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"robert irvine" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

04:10 min | Last month

"robert irvine" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"A lot cheaper than a lot of the other brands and the taste is quite nice. You have a good variety of flavors. Yeah, they have better consistency for some reason they don't taste like they're all rubber. I guess they have less fiber. They do have a little bit of sugar, but you know they still work on a 200 calories for 210 calories and you still get like I don't know like 1820 grams of protein. So not too bad. Yeah, and you can get some really nice chocolate ones actually for a 180 calories and you get 21 grams of protein in it. It's definitely a little one of my other favorite ones besides the pure bars actually the fit crunch bar. It's lesser known, I think it's made by chef Robert Irvine and similar I think nutrition like a 190 calories. You know, you do have some cops, most of it is sugar alcohols, though, so I think your net cops are just a couple grams. And again, I think 16 gram proteins, a little bit less protein than pure bars, but boy, I mean, they have like the best flavor, you know? They have these multiple layers, you know, like my favorites like the chocolate peanut butter one and it's kind of got like a crunch crunch like a snicker so almost like and yeah, it is really something like you gotta try it once. It's definitely a little bit more expensive to peel a boss. I think almost $2 for one bar, but you know every now and then I'd like to treat myself to one. Also, if you listen as if you don't like to eat anything that's like animal based, I also like the no cowboys, like no call for a reason because there's zero dairy in them. Forgot what protein they use. Some plant based protein, but they're also super lean, just like the quest bars..

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"robert irvine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I get excited kids get a part for me Get attention. They get accuracy. The favorite tribe. This is apple pie rifles. And I say This is so good with his kid coaxed chuckles. You know, John out all the guys practice. We'd wait there just such a great top. I wish I was there. I was with those because breakfast for the girls out of that race. I do it for the taps in D C. 1000 strokes from families that had lost, you know, a hero in supply people for brothers to uncle about Dad. That would be a bit so we can celebrate. Why sacrifice it hates to that. Look at your own life looked at what are the priorities? Much like those pathetic. That spot, you know, lost many, many great people. But it's too early to start about you. You know that. My wife, my daughter, and you know that's what this is all about. It's it's America. It's America. You mentioned the racing stuff. That's Americana. It's American as it gets. I think the way that everybody is rally to support the front line troops in the hospitals in the medical community. I think that is America. I think it's an example for the rest of the world you mentioned You know the track and it's the sights and sounds and there's so much more to it than just the visual and and Yeah, and I get it in those drivers in that sport has a connection with its fans and with America, unlike really any other sport. In a bunch of different ways. And it's great that that that Khun B. Kind of like highlighted and recognize here and on that conversation when you think of sights and sounds and the and last thing you know, this is also as it is that recognition of Of our men and women in uniform. It is also for many people. It is a it is in a situation for great food and family and kind of kicking off the summer grilling season, So we want to know. And people want to know what is. What's Robert Irvine. Gonna gonna have? What would you typically do? What are some? You've got a suggestion or two for Kind of kickoff on the grill for summer. Well, I'm going to tell you this if you don't know that, because right, honey here for one In the best food to eat it, but About the pen could march I was given 2 40 40 people on stakes I lower and they were full of probable that for this weekend. Yeah, that was great peoples or both you and I don't say this Zuma practice and I will be really far Jessa is for a lot of people. It was used to trap my head help. It refused to use staying a whole. Doing nothing when I do stuff, yes, like calling about touching thought, smashing things that are not helping votes. So is very anxious. I got used to that for this weekend is about celebration for me, and I'm going to celebrate all those and equipment that we've lost. The great families of this great nation within script patient. We will get through this. We're stopping through it or the people that count. Take a moment and whenever you want, just take you all those people. Um, I'm not the I get to go to Afghanistan, Iraq. Poland, Djibouti holy where our troops of war Coast. How shadows Whatever else I may have been the work of the contamination. And their dedication is beyond a believable right house on General Billy Second Offense, you know, Secretary Ryan is a notice of legal brief Second World War. So you didn't take it going gorilla, however, do it, really, eh? It's not about the grill is about the peace have burger. It's about celebrating one of that. I don't give a sacrifice. That was folks that with Caleb wanna sit here, So when I lived by 40 days straight, I will be drinking beer and I will be filing. Now, each and every one of those that we've lost on those out. No, the phones that we've lost also something that really there were. You know, Park's work around eight suspicion. Work alone. Thoughts is closest military that a works really hard, and I know that's a boiled a about a lot of celebrating it. That you have this this particular all day without thinking of those? Yeah, I think any opportunity to go ahead and and recognize Onda appreciate. I think is important. And as we let you go for a guy that I always say it, and I'll say it to anyone, is it that that never stops tohave Robert Irvine, on pause is a is a very unique thing. And and of course, we can all relate to AA lot of that. And as soon as that pause button comes up as the country reopens, and as you're able to get out and do all the things That, you know, in love and that people know and love that you do. I'm just going to say watch out right? Because it is going to be it is going to be something to behold. So, Robert, thanks so much best to you and the family and Gail and everybody. Thanks so much for everything that you're doing. And thanks for jumping on the show today. Happy Memorial Day, having about the states, Okay. Soon. Marijuana CBD..

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WTOP

"Is 100% sure how to navigate opening restaurants safely in light of the Corona virus pandemic. Robert Irvine, Celebrity chef and host of restaurant, Impossible says Without a doubt, the biggest hurdle will be getting customers confidence back. That is the biggest problem. We have people scared. Irvine has created a new app that he hopes will ease diners concerns. Virus Safe Pro is a mobile health and safety checklist platform and it tells me exactly what happened. In that restaurant at that day, so I feel safe. Irvine says Transparency is the key to getting the restaurant industry back on track. At the end of the day, we're going to make sure that the employees are following on performing all of those mandated measures and protocols that we set in place. Otherwise, nobody don't those restaurants. Irvine estimates that 30 to 40% of mom and pop restaurant won't be able to survive the pandemic from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Jill Schneider on w T O P Coming up after traffic and weather. Corona virus case is running high in Texas It's 1 26 and now the small business buzz package by the UPS store small businesses there struggling from pandemics setbacks, But many are optimistic. A society for Human Resource management survey of small business owners found 52% expect to Recovered a pre covert profitability within six months. They have been lessons learned 75% are confident their business will be better prepared to handle a crisis in the future. One in three already report a new way to deliver a product or a service. I'm Jeff Little. Hi. Welcome to the ups store. Yeah, I'd like to ship this package straight. I can help.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"W. B. C's Madison Rodgers explains after nursing home workers in New Hampshire this week described the gowns they were getting from FEMA as useless garbage bags. A FEMA spokesperson says that they won't send out the disposable isolation gowns. Being criticised anymore. Instead, FEMA will send a different type of gown from now on to nursing homes. This comes after the New Hampshire Healthcare Association said that FEMA was setting them up for disaster by sending faulty PP, including child size gloves, inadequate masks and gowns without holes for hands. Madison Rogers W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Amid the ongoing nationwide debate over statues. We are learning more details about President Trump's proposed statute Garden. ABC is Brian Clark fills us in President Trump wants to establish a national garden of American heroes that will feature the statues. Of the greatest Americans to ever live. The initial group of more than 30 includes people like George Washington, Harriet Tubman and Billy Graham, along with conservative icon Antonin Scalia, the only Supreme Court justice on the list. No Native Americans, Hispanic or Asian American people were named to the group executive Order says none will have lived perfect lives, but all will be worth honoring. Remembering and studying. The president called for to open near a major population Centre by July 4th, 2020 for Brian Clark ABC News Taking a look now for you, or the latest covert 19 numbers here amounts of True said there are now 109,838 positive cases of the virus since the beginning of the outbreak, 210 new cases or added yesterday 23 new fatalities also reported there are now 8172 people here in the Bay State who have lost their lives to covert 19. Meanwhile, looks like 640 people are currently hospitalized and 100 And seven people are still in the I C u It's 12 0 wait over now to Bloomberg Business, a tricky road and one no. One is 100% sure how to navigate opening restaurants safely in light of the Corona virus pandemic, Robert Irvine, Celebrity chef and host of Restaurant, Impossible says Without a doubt, the biggest hurdle will be getting customers confidence back. That is the biggest problem. We have people scared. Irvine has created a new app that he hopes will ease diners concerns. A safe pro is a mobile health and safety checklist platform and it tells me exactly what happened in that restaurant at that day, so I feel safe. Irvin says Transparency is the key to getting the restaurant industry back on track. At the end of the day, we're going to make sure that the employees are following on performing all of those mandated measures and protocols. That we set in place. Otherwise, nobody don't those restaurants. Irvine estimates that 30 to 40% of mom and pop restaurant won't be able to survive the pandemic. I'm Jill Schneider Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's news radio. It's.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WTOP

"Opening restaurants safely in light of the Corona virus pandemic, Robert Irvine, Celebrity chef and host of Restaurant, Impossible says Without a doubt, the biggest hurdle will be getting customers confidence back. That is the biggest problem. We have people scared. Irvine has created a new app that he hopes will ease diners concerns virus safe. Pro is a mobile health and safety checklist platform and it tells me exactly what happened in that restaurant at that day, so I feel safe. Irvine says Transparency is the key to getting the restaurant industry back on track. At the end of the day, we're going to make sure that the employees are following on performing all of those mandated measures and protocols that we set in place. Otherwise, nobody don't those restaurants. Irvine estimates that 30 to 40% of Mom and pop restaurant won't be able to survive the pandemic. From the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Jill Schneider on w T O P coming up after traffic and weather. It's been a violent Fourth of July weekend, not just in our area but in other cities around the country as well, including a shooting at a nightclub in South Carolina overnight. It's 9 26 I'll bet like me. You have never spent more time in your home, then he had the last three months. Which is why the condition of your house is so important and that begins with the roof. Hi, it's Chris Corps. If your roof is in bad shape, missing shingles, damage from falling limbs are just old. Better Take care of it before that damage leads to expensive repairs through leaks. I hope you'll call roof masters at 301230 roof. You see, you need to trust the folks who come to your house. And I promise you these air folks, you, Khun Trust I've known him for years. They will never try to up sell. You are talking into a repair You don't need That's why they say if you need any roof work done, always get three estimates..

