35 Burst results for "Pressure Cooker"

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

06:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

"Listening to her are the rest of you feeling the same. Nobody said a word now. That was twenty years ago. I thought that things have changed here. We are mindfulness. You know awareness. There's more there's more emphasis these days on taking care of yourself yet. I've recently hadn't experienced with a vice president of human resources who is extremely stressed. I suggested to him that he start of self care. And then once. He started getting some improvements to share that That program and his his experience of being stressed with his team which would then give them permission to talk about their own stress. He was unwilling to do it. He's not alone. I was supposed to do a webinar for a bunch of ceo's of of a different industry.

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

07:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Stole it from our mutual friend. Joseph goldstein who talks about playing in meditation a lot. I don't have any original ideas me neither. I feel like we've done some good. And i'll use this term slightly playfully here of On introducing the concept of relational mindfulness and then giving people a few easy takeaways or one of us term. Easy to blithely but like doable things to play with their lives around pausing relaxing opening. You feel like we've given people a suitable introduction or is there something that we've missed that we we absolutely should dive in on before we let people go. No no i think this we recovered a lot. Yeah the one thing that i think is key is Really appreciating a moment of when you actually wake up in the middle of whatever you're doing in daily life because you know what that means. It means the practices working. You know and i always saw myself usually going like haven't been mindful at all. Look at me a lot of self judgement good to notice. But lately it's way more like A sense of joy so it's all closed with this like it's the pause that remembers and i really liked that. The pause remembers at the insight. Meditation society when i teach there. There's a space photo staff to eat in teachers. And then the door back to where all the meditators are here in. Silence the doorknob on top of it. It also says the pause remembers so that would be the main takeaway that he noticed that were pause in an really feel would like to be present in the midst of you. Know the messiness. Oh daily life. Next time i see you. I fully expect you to have the word pause tattooed on your wrist of to that have been hold many times once. Actually i was retreat in the person after retreat things. Wonderful blah blah blah but bar. I am tattoo artist. I got my gear with me offered to you for free at checkout. I've thought about getting the letters. I feel a little sort of ernest in an off brand way but i i think it could be useful f. t. b. o. A. b. for the benefit of all beings owe as a reminder to stop being so selfish and self involved by had. That's somewhere near my hand on my wrist or something like that would be. It would be full reminder but i to pain verse in chicken so and i don't like you jump in freezing lakes on the regular so i'm truly pain averse. Well this has been great. It's it's great to see you learn from my quest and thanks for doing this appreciate it. Thank you as well just thought. Maybe we could get together. Yes i would do that i would. I really would. If i go with you i would do it. Hokey promised pinky up. Oh four let you go after. We made that promise in public. If people wanna learn more about you working they do that. I am active at the new insight meditation center. I'm in new york base. Usually so they can find me. I also teach at the insight meditation society. And we've talked about our dear friend joseph goldstein. Oh teaching a retreat with him. The beginning of april and on my website my full name bart van. Malik dot com. We'll put links stall these in the show notes so if you wanna learn more learn from the man himself you can go do that bark. Great job thanks again. Likewise thank you so much and be well. Thanks again took part. Oh i just want to plug. Something here on barked behalf. He's doing an upcoming retreat. With joseph goldstein and roxanne dolt through. Ims the meditation society starting on april. Third there's a link to sign up in the show notes. I just got an email from joseph about this. Retreat is very excited about it so go check it out. This show is made by samuel. John's dj kashmir. Kim bye komo maria. Were telling jen plant with audio engineering by ultraviolet audio at always a shout out to ryan kesler and josh cohen at abc news. We'll see well on friday for a bonus from the great meditation teacher or in j. Sofer arrowed app for landon about nine page analysis of what i thought. He situation was from. Best case studios and abc audio. Listen to in plain sight ladybird johnson. A new podcast about the power of a political partnership one. That somehow doesn't show up in the many many accounts of linden johnson's hesitancy told through. Lady bird's own audio. Diaries and available now on apple podcasts. Or your favorite podcast app..

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Relational Mindfulness With Bart Van Melik

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:24 min | 3 months ago

Relational Mindfulness With Bart Van Melik

"Here we go now with bart van. Milk bart great to see you. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you down likewise god. Every time i see you. I think about the first time i saw you. Which was my first. Meditation retreat in two thousand ten. I wrote about it. It was like the key seen the key chapter from the first book. I wrote where. I go in my first meditation retreat. And i'm having all these interactions with joseph goldstein in the moments when. I'm allowed to talk to the teacher and in all of those moments. I don't think. I mentioned it but you were in the room because you were practising with him and he was giving me all this advice and you're sitting there nodding sagely so it's always a pleasure to see and you know. The pleasure is very mutual. Dan and funny story is. I had no idea what you do right for your livelihood. Because i had just come to america from the netherlands so i remember i think joseph said something to affect you notice person will know no and then he didn't say anything else but later on i found out. Oh it's yeah it's you. Well you were there for one of the most important moments in my life that retreat really change the trajectory of my life. So i always associate you with that home so many areas. I want to touch on with you. But let's start with relational mindfulness. Can you just give me a very basic description of what that is. Yeah i can. It's let me start just a little bit about that. We as human beings are relational by nature and a lot of meditation practices are done in a way where we bring attention to something. That's going on in early. And yet if you look at how life unfolds it. Unfolds very relational and so in relational meditation practices informa- ways. You learn not only to be aware of what's going on with a new but you'll also get instructions to be very mindful of. Let's say another person who's sitting in front of you

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Newlywed Couple Blamed for Cathedral Bomb Attack in Indonesia

Pacifica Evening News

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Newlywed Couple Blamed for Cathedral Bomb Attack in Indonesia

"Indonesian authorities say a recently married couple with suspected militant lengths used pressure cooker explosives to blow themselves up outside a Roman Catholic cathedral during Home Sunday Mass. The attack wounded 20 people, including four church guards. Police have made several arrests connected to the group The couple was believed to belong to that group has carried out his syriza of suicide bombings in Indonesia. The last major such attack was in May of 2018 when two families carried out suicide bombings on churches and sure, abaya, killing a dozen people, including

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The Move Slows - Bitcoin Consolidates

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

02:16 min | 7 months ago

The Move Slows - Bitcoin Consolidates

"Consolidated. That's basically what we've done bitcoin. Well it seems to just be sitting on. I we building building building. You know the consolidating about Thousand for the most part so it is it's also ryan rights. It's starting to build these types of ryan's is that it builds precious of you have been through. The bitcoin breakout area of the become a moscow. So we do. You can think back to that. Think about that pressure cooker. The high love is coming at the resistance. This their resistance is in a flat level. In this case. It certainly the old highs and twenty thousand for us breakthrough twenty thousand won't thing i to through momentum. That's what i'm waiting for. That's what i'm hoping full and with this consolidation that we've got rotten now giving the moving averages tom it catch up a little bit giving the market a little bit of time to build and build and build so that pressure continues to to pressurise. Homages gives us a much better probability of does breakthrough twenty thousand that we do see a fairly explosive move now that in saying that we have to revert back each week due to that weekly chart as well now at las wake. The bitcoin shots closed up six point. Five percent so closed up. A guy at is not too far for it's moving average. Even of course fact. The candle closed. It dragged those moving averages up with it. Sorry ten period moving averages hanging around some which is about sixteen thousand and the twenty periods. Just above fourteen thousand. There's well so anywhere between sixteen. Fourteen would be prime place to pull back to if bitcoin is to have that. David weekly pullback which is very likable sessions right locking that there's there's a hop ability that does occur if the consolidation doesn't continue and we push thirty twenty thousand that is very much on the cause to see a bit of a pullback leading into the end of the year and my goodness. Hasn't this gone past. Well the the laugh about Is poss- quickly will have you and your family and friends at saif wherever you are in the world but we certainly sing consolidation not quick. Pull back

