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"rachael ray" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

05:04 min | 6 d ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"But if you're the type of person that you don't want to spend much money and you just want to take two minutes in the morning, two minutes at night, technically that's all you have to do to keep your skin healthy and to look youthful. But haven't you also noticed that I remember once I was, I went to an esthetician and my skin was broken out and she's like, what are you doing? I was telling all the things I was doing. She goes, maybe you should just stop all that, you know? I'm just wondering, you know, it's really tempting to go into these places and you just get seduced. And are there things that we should absolutely be running away from, that aren't a good idea? Yeah, I mean, really with products, you got a lot of products out there that are sold that have a lot of additives and ingredients that ideally you don't need. And so I'm definitely a big fan of going all natural going organic with the products. And unfortunately, some of the ones that are less expensive are formulated by these big, it's a similar to big agriculture, where you're getting these processed foods that have all these chemicals and adds and preserved is that you don't need to put in your body. There are products out there that are the same thing. And so just like that, like I said, is I would try to go with all natural if you can because you don't need those extra extra chemicals on your body. And if you are like yourself, JJ, where you say jeez, I'm doing all these things. Why am I breaking out? Why is my skin not responding how it used to? A lot of times it's just time for a change, you know, and to use something different is a good idea and to give your skin time to adjust. Now, what about beyond skin care beyond what you're eating? Are there some other things that you could do? But before you hit the Botox injections laser, which, you know, I love all of them. I admit what else could you do prior to that? So there's a lot of really cool things out there right now that people can do even at home. So there are lasers that you can do at home. There's one called the face FX, and there's other ones out there as well. That you can actually do an at home laser, typically it cost a couple of $100, but if you're the type of person you live out in Middle America, you don't have access to a med spa or dermatologist or plastic surgeon, you can go online and buy products like the face effects that you can use on your skin. It uses red light or infrared light to help to rejuvenate the skin. One of the most exciting things that we have now, we recently got a device. You know, I used to sit on the Rachael Ray show years ago that the Holy Grail of plastic surgery is to get rid of stubborn fat without diet exercise or surgery. And we didn't have it when I said this about ten 12 years ago. And we have it now and the newest one that we have. We just got in our office a few months ago. It's called sculpture. And this is a laser that melts away fat. And literally it takes 25 minutes. You can sit on your phone for those 25 minutes. And it uses lasers to heat the fat up to a certain temperature that causes those fat cells to literally be damaged, and then your body will clear them by natural mechanisms, which basically means you poop it out. And within about 12 weeks or so, it does take time for your body to get rid of this.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

06:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Either with the app or my listeners, my audience, I don't know about I don't think my LinkedIn people know, but I like to make him a greeting cards and so this is kind of inspiring me while I have way more than I need right now as I tell people I need about 1500 friends for the amount of cards that I make. The neighbors are going to start just getting them on their doorstep like overabundant zucchini. I love it. It's a really calming, fun hobby. And it doesn't clutter up the house, so it's kind of nice, although I have a big pile of cards that are starting to clutter up the house, but I would like to think that I would do this. One way or the other, because it sounds like such a powerful, meaningful story. And you've probably read other similar stories on the Internet, you know, like flowers were coming and seeing those. Yeah, we've talked to Bailey sellers. It was someone who went really famous for something very similar. Her father, her father, upon his passing, left, I think he went to the local florist and he purchased flowers to be delivered on her birthday every year until her 21st birthday and her emotional reading of that card and on her 21st birthday is something to Google. But it's exactly this. And. Actually, that alone went viral, but then later Rachael Ray said, hey, we're going to pick up the slack and we're going to keep on sending you those flowers. So that it doesn't end. It's without our dad's notes, but it's a beautiful idea. And I have to I have to talk to her about doing it through circle. Is that something that we do as well? I mean, those are the kinds of stories and I'm so glad that you've seen them too because there's many. There's many like that. Yeah, so people do get it. But it's in conversation like that like this where I think you could say, oh, it isn't overwhelming. I mean, you're talking about you're talking about these beautiful handmade cards, which is that's art. I mean, between your photography and you making them. These can be two. So when you go into the circle at app, it's by holiday. And we have a card for everything. It's kind of funny. But they are cards. But they're different because for two main reasons. One, because they're extremely personalized. You're either attaching a voice message or a video, and

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

06:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Either with the app or my listeners, my audience, I don't know about I don't think my LinkedIn people know, but I like to make him a greeting cards and so this is kind of inspiring me while I have way more than I need right now as I tell people I need about 1500 friends for the amount of cards that I make. The neighbors are going to start just getting them on their doorstep like overabundant zucchini. I love it. It's a really calming, fun hobby. And it doesn't clutter up the house, so it's kind of nice, although I have a big pile of cards that are starting to clutter up the house, but I would like to think that I would do this. One way or the other, because it sounds like such a powerful, meaningful story. And you've probably read other similar stories on the Internet, you know, like flowers were coming and seeing those. Yeah, we've talked to Bailey sellers. It was someone who went really famous for something very similar. Her father, her father, upon his passing, left, I think he went to the local florist and he purchased flowers to be delivered on her birthday every year until her 21st birthday and her emotional reading of that card and on her 21st birthday is something to Google. But it's exactly this. And. Actually, that alone went viral, but then later Rachael Ray said, hey, we're going to pick up the slack and we're going to keep on sending you those flowers. So that it doesn't end. It's without our dad's notes, but it's a beautiful idea. And I have to I have to talk to her about doing it through circle. Is that something that we do as well? I mean, those are the kinds of stories and I'm so glad that you've seen them too because there's many. There's many like that. Yeah, so people do get it. But it's in conversation like that like this where I think you could say, oh, it isn't overwhelming. I mean, you're talking about you're talking about these beautiful handmade cards, which is that's art. I mean, between your photography and you making them. These can be two. So when you go into the circle at app, it's by holiday. And we have a card for everything. It's kind of funny. But they are cards. But they're different because for two main reasons. One, because they're extremely personalized. You're either attaching a voice message or a video, and

