21 Burst results for "Saracho"

"saracho" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"saracho" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"Have you ever had tiger sauce. No and you're missing out tiger sauce. You can only get around here. At burkitt's i found out. But i used to watch a lot of barbecue shows And about a lot of barbecue. Competition shows And one of them there was a guy. johnny trigg and he always made the best ribs. He wouldn't win on brisket he wouldn't went on pork but he always went on ribs. His ribs would destroy everyone and the way he made him like he smoked them for a while and then when he went to wrap them he'd wrap them in tin foil but he would put down And he hated his competition rips. He's like i would never et's he's like but they win every time so that's why i make him this way anyway. So he'd put down brown sugar and then he'd put parque butter like spray butter. You know via like spray the crap out of this the brown sugar with parquet butter and then he would put tiger sauce in there and i always thought it was funny that it was called. Tiger sauce is that a real thing. I was at bir cats years ago. And i saw it so i bought it and i made ribs that way. I thought they were great. Really and i've bought tiger saw. I just bought some not too long ago. It's a really interesting like it sweet. But it's got like a spice and a bite to it. That is very enjoyable. It's like something you will never have from anything else. I've never had this flavor before. it's tiger sauce. I usually just use saracho. i love russia. Saracho put in everything but this this is much sweeter meeting with it. I put it in my hair do you. That's what i slick it back with. So you're real saracho saracho fan and you know it's really getting spaghetti. That's not sure all it's amazing and spaghetti. Trust me. that's what you want to have anything with a so..

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The Trader Joes Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

05:01 min | 1 year ago

The Trader Joes Haul

"Hey everyone. It's me Lisa Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am here very excited with Mikey and Jamie is. Excited to be here with us. Yes, I'm so excited for several reasons one. I probably sound a little more clear right now because we have new fancy schmancy audio capabilities so I probably sound a little more like I'm next. You guys on thinking that. I'm as happy as I would be. Next year. And I'm also excited because this episode. Wait for it. It's our first hall in months. And not gas any hall. No, it's a trader Joe's hall and I actually I slept trader. Joe's I bought a bunch of stuff. And then what did I do I? Left it on your doorstep. It was the best surprise delivery ever. We didn't know what you guy. We just knew there was a bag of traderjoes. Yeah so we've got a whole bunch of stuff to taste, which is super exciting, because not that I. Don't love the podcast that we do, but I'm going to be honest. My favorite ones when we try foods. Are You with me? I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm I pretty excited about them too, and I think the audience loves them I think so too, and today's podcast is also sponsored. Do. You want to know who. You! Two hundred who it's also. I already know, but it's a great sponsor, so tell us wait. You already know Jamie, you really blueberries. Today's podcast is sponsored by a bean boom. I love that name, but are being about a boom so clever. It's really fun to say it is. Let's say that for the next half hour. Being okay I'm. GonNa stop. I'm really annoying I'm GONNA give you. The history of a bean bought a boom. I. I don't know if you guys out there. Know this, but the fantastic people behind enlightened ice cream that ice cream that were obsessed with that we love. They created these crunchy snacks several years ago. They're made from roasted broad beans or fava beans, which I was unfamiliar with believe it or not like. Are you a father of being Fan Norman until I turned? I only knew of them from that movie. fava beans with. The lands exactly well. These are like it's this crunchy snack. That is incredible like they come in one hundred calorie packs. There's like thirteen flavors everything from sweet Saracho, sweet onion, mustard, zesty ranch spicy was sobbing nacho cheese. They even have sweet flavors that are great to you can eat the straight out of the package like instead of like a pretzel or a chip and you know I'm obsessed with like salty. Snacks and their portion controlled and they're loaded with protein. They have fiber. They're good for your. They're all natural there Vegan I don't even know where to stop their amazing. They're D- best. I do not know how they squeeze so much flavor and crunch into those little bits of deliciousness. And like the thing that gets me so excited is whenever there's a product that I love. It's like I personally feel responsible if people are going to invest in buy something and if somebody doesn't love it I'm like wait. You'RE GONNA love it, but in this case I have to say they're running a special that you. It's like too good to be true. You get fifty two bags individual snack bags for twenty, nine, ninety seven. It's under thirty dollars for fifty two bags. You get all the flavors I think it's like four of each flavor. which is incredible, and so it comes out to like sixty cents a bag and they call it the boombox which is. So cute. We put this in our email. The other day and people went absolutely wild, I think they sold like seven hundred and fifty thousand just kidding. They sold Laurie. There's still some left. And it's normally it's normally already a great value. But you hit that twenty nine dollar mark with the forty percent off hungry girl, special right right. Yes, and they have to use code hungry forty hungry forty, so people go to being snacks, dot com, or you can go to Hungary Dash, go dot, com slash food cast when you see that link for the boombox use code, hungry forty and get free shipping and forty percent off, which is so cool, yeah? So, so good and I have to tell you Lisa. Do you know what my favorite uses for about you I bet you could guess for about about him. Probably has to do with lettuce towers so. It's like I can't even. It's just the flavor that it brings in the crunch. It's like croutons times a thousand. I agree with you, but my favorite uses just like stuffing them in my face. Dreamy which flavor do you go to? The I think. Is there a barbecue one? You want rbq. That's my favorite. That's my. Saracho. I Nelson like the sweet cinnamon on Yogurt on Greek yogurt. It's like I. I can't even it's so good.

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"saracho" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"saracho" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"There just like super basic components. I have not become competent in my skills yet to like out into throwing other stuff in. But in retrospect might be like maybe something that might help you know the overall are the flavors working together. They're working okay. That's the thing is I have the basics down so now it's like I want to add some stuff and I was thinking about roasting some tomato slices and putting them in there as well. I'm me manny was like it's just basic soy sauce like I'm not. I'm not a huge like I'll maybe put like some Saracho in afterwards but I'm not huge on spice so I'm like I'm not particularly like I'm always wary about throwing too much in and then having like completely ruined my tongue for hours afterwards but I guess since I completely over-salted everything last time I don't want to necessarily go too much. In the other direction. In terms of taste micro plane to while he did. I always liked to at the very end micro. Playing a clove of garlic internet storefronts. Good Yeah I do ginger as well. That's the best way to break ginger. We recently we had a zest for awhile back that we used and abused and we just recently got a one. So we've been using a lot of like zest ginger and some of our dishes to break that out again. I would. Also I'm a big. I'm a symbolic guy over Saracho. Saw Yeah I think it's all much easier. Have you learned how to make the Sweet Chili dipping sauce that we get a lot of time restaurants with that because it's super easy to know but I very much wanted shootings? We had Thai food the other day and I was glad. I'm not the only person who did. Emily made this incredible at.

