35 Burst results for "Ray E"

An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

True Crime Garage

02:35 min | 3 d ago

An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

"We have three individuals in custody three being charged with murder and the police are hoping that one of them will turn on the others and talk now under question captain. Bryce roads denied any knowledge of what had happened to larry maurice. He did tell cops after talking to them for several hours quote. I need a lawyer man. If you're going to keep all in my face now taylor. The other individual in custody also initially refused to talk and tell detectives what he knew so police are going to turn to this antoine carter the youngest of the three and he decides to help out do the right thing and he tells police. Exactly what happened to maurice. And larry ann wan said that on the night of may twenty-first leading into the twenty second he and bryce roads and the two brothers and jacoby taylor were all hanging out at prices. Rhodes place now remember captain. I said that it was important that bryce roads mom said she was out of town when whatever went down went down ray price as successful and famous rapper guy that he claims to be in. The neighborhood lives at home with mommy. Of course that's because he's spending too much money at the job every stomachs right. So taylor in maurice get into a fight at prices place this is. What's being told to police that. Marie pulled out a knife. Bryce roads hit murray's and took the knife away then an also maintained that larry and maurice had stolen some money from bryce roads. This all these actions leading up to their murder. Now i want to be perfectly clear here captain because it's not clear to me. How much of this is true right. There was an altercation that these two boys stole from bryce roads while since chance at none of that's true but also makes it seem like they pulled a knife and then bryce took the knife away therefore it being some kind of act of self-defence right right because the rest of what an would tell. The police is basically what you mentioned on yesterday. Show that bryce roads afraid that he's going to be implicated for murder by these two young box the he decides the best way to get them not to talk to shut them up permanently and kill

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Andrew Vaughn Helps White Sox Rally Past Blue Jays 6–1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Andrew Vaughn Helps White Sox Rally Past Blue Jays 6–1

"Andrew Vaughan homered and drove in a pair of runs as the white Sox rally for a six one victory over the blue jays Vaughn solo shot in the seventh tied the contest and his sac fly in the eighth was the go ahead run leading to a five run frame until that seventh inning Robbie ray was brilliant for Toronto as he struck out thirteen with no walks Carlos wrote down meanwhile pitched out of one jam after another before departing Garrett crochet we ended up with the wind for the white Sox who have won four of five meanwhile the blue jays have dropped three of four David Shuster Chicago

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St Mark's Basilica Wins Qatar Prix Du Jockey Club

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:17 min | 4 d ago

St Mark's Basilica Wins Qatar Prix Du Jockey Club

"Sean t looked glorious over. The weekend is The ground was officially saw But mendizabal yet again Pulls it off a superb ride in the french. Two thousand guineas Onboard saint mark's basilica and for the second year in a row on foreign reiter last year of This year of course saint mark's basilica he wins the tower predigested club I thought this was an exceptional right but break the race down for his. How goods was Mendez about how good is saint mark's basilica and the race overall. I think he gave him the perfect friday. You was close to the base on. The ray opened up to the front probably a bit earlier than he won't but still did not ask him to go right to wear the new halsey you. What sort of hacienda. And the rim of a a very good dried the good positions of the stock in a tricky feed nineteen runners. Yet the goodrow you make the most of destroy but but also with to shoot that he probably at the best in the race even though we saw some some nice finish from there and there but i think had the best stay in the race just the

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The Most Stylish Food Stylist, Mariana Velsquez

Radio Cherry Bombe

02:06 min | 5 d ago

The Most Stylish Food Stylist, Mariana Velsquez

"Okay so marianna. Let's jump right into this today. You're known as a food stylist but you did not set out to be one. Would you take us back to when you're a teenager about to leave for college. What were your career ambitions. So this is bogota. Nineteen ninety-six necessity. That is starting to sort of wake up but restaurants are few and far between going out to dinner was kind of a unique moment that you celebrate with family but it wasn't the regular regular event. Dan down food at the table in my family was always a constant and everybody in school. All my friends. I went to an all girls school. There were all very good at one thing ray like they were great ideas. Great mathematicians or grading design and. I wanted to find that. One thing that i was really good at and i found that cooking was something i love and that i we do at home with my mom. My grandmother and i started volunteering to make my friend's birthday cakes to bring to school. That's so sweet. And i would see everybody gather and be in all of these surreally symbol chocolate cake recipe and i thought you know what i want to do. Something that i'm really at and that makes people feel this way and so i discovered that you could do that for a living that could be a profession. My parents have a very different idea. Back then was like wait. What that's not really a career right being chef wasn't a thing you did. What did you tell them. How did you convince them to let you go off and do your thing. So i had to idealists one was. I wanna do cookbooks. And they had there was this colombian woman who had moved to australia and come back and she wrote several cookbooks and he named was mighty dig us and we have very similar names funny enough but i said this is what i want to do. Really what are you talking about. You know you're either a chef at a restaurant or you own a publishing house like that doesn't really

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Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

The Autosport Podcast

01:37 min | Last week

Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

"This weekend. Formula one returns tobacco azerbaijan. And a wreck has topped the timesheets. Embrace sessions with max In the one and sergio perez fosters imitate to optimizing back year. The drivers wreath minyard's themselves with the track and clearly trying to determine whether they could push by how much with multiple causes ended up for me escape birds and also a few spins but in max zappin set the fastest time. The one minute forty three point. One four eight of the soft followed by the ferraris of show class and call signs. Daniel ricardo had a good session finishing p five while source spin from his teammate london. Norris but fortunately there was no damage later in the day. Sergio perez the times with one for two point one in f. to attend ahead of his teammate. With staffan by bicol assigns. A red flag was brought out when nicholas the. Tv's call came to a stop to to the engine overheating. i'm not signal at the end of his session. Despite setting solid times throughout the day charlotte took a trip into the barriers at ten fifteen which resulted in him. Losing the front wing and bringing out the safety car an usa interrupting the software runs a face behind him. Offer disappointing weekend in monaco. Things want looking great for mercedes today with lewis hamilton. Even coming on the ray j during the second session of the day saying but he doesn't know what the time is an f. p. one hamilton finish p. seven and voucher us ten whilst. Fb to neither mercedes made into the top ten how much and finishing p eleven a second over pace of such a peres while tasks was down in peace

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Chicago Girl, 14, Chased by Gang Members, Shot in Head

WGN Programming

00:51 sec | Last week

Chicago Girl, 14, Chased by Gang Members, Shot in Head

"Near 48 would Gathered to pray for her recovery tonight. Chicago police She says she was walking with her boyfriend and shot after one of three men who approached them. Asked about her gang affiliation Alderman Ray Lopez says this might be a good time for parents who are still in the gang live to reconsider staying in because of what it might mean for their kids. Generational gang lifestyle Has an impact on all of our Children. Whether they're gang members are not. It's tragic. It's horrific, and it's the most Asinine way of getting shot. The teen is not in the gang herself, but told the men that her mother was the girl is still in critical condition at Comer Children's Hospital, happy ending to the search for a missing 11 year old boy from

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Yarbrough Gets Rays 1st Complete Game in 5 Years, Tops Yanks

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Yarbrough Gets Rays 1st Complete Game in 5 Years, Tops Yanks

"Ryan Yarbrough tossed the race first complete game in more than five years leading a nine two rather the Yankees Yarborough hadn't won a start since August two thousand nineteen serving as an opener much of that time he scattered six hits while fanning six with no walks helping the AL east leaders move for a half game ahead of New York Austin meadows homered and drove in five is Tampa Bay improved to ten and three in the Bronx since the start of last season meadows homered three times in the series Gerrit Cole was tagged for five runs over five innings the Yankees have now lost seven of their last ten I'm Dave very

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Frazier’s 11th-Inning HR Lifts Slumping Yankees Over Rays

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Frazier’s 11th-Inning HR Lifts Slumping Yankees Over Rays

"The Yankees and rays reverse recent fortunes with New York winning a five three decision in eleven innings Clint Frazier's three run Homer off educators snapped a four game New York losing streak while handing the racers their second loss in seventeen games the rays they got off to an early two nothing lead across the meadows to run home in the first off the make or mine but the externally with your runs in the third off Tyler glass now York's Miguel and do harm the rays Kevin Kiermaier then traded homers for three three score that remained until Frazier's aerobics in the eleventh it's a feeling that I'm sure that I won't forget just because you know what we've been going through as a teen when I've been going through individually and you know we needed that win six Yankee relievers threw six hitless innings Tom Merriam the York

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Meadows Has 3 RBIs, Surging Rays Beat Phillies 5-3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Meadows Has 3 RBIs, Surging Rays Beat Phillies 5-3

"Austin meadows third RBI of the afternoon was a tiebreaking infield single during the race to run eighth giving them a five three win over the Phillies meadows also hit a two run Homer in the first inning and now has twenty six RBIs in his last twenty three games the rays rallied after Philly starter Zack Wheeler allowed three runs on just four hits while striking out a career high fourteen over seven innings Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn left the game with a left Achilles injury after stumbling while rounding third on a two run double by Ronald Torreyes the two teams combined for thirty one strikeouts sixteen by Tampa Bay batters I'm Dave Ferrie

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11 Texas Sheriff Workers Fired, 6 Suspended in Inmate Death

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

11 Texas Sheriff Workers Fired, 6 Suspended in Inmate Death

"Authorities in the Houston area say ten detention officers and a deputy have been fired after an inmate died in February from head injuries eleven terminations were announced by Harris County sheriff ed Gonzalez whose apologized to the family of two quarry Simmons and says their trust has been betrayed an internal affairs investigation found Simmons had gotten into two physical fights with detention officers February sixteenth Simmons was evaluated at a jail clinic and supposed to get X. rayed but didn't he was found unresponsive in his cell the next day the officers are accused of excessive force failing to document the use of force not intervening when a fellow officer used force and making false statements to investigators there's also a criminal case under way six other detention officers have been suspended and placed on probation I'm Jackie Quinn

