshy part. We really need to keep the potato as a whole food home. And so a baked potato is actually, you know, it's if you eat a a pauper serving which is about a 4 and 1/2 ounce potato cake, which is going to be about a medium-sized one. If you have to buy a larger size potato, you can just cut it in half and shoot half of it. It's good to do that. Let's often times for just the two of us all by a big dog. And just cut it in half. So we each have about a 4 and 1/2 ounce serving but it only has about 115 calories but has 14% of our daily fiber need in that small amount of potato. So as long as you leave off all of the things that people typically add to potatoes like a lot of butter and maybe cream no sour cream and then and if potatoes are frightened oils, right? Those are the things that add up all the calories onto a potato. So so what do you put on a potato song? I typically put just a little bit of butter on a potato and actually when I was in a sort of an active weight loss mode and the very beginning of my journey home. I left the butter off and instead used like a a marinara sauce like a spaghetti sauce. I would just put that on my potatoes. Oh, it was really good actually dead. Was was it was it warmed you warmed? Yes, it was warm. Okay, I would heat up the sauce and then you know put that on my baked potato. It landed a lot of flavor but not fat. Yeah, that actually does sound yummy and actually that's just another vegetable really the sauce. So so you're some really interesting fascinating information about potatoes plant digits geneticists at the agricultural research service have identified sixty different kinds of phytochemicals. Wow, and vitamins in the skins and the Flesh of about a hundred different thoughts commercially grown species of potatoes. Wow, and so when they analyze these they found that their content of phenols is equivalent to broccoli spinach and faithful Sprouts. Wow. Yeah, and also includes something called flavonoids, which have protective activity against heart disease respiratory problems and certain cancers dead. And among these important health-promoting compounds is a unique storage protein that we typically find in tubers which potatoes considered a tubercle grows underground. So the storage protein is called patane p a t I'm sorry not patane. Patatin p a t a t i n which has been shown to stop free radical activity in the body.

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"For a friend's listening if you would like to read the letter sent by three US centers that are great advocates for the US potato industry make sure in visit National Potato Council Dot Org to read the full letter and to learn more about this issue can before I let you get back to your day on Washington. DC. Any last thoughts or words you just like to share with our listeners on this very important topic. Just, really appreciate the opportunity to have a conversation about about this with you lane I I know it's been a it's been a long saga with twists and turns but you know ultimately the potential benefits to family farmers across the United States from Maine to North Dakota to go to Colorado, it they they. They can make a real difference in people's lives and we're committed to seeing this fight through and we we want to provide. These family farmers with the access to this valuable export market that they rightfully deserved. So we're incredibly appreciative of the work that Senator Gardner has done Senate. Rish Senator Crepeau, and all the other advocates that we've had on on Capitol Hill, as well as the administration and we're we're GONNA get this. You'RE GONNA get this concluded to in our industry's favorite It may may take a bit longer, but we're we're we're pretty committed to see. Through to the finish line, definitely some positive momentum and hopefully a positive outcome for the US Fresh Potato Industry Cam Coral CEO the National Potato Council thank you so much for joining us and giving us really a cliff notes in-depth version of this very complex issue. Thanks for joining us here today. Thank you like all right.