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"As well. A 67 in Braintree, 65 in Arlington and 63 degrees in Lawrence, and it's 505 nursing homes will be getting better quality personal protective equipment from the feds. This after health groups in New Hampshire said that FEMA was setting them up for disaster. Here's W. B. C's Madison Rogers to explain after nursing home workers in New Hampshire this week described the gowns they were getting from FEMA as useless garbage bags. A famous spokesperson says that they won't send out the disposable isolation gowns being criticised anymore. Instead, FEMA will send a different type of gown from now on to nursing homes. This comes after the New Hampshire Healthcare Association said that femur was setting them up for disaster by sending faulty pp, including child size gloves, inadequate masks and gowns without holes for hands. Madison Rogers W B Z Boston's news Radio Two people are shot in landed happened. Last night just before 10 p.m. on fates Fayette Street, But actually, that is three people were shot. All three transported to a hospital. No word yet on their conditions and so far no reports of any arrests in that incident. Meanwhile, Braintree police identify a suspect in Friday's shooting that locked down the South Shore Plaza. And injured a teenage girl. 21 year old Jose Rodriguez of Boston, was arrested. He faces several assault and firearms charges, including charges of assault to murder. A 15 year old girl was shot and injured in that incident. She was reportedly just a bystander who was caught in the crossfire. Police say they have released a second man who was initially arrested. It's been a violent weekend overall in Boston, two separate altercations about an hour part in Dorchester and with two people dead. Police. Responding to the first call late Friday night for disturbance on Theodore Street. The victim left the scene before police arrived and went to a hospital for help. That victim was later pronounced dead just 1/2 hour later. A man was stabbed on Adams Street. He also died at a hospital. The killings, capping and into a deadly week in Boston for homicides in about two dozen shootings and stabbings. And is five await and time now for Bloomberg Business News. It's a tricky road and one no. One is 100% sure how to navigate opening restaurants safely in light of the Corona virus pandemic, Robert Irvine, Celebrity chef and host of restaurant, Impossible says Without a doubt, the biggest hurdle will be getting customers confidence back. That is the biggest problem. We have people scared. Irvine has created a new app that he hopes will ease diners concerns. Virus Safe Pro is a mobile health and Safety checklist platform and it tells me exactly what happened in that restaurant at that day, so I feel safe. Urban says Transparency is the key to getting the restaurant industry back on track. At the end of the day, we're going to make sure that the employees are following on performing all of those mandated measures and protocols that we set in place. Otherwise nobody go those restaurants. Irvine estimates that 30 to 40% of mom and pop restaurant won't be able to survive the pandemic. I'm Jill Schneider, Lumber Business on W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and more demonstrations and in violence in the Pacific Northwest, that story plus your headlines and to look us force traffic and whether it's all coming up. Next, it's Bible. Nine. The state is opening on Massachusetts begins to slowly reopen is this is coming back, and here we go. So is traffic traffic on the threes? Helen BZ, Boston's news radio. People often ask me how.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Memorial Day and a big one to our friend in the one and only chef Robert Irvine welcome to WGN was up they are very good to be talking with you on this amazing day very special weekend but may obviously and I'm remembering all those loved ones we've lost and so moving Los heroes from the families is very special yeah yeah this is this is that the we can't lose sight of of the reason behind all that of course our men and women in uniform and all those that that we have lost a tireless supporter for all of it in in here's the thing is that you know these are days where you've got two different areas you're supporting the causes for the men and women in uniform in a course on the restaurant side and now everybody's heard especially on the restaurant side is amazing to see I saw in some of the notes seventeen years of restaurant impossible undeniably one of the cornerstones of the Food Network and one of the most popular and well received shows in the in food TV history in and now really as much as it is always needed I think that's the the premise of the whole show needed even more now today what will close all thank you for staying outside words yes above a lot of you know who I am even if you don't know seventeen seasons but Alex this is part that makes sense on the twelfth hole somewhere around there I don't have a hundred eighty four countries simultaneously shop the doors to shut the doors to restaurants hotels and and you do everything else that goes along with that pretty much banishing his old local which is unusual really the least but my biggest worry is yes we will be doing the right thing for the most part right with the second house is we'd be doing what we do based on what we're told our other different states to come adult of the pandemic in certain criterias a different ways how do we pick up only the restaurant business but small business in general hospitality is lost eleven billion jobs there up the way for example hello pharmacies and all these other small businesses that relied on the finalists that storms unless that profile what what are we gonna do to bring that back restaurant boss will was was always great and it is always great but now we've got to take those restaurants that are not sales which basically restaurant also doesn't like when I take some of the fading because of their own fault in some way shape or form but one of these businesses we have out of business right now waiting to come back if they catch up businesses will be arriving before this time thank you people know what to do so how do we get them back in that circle focused and needs to be at work right now do you see in people be just I think as the nature of things being kind of innovative and resourceful and coming up with workaround plans for some types of restaurant where you know the ambiance is is a big part of the draw it's really difficult but you're seeing people kind of figure out plans usually in restaurant impossible that let the listeners know typically you know you come in and you've done so many of these and have an instinct for it you're just like okay well you doing this and you're doing this and you're doing this we can do this we're now it's probably you know even you have had to go back to the drawing board into sort of the the R. I. research center kind of figure out some work arounds for this what what it would be able to think about at the time that there is a beautiful thing okay who's always polite it's something it is so striking about the loss of life at all those things it really is but let's hope here is that we spent a whole week reconnected with our families and the kids who cooked all of the other week back with that stock we are actually which was lost for a long time so so silver lining with regards to business you know I'm I'm constantly thinking okay how do we change how do we how do we make more body except for except for I reset because but coming back out of this plant that make it it really is you know what also sucks this call is in the spotlight what is the beautiful models of what is your break even point now with twelve staples center through the two tables what are your protocols for cleanliness bill Cosby's checklist anymore because of the gas I want to know what you're doing I thank you H. E. program coming out of this budget program that would potentially couple weeks and hope that school Peiris piracy hello you'll see that about hello well you have that right which is really a transportation for product sure those exactly what's happening I feel comfortable to go to those restaurants that you know they would really do it about a third of the folks that have I'm back in the states of open you know they didn't care about master the care manager for the get out of the hole and where whatever the chat the next sort of those people back it's a little protocols which thanks to eat and the foods being handled at the circuit correctly and the last group of black people but I'm not gonna be happy vaccination you know so so we really go to bring the customers packed with attention and stores are making them feel comfortable and that's that's what I'm working right now with your breasts hotels restaurants my uncle's upright the ones with the Pentagon wanted Bagus what makes it so I put it this way thank you what to do that is the key right is that you're having to because in all these businesses that you that you are kind of present in you have them too right you're going to the same thing so you can kind of pivot shift and make some adjustments and then kind of share those with people so that they can do it as well here's the other side of it to an end some people are just content to have a successful television career but you've always wanted to give you know people the more Robert Irvine that they wanted whether with products you know restaurants other properties things like this and just as you're doing with the show and with some of the other things that you're doing some of the other entities that you have the people of your pivoting with as well I was excited to see the boardroom spirits that's awesome right and that's that's another whole great area to get into is people are looking for more options on the spirits of expression size but again you have pivoted and now you're helping with what everybody seems to me like they never needed before with the hand sanitizer so kind of feel people in not only in how it's offered for people to just come and get some free stuff but helping first responders to with boredom what is funny we we partner with order a couple years ago hello your question click the Irvine weeks held up because of this but we've got a full distillery I haven't apology boxes structures across from cemex expects up to a but I can't stop it I was such a state college Pennsylvania Charles I'm sorry distiller on the not so the week it looks like a subset of such a high okay why will it helps you why would we get that right little did I know that so which do you think your big checking out our website the World Health Organization so what is the cocktail as it works toward satisfying sex and I said okay whatever would you didn't do it at eight we have trucks of alcohol delivered which Donald Thompson announced repeat your words but we started to make this outside so I missed that other gel hello hello auch I would say if you've got a bottle four to six ounces you will fill it up for you thank you she won't resell insecure I did the same thing it's eight GMC Acadia of Delaware god bless us that'll satisfy responses give it away I can't try didn't stop with that you know community drive anybody's doing the right thing about eighteen anti people suffering about how can we help what separates I was still taking care of it right now it is a different building but still making parked at the do lab work yourself up to the bridge that would be the whole week which which blew me away but I was still trying to