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Moving Forward in the CDL ft. "Rambo Ray" Dallas Empire HC/GM

Esports Network Podcast

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Moving Forward in the CDL ft. "Rambo Ray" Dallas Empire HC/GM

"Better to help me talk about winning championships, then the head coach, and GM of the twenty-twenty CDL Champs themselves. Dallas Empire, please welcome in off Raymond, Lussier, AKA Rambo Ray. What's going on Rainbow? What's up, man? I appreciate you getting my last name, right? That's not that's a rare feat in the in the in the world that we know these days, and well at least years. Where you gotta right? I appreciate it. I mean, I were to be able to give it. I work hard, man. I work hard to get get these last names, right? Lussier. I don't care who it is. You know, they tried like Raymond, who see a it's a nice little rhythm to it, but wage, you're a decorated X Call of Duty player. Now, you're the head coach and GM for the Dallas Empire. Again, the twenty-twenty CDL Champs. I mean, I know, that's kind of, that's kind of, like, in the past rabbit cage. Still feels good to have that label. What nine months later I want to say, oh yeah, I mean that's going to be for Whitney in for Empire and the players forever. It's obviously a cool seat that we got to accomplish off. Without really thinking about much nowadays. We're really trying to focus down and trying to find a way to repeat this year as much as we're now getting into a place where we can start progressing towards that goal. But yeah, I know it's exciting. And so, obviously you this past season hasn't gone off of the best of starts you guys, how how tough has this season been so far for your team and from your, from your end of things that if you like everyone was gunning? Yep. Guys, from the Star like you guys had a Target on your back. I mean, based on their success, early in the season, like we were, we were definitely a team to beat like a month before the season, actually started in probably the first two weeks of the season. So off, we were definitely kind of at a point where we were playing very well. Things started crumbling for us a little bit after that. Obviously, if we're comparing to season the last year this year, it's not too different. I think it's just the the difficulties and adversities, we're facing are coming in a different point of year. We faced adversity, very early last year and once it kind of got the ball rolling, after that event, win things were pretty pretty steady from that. Like, our progression was was incremental. We had a few kind of step back, but not very many obviously nothing like this here and that's kind of the biggest difference. I would, I would say for the season standpoint,

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'System Worked': Man Gets Prison Release After 48 Years

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

'System Worked': Man Gets Prison Release After 48 Years

"After forty eight years in prison a man from Detroit has been released sixty nine year old ray gray pleaded no contest to second degree murder he wasn't exonerated but it erases his previous first degree murder conviction and life sentence for the first time since he was twenty one gray is a free man he told the judge in his own hearing sometimes justice is blind and sometimes justice is hard of hearing but if you touch justice he said sometimes it works for decades great challenged his conviction his latest filing in March revealed a witness now says two other people were responsible but another witness still insist it was gray who was the gunman I made Donahue

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Federal Prosecutor Struck by Stray Bullet Outside Brooklyn Restaurant

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal Prosecutor Struck by Stray Bullet Outside Brooklyn Restaurant

"Was caught in a hail of bullets well on an evening out at a restaurant in Brooklyn on Friday. 34 year old woman who works in Manhattan's U. S attorney's office was struck by a stray bullet well at the Thai restaurant Muse. An X ray taken at Kings County Hospital later found a bullet fragment had become lodged under her eye. Shootings have rocketed 82% compared to last year. The

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Steven Soderbergh's 'No Sudden Move' to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

Filmspotting

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Steven Soderbergh's 'No Sudden Move' to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

"There's a new steven soderbergh movie coming out. Oh really just assumed. There's one every month now. Accurate that is fair but i reference of course there in the question out of sight still my favorite steven soderbergh movie. And there's a reason for it. Soderbergh himself said when asked about making this movie. No sudden move which is a heist movie. The last time. I shot a movie in detroit with a great script and a great cast. Things worked out. Pretty well yeah. He made a masterpiece. This one though. Unlike out of sight is a period piece it said back in nineteen fifty five and is about a group of small time criminals who are hired to steal the documents. Seems like it's simple josh. I don't know if you've heard this before it's a heist that seems like it'll be simple And then something goes off if you want to make a move proposition for you. It's never your fault. is it offensive. Do you think i was skiing. I'm sure there's going to be some interesting socio political elements to the movie being set in detroit in the mid fifty s. A time where you know. Some of the big auto plants are starting to close. You've got this growing class and racial divide. So it's gonna be a grittier piece. It is going to be more akin to something like out of sight. Or even maybe kind of the limy versus the breezy flash of something like ocean's eleven but the cast just like with ocean's eleven is also a big big reason to see this movie and i guess clooney jack fully himself danny ocean himself was originally set to star and had to back out due to the pandemic but listen to this cast even without clooney. Don cheadle benicio del toro. Amy siamese jon hamm david harbour ray liotta karen culkin julia fox brendon. Frazier bill duke. And supposedly matt

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Roku Channel Adds Quibi Shows

Talking Tech

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Roku Channel Adds Quibi Shows

"They listeners. Mike schneider here. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike whatever happened to that video app funny mentioned that i think folks will remember the short live video service that launched in april twenty twenty by former dreamworks animation ceo. Jeffrey katzenberg and former ebay ceo. Meg whitman it got. Its name qube from quick bites or video snacks of eight to twelve minutes ideal for riding the subway or bus or in newburgh or waiting in line unfortunately justice launch the nation shut shutdown with the corona virus and started binging seasons of long form content. So could be shut down six months later in october. Twenty twenty then. In january twenty twenty one roku announced it was acquiring quibbles content for its own growing roku channel and now brokers gonna make a huge chunk of that library thirty shows available may twentieth which roku celebrate to streaming day. That's the day it shipped its first streaming player back in two thousand eight back then. It was called the netflix player by roku because roku he don't know began as a part of netflix and then was spun out of the company. Now some folks have seen this content because qube has more had more than one million downloads tap when it launched initially but for most of this. This is going to be new stuff. One of the shows hashtag free. Ray sean has already won short-form creative arts emmy awards for stars laurence fishburne and jasmine separate jones. There's also show starring sophie. Turner of game of thrones and liam hemsworth of the hunger games and christoph waltz specter. There's also documentaries Called ball and big rad wolf. And there's reality shows. I like christie's court where chrissy teigen presides and the revived punked hosted by chance. The rapper. also. Come into roku this week. A double helping of kevin hart who die.

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Sherrell Dorsey, Founder of the PLUG, Discusses Its Origin Story

Digiday Podcast

02:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Sherrell Dorsey, Founder of the PLUG, Discusses Its Origin Story

"Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast. Today shell thank you for having me. I think it'd be great to start off by talking about the plug and how it's about five years old now ray. It was founded in two thousand sixteen. But it'd be great to kind of get some background on You know who your audiences how it kind of started out as an idea because it started as a free newsletter but now it's this money driving media company. Can you talk about like the origins of the plug. Absolutely so i started luggage mentioned in sixteen as d. That really cover. What was happening across the black tech ecosystem so everything brown what was lounge startups to To finding in venture capital to how cities were starting to think inclusively about they were helping to advance startups as well. Small businesses and that really came out of the necessity of not really seeing rarest in denver reporting and journalism. That really to the deep dive into this trend of more lacking brown founders and asset managers being part of this larger conversation of what was happening in business as technology starting to shape not just society as a whole by our communities and the opportunities that were starting to come on board and be part of that access for lack of rail founders for the very first time and i are background working for startups. I have worked for uber As a contractor google fiber and a couple other rams and kinda my spare time for different locations large publications. I was covering canada. Black tech news on various radically for larger publications just wanting to talent share a different story that was removed from just the general diversity narrative in so for two straight years. It was just the monday through friday. Getting up at five. Am newsletter. Just hoping that people were paying attention and we're listening in so fast forward to today. We do serve a customer in reader base of professionals executives diversity equity inclusion leaders their agencies in other reporters in we relate to leave with data driven reporting on. What's taking shape.

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Is Another Great Inflation Coming?

Money For the Rest of Us

02:17 min | Last month

Is Another Great Inflation Coming?

"Some judgment when it comes to measuring inflation and the pandemic has made that measurement more difficult in countries such as those in europe where the lockdowns were more restrictive. It was more difficult for statisticians to assess how much prices fell during the lockdown period. Because the price checkers were stuck at home in the us where the lockdowns for less severe us decisions that work for the be ray able to get out more and this actually shows up the inflation numbers because the price of airfare for example fell more in the us because the statisticians are able to capture it more whereas in europe a lot more category of prices were imputed rather than check physically one year later the us could show a larger inflation rate because it's being compared to prices a year ago that had fallen further than the countries simply based on how the prices a year ago were determined where they checked in the stores or were they imputed based on price trends another thing that impacts inflation is the weight of the goods and services within the reference baskets those consumption habits might have changed during the lockdown and so the weights might actually be off in episode three thirty we looked at what causes inflation and it comes down to too much money chasing too few goods and services that leads to capacity constraints for producing those goods and services there could be labor shortages higher wages. Paid commodity prices can increase. We're seeing semiconductor shortage around the world and that's driving up prices of goods and services when we think about too much money chasing too few goods and services. We need the money supply to increase the amount of money out there. The primary way money supply increases is through bank lending as banks make loans that creates new money. The second way money is created in the primary way it's been created significantly over the past. Year is rising government budget deficits that are funded by central banks either directly or through government bond purchases

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"ray e" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:20 min | Last month