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What's in Lisa's Amazon Cart

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

07:41 min | 1 year ago

What's in Lisa's Amazon Cart

"We're GONNA jump right in now and start because we have a lot of products and then we have that crazy interview so rather than take up the entire day for people by the way. I don't know what else to do where to jump in and start talking about products. I wanted to start by mentioning a beauty product that I think is very relevant right now because I keep hearing from everyone that they're Harris so grey and they don't know what to do and I always joke like if I don't get my hair color on a month that I Albert Einstein so it's like wishful thinking actually Bam Bam looks exactly like Albert Einstein. But she does not use this product. I do this is a product that I highly recommend to anyone that has any kind of routes that they had issues with. And it's something called. Wow or color while I just call it. Wow powder that's like my shorthand name for it and it looks like this like it almost looks like it would be like some kind of makeup like a plush or something and it comes in a little black case and it comes with a little brush and you could just touch up your roots and it really works so guys. I know you can't eat this but if you're out there and you're wondering why your hair's not looking as good as it did a month and a half ago this color. Wow is the answer to all of your needs honestly. You're wearing a hat today. Did you not put on your color while I did? Not if I took my hat off I would for writing you. We'll be putting my collar. Wow on later before I agree. My facebook live all right all right but now we'll get back to the food. So let's jump into the snack category because I don't know I find myself snacking throughout the day. More eating fewer like big meals and more snacky type things. I don't know if you guys are doing the same thing. I'm totally doing that. Mike is very snacky the other day he came into the Kitchen. And he's just like. I need carrots yesterday. At least see snacking healthy. Good for you. Did you put peanut butter on an even think about that. Wow what is wrong with me? You know what it is is. I think. Peanut butter a peanut butter as a as like dessert. And putting on carrots takes a desert out of it so I have Hamas that I got yesterday that I'm GonNa probably my carrots into. Yeah My love. Carrots in homeless But this one snack that I have to tell you it shocked me. But it wasn't until the corn that I really discovered it and I think it was because early on when I was still going to stores I went to this market that I loved And it had this there and then I realized that on Amazon and then it just changed my life. But Brad's I don't know if you know Brad's a lot of people out. There probably are familiar with breads. I if there is a Brad. He makes a lot of great crunchy kind of vegetable items. He makes chips and Dried fruit and he makes this stuff called. Brad's Crunchy Kale. And it comes in all these different flavors added. These are absolutely the best option if you like Kale and you don't want to make your own Kale chips but you still want them to be healthy. I think Brad's is basically the only option lease. It's the only option for me because serving only has eighty calories. There's two servings bags so even if you accidentally eat the whole bag which is exactly what I do. Eat the whole bag and I always do the math. Like if you get a bag of something. Don't you always the math to find out what's going to happen if you ate the whole bag? So smart That's what I do like. Everybody you guys probably do. 'cause you're hungry Earl Campbell? We do because you. I feel like Oh this is such a you know. There's so many food fakers out there when you go. And there's like three and a half servings and their one hundred ninety calories and fourteen grams of fat this is a real find. It really is and the flavors are amazing. My favorites are Nacho and cheese. It up and they're just like cheesy flavorful crunchy but not greasy and the bag is a good size to serving. So it's not like an eight serving bag where you're going to accidentally eat eight servings and then feel sick afterwards. One of those is up but I think the cheese might actually be Vegan. That sound right. Oh yes there's a big giant V on the bag that I'm holding now isn't that doesn't stand for very good at Stanford. Yes no wonder why Lord these are disappearing and now I know why are you know Lawrence been eating them highly recommend and they have by the way two to three smart points. Serving not bad. Have you tried the vampire killer? One is it's super hot or is it just kind of mild hot. You know. I never tried that one. I've only tried the cheese. It up the ranch. And the NACHO It must be sold out. I don't think you kill a vampire with heat. I think you kill vampire with garlic garlic. Yeah you wonder why. All the Vampires Mike's life are still alive. Okay next NAK. This is something that I have loved for a long time and actually out of the now and I have to order more Bader bean. Boom I like I just like to say that might have been better boom crunchy broad beans fava beans or broad beans. They come in hundred calorie bags in every flavor. Under the Sun there brought to us by our. Bff's at enlightened people who make the best ice cream on the planet these beans come in nine hundred million flavors exact and they just keep creating more flavors and I don't know how they keep doing it. But it's like flavors like sea salt. They're Saracho a barbecue. Ran to sweet onion and mustard. Which is my favorite Nacho cheese buffalo wing garlic and onion cocoa dusted and sweet cinnamon wildfires meadow. Good like I don't know how they make them so crispy crunchy like they're just unbelievable. I've turned so many people onto these snacks I know I always give them out at our events and people go nuts for them and they go nuts they're not not actually stats are way. Better than nuts But they go crazy because of how they satisfy whatever craving for whatever like potato chips type snack you would want and these are just better for you. They have five grams of fiber in each little. Tiny hundred dollar back and only two smart point right. Yeah and protein to write your. There's like seven grams of protein. Forgot about them. That's unbelievable and very satisfying. The kind of reminded me of Member like in Grade School. You'd get corn nuts in your bag of your lunch bag coordinates but one hundred times better than corn nuts. That's so funny that you say that because the next snack that I have is actually exactly what you're saying. So yes they are a little like nuts but if you really do like the real thing or not this next neck which is called love. Corn will like blow your head off of your body honestly. Oh No north. Imagine like you have corn nuts. They they almost like it. Feels like they're gonNA break your teeth. I don't care if you were like two six eleven or ninety seven years old. It feels like your teeth can't stand up to the core nuts but love corn. It's like the size of a regular corn kernel and the texture is. It's got that bite and that crunch but it doesn't threaten the enamel of your tooth you don't feel like your teeth are GonNa fall out of your face when you eat them. And they're so good again little bags ninety calorie bags and their little sweet and they come flavors like sea salt and there's like a chilly flavor that super spicy and then a smoked barbecue flavor that I love and you can get variety packs. I am not kidding. I have like forty eight of them in Mysore right

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"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