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Really, the appropriate venue is between the two governments and we think the US MCA authorities. If if the Mexicans Supreme Court is Effectively kicks, the can down the road that's not a technical legal term but it it's a potential outcome. Then US MCA can get this back in the government to government court and ultimately provide us with the access we're looking for. Cam what type of economic impact would this one hundred percent fresh access to Mexico have on the potato industry. Right. Now, Mexico is for a number of other potato products primarily processed potato products. Mexico is up out a two hundred and fifty million dollar a year annual export market for for us the the. Fresh potato access, we anticipate given the size of their consumer market we're anticipating it's another hundred million plus annually would Would would be what we can shift to Mexico once we're up and running, and so you're talking about a fifty percent increase on an annual basis over over what we ship there right now. So this is a is a big opportunity. Mexico is one of our top three export markets right now, and we don't have access for our fresh potatoes. So we're you know rightfully, just just as just as aggressively as the Mexican Avocado guys wanted to to sell into the US twenty years ago we're we're we're. We're very excited about the opportunities in Mexico. We think reaching Mexico Mexican consumers with our high quality. Potatoes is going to be a huge success if we can. If we can just get the access we rightfully deserve. It's very clear that the relationship that the potato council has created with so many members of Congress I truly is paying off in so many ways but especially in this very important situation. What can our listeners due to interact with the current administration and with members of Congress to to have more awareness about this and really see this issue pushed forward even more. I think you know the main main thing I. I want people to be aware of is how How diligently the administration as well as our our representatives on Capitol Hill have sought to get this this unfortunate situation to a better place, and that's over a period of years there have been many chapters in the saga and we're we are we believe it's coming to an end We're hopeful that it's coming to an end, but it won't without fairly aggressive action So we're we're just we're extremely thankful for the the hard work that goes in day on day in and day out There are a variety of different technical things that occur. In regard to the legal process and the regulatory process in Mexico and the the administration the folks down in. Mexico. Working for the US government, we have a we have a team of folks that we work with in Mexico their their efforts have been fundamental to to getting us to to a better place here. So it's it's really been a team effort and we just want to see some results here..

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Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Clearly in violation of Mexico's World Trade Organization as well as their US MCA obligations and it needs to be brought to a close and so that that's I. think that's the rather emphatic statement that Senators Gardner rich and Crepeau were making the in the letters that you mentioned. So as we look at that request in the letters sent to the US trade representative along with Usda what are some of the hopeful solutions that we can utilize within the US? Mexico Canada, green meant to really help make a ruling. For this straight impediment and an actually resolve this twenty year issue, and hopefully that is a resolved in favor of the US potato industry. But what are some of those mechanisms that can be utilized to help get this solved? Yeah. So the US MCA it, it has embedded within a essentially has its own version of a court system. It's called a dispute resolution mechanism. And it was set up exactly for that purpose is if you have a dispute about how the how the agreement is being implemented, there's a process that each country can go through by which to to resolve those issues and so you know we're our our hope is that the the Mexican Supreme Court does the right thing. We have a complete ruling that provides us with the access that we need in the next few months. But if that doesn't occur then we really want to look at these authorities within US MCA to provide further leverage for the US to get Mexico to do the right thing here. and. You know what? One of the things that are industry as asked if you if you if you. If you use that dispute resolution mechanism and a country is found in violation of their obligations under the agreement. Effectively. What happens is retaliatory tariffs can be imposed and some in our industry have said well. Wouldn't it be reasonable that those retaliatory tariffs be placed upon the Mexican Avocados that have been the beneficiary of this agreement that the US honored twenty years ago but the Mexican government did not. So I think if if we go down that route, there's going to be a lot of discussions I mean it's not a it's not a close case about whether or not Mexico is in violation of their agreement that they know they are. That's why they they grudgingly agreed to open their markets six years ago and all of this litigation has been you know kind of in recognition that this, the the the government, the government process was running out of options for the the Mexican potato industry, and so they needed to get this into a different venue..