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Transforming Deeply Ingrained Stereotypes and Unconscious Bias

Untangle

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Transforming Deeply Ingrained Stereotypes and Unconscious Bias

"I knew I cannot tell you how excited I am to have you on untangled today. Thank you so much for making the time to be here. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah it's my pleasure. Let's start by sharing a little bit of background on how you came to your meditation practice because I know that so integral to the work that you do. Absolutely so I grew up in New York City and I come from a family of meditators said was introduced to meditation in Highschool by my mother. Mostly in the create. Yoga practice. So, that's a lot of breath work lots of ANA and had been practicing that for several years until I went to India to study abroad in college and I traveled across a doc, which is kind of a northern tip of India next to China, and it's populated by lot of Tibetan Buddhists and there I just fell in love with the Buddhist practices. Visiting a lot of these monasteries are literally hanging off. Off of cliffs for thousands of years and the way to get, there was just so intricate and sometimes I'd be in a car like Oh. My God we're GonNa. Fall off this cliff that once you get there. There was this like magical sense of peace in presence for me. That's what I discovered. Mindfulness practices in since then I lived in Asia in various places I'm career to Taiwan and the Mr. dabbled in various Buddhist, meditation practices, but being a scientist, a big skeptic myself from the very beginning. Always questioning it so the neuroscience the meditation. Just my interest overall, and about fifteen years ago I just totally committed myself to. The practice is so amazing that you had the opportunity to go to the monasteries in Indian, and just really be immersed in that. Were you seeking something I've read that you talked about how you grew up and what? It was like to be in New York City after nine eleven. What was the sequence of events that brought you to wanting to be i? Know you said you grew up in a family of meditators, but what inspired you I mean? Were you seeking something? something. Yeah I was seeking happiness and also relief from stress so I think you're right. I grew up in a new city and I was bullied quite a lot as a child I had an accident because I moved here when I was ten years old, so people could clearly see that I wasn't American or here and I was also believed for being perceived as gay which I am, but at the time wasn't out, so it was apart of me, always felt like there was something wrong with me, and this was something like an internal the fact. That I couldn't fix and so many of us carry this from such a young age and I think meditation particularly in College After College helped me really believe some of those dresses. Some of those stories that I had really internalized myself. This had to do with race with the city. With the way I looked with the way I talked by the way I walked everything it was just all encompassing, and it really came to a standstill, so after working abroad, and I got my master's Cambridge in human development, which was an incredible year. But after that I went to law school in the US, which I don't know field, there's no this, but it's kind of like a pressure cooker, particularly the first air. Really intense I'd come from an environment where it was just like free fall inquiry, talking about structures and systems, and how this works that works and in law school is very tactic. So I fell into a really really deep depression, and it wasn't anyone's fault. It was just that all of the shadow sides that I had repressed and suppressed for so long had all come out. And I'm totally okay with saying this now you know in the beginning of my second year of law. School attempted suicide because I was just really to Preston was moving through this face of immense self-loathing. At this is despite years of meditation practice tried, but I think whatever happened at that moment. I still remember that moment. When I was GONNA, jump off this building I live on the eighth floor in midtown. Something Sad. What are the thoughts thinking? And if people practice mindfulness there's a fourth foundation of mindfulness which is really about. Becoming aware of awareness itself so all the thoughts, all the emotions, all the feelings everything just kind of warps around, and you become aware of all of that happening together. That's the best I could describe. What happened in that moment? And from me, that was really the parading because the second I saw that these are just thoughts. The stories were being created in high, wasn't these stories? I literally I came off the ledge and called a friend. Who lived in Harlem at the time, but she happened to be in by neighborhood, said I don't know if is a moment of grey says people with Fayed solutions would call it or whatnot. She showed up in my apartment within three minutes. Wow, so of course we talked for several hours and she gave me a whole plan on what to do. I sought hell by saw whole those two things and of course. Also to the committed myself to mindfulness, even deeper right after that.

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Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Post-pandemic PTSD? Lessons from a marathon bombing survivor

"Those bells marked the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing exactly at two forty nine PM when within seconds near the finish line two pressure cooker bombs went off killing three and wounding hundreds of others mayor Marty Walsh would normally be honoring the dead and injured with one Boston day but it's different this year we can host big events or service projects throughout the city of Boston but the spirit behind one Boston day is more important than ever this is a one Boston moment at what he says is a very critical time for the city we're at the in the most vital point in the outbreak with cases surging towards a peak over the next two weeks actually after

Marty Walsh Boston
Interview With Michele McPhee On Coronavirus Efects In California

VB in the Middle

10:17 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Michele McPhee On Coronavirus Efects In California