"ray e" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"It's a bitch you know because of what because well when we call it the he or she would be sabotaging the relationships. I mean. yeah so yeah and so. Wouldn't we call somebody who sabotages relationship somebody who has difficulty with intimacy. That's what we call that okay anyway. So so you're proving your point now. Is that what you're saying. I'm saying no matter what i'm saying. It's much deeper and more multi level than that. What i'm saying. Well just in day to day life. I mean look the patterns. You're on your feet and repeat on a lot of stuff. Are you aware of it. Like what you're questioning just now you do that constantly. I do that kind of questioning. And it's called the technique. Okay you call it. Skill is it. Well i go. I go to a skillful also. I have their this and you know there's much it's what do you guys get into everything. And so when when this topic comes in. Well you know. He wishes me well in the women. Of course we all says to me like you know. It's time now like really. Yeah yeah and i. And i agree with them. And so what kinds of issues get discussed. When it comes to being able to pick. He knows many of my exes because they've been there with me but so so he knows that you don't pick healthily for you. Not that they're bad people. They're just not set up for long term relationship for you. That's that's what you really want. And he knows that these things fail for reasons that you he discuss. Sure so how is he. What kinds of issues are you guys getting into set the groundwork to set the soil. Well i put myself out there. You know what i mean. And i don't are you talking about your mother. Yes or no. You're not talking about your mother in therapy. Oh have i yeah. Are you there now. Kind of going through that shit again because you said it yourself. You said because. I saw my mom and dad and that wasn't good and so you replicate what you see the way you do that. Is you. dig into the trauma. Sure about my mother. And my father's relationship and i thought about i mean you like dad. I mother was more masculine figure in the house like my mom could do three pull ups. You know my mom. You met my mind beater. i think you know know. I don't think so. She's been described to me so many times. I feel i can happen but but your dad was was like ptsd right. He's like injured. No no my dad wasn't injured i. He was passive right very passive super passive. But he was never like he was how was during the war and now he was still think traumatizes should it probably did but he was a brown shirt but he wasn't like he was seeing combat of. Just say okay but my dad was more. Listen i have another fucking brother named ray. You know that's the weird thing. He's a new jersey and he's older for different. Mom named the same fucking name pops way to go you ever get to district. I've taught them what is he's. He's a strange lateral brother. What is your address your dad on this. He passed but i did address them. When i was a kid i go. Hey tell me about this. Other ray i want i mean. He was super when it came to questioning. He was not tit for tat and he was not one to share and we would be playing out in the front yard me and my brothers and my my dad. Their ambulance came by or a fire truck. He getting car and follow them to see what was up. Yeah it was bizarre. You know and he'd sit there and my games and he'd watched my games but he really yeah football games and all that but he played football. He wanted me to play soccer. I can't play soccer. That i'm american at that time you're talking seventy eight. Oh yeah so but my dad. My dad was one relationship after the other to like he before mom or during well before mom obviously had a couple of other families you know and then after mom he got married before he was divorced so so in another relationship right after that case for not great male role modeling. Oh my.

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Your Questions Answered

Therapy for Black Girls

02:24 min | Last month

Your Questions Answered

"This week. I have several community questions that you also admitted. And i'll be answering those in a minute but first i wanted to start by sharing my thoughts about a few things that i have been thinking about this week so i i want to remind you all that we are still in second place for the webby awards so i would love for you to take a minute right now. I know you have to sign up to vote. I hate those systems too. But we really want to win this award if we can also if you will go to therapy for black girls dot com slash a webby and vote for us to be the best health and wellness podcasts. I would have really appreciated. So nex cindy anna will often see like random tweets on the time line and go into a deep dive of omega fish. This so this week we both saw. But cindy sent this tweet to me a tweet by a twitter user tinker sick. Ti in k. e. r. s. e. c. that was basically titled. Oh my gosh my brain can break and so it was a an extended thread by this guy who it sounds like is an info security about basically how he had so much that he broke his brain so he was spending so much time on the computer in doing so much cognitive work that he started to have seizures and so he went to lots of doctors. You know nobody could really find out what was going on until finally he was able to make an appointment with a neuro psychologist. I believe it was and he was diagnosed with functional neurological disorder and so he basically in his words he says 'i depleted my brain of dopamine in glucose. So i did not even know this was a thing and neither did cindy and so we started thinking like oh my gosh so just one more thing ray for us to be anxious about like how is this possible so i started doing all this research around like. How do you even test. The levels of glucose in your brain which then led me to finding that spinal tap basically was the only way to test is at least from my preliminary research. I am by no means an expert in this area and so we were both just really fascinated by this thread because again. It wasn't something that we even was possible. But i also think it is just a reminder that we can really do damage to ourselves when we do not take a moment to

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"ray e" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:21 min | Last month

"ray e" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Isn't there something about like. Peter pan complex. I wonder if anyone said that sentenced today in this country. What's the deal with jammed. Barrett was the appropriate in this country. By way you just turned off a lot of berry heads listening all very very men berry women who said that recently. They they're like i don't like fruit. Sal i like berries joe berry's i love cells accent. I agree with her husband about work. John john pork about being the best meat pork portland off. But you know all the think about this and all meets our gross. Yeah salami beef skirt. Beef is gross. Were to you ride chickens. Not a bad word chicken. I said it grossly but Ports the best though if i to eliminate bribe rather fight to save one meet I would definitely say pork over beef. Chicken yeah lamp. You've you're corker from way back. You know. I i but to news about the impossible greatly. I know it's going to say this is stuff that keep thinking what jane goodall set and how important is to not eat. I aspired eating less meat. How important that is Stupid yeah i know and i in fact park is is an agreement. One of the things. I think the thing that would be hardest will be part is for me to give up. Which is soup dumplings lobsang. Bow xiaolong shell. I am so confident. and showed excellent tumbling house in new york if you're looking for really delicious dumplings. They've all different types vegetarian too. It's a great place right place. But i think the technology behind impossible burgers is getting better and better and i bet in a few years or sooner. They're going to master y- how to replicate bacon. Oh for sure other pork related foods in such a wonderful wet who sang that somebody with real authority. Somebody who like an expert was saying that that that will happen for sure i forget. Who but it it. Seventy not us. Who has authority was saying. So i look forward to that that could save the world. it could that the companies designing these foods are going to be the heroes for sure. I mean if our civilization is florida's euros yes yes enemy to laugh but xiros. That's a long. That's another thing that you can't say. Heroes right i think you can say heroes can also shiro's yeah but but like heroes. He is not implied. That's not a part of here. I mean i know. Blighters are but hero doesn't comply mass. I know okay but she has become a popular word to say it. Has i see that a lot on social media. You do quite a bit okay. Was that your stomach. Yeah are you hungry for impossible. Bacon that i hate to say this but that was not hungry noise. Okay no more well. Also you may be food. You made a delicious pasta last night. That i think rachel ray would have been proud of from the jamie alr- cookbook yes. I wonder how she felt about me..

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"ray e" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"ray e" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The least of these. Thank you bob. Two focus metaxas show on the show. Typically we have guests and why should now be any different Right now we have somebody. Who's the head of pd labs. What is pd. Labs you're asking. I'll tell you what it is. It's a sponsor on this program. Otherwise i would not have heard of it The head of it is ray solano. He is who my guest. Ray salona welcome to this program. Well thank you for having today really enjoyed your show by the way really thank you. Thank you very much now. I want my audience to understand. They're going to hear ads on this program before we get into. You know other things. What is pd. Labs it when you're advertising on this program. What are you advertising. Just so people tracking. It's good question at a p labs is short for prescription dispensing labs compounding pharmacy nationally license. That personalizes medications for patients in conjunction with prescription orders from physicians and we also create formulas and for news for patients. Because guess what. Everything is an off the shelf. Everybody doesn't have the same shoe size. And everybody doesn't have the same prescription. So that's what we do we customize medications for patients. So how would that. How would that work. Somebody's listening program. Here in ad for pd labs and why would they turn to you. Because the the there's another they have been some confusion maybe with how they get their prescription and you guys would sort it out or what. What is what is that. What do you mean by that. Well that that's a good question. We hear all the time. We have Physicians that work with us that you know right custom formulas personalized medication for hormones or nasal sprays all the time and it's very simple we contact the patient and get their shipping address in their and their payment information in email and we ship it to them and you usually get the next day or the day after so it's very simple Today to be able to get these medications And we make it easy and affordable as well but you know what we really personalized the patient to make sure they get better so it's not just send it to we follow up with them and make sure they it does word. Says it's going gonna do well. This is great. I am glad you listened to the program. So let me ask you some questions. Generally speaking because i don't get to talk to Pharmacists doctors on on this program very much. What do we need to know about cove it that were not hearing. What is your perspective on it right now because it's been there's never been anything so confusing and so strange in my lifetime I mean i remember. The strangest thing is when all the information was coming out about hydrochloric win. And then it's almost like the anti-trump press decided to to to smack down because they didn't like the president. I thought surely they wouldn't do that..

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"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:44 min | 5 months ago