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:07 min | Last month

"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"That alone went viral, but then later Rachael Ray said, hey, we're going to pick up the slack and we're going to keep on sending you those flowers. So that it doesn't end. It's without our dad's notes, but it's a beautiful idea. And I have to I have to talk to her about doing it through circle. Is that something that we do as well? I mean, those are the kinds of stories. And I'm so glad that you've seen them too because there's many. There's many like that. Yeah, so people do get it. But it's in conversation like that. Like this, where I think you could say, oh, it isn't overwhelming. I mean, you're talking about you're talking about these beautiful handmade cards, which is that's art. I mean, between your photography and you making them. These can be two. So when you go into the circle at app, it's by holiday. And we have a card for everything. It's kind of funny. But they are cards. But they're different because for two main reasons. One, because they're extremely personalized. You're either attaching a voice message or a video, and that is going to be addressed to one of the family members in your family tree that you add on to circle it. And then the unique part is that you are setting a future date. Any future date. So once that's sent, it's going to populate onto their little page and it's only for them. And it's private and secure. And it's in one place. It's one secure place, so it's easy to locate. It's not, you know, you can't future send an email. No one's going through boxes later. You know, you just want these little precious moments. And it could be many precious moments. It could be, you could take a photo of that card. Or send that personal card and then say, hey, and I have these, I have these digital ones that are coming your way. But once they join your inner circle, they're going to see it. They're going to have a little envelope. And it's going to have the unlock date on there. And then they can save that media. So that they always have it. And so it could be, I like to say, from personal experience,

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:07 min | Last month

"rachael ray" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"That alone went viral, but then later Rachael Ray said, hey, we're going to pick up the slack and we're going to keep on sending you those flowers. So that it doesn't end. It's without our dad's notes, but it's a beautiful idea. And I have to I have to talk to her about doing it through circle. Is that something that we do as well? I mean, those are the kinds of stories. And I'm so glad that you've seen them too because there's many. There's many like that. Yeah, so people do get it. But it's in conversation like that. Like this, where I think you could say, oh, it isn't overwhelming. I mean, you're talking about you're talking about these beautiful handmade cards, which is that's art. I mean, between your photography and you making them. These can be two. So when you go into the circle at app, it's by holiday. And we have a card for everything. It's kind of funny. But they are cards. But they're different because for two main reasons. One, because they're extremely personalized. You're either attaching a voice message or a video, and that is going to be addressed to one of the family members in your family tree that you add on to circle it. And then the unique part is that you are setting a future date. Any future date. So once that's sent, it's going to populate onto their little page and it's only for them. And it's private and secure. And it's in one place. It's one secure place, so it's easy to locate. It's not, you know, you can't future send an email. No one's going through boxes later. You know, you just want these little precious moments. And it could be many precious moments. It could be, you could take a photo of that card. Or send that personal card and then say, hey, and I have these, I have these digital ones that are coming your way. But once they join your inner circle, they're going to see it. They're going to have a little envelope. And it's going to have the unlock date on there. And then they can save that media. So that they always have it. And so it could be, I like to say, from personal experience,