"We have a California corona virus correspondent we have dubbed herself so it's Michelle McPhee Michelle as a new book out today and I typically you're gonna come on when this books coming out of the book is called ma'am Michelle McPhee welcome WRKO again I love my new title as west coast corona correspondent that's amazing it's a going out and Kelly by the way you know it's a very interesting place so if you go hiking right now you can get a citation from the LAPD but if you are a homeless drug user and wanted Koster into a little group outside my house on the corner there hands off which is literally what LA is now that they let you know we talked about this before this idea of the prisoners being released and now there is just thirty five hundred more tense where people can pretty much concerned groups do drugs and not be bothered how are people being placed in that time well that we all are actually but in your case in particular you know house all you your Hollywood now makes me of course the reason I'm sure he'd be bringing well the rumors and the projections in the nightmare catastrophic scenarios that California was facing they haven't panned out whether or not it's due to you know the draconian steps that the governors and the mayors of taken out there or because maybe corona viruses and all that it's cracked up to be we don't know but how long are people out there going to just stay shut down without causing any ruckus wow that's a very good question I'm already seeing in downtown LA businesses using you know boarding up their windows well you know it was the biggest issue is that joblessness nobody's working and you have to think about people at least in LA we have room but can you imagine people being cooped up B. B. I don't know how you could imagine that but with a bunch of kids and trying to work and now you find out the kids are going back to school until maybe may fifteenth I mean I don't this is what I'm very happy to be single and unmarried but I don't know how people do it the most dot not making money you got a million kids you're trying to work everyone making new recipes and it is it's a complete cluster the most offensive thing I've heard through all of this was Gayle king lamenting it's really hard to do this while you're single because it's just so lonely and I might come some some of this scale it's just only in your massive Bel Air mansion so narrowly up there depends how the Upper East Side shut up so thank you now I mean if I hear one more celebrities sing a song from their pool I'm gonna shoot somebody asks where I have more Matthew McConaughey in the woods is Bobby bandito in less Kylie Jenner's legs pool side I I know that's a weird thing this ma'am but that's the reality that is the reality I mean honestly and you see it out here you would not believe the conversations you overhear when you have to wait I don't know an hour to get into trader Joe's with a bunch of like hipster Silver Lake you this is I mean it's just unbelievable engine we deliver any wind up over thirty dollars a barrel that is a direct quote from somebody finally it's awfully trader Joe's okay I need a video I don't think they're not even you know producing series right now but we're all looking for the next tiger King makes me at trader Joe's lines throughout California I'd watched an episode of that I'm sites outside by helping the homeless encampment I know how that turns out you with every one of them socks that would for me I speaking to spend you got a new book out it's called mai ham unanswered questions about the Tsarnaev brothers the U. S. government and the Boston Marathon bombing obviously we all know April fifteenth two thousand and thirteen this happened your first book on this came out in twenty seventeen called maximum harm here's my question for you on the book you've gone Hollywood between twenty seventeen and now you've been wildly successful you've got a series on TV that's been picked up again you got another series in production why is this one stick in your Craw so much that even though you had so much success you still got to keep working on this thing we don't funny I tell the story all the time about how the family things you're rich when you put out a book and like the Christmas list gets bigger but I don't next them harm for five thousand dollars and re publish it for one reason and one reason only it's because I think we deserve the answers and somebody who is standing at ground zero you know I was in please bureau chief for nine eleven I had a front page that day on the New York Daily News it was burning all of lower Manhattan it's a day I will never forget I lost a lot of friends among the three hundred and forty three firefighters and twenty three and might be detox and thirty seven Port Authority police officers in the in the hundreds more that have died of the droga illness which nobody ever talks about even as we talk about clone of ours you know I think that we are deserving of answers to this day he be there people tend to give all the still haven't been brought to justice there are still how would classified records about the Saudi connection to nine eleven and I feel like we keep I actually read the nine eleven commission report and if anyone else reddit or anybody in Congress read it or any of our lawmakers took it seriously the marathon bombing whenever it happens and I think that we are deserving of the real answer is there are some very glaring questions that you and I talked about before number one the government said in court records they said during the night trial that they don't believe the brothers built the bombs they don't have any physical evidence linking them to the building of the bombs which raises the immediate question then who the hell did it and why are we looking for that person and then you turn to Topsfield Massachusetts fifty five days after the Boston Marathon bombing and you find out about this wacky doodle named Daniel Morley who told his mother he had something he had to answer to god for his mother told the top feel PD that he was friends with him on the night of October when the police bomb squad Topsfield PD they do a great job securing the scene they got permission to search the home all the time the FBI showed up I know where nobody who called the feed which is a quote that one status as one other that night and next thing you know despite the fact that nearly every component to the pressure cooker bomb that was detonated seven years ago was found in the kids back from the FBI thinks and take over the case and where do anymore we now well the last time I saw that cute he was driving for the ride when his original charge was beating up his mother and her elderly computing how does that make sense have your guy that had all of that stuff and it's it's never prosecuted have you ever talked to him I tried to get Bruce gellerman his good friend of mine W. B. O. R. talk about unlikely alliances but it we found out where he was living in move in Massachusetts and we went there and he literally had one of the ride vehicles that we pay for a factor and he landed on a slow speed chase R. N. he wouldn't get out of the card wouldn't talk to us you know I went to the hospital it's in the box to see more I want to talk to a hospital where he was being assessed the two years because you know anybody who had any experience with the amount of mental illness and trying to get help for that two years in a mental institution no one can tell to pay for that again I'm Ali but I went in there and I asked him to have faith in the the big gambling you know how good a guy as a Guinea did you build the bombs anytime in smirked at me and turn around walk away let me here we need to build the bomb would depend upon what he's talking about the alarm he was not at all but you know how this goes it's critics of yours make fear rolling their rising they're going all there goes makes me again often some crazy conspiracy theory and make it much more out of it that is already there is this just conspiracy theory talk well I think you'll see you know my friend Jim Sullivan over the market just in the story and he asked me that same question there's not one thing and that book VV that's not annotated this is all court records this is all interview notes if the inspector general Horowitz report is the mass media report it is you know shouldn't through both of his child every single solitary day every single day my my routine is to wake up look at pacer if you have any new filings in his case we both know that this case is so expensive that they steal the cost that we have already paid for the first two trials and now the field the costs of his appeal I mean this is become a boondoggle and I think the world deserving of the answers I challenge anyone they can treat me right now any question that they have about the book and I will point you can go to my Facebook page you know I will point to the evidence I have the support any questions that you have and DB you know I have pictures of every single piece of evidence that was taken out again I'm always house I have him on the night of a file which you know Magnus are provided to people while ago talking about this inexplicable state department document that has camel and when he was sixteen years old come into the country and I had another completely different dude on the same identical document where the same identical shirts and the state department either the scanning failure but declined to explain how that giving failure might have happened there's just a lot of money of the questions that I think we deserving of those dancers the most important question I think is what you know you have an FBI agent who interviewed him on but I've been a whole family in twenty eleven after the Russians warned us that he was becoming radicalized you're telling me that that the I. agent just as a reporter you're telling me that the pension from out of town when in your heart you don't recognize the guy you really buy that the new book is called may have Michelle makes the our good friend is the author of if you like maximum arm you're gonna like may I'm one of the exits it Michelle is I looked you've never been

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The Walmart Haul Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