"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Like martha a film. They love the film. Everyone loves the film as clark fehmarn. My son fame more lives in south carolina. So unfortunately he does he get to see him every day but they have a great relationship. Buffet mars helped me. As far as parenting is concerned. Because i was more of a disciplinary moreover streak sped araya kinda guy during times i was raising him and he told me as a grownup that i didn't necessarily have to be that all the time. Because he said there was sometimes she felt frightened or scared to to open up to me. Because that's how i was dealing with him at the time it wasn't it wasn't right apologize for but it's something yeah is right to take. You know acknowledged with my son i. It's it's one of the things i discussed with my wife to is like when we are disciplined. You don't wanna go to hard over the line where you. My oldest is a freshman in high school. We want him to be able to come to us. Be transparent about the things that are going on. And i feel like if we push that too much. They'll start to withhold information and stuff like that. Not wanna come to us which i think would really be A detriment to all of us. So yes yes. Similar thought process here. Yeah well listen ray. You've had all this accessible ready here with film and everything else that what's next for you. What kind of projects our goals. You have Coming up here will. There's the book. I'm doing a book about my life as well. That'd be a lot more in depth than the movie could possibly cover band on disney platform I have a foundation. I started to ray safety net foundation ery safety net dot com and it's basically geared towards helping individuals like myself families like my family who who have A hint of dysfunction. But with the right guy that's could could come out and make the world a better place. I started a trucking company is safety freight in a move rate throughout the country using between six foot box. Shucks started a. I've been speaking. But i'll be doing that a lot. More given the platform have now. And so i'll be doing a couple of speaking of range. Our engagements Four or five times a month hopefully is the plan. And my passion is investing. So i like doing that as well. You good. i'll definitely drop a late to foundation description of this podcast episode so my listeners can tap link and get over there and check it out eats. We're blessed to have you. I think it's really awesome. Your voices so well needed right now in our society. So it's good to see people like you out there. Spreading your message of positivity. I think it's great and the last thing i wanna hit you with here. I love to ask all the data. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that that new dad orphan that about to be father. Who's out there listening. Start with yourself Similar to when you're on the plane and they tell you to put your gas masks on first before assisting other is is the same process and everything and i think Before you you. There's a issue with your child. See if there's an issue which you first because normally that's the reaction off with something that you have gone so Give an example real. Quick fade wasn't doing well in school when i first get custody of him and i went to my main mentor. Gentleman named jeff davis phelps mission. I do apologize but he told me he asked me a question. He said well great. Have you been helping with his homework. Every day Have you want to all this parent teacher conferences. Have you reached out to a tutor to get him any help. You accident didn't need any help. And for all those answers of my answer wasn't yes so he said it sounds like wasn't doing the things that you need to do and as a child they get accused from you in so might also Was big expectations. Because fars your child knows you're there died on earth. You're their person tag You're the person that tells them whether or not the things that they're doing in their life is okay so have have great expectations for your kids during big for them so they can only dream big yourselves then that that will be my advice. Yeah awesome message I love the contact here. I it's an honor to have you on the podcast. Ray ray mcelrath first last five all the way and thank you me a few minutes you time here on. I last november back to wrap things up here. I i gotta give a special. Thank you once again to ray ray mcelrath bay. That was so cool. You sent me up on twitter guys driving on instagram. let me know what you're.

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"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

06:58 min | 5 months ago

"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"It's not about your mortgage not about nothing other than getting air and that's kind of what it was like as an addict when it comes to the tunnel vision when you're in it so i really related to some of what was going on here. What is how is your relationship with your mom now. And how is she doing today. Mullet marisha mother's always been great Even through the tough times and you know every day as as you as an attic that then it's a process that is every day every day is Into just getting through the day as always to go and she's been doing pretty well. Considering everything is gone on a lot of attention has come away and she's she's taking will and as far as the attics parts of in the movie. I thought like due to being disney. There was things that could necessarily be touched. That i would've loved to delve into because a lot of people going through that situation Phil alone and i want them to know that they're not alone even because you didn't see a whole bunch more tough times as far as addictions concern which i think is important. Because i don't think the the world in general understands that site in in what it takes for those individuals like yourself to go through this like in every day glad that the film does touch on a little bit because really alcohol and drugs really are crippling our society and i think one of the other things. I mean my podcast here. I talk about all the time. The fatherless crisis we got a real father crisis for too many kids growing up without a father or father figure in their life and that takes toll on our communities as well and who who is it. And i think the film shows importance of having a father figure as you were to younger brother. Who was you. Say where you were Father figures that you had in your life up your positive male role models american traitor. Pike logan novel from new york times bestselling author. Brad taylor is now available. Wherever books are sold it is already a number one bestseller on amazon tapped. The lincoln the description of today's podcast episode to pick up your copy of american trader. Pike logan novel. From i last father brad taylor and who is it. I think the film shows and importance of having a father figure as you were to younger brother. Who would you say where you're Father figures that you had in your life growing up your positive male role models a team of maybe ten to fifteen guys that were contributors and my whole mess racial process From my coaches from the first coach that took me he was my ten and under football coach and he took me in for for wet. I 'cause i guess he saw something in me and He loved me and he took care me. In general his name is markets causer. That was my first coach. May you basketball coach gentleman. Tony hill my high school principal Gentleman named our own. I mean tarot smith and then as tyrone hill who were Mentor as well as the gentleman named john bell who was very instrumental throughout my lack. Well just a bunch of guys. I can name fifteen other attorney. Who looked out for general name. Max hirsch and he was a he is always been there for me to give me any advice needed in but that village along with a bunch of different other coaches in administrators that have been involved as well in not to say all the people that reached out from clemson and clemson family and fans. And everyone else has been. It's been a long. It's been a process of were helped. Yeah awesome and bringing it back to you as a father here. What type of disciplinarian are you as a father As a personal trainer is is my background so a lot of my discipline is what they call opportunity. And so it's not necessarily as a i want to give it a negative negative connotation all time. This is your opportunity to get better so you did some things. Here's your opportunity to make things right to fix some of the things that you may wrong so as a disciplinary. I'm pretty. I'm pretty low crazy. I'm a little crazy but more so just a training and so Push-up position crawls up. Downs jumping jacks wise. That's typically how. I do discipline as far as i'm concerned typically don't do anything physical forest touching is concerned I figure is not necessarily. Because i'm i'm here as far as presenting so there's no reason for me to put my hand on because you can tell by my facial expressions if i'm Bothered per se though. I'm over in pretty crazy as a disciplinary but and to actively as opposed to punishment. Yeah cool yeah. I got four kids myself so i'm definitely a little bit All over the map when it comes to discipline each one seems to respond to a little bit of a different so be it so it's definitely learning what what works. Best for each kid down coaching. What would you say what was your saying. What would you say are the top values that you hope to instill in your in your kids growing up Perseverance a vulnerability 'cause i was signed and i so often i was taught growing up. You had to be tough on time and it was doable. A lotta times. Due to my situation and things that i was going through and so there was. There was some parts of me that needed to be extra tough but As a grownup i realized that this That part is not necessarily needed. It was needed for what i was going through but not for. Everyone might son doesn't have some of the same hangups that i had when i was younger so he doesn't needs to develop survival skills although i would love him to have survival skills but just in the manner in which developing i when i will go through it that way. So they're they're hand millions of virtues of patients Empathy sympathy all those ages Things i want my son to understand and know how to work within those parameters and use those feelings to make his life. Yeah really well said rain. how how. 'bout these as far as the relationship between your brother. Fehmarn your son..

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"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

07:00 min | 5 months ago

"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Meal campus and find the motivation to clemson has given me the opportunity to change my life coaches martinis. These men are brothers to begin to safety now streaming on disney plus joining me. Now i glass father. Ray mcelrath bei welcome to first-class fatherhood doing out there all right. Let's start like this. How many kids do you have. And how old are they. I have one biological son He's saturday but i have several Kids that i guess. I take responsibility of Probably a another three. That i take responsibility of innocent somewhere from fashion that help but their maturation process life and then that was my brother will have custody of them have come to my siblings but their now grown so. I guess. I'm not sure if you still classify as kids of my. I'm not sure how to label even when that did have custody of. Someone asked me. If i had kids. I always canada. So kinda sorta. Yes but i. My dad was that person. Relax relaxed. I got older but Where you you take on a lot of kids that they might not be biologically yours put in in the sense of responsibility. You still have shirt. Yes yeah very well said and if you could just take a second here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background and what you do. Well i'm ray ray met gareth bay The movie safety of most infamously Right now that's what i've known for at this very moment. But i'm a father assigned a brother a friend and all those great things and a miniature unique position because of the manner in which i came up in the village that raised me in the fathers and father figures that contributed to my life in. The movie is about me raising my younger brother while the freshman will it was my sophomore year. Fresh redshirt freshman year in clemson as football student. Athlete though I raised my brother. Get a bunch of press. Due to the situation in in the manner in which raising things that i was able to accomplish up into that point in this point in my life. So that's just a few things about me. If there's a get more specific again no listen to story is credible. What i find odd today a lot of young couples. What they'll do is they'll get themselves a dog or a cat to try to simulate themselves as being apparent which i find a little awkward you had a real trial. Run at this with your With younger brother coming up what how did becoming a father. A biological father had that kind of change your perspective on fatherhood and what made it a different for you than raising younger brother. There's not too many differences as far as i was concerned I guess there's sense of more ownership when you have the biological because You know from some rudy to the two-day from the start to finish I have been contributed my son's life so there's different expectations that i have as opposed to win our received my brother or when i gang custody of my brother due to the fact that understood that he had been through different things that seem different things so he wasn't necessarily prepared as i say my son or used used to me as my son is becoming a father. Amandus one of the great joys of my life I heard a quote where you know your kids are. You know it's is is your heart walking around outside your body protected and I guess the best analogy you for. Because i feel like would my son is just my heart outside my body. Just you know doing this thing running around trying to enjoy life and I think there's no greater joy in the world in becoming a father and the contribution you can make into your child. Life and not only to the world through a chow are significant as well. So been one of the great things academic bottle. Yeah really good stuff. Ray and i remember hearing this story wild back while this was going on what was the. What was the genesis of disney approaching you for the movie. How did that all start to come about for you. We'll disney then come along into the pitcher into fourteen thirteen years. After the story broke the producer. Who i worked with a gentleman named march. Charlie had done film for disney prior to doing my phone with disney but disney initially Passed on it. 'cause there was I guess the question was what we end with because it was my life story but at the time i was nineteen. So the interesting but i've done movie. Mean movie deals with several studios before disney. So it's just been a long process just got canisius. Wait and hope for the best for the most part is you can shop your story as much as possible but A lot of times. It's the process and the producer told me it will be a process and i'm glad we finally made it to the senate and now did you have any kind of input are says Who would play you in the movie. And how did you feel about the the actor that portrayed in the film. I got to consult on the movie From start to finish. So i watched audition tapes of everyone who auditioned to play me there about three hundred guys that edition for the road. Then no the short list from the shortlist. Well i didn't have the final. Say on who they picked They let me you know At my little two cents in the director was always What's the word. He was always welcoming with any suggestions. That i had as far as what i would like to see done in script would like to see done in a movie and just things that were either true natural things that were a little bit too much on that somewhere so i was pretty involved in also got to play applying the mood as well. Yeah also one of the parts of hits me. I'm a recovering alcoholic and an addict myself and one of the parts really hits like seeing the scenes that they play with your mom in it. And it's i just. I try to compare it to being at the bottom of a swimming pool. And when you know you run out of oxygen. You're only thought is getting up and getting air. It's not about your family..