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:36 min | 2 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"It was like New Yorkers were saying. Lady liberty, pour some sugar on me, right? Isn't that what we've been asking, lady liberty to do? For hundreds of years. Yeah, forever. Lady liberty, pour some sugar on me, baby. Come on. I don't know what you're expecting. Yeah, you're expecting America the beautiful in that moment. Not that leopard, right? No, no. But I have to say, whoever was running that, I don't know who was in charge of that. I don't know if it was CNN or the government or whoever. It was a breathtakingly beautiful shot. Not so sure about the music that moment. But it was great. It was just great to look like a beautiful night in New York City. It's fantastic. Max said, wildfire works here so late. And it was even worse at max's house. Yeah, his poor dog. Yeah, I kind of felt like people were working in shifts. They were going, okay, fine, it's hard to thanks a lot. It's one 30, so it's time for us to start now. And poor mojo, he's cowering back in the bathroom, and we're trying to keep him poor little guy. It doesn't seem right, and I don't mean to be the wet blanket on the 4th of July here, but it does seem like after midnight knock it off. I know people are not going to, but nobody does think about the dogs. But get, you know, very frightened, let alone older people that want to go to sleep or maybe I should just shut up. Maybe it's once a year, right? Once a year. Maybe people that have to work in the next morning. The next day. Oh my gosh. You know. This, you know, if you let things go long enough, eventually you'll find a silver lining because this was the first 4th of July that Sam was calm. My dog. Because he's deaf now. And so he was and he's fully blind in one eye and half blind in the other. So every once in a while, he would see something off in the distance in the sky, but he didn't hear a single firework. It's part of the theme of this. Sam's death. Yeah. Exactly. How's that? A Def Leppard in a deaf dog. It was his best fourth in July ever, you know? How sad is that? Why didn't somebody come up with an invention dog headphones? Noise canceling dog headphones. Rather than the rather than the blanket you put around them. Wouldn't that work? Yeah. If they wear them. If they wear them. Yeah, that's right. Anyway, that's what we did. It's bob and sherry. Now, let's open up the bobbin sherry, archive, vault. You have a disaster of a house, what do you mean by that? Oh, I definitely have a disaster of the house, but I have another team to contribute in addition. I used to go to people's houses for a living to, for my job. And 90% of the people would say, oh, I'm so sorry for the myth, and their idea of the best was like the shoes weren't perfectly straight. So when I say I have a disaster of a house, you have a disaster of a house. You give us an example, for instance. My dryer looks like it's threw up. All the time. Because I have clothes just everywhere. I was actually, I've never been a great housekeeper. But I was in a terrible car accident this past December election. I can't believe you survived kind of car accident. Oh my goodness. And now, yeah, and it was a miracle literally that I survived. And but I have a severe concussion. So every time I bend over and then stand up and then bend over, I pass out. Oh my God, Monica. Do you live alone? I am a single mom of four kids. Wow. You have got your hands full. You know what? You get a full pass today. Total. Thank you. So if you were to bend down to pick up popcorn curdles, you'd black out. Yeah. And I have, you know, my Friends will come over. I have friends that are very good friends that have come over to try to help me clean. Because the only way I can do anything is if I sit on the floor and just pull everything to me, I use a rake to pull things to me and separate them into the bags or baskets that I have sitting around me. This is what you have to rate your own house. Breaking your home. When you're bringing outdoor implements into tame the inside of your house, for this purpose. Oh, it's never out. It's your house rate. Don't be judgy bob. It's an earthquake, okay? Hey, don't come right here with your house rig. It's part of the Rachael Ray collection. It's amazing. So, but they come in various colors. Monica, you know, when you say that you have a house freak. The implication is, is that there's just so much crap on the floor to be raped. Is that there is. I have, like I said, I have four kids, I'm a single mom, and my youngest is two and slightly artistic. Monica, Monica. You have got your hands full, baby. Yes. And you know what? I want to hit myself because she knows that. And I hate people who say things like that. Say obvious things. Obvious things like that. Yeah. Well, say something less obvious. Do you like my ideas, the house trade? No, I do like your idea of the house rate. The house rank is good. Here's what I want to know. Everywhere, it's just really hard and if I sit there and I have the right, I can literally scrape everything in the whole room because I have hardwood floors for the whole house and it's plastic. So I can literally pull everything on the floor everywhere to where I am sitting. And I can't bend over and I can't stand up and bend over over and over. Pass out. You know I think you're doing something really wonderful here this morning, Monica. I think there are people, not just all over America, but we're worldwide on AFM. I think there are people right now in Osaka going the house rake. What a plant. I can hear it on TV. I like it. My House is a mess. What am I going to do? It's the harsh week. What a great idea. Yes, the house rake are you tired of your house looking like a pig sty? Well, don't bend over and pick up. House rake. That's a great answer. That's available. Come to the variety of colors. Added won't ruin your floors. And listen, if you act now, you'll also receive the house shovel. Shoveling into the bed. Monica, you are like, you're like a Beacon of hope and a dirty disorganized world. That's a great Monica. Monica, you have a guy in your life? No. But he disappeared under the pilot. He couldn't find him. Max, that was the most perfect music. And he, you know, he's very involved in our kids life. And I actually add a little more onto it. Live next door to my parents and my mom has really disabled. I take care of her. So my dad does a lot of stuff. He does all the outside stuff and makes it that I have magic trash cans that go up on trash day and come back all by wow. We take care of each other, especially kids. That's fantastic. Well, that's what family is for, right? You really are inspiring. And the house rank. I've never had anybody be positive about the fact that my House is a disaster. That's very sweet. No, you came