07:37 min | 1 year ago

The Walmart Haul Episode

"All right. We're GONNA jump right in. It's a Walmart Hall. Which means we have lots of products that are ready to be chewed and sipped and swallowed starting with the above all of the above. Not necessarily in that order. But first we have tiller and hatch pressure cooker meals chicken Tortilla Stu so basically these are frozen bags of food items that you throw a pressure cooker or these days. We know it as an instant pot and so it's already made so he just throw the what the contents of the bag into the pressure cooker and IT COOKS UP PRETTY QUICKLY. So this one says only gives you stove top directions to which is nice. I had this. Oh you add water to the pressure cooker. Then you add the sauce than the rest five minutes and then when the timer goes off wheat four minutes. This is basically a nine minute meal. But then but you do have to heat up. Depressurize your pressure cooker. So I wonder if it's really quicker than using stove-top but well I don't know but I'm interested to try it because one cup has one hundred ninety calories four grams of fat and four smartphones points. I know you've got that fast because I'm starving fun and have lunch. Mike is not eat lunch. He's about to chew on Jamie's hand but now we're going to try this. It looks very soupy but this is a chicken stew that was made in a pressure cooker. Or in a I'd like you pass Utensil. Thank you so much wonder. What the origins of the word like Stu like as far as you know what you're doing that's STU maybe names to studio originally it make sense doing it Well it's really good. All right that chicken. This tastes like homemade. Mom's chicken suit and there's corn in it. It's very mild but it's flavorful. This is really great. Comfort food totaling. I love that it's not too salty. Yeah what's sodium? Like on six sixty for a cup so it's not low but let's put that over cauliflower. Rice I love. It was like chicken tortilla soup but with corn beans. Yeah so it's really delicious. It's unexpectedly tasty. We're off to a good start. Okay next up. The product is called mighty spark all natural premium cuts of chicken PROSCIUTTO WITH TOMATO. Basil and garlic seasoned ground chicken so this is basically whereas the packaging of that. Is it a It looks like you buy it in. Like the butcher section where you would buy like genealogy so it's ground chicken smells so good smell it. That's already been flavored. We just throw it in my rankin. Who's probably with like Marinara sauce or something? Who took a big hunk of that? Yeah probably but it already has like what's in it seasoned Rochetta Wise. It's tomato Basil Garlic That's really I love that you don't like about it. It's a little different like sometimes we do the shortcut thing where we Italian seasoning. This doesn't hit you over the head in the same way. Like you really taste the basil or things. He's so good you're probably instead of making ground meat out of it you can do like a meatball or something or Turkey ball. Yeah yeah or like a really fun Burger. I love that. Like sometimes they'll name it something like Bouchette and then you taste it. And you're like they should've just called it tomato garlic. I like that really delivers on the shuttle flavor. Absolutely it does and four ounces. One hundred sixty calories eight grams of fat for smart points to for to that is excellent. All right next up. We have hunts chilly kit. Just add meat. Ready in twenty minutes. So it's brought to you by. Hunts the people make ketchup? You know the people who make the the other ketchup. And it's a chilly kit. So this is a little bit. It's a smart thing you it's ready in twenty minutes you everything you need. Except for the ground meat of choice we decided to make it with extra lean ground beef and as it is without the beef or any of the meat. Three quarters of a cup is one hundred calories no fat and three smart points as package so it has like the little tomato the sauce and the beans. So we're GONNA try it already semi seasoning. I think That everything I've rhythm Kinda tastes like catcher. I was GONNA say days like they're less good ketchup. I kind of was I. Wish hines me this. What did hunt do before they did? They just automatically become tiniest competition or they have something else besides the ketchup tomato people. Yeah think they do a lot of tomato? This is not an this is not the. It's good but it's not great. It's a little like sour acidic facing. I think it might be good for kids for effort forever not forever viral with that. Yeah I don't know anyway. Let's move on next one. I'm kind of excited about because I saw this as I went up to the kitchen. And the back. They were prepping. It see cuisine smart indulgences Tortilla crusted. Wild Alaska pollock. I would say Alaskan but it's called the Alaska pollock. I guess and the thing is I think seek was in listened to us or took our idea and ran with it but basically we have made a Tortilla in crusted chicken. This is a Tortilla incrusted. Pollock which I didn't realize anyone ever called anything pollick. I thought pollock was just like fake crab the other white meat even the other whitefish before you tasted the story with C. Cuisine. They're the ones that made the salmon that we didn't like didn't they? Make one thing we liked and one thing we know I think this is like their redemption. I love it. You know what I like about it. It's like soap crispy and crunchy so it's Each belay has two hundred and forty calories. Six grams of fat seven smartphones. That's really tasty. That's like the best fish on the planet it is. It does taste like a fish. Stick to air. Fox did we airfreight or BEGA. How do we do it? I bet we have tortilla crested wild Alaska Pollack with smart ingredients. Oh Yeah do you see all the different things that goes on the cross. Yeah we named him so they are Yellow Corn Black Bean Jalapeno Chili tomato lime cumin Cilantro. Paprika they did not dial it in. I want more of that. It's Great Roy. Wheels aren't turning when the cameras. There are no cameras but when when the audio wasn't rolling I'll be eating more about if we had cameras rolling. Do you think we would do our little dance. In the beginning of the episode with the Music Lisa kind of has like a like a ninety s like Humpty Hump kind of thing. I don't have it. I don't know what you're no. No you did this did that. Jamie Jamie Shuffle. Bought my head your head. Okay all right. We should have cameras rolling. Okay moving on. This is an exciting product for a knife. I WANNA cut these. This is fun because I grew up as a white castle fan. I'm a New Yorker. My Dad and I like if we were sometimes alone on father's Day I don't know why we would be but a couple of years I remember. 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Columbia Gas Pleads Guilty for Role in Merrimack Valley Explosions

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Columbia Gas Pleads Guilty for Role in Merrimack Valley Explosions

"Before the hearing were Columbia gas Massachusetts president are chemically the guilty on behalf of his company I overheard him talking with an attorney who said this is our first time in criminal court let's hope it's our last camping who took over after the disaster was sworn in and listened as the federal prosecutor explain the reason for the plate and the fifty three million dollar fine the largest ever for this violation he listened as the prosecutor alleged Columbia gas is lack of centralized recordkeeping shoddy field accounting terrible communications and a lack of planning that led to a literal and figurative pressure cooker in September of twenty eighteen a young man died dozens of homes burned and eight thousand were evacuated for months soon Columbia gas will be no more to be taken over by

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Snap, Disney, Chipotle

MarketFoolery

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Snap, Disney, Chipotle

"I'm Chris L. With me in studio today the Fabulous Abby Mellon. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We've got more earnings. I love earning season so damn much. We've got we've got some restaurant earnings. We've got some social media earnings. We're going to start with Disney though look like another solid quarter of the first quarter results. You look at their parks division. You look at products solid growth both across the board. I know that Disney plus is getting the headline here but worth remembering. This is a a diverse business with a bunch of segments the stocks down a a couple of percent but let's focus on the first quarter results. Anything stand out to you. Yeah I mean. Revenue was up thirty six percent year over year to twenty point. Eight billion dollars which is massive amounts and a massive increase really I do think it's worth noting that Disney's revenue tends to be a little bit chunky. So Oh Especially for this. Most recent quarter it was pretty influenced by the studio entertainment segment which was driven by frozen too. And then the star wars movie so Disney does have a little bit of blockbuster Lumpini within their earnings. But you are right. I mean it's a super diversified business. Lots of growth engines and lots of positive momentum before we get to Disney plus also I think worth pointing out something Bob Iger. The CEO said with regards to China. They are currently if if I have the numbers right. They are currently budgeting about a one hundred. Seventy five million dollar miss due to their parks in China and that is based on an assumption that the parks will the only be closed for two months. I guess my first question is that certainly sounds like a lot of money and and if it it is in fact two months. And then the park's reopening and business returns as normal than this is a speed bump but how concerned should shareholders. I be about that I think in the short term. It's definitely going to be a pressure cooker. I do think Disney tends to be a little bit more conservative in their management style. And so for our projections going forward I would say that's probably sort of an outside case scenario at least as they see it now That is still developing obviously so it could be much worse than that but I do think long term. It won't really matter because I think Disney has a magic. There's a polls those parks people will come eventually. especially if you you know if you told your kid going and then you can't say you of course have to make that up at some point right so I think it's more sort of a deferred situation rather than a total mess are completely gone. So Disney plus subscribers are now somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty six million which is great to see right out of the gate. I think that surprised some people to the upside Were you surprised it was not big. Yeah this is what I was. Twenty eight point six million as of Monday so a little bit into this next quarter as well. which if you think about? It is about seventeen percent of the size of Netflix. So within not less than ninety days really they've achieved humongous growth. But I think it's even you know when you look at that bundle that they're offering about thirteen dollars a month bundle for ESPN plus and Hulu as well so ESPN and now has six point. Six million subscribers up from one point four million a year ago Hulu has about thirty four thirty point four million subscribers up about thirty thirty three percent annually. So it's not just about Disney plus it's really about the total package offering these streaming services. I think they've been really smart with the way that they have price. This and while I was a little surprised at the size of the Disney plus numbers. Maybe I shouldn't have been because they really priced it in such a way that you could tell they wanted to get a bunch of people. Although they did did stress that they added two million subscribers after the delorean came out or something like that But but I as good a number as the Disney plus number is. I'm now looking to the next quarter and I'm thinking okay. What is it reasonable assumption in terms of growth because if they priced it in such a way to get a lot of people right out of the gate is? They're going to be a selloff if they come out three months from now and say. Oh we've gone from twenty eight and a half to thirty one which is like well. It's going up not down. That's good but it almost seems like they. I'm not saying I'm expecting another twenty five million subscribers but there is some number out there that they need to hit i. I think people have big expectations and they've just raised their own ceiling right. So you have to be Conscientious of that. I would imagine the sort of longer term or or medium term plan is that I would be very surprised if that thirteen dollar bundle stays at thirteen dollars. I would expect that price increase. I think the value of that package is Certainly a lot more than thirteen dollars when you look at comparative offers so I think long term this will be monetize. Maybe through price rather rather than through quantity. Let's move on to snap. Shares of snapper down ten percent today. Fourth quarter revenue came in lower than expected for snap and that is notable because this is a growth company and this is the first revenue miss. They've had in nearly two years. Yeah I think it's a fair critique with that being said I actually I think this is the first quarter I find snaps. There's actually a little bit interesting from an investing standpoint for me So if you look at their key highlights for the quarter daily average what users increased seventeen percent year over year so they now reach about two hundred eighteen million people and not increased in each Geographic segment that they operate so North America. Europe you're up and what they call the rest of the world Totally daily time spent by snap charters watching their discover platform which is a lot of their monetization. Actually increase thirty five percent year over year in the quarter and particularly within that age demographic of twenty five and above it spent time spent in discover so that same metric increased increased sixty percent year over year And so I think when you think about the longevity of snapchat which I think has always been a question for them. Those are very positive metrics at a time when I wouldn't have necessarily anticipated