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"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"ray e" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"The journey of ray taking custody of his little brother who was headed for foster care due to their mother being placed in a mandatory rehab. Ray hides his brother on the campus as friends and teammates begin to discover his secret and start helping them out. The ncwa gets into this and their rules prohibit what it considers boosters student athletes and ray was in danger of losing it all but he took on the nc double a. And a case that was made famous and the premise of the phenomenal disney film rates or care of his brother and his brother broken into the role of father a title which he now proudly holds a son of his own. If you haven't seen the movie yet highly recommend it. It's a great movie to watch family. It's an honor for me to have ray on the podcast railway mcelrath they will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview at today's interview wit- ray ray mcelrath was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch a youtube channel. If you'd like to watch today's conversation. Please subscribe to first-class fatherhood on youtube. The link to that is ended description of today's podcast episode. Okay and next week. We're going to go from the college football fields of the wrestling ring. Wwe superstar aj styles will be joining me on the podcast wwe network just premiered a untold aj styles royal rumble debut. That's now streaming age as an awesome guy a first-class father all the way. So don't miss our conversation next week heading into the royal rumble on the wwe network around. Make sure you guys follow me on instagram at alec. The school all the upcoming guests announcements. I got some big ones on the way you guys were enjoying the podcast. Please leave me rating review on itunes. It really goes a long way to help me out and as always guys please tell me. Spread the word about the podcast. Every father in your neighborhood or in your contact list. Let them know about the show is celebrating fatherhood and family life fatherhood rocks family values rule and every day is father's day right here with me and i'm gonna be right.

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"ray e" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

"That's why that's why it works. That's why the search thrill. Yes if my buddy who needs money yeah I can win money from and by the way it's not a lot of money. It's not a lot of money. I this is a limit to amazing to me because it makes total sense. Because you do play like Blinds are going up on deal. Deal to free fucking Ramana care. Them lines are going up. I know you've found a way to get the same thrill as if I was betting a million dollars and then I also do mind bets which is a whole nother. Mind Bat. In other words I'll be on the golf course and you're also very good at golf poker and golf for your to like thing. I'm not very good. I play I do it a lot. I'm obsessed with golf but I'm not very good but you don't have to be good to be obsessed with it and I'm a I'm a I'm a little above you play. I didn't you just play in something you don't have to be good to play in the amateur but I do a my. I've made I've I've done this thing where I make my bet and get a big thrill out of it but it's kind of almost yes weird ruining because we got out of control where okay if I if I don't break ninety. I can't watch TV for for a week. Or whatever all aside bets in my head gives me the thrill like I've got a million dollars on but this is no joke. I can't go back on it. There's no like well just don't do it. No I've Made A. I made a Packwood Guy. I and I'm so you yes but I've had like where and I had to put a limit on it because I had put a forty eight hour limit on it because I would lose TV for the summer. Yeah this is yes so I had to. I had to myself put him. What's the brain that you punish? You Lost Your own bat. What's the craziest rally crazy things? But there's like there's like I would say I can't watch TV in bed. I don't know if you watch TV too so I can't connecting again hit watch. Tv in bed for like a three days. Okay so they'll be in bed with my wife and I go. I can't what she says. Oh no and then I made. I would find loopholes like well if I'm sitting up like like if I'm laying down going to bed. I can't watch TV. So I found a loophole. That if I'm sitting up that's it doesn't count. Yeah you found loopholes okay which is liberal but it is to sit up your pillows right there and you have to watch TV sitting up and so on enjoyable but you did this to yourself because you failed yourself and you didn't hit that ninety ray. You don't deserve to lay back in back. That's right right but but one night I remember my wife said how long ago was because I wanNA watch the Sopranos. We take this so she put it on so she so she put it on and I go well if she puts it on. I'm allowed to do whatever I want. This insanity well listen to this so I'm allowed to do whatever I want so I- i- laid-back in better go because she put it on your still watching it just puts. I'm just like a passenger out. You can close your eyes. No I made the turn. I accepted the rule that she's watching it. She chose it. I can't tell her so. I can lay back on my pillow and then in the middle of the Sopranos. I looked and she was asleep so I had to lean up for the rest of great. What is your wife's reaction when you get in bed? She's like let's Watch TV. And you're like I didn't hit a ninety today to living no she. I'll tell you if she wants to. I'm allowed by the way that loophole. I Call Bullshit on and now my voice is going to be in your head next time you have it. I've already out ruled. It takes a while and then I say I agree with you. That loophole was waiting. That's cheating but now she does your husband outright to watch. Tv The same right. So we're the opposite. I like to stay up so I think when I go golfing and I come home and say lost a mind. Bet She's happy she goes. Oh thank God. She doesn't have to hear the TV at night. She likes when I lose the mind by. Here's where it gets in trouble like. Here's what what I didn't have a limit. It's forty eight hours out. Whatever I punish myself with it can only be forty eight hours so used to be unlimited so I used to go on the road like when I was on the road and my buddy who opened for me John Lottie. He's a golfer to and I would lose. Sometimes I would lose golfing privileges for a month. You know and I and I remember one time. We liked all of this stuff. This is my favorite light up. My friend said I remember telling him I eight John. Because we were going to Dallas to do a GIG. Don't bring the clubs to Dallas. Because he feels like I lost the mind but I'm not going to be golf. And he goes. He looks you know because when you were ten years. Old Father Stuck his thumb in your ass. I can't golf now in. Dallas will say what happened to you that you are giving yourself these really weird rules but I because I am sort of Psych Nash. It's it's definitely I mean. You've got serious issues undiagnosed. Ocd is on not is undiagnosed. But I have like a kind of an anxiety disorder kind of thing that's been shrink for since I was in my twenties. Yeah they're helping. I don't know because I have a therapist. Where who do really like her. And no offense but I found out some people in my life. Also go to her. This is going to get me in trouble very not be worse. Maybe they'd be worse. They've been there for a while. And I'm not seeing any importer. Look I feel the same way? Is it like a chiropractor where you never get? They just want you to. There's no incentive for you to get back but I don't like the Guy I'm going to even and I actually really like mine. Although he did say something funny the other day I I brought up this story where I gave my son's a a scenario I said this. Isn't that good parenting by the way Yeah but kids are old enough. You don't need to good parenting. I know but this was. I was telling a story from when they were younger. God said actually no it was. You're right but I still shouldn't bring it up. I just said Hey. If the whole world went blind instantaneously the whole world is is blind. There's no cure for it. Do we survive as a species and I am twin twin boys and they were fighting it out once said no one said yes and we brought up every scenario. How did you get by the way this is me? I love hypothetical that I could do this. All you ever need someone to do this with your kids are like Dad. Fuck on me and I will do this with you all say oh. I like these long so we were arguing about it and I told my shrink about in this but I was going on and on about this story and then I look at them and I go. What do you think this is exactly what he said? He goes happy to say. We're out of time all right. We're GONNA take a quick break and we will be right back guys. We all want do the right thing to keep our bodies healthy in the long run which you know. We try to eat Kale and green smoothies. And all that other stuff that were constantly putting in our bodies but we're probably most likely not getting all of the essential nutrients that we need on a daily basis. Which here we are come on an ritual. Vitamins it's the obsessively researched vitamin for women. They realized that there's really only nine nutrients that you need to support a strong foundation for your health. You don't need to have all the.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"It makes it really moist a little bit and always also gives a good rise to share your cooking tips military radio please go to one seven seven milk street dot com slash radio tips next up let's hear from regular contributor Dr Aaron Carroll Dr Aaron Carroll Welcome back to Millstream always a pleasure and what is on your mind this week I thought we talk about chocolate and now it's not nearly the health food that a lot of recent media has made it out to be oh boy really well because I feel like to say it's not as good as they're saying I mean come on it's chocolate it's candy it's not healthy well okay but my wife's a health nut and from time to time I investigate the Pantry to see what strange things she's bought recently and the Chia Seeds Cacao Nibs right so those are very much part of the sort of wellness diet right cow so I mean first of all it's important to understand that what literature medical literature it exists is often looking at specific component specifically cocoa flavonoids and there have been some studies which show that if you get a certain dose of cocoa flavonoids did it might lead to slate reductions in blood pressure because they have an effect on blood vessels like nitrates do we of New Year people get treated with nitrates when they have a heart attack at opens blood vessels it allows for more blood to get where you need it to be an that will also lower blood pressure but if you if you look at sort of the dose in some of these studies you'd have to eat about four and a half ounces of dark chocolate to get that dose of flavonoids that's like seven hundred fifty calories if you're eating milk chocolate you'd have to consume about forty ounces or about fifty eight hundred calories in order studies which they all do they do let's say they do twenty studies twelve of them are not supportive of their product and those get dumped in the circular file somewhere in the eight that actually shows some promise in support get sent out on the PR news wire and we see this with farms