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"And to me, I was really taken aback by the way western medicine really handles these kinds of complex progressive degenerative conditions. It's essentially diagnosed in adios. I feel like I've almost coined the term at this point. And it was really a line in the sand for me personally where, after that point, I was unable to focus on anything but understanding why my mother would have developed this condition. If there was anything out there from the standpoint of disease modification with regard to diet and lifestyle, that could help her. And in tandem with that, what could be done to prevent this from ever happening to myself to me because I know for the first time realized that I had a risk factor, right? A family history of dementia. And so I became obsessed and I put on my investigator hat and I dove into the medical literature and I had media credentials. I was a quasi public figure at that point, which I exploited. Ultimately leaving no stone unturned to get almost a PhD in nutrition, which I've learned everything for myself, but I've had the privilege of being able to collaborate with scientists and doctors all around the world at this point. I've become a regular core expert on the Doctor Oz show. I've been enlisted by the Rachael Ray show to go on and talk about the latest research with regard to nutrition. I've been able to co author a chapter in a professional textbook for clinicians on how to practice dementia prevention, which is burgeoning clinical practice, which funerals know about, but is something that we can now talk about with regard to the brain. And of course, my books, genius foods, and the genius life, both of which are bestsellers. So I've been able to help people on a really wide scale, but to me it really comes back to my why, the fact that my mom's life was incredibly tragic and I just want to do my part to help others avert the kind of tragedy that.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning WNYC I'm James Camara Sami on today's NewsHour Russian missile strikes across Ukraine including in the western city of l'viv China acknowledges coronavirus deaths in lockdown Shanghai and days of rioting in Sweden over plans to burn the Quran That's BBC NewsHour coming up at 9 on 93.9 FM WNYC It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Leila faldon And I'm Steve inskeep egg fried rice is considered simple to make The ingredients are in the name You want some day old rice you want some eggs You need to walk to cook with If you're a celebrity chef like say Jamie Oliver you better get those little details right though because uncle roger may come after you as in this YouTube clip Egg fried rice It's an absolute classic and I've got a two second into video and I already see saucepan haiya where you're Jamie Where are you going The uncle roger character is a YouTube star with millions of followers and he was created by a Malaysian comic Nigel ng who's on the North American leg of a world tour and Pierre Andrew limbong caught up with him Nigel ng has been grinding it out as a stand up for over a decade now Clubs open back room of bars open mics everywhere He quit his day job and committed to doing stand up full-time in late 2019 Then the pandemic hit and he's at home in London hosting a podcast called rice to meet you with his comedian friend Evelyn Mach One day they're riffing bouncing ideas off of each other I started doing an Asian accent and then with the threw in some attitude there as well to kind of mimic my older generation Asian uncles The kind of uncle that's always talking trash and smoking cigarettes and maybe still owes your mom some money But a lovable uncle who refers to everyone as niece or nephew The name roger is a nod to the type of anglicized name that's a byproduct of colonization in Malaysia kind of like Nigel actually And as for his look DM all my Friends I sent me a picture of your dad So now uncle roger always wears an orange polo Tucked in Huge phone case attached to his belt As for the content he tried a couple different things but what really popped off was this Hello my name is uncle roger Today our react to a video sent to me by a fan is a BBC video of presenter hersha Patel making egg fried rice which let's say deviated from the norms of how an eastern Asian person might make egg fried rice But he was hilariously bad For every one part rice you have you need two parts water It's as simple as that Why you measure water with cup does use finger first joint the finger That's how you measure the water not with British teacup Haiya First step And it just blew up from there The video currently has 29 million views on YouTube looking back now I realize I've combined three things that not many people have combined those things and the YouTube idiom the reaction video The character comedy and then a relatable thing like food Ung took that formula and ran with it reacting to other western chefs botching Asian cooking Folks like Gordon Ramsay Rachael Ray nigella Lawson and he'll hammer on repeated themes that western chefs constantly get wrong about Asian cooking Here's Jenny Lou she runs celestial peach which is a platform dedicated to telling the story of Chinese food I think one of the things that he's sort of obviously taken on is this demystification of MSG which actually isn't that bad for you and is found naturally in all sorts of foods like tomatoes and cheeses Well your MSG You don't use MSG how to make good egg fried rice This is just white people egg fried rice MS Although a lot of you know other sort of food voices have tried to educate on this I think the fact that Nigel does it in a really funny way that's quite a smart way to do it And uncle roger gets to both educate and complain about cultural appropriation without coming off as what Lao referred to as a boba liberal But now we gotta talk about the accent The common critiques thrown out about it is that it's stereotypical It makes Asians look bad This celebrated chef cookbook author and fellow food YouTuber J Kenji Lopez alt wrote in the description of his own egg fried rice video that quote it's ugly it's yellow feast it's not funny and it promotes anti Asian racism At a time when Asians are already being heavily discriminated against Lopez alt declined to talk to me but even Jenny Lao expressed some initial discomfort with the shtick As did Brian sauer a chef at mission sandwich social in Brooklyn which opens later this year because I was like you know should I be supporting this Is this pushing forward a stereotype that I don't really want out there for the rest of the world to judge us based on Sounds also got his own YouTube react channel about food and cooking And for him a light sort of switched when he realized that these western chefs uncle roger was a reaction to were giving Asian cooking a bad reputation And uncle roger calls out the in the exact accent that is meant to demean us So in many ways I feel like it's empowering This debate crystallizes the difference between being Asian American or East Asian in the UK and just being Asian We grew up very differently right I grew up in Malaysia and when a friend puts on that accent it means they are being friendly They're trying to be funny And for a lot of malaysians we hear that And people come up to me off the show saying that when I hear the accident reminds you of home And to me that it reminds me of home too because that's how we talk to each other when we let.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Plant Strong

"They're unsustainable. Anybody can do a crash diet. And lose some weight for some period of time. Usually a short period of time. A month, a few months, maybe a year. But you're not going to be able to keep that up for the rest of your life. And I think you're going to develop some serious problems down the road. So that's my soap box on those. No, no, not a long-term solution whatsoever. So when you're writing this cookbook, were there any foods in the plant based kingdom? That you are not a fan of because of how it relates to cancer. So let me just give you an example. With our audience, you know we're not a fan of process oils. We're not a fan of coconut because it's so high in saturated fat. And we're not a fan of too many nuts just because it's so high in fat. They're so calorie dense and also about 80% fat. So we really want to limit those things. Anything in your research or that you have found in the plant based kingdom that you want to avoid or reduce. Well, there wasn't anything that we wanted to avoid. And my opinion on nuts is not as strict as maybe yours. There are studies on tree nut consumption, reducing risk of colon cancer, for example. And things like that. So we do consume oils, but they're sparing amounts of other small amounts. Not in the large amounts that you see in processed food and restaurants that are on the Rachael Ray show. Sure, right. So small amounts of olive oil, especially if it's fresh pressed if it's fresh because olives are a wonderful food in olive oil has this compound called oleocanthal, which is an anti cancer compound. So, but anyway, so a little oil here and there, but we were very deliberate about using as little oil as possible. And as little salt as possible. I mean, you know, a little goes a long way, especially once you change your diet and.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"When you win top chef, I mean, obviously there's a huge fan base for this. Does that catapult you into the next level of superstar chef status? So the way I look at it is top chef is very much driven off of character and personality of who these people are. And so whether you win or not, it ultimately doesn't really matter. It does from the opportunity aspect, because all of a sudden, yes, you are thrust into magazine articles and you get to have features and all this stuff that just kind of hits all at one time. But not all winners go on to wanting or doing the most public things and not all people that were eliminated in the middle of season go off to disappear. So it really all depends on who you are and I guess what you do with the opportunity. Whether you win or you don't. Because that would seem like once again just kind of going back to dance to the stars. Like there was probably the biggest fan base of middle aged housewives I've ever had in my life. Like you could tell that's the people that watch this show and you're in People magazine and in touch and you're on Ellen and Rachael Ray and I'm sure it was the same for you because that's the segment that reads all of those supermarket magazines and the daytime talk shows and did you kind of do all those rounds? Oh yeah, they put you through the press junket. They throw you into everything. At a certain point, I realized you have to remember too. We aren't you going on Dancing with the Stars. You were already you the famous wrestler. Right. We go on being virtually nobody, except for it in our communities of the chef world and restaurant world. But we go on and then all of a sudden you get off and all of a sudden there's people that know who you are and that are interested in what you're doing. And I'm like, oh my God, what is going on? This is crazy. And so I tried to do it alone for a little bit of time, but then realized, obviously, a manager would help to filter other requests, but I mean, the amount of asks and requests and job offers and opportunities that you get. It can be overwhelming for someone that's never had that before. I worked 6 days a week. I woke up. I went to work and I went home. That's just what I did. And on the weekends or on my weekends, I would go have dinner somewhere with friends. And that was my life. And it just went. Tipped upside down. And I was like, oh my God, what's going on? But once I got a handle on how to operate under this new context of what my life is and realizing that all I had to do was still just be myself. Everything just evened out. Well, because you got a great personality and it's interesting, obviously you said when you first started out you were a little bit anxious and all that sort of thing. There must have been a time when you just said, if I just be myself and just continue to react the way that I would react, that's kind of my personality and that's kind of my persona on camera. Well, it's interesting is that when I tell people my social anxiety does not go away, it's always a part of me. And if I'm around large groups of people that I don't know, I get really anxious and I kind of like go internal. Some people are like, well, why isn't she talking? Like, well, no, it's not because I'm being a bitch, it's because I'm actually really anxious right now and I need a second. I don't know. I think now that I started talking about my social anxiety and I'm like hyper focusing on all my moments. Now you're anxious. I'm like, what did I do? No, I think once I recognized.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