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Earthquake swarm raises concerns for big eruption in Iceland

Throughline

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Earthquake swarm raises concerns for big eruption in Iceland

"If you've watched game of thrones than you probably of a sense of what Iceland looks like s an incredible place so you've got mountains scarfs and rolling landscapes and every once in a while you've got a little bit of grass or Moss on top of. Thanks thanks very. Game of thrones right so a lot of game of thrones was film there forbidding desolate and gorgeous all at the same time It's barren it's black. It's volcanic I mean. This entire island has been built up by volcanic eruptions year after year for the last last twenty to twenty five million years so the whole landscape everything you're looking at what has been built by black rock that came out from the heart of the earth Iceland sits in the North Atlantic right on top of the fault line on the ocean floor that divide the North American and Eurasian plates and as the two plates drift opposite directions. Iceland is in effect slowly being split apart making the country a geothermal hot spot where earthquakes and volcanoes are just just a fact of life. So icelanders were really used to volcanoes going off on average. There's an eruption on the island at once. Every five years you grew walk with his and I by eight fifteen had seen three volcanic eruptions. This volcanologist Thor Thordarson I. I didn't even know that that profession existed when us all these options. Now it might sound alarming depth. Aquino's are going off so frequent but both of these eruptions aren't too big or destructive no absolutely most ruptures and actually fairly small and sort of what we call tourist friendly All this volcanic activity has earned Iceland. The nickname the land of fire and ice thought has spent the last thirty six years studying one volcano. Oh Qena Lock. It's taught in elementary school history classes as greatest disaster that Icelanders face but but it turns out there wasn't much actual scientific research on lot so door had a lot of work to do. And you can map these things out. You can look at the architecture. Architecture of these like the love of flow he collected ash and lava samples analyzed their chemical makeup reconstructed the route of the lava flow. And how far the Asheville. So it's a bit of a detective work and he began his investigation at ground. Zero the site of the eruption that typical volcano you might have in mind is probably a towering cone shaped mountain with a big bowl full of bubbling lava in the middle long steep slopes on either side losing with flowing molten rock. Imagine like you're baking soda and Vinegar Volcano in like middle school or whatever but Lachie doesn't look like like that absolutely not lackey doesn't look anything like that. If you climb Mount Lucky like we did you look in both directions you see these. ooh volcanic vents going off to the horizon. Both directions lucky is really just a twenty-seven kilometer-long crack Damn mm-hmm a sixteen mile cracking. The ground might not seem that imposing. But don't let that fool you into thinking it's less powerful. Some ways might contain more more coat see the reason for cone shape. All KAYLA's is because you have magma coming up through one conduct over and over the lucky on the other hand does it have just one conduit one release point for the lava and ash it. It has many over the twenty seven kilometers. We have about one hundred and forty five combs which line the longest crack all those offense run deep into the earth connecting to a chamber of Magma Molten rock that like a pressure cooker is waiting to blow. This this is the hidden life force of Laki which couldn't stay hidden forever.

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Persistence of division: after the Berlin Wall

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Persistence of division: after the Berlin Wall

"Tomorrow marks thirty years since the Berlin Wall fell with the Iron Curtain Separating East West Young East Germans dash the last one hundred to the wall and will hold into the West by West German food. They don't come on. The wall was built overnight in nineteen sixty one dividing city and a country in symbolizing a divided continent but three decades ago. There was a change in the air. In East Germany. Revolutions had begun to sweep through central and eastern Europe. Communist rule was beginning thing to come to an end. There was a sense having lived in a pressure cooker not just that year but for a number of years preceding it and I think we all I decided to go on like this and macelroy is a senior editor at the economist in nineteen eighty nine. She was working as a correspondent in East Germany. My the experience that the fall of the Berlin Wall was sitting at a press conference with condition of ski head of the Berlin Party. Who accidentally fall by trying to relax travel restrictions and then saying for immediately so a number of us then rushed to checkpoint Charlie and do other crossing points tried to persuade border guards at the wall was they didn't believe us and then a couple of Acer it was on the evening news and that seemed to who people like a suction from across the city tens of thousands of people to go due to the wall and to stop shouting? Let us cross. Let Us Cross and about eleven o'clock in the evening. The gods was no other advice just gave up an I did that. And that's the way it happened. quickey is sue easy enthusiast. People celebrated celebrated on both sides of the wall some took to it with hammers and shovels tearing it down piece by piece not surprising lots of hugging lots tosses of vodka and we take some with the Berlin Wall in historical significance. WHO's a healing of the scar? God that ran throughout Germany it was a country being slotted back together again but it was also a Europe whole and free. It was about pushing. I'm back together something. It'd been destroyed in that Calamitous War in the twentieth century for those living in East Germany the change was profound and I watch television all night and I was in tears and I just couldn't believe what I saw. I have the feeling something's happening in this year. Of course no idea and no thought that the war would come down. Cornelia Guenter manages our Berlin Bureau who was born in East Germany. My knife has changed enormously many aspects first of all I was able to travel. That was always my wish and in my desire for me it was very very happy thing that has had a very positive impact on my life but not everyone in the east called at the same in his speech last month. German Chancellor Angela Markle who is herself east. Germany said in Ulster. Today must all learn to understand why live from many people in East Germany German unity has not been a solely positive experience. Reunification made successes of some victims of others. Today it's being debated like never before one of the interesting things that's happened in the last few years. Is that large parts of West Germany. How many have started to realize that the way that they look at reunification is not the way many people in the east so retort experienced? It's almost half of West German. Say They consider reunification to have been a success story and the same goes for less than a third of East Germans. Tom nuttal Berlin bureau chief. The speed with which change with brought to East Germany was almost unfathomable if Germany was to be folded into what was a modern market economy like West Germany. Then mass layoffs and deindustrialization the industrialization were inevitable. Because voss way to these Germany was simply uncompetitive with mass privatization of East German companies to bring them into onto the market. That was a union of the currencies that ensured that the East German currency could be exchanged at one to one rate for the West German deutschemark. Moth what that meant is that firms in East Germany. All of a sudden having to pay their workers salaries that they could no longer afford and voss way to them with bust overnight essentially and had to lay their workers off by one estimate. Eighty percent of East German workers at some point in the post reunification years found themselves out of a job. And do you see evidence of that trauma still today. Yes you do you see it. In a small but persistent economic gap wages ages in the east are between eighty to eighty five percent the average of what they are in the West as productivity gap the proportion of large German companies companies that are headquartered in the east is absolutely tiny and then you have things like they call it. The transfer of elite of the sort of upper echelon of public jobs in the East only four percent of them occupied by east.