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Be taking more of your culinary questions welcome to milk street who is on the line hi this is Allison Allison where you calling from Idaho Oh nice how can we help you today okay so I have a question we have some friends who are Romanian and they had a dinner party and they serve the traditional though vegetarian version of the stuffed cabbage rolls and they were totally different than any other cabbage rolls that I've ever had and they told me that they usually pickle or do something with their whole cabbage heads and I'd never heard of that before and I thought it was really cool and I thought well that would be really fun try it and make but it's really hard to find pickled cabbage heads and I thought well I wonder if I could put in Sauerkraut or something to kind of mimic just that little bit of a tango with them but I couldn't find anything online that would answer that question so I thought I would ask you guys well first let me ask you questions so for these stuffed cabbage rolls was the average it's self pickled the role part that had the stuffing in it I mean where was the pickled cabbage so they take the whole cabbage head and they core it out and they put it in a brine in there like they did it themselves in buckets and then they let it pickle like in a cool place like in a garage or something like that the cab chat is pickled and then they roll the filling and then I think they actually cook there's over a fire because there's a little bit of that smoky hint to it okay the stuffing what are they use for the stuffing you know I don't know I'm assuming that it was some type you know how there's like the beyond meat and rice in it to okay the unique flavor was that cabbage cabbage because it was just a little bit pickled and it was so good this kind of cabbage dishes like Bosnian Croatian Serbian Bulgarian sort of thing that there was this website called Balkan fresh so I would check that out because it's sounds like you don't WanNa make your own Chris is that sort of thing you would make a whole their two ways to pickle one is from inflation which was salt and water and that's what they're doing here taking heads of cabbage putting a barrel putting some seasonings if you like obviously Brian Making sure that submerged covering weights and letting it sit usually it's a good and salt and flavourings and that's only you wouldn't do a whole cat leaves and you can do that overnight and that would pickle the Kennedy and put them in that mixture or would you just put them that mixture raw will if you're going to wrap into cabbage rolls stuffed cabbage you would not blanche I I don't think I would just let it sit in the city make sure your and then the next that's an interesting idea I- Sauerkraut won't work because it's already shredded I think actually I'm going to buy some heads a cabinet I think the idea of doing whole heads of cabbage that are cord is real simple you just need a big barrel and throw in some chilies and some chilies would be juniper by you know it's quick pickle or go check out Balkan fresh and see if they have the frozen sour cabbage head either way you do it if you do it just make sure it's fully submerged yeah and but in a cool dry place yes okay all right take care all right yes l. okay thank you thank you welcome to milk street who's calling this is Patricia from Philadelphia Patricia from Philadelphia. What can we do for you today I have some yeast questions so concerned earns instant east versus regular East right normally I always have regular east around and then I will read this recipe that looks interesting good I know it's like Duh because it's faster but my second question is if I run across one of these recipes and all I have at home is the regular is there I sorta algorithm of you know using a little more giving it more time that would allow me to substitute their regular for the instant aw we can answer all of your most of your questions first of all regular active yeast has a lot of dead yeast cells around the outside of the granules and that's why you have to proof it I in some warm water to activate because otherwise it'll take too long the reason people call for instance a rapid rise is those dead yeast cells are not on the outside and therefore you can actually just add the yeast directly to the flower the dry ingredients you don't even have to prove it so it just moves that step so that's why people call for secondly you can substitute actor dry for instance Easter vice versa one for one because I hate looking at a recipe and thinking oh but I was gonna go by the rapid rise Neil you know once you run out of your supply of active dry yeast I wanNA consider getting from King Arthur Flower Their Label SAF which is the instant yeast and they tell you to just keep it in the freezer and then you just got it all the time you save money you don't buy those little packages it has Chris said more little granules of yeast that are alive than the active dry used great okay I'll go get that too thank you so much thanks for letting me talk to you and I love this section of the show that best of all of course it's the best it's always Chris does without just useless I know thanks for your call thank you very much either a high this is radio now it's time for one of our listeners who will reveal their best culinary hack hi my name is Hannah and I'm calling with the cooking about baking when I'm speaking generally liked her place some of the dairy or some of the oil with either Sour Cream or yogurt and then I like to add half a teaspoon extra of baking soda and.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"It is time to chat with J M Hirsch about this week's recipe with herbs and pechory the and the seafood around it many centuries of invaders drove the local population inland where their cuisine evolved based on grains and produce and meat and dairy and you know came back with fragile recipes so let's just start what is frogger prego is simply the easiest pasta to me Lina flower is a little hard to find in the US if you don't feel like making your own even though it is very simple you can actually buy the Pearl couscous and toast yourself and it's very similar to real fragment so what did you do with it so I had it any number of ways and believe it or not there is a seafood fragment but the more authentic Fraga is actually based on fresh herbs tons and tons of fresh herbs those little nuggets are plump and Chewy and tender and a little bit media and really flavorful because again all those other ingredients have cooked in two regular no it amazes me is when you travel you listening to me street radio coming up Aaron Carol reveals the Health Effects of everyone's favourite intelligence that would be chocolate we'll be right back you know the modern kitchen is nothing like what I grew up with the choices.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Everybody's going to like you and and that's okay by me of course I vent when I go home at the end of the day to my husband to my dog and you get it out of your system you'll let it go I really do believe that the love you give is equal to the love you take a I mean you have to put good out to me Steve Good back well I don't know anybody who's put more good out there than you thank you my friend thank you that means a lot thank you for being in Milk Street it's a pleasure having it's an honor it really is that was Rachel Ray her latest book is Rachel and Savory Life Rachel Ray just turned fifty and so as Jennifer Aniston Jennifer Lopez Edward Norton and check black of course none of them look fifty maybe that's why they're celebrities celebrities who just turned seventy include Meryl Streep Richard Gere Bruce Springsteen and Jeff Bridges they also don't their age and by the way an amazing number of celebrities have lived to be one hundred including Bob oper Berlin and George Burns so to live long you don't have to eat well or exercise you just have to be celebrity fame fortune along life some people just have it all am how are you. I'm doing great is usual you've been on the road I have you just got back from Sardinia which is sort of the more rustic that's possible version of Sicily yeah yeah traveled very much so it's an island off the western coast of Italy and the fascinating part about Sardinia cuisine evolved despite not because of the so seafood is actually only recent contribution to the cuisine sort of like going to the Caribbean you can't get fresh fish house sounds familiar at home I couldn't believe it it's little nuggets pellets of Pasta that are made very similar couscous actually difference between Prego and couscous is that after the fragrance is dried it's toasted and that means that when you cook it up it has a very chewy tender meaty texture and in addition to that and this is that we love milk street frequently is almost always cooked in the sauce and so it absorbs so much more flavor than a typical boil water you made the mistake of mentioning couscous I remember Wolford's first book back in the seventies it took three days and now you said the simplest pasta so why is it so simple to me you can make it in about five or ten and minutes like actual hands on time and you need no special equipment at all you take a bowl you take your semolina flour put it in the bowl you sprinkle some water in it and you rub your fingers around in it and kind of circular motion and it clumps together that's it that's regular or you could buy it or you could buy yes and actually we give a cheat because they cooked it much in the style of risotto they put the frogger in the pan with these other ingredients and they keep adding liquid and keep starring and keep adding liquid and keep storing and eventually through let's say Europe they're still all these recipes that we don't really know hero it's think by now we would have run the gamut right but this is fresh with herbs unpack arena the recipe is something I've never really had before you go into these little villages and every time you turn around there's something we've never seen before never heard of that is just commonplace there so thank you you went to Sardinia came back with a recipe for regular with herbs and Pekka Reno you can make yourself or use Pearl couscous thank you Jim thank you you can get this recipe for regular with herbs and Perino at one seven seven street dot com.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Seven seven nine one four five four three nine this is the most yet radio I'm your host Christopher Kimball Rachel Ray's career be entitled a star is born she filled in as a last-minute guest on the today show almost twenty years ago driving through four feet of snow to get to New York for a segment with our broker food network executive saw loved it and immediately signed her on and the rest is of course history her latest Book Rachel Ray Fifty tells her story through auto geography and Recipes Rachel Ray Welcome to milk street thank you your new book which Lavi has a little thing in it and use day quote I'm a waitress at heart and that's sort of stopped me for a second so what exactly did you mean by that so my mom on worked in restaurants for sixty years and my first memories in life or being on her hip in restaurants so I don't know if it's part of my DNA but certainly the I was raised it's very ingrained in me pleasing people feels good and it's part of my role on the planet I like to give people what they're expecting to surprise them by surpassing that and to me that's that's what a good server does so when I say I'm a waitress I take that seriously and I think it's a compliment to be a very good server it means that you're being compassionate to the people in your community were in the room it's my motivation you also said your mother used declares as a pressure valve that's the first time I've heard something like that yeah well the and you could also use it to see how bad the situation was going to go for you if my mother was a little upset one of the three of us first of all if my mother is upset with one of her children she's upset with all three of them it doesn't matter the age when my brother was a baby if if my sister and myself did something wrong all three of us were rotten children like she has to keep it even and you could tell how bad whatever the thing was that we did based on how large the box from the bakery one eclair okay it's not gonna be pleasant but in half an hour we'll all be laughing in our it'll be forgotten and we'll all be eating spaghetti anything over to you. We were petrified my mom used declares to to calm yourself on she loved pastry cream and dark chocolate and it's very funny I don't love to bake but one thing I learned how to master beautifully as the Federal make my mother for any situation that necessary or just for her birthday or mother's Day learn quickly let's just do a quick recap some of the highlights of your career you were started out with the today show appearance without roker doing snowstorm and then soon after the food network snapped you up I didn't know this you said that during the taping of your pilot on Emerald set you start a small fire was actually quite a large I it it was like a good six seven foot flame in but but but they still you on and say quote the brass there had faith and hired me Steven despite the fire that's good they took it really well what happened was I was so nervous I just kept asking questions and I've never worked with any sort of assistance whatsoever so the pre pro team had in pre heating my pan for like an hour and I had no idea so of course the second I put oil into the Pan Sh- it's huge flame shoots up and they told me don't stop the camera that's not your job for any reason so I'm chuck and salt and throwing sheep trying to save everyone said and I'm like shortest career in food network history I don't I don't think I told you but I did start a fire on the today show so they did have great tv you had a great story in Your Book About Your State Dinner Visit at the White House which was kind of disastrous near-disastrous I'm only comfortable telling stories about myself that make people laugh or make them understand that we're all human in life never gets easier less awkward than your most often Ordain High School the State Dinner I love the Obamas very much a known them since well before they were in the White House and a Mrs Obama Michelle Obama's initiatives were very closely aligned with my own improving the quality of school food in Radicati hunger and lowering childhood City rates so we get invited to the last state dinner at the White House and I picked address that I thought was great it was October unfortunately it was unseasonably warm it was in the mid eighties and I was wearing a dress with a black turtleneck attached to the skirt and had no other choice a to wear and a tunnel ballgown with many many layers so I was melting and a river runs through it just sweat everywhere thank God is at least black my hair fell within like three minutes and it was hours before you there's all these lines you have to go through on I'm walking up the steps and shove my shoe I'm very bad at walking high heels shrew the underpinnings of the dress and it gets the giant he'll gets all tangled and caught up in it and I started to panic and I make it worse so it ends up looking like almost like a wasp's nest or Hornets nest wrapped around my right foot it was so bad by the time I got myself to the check in desk the woman behind the desk had to literally go to an office take scissors and come out while the people are getting checked in I'm the entry way of the White House they are cutting my dress part that I probably haven't even paid for yet they're cutting the dress off of my shoe so that I can continue to walk so then a couple hours later we finally are in the big room and everybody's finally sitting down to the big state dinner they walk us over to our seats I'm seated at the head table next to the first lady and I'm trying to whisper to her you almost killed Tony Bennett won't evening who was and he told me I could tell people as long as I made sure to make it clear it was completely my fault and I'm such an enormous was Tony Bennett fan my whole life I have a talk show and I get to meet Tony Bennett like I just couldn't believe it was even happening and then he and his lovely wife Susan I said what are we all get together some night and have dinner so they come over I'm feeding Tony Bennett I'm so excited like this is such a big deal I have my floors a-list for the first time ever because I lived with sixty five pound pit bull so why bother making the floors extra shining she scratches him up all day right and I have the hors d'oeuvres in the champagne in in one room on these hardwood floors and in the opposite room I'm setting the table for our dinner so I take Tony abandoned up to the other room and Susan and my husband pours them they're a bubbly and I'm explaining all the snacks and Tony it looks like he's looking around for a cherry wants to sit down so he's holding his his she advantage exists if I go to pull the chair out he goes to sit down in it the ear falls out from behind him and he hits his head on the marble counter and drops to the floor and I started screaming eighty in my husband he's gone into the other room to check on so buco comes running oh my God the only person common this whole situation is Susan she like oh he's fine he'll pop right back up and doing if he didn't he ate more than everybody he laughed he shook it right off he operate up I love Tony and we've been great friends for for many years and I'm really grateful I didn't kill him you also about being at your Home Seth George and you talk this is my favorite line of the book quote I iron all the pillow cases and top sheets now you don't like gardening but I mean that's I just like it I don't think anybody my households ever Irish she but my point being that you feed the people you cook you do the cleaning you don't live the lifestyle someone might think you do when you're not on the show I'd like that work and it's always made me feel very happy it makes my home feel like just that my home I don't want look perfect I just want it to look welcoming and I like the discipline of ironing I don't enjoy ironing itself I don't like hot and this team comes up in your face and it is monotonous it freaks the dog out she's like the history of the steam but iron because it feels good when I'm down and they make a bed with me ace pillowcases and it you just can't wait to jump into it you know lake it's a big pile of fall leaves or something I love that feeling so in order to get that feeling yet to do the job you mentioned your notebooks a lot because you you use them constantly and and you were quite miffed I think is the right word when the New York Times said that you didn't write your own books but yet it was all oil there in your notebooks you know the New York Times fees they asked me would I think about food sal said I love them my friend West makes things messy for me does all my books because if I can't be they're cooking it I wanted to look like I did it that doesn't mean that I let other people right might my books and things for me West did actually writes some beautiful gluten free desserts but because I hate gluten free and I hate to bake and he got proper credit in and that was just like a okay it kind of stinks people don't think they put the work in but I think we misconstrued each other you are a person who believes deeply kindness in yet in the last in twenty years the world from my perspective seems a little less kind maybe social media maybe the the press in general how do you reconcile that because kindness important to you you can only pay attention to the positive my grandfather taught me as a little girl and I always think lesser of the people that come to me and say things just to be provocative or perpetuate negative feelings between people just don't understand the purpose of that everybody's GonNa like everybody on the playground there was a whole website called I hate Rachel Ray for years and they were devoted watchers viewers you know I mean great fifty memories and meals from a sweet.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