07:33 min | 9 months ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"It wasn't even about Andy Cohen. It wasn't about the house. It was about a baby. Lisa got on the table and twerked. God bless her. Maybe not the place or they're the baby wasn't there technically. It was the shower. Moving on, so when do Williams is slamming and a winter Anna winter is the very powerful editor of Vogue magazine, probably the most powerful person in fashion here in America. So Anna was at an event when he was there too and Anna allegedly snubbed Wendy Williams. Wendy was talking to E about it and said, she thinks it's because Wendy has made fun of Anna's hairdo in the past. When do you guys like to say that she does love adder's hair? But she doesn't believe that you always have to follow what the magazine or the critics say. If you want to wear your hair one way, do it if you don't, she went on to say that Anna thinks she's so cool and she's so Hollywood, but she probably is not very happy with her real life. When he also added to the Barbara Walters snubbed her at the event as well. Do you remember people Garrett who have snubbed you? Yes, yes, no. You do, but it's a matter of do you do anything about it? Like do you take the high road and move on, but you keep it followed away just when you know they come asking for something and you're like, well, they treated me wrong in the past. But yeah, no, I think we all do to a degree. If you let it go, you're definitely a saint and go straight to heaven and right through the front doors, fastpass style. But yeah, no, and I'm sure you maybe back then you have become much nicer over the years where I'm sure there are almost think like, but you've had to have those people of your past. You're like, yeah, you've done me wrong. I don't expect anything. I never have maybe because I'm such a working class kid from an industrial town, a little town in Britain. I'd have really expect anybody to pay me any attention. So when I go into situations expecting to be ignored, if a way to say hello to me, I'm absolutely thrilled. Let me tell you some gossip about Anna wintour. So when I was a publicist, I'd have to call the magazine all the time to talk about my clients. And some of them they liked and some of them they didn't, and they made it perfectly obvious right away. So get this. I used to work for Jessica Simpson and a winter and Vogue would not touch Jessica. They didn't think she was the Vogue girl. I used to beg them, check out the scene never happened. Maybe they could have had Jessica. They wouldn't have just because they didn't like reality stars. You're never going to see Teresa judici on the cover of Vogue. Also too, in my office, I didn't work on her personally, but Charlie, who worked in my office, he represented Rachel reya, and when Rachel launched her TV show, Charlie was pushing to get her a ton of press, Vogue doesn't like Rachel Ray. It was impossible to get Rachel a cover. Alicia Keys I used to work for Alicia Keys. I thought she would be the perfect fit for Vogue because she's smart. She didn't want Alicia Keys. Isn't that interesting? You know, I know you're being a publicist, your job is to fight for your client and get them the best and maximize their possibilities. But Rachael Ray, I think, though, can you imagine putting Rachel in a ballgown in a kitchen with a frying panic be hilarious? I think now it would work. Rachael Ray 20 almost 20 years ago, 15 years ago, it was so new that it would have to be taking a chance, almost as if like putting a reality show star out there, you know, you'd be taking a chance where you think your readers are the sophisticated people, but in reality it's you and I and you know people that are that are sitting in doctor's offices waiting for appointments reading the magazine. It's not all just, you know, people doing crossword puzzles in The New York Times are reading reading your publication reading Vogue. So you know it's interesting just to get the other side of it like why won't I put Rachel? I wouldn't do it. I'm a big fan of high and low. I really am like I like The New York Times, so I also love the New York Post. I like myself the bachelorette, but I also love 60 minutes, so I mix my sort of high and low brow culture together Vogue does not. Look, if you look at the covers of that, it's so interesting because everybody wants to do it. They're not telling the truth if they pretend they don't. Everybody wants to be on the cover of that magazine. Look at that. Oh, I'd love to do it. But look at the covers and you'll be surprised at who is missing what's going on with jeopardy. All right. Well, we're talking about a mix of shows. Let's talk about jeopardy. So first, Ken Jennings, I don't know. He's still mixed emotions for me as a host. Right into a good dog. Ratings are good. But the person, I think the personality, it's very, very dry. Alex kind of like had a little pep to this step. You know, when he gave me the question and the answer can feel to me feels just like I'm gonna read what's on the card and just maybe try to crack a joke, but like a dad joke, but let's talk about last night. So this is what Twitter into a frenzy. So the contestants were answering a question, had a question for $2000. And this is what I love. It was a picture. I love pictures because especially on jeopardy. But it's like a science question where it's like P two equals blah blah blah. I wouldn't get it. But it was a question. And right in our Wheelhouse, it was a picture and the question went like this with the picture. This comedian displayed his drama chops in A Star Is Born, playing Bradley Cooper's longtime. I know it without the picture. Take a Dave Chappelle. And you would have been right you would have won $2000 right there. None of the contestants got it right. And the interesting thing if you watched the clip, you'll hear Ken Jennings go it's Dave Chappelle. Like almost like when your friends like your idiot, like how do you not know what Dave Chappelle, one of the biggest comedians out there in one of the biggest movies of the time? I felt like Ken Jennings was like, I wish I was on the other side of the podium. So that was a $2000. I just led by. And of course, it went all over Twitter. No one knows Dave Chappelle. I hope you all lose jeopardy. Oh, it's terrible. It's terrible, but I laughed at it because it's so true. Have you ever been around a celebrity that you didn't recognize when I first came to America? I was in LA with Bruce and we were at a Jewish deli. It was delicious. And I sat next to Jerry Seinfeld. I didn't know who he was, because in Britain, the show doesn't really play. And so in America, Seinfeld is a huge star, and everybody was going a little bit nuts. I didn't understand what was happening because wouldn't you take away their celebrity? It's just like this sort of guy sitting next to me in jeans. I had no idea who he was. Has it ever happened to you, Garrett? John Krasinski, John Krasinski from the office days. Now early office days, John Krasinski wasn't the John Krasinski we all know and swoon over. So in New York City, walking the streets where our studios are, they are in Tribeca, which is pretty much which I like to call the east coast Hollywood where all of celebrities live in Tribeca and they're they walk around. You could bump into anybody at any given time. Bumped into John Krasinski, had no idea two weeks later watching The Office. I go, that's the guy I bumped into. And of course, now I would have known him in a drop of very quickly..