do the right things we sent the times on the size of two topics are just doing the right thing we got to the fitness in the the energy where you got the crunch and that's another thing you talk about the weather if you know the spirits are the the beer and wine and all that kind of stuff just because of the climate people are into going through the roof but also food is selling so utilizing fit crunch and courses this incredible platform you have to promoted to raise dollars and to make donations or some of those front line people in the medical community to it's funny that we you decide to do seven years ago when I was out to lunch a lot of your listeners don't realize I don't use products I don't want anything or everything I have I don't so it was one of the league's best looks at whatever but we we originally started doing across his affections so we scream out there because it's not a question of that every so long somebody crunches we'll get back with all its own weight specials charities which we did debate on the political up anyway and then of course arch to park it so the next thing was okay if you operate a frontline employees contractors apart you every log the hospital I agree with that gift package except market well the post of the matrix well how folks are complaining of 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Krawczyk pas protein bowls of how to be sure well quickly when you have somebody in basic post I thank let us look at everybody okay here goes up we see here think we gave away all officially cancelled today we celebrating up and look for a vehicle parked we thought really helps but it's not quite but despite that to show how the Conner he inequalities number one but but some heroes the stock location I'll be happy truck driver the pop up front sight dot two oh two five thousand three houses and the list goes on and I hope that what this is all over the place we talk about it hi okay I go to work every day of risk their life.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Studio as people are having all of their Memorial Day kind of excitement in plans and and all the things that they're doing to recognize our men and women in uniform who given the ultimate sacrifice and and then doing some things and in virtually so I know some of the parades were were virtual we're going to talk with the Robert Irvine a little bit later on in the program and I know he's typically very very busy on a day like today but also has time for barbecue and the grill and for those people have time for barbecue in the girl they've got to take time to get over to Wanamaker's down there in your daughter's girlfriend Steve got see cross on the line he is the the grill department manager C. welcome to the show welcome day nice to be here well it's great to have you this is I don't say this is like your time of year but this is certainly one of those kind of dates on the calendar because you guys are selling stuff all the time I think I was with you a couple months ago and he like all it's going to be gearing up beforehand for those people to plan ahead and need Vance to have all the supplies that they need but whenever they put the bat signal whenever they need something Steve is there at Wanamaker's and so what what is it been like kind of leading up to this weekend I got a bit different for sure right it's been a little busy it's actually been busy quite a bit you know there's a lot more people obviously with the shelter in place a lot more people are cooking at home so yeah I've been selling a lot of stuff pretty much of the whole week leading up to Friday Saturday and Sunday were gangbusters and today is is not any different yeah I don't think that it's that people are just doing other things they're just kind of on pause right there just sort of restricted from doing the things that they that they know and love it so I think I'll a lot of the things that people would want to buy and use and learn about our you know they're just going to go get all at once and I guess that's kind of what's been happening over there one of the things that is great about Wanamaker's is you guys have a great selection as far as the traders in the palette reels you've got everything really you've got even beryl barrel smokers I think you got the the the double lows you've got a great selection of of for Weber for sure you've got the new smoke fire and then here's one of the things that makes it really special is is I think you have the very best selection of sauces and rubs that are not only popular and not necessarily just popular sellers out there in the market place the popular with the actual competition teams you guys have we try to have a little bit of everything I mean we tried to sport a lot of the local local sauce and rubbed unders but yeah we got pretty much everything from your backyard cook to to the competition the griller what are some of the most popular was a here's the thing so you guys have blues Haugen for your average person that's in a grocery store you don't necessarily see it you won't find it there if your competition person it's the kind of thing that you've known love utilize won championships with for a long time now you guys have always had and will now with with the founder being you know nominated for the barbecue hall of fame are you seeing an uptick on interest in blues hawkers Tim Scheer in those guys have it now join Machado those guys are are working to help kind of promote it how have you seen more interest in blues hawk yeah I think it's great educated in popularity so lot of people don't know that we we do stock it locally we're probably one of the few that actually stock everything from their sixteen ounce jars we have the rubs so we have their marinades we even we even carry the sauces and half gallon jugs so we got there we got pretty much almost full the full assortment of products what is it about it and you have a full assortment of a lot of different things in all popular and people have have varying levels of success with all of them but certainly enjoy each and everyone what what is it about blues how that has made in your opinion as a guy who has all of these things in front of you all day every day that makes it so special it just says that you know it just has its own distinct flavor it's got a nice it's got a nice sweetness to us but just a little bit of just enough of a kick or a bite to it that just adds that spice and it's just the perfect blend of of of of sweetness spice and then on the other thing so this far as some of the girls are there trends out there there's things that are mainstays you know I go all the weather stuff that you know we have an Chris Webber's popular all over the world it's our head headquarters right here in palatine so we think of them as sort of the home team but but are there some things that are happening out traders is got more and more popular for those people unfamiliar but may be familiar enough to know that that pellet grills exist but maybe have not kind of pulled the trigger to do it like what are some of the things that you've seen model wise and one of the things that you would recommend as a guy who sees these again all day every day every day what would recommend or or tell people to look out for although it definitely has been the growing by leaps and bounds over the last couple years it is a neat way to cook we do Kerry obviously like you said we have your weather smoke fire and we have a probably one of the the biggest assortments of Traeger pellet grills and now their excess reason and politicians a nice easy way to get some good flavor and it's an easy way to smoke and you know they live on that set it and forget it mentality because there's just not a lot of work to do in it I know the real you know guys stick burner guys can call that cheating but you know for for the backyard guy you know if it's right up their alley you know what I mean is it really set it and forget it because I think you say that and I'm sure some people you probably had customers come back year after that gets sent in the ticket really literally right maybe they just kind of maybe the unintended things happen maybe they should have done something that it need to completely forget it right I mean there is a little bit to it but you know the nice thing is now you know yeah you can't you know he'd be you basically can set it forget it but you know sometimes things do happen but the great thing now is be aware technology everything most of the the pellet grills are connected via wifi I mean it's a pretty much I mean you can you can basically do everything from your phone wherever you're at you know you can get your you know it what your protein temperature is you can get your grill temperature is a lot of them you can even adjust by your phone wherever you're at as long as you can get that wifi service so yeah now it's gotten to where it is almost pretty much set it and forget it you know just hopefully something's going on you know your temperature drops that you're you're close by that you can get home to fix it but you know other than that it's it's in the data truly has become almost set it and forget it since then and then think about other things too maybe that's maybe that's with should we think that kind of romantic image of like the the guy with the smoker he's out there with his trusty dog and then of course he's got a cooler with a couple beers there he's got to manage the fire and all I can the stuff and so with the wifi it really is something that is very very cool but how far can you be can you just be in the house which I think is very convenient or could you be you know across town or someplace far away and still manage and you know change the temperature on things happening with the grill you know you're pretty much be anywhere you want your anywhere he anywhere you can get that service you can pretty much do it I've had people come into the grill department here and and you know pull it up and show me what their grills cooking out and what the temperature there better than the media's and everything so I mean it's it's it's kind of a bed and neat way of how things are changing you know and in this day and age everything from the basics Webber kettles you know some of the basics even on the drums and some things that are and no moving parts really are very few moving parts all the way up to some of the most technical out technologically advanced things and girls you guys have over there Wanamaker's last thing in the in about thirty seconds if you can give us you know the the the location the address maybe online where people can get more information get out there and see if yeah we're gonna you can take a look at us you know Weber I mean Wanamaker's dot com right now we're open every single day nine to five and we're at nineteen forty Ogden in downers Grove one of the great places I think in probably the Midwest maybe one of the great places in the country not only for great selection on thing certainly if you're interested in traders interested in in Webers and a bunch of other things plus I don't know that there's one place outside of the internet that has right in front of you you know physically the the all the the sauces and rubs that are so successful out there so thanks Steve appreciate what you do and get back to your Memorial Day thanks for jumping on the show well maybe moral date everybody and both to see so many assume all right that's the crossover Wanamaker's we're gonna take a break when we come back we're gonna have Chris Lilly seventeen time world champion he is a one of the greats will be out of the.