"Can you tell us a little bit more about Tanya and how that you are authentic selves. Because I think that's probably why we're all drawn to the show's all these authentic experiences. So tell us about you. And how do you bring your experiences to the show? And maybe a little bit about your history. But how does that tell us more about? Yeah and specifically also speaking. I know you spent a lot of your earlier career in Chicago. I grew up in Chicago as well. And it'd be interesting near Little village. You went to school in Little village. I lived in sixteen years. I lived there in the same spot in like it like got around me. Then by the end they were calling it Roscoe village but like it was like Damon and Belmont but then like when I got there it was just like whatever you know but then they like what happens with gentrification the north side of Pilsen is eating dividing anyway. I Miss Chicago every I haven't quite made besties with Elliot. Sukagaw has like a smell vibe. You can walk the weather. I don't know I miss it. I think Chicago has a lot to do with WHO I am. Artistically I all at the theater company there called Death Luna I ran it for ten years and like it formed me. Nobody told me there was no male influence to tell me no or women can't be funny letting us can't do that no. You can't write a comedy about abortion like that. No one was telling us know when I started I was twenty two and it just. We grew up together. It was ten of us. And we just like we We couldn't pay royalty so we wrote our own stuff but it was a it was a great way to be like. Oh shoot. I'm a writer because I studied acting and a writer then directive of sixteen show a enaam directing here for V that like it formed me really having the space. The safe very female. Very Brown's Base so weird the first few years when I came here because it was a culture shock this town especially TV especially because like how they built. I just told you how we build stuff. I had only gone home by myself or a coffee shop to write and I was the first and last word on what went into the page but now I was working in TV with a bunch of people like art by committee which I was like. No wonder terrible but TV's not terrible. But like when I first got here it was like Oh my God. This is insane. I hate it here. I wanted to go home every day. but now then it worked out because of that phenomenon. This woman I love and now we're here but about my quietness all that stuff in In Chicago was like just part of my work. My my person. My Person Hood was part of my art. You know so like it felt very natural to come and do this. I know a lot of Latino X T writers that don't WanNa be pigeonholed or they don't WanNa be considered Latino TV writer. They WanNa be just TV writer. I want to be considered not right or no think of me that way. I will never run out of stories to tell. We have so many stories to tell stories. That aren't being told they have not been told us not been told. You know if you think about it and I'm not putting them Vida. It's not that it's a story about coming home and family drama. It's not that the actual story is not that out of this world but the fact that we have not gotten to have that story. That's what makes it extraordinary. You know but that's sad. 'cause like exclusion. That's erasure the way we've been excluded for this pisses me off when I start to talk about it right and it feels like a lot of times like stories like we're GonNa make a queer story or we're going to make a story in. Its you lose missing like nuance and the complexity of our lives. Because it's like we're trying to tell this story rather than like Oh. This person happens to be clear. This happens to be the next. It doesn't feel as natural a lot of times when you see a lot of the right. Show US archetypes as as complex. You know fully-fledged people. Well that's why we love the show and what you're doing important work and we're coming to the part of our of our conversation with you. Don't be nervous. They're very this is what we do with them with all of our guests in. It's so much fun. So let's see where this takes us so we can start with the. We've already given a few these album. Let's give another one so about. What is this something you WanNa give a shout out to be a person place thing concept? Whatever you'd like you can. What is it blue sky? Blue Sky. Does this guy You know what all the Brown women coming up in this industry I watch them. I watch him on on Instagram and follow it. There's directors at just finish people that I know because we're come from immigrant families that maybe we didn't grow up watching having that like model. I'm watching them just. I hope they know I'm watching them and I'm waiting to have opportunities for them but they're coming up like I've seen them their assistance right now but they just finished short film like I. There's like about seven or eight that I'm watching. I'm so excited because I think they are the future excellent so the future diners of TV. Yes and storytelling great and then this is also really fun. So what would you put in La Suda again person? Place thing thing concept. What are you done with like? We're we're about to hit twenty twenty. What are you just like ready to leave in two thousand nineteen toxic masculinity toxic munchies? Yes because it you know. We think we're twenty nine thousand nine. It doesn't fucking die down when it comes to our politics are legislation and when it comes to my father and my it doesn't die. Why won't that frigging die down and I just I have no space for it in my life. But they get we have to have GONNA Maslin the sound effect for Jeff Inserts it and it's Oh yes it's nice they will be one okay and then to something that we've been incorporating dominating though because we know this important to kind of balance it all out is to think about. How do you find your moment or your activity or your action? That kind of gives you a little bit of a break from all the all the work that you're doing right now. I wish it was like vacation and have time for that but some especially with this life. There's no like there might be hours or half a day or something so I I hate us so I have a whole drawer. Full of sheep masks would love this. Clicker your schemes gorgeous. Thank you everyday everyday has probably really wasteful ice sheet mask and even in the morning. I wake up two hours before anything so I time but like when I'm relaxing I do like an extensive sheep. Mass no bre like just be at home. I'm such a Cat lady and it's just that moment but those moments of luxury because I get home and just taking up the door of just frigging get the fuck off my doors girl. I don't use them a lot of the time but I don't really need ones look. I've had a small td privileged. I realized that I had and I still need. It is a privilege. Football are there. Is there anything that we didn't get a chance to ask you while we still got you here in this by the way all this is a podcast? But we're in a gorgeous gorgeous space. We just set it up for you today. Missiles WE'RE HAVING SOME T. We talked a little bit about about before. A nasal ritual after this probably. Yes we got the sage I got it. I see the veil over there so maybe we have it all. Yeah so anything. We didn't chance to ask you that you want our our loyal in the podcast listeners. To know or do we need to be getting getting ready for season. Three right obviously catch up with season one and two that would be fantastic to catch overseas one and two but also there are shows that are coming hint. The fight is coming to support. Heck I think mystery. Let's just coming back. One day at a time is getting doing for them for. That's my like one of my dearest. Friends Kellet shout out to her show to her and their shows. And there's a new show Let earn town called Sierra of Neyla. She's native and Mexican about to home like a mostly late white show. That's unfortunately that's progress you know. And she's fabulous if people can can tell basically anyone's telling everyone story. Yeah why can't we? We let down to the dominant culture for so long. Why not so like? I hope that we support those projects is. That's what's GonNa let us have the next to you. Know what I mean like so so gay. I WANNA give a shout out to all those all those shows because we should support. I love it okay and Working People keep up with you. What's the best way for folks? Keep up with you over. Share on instrument love it. We love the story. You guys have to follow her on dog. I definitely know your Cat Lady. That's all and you dishonor some Christmas decorations. If they're not going to know and most of burglar. I thought came the other day but I put it all in there and it's so boring and I'm so sorry but we love it. We have a double math WRCA. Yes Shayla Ganja stories. Thank you so much in so much fun so much fun. Thank you so much sunny ladies. Thank you for being here and for just being so sweet to me. Thanks T-.