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Fulton Subway Station, Bruno West Virginia And Larry Cantin Griffin discussed on Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Fulton Subway Station, Bruno West Virginia And Larry Cantin Griffin discussed on Brian Kilmeade

"Well there's been set at two hundred thousand dollars for the homeless man arrested Saturday in connection with placing two pressure cooker type devices at the Fulton subway station Friday causing evacuations the suspect identified as Larry Cantin Griffin the second formally of Bruno West Virginia was arrested Saturday this man lives in the area where that suspect frequent issues we hear but I don't think the guys is any threat than about I think the guy in the house Griffin charged with two counts of placing a false bomb he also has an arrest warrant in

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Larry Canton Griffin, New York City And Logan County discussed on Bob Zadek

Bob Zadek

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Larry Canton Griffin, New York City And Logan County discussed on Bob Zadek

"The man suspected of placing two devices that look like pressure cookers in a New York City Subway last week is now in custody New York City police haven't released details on the man's apprehension and charges have not been announced but officers say the man seen in surveillance video has been arrested Logan county West Virginia sheriff's deputies identified the suspect as twenty six year old Larry canton Griffin the second who they say they have arrested three times in the last eight years the discovery of the cookers Friday led to an evacuation and royal the morning commute authorities determined they were not explosives I'm my

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"For half a ball of jimmy habitable yet that's it and and i think had you not been wanted by the jordanian army fina for draft service uh you would have stayed longer would you i i would have yes yes that's that's oh interesting tale of two itself but yes that is the reason that i did not stay all that long but so when i did have aided invariably had the dread have bottomed that was part of the you know how you eat it you take some of the rice and some of the bread with the bras and a little dollop of beat because that the meat was very very tender you know like fall apart if you pokot tender yes and it's it cooks for a long time if there is a pressure cooker it'll help even uh short little softer meet was spread homeless principle as it the brits when you when you put to loves the but under that plate and you put about a kilo race and half a kilo of meat on top their bread is hard to get to that's why the places and the people i used to hang out with poorer population would have the bread on the side so you can it as a dipping you dip in the sauce and you eat the bread so you can consume more bread with the bread being on the side of it versus bread being under it than just taking up a breaking a piece from under the ah so that so you must have been celebrated by those people who served human self to jordanian style for minimalist of bread consumption the music lilistening to is a bedouin music on a robust instrument yes though is played earlier on on the horizon a beautiful singlestringed instrument that it produces this kind of noise the sound the rohan you brought us a sample of music today who is shut up elite that the eib at the at the rubber so and you go ahead which sets that's the name of the song the musician is maurice luca end uh if i know we have a handful of regular listeners and those of you who listen to the show every week may crazy recall from a couple of weeks ago we were talking about best alternative albums from the middle east for two thousand seventeen so this uh this musician worries luca appeared on one of those.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Change on the the proc pot is of course the uh worldfamous instant pot um the instant pot technologies basically a pressure cooker and electric pressurecooker which has taken over it's very very popular as very popular among many travellers many rv years for example who face this challenge of how do i cook in a small space on traveling around love their instant pots and the instant pot as uh has the benefit of having multiple functions odds are they say it can be a rice cooker you can brown your meet sauter vegetables on the same thing of turned into a crock pot so the instant potted advertise itself as having these multiple benefits that you can do it all in one pot we recently got an instant pot during one of the amazon sales we finally went ahead and try one and got one i haven't learned how to cook with it yet by wife has done a a few times since on my list to learn more of the instant pot recipes there is a huge enthusiasm there are a lot of enthusiasts around the instant pot branded around that approach people who work to use the instant pot to make all of their meals uh or a to make some of their meals i just simply emma neophyte when it comes to actually using it under learned some new approaches uh before i can uh competently discuss how to actually use it but that those resources are out there just start looking and you'll find people who won teach you how to use an instant pot one trick that i don't currently have but i intend to get is something called a thermal cooker and thermal cookers very old technology in basically the idea is how can you cook something without using a lot of fuel well the cooking process yet to involves two things in involves heat and it involves time and four just about anything that you cook there is a certain temperature that you need the food to reach for a certain amount of time and that'll very with.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Brad thank you so much as nice talking that was bradley on any kitchen miniature bon apetit host of it's alive with brand most your radio is also available podcast you can subscribe download our shows in phone and listen anytime new shows are available every friday on apple podcast radio public or wherever you get your podcasts now it's time to answer some questions from our listeners i'm here with my co host serra multan sarah are you ready to go chris i am ready to do this walking millstreet who's gon hi this is his stein how can we help you so i was recently introduced to the susie i have a friend who is obsessed with it and we had it in a party together and we cooked with the sue the it had a make twelve poached eggs so worked really well for that and we may fish with it and i was just wondering what you think about it on the practical daytoday level um also i'm wondering about the heat from the suv eat if it disrupts the chemicals in the plastic which you know causes league chang well it's like to pressure cooker you really love it and use it all the time it's great i mean i the good thing is the one style superbeets you know the don't have a whole tub and everything are one hundred two hundred box some of them are under 100 they're easier to stork has not so big and obviously you can't over cooked something you set the water to one hundred and sixty five or seventy for chicken go way for two hours ticket three phone calls watch movie and you know it's not going to be over cooked so that's the good news but you can also posted chicken without using a he'd machine i've used it and we test that it and one of the things we did was put that boneless skinless digress with sauce sort of a chilebased sauce in the plastic and then suwito and that was actually pretty cool i was branco sounds wonderful because then you have an exchange of flayed gas and the moulaye now the eggs that are done just right rally i think it's great for africa freeze a salad or some is grab worked really well but i don't need it you.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"And and should be a phenomenon in this year and every year henceforth which is bone broth now i know if some of you follow this sort of food blogs you know that bone broth is very ochre on but of course broth made from bones is a very old thing but in this season of bidder hell leashes asks biting cold that's going to guess the explicit rating on itunes there is nothing better than a coffee cup filled with hot bone broth it is nourishing it has collagen it has restorative properties it's tasty it's better than coffee i've been drinking a lot of it i'm getting sick but i feel like the bone broth may be the thing that staves off the winter blues man it's really all it is to bear that we're not underwritten by perl fits that i went on for i was a very eloquent in order to tell you or summer it's better than anything that they were serving a 1968 and they in fact they may have been serving it under the name consomme back then but at any rate could you'll find yourself a cop you can make your own bone broth at home with your your new in shiny a pressure cooker slash instant pot for those of you who got that is a gift in it's holiday season qatar what is your keeper this week well since we started out with some cambodian surf rock my keeper is it this japanese psychedelic surf rock band that i recently discovered called kikuko moyo and if you could imagine that the japanese took the beach boys and sort of the same way that they took whisky and sort of refined it and then put their own spin on it this is that band and i've been enjoying it in the new year i suggest you all do as well cuba you moya it yet that is right.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on House of Carbs