Robert Irvine
"robert irvine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back to our April eighteenth live broadcast when we debuted the new show segment travel the world from your own kitchen and we were joined by chef Robert Irvine here he is chef Robert Irvine who many of you probably know from his shows on Food Network well thank you for having me guys here but I want to begin with how you and your team are doing at your own restaurant public house at the Tropicana Las Vegas and I'm also told that your boardroom spirits business is now making hand sanitizer is that true yes right through Vegas obviously has been shut down completely there's very little open place because he knows the restaurant's Allentown is close restaurant also but the only restaurant have open is inside the Pentagon itself Robert looking towards recovery here we've seen numbers that suggest as many one third of businesses pay go wonder specifically one third of small restaurant businesses we know that they're working on new protocols in the cruise industry we've been talking to people in the industry about that the hotel industry is going to have to make some changes as well to restore confidence what can we expect to see in the restaurant business any thoughts on that right think close well the restaurant at three hundred seats all fifteen seats they gonna be cutting off completely social distance it is going to be huge again we got a restore that call of those who just said with the consumer menus are going to change I think they're gonna be a lot smaller a lot more focus paper menus will be the in thing obviously not laminated menus from a standpoint of making you feel comfortable with the kitchen Max you'll almost be wearing almost like doctors scrub you won't see any baseball caps anymore I think it's gonna be very clinical and it has to be to restore that confidence obviously the hand washing you know we we told to wash our hands twenty thirty times a day you can triple that now and you mentioned boardroom with the sanitizer yes our our distilleries making sanitizer and I think in the sea that spread out across the restaurant you're going to see servers you wearing gloves when they serve the way mass again the state is going to be different the way to handle credit cards the way they handle money I think you know the old new protocols again depending on which state they the restaurants are in but it's in perfect shock as your all right let's move on a little bit while we still have some time to some food since you are a top chef part of why we created this new segment is to have shops that we respect share a quick and easy favorite recipe affairs so while we have everyone let's see we're going to post this up on our social channels as I'm speaking it's going to use ingredients hopefully that most people will have in their home something simple but delicious R. Robert what can you share what would you like to share with our listeners this recipe is really simple is fighting greed is that everybody has or at least a booking on the in the house and the recipe is simple is cold I feel it perfect yes proctor with apple delightful employees I've been greeted you know because he needs a lot of black pepper lots of fresh ground pepper comes and she's got great no cheese and chives or onion or something like that tabula rasa Robert I don't know if you know this again I mean I have to be a child is one of my favorite meals I actually retired were I always found what it's better when I'm in Italy I thank you for for this because I don't have to write a ticket for about about the past eight to ten good but it's not the same so we're gonna try to retire so wrong thank you for that we appreciate and on that note I want to ask you know we certainly see many of the places that you've traveled you know during the TV show you know I also know that you're very involved and thank you for that with the U. S. so our military and their families where is Robert Irvine's favorite place to eat when you can travel and maybe where's the best meal you've ever had see you can't do that for me one hundred and I travel a hundred fifty days a year with the military three hundred forty five days you're on the road in my regular schedule at the end of last ten years my favorite meal of all time is anywhere in the world with a member of our military sitting at the table and Cher in breaking bread my best meal and I want roast chicken and mashed potatoes I would have to say but I mean for me guys who is about love about family and about sharing and every time I get a chance to cook is like giving a piece of myself to the men and women the weather club of a nation and and as soon as.

Robert Irvine
"robert irvine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"From your own kitchen and we were joined by chef Robert Irvine here he is chef Robert Irvine who many of you probably know from his shows on Food Network well thank you for having me guys here but I want to begin with how you and your team are doing at your own restaurant public house at the Tropicana Las Vegas and I'm also told that your boardroom spirits business is now making hand sanitizer is that true yes right through Vegas obviously has been shut down completely there's very little open but because he knows the restaurant's Allentown is close restaurant also but the only restaurant have open is inside the Pentagon itself Robert looking towards recovery here we've seen numbers that suggest as many one third of businesses pay go wonder specifically one third of small restaurant businesses we know that they're working on new protocols in the cruise industry we've been talking to people in the industry about that the hotel industry is going to have to make some changes as well to restore confidence what can we expect to see in the restaurant business any thoughts on that well I think those will the restaurant the three hundred seats all fifteen seats they gonna be cutting off completely social distance it is going to be huge again we got a restore that confidence as you just said with the consumer menus are gonna change I think they're gonna be a lot smaller a lot more focused paper menus will be the in thing obviously not laminated menus from a standpoint of making you feel comfortable with the kitchen masks you'll almost be wearing almost like doctors scrub you won't see any baseball caps anymore I think it's gonna be very clinical and it has to be to restore that confidence obviously the hand washing you know we we told to wash our hands twenty thirty times a day you can triple that now and you mentioned boardroom with the sanitizer yes our our distilleries making sanitizer I might be good to see that spread out across the restaurant you're going to see servers you wearing gloves when they serve the way mass again each state is going to be different the way to handle credit because the way they handle money I think you know the old new protocols again depending on which state they the restaurants are in but it's simply a big shock to shore all right let's move on a little bit what was to have some time to some food since you are a top chef part of why we created this new segment is to have shops that we respect share a quick and easy favorite recipe affairs so while we have everyone listen we're going to post this up on our social channels as I'm speaking it's going to use ingredients hopefully that most people have in their home something simple but delicious Robert what can you share what would you like to share with our listeners this recipe is really simple is fighting greed is that everybody has or at least a booking all the in the house and the recipe is simple it's cold I feel it perfect yes the processor with apple a light volume pedal bike being greeted you know because he need blood a black pepper lots of fresh ground pepper comes and cheese factory no cheese and chives or onion or something like that fabula rasa Robert I don't know if you know this again I mean I have to be a talent is one of my favorite meal I actually retired were I always found what it's better when I'm in Italy thank you for for this because I don't I'm trying to make it for about about the past eight to ten years good but it's not the same so we're gonna try to retire so wrong thank you for that we appreciate and on that note I want to ask you know we certainly see many of the places that you've traveled you know during the TV show you know I also know that you're very involved and thank you for that with the U. S. so our military and their families where is Robert Irvine's favorite place to eat when you can travel and maybe where's the best meal you've ever had see you can't do that for me one hundred and I travel a hundred fifty days a year with the military three hundred forty five days you're on the road in my regular schedule at the end of the last ten years my favorite meal of all time is anywhere in the world with a member of our military sitting at the table and Cher in breaking bread my best meal and I want roast chicken and mashed potatoes I would have to say but I mean for me guys the food is about love about family and about sharing and every time I get a chance to cook is like giving a piece of myself to the men and women the weather part of our nation and and as soon as you know pick crunch our brand here is sharing protein bars with frontline doctors nurses and hospitals and and all the amazing folks that he gonna say but when this is over I'll be honest with you all schools that we did a few dinners pains of love back to all of them that are doing some amazing work right now yeah thanks so much for giving us back so we have about forty seconds left before we go any final thoughts on how people listening can help the industry right now we know there's take out anything else we got about forty seconds well I think anybody listening around the world around the country I'm sorry should be saying Hey listen can I buy gift cards can I donate money listen whatever you can do and the dollar goes a long way guys you know it's about taking your money and helping others out I don't know we'll throw in the same boat but that's about all you can do right now is that you know if you got some spare food there's plenty of plenty people need food right now just look at the lines of food banks I appreciate everyone that tries to help R. everybody you know mine kind was built and made to help people since the night that the kids camp each other and especially those that are less fortunate please take care of each other amen to that Robert listen thank you very much for joining us we really appreciate our best team we look for our conversation again in the future and we will post that recipe have a great weekend thanks.