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"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

"Writing process. I'm such a nerd. I'm very curious about the actual writing process. Like what does that look like. Do you kind of I meet and talk about where you WanNa and up and then break it down episodes and then you assign different right or can you talk a little bit about the writing process. It's just like that. So we're we're in a room. We have white boards and we start on the first day the first week with the macro. Like what do we want? What do we want to achieve for each character? The season like I think I was like. Oh you know we were like Lynn loses her way. This season a mighty finds purpose that macro you know and then and then you something called blue skying where you just dream. Ooh I WANNA see I wanNA see drag kings which we will have. That point is like anything out of the blue skying. Any IAGO's guy and you have a whole wall just like we need to have a ban like that is duckie's dash it goes in there and then you have the macaroni and achieve and then you have all this stuff and then you start you know around Wendy saying they should break up around you know. And then you just chiseling chiseling and then you go episode by episode and then you go scene by scene and that's how it works in a group in a group setting people pige in our room we sometimes we tell our stories like are sexual embarrassing exploits. You know that kind of stuff and that ends up. I'm like Oh that's I'm sorry that happened to you but can we gotta do you know. There's this season that somebody was like. Oh this half returned my date. I was like we can not use that so I hope she feels okay but she said she did. But but that's sort of how it happens and then you get more and more specific deadline looming. So then you gotta get serious right away you know and so do you assign you have a writing team and then you assign like a main writer that writes the kind of the skeleton of the script and then people feed into it or how does that so then so then we yeah we assign a writer for. There's a couple that have two writers per script and then we now that we've broken every every beat we've broken on the on the board. Then we assigned an outline that comes back because that's like a story document and then the network Sees that and they say well no. Well they usually. Don't they really like what we do? And then after that outline is approved. Then they're off script and then they can go away and go you know. Write a script but we tried to do this. Year is right most of the scripts together and I. You know so that we're all off on script you know like for a week or so you no longer. I think And then the scripts come back. And then then that's when I'm in my house without a bra and then PJ's writing for weeks like sort of rewriting people. Because then those drafts are the ones that end up for the voice and the vote. Yeah or sometimes They're they're overblown like it's what we dreamt up in the outline to fat and we can't get it in half an hour or so to cut stuff. How do we cut the? How do we you know it's like you kill your darlings? Tell you in writing thus where the kill your darlings part And then that's how it happens and shoot it. You know I actually no one of your writers Jen Gomez. I met her when I first moved to L. A. And she was working on things that you know. She didn't necessarily love but in the industry right trying to get to where she is now to be riding on your show so it gives me chills to see that she's a writer on me that because I feel like that's what she would have imagined in her wildest dreams she is i. I love everyone. But she's the most special case to me. She was my script coordinator when I first started. So that's not a writer. The first season she was like like a copy editors and well even go back when it was just called poor vida because they have named it that starts at name. Peo- you are right named that so and I inherited that name of the project like you know and she offered. I had just met JEN. And she offered to. I'll edit it. I tear. I had been here three years. I don't know how to use final draft that well. I don't know how to use the software that people use here for that. So she was like. Let me edit it out of the kinds of our heart. She just you know 'cause we we met somebody hooked us up like that hoped. Blake. There were like there's a there's a Queer Latina writer as she'd never met another one knows like let's let's have coffee and she offered so and then I hired her off of that because that's what she was doing and power. She was a script coordinator for season and she was like yes. I'll say yes but I just want you to let me in the room from the beginning which usually doesn't happen for a script coordinator from the beginning and I said yes of course and she was so good at pitching. She got the world's so much the next season I made her. She'd been waiting for nine years so I think they may her staff writer you know and then this season third season. I made her a producer. So she's like a frigging produce it. So freaking good. She started a script coordinator seasons producer. It's really cool. Just like story. The fact that she earned it. There's no like she rig. Unearned IT to listen so getting into this show more specifically so Brennan. I loved season to the development of the characters everything. So we know you're in the process of finishing up season. Three Cam in the third trimester of season three minister you buys aged hop the BBC. Oh yeah well yeah. We're beginning of thirteen okay. At the end of February. She'll be born so without giving any spoilers like can you tell us a little bit about what we can expect from me. That in season three. I know this world without a doubt now. The first season was me learning to be a showrunner creator a storyteller that is at the helm of something so there's a lot of missteps and the first season maybe people didn't notice but me just like oh it can lead to this. Should I do the second season and they gave me ten house like yeah I can really get in there and tell the story and that season taught me like I know these characters very well so lake now the the reaction to the baby queer notion of the third episode of Season Two. I was like why. WanNa keep furthering this dialogue about how we police ourselves as queers and police ourselves as a Latina cts so that that happens. I'm so excited to be the style not in a didactic way. We're not here to teach anybody. We're just here to represent you know and so we have this I'm so excited about showing people. Queer San Yeta. Well it's a double creasing. Yana that like I dunno if that the double crater send Yeta is going to be queer than drag kings and. I've never seen drag queens kings kings properly done on television like can you think of a tiny but I'm we're talking about like like the episode talks about binding which is so big in our community. When did we binding Packie's Char Flaccid penises? That you put when you're doing drag the whole thing like you know so. That's super exciting. And then also you know you have queer relationships that are deepening. Those those are exciting things and then we get to touch on You know especially Mexican. Americans have second third fourth generation. They don't feel Mexican enough or you know if you're a Latina. Whatever country parents are from enough? We really dealing with at this season so excited to people. I mean we got in deeper and season to season. Three is like just like way deeper. That's really exciting. I my favorite episode was the Queer Wedding episode and also that conversation. That happened at that wedding because I just felt so relevant and real to me and so I can't wait for it to get queer as you're sharing. That's the baby queen seeing requires but.