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"We have. been dealing with a number of different lawsuits at various levels of the Mexican court system. Finally, those lawsuits have made their way all the way up to the Mexican Supreme Court, and we anticipate that the Mexican Supreme Court is going to start working on on a ruling or rulings on those cases here sometime in the next few march. But obviously the Mexican Supreme Court Covid nineteen is really on off that that progress. Is there any real hope that a positive ruling in favor of the US fresh potato industry is actually going to come out of the High Court of Mexico well, that's an incredibly interesting and ultimately and extremely expensive question to answer land. The the legal proceedings against the the the cases against the Mexican government or extremely far-reaching? They go beyond the the question over whether potatoes can come in to Mexico. They they really call into into question the Mexican government's ability to make an import determination on any agricultural products being imported to that country. And when you think about the ramifications of that for for a country that in in certain commodities is very dependent on. ABC imports. Essentially. Calling into question all of those rulings by the Mexican government is that could have really dire economic consequences for that country. So the the Mexican Supreme Court is under some substantial pressure. To to try to to try to resolve this, I think it's fairly obvious. They trying to rule entirely in favor of the protectionist measures of the Mexican potato industry. Would? Be. Destructive for a huge amount of the Mexican economy. and. So they probably can't go that far. But the question is. But but the assumption by folks as well if they can't go that far then ultimately it this is kind of a binary outcome and just GonNa win out right So the US potatoes would automatically be provided access it that that it's way more complicated than that. The question is whether or not some middle ground could be struck where effectively the the Mexican government's authorities are maintained, but the the legal system, the regulatory system in Mexico is used to further drag-out. What's already been a twenty year long process forgetting access to that market. I think that's what the senators were concerned about. That's what candidly a lot of folks in the administration are very concerned about an obviously us in our industry we are extremely concerned about this further running the clock. This foot-dragging is expensive on an annual basis and it..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Now, here's your host play Nordland. welker back to the ION potatoes podcast. I'm your host Elaine Northland today, we are going to be discussing an issue that has been impacting the US potatoes refer now on twenty years, and that of course is having full fresh access for US potatoes to the country of Mexico with the US Mexico Canada agreement. Now, in full effect, this agreement may give the US. Potato Industry the leverage it needs to get full fresh access to the Mexican market. We have some allies in the US Senate that are picking up a call in advocating for the industry sending letters to the administration in Washington DC to help resolve this issue joining us on the phone from Washington. DC Right now is the National Potato Council suit Yo cam corals. Cam, this is an issue we have talked about several times here on the IM potatoes podcast for our friends that are maybe joining us for the first time. Can you maybe share a little bit information and history behind why the US potato industry does not have full fresh access to Mexico yelling I'm I'm glad we're having this conversation I think it's very topical. We really appreciate that Senator Gardner Senator Risch Senator Crepeau sent letters, both to the secretary of Agriculture Purdue, as well as US trade representative ambassador lighthizer. Raising this issue and that. The new US Mexico Canada agreement could be the authorities within it could be useful and finally resolving this long trade impediment. I'll just go back very very quickly twenty years ago the US government and Mexican government sat down at the time, and they basically established effectively an informal quid pro quo. Both market access agreements were set on similar timelines. the US honored that agreement and in the intervening twenty years the Mexican. Avocado. Industry has built a two billion dollar annual market in the US for their avocados. However. Mexico did not reciprocate for US fresh potatoes and we have access to just very limited part of Mexico just south of the US Mexico border It's access that is limited by no scientific measures There's there's effectively no justification for us just having this very limited access we. Can't can't sell our fresh potatoes to the bulk of Mexican consumers and so really the simple agreement the US and Mexico. came to twenty years ago has never been fully realized and part of the reason for that is the. The domestic potato industry in Mexico has been extremely aggressive and using all of their political connections as well as their legal resources to to block our access to to to entering Mexico. About six years ago. The Mexican government under tremendous pressure from the US and the international community. Finally agreed that they were going to have to allow us. Fresh, potatoes fully into their country. And that triggered an immediate reaction by the Mexican potato, industry. The. Mexican. Potato Industry sued their own government to prevent that that access from becoming real. And in the intervening six years or so..