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"COM slash H. E. Artie Doug Gottlieb Brian Kelly top and next hour so the march madness got cancelled data better big money loser for College Sports, and you know I, love, college football and college football, growing growing support that it's going to be pushed to the spring of next year like February. February march and April I'm all for it by the way I'm always dying for stuff to talk about. February march and April I would love college football to be played at that time, and just because I always feel I, struggle on a Monday or Tuesday to get to any college football, because there's so much great nfl football, so I would love college football for one year and a separate time, but if they can't play a college football season, they're going to lose a four billion dollars. The NCWA and my takeaway is college sports systems a big house of cards anyway. It's Jenga. You pull out one football game out of conference at home pays for everything in the whole house of cards comes tumbling down. Too many teams too many Games College. Sports is a is a web of tangled bureaucracy and team. That can't support themselves if you don't make money. I'm not interested in your complaints. Sorry, water polo. Sorry, you don't have a right, devil, water polo team or a fencing team. LSU football make sixty million dollars. Everything else on their campus loses twenty five million, even their great baseball program, and it's great made a half a million dollars two years ago. It's a tangled mess of a web and I and I have. This is what it means. That, you're going to have to scale back and I'm hearing now. People are going to start canceling stuff, so be it. If, it's not making money I'll give you an example. You ever see that. Show a restaurant, impossible or bar rescue. You ever see Robert Irvine's one of those guys you know and the chef guy and what's the first thing he comes in? Does he looks at the menu in strips it down, and he shrinks the menu and he says you have too many items on the menu. because. You got a million things. You're not the cheesecake factory. Don't try, and they've got. You know they can't do half of them right? And he says Gimme six things you do well. A couple of drinks paint the join up. Let's go and get rid of those two employees who are lazy and they're always complaining stripped down bar rescue and restaurant impossible. That is always the answer and by the way. Capitalism without bankruptcy is Catholocism without hell. It's not the government's job to save every business. The best will survive and in college football. Great programs make a bunch of money. Then have a men's and women's basketball program. I like baseball and softball and I'd also throw in volleyball. That's a personal favourite after that fencing. Good luck. Wrestling. How many people show up beside parents? You know it so I think you're gonNA see where this virus incredible efficiency I think. We're GONNA. Live different I, think the I think we've gotten fat and happy over the last ten years, too many people too much. Debt, too many businesses with too much debt I worry about individual people in America I worry about individual families and children. I don't want to grow with poverty that is bleak, but if you're telling me, the college sports system can be trimmed down seventy percent. How many sports do you watch outside of football in the final March madness? I mean. How much do you watch? I think regionally in the northeast hockey programs in the West. You probably keep some water polo and. Golf stuff all right? But this is efficiency. Is the norm, and my concern is for individuals, families, kids, parents, not for bureaucracies joy with news. On the news, this is the third line news. Well the dolphins will have some options at quarterback with the fifth overall pick and according to the Miami Herald, the team has done a significant amount of work studying just in Herbert over the last two years, the reportedly impressed with his hand, sized and arm strength, but are aware that some of the evaluators concerns with his accuracy and leadership potential, and they also recently had a bitter video conference with him, according to Fox, bets the suggest and Herbert or dolphins plus one thirty charter bus one seventy. jags plus six hundred pages for seven hundred panthers plus eight hundred. I don't know if I believe. That the dolphins are that sold onto it anymore. Well just don't buy it. We are one week away from the greatest day. My favorite day of the year outside. Of maybe the Super, bowl is draft day joy. I am alday drink I am going to leave this show that day and I am going to sit there. I don't know I'll tell you. I know the first two picks in the draft. And after that I told you I think the chargers are moving up in picking one of these guys. They like but I. It was funny. Fox asked me to do a mock first round. You know and I'm thinking about it last night and I started writing down players. You really start guessing like I think New England at the end of the draft going to take notre. Dame's tight end because they needed tied in, but it is a I mean after about the first seven or eight picks. I don't know I I. Really. There's about seven to eight players, maybe ten to a really good after that it's need. People always say it's not about need. They always say. We picked the best player. That's nonsense. The best player is not just in Herbert. Need a quarterback they may take just in Herbert. It's about when you go to the grocery store. You go get what you need, right? You don't go there and say you know the rakes on sale, but you've already got to race. You get the milk because you need Melk for super serial so I can't wait. Well, I do think that the key to this year's draft is the lions. Because we're pretty sure we know what Cincinnati and was going to do. One or two, but the lions could they could swing the entire first round of the draft, because if they trade back or if they decide to take a quarterback that. Domino's can fall depending on what they do so the eagles are very reportedly very high on wide receiver, CD Lamb, the chances of him falling to Philly, as twenty first pick are pretty low, but the team is reportedly aggressively seeking a trait up to get him and GM Howie Roseman is said to be absolutely in love with lamb. They had a lot of injuries last season wide receiver obviously. Only played in three games. First of all Howie Roseman. May. When that? Howie Roseman doesn't let anything out to anybody. I wouldn't be surprised of Howie. Roseman doesn't tell his scouting director who he likes. They never let anything sneak out now. All of a sudden, some guy that works for a radio. Station has all the answers on what how he roseman doing. got. The idea that you're trading up to get a receiver in this particular drop is kind of crazy. We assumed that the that the eagles. We're going to take receiver because they had all right I mean they were designated last year and part.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A restaurant is tough especially a small one the study's Verity one finds about one in four new places closing in the first year with the majority gone within three years a few get help from Robert Irvine he is in his sixteenth season trying to help failing restaurants turn things around hosting the Food Network show restaurant impossible you left eighty five people walk in the door you think it's that is true she told me you run the front unit run the front axle you created a problem from the start he says despite the strong economy times are tough for a lot of restaurant owners I think it's just tough in general for the restaurants you know even though the the average person is making more money that this buying more stuff to cook at home so I think is it is a tough time but I can see this stunning change the other way where we'll pick one of two days will up we'll have a nice meal them I love the casual male you know it could be I'm but whatever so that the people are doing well on the fast casual restaurants like Applebee's or chili's Applebee's chili's the taco taco bell these are the they're doing very well in rural areas is probably hasn't spread out so much but in more concentrated areas delivery is much more of a big thing now how is that affecting the business well I think and anyway you can take it all away from us I'm a business or add a dollar you know instead of instead of I'm not cooking tonight we're going to go and get something delivered if the trouble I find with delivery is is never the same quality as you get the restaurants sometimes arise because sometimes the wrong order and by the time you figure out if you need it because you got a little but I think it's changed dramatically skull people eating different types of food official how do you feel about part of the Democratic Party presidential races that's been talk about minimum wage I know there are different rules that in restaurants because of tipped wages any thoughts on that from talking to people in the business there are a lot of people that are doing the fixed income fixed tips eccentric for me I always believe in when you take somebody's name on the quality of the service and I think if you if you if you pre taped them as it were yeah they don't have to care I'm not saying they don't care but they don't have two kids will have to give you the the service so I'm all about Hey listen I don't mind tipping this should be a minimum ten by the way I believe that because English people on one of them they don't like to tip when it comes to America and I think they should be the attitude there but yet to be careful that we don't incite people not doing their jobs correctly maybes maybe Denise with the baby and have a I don't know sort of a customary ten percent service fee and then I'm okay with the fifteen percent service free and then add more based on based on you know the service you get at because I believe in him and I was the view to me well I'm going to give you a hundred percent if I don't care about that I do because I believe in that as part of my experience when you serve me the food can be great but if the service is is not good that it doesn't matter how good the food is if the service is great and the food is mediocre I'm going back to the place so that's part of what the experience is about is being served right and and that's why I don't mind paying for service how many restaurants have you gone into now for impossible two hundred