20:38 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Owners please go to King Arthur flower dot com slash Milk Street to get twenty five percent off several of their great products for the holiday season US Promotion Code M I L K almost that's a great book the past efforts and the potato for todd are good options I'm going to try small mouth and freeze them too the exact and the Brune was the other thing the very few recipes you need very find dice so for most recipes of course chop is fine and that's much less work anyway thank you for calling K. Michael that makes it easier yes thank you okay arleen this radio if you have a cooking question please give us a ring just I with the extension service and actually the friend who had given me the clump of plants that it volunteered in is your raw oysters and a net but I would not vote with a goater in the rain rain you're heading into territory tell that he has two little humans at home now ratchet Souza's speed reading I think would also be nice like with tha brought tomatoes that's a good idea yeah the relish to consider a company called three day blinds they actually send a professionally trained design consultant right to your home they come with books and samples it's free there's no charge visit and no obligation to buy by the way the offer a huge number of custom styles of blinds shades shutters and drapes to choose from to set up an appointment and you'll get a quote at the very same day for a limited time they have an incredible buy one get one at half off deal on select treatments but you do have to go to the website that's three day podcast has dot com to get this special offer and use promotion code milk that site is the number three three day podcast dot com and use promotion code M I okay or you can give them a call one eight seven seven nine one four five four three nine that's one eight.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Well the more you breakdown garlic or onion there's enzyme activity released compounds and you're absolutely right onion juice if he process in a food processor does have bitter compounds and that's been actually studying lab now I- oddly enough make tomato sauce grated onion which I really love but the greatest onion doesn't really released that much juice so it's the juice juice sits around and gets bidder I you have a suggestion for you though about chopping vegetables the Japanese vegetable nice thinner blades and they're sharper and they also have handled I think are easier they have octogonal handles traditional Japanese knife and when they chop vegetables they slice them you know they slice through them. They don't chop the way inch too so if you've got a good Japanese knife it's a vegetable knife like an aquarium which looks like a Chinese cleaver except it's only two inches high I find as those nice for vegetables and my hands don't hurt and it's much much less work that's one thing but you're right the juice onion juice is not a friend if you don't like bitter taste well the more that you chop an onion or rough it up the more you develop those compounds lies thing I've found I almost never only chopping onion anymore. You can coarsely chop an onion for most recipes soups stews and that sort of thing so I was trained in the French method which everything has to be SARA is looking at it depends on how long it's in the recipe if you're doing a quick saute onions than it should be fine but ninety percent of recipes of course shop is fine so eight five five four two six nine eight four three that's eight five five four two six nine eight four three or email us at questions at Milk Street radio DOT COM hi my name's Kelly Hi Kelly where you calling from I'm calling from Maryland in between Baltimore and DC Okay how can we help you well I had a very vigorous volunteer mystery plant show up in my garden this year and I've been able to positively identify Fi is a purple she so plant and I had never heard of that before and I thought it would be fun to ask you all what I might do it I said well I might make the best use of it I think the first thing I'd WanNa know is is it really is it turns out something very close with poisonous s. i. positively identified as she so so it's like Basil I guess except it has a stronger flavor and you could use it like that fresh on top of things as crap of some kind you could also make a pesto out of it you could use Sabih so instead of pine nuts and making a pesto cheese that might work this is strong basil so it's fresh urban used to me it reminds me a tiny has a tiny bit of a liquorice taste to it stronger than it's in the mint family but I agree with Chris I think anywhere you'd use basil or mint you could use it a she so Mojo you there we are with cocktails and you know it's mostly you find it in Japanese dishes but there's no reason you couldn't take elsewhere I like the idea of using it with me so for a pesto that sounds like something yeah good it's also with fish or with some sort of a roth I love we actually yeah thank you sir you're tough well all right Kelly thank you thank you I have a lot of fun ideas I appreciate you taking my call thanks bye bye you're listening to milk street radio up next it's Rachel Ray that's coming up right after this break how would you like to take it a private cooking class in the likes of Gordon Ramsay Wolfgang Puck or maybe even Thomas Keller or maybe you want to know something about comedy from Steve Martin or the art of magic from Penn and teller or maybe aboard were course on investigative journalism well now you can online at.