"Well you know i mean the the first air theory it's not gonna be probably has been pressing for impressive i saw bddp question or wants but it's the pressure cooker the pressure is is so underutilised i think we all have these sort of memories are i have memories of my mother using a pressure cooker in exploding like you don't marron harassed off on the ceiling you know when i was a baby and it's being a a terrifying tool uh you see it happening competition all the time someone grabbed the pressurecooker and they never used one uh but it asked that ice time it increases flavor the pressurecooker underutilised uh th the the the the new survey answer is really going to be so many appliances that are going to happen right now that are smart appliances so there's an induction top um you know burner right now and not even a burner because it's it's uh induction but that you can control your phone and so all of these things that you're seeing in with other appliance do you know the smart car uh you know the smart watch your and or whatever that is you're gonna see that play out with uh smart pop in and part blender mart uh and that's gonna be a game changer because uh even with just like the boy to rethink the uh in the kitchen you know the company that really crack the code up you know having a voiceactivated souschef in the kitchen is gonna be something to really followed of smart clients that we get to the stuff yeah that's that's kinda fascinating have you already done a whole episode on this i i think but i mean i'm i'm in a big sort of tax 80s trying to figure out what's going to be the next one or two big things that are gonna in fact uh the food world and and one of them for sure is going to be this is boise activated you know it's part of flying smart kitchen uh sort of thing i i mean even in in restaurants but also in in the whole i think you're gonna see a lot of big into the next couple years there so it strikes me just having heard you kind of describe it uh the question that jumps to mine did.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The positive ones in the easier to bring on there more their cheaper from a monetary point of view to fund and your easier just to sustain and so you have this system where the digital systems ever the most engaging tend to be the ones that are kind of bring up the worst in people and an end to decree there's a precedent for that in yellow journalism in everything it's never before existed in this tight feedback this algorithm glue that would that so many people are stuck in so you can i say the saddest thing i'll say in his whole interviewed cleave the saddest thing i'll say is that so far as i can tell whenever whenever somebody brings positiveenergy to the the current online environment in ah i'll give you some heave example i ask arab spring a half when women try to improve their status in the gaming world um black lives matter right on in all those cases the that positive fuel was routed into negative energy because that was the most efficient and profitable way naturally to make use of it any on several that claim any case what happened is that the people who were annoyed or fearful or would ever of of these positive things were identified introduced to each other corralled and then stirred up more and more and more in a pressure cooker because that was the most profitable an effective way to make money for the businesses and it was also the most efficient way for somebody coming in as a customer to spend their money are they got the most results so uh the arab spring turned into harbel terrorist networks uh women and gaming tune into game or gate which was this unbelievably vicious nasties thing that that was a prototype for the outright aren't black lives matter turned into this resurgence insertive normalization of racism at for our you know uh uh uh neofascism in the us out of an inconceivable.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Now you have a perfectly cooked chicken and you have to courts of stock i heard you a stock romantic yeah i mean that's kind of worth in one chunk you know i now cook with water a lot because if you cooked meat and water you get stock so can sarah's about to throw her no no no you know it's funny when i went to cooking school i thought water was a useless ingredient it's a great agreed it's fantastic i've come temporary does it for you yes now that's one of the things that's happened anyway so that's fine closed at ago or put them in the stock button nights are much care welcome to muster radio who's gon hybrid atlanta i at lam you gird my question about using it countertop pressurecooker i have a lot of books that has like breathing recipes recipes and i was just wondering is a time the only difference or do i have to do other things to digress beach you could work for a pressure cooker you have a pressure cooker an instant potter what are you have will serve with that and it apart the two categories there are things that are actually better cooked in a pressure girl like beans not only is it fast but the as she cook up better there are things like chicken stock you can make fairly quickly which also extract flavor better so that's one category than there are other recipes like ribs in short ribs and other things which are just faster tummy told me result us really cutting of yasser summer told me that too but beans i think would be one of the top of the pyramid for me in terms of things that a great i once made a cheesecake and infrastructured which what i couldn't get vowed now well anyway but yes you would want to adjust the recipes you can't just take a recipe and put it in a pressure cooker you'd have to just him out of liquid for example in other things right yeah absolutely quite different yeah.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"The pressure cookers were known to explode and so she's still shot on time yeah so she was chopped all his media material in there in an attempt to pressure cook it and ren did and turn it into liquid and then that that container that she is using whatever kind of pressure cooker it is because there were i think i read about five or six specific brands at the time and they all had flaws but that's being then literally explodes that would explain the 100foot longer by fifty foot widespread of material on their property because i mean it's a lot of pressure or maybe the you might have been used the pressurecooker not actually had a miti stuff entity there who maybe a a you know like a neighbor kid came buyers of now when it went off and an ad in the aftermath to going like i don't know and and all of a sudden some some other neighbors start showing up you know and and and they're going like was have advanced the the well you know suddenly mute just rain out of the sky over here oh yeah i thought you know if this pressurecooker explodes rate since we don't really know where alan was he's out working in the field or something and he just comes rotting and he's like always wise falling from the sky mary goes yeah i was i was how it or not he i think he would have put the to gather the here this big kabu within all of a sudden crap falls out of the sky i usually associated with joe things joe your your presuming then allen who was a relatively smart ban i've known more than one dude on a farm who would hear a loud boom and then see meat falling from the sky and say it thundered meet he could also have been hard of hearing and not have heard it he could have been working like in the fields and not heard it.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"For for people on dealing with an overwhelming light in i mean my god you throw in then all the stuff that's happening in our worrell yeah it's a pressure cooker it's a pressure cooker so it was of course you know we need a way to be able to express anything that's going through ahead right and then not have had a judgment with it i had a new teenager client today and i love i to make this little little speech that kind of think puts him a little bit at ease and it's a you know and i'm not a big all or nothing statement guy but i have never had a teenager that hasn't told me that their parents have said hey buddy i will you be able to come and tell me anything you know you you come to me with any any problem i'm i'm here for you and then you know a week later the kids says the hey i got an app or a i smoke pot or whatever and then the parent just goes off the yoke just goes insane and then what is that teach the kits like will a might not bringing you anything again you know i can't trust that that's not a safe play yeah yeah yeah that's go ahead yeah i mean so many parents make it about themselves yes exactly right and in the in whether it's what they and i use this phrase i gotta you know this will get my almost probably the explicit thing on my part guests but i i say you know when you get you you don't wanna get should on right so people are or you should do this you should do this and and when you start feeling should on in the one of the natural reactions as the pushback and man what what a what a what a bad message that teach you know it's instead of listening to what somebody else is is thinking revealing or what to do with that after the after the columbine thing on many years ago somebody was interviewing marilyn manson than and they said you know if he were the parents had those two kids did dumb that um you know um in in you had fouled out before they did it you know what would you have told them he said i wouldn't have told them anything i would have listened that's that's beautiful right at.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on X96