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"The kids at they're taking care of you on. If we're looking at food school we're looking at the food programs in our schools. You know it's it's a misnomer that we're going in and we're loading up on you know fried potatoes that were then handing out to kids you know the large majority well over ninety percent of the schools in the nation no longer even have friars within their cafeteria systems, and so we're doing our best ride a healthy product in multiple forms that are easily accessible for. Families across the spectrum. You know whether they're in a position of you know they have no worries when they go to the grocery store or they're facing food insecurity, the `tatoes provide valuable way to add nutrition to their children's diets. Again, Brett rebelled is president of the National Table Council joining us from Rexburg Idaho here today, we're discussing the dietary guidelines for Americans the draft. Text is being revised right now by the committee itself and Brett obviously these recommendations on behalf the National Potato. Council. In their members that have been submitted to the committee, which is made up of USDA and health and Human Services. looking at these recommendations from organizations and groups from across the nation and one thing really needs to be backed up in..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"It's the idea that we go through and we help identify with in our food system. The foods that helped make up a healthy diet and overtime as we get more research and science helps us better understand the role of of nutrients and vitamins and other positive benefits of different food groups. With the dietary guidelines they come together and try to put create a series of recommendations to help people make smarter food choices, and this ranges across the board from the lunch ladies who are putting. Together meal plans for our students, I to individual families who are trying to make decisions about how to best feed their families, and so it's it's a case of we're looking to the dietary guidelines the way to help us better understand the existing science around food nutrition while at the same time recognizing that inevitably we may discover new things over future years, and so that's why they come back and do revisions as we go along hopefully, helping better improve our understanding of how the eat healthy. Of course, as I mentioned, the dietary guidelines are reviewed every five years. So this would be good from twenty, twenty through twenty, twenty five and within these. Guidelines the draft guidelines that is the National Potato Council points out. There is some positive aspects of the dietary guidelines that they are applauding. You know they support the committee's recommendations to increase vegetable consumption. But at the end of the day, they want the dietary guidelines to confirm that potatoes, vegetables that provide essential vitamins, minerals, fiber, and carbohydrates the National Potato Council also took the opportunity to emphasize that potatoes and all forms are vegetables that provide essential vitamins, minerals, fiber, and carbohydrates in their consumption should be encouraged across all stages of life but you know as well as I do that labeling of foods can really deter consumers and that's one issue that the National Potato Council, really wants to. Line out in one of those terms could be starchy vegetable. Potatoes can be categorized as that. What are some of those key areas when it comes to the actual labeling of certain potato products that the potato council wants to see tweak just a bit in this draft. Well I think we've started to see some associations with specific words. You know to your point you mentioned starchy start she's come up in the past were you know specifically referencing vegetables is as being a question of you know what does that mean that it's one of the bad vegetables and the reality is is we need to get away from assigning. The idea that there are good foods and that there are bad foods you know part of this too is is not just from the adult perspective but the kid perspective of you don't want kids to start having negative associations with food they're eating because it could potentially lead to issues down the road with kids not having healthy relationship with food in general and so well, it's understandable that were trying to get our arms around how to classify. Some of some of the different fruits and vegetables that that we're looking at from a dietary standpoint We also don't want to go down the path of creating a negative association with with the food that we're eating You know the reality is, is that not every community has access to all the same kinds of fruits and vegetables. You know the fact on the you know the fact of the matter is is throughout the course of the year. Fluctuation to supplies can vary, and so are we going to tell people that they should stop eating any sort of vegetables if they can only have access to certain kinds of vegetables? I don't think that's the message we want to go with I..