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"rachael ray" Discussed on Biz, Bevs and Bites

Biz, Bevs and Bites

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on Biz, Bevs and Bites

"During the entire conference. Because I asked her about what was her favorite date night food. Because I actually used to write for a magazine of somebody that is a friend of hers that she has had on her show. And I said, oh, I used to because of my books. I said, oh, I actually used to write for him. We could talk. And I said, okay, what's your best date night food? And she said, remember lady and the tramp? And she said, spaghetti, hands down. She said sucking noodles is just sexy. That was the quote of the entire conference when all over the world. And my producer was like, and I was like, well, I asked for some basic questions like what's your favorite restaurant? But so were all the other things. NBC went on. ABC one, I was the last to interview her. And I got that magic moment. So it's about getting that magic moment, but that was my first celebrity interview. And I was only two years in. Or two months in. Right. So just like you didn't set out to have that magic moment with Rachael Ray. No, no, you know what it was? I decided to be unscripted and I sat down with her and I treated her like any other human being that I would have an conversation with. That's it. You don't need to script things. And I know people get well, okay, so I'm going to put this in two ways. On the podcast or journalistic side, sometimes there are some questions that you want to ask. On the guest side, there are some questions that you may not want to answer. And sometimes on the guest side, depending on who you are, you may want people to actually see the real you. Yeah. So like when I had Don Robinson from en vogue on dawn was my favorite. I mean, you remember in the 90s? Nolan was my favorite. Giving him something he can feel. Like she was my favorite. Hot, cool, sexy, great voice, and she's been on my show several times. She actually sang happy birthday to me. And we keep in contact all the time. She's got some great stuff coming up. And she's a sweetheart. We've become very good friends. But I remember telling her I said, listen, I'm unscripted. Our conversation was so candid and so real..

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"rachael ray" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"What does it mean? What Okay. All right. Okay on as is he all right on your fucking You're good boys in that dorm has done that happens when you don't know you anymore, you know? Yeah. You're necesita Necesito, Okay? Toys that storm as it dies. What? Maybe I got a partnership till my sex to school. He goes to this school. For what? Being on everything, or you tell me where it is. Huh? I don't remember doing that Dawn as she does, or, you know, my ex is no. One single double somebody some money. Holder was to tell Rachael Ray's basis. Aldea de Luna severe in his old man, Your mom's. There was talent entices from person to person or mental defective being exit. There's no enticing, Kohi said No escaping Canton. Not a level, got a.

"rachael ray" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Quick get her wet on my mouth and out class came in between in the puppy thing together, dreamed about Korea with good, just like this for ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever have never things that loan I took your phone and noticed that day, but they rule I blew it. I couId become a magician to Africa. Debra. All parts of me that box of she thinks of he asking what happened to that enemy hands so much about it happened for what reason? May so there's no, that everything? Yes, I will be present on the first big wind. Rachael Ray Jackson. To the way she looked the way you got sent up the river without a paddle. Right now you're speaking about jealousy, Infidelity. Beating, beating and against the G. They be the same thing. Placing the blame people singing a phone that you don't get along with your mama. Miss Jackson. Two. Jackson. Here's what's coming up right at your baby on a new real 93 with everything We made it because you only know like, Oh, you're a robot. I struggled with severe pain from endometriosis and birth control was only taking the edge off my symptoms after visiting the center for innovative G y n care, I knew I was in good hands..