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"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"ray e" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"This radio from PX host Christopher Kimball Ray made a last-minute today show appearance almost twenty years ago when was immediately signed by the Food Network and has been a household name ever since as a celebrity among celebrities like still produces awkward moments such as the she invited her hero Tony Bennett and his wife Susan over for dinner I go to pull the chair out. He goes to sit down in the chair falls out from behind him and he hits his head on the marble counter and I started screaming my husband who's gone other own view check on Google comes ready Oh my God the only person come in this whole situation is Susan she's like oh he's fine he'll upright Bass stop doing if you didn't count first updates my interview with writer Bruce Jarvis on the multi-million launch of a new apple the cosmic Crisp Brooke welcome to Milk Street. Hi thanks for having me so we're about to witness the unquote largest launch of approaches item in American history yes the cosmic crisp apple which is also known as Wa- Thirty Eight does the name under which it was developed now this is a big change recently I gather in the apple growing business it's a value added apple so what's the value added apple so there's kind of a new generation of apples that people might have noticed and they're grocery stores things like envy or jazz or sweet tango or ludicrous but they have excellent names that are apples that are propre Terry managed brands they're not something that just anybody can grow they are often managed by cooperatives or companies or international consortium Very careful about the branding of the apple about supply and demand and just the entire marketing bit as a as a product in a way that the apples of not so long ago that we're familiar with including the red delicious but also things like gala or a wind sap we're not managed that way so years ago there were thousands of varieties of just wild apples how would farmer were scientists come up with new apple varieties what was the process the process of breeding apples is fairly simple but what's interesting about it is that the plant doesn't breed true to the parent so what you do is grafting instead of planting the seeds but as you say like in the nineteenth century some counts Show that in the United States people were growing fourteen thousand different varieties of apples wrong and then the story in the twentieth century was very much standard Russian and consolidation here in Washington The Washington State Apple Commission used to advertise using a poster that showed a stop light and there was one oppal each in red yellow and green because you know that was all you needed the way you would get a new hybrid let's say is you would cross pollinate from one tree to another is that how they and then today's that's still how they do it or is there a more sophisticated way of crossbreeding so at the Washington State University Breeding Program they get ten thousand new trees in a year each and every one of them is genetically distinct and they plant them out and give them a few years to produce fruit and then taste that fruit and from there back into the lab to do lots of detailed testing on the storage and starch levels and all kinds of details on the apples that appear to be the most likely to be successful but it's still very much a melding of traditional biology and sophisticated lab work but the alum is a like a fruit fly with fairly short lifespan is GonNa take seventy years to start bearing fruit for an apple tree something like that it can be less or not but the process is long because you wanNA have multiple generations of fruit you know they'll start with just a few trees as it appears that the fruit is more successful trees and so you have to wait for that generation one of the people that I interviewed said biology is just a real problem here which is funny because an apple the biological product it is also now becoming the product product of which different things are expected a friend of mine he grows a lot of the old fashioned Fridays and I have to say they have real apple flavor and I find the newer varieties tend to be juicy or sweet but they don't have complex flavor is that something by design the people don't want you know sort of savviness an apple or depth of flavour because I find the new ones sweet that's a good question I've certainly heard that same criticism from a lot of people including apple growers who are often frustrated by what the consumer likes you know the the grower will get really attached to a certain apple and think that it has a lot of depth of flavour and it's going to be really successful than it it turns out not to be so you know there there are thousands of these heirloom varieties but a supermarket is only gonNA stock so many commercial apple's so you have to appeal to a larger audience so the goal is to dominate the apple industry with this one brand of apples cosmic crisp does this mean bowl th they want people to turn to it as they would have let's say Mackintosh or Granny Smith it's one of those it's the go-to apple is that their goal given the huge investment they put into the the trees the definitely wanted to be a go to apple and what you always hear people in the industry says I don't want people going to the grocery store and on their list it says Apple's on their list it should say cosmic crisp and the injured you look around the store and ask the salesperson until they find it there's one person that I interviewed who works for the Washington State Tree Fruit Association who people are always asking him which apple is going to be the next red delicious and what he always says is that you're sort of misunderstanding where the industry is right now that's like asking what car is going to be the next model I think there's a general expectation that you can't count on something dominating for very long anymore Brooke thank you very much it's been a real pleasure having a millstream yeah thanks so much for having me Jarvis her article launch was published in the California Sunday magazine now it's time for my co Sara Moulton Night Answer Your Culinary Questions Sarah is of course the star of Sara's weeknight meals on public television as well as the author of home cooking one so before we open up the phone lines I just have a question you cooked it lot to leap French restaurant New York City Manhattan what is it that you did there that you've never done again like a cooking technique echo culinary trick that only worked in that restaurant you've never repeated we used to make smoked tongue and flog raw pat it was absolute killer and I don't think I will ever make that again you know you would poach tongue with all sorts of we'll sally Darwood poach it and then we'd slice it on a meats hi Sir Paper Thin and it was my job to layer the fog Gras Mousse in between the layers it was absolutely killer so that was a unique technique of Sally's I don't think I will ever see it anywhere else and I certainly will never do it again well I think in the next issue on Moose Log rob Soleil did you do chicken liver Mousse excellent idea just we'll keep that in mind thank you Sarah Yeah time take call yes welcome to mill street who's calling hi this is Sylvia from Brooklyn are you oh hi Sylvia from Brooklyn well how can we help you today I have two girls there eight and five and I packed in school lunches every day and I just need some new ideas for a school lunches but we have some restrictions I can't serve any meat or chicken they go to kosher school so it needs to be dairy or PARV which means neutral the school is is peanut free not free in sesame free deal okay do you got for me what are they usually like what would have been hits I send them Bento boxes in everything that they eat is room temperature because there's no eighty heated right so I make them mini quiches any from small individual pizzas like me any bagels with avocado spread but I need stuff that filling and healthy well how about like some Veggie meatballs that you dip in tomato sauce that has been a winner how about more of a savory pancake liquor Zucchini locker or lack of with other vegetables Eh I wouldn't even have to heat those up I just put them in the box streep exactly Mike is as you like grain bowls I mean you can have Rice or grain whatever you want is the base and then could ever you want with it especially with the bengals have five compartments I'll put the green in the biggest and the components in the either you could do Tortilla roll-ups Whiz a vegetable filling the problem is those are GonNa get soggy though careful the other thing you can do is just a very very thin omelette and have that be the role do Spanish here which is made an Saute pan is just a very thick omelet with potatoes in it but it's mostly potatoes there's no I don't think that would freeze so well it only takes like to make things in muffin costs and smart that's smart the tin no that's smart you've tried all sorts of whole grain muffins with all sorts of healthy things in them so I've tried it and they complain they're still on angry how `bout smoked salmon do they eat locks they love locks could you roll loved school because it smells and I can't blame them how about Pasta for Totta reread pasta bake it that's a very poor you've you've really I think have you written a book about this shake you can make the thick multi grain fruit bar thing those are wonderful and you can just make a whole tray of those those last time how about flavorful and and make the chickpea batter flaw foil takes just can't chickpeas Tahini sauce you could make good sauce so you could scoop it out out fry it and then freeze it try how about with Garlic Yogurt dip that I could try yoga it's got some protein yes it does I just had an idea although there probably not kosher are those rice paper wrappers kosher 'cause you can stuff those with vegetables and maybe even Tofu you know sauteed till like baked married needed Tofu and the Vermicelli noodles and great carrots and Zucchini yeah that are you a professional chef yes Taylor I knew it I knew what everything we mentioned you already been there you're okay thank you I'm GonNa let you know if any of these please the feedback we learn more than you did thanks for calling take care bye bye welcome to milk street who's calling this is Mike from land lakes flora how can we help you have a question about cutting the vegetables couple of years ago I had a visit to the doctor about my handwriting can the doctor said I had arthritis he gave me some sort of a topical treatment or shot or something like that fixed it for a while but now I notice when I'm doing something intensive like cutting a bunch of vegetables my hands start to hurt I figured out to use the food processors since it was the counter and that works pretty well for the most part but I have some questions about cutting up the onions the first time I tried to chop up onions and through the process serandon effectively an onion smoothie and we noticed when we were eating whatever we could Peta had a very funky tanny didn't belong there flavor to it so I converted from the blade in the bottom of the process you're to the blade and the top of the processor chop some rather than grinds into a smoothie and then started pouring off that excess onions News and that seemed to help quite a bit improve the flavor what's the deal with onions use stuff and what is it causing things to to come out poorly.

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"ray e" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"ray e" Discussed on Invention

"In fact, x-rays are no more human invention than visible light is than though what makes x Ray special is that while we've long had the ability to produce copious amounts of visible light. It's only since around the beginning of the twentieth century a little bit before the beginning of. The twentieth century that we understood how to produce in control x-rays. And it's this power the power of the x Ray machine that we're looking at today, and that's one of the wonderful things about this episode is that this is a case where we can point to one individual one scientist, one visist, and and Adelphi dare key role in this turning point in history. Yeah, I think a lot of inventions are kinda murkier, right? Like a lot of things that we think of as inventions are actually just like slight modifications of something that came before this is a case where there really was a tremendous sudden breakthrough and it had far reaching effects all over the world, it just try to imagine the time before x-rays before say x-rays in a diagnostic medical context, we now know x-rays are useful for a lot more than just medicine. But just think about going to the doctor, and maybe having something wrong inside you at a time when there were no xrays. Yeah. This reminds me of the old saying about how book is man's best friend outside of a dog. Oh was that. Because inside of a dog. It's too dark to see. But it is dark inside the body. And it was it was a truly darken in many other ways before the X Ray. Because before x-rays the best way to peer inside the living body. It was to look through a natural aperture using what you would call the old knife scope. Yeah, basically. Yeah. If you if you didn't have a natural aperture to look into you would have to make one you'd have to cut one. And it's I think it was really difficult to overstate the importance of this bit of medical technology. The ability to see how bones and tissues are aligned to see what might be wrong with him. What's broken? How are they healing? But to use a very basic example that comes up a lot discussing the x Ray. And the advent of x Ray technology is you have an individual who is shot with a with a by a gun a bullet enters their body now sometimes the bullet exits the body but other times it does not how do you find the bullet? Well today, we can x Ray somebody find the foreign Matt matter in Honan wherever you need to remove it from. But prior to this one might have to do a bit of searching, and sometimes the bullet couldn't be found at all which can have dire results in eighteen eighty one. For instance, US president James Garfield was shot and subsequently died in large part because they could not find the bullet. That story is actually weird and worth reading about in depth. You ever get a chance to the the assassin was guy named Charles Julius Gaito who he was this dude who thought that he had helped James Garfield, get elected. And so he thought that God was telling him that he had been like a special appointment coming to him. Like he deserved a console ship or something and he ended up shooting James Garfield. But it's often been said that Garfield death was not caused directly by the assassin's bullet. But by the failures of medicine at the time because he didn't die until eleven weeks after he was shot. A not only could the doctors not find the bullet inside him. They had to keep digging around looking for it with like the unsterile. Sized equipment and dirty hands of the time probably leading to the infections of the wound which ended up killing him. Now. I don't I don't want to imply that the X Ray, of course, is our only way of understanding what's going on inside the body or diagnosing illnesses, but it is tremendously important. And as one of the reasons that x rays are taken so often that is why I venture to say everyone listening to this podcast has received an x Ray in their life. I'm sure you've received multiple x-rays. I would be I would be shocked. If there was anyone out there who has never received an x Ray, and you should be thankful that x rays are so much safer today than they were when they were first invented..

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