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"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

"What's up that mighty no listeners. Burn I are back and we're pumped to have someone we really admire on our show. Today we have Donya dot show in the House. Will actually we are in her house? We are in the post production office. Yes and welcome ladies. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for being on the show. Where seriously so excited so before we get started. I was hoping you would humor me and let me have a little bit of a fan girl moment. Sure so for me. Watching is kind of akin to being a little girl growing up in Chicago. I used to love reading and writing and I remember when I first discovered the house on Mango Street. And it was the first book that really spoke to my experience. In a way that I could relate to. I had never found a book like that and so when I saw it like kind of like blew my mind you know and so I kind of feel have that same feeling if my mind kind of being blown again because I've never seen a show that I that I know of that. It's mostly by written by a mostly simone mostly mostly brown mostly queer perspective and just having that nuance in your writing in the complexity of the characters. It's just it's beautiful and I'm so grateful that you guys that you exist in that you are thriving and that you are renewed that you have season three coming up and I think maybe a season four two at this point knock on Wood I now did. You adapted a musical. I did a musical adaptation of the House on Mango Street. Doing my research on the anniversary of the book. I think it was twenty five years for Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. Like what more theater is more like. What theater is more Chicago Than Steppenwolf? And so. That's a funny? You say that that. Yeah that that's one of the first times that I you know felt the same way. That book means a lot to me. Yeah and it and it took for you know when I was adapting it. It was like we have not had any other book. Have that much weight firm unity. And that's sad. It was twenty five years by the time I in two thousand nine hundred adopted them. You still couldn't find one you know like or other ones that have represented us so so that's always been like a mission for me because Speaking of Chicago I had an a theatre company. A Latina dearness. So this I was telling you earlier this whole office right now. This post offices all Latino. I mean it's all female. This is not new to. Yeah go for that. I can for that post post. You don't you don't like. But most editors are male. You know there are female editors we just you know you have to consciously seek out the but it's not just that like are like are pro post producer is letting it. That's it's something that I can carrying from Chicago and all at Dinner Theater Company and it's crazy because we were like scrappy and poor and doing theater sometimes on the sidewalk for ten years I ran it. Yeah full and it's it feels like the big adult version of that Iran. And I want to get back to that but I guess let's take a step back and so you're the Creator executive producer and show. Reser showrunner for Vida and so far listeners. Might not be as familiar with the show or you know what those rules mean. Can you tell us a little bit about the story of and how it came to be how to be? And what a show runner is. Yeah Yeah So. I'm still finding out what assurance so stars which is a network prime cable. They called me in and I thought it was just a general or to hire me for one of their shows. I'd been here three years as a TV writer only when they called in. I should say who called me in a woman named Mata theft man. This called me and that's super important right right to the story because and will continue to be integral part of the story She called me and she was talking about this article about chips tres and in and you know we talk for a while about it and then I thought it was like a we have the show. Were very interested in interviewing for that show and she was like no. We want you to create it. She said I was a we. I'd only been here three years. I it was crazy for some okay. I'll can you do something with this article and I did. Basically they literally just presented this article. Hans created show around this. Yeah and that happens a lot The other way around I bring the article or I bring the idea. They brought me the idea. If not you know 'cause I've gotten some shit about being from Boyle Heights for and I understand that I totally do and that's why I ended up with it. You know they got the Chicago Texas Mexican Girl. You know to to write this show because they pitched it to me. It couldn't be any worlds but boyle heights the way because it was that was. That was the article there was also somebody had written like not a short story but sort of like a world building document about a month from the neighborhood so like those two things. I'm like I'm off. So now I added the queer dead mother and all that stuff but like the themes on the macro level the they gave to me but then they just let me add and at every moment it was crazy. Because when are they going to say no to me like? That's what I think. When are going to say no but I do think that behind. The scenes was like defending this. 'cause she got it she got it. Let's get back to her. Yes Liz we I mean seriously. She's I think she's the key so I'll tell you what a showrunner as showrunner right now. Latina show runners a this second. Most show runners are co show runners. They're sharing like like let let the owners are sharing the position at the only one who is has it on her own and like the. I think that's too. You know but that that tells a formula that you should have someone on the inside you know and there's not enough people not enough people at Z. Last name in these places so but showrunner is basically what the title says runs the show. But in every way so not just creatively. So I'm responsible for the content for it to be delivered on time so like the scripts To deliver on time to a production that gets ready to build the sets. And do the those costumes and stuff. And then I'm responsible for every frame gets shot and then I'm responsible for every frame like now that gets delivered so when you responsible you mean both leading the process of it also approving everything yes. So let's say that half. The season was directed by the America and she hurt her episodes right. But I'm there to make sure that our story gets delivered you know like she hadn't read the latter half of the season so I had to be like well. We have to have it this way because later on and she's going to discover that we need to look back to that you know. So you're you're the keeper of the story and it's a lot over there other show. Ronna right as well right yeah. I'm so mean over right. Everyone they turn it in great. But I'm like I'm such a control freak. Well I mean I think the quality in the continuity of your vision is what makes it so authentic in such a great show. So it's so awesome to know that you're responsible for all of it and limited. Mera were here. That makes it all happen and writing stuff. A great writing stuff is just. They're so weird voice thing that you're like I really know how mighty speaks or I really know how Lynnwood say that you know so. I'm sure it's frustrating to my writers. Sometimes it was frustrating to me to be another people shows and me deliver scenes and then get him back all changed but it was because the show runner had the ear was tune into something. Maybe I wasn't you know so I'm doing it and I feel so bad because I have great writers but you know you just know how it sounds how it looks. Well speaking on the the.

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"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"saracho" Discussed on Tamarindo

"In this podcast. I'm Brenda Gonzales. And this is the Latin next podcast where we discuss politics pop culture and how to balance it. Oakland got not welcome to the show Sapporo. We're dropping this bonus episodes during.