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Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

Larry Elder

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

"Fire has burned the home of cooking shows star Rachel Rachel Rachel Ray spokesman says the extent of the damage to raise home in a rural area of Lake Luzern New York is not clear. Local fire. Authorities say As many as 16 fire departments responded to the fire, which started at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday and lasted until about 3 a.m. Monday. Great tweeted her thanks to first responders and says she's grateful for what she has not what she's lost. Ray and her husband have been filming her show. Stay home with Rachel, two days a week from their home since April. I'm Margie Szaroleta, the

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"rachael ray" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on AP News

"A massive fire has burned to the home of cooking show star Rachel ray I margins are a letter with the latest original response man says the extent of the damage to race home in a rural area of lake loser New York is not clear local fire authorities say as many as 16 fire departments responded to the fire which started at 5:30 PM on Sunday and lasted until about 3:00 AM Monday ray tweeted her thanks to first responders and says she's grateful for what she has not what she's lost ray and her husband had been filming her show stay home with Rachel 2 days a week from their home since April

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Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

"A massive fire has burned to the home of cooking show star Rachel ray I margins are a letter with the latest original response man says the extent of the damage to race home in a rural area of lake loser New York is not clear local fire authorities say as many as sixteen fire departments responded to the fire which started at five thirty PM on Sunday and lasted until about three AM Monday ray tweeted her thanks to first responders and says she's grateful for what she has not what she's lost ray and her husband had been filming her show stay home with Rachel two days a week from their home since April

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Rachael Ray and family safe after house fire

Mark Simone

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Rachael Ray and family safe after house fire

"Under away into what sparked a massive massive fire. fire. The The upstate upstate New New York York home home of of TV TV personality personality Rachel Rachel Ray. Ray. Several Several fire fire departments departments were were called called The The Battle Battle of of fire fire Sunday Sunday night night in in the the community community of of Lake Lake Luzern, Luzern, located located about about an an hour hour north north of all very representative for Ray said she, her husband and their dog were not hurt. Raise on the house for years and has taped episodes of the Rachel ratio in that kitchen during the Corona virus pandemic.

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"rachael ray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Pale BJ on John Cooley this new service of accurately Khatam Tesla could be following through on its pledge to move the factory to Texas unconfirmed reports from the electronic car news site Electrek shows tussle sources looking at the Austin area as an excited for a giga factory last week the Texas education agency rolled out guidelines for school district calendars for next year and there's a lot of districts considering the recommendations but that hasn't included Round Rock ISD at least for now we're not adjusting anything of that matter I have extensive discussions that would have to occur so right now that's that's not something that we're looking at superintendent Steve Flores says August twentieth is still the steadfast date for the fall semester and until there is more certainty about cover nineteen situation any changes could be problematic for the district and friction between the White House and the CDC is slowing pandemic efforts The Washington Post reports federal leaders are questioning CDC information and leadership or kill B. J. right our weather watch ninety one degrees low sixty six get Austin news on demand on his radio kale B. J. dot com we continue to see some slow traffic conditions on thirty five through the downtown area also in around drunk both directions and then southbound on thirty five eleven sixteen twenty six we have reports of a collision this is that traffic backed up to Ben white also watch out for reported Rachael ray Congress in merry street and west to ninety eastbound service road of Brodie lane I Melinda Brant bus is on time traffic store staying at home isn't exactly ideal although it has its challenges.

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How Rachael Ray's 30-Minute Meals Were Born

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:38 min | 3 years ago

How Rachael Ray's 30-Minute Meals Were Born

"Let's I grew up working in the restaurant business so I went to work at the Sagamore managing their restaurants Gig right away my boss there Donna was my friend my very close friend to this day groceries it's a lot of state workers and students and a few generations so I figured if people were going to wait thirty minutes for a pizza they would spend thirty minutes such brilliant business people this is why you shouldn't drink in right like a business plan where I was working as the buyer right so we're we're sitting at the bar and we're like everything they cook and you know it's like a party atmosphere what do you think they'd spend we're as we go out on the selling floor and we sell them our customers we're going to have this cooking glass series food they buy all your prepared food out of the case every day so why don't you teach for your food so Donna came in was my sous chef and we started a three hour class therefore the recipes for that thanks you get five versions of once you learn how who is essentially a month of food that you could prepare for yourself and it was very successful bookseller would buy books because nobody knew who I was unless you lived in upstate New York so I ten thousand dollar check sell cookbooks in grocery bins price chopper

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What Is the Cosmic Crisp Apple?

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:41 min | 3 years ago

What Is the Cosmic Crisp Apple?

"rachael ray" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"rachael ray" Discussed on KTOK