X96

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on X96

"I'm like what offering a bad the fritos all heated alpine together some micro way will make reto pie here at work i'm having fredo pipe today for lunch because we did make chilean lead lead you made your own free does no but she she made chilly it's delicious and i'm going to have that today are chilling or not wolf brand chilly it's jackson brancheau i think i'm supposed to give this chilly away i think that was the order while have did you off malawi you know there are days were lacking prizes here i have in my car right now to prizes from my house to give away and they're both in really ought one of them almost never used what a pressure cooker you're giving away a precious at a traditional old timing of not not an alltime me with the metal with a with no it's it's a very modern mutually it's a very highly rated fake war italian brand of of a pressure cooker and the and it's a really safe when they have these little now little ceramic up but pressure valves pop up and how often does this not very often because it's they are harder to use dan what i now have the instant plot the instant pot is very easy to use so you have that and what else and i have a waffle wire redoing a kitchen appliances clean allegata a waffle why we bought a waffle iron that we white better than this one we like the the it's not that it doesn't make good waffles we just in like the style of waffle that it makes belgian waffle versus the others this news just a different they're not i don't know said the so there they were to thick you brought them to give away yeah i can either take them to a goodwill two of the d i here or or we could give him away we could give away canada chile eunuch rockbottom at these good i have actual prizes to give away davis asking for the pressurecooker it's really knows about one hundred forty dollar pressurecooker and it's been used i probably the dean times maybe hm well i haven't actually i say we save them for when wing yeah i mean we say needs now we don't need the chill i gotta here as i.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And she did it and sure enough a couple bites of her regular rallies she developed a migraine headaches and waited a couple days and then eight her pressure cooked uh relish and she's done fine ever since so it's just uh again cheese intolerant to these weapons and what is it about the pressurecooker because you get into a whole bunch of different prop methods in your book you know like soaking in sprouting infirm and dyeing and cooking which you you you do this saying your book can can significant in a decree selecting content like if i take my my sweet potato on i bite into that thing you know raw aum stand in the pantry it's a completely different response and if i say used a pressure pressurecooker and then ill baked in avocado oil or something like that but the pressurecooker one in in particular kind of fascinates me what is it about a pressure cooker that has such a significant effect on electons because it it it uh we have a pressure cooker narkevich an on use it for much and and admittedly i haven't yet started the slice of my potatoes and put them in the pressurecooker like you recommend in your book out i'm curious what is about the pressurecooker so a pressure cooker will actually break the electon protein into smaller fragments that are not at and janik and uh it's been it's been shown to no great all electons accept gluten and there's some interesting obscure studies that show that even on our pressure pressurecooking won't destroy week german gluten uh or the gluten uh electons which is unfortunate but so there's far better ways to probably deal with gluten such as daesh in like you were mentioning uh or have glued in luton eating bugs in your intestines.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Sure cooker ohi think i heard i saw that the making the rounds yeah it was a pressure cooker that have raged what could every time i went amazonit was like the pressurecooker said i think like why why are they replying so much pressure for the rushi know i feel like it is a metaphor for our time as way of ruined bought adam oh maybe in rice and beans all the time um but yeah iiii want anyone who brought if you bought a pressure cooker please email me at making a twittertv and let me know it you actually needed the pressurecooker uh what you're going to do with it at cetera so look under pressure obviously yeahi also bought some items as christmas gifts which i think is either insane no or very per haired so your holiday shopping season has already onjuly right i mean i think that is the ultimate idea behind prime day start your holiday shopping in the ally the ultimate idea is yet it touches on that july's these secondslowest month of the year for retail and so basically what amazon has done his they have created a shopping frenzy during a month when they would normally be incredibly dead at least when you compare it to other retail outlets uh walmart and jetcom or matching many of amazon sales throughout the day uh mark attract saw that walmart stocked 82 of the 52 prime the items that they were tracking so there was a lot of of uh similarities there you went to target they were matching so you know in some sense in some ways i wonder if it lifted everyone op but i mean there was so much traffic going amazonyou know that maybe it didn't but at the same time you you had to buy an amazon prime membership to do that andi was another big reason why am i wanted to do this they've driven up there subscription and ask and encourage even more sales.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Uh slowly uh you know heat up in the in the in the pressure cooker it this is becoming normal the trump presidency has become normal and it just is what it is we see children on a regular basis and that's kind of the scary thing you know kids talking uh there was a report from karen handles um from her uh victory speech you know before people are waiting there is a couple of kids wearing make america great again hats and they said this party is low energy and they started clapping really loud and stuff like that as low energy is a medium exactly i'd as it gets a code but you know for the younger generations donald trump is normal they didn't have i mean honestly uh we know we started with a with george w bush that was normal uh bill clinton was and it was normal for a for a president to be getting blow jobs in the oval office and corruption is all over the place i mean these things just become society and they don't become strange and that's why every old person is constantly confused with new generations and they call him stupid and they're probably right like maybe every old persian not every old person sitting on a stoop screaming at the youth are probably onto something thought of that maybe get oh they had actual uh you know intelligence or it what they perceive to be intelligence in their generation so the fact that we live in an an and the fact that we will have kids who will never experience or maybe not in their not a a a you know intellectual yet enough yet to experience when it president was when it maybe with obama or whatever it might be trump is just going to be a a normal us president and then.

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"pressure cooker" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"pressure cooker" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Are making the argument it's implicit i think that saudi arabia it remains stolid bottom line is saudi arabia stable sayari there's a pressure cooker and more there is a free pression and sabotaging people's rights and the pressure is going to rise and one day it's gonna implode from within and i just want to remind you of what we do wilson said about repression actually and is sell connected to revolution and the us by giving saudi arabia unconditional support is actually sowing the seeds of revolution can you respond to that great sure saudi arabia's a pressure cooker and it's been a pressure cooker for decades every generation of american western and even saudi expert on saudi arabia has forecast the demise of this regime whether it was at the end of king abdel aziz have been so dhs life when people said this was a personal is stick mission and it's going to fall apart whether it was during the arab nationalist phase of gamal abdel nasser people said the saudis are gone earth after the iranian revolution people said all these limits wave is going to sweep them over during the arab spring saudi arabia was the least affected country so bout as i bottom line is in the long run every regime is in trouble but in the long run were all dead and so far and so far saudi arabia has a pretty good track record of stability let me take let me take a substance of your argument that i as i heard it to the other side and your opponents arguing that challenging your claim that the us relationship with saudi arabia is basically unconditional they point out examples of times when saudi arabia has been very unhappy with the positions the united states has taken that they feel that they are checked and challenged and there's nothing unconditional about it.

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