and seven did you notice over those two hundred seven a pattern of is it a lot of people who can cook but I'm so good at the business side of you noticed like a few different much hit the nail on the head that's also the problem is it is something you can be a great chef I am but not how many business I came in and and if you look at the the great chefs and all of them but some of them have business managers for that reason they just want to cook there they don't care about the business pi piece but majority of mom and pop operations that I go into they have no idea about when they buy the business number one somebody says union between the seventy thousand dollars for business and I said well it did you have somebody look at the books you know to see if that's what they're making no no we took the wood on it well I just told you a business that you don't own the the the actual restaurant because it's least on land this lease and you paid twenty seven thousand dollars for nothing so I think it is as a lot of what's the word I'm looking for it they they they don't have any knowledge of anything so then you go into a restaurant because you think it's gonna be great when you look at well FF any fixes other than you you buy a place where you lease a place then of the sun the high back the ventilation goes out on break so that you know and at least that's all on you so you you aren't be unable to start with it's tough to run a restaurant it's safe you know by restaurant whatever you think you're gonna make in revving you put in the bank whatever you think you're gonna make in and cost put it in the bank and I have an old find something breaks down quick you've got it you've done as a with a lot of the shows you go back to places we visit every now and then what's what's the recidivism rate the people fly back into their patterns of human beings I gotta tell you I am so so surprise we have seventy eight percent successful in the restaurants we've done after I mean I just went back to one that was done eight years ago one point one million dollars in debt they paid off that debt the restaurant looks amazing just like it when I left and then making three point four million dollars a year so you know if people listen remember in there for forty eight hours right and they give them lessons and the hard lessons in it and it's a it's it's a tiring time but if they follow the lessons after I leave and they call me or email me and the team because that's what I do with them this successful it's only the people that decide I'm not gonna do that because my old people don't like that menu you know my my customers one this that's the problem you go back they fail every town seems to have every neighborhood seems to have that cursed location where a place is there for six months and then it goes under another place opens up it goes underground is that mostly just bad landlords I think it is I think is well his thing and I've been in one of those I was in a mall in South Carolina that was the original one the original photos to read houses then every person to be in there except me failed I was in there for four years and decided to close I moved moved addresses but I was successful because I give a product that people wanted the price they wanted the quality level and they came in busloads so I I'm not a big believer in Hey is a bad place I think it's just bad management and then he is a problem when you become so successful then the landlord says well you had a six thousand a month ago we sixteen thousand miles on it and that happens all the time even when I fix restaurants now I just had one Michael D. as doing amazing was doing three thousand dollars a day after I left and the line will come into a brand new building now because I fixed it I took it from under him that's that's just bad bad news so you can be a victim of your own success yes as a resolutely this a few days left in this crunch for that challenge was that about six so his is the will is there is a great idea you know on a company got cold feet crunch for every crunch that you do lots of ours right protein bars yet pledging bars protein powders collision for every crunch that you do will give you one dollar so basically if you do twenty crunches and you put it on to any social media platform hi sag crunch for events a new video it when you've done twenty thirty forty this Adam gave you one we will put in a dollar towards that so that way we can by wheelchairs new laws to great things for our veterans you do a lot for veterans tell me about the Robert Irvine foundation with the foundation I started about six years ago I would treat garrisons for many many years he is their friend he has that he has that in that chair so really so amazing I just put him on Saturday we just for a thousand troops he was going to a concert in San Diego naval Medical Center we've been doing that these symbols will spare vessels I was a twenty first invisible supervised on Saturday so is is about doing more for further actions and and now we've we've give away over a million and a half dollars in in the five years that we've been doing this and it kind of consumes you want to do more there's always more you can do is always more I need for our veterans and is as I travel about a hundred fifty days a year with our active duty men and women around the world we have a restaurant in the Pentagon it's just a big deal for me anything military wise is a big deal because I think we tend to forget as Americans that yes we have an service but just because you don't hear about in the news or newspapers they're not doing anything and yet the deployant longer now away from the families and it's our job to make sure that we make sure they know we love him we don't have a twenty four a U. S. tools will do more this year and the and the cries for a vet I forgot to add in there that you can nominate three more people you know so we pay it forward is doing some good stuff you know we we do events all year round be Sydney's redo a golf tournament we do a big event in October close guy bowl where we bring in all American Airlines are great pond it brings in all of the folks to Dallas we take over big gala at craft hang on let me get into a restaurant and we take to Disney twenty six hundred and forty kids fallen heroes at Christmas so there's an awful lot in and it is kind of for me as well as fund is funded for L. people Robert Irvine host of restaurant impossible on Food Network Robert that's coming in at all you're welcome and don't forget transvestite cross river and it's a nice weekend afternoons at three with Sean Hannity on talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. and W. C. D. M. dot com thanks.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on KTOK

"Robert Irvine new show is restaurant impossible re visited and chef this version is a little different well the goal the coolest thing is eight rest my balls was just hitting it sixteen season we got one episode left issue next week and we go saying that seventeen seasons but revisited is they show that we've gone back and seeing all these restaurants we done that a successful right at seven eight percent success rate in the things we've done so you'll see that one first which is an hour and then we go into a new new episode arrest by a possible right after that I got five you get a couple hours I've seen the shows and I've also seen some of the footnotes after the shows of some of the corrections you maiden sometimes you go back and the and the owners of kind of reverted to bad habits let me put it right back whether it Robert Irvine is with this restaurant impossible revisited and would you ever get into a situation Robert with all the limitations and I know before the cameras rolled the ever say dag call a bulldozer we need to just bulldoze the place pretty much every episode I do it's about a month ago I I will be at the end of it at the end of the day I have to be you know real people that don't have a lot of money the card read obey everything like like we do I mean we put ten thousand dollars into it me because of the short we can but what I get upset about the most is that they don't clean and cleaning it hot water and soap and and a little scrubby and must be I'm there so that's why I get upset the most when they don't list and and they don't take initiative or there's no leadership I get you come put a new a new table top or new whatever but clean it you know yeah but that's me at home too it's and and I think the more I goal I do like to cook and I do I do like to experiment with new things and I'm been trying to replace as much of my cookware with stainless steel as possible because it's easier to clean yeah absolutely and and you gotta make sure appeals that me what the best life quotes best cookware whatever you want there's no such thing is the best boss you know some last a little bit longer than others that's all we're talking to Robert Irvine restaurant impossible re visited you also know him from several other shows I know you've got a big soft spot for the military why is that well I was a member of the Nazi's navy and marine corps for many I traveled with the US military under fifty days a year I have a big foundation based on military building houses buying dogs that your system programs gold star families the U. S. so I mean I've been twenty twenty seven trips to the US so I'll do another six this year the military is an important part of what I do and their families are veterans because I think we forget because we don't hear about every day what we do this station all around the world that I listen all right hold in Spain Diego Garcia England Germany and it's our job to make sure those folks whether talk about nation knows that we care about them at the big part of what I do big part of everything I do in fact I noticed that too I had the privilege of earlier this fall of visiting the Pentagon I have a very good friend who was just promoted to Jr general in the Air Force he gave me a tour of the Pentagon and we had lunch at your restaurant there in the Pentagon was delicious cool yeah I I love that we we open at three years ago and the money we raise from that goes into welfare fund for the men and women which is very cool that's not the only location you have them all over so I have I have I have a restaurant in Vegas I have a lot of feeding a basis we work with it may be break closely and may be changed in the eighties and commissaries so what we do a lot of that physical fitness is important to you I know as well being a chef it must be difficult to have to put the food down every now and then well it is a leading I get up early in the morning and worked out for an hour up every day and then I eat a lot with a little bit Robert Irvine he is the chef and restaurant impossible revisited is his new program you are a proponent of with your coat your healthy living book fit fuel a chef's guide to eating well and living your best life can you have a little bit of everything yeah I believe I believe there's no such thing is dire I believe that eating a moderation drinking in moderation if you wanna Winona tequila you want a soda thank go ahead just do it in moderation nobody says about that you know yep even three balls the ticket or apply and are you going to pick up a shot so coca Cola or you know you know chicken baked cheesecake whatever it is moderation is the key small meals more frequently get some exercise it doesn't mean you have to go to a gym all you like your rabbit what it means there's no way to hot level go up and down the stairs twice three times racial label over his normal resting rate over twenty minutes and you're burning fat well and then you're the evidence of that because I know you're around food all day but you manage to stay in shape so thanks for the tips Robert Irvine restaurant impossible revisited and I hope you can hang on for a few more minutes while I continue to talk to him and feature him in my later with lead at the use podcast which is available at Katie okay dot com and the I heart radio app for free.