"saracho" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"So thanks in advance for considering. But now let's jump right back into my chat with creators show. Owner Tanya Saracho to chat about season, two Evita on stars would did the budget and schedule end up being for each episode. If you're able to say able to say we don't know I mean, I know what it is. But I'ma say it could say nothing will happen. You're on season two three point five okay for episode which is a lot. That's great for how many, how many days five sometimes five and a half. So we could Bank some days like some episodes are bigger because I override shit. The still have playwright. And so that's for a half hour. The thing is that it's expensive to shoot in LA. That's why people go to. But, like I think it's great that you've you've kept it here. Obviously. I don't know how you would do it somewhere else. Well, yeah, I have a friend who just did a very Chicano film hint. And they shot a lot of it in Canada. You know, and then they came to exteriors here. And it's like how, how did you do? I mean, they did it looks great. But I just didn't think we were able to do that much like walking talking out it needed to feel especially for background. You know, like need to sound like us for the casting. Did you guys get a guild waivers for for kind of like, because you were still low budget because a lot of the olds offer though here in LA now. Okay. Or, and there's also tax credits. Did you did you guys get in on some of the California tax credits? I think we just the conversation that I think we didn't I think that's why we essentially really expensive for, for half hour and it is, but that's the funding Bill think so maybe it's not all her credit but I do think that whatever Martha. Let's do this, right. Those the prime cable version of this, and it really is. How many cameras would you say you're shooting, like on a typical scene is depends, because like some scenes, especially the big ones we do to for my episode that I directed I was going to get to that somebody's a director now. Yes. Big big fight with a lot of people. I'm not going to say what kind of a lot and we did three cameras. You know, sometimes it depends like two cameras, a lot of the time, sometimes one because, you know, we get like get in there in little spaces. And so I think it's great that you that you seize the mantle of directing for, for an episode and give us like your biggest I opening moment on that. Because here you are as a storyteller. You've had your vision accomplished, and now you're actually helming an episode. What, what was something that you didn't expect the you conversation with that she was, she's very like, you know, you have to drag next season, right? I was like, no sees him four or five. I'm still getting my sea legs. No next season. We what no I can't. And then because it worked out a directed the finale, and I, I really throughout the well, we were shooting. I was like fuck it up. I wanna fuck it up. I'm going to fuck up my own finale this, it's too early. But then I got there and identify it up. It was helicopter. Mom, the whole thing that I'm like, I actually know what to do, because I've been the director. So I'm always like you're going to talk to actress. Okay. Like I'm always like, like a shadow just because. I am. Yeah. Baby. So. Same thing with, like the editing room and everything. And then I worked I was working with friends with people..

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"saracho" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"In-depth spoiler specific interviews within game co writers Christopher Markus, and Stephen mcfeely, plus co directors the Russo brothers, as they all break down. What went into some of in games, most important scenes? Heck we even took a look back at the lessons of avengers Infinity wars. Well, so, yeah, we've got your MC you. Cues. Covered as you know in game is broken so many records, it's a cultural phenomenon and we're quite proud to have these interviews focusing on both the creative process and all the spoiler specific geeky details as well. So please don't miss these must read pieces, you could read the entire table of contents regarding what's inside backstory magazine issue. Thirty seven and some of the other highlights include the pieces, which feature full screenplays that you could read remember, we're one of the only magazines in the world that published the scripts in their entirety. So you could read the blacklist script, the seventh by Julian silver and Reese loss in wolf, plus an interview with them about it. She'll run a lean brush, McKenna gave us both the pilot and finale scripts for TV's crazy ex girlfriend, which you could check out after reading her interview, and we did to really fun, retro pieces, which contain full scripts one on the Colt nineteen eighties classic miracle mile. With writer director, Steven desire, NAT gave a great interview about making the film and also provided us with a cool draft of the script that includes some excellent. Boards. Plus, there's a retro piece on escape from Alcatraz with screenwriter Richard tuggle who worked hard to get us in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight production draft for your reading pleasure after you finish. Our interview with him about that amazing experience. You know, there's plenty of other articles that you'll dig in issue, thirty seven including Kenneth Branagh interview for his new Shakespeare flick. All his true playwright Eleanor Burgess chats about the niceties. We also dive into TV's new season of Cobra KAI. And then Fosse Verdon and catch twenty two plus documents. Some really cool QNA's that took place at the Turner, classic film festival in Los Angeles..

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Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

Business Wars Daily

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Sriracha Syndicate Splits: Hot Sauce King Suing Supplier

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily happy Friday, everyone, we all know that one friend who can hardly eat anything without a dose of hot sauce on top. Heck, it might even be you. And if you're addicted to the spicy red stuff, the likelihood is it's Saracho from who he fogged foods, you know, the red bottle with a green cap that shows up on grocery shelves and diner tables everywhere. CEO David TRAN began making hot sauces in Vietnam in nineteen seventy five relatives delivered. The products to local buyers by bicycle for years later, TRAN fled Vietnam, Taiwanese freighter called who he found eventually making it to the US naming the company after the freighter TRAN began selling his sauce out of buckets to Los Angeles restaurants today, who he fogs Saracho has a rabid cult following. And it holds about ten percent of America's one point six. Six billion dollar hot sauce market. So says Anna Amir the hot sauce analyst for research company. Ibis squirrelled who knew you could grow up and become a hot sauce analyst. Well, you knew it was coming things are heating up in the hot sauce business. We fog and its longtime pepper supplier Underwood ranches have sued each other for millions Underwood which was we found so pepper supplier. For almost thirty years is said to be launching its own Saracho Saracho by the ways at type of sauce like the word catch. It's not a brand name who fond claims that Underwood's suddenly stopped supplying the peppers it relied on its lawsuit. Claims Underwood owes we fog more than a million dollars in overpayments, and that it is unlawfully keeping seven million dollars in Queant in a counter suit Underwood claims, we breach some contracts causing Underwood financial distress and been assessing delay off more than forty workers. The producer was left with acres of excess specially grown. Peppers couldn't sell elsewhere. What else to do but launched some competitive heat now who fog at least as flaming Underwood on Twitter. And in the press and customers are responding Saracho is so popular that fans are pledging loyalty on Twitter that might not come as a surprise for a brand that's inspired everything from cookbooks to Saracho flavored ice cream to Halloween costumes, but the brand has also drawn fire before in twenty thirteen the city of Irwindale, California where it's factory sits shut the company down temporarily. Some local residents had complained that fumes from grinding millions of pounds of ripe red jalapenos into a chili garlic paste recording respiratory problems. But that suit was dismissed how hot this case will get will become evident in court at the end of the month. In the meantime, aficionados just wanna make sure that their precious condiments supply won't be threatened. Hot sauce analysts consider Saracho, a discretionary. Product fans disagree. They seem to say just try to rinse it out of my hot little hands. From wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next me. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to nets wheat dot com slash BW w daily again, get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash b w daily.