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Be efficient use of the tax payer dollars, and it's also not going to support the the industry that has has been hit so so powerfully when the government decided to shut down big parts of our economy You know if if if we get a second wave of the virus? If. We have some challenges and export. Markets we're. We're clearly going to need some some more durable relief, and so at a minimum looking all the way through the end of the year is is the right thing to do. Any more developments obviously seed. Potatoes were one of the topics discussed Obviously, that wasn't included initially, but I heard. There's some good news on that front and making sure see. Potatoes are are included on same level plainfield as regular potatoes. Yeah there is we that I I think that was that was just some confusion within USDA and again. I I think it gets back to the fact that they were just dealing with a very very small data database by which to make determinations, not only for potatoes, but for three hundred other different fruit and vegetable commodities that fall under the specialty crop umbrella We went to them and said look guys. There's the. C., C., potatoes are at the the only difference with them is the purpose that they're that? They're ground for but the. Not Be in any way disadvantaged or considered as some type of of other commodity. They're they're. They're potatoes. They should be fully eligible for all the relief that that that the potato broadly avail is eligible for and USDA came back and made that clarification fairly quickly, so that lane that leads to our optimism USPA is listening they they. They want to get this right I. got to believe that they recognize the magnitude of the crisis for our industry, and they do want to get thanks to a better place. So off of that, Cam. This topic will be at the forefront I know at at the upcoming summer business meeting that will be held virtually here up on June. Twenty Fifth Twenty twenty that along with a lot of other whole host of items that the winds I guess at the Potato Industry experienced back in twenty, one, thousand, nine and moving into twenty twenty before covert hit. What do attendees need to know? How can they participate in this virtual online format? So the the only requirement is we we We just want you to to go out and register. All Industry members are are are eligible to participate. Registration is free just for security purposes for the for the virtual event. WE WE WANNA..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Twenty p leaf has raised nearly one point three five million dollars in direct contributions and founder society. Pledges of the initial goal of Stamkos she two million dollar fund that puts us just two thirds of the way from reaching our goal. Don't go too far. We'll catch up with CEO. The National Take Council camp quarrels after this. As, we return back to the IOM. Potatoes PODCAST hearing. Those numbers of one point three five million dollars raised out of that two million dollar goal for the potato. Leaf Foundation those are great numbers, and I know that CEO of the National Potato Council camp quarrels will agree with those numbers and those fundraising metrics is Cam. It's just great to see the industry. Come together and support the future of the potato industry, isn't it? Yeah, it sure is. I think there's an old adage I might heard one time lane that money talks, and clearly the money that's coming into to leave is underlying all of the enthusiasm and the momentum around leadership for this great industry, so it's been a lot of fun to be part of and thanks to Shelly for great leadership in the whole, the whole board of of life. It's that's one of the programs were most proud of over the past year. We know how important it is cam to have that next generation of leaders of people that are out on the ground seen what is going on impacting their their businesses, and we need those leaders especially in times like we're facing right now. Because the current leadership of the National Potato Council, they've gone through these similar programs in leadership types of development events, and that is a reason why the potato industry is being such a strong voice during. During covid nineteen for example Cam I know you and your team and the leadership team. The volunteer leaders are working hard to make sure that the potato industry is not left behind during the time of covid nineteen, our last show, we talked about the FAB program where the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program in our last conversation, there was a lot of work that needed to be done and discussions about a possible face to bill and with that. That what are the updates you can share with our listeners today on Sif App.

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"potatoes" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on In the Garden

"INCH BY INCH ROBOT I. Make this guard Moro. All it takes is a ring and the full end piece of fertile ground. Robot road, someone bless the seeds. Someone limb from the low to rain. Time right now for in the garden with Peter Burke. Here on wd, Ev, our program today brought to you by minorities. Family owned true value store on Brooklyn. Street in Morris Mill. By, these flowers and garden shop main street Wakefield's by bronze, big country hardware. Your authorized cub cadet dealer in bridgeport. By clawson's florist greenhouse end perennial farm locally grown just for you on main street in Colchester by your locally owned. Montpellier Guay Ismailia road. By Thomas Farm and garden on the Barry. Montpellier road. By sticks and stuff as wanted lumber in Middlesex saying Alban. Berg Swanson and Derby sticks in stuff dot com. By guys in yards stores in Morris Bill Montpellier Williston and say Alban's. By PNR, lumber family owned lumber mill with all the lumber mulch and compost. You need route fifteen in in. And by the willies store in Greensboro. Dating One hundred twenty years of family ownership telephones are open for your comments and questions were Peter birks Eight, Oh two, two, four, four, one, seven, seven, seven. That's two, four, four, one, seven, seven seven. And Right now here's the host of the Garden Peterberg..