"By bud light that's probably the best one to go to because you're not at area fifty one. the aliens if they are watching. are probably hoping that you get in and spring them. but you're not going to get in the spring them. in late June Maddie Roberts a college student created an event on Facebook called storm area fifty one they can't stop all of us. tell me what a dumb thing to do. I know he claims are just kidding yeah yeah I don't not in the beginning I think only when the when the feedback from the government started coming in did he decide he was kidding yeah and it's I mean Pat this is not something we would have done when we were teenagers I don't know but teenagers we would have done it on the radio the. good morning yes right okay so yeah we would have done it when we were thirty is that we are saying to me we would have done it when we were thirty and we would have done it in a joking way everybody would have known we were joking yes and and it now and nobody would have come right okay the thing is now is there is you're talking to a global audience and so if something catches on you've got a global audience and so you can get half a million not jobs to come and go you yeah that's you're right they are hiding aliens from us lance geram you're not going to get to the United States government you're just not not with five hundred thousand people now with a million people your not you're not getting in to area fifty one they can stop all of you they can't stop three hundred and fifty million or a hundred and fifty million but they can stop you and your friends and they will. you know I first heard about this when my son my son said dad they're doing this thing area fifty one could you know they're keeping aliens and I'm like no excuse me. and he's like come on now he's joking with me but we have talked about aliens before I mean what a waste of space if we're the only ones of course there are other life forms somewhere yeah and what are all the UFO things that are going on but I don't think that they have aliens at area fifty one I don't think they do however what's happened that is made this bad this week is the Pentagon came out again and said yeah that alien spacecraft video that was never supposed to be released as all real it's all real. okay you fired him right back up so. what the hell is the government doing what is up with the alien things seriously. what's up with the alien thing. I I don't know I I don't think they're aliens I I don't know you don't believe like when they say this is an unidentified flying object you believe that's from earth you do some military experiment probably or you know some. I don't know some optical illusion sometimes it could be some natural phenomena there's a whole bunch of different explanations that you could apply to those things I just I don't think that aliens are coming here and just flying around giving people Rachael ray I don't believe the rectal exam media does I mean that's a really bad I mean you fly all the way across just for rental a light one. so you want to add they'll **** book Vance they don't need to do that yeah right now they don't so they don't that alien penetration is not probably alien now I'm just I'm just saying so about I think we would see some I mean I actually hoping. that if the government is you know has to use. you know forced to stop these people this weekend which I don't think will happen you know I I I hopefully cooler heads will prevail and they won't actually rush area fifty one because they're not letting you into it in a secretive military installation despite the fact that the I don't believe there are aliens there there is something there there are secrets in there and they don't want you to know about it so they're not letting you we and they wouldn't let you in if there were no secrets that right it's just an Air Force base they're not gonna let you in there nope they're not going to nor should day they shouldn't okay so I'm hoping if they if they do have to push people back push grow back that they use some sort of like. alien technology. I mean what did that create if they could assist they've been hiding since nineteen forty seven yeah I think would be right yeah I could just beam them someplace else if they be among the Las Vegas lights or Irish. cool the Star Trek sound effect. the whole crowd just disappears the end of that. or the alien rock guy comes out remember the guy in Star Trek that was the alien and made Kirk fight Abraham Lincoln that was a show all yeah that was a lot of a rock yeah that was a show will you have the hot lava rock guy ten being he was noted he conjure up Abraham Lincoln is that what it was he did yeah yeah yeah. do you fired by body heat stress it I think that if that Laval walk guy comes out and says crowd do you find my body he distressing that would be super cool that would be great that would be super cool and then I'll be glad you stormed area fifty one right that happened so I wouldn't mind them using some of the new technology and we have like the thing that makes you vomit have you seen that the park machine yeah. don't know if that's the actual they probably a military has like all the bark machine is it yeah it is yeah that's the technical name for really yeah the bark machine it was some better if it had like X. after yes it but it's ours machine X. it would but it does it does it doesn't zero they use that I would like them to see that you use that let's just we don't want to hurt any of anybody but if everybody throw up everybody throw up would be great also there's that thing that Cubans used on our diplomats they could use that you know the name of that but Courson damages there yeah hearing I guess and you don't want yeah that necessarily yeah they I've I've got I've got a couple things they could use they have the. AFN three oh three less lethal launching system. yeah the F. and three other get the F. in three oh three well the not the F. ed and three oh three yes the less lethal launching system. I have no idea I have no idea they have the string ball grenade. I don't know what the I don't know about that one either is that like. is it likely like this like silly string and again a grenade because I cannot go I want the I have no idea but you might be surprised to be like it's a party breaking out and these are actually real yeah they have the ocular interruption. get the ocular interruption set the one that makes everybody go blind. the long this sounds like something from Hasbro new from Hasbro the non lethal capability sets. the escalation of force mission masa modul. so we got a lot of things that they can use it doesn't describe what any of these doesn't know how. the running gear in tangle men system. that sounds kind of good yeah or the cal traps hello is a caltrop caltrop up okay that in the event three heal three the Leslie the launching system the last legal so it is still legal which is less lethal when the other large existed. a cal drop. is an area denial weapon made up of two or more sharp nails or spines arranged in such a manner that one of them always points upward from I saw that's to stop like cars okay. these are kids I doubt they have cars probably now just gonna be running towards it we should use a caltrop maybe in Iran. you know we can use the caltrop maybe some of the Mars machines that would be good I bet everybody in Iran wouldn't be pissed at us if we were using the barf machine on the Iranians I mean we just make the the supreme council just start vomiting. they're all out there like Hey it's a high holy day and. and they're all vomiting I think that might be a good thing when that be good I think that would be I think the rest of the world would be okay with that I'm just I'm just you know I'm just I'm just saying it may be that that's course I haven't checked with the twelve the mom but I mean I haven't checked with the twelve the mom. wow that was fast. yeah I can hear you yeah this is the twelfth the mom who has..

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Rachael Ray's Natural Dog Food Brand Contains Potentially Harmful Herbicide, Lawsuit Claims

Sean Hannity

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Rachael Ray's Natural Dog Food Brand Contains Potentially Harmful Herbicide, Lawsuit Claims

"Are happening in five states today including a special congressional election in Ohio, democrat Danny O'Connor is facing off against Republican ROY ballers balls Hurson for Ohio's twelfth. District congressional seat it's a solid Republican district but the, racist. Said to be neck and neck President Trump recently traveled to Ohio to hold a campaign rally for balder. Sohn Jesse bomber is a reporter at the Cincinnati inquirer Danny O'Connor has really tried to appeal to both. Democrats. And Republicans he kind of passed to in the seat whereas it seems like Troy balder sin. Is really relying, on those. Republican voters to turn out for him, voters are also heading to the. Polls in Michigan Kansas Missouri in Washington state select candidates for November's midterm elections. Celebrity chef Rachel Ray is facing a five million dollar lawsuit a. New York man claims the labeling on rachel ray nutrition dog food is false deceptive and misleading the packaging tout's no artificial flavors or preservatives but the lawsuit argues that the dog food contains the chemical herbicides used in brands like round up the company that makes the dog food says it's reviewing the claim but stands behind the quality of its products and nonstop service we need tampa and l._a._x. on south west airlines started today the airline which serves thirty four percent of passengers at t._i._a._a. will fly once a day from the bay area to los angeles three zero five at newsradio nine seventy w._f._l. a whether snack s._r._p. invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what do they mean it's so confusing well it was confusing not anymore let me tell you about true price from truecar it's a price that actually means something because it's the exact price you'll pay for the car you want including fees and accessories and best of all you'll know if you're true prices competitive because truecar shows you what other people are paying for the same car that you want so when you're ready.

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