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"saracho" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Things at your stomach immediately starts hurting K notes itself. Probably either allergic or your body's having trouble breaking it down. And processing it very important. Okay. Things to not overlook occasionally eating stuff. That's not great for you. Okay. But really think about how many occasions is that. Okay. Okay. Because it does mess with your system, and it takes several days to go back to the way. It was it's not a bad thing. It's just something that you want to be aware of. So what is the kind of food that you should be eating because remember not just being gentler? But actually, helping to offset depression starts with self care. It starts with your self care and self care like I said search with sleep, but self-care also is with your eating, and we need to eat the food that actually fuels our brain brain food. They say, so what do you think brain food is? Because a lot of people don't really think about what's good for them. A lot of people really don't know what they want to eat and often times kind of find yourself in a catch twenty two where you're eating stuff. That's probably not good for you, eating whatever's convenient not feeling that great. So to me, good brain food. That's good for your body begins with eating fruits and vegetables. Lots of vegetables fruits are okay. You don't want to go crazy on fruit. Okay. I mean, if you're if you're not eating any sweets, and you're not eating any candy and all that stuff fruits roots, a good good thing. But a lot of times reading sweets reading candy. We're all this kind of stuff because remember sure is sugar. Yes. Non-processed sugar is a lot better than processed sugar. But being aware that sure is sugar. Okay. So eating fruits eating lots of vegetables. And when we're eating these vegetables were not glob ING them with a four cheese sauce. Right. We're not frying up our cauliflower, Tempera style and putting Saracho on it. Okay. Remember, I mean. Yes, does that sound good? Is it good for us? Okay. So when our retirement talking more about what that brain food looks like and.

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Ross Tucker Football Podcast

05:38 min | 3 years ago

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"saracho" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Last line is for the full details by the way PSA for for a litter, the cold. So I was reading savage jerky while I was looking dreams copy. No, that's not coffee PSA. They're shipping rates have been dramatically reduced to most countries, including Germany, Canada, the UK, and most of the EU somehow in this tariff full world, they have managed to reduce their rates internationally. Did you make that up manifesto? Yeah. Did you make that obey? It makes it makes me kind of tearful when I think about it. I don't know. I don't know if I may that. I'm sure someone thought you were going for terrible. Oh, oh, no, I didn't have. I didn't have an intent. I thought those actually like quite good. Unintentional, whatever works savage jerky whereas my maple. Cool. Okay. Coltman I are gonna hassle. Truthful. I are gonna have to have a chat after the after the wind show today because, oh crap. I didn't have the Medina's thing up. There you go. Fifty percents off and drink coffee. You got the point savage jerky. Okay. So we have a problem here. My maple. Buffalo bacon is not here. There's nothing with maple or bacon, so that's fine. You know what I'm actually going to do the sweet. So I don't think I've tried the sweet Saracho older is bacon. Okay. You get original. So there's a sweet Saracho barbecue and a stretch bacon. I don't think I've tried this one. So savage jerky is made with the best ingredients without nitrates or preservatives. Their goal was to create a snack that's both full of flavor and not bad for you. They've got thirteen different flavors. Jerky Albanel slaughtering including the Saracho bacon, maple buffalo, bacon, bacon. Not everyone likes to maple, buffalo bacon endorse it too..

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"saracho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hot, sauces on Old hot sauces like Chiluba ensure rock Sorocca Saracho are now just kind of spicy ketchups right so that's what we were going to talk. About what you're going to have some fun on the topic of, hot sauces like that Black Mamba that is said to have. A strength. Of six million Scoville units We will have that talk some day but a family -mergency present prevented our expert guests from being here we. Hope for good news on his return and his prayers are with this whatever it was but, a lot of that information didn't get. Conveyed so you may just have been turning to the show for that tonight and then, not hearing, it may have even been up on the website a little while ago we, do, have some good news though on somebody who will be filling in for us, tonight and, we'll. Get to that the second and we have some good news to on somebody. In the coast, to coast family. Engineer Kevin block who keeps things running for our coast to coast affiliate k. men in Manhattan. Kansas where I will be moving later this. Year to begin teaching at k. state speedy. Recovery momentum while I'm at give a shout out. To. My my Kansas realtor Cameron ward my new friends Trevor and Tammy so I was just there last week and getting to know the place going. To be fun I don't leave until later on this year so I. Hope for many, more fun shows. Ahead on coast to coast will start with this one and tomorrow night show to for a. Show about the truth behind the Salem witch. Trials But tonight coast to coast security and privacy expert Lauren Weinstein is our replacement guest before we do open lines later on and I wanted Lauryn. Comeback on. Even though I think he was just about eight minutes ago because of this morning's revelation that the FBI has cyber. Boxes full of tapes recorded by Donald Trump's. Personal attorney the fixer Michael Cohen know what those recordings mean for the president is a question that will be answered in the weeks ahead what all this secret recording means, for you That will be answered tonight on coast. To coast AM infra George Noory this product.

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"saracho" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time six forty eight fifty nine degrees in boston our top stories a dangerous rescue operation is underway in thailand get the twelve trapped boys when their coach out of a flooded gave more than a dozen divers navy seals are trying to get the boys out one by one forty eight people are dead twenty eight others presumed dead after heavy rains pummelled southern japan for the third straight day and in southern california firefighters and getting some control of a wildfire just outside of santa barbara it's now eighty percent contained officials are still looking at damage and how many structures were destroyed meantime thousands have been evacuated fourteen cars damaged after a bus and a foul mouth parking lot caught fire it happened that the steamship authorities parking lot late yesterday morning the bus was only two years old there were no passengers on board at the time the driver is okay to people under arrest for allegedly stealing items from a baseball team in connecticut police say a man and a woman broke into downtown ballpark of the hartford yard goats that's a minor league team in the eastern league they got away with an ipad memorabilia from the first pitch in franchise history the items have been recovered they were discovered during the investigation of another robbery no action will be taken against the pennsylvania police officer who fired a stun gun at an unarmed black man lancaster pennsylvania's mayor says the officer seen on video using a stun gun on a black man as he was sitting on a curb will not be suspended or fired mayor dianne saracho saying that the officer did not violate current use of force policies but those policies will be updated going forward use of a stun gun will only be allowed when an officer is faced with direct physical confrontation twentysevenyearold sean williams filed suit against the officer and the police department alleging excessive use of force and racial profiling dave packer abc news pair of sisters meet each other after seventy six that's right seventy six years jesulin adams reports patty larue was dopp did at seventy six years old delving into her roots for a shocking discovery through ancestry dot com larue discovered her sister kind of picked it up from there found out i had a sister i had no idea neither sister knew about the other born six years apart eightythreeyearold betty skinner was raised by their mother and larue raised in iowa by her adoptive parents the family says they are thrilled to have found each other and it's all thanks to ancestry and facebook that's jesulin adams reporting more than two hundred people.