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Hello, and welcome back to the I'm potatoes Podcast Lane nordland coming to you here today on the podcast airwaves, and joining us once again is the CEO of the National Potato Council from Washington DC. He is phoning in today. Cam Corals joins US and again cam. It is a very uncertain time for all of US agriculture in the time of covid nineteen. How how were things out in Washington, DC, and and how are you and your team continuing to advocate for the potato industry here this week Elena? Interesting I as I was driving down here to the office to come talk to you the. You know the streets in DC or largely empty. It looks like kind of a ghost town, but that really isn't reflective of what's gone on every day weekdays weekends. It seems like everything just blends together. It's really all hands on deck in terms of of grappling with what's confronting the Agriculture Industry broadly and the potato industry specifically and then putting together with the federal government. And appropriate disaster relief package that's going to mean something to grow or so there there is the. Despite everybody is staying. Home in the streets are quiet I think that's about the only thing that's quiet. We're burning up the phone lines and the Internet trying to get this thing. Put together, you know Cam. There was just so much good news moving into twenty twenty, an into twenty twenty, just during the potato DC fly, and we got the news that for the first time chipping potatoes from the US would be exported to China and soon after that we we really saw how serious cove nineteen is a four for everyone across the world. And of course it's having a direct impact on the nation's potato producers so for our listeners. What is the overall situation with potatoes as we see it now here in the time of covid nineteen? The biggest challenge that we've got is the when the food service. Channel slammed shut. that. Was You know we? We had all of this product that was destined for the food service. Industry. Be At restaurants hotels terrorism schools. All of that demand just stopped, and it was like hitting a brick wall for an industry that is the potato industry is sixty percent food service facing so sixty percent. Roughly sixty percent of our business to shut off overnight the the there was an instant impact in that..

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"potatoes" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"potatoes" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I really i've never heard of palm free. Never heard of them. Don't think you've ever eaten poem free. I don't think i ever have really you. Don't think do a google google right now and look at the picture of palm pre palm feet andrew. What's your favorite potato preparation while fries young men in love a good waffle fries p. o. m. e. I i promise details are i._t. E._s. potatoes sounds like the sound anything like paulhamus free only when you say now when you look at upon free tell me what it looks like all right one second. You're gonna be amazed and shocked. I'm on it <hes> peel m. emmy and that's the problem. I missed process brevity. I know f- are what is it. I e the s._p. Here awhile ago t. a. t. e. potato god. I got the picture. What does it look like. They're like they look little like like black. Ish or something it's are you serious. Would you help him and this. Thanks thanks oh my god p. r. o. m. f. r. e. The difference frahm free. There's a big difference. They'll check in the world and those peo- e picture of french fries. Okay the french fries yeah okay. So what do you think those are. I don't know i've made see mitigate. He messed up. It's all just french fries in a sober up the french fries in brown cup. You could say paul frey upon fruits. They are french fries. What kind of french fries french fries they're. They're called french fry a certain kind of runs right a lot of what i don't understand dan. What i'm saying is different. Potato basically like french the french french fries. Why do they call them. Prompt french by the way. I don't think french fries were invented in france special sauce that goes on or something like that could put a special ranch dressing on friday so good. If you want or like russian addressing spicy whatever you want like that okay okay. Thank you all right. Hello stephanie hi stephanie your favorite potato preparation that you would not be able to live without would be what my favorite food ever but potatoes games with cheese and bacon. Potato skins are so good. They're the best us so you could live without you can make those the last potato preparation on earth ahead of french fries or mashed potato. I mean it's really close to franchise potatoes games. They're just so good lovely all right definitely thank you. Are you gonna taylor for <hes> during your meal today please. Oh of course of course all right. Thanks for listening to us. Hey two wedges wedges or good see. We've gone on and on about potatoes for fifteen minutes. Wedges talk to lindsay hi lyndsay your favorite potato preparation is what you're forgetting one. It's vodka yes. You're very clever. I have to agree with you can't do that without that. The brandy go right ahead. You have thought about mashed potatoes. What's that what you said earlier. That mashed potatoes can be anything on your plate. Well you know i'm one of those people that believe certain foods. Just shouldn't touch you know so it was my have mashed potatoes and gravy on my plate. My green bean casserole can't touch it so you like talk jordan. You'd like to compartmentalize everything on your plate. Well yeah you know. I mean some people. Don't don't eat mayonnaise. Some people doesn't like you know mustard. I just might who can't talk. Take my egg yolk cannot touch my hash browns and you know what are you one of those people that had actually used the the plates that have the sections you know as much as i. I'd like to tell you know yes..

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