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The first hill in what is a mountain to climb, and I hope to climb it with the community, and they had about twenty layoffs to save money including teachers and a lot of the sports programs parenthood have to do the fundraising if they're going to have certain sports, and they're gonna start with the fall sports, which I think might require about eighty or ninety grand fundraising from outside sources the vote in Johnstown, huge huge turnout. Fourteen hundred to eight hundred but it does pass second time around. Margin also voters in Lansing Berg. They approved a revised school budget. This just has a property tax hike of about a half a percent, LT's grill in niskayuna. You've been there before a quite a long time ago, but I guess there's a show on the food network called restaurant impossible, where they go to troubled, quote, unquote restaurants. And this guy Robert Irvine makes over the restaurant in two days on a budget of ten grand, and hopefully gives it new life, and they have so-called troubled restaurants, applying for this, and I, sadly, I guess, LT's qualified as trouble the restaurant, July tenth and eleventh, they will be filming at the location. Listen I've been there a bunch of times trivia, it's right next to the high school in this Yuna, they should be doing a better business than the are there aren't a whole lot of restaurants with bars and things you can go to ski, you know, I mean other than Commons and nothing has revived there either they ruby Tuesdays that went out at tilted kilt that one out. There's like Pinera. Five guys that's about all it's lunch. There aren't a lot. So you would think that a place that serves you know, some burger beer or glass of wine or something would do very well centrally located, but it, it, it didn't they need some serious help. So, yeah, so sadly, they've said, well, these struggling enough to qualify to be on the show, and so they're going to they're asking for volunteers, but not like you were me to stay. They want electrocutions and legitimate contractors to volunteer their services, July, tenth and eleventh, so in and find that so outrageous. This was first reported by Steve Barnes who does the excellent table hopping blog on the times union in the time. And he was a little bit of shape. He's saying, hey, the food network makes one point two billion dollars year. Why should contractors hardworking types have to quote donate donate to this rich entity? And by the way, maybe some federal laws and you and I are thinking, well, first of all the food network has the legal east taken care of. And if you don't you don't have the volunteer to do the work they're saying if you want, hey, if you wanna volunteer volunteer, we'd love to have you, and I'm sure you'll get some kind of credit at the end, it's great advertising for people are gonna watch it. Locally. That's great. I'll give them some business. I see the show. I don't watch her anymore because every shows exactly the same, but bar rescue this is like this is like bar rescue, at a restaurant. I can see they just just sounds like a direct rip off this guy John tamper, so-called expert goes into trouble bars and comes in, you know, yells at people and then, like a two or three days, redesigns it and retrain staff, and all that changes the menus and and but in those things they do a lot of product placement as well as mentioned at the end. And so, I think the contractors if they volunteer they'll get paid back in some fashion. It's very similar to the hotel hell that Ramsey's to do something similar. It's really just an effort to kind of give them a new opportunity to fresh things up a little bit, maybe drawing some more clients, and maybe they'll get a boost and business can't hurt, especially, you know, a local place like that. Just quick mentioned. There's been a lot of comings and goings it seems anyway at cross gates. And now there's another coming cross gates mall. They're going to this was announced a while back, but it is finally ready to open. I guess there's a Connecticut based chain. This is against Barnes times, union Maggie, MC flies. Local craft eatery in bars up next Wednesday, bewilderingly large menu one hundred eighty items and they also have like seventy five beers on Tampa as you've mentioned there. They do use a lot of local product. There are chain. They, they know what works for them. And they can still be the can still Bill themselves. They local craft eatery embar by using local products. I think it's a great opportunity for local producers and for the time being we can still use plastic straws in the city of. They've table, a measure, that would get rid of the plastics. Paper straws are nasty. They really disgusting. I understand the whole point of using a paper product rather than a plastic product breaks down easier and faster in the environment. But what do you put a paper products in water or moisture is going to break down almost immediately trying to drink a straw, something of a product that paper star is one of a paper spoon for your spoon for your soup? And let me know how that works out fast, right? Shucking Kelly forty-one glucose, Lucille believes.

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"So it's that's kind of a great food concept, particularly leaning towards seafood, but there are so many other places that are just really kinda cool the howling wolf talkradio and Sam. So if you like tacos, and that type of stuff not really fancy, but it's a good place. Go and get a quick bite. And and and I love that. And there's another one called bit bar you go in there. And they have like the, you know, the nineteen eighty pinball machines. And a lot of food. They're just quick food. But I liked that I liked except rest, and it's just it's just fun. And and you could play pacman and all those type of games in there, and you have a drink and just just hang out and that set in the the bit bar is actually set they used to be the jailhouse in Salem, tell you and I have talked about this. I love when they repurpose things like that into restaurants food places kind of thing. It's just fantastic. Yes. Some of the cells is still there. Not wear to propose. Maybe when it goes back to the wedding. If you want the symbolism now in jail, let's have a meal like okay, but don't propose there. Yeah. But it's kinda cool. The only problem with a bit bar for me is so limited parking right there. So you're gonna have to walk you get in there. But it is kinda worth it did stop in you could actually park in Washington street, and then one of the garages and just take a little bit of a walk and get right on over to it. So it's not a bad spot to go in. They actually have a diner. Vehbi that is really kind of cool. It's called the ugly mug diner. I know it very small small and pretty much. Everybody is an ugly mug in there. Yes. So that's how they came up with the idea and the concept, and they also on the lobster Shanti. So very kind of colorful folks that have these two plays. I think the lobster, Shannon. I don't think there's there year round, but they should be opening up really soon and the lobster Shani. They just do everything with lobsters, you wanna lobster MARTINI. You could have one they have actual claw. That that kind of like highlights the MARTINI. Not the way I want. Enjoy my lobster. But it's the only way you're going to get me to ever have a MARTINI. You better put a lot of lobster in there. But yeah, I I you, and I we love the novelty stuff like, yeah. All in. Yeah. It's just cool. There's nothing nothing more about that. I love going to the places because I expect the food to be good. You know, good enough. I mean, it doesn't have to be great. But I love going there for other reasons, you know, whether it's set in a jailhouse whether there's a Bank vault. Yes. That is so cool. I am. I'm so old, libraries, sometimes are old churches. Even you've seen that stuff. I love that stuff matter of fact Rockefellers underneath and I didn't get a chance to do this and see it. I guess there's some tunnel hidden tunnels underneath the the restaurant. Moore those could talk right. Yeah. And Robert Irvine. I guess he has a new show coming up on the food channel. I guess he was just there a couple of months ago, filming in those tunnels to he didn't restaurant impossible. So I'm not sure what type of a thing show that he has coming up soon. But. That's gonna be kinda cool to see. But I didn't get a chance to go down. And and and see the tunnels. But I'm thinking maybe go back for like a Halloween show. Oh, yeah. That I'm all in ads. Really scary. Of course, Salem midnight. All make sense right there. Right. Oh, yeah. Matt, right. Right. You'll you'll see ghost. And if you don't see a goes, go get a spirits at the bar and then had backed down there. The hell teeny there. Ooh, I see. Now, we're talking you have to sign a waiver to have hell teeny. And let me doing. We gotta do some stuff man you this year. Soap matter you because I never got to that murder burger in now, I can't get that murder burger that places become something different. And I'm like so this year, we gotta do it..