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"saracho" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Me to be like every they have really good like french onion soup they had really good ribs are really fucking good fuck is that a meat substitute yes ted is a certain type of like soya protein it's like saying that right i feel like you're seeing satan like say face on its e t a n i believe it was as more brad can i have the satan ribs there was the fucking cheese cheese put saracho real cheap it's not but like it's a different it's a different flavor but it's good it's it's not go to like a different style restaurant like voice you love talion food then you go to tie restaurant and you try thai food it's still pasta stuff but you're like oh it's different you know what i mean but it's different penny vodka with like or fucking like vodka sauce and reggae tony it's different but it's the same yeah going into a slayer concert and go into a nickelback concert still a concert entertainment just really different one suck that you know what i'm saying like i feel it gets that way you make some good stuff i mean i made mac and cheese at home though was really fucking good can call lower bites buffalo wings which i still do colleague lower at all no i love it taste i used to love college degree it doesn't have taste something on it honestly i season the shit out of it reading and like it was fucking good shit and blue cheese you guys are fucking scaring shabby you'll be okay.

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"saracho" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

"Here are two tips to help you defer to later what others would do sooner and i'll give you an example what others do sooner let's say respond email it's one of my pet pet peeve to be aware be wary of is it's a false sense of productivity when i when people are spun email and so everybody has a different level that is truly appropriate for their for their work for me it's no more than once a day i have no business checking my email more than once a day lots of other people do it sooner they check their email four times a day or they check it once an hour or they check it constantly they let every single email hits a inbox distract our attention and they replied to a immediately so they're doing something sooner but successful people will defer that type of thing to later unless it's truly a in something that is critical to their job and most of us don't have that situation one tip that helps me deferred a later and be comfortable with the for into later is a a real gentle herb called saracho and there's actually to two different dental herbs that you may want to consider that are both in the family of herbs called bok remedies b a c h and seret saracho is the one that has been working for me i've just been using it for a few weeks these aren't necessarily things that you need to take your whole life uh like like a pharmaceutical or something that is dental herbs they sort of help balance out you're my your your your mind and your brain pathways and so forth and after a while your brain starts to learn a new way to function and then you don't need these anymore or not very often so saracho is c e r a t o another option is a service on the fucking to renounce this right um sla runs us s c l e r a n t u t h us and i'll have those in the show notes as well these are.

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"saracho" Discussed on Beats and Eats

Beats and Eats

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on Beats and Eats

"Yeah i i really was impressed by that so are you ready for any magazines by chance on i can change in any magazine and right now right now i'm just writing for my website and i am writing for um airline a blog oh very cool very cool one in mexico city well that makes sense that makes perfect sense so let's let's get series here let's talk about your a guilty pleasures as far as food stuff that would surprise your friends that you would besides the avocado and saracho hitler's some guilty pleasure policies oh man i i think like guilty player i think i'd like to divert that i'm not like really a desert hirszon yeah on i would rather go like get another hamburger or another like she's played coated like that like the perfect start to me at the tsa coast show so i know know probably cheese on i eat i eat a lot of cheese i eat i eat a lot of the mac and she's at bonn at probably it's it's a problem that's right near your place right because i'm trying to livid i used to live in yeah glad i looked uneasily last year so i'm trying to or 15 of cage it's in a harbour that harbor steps are big pomp like downtown were set like as a fight with coach says off though and like i practically overlook what of show it's dangerous when you are like a thousand away from your toot like favour and your work with one done it and you're at it's very dangerous i meeting new meaning to the word regular rain.

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"saracho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Push that back like saracho saracho was one of those things that years ago is started becoming in everything everything you came across boom had saracho they actually had saracho flavored saracho that's impressive yeah it no it's funny is it it is you know it's funny that is funny yes iso i'm looking at a picture and tell me how big you think there's going to be this korean sausage go chum jiang go to go chew jiang go chew jay go gotta gotta schumer the guy i gotta go to jiang now this is like a paste crean flavors are popping all over the place this i've talked about on the show almost a year ago say is saying that it was going to be the next russia and it's just starting to bubble up now i mean chefs for using it you're seeing it as a flavor on menus and whatnot but it really is something that you're gonna see more you've said it was it like well it spicy it's it's it's by it's a pace it's not like the saracho words comes a different forms beneficially comes in a bucket in its a pace it sei is lashes he'd as i say endless packed here's a little bit of sweetness ca there's no flavor per se it's heat and pepper and sweetness you'll sauces don't have a lot of fundamental flavor slow smoke has flavor well saracho had different stages where it would start out a little sweet than it would get a little tort and then you get the heat i don't i haven't had this enough to really compare it or give you a super good nikkei a breakdown of it but i will tell you that is more and more popping up in recipes and a uh you see it on.

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"saracho" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"saracho" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Sir rocco is it prompts shrill raja or shy actually show erotica thinking to tenderly saracho iraqi harasha but i find that can are silent suraj further dollar a first throughout your the purposes of this conversation we will called suraj if we are wrong tweet at us so there two things about saracho uh i think it's better when mixed with other condiments oic suraj mayor were saracho ranch is incredible structure by itself is really spicy i also second thing um i've done this thing with my left over chinese food tried it's awesome low main leftover low main put in the skillet little bit us raja on top makes it together fried up it honestly taste incredible okay so i was a properly rid crop hurley rare yelled okay i think sir raja is actually overrated overweight shocking because i really liked the sauce but i think there's a lot of sauces that i would take over suraj i think saracho is good on certain dishes i like it on asian dishes i like it on high food i like it on chinese i like it on the tacos we had for lunch shoe and put on a hot dog no would not put suraj on hot i i don't think it's right when you're at a restaurant go can i have some hearts us and they bring you have the suraj it's like no i actually is a very specific type of hot sauce that she go the very specific type of food it's great with rice even some pasta dishes suraj as a nice little complement to a but i'm not putting saracho in my burgers i'm not putting saracho punched a random sandwich with roger mei on a burger though yes i liked your take their emulate does cool down the heat of the stress stretches got some good kicked who had so saracho mail would be great yeah um dense sauce that from the sushi.

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