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"robert irvine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"robert irvine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"What are your thoughts about going to that restaurant after it was cleaned up? Then because I say this because there was one in Ohio is the mad cactus in strong in Robert Irvine had gone there for restaurant and possible. Now, I had been to the mad cactus before Robert Irvine had gone there, and I didn't need Robert Irvine to tell me that this is what it looks like I ended up and I say this on the air. I don't think I've ever gotten as blitzed as I had my life because all I did was drink Margaritas because I was not going to eat anything even remotely close to food. I was scared of the lime that they were giving me. After law said don't even give me fruit, just whatever's going in there just do that are you comfortable with that? Because my logic behind this is that it fits like that before for however long that's a that's a habit, and Greg is a cook as you know, professional foodie. You get habits, and you can have somebody changed. But then you go back to that. Is that something that you guys would do like if you saw a local restaurant on any names, but you saw them on a TV show. And then say well looks like they've cleaned up their act. Would you go in there? I would go in. But probably depends on how long after. You know, in those I want to be the test crew that they funnel in at the end of the show when the hot new chef Warren mayor right, and they're bringing in the president not six months down the line where you know, Jimmy the mechanic is doing his side job. But isn't that what the issue with all these shows is like the was the one that they built the home? They they redid the whole home. Oh, extreme makeover. Yeah. Yeah. So there's that there's the these turnaround the restaurant shows. So it's great to see where it was what they did to it. Palos. Great. But what about six months down the road grocery makeover one though is because some people get put in bad situations. Like, there was a fire their house caught on fire, or you know, some of those are the more feel good story. I get it. But I wanna see the follow up. I wanna see the real life follow while, you know, why they know what happened with the taxes. With that show that people are losing their houses because they couldn't afford the taxes on. Yeah. Right. They give him this multi thousand dollar house. Like, why didn't get a new job? And I didn't get anything out of the hell am I gonna pay for all this new wave technology that you put in here? That's what happened to the house of maple heights. I believe they lost their house. It was a beautiful gesture. Yeah. I mean, it's I it is nice. But after a while, you know, uncle SAM's, like, I'm alright, I'll give rats. Nice house. Yeah. I liked that house cuyahoga county is reassessing your property value. Right. Tell you that. I like those kitchen night because I love the show. Like, I if I mad that I can't get kitchen nightmares on seasons. 'cause I love that show. I like the new one he does at twenty four hour one. But what do you really like about like, I'm I I have a theory on. I'm just trying to prove this up. What do you really like about those some of them are true reclamation projects like the owner might be going through some sort of issue? It might be something going on in their life that has made that restaurant turning that when they first opened everything was peachy keen, but they're going through a divorce or they might have lost somebody or somebody that founded the restaurant is in there and the real good was taken as a reclamation project and they reclaim in. They do what they're supposed to do. I'm thinking of the one where I think they were a family owned, and I think the father had been running it in the father had passed away. So the kids were kind of like we wanted, but they didn't act like they wanted, but they finally got their act together. I I like I mean, I'm not gonna lie that I liked the showmanship of a guy like Gordon Ramsay. I Robert Irvine. I liked that tough as nails. Type thing. But also because I I do I do follow the restaurant industry. I I'd like to know when you see some of the things of why business hasn't isn't working. And then you see what they do in the customer service lacks or not doing stuff fresh. They have stuff sits dirty, whatever. And then you go around the restaurants. And you're like, okay now, I know why no one's coming in here. And it's just stuff you see. I just it's entertaining to me because of the food industry 'cause I Greg you would know this is that if you're really good at it. There's a lot of money involved in it. If you're terrible at it. You're going to bomb you're going to really really quick. So do you like him? I mean, I don't watch him. Now. Unlike I think a lot of that is a lot of people watch to watch people get yelled at be called how bad they are. It's not that. I don't like the negativity or the the way they're handling teaching people lessons than the good that they do after. But I don't really just watch a lot of television in general to be honest fair enough. What about you do you like that kind of stuff like the makeover type things? If I'm to watch television. Yeah. I enjoy them. I like, I don't know. I feel like you have a lot of the kind of underdog stories and those watch for the confrontation at all. That's like watching American idol just in the beginning to watch people fail. I don't know. I know a lot of people do that. I still the best part of American idol. I don't wanna get off track. Here is when somebody's up there in their horrible. And Randy Jackson would sit there. I'm sorry for the people on radio. They can't see this. And he would just hold his piece of paper up laughing. Isn't that worse than laughingly? That's has the best you think about. Oh, right. The first couple shows that they run during every season. They they'll show I'm going Hollywood or whatever. But then the majority of it is the terribleness. Yes. And it's funny because they have to show that they weed out the crap, right, right? And there isn't there and they hold up white pieces of paper in front of their face and laugh behind the paper like they're hiding something. The only thing that kind of gets me on some of the especially Gordon Ramsay. Is how can I know he's a very prominent chef, and I know he has his own stuff. But I also do know that some of his restaurants have closed due to certain things that he didn't. It's not that they weren't clean. It's not that whatever it's just that. They didn't work because he wasn't doing something. Right. So they didn't work. To have a guy like Gordon Ramsay who was from Great Britain talk about talion food. I understand that a lot of great chefs no different at like, Michael Simon. You win Michael Simo and have a announce a barbecue in him. But he's pulled it off. Because he can do that. But can he be that well versed in everything to be able to open up an Italian restaurant just happened? And I hate to say, but you know, Jonathan Sawyer his Italian restaurants closing. Because I think he took on too much. He has all these different concepts around Cleveland, and he wasn't focusing on one specific thing. Kind of what we talked about. With kinda like menu. I'd rather be great at one two three things then be mediocre at fifteen twenty different items. And I think that's what happens in restaurants to totally agree. So with that being said, let's let's get back to wings. Do this. Did you wanna you'd mentioned hartsville? Yeah, hardware, so just to circle back on that. There is a SEA or a steak cook off association competition, and that's gonna be June sixteenth. So if you think you can cook the best steak ever. Real quick. And how it sets up you. You're gonna pay a fee, you're gonna show up. It's a one day operation. I'm not sure is going to provide or or have access to grills or something like that. But typically in an SEA venue show up with your own grill and fuel than you pay your fee. You get in you draw a number depending on how many cooks are going to be there. And then they have all the stakes there. They're all rib eye steaks. So everybody's going to be cooking the same cut, and you go from one to fifty so one picks first, and then they reverse draw on the second round. So you're gonna cook to stakes turn in one of them. And the target temp for SEA is medium, and they do have a like a cut of what a medium steak is supposed to look like. So when they judge you they cut your stake open. They hold a card right to the center of the steak, and then they will judge you up and down accordingly. You could win a thousand bucks for if you win that event thousand bucks. I am on the website inaugur inauguration. I don't see anything for that. Yeah. Carlos. How would they go about doing that? Just go to the contact us. Find information then they'll go from there. The heartfelt page. Yeah. Okay. Sorry, heartfelt. I don't mean your website polls. I thought you meant SEA. So I think you can go to SCA or stay cook offs dot com and registered through there. Okay. But it's gonna be at the heart. Ville hardware location or go to hartsville hardware dot com. Contact us customer service. They'll get you actually might be kind of fun. Maybe something that we could do I'm going to I'm going to give it a world. As a competitor. Yeah. Why not okay? Like, I cook pretty good steak. I know a lot of top state cooks in the country right now that I can shake off of. Very cool. That's the barbecue cheat. Just in case. You were wondering I was wondering. All right. So let's let's get to the meat of this. Sorry. I try the chicken wing versus the boneless piece of chicken. Because I don't call boneless wings. And I am going to say this as a you know, 'cause I like to sometimes take food terminology and turn it around. Maybe if you ever see the thing wing dings and the wing spelled with a y. There's a reason why it's spelled with a y. K? And that's all I'm going to say about that wing dings, don't confuse them with chicken. So we'll just we'll put that on there. So when you see your Tyson wingding, appetizers dot, I don't know where we're going that. Yeah. Just letting you know it's going back to an argument we had earlier in the week of how you get ten chicken nuggets from Burger King for a dollar. They buy a lot of. Yes. Price. Volume price. Yes, I did say, okay. So Thomas in Greg and Alison of gone with the bone in traditional wing to the traditional. I have gone the boneless route. Why? What's the preference of the the bone in for much like I was giving Thomas crap for earlier about the? Past romance of Fahd Rutgers. That's all I knew growing up. There was no like I said there was no boneless option that I knew of my dad would make him in the house. We'd have these big wing cook offs or cookouts. I guess I mean inside the house, but was it always an ice school like fifteen buddies come over and my dad would make fifty pounds of wings deep fried. Art. Household as at a deep fry. Yes, traditional and it was the crisco shortening into the deep fryer kind of a thing. And then they were painted with the traditional anchor bar wing sauce, which we have the recipe of. And that's how we knew wings. So when I go to a wing joined it's always gonna be a traditional. I would never get a boneless wing..

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