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"silverton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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3 skiers found dead after large Colorado avalanche
"Have recovered the bodies of three backcountry skiers who were buried in an avalanche earlier this week. Stina Sieg with Colorado Public radio says that Avalanche struck in the northern San Juan mountains. Seth Boston, Andy Jessen and Adam Palmer lived in the small western Colorado town of Eagle and all worked in city or county government. They were skiing through remote mountains outside the tiny community of Silverton when the avalanche hit their group of seven skiers completely burying four people. The group is only able to uncover one skier who escaped with minor injuries. This is the state's deadliest avalanche since 2013 when the slide killed five snowboarders. Interest avalanche conditions there in the forecast for many of Colorado's mountains for NPR news, I'm
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"During his administration. So we have that connection and I think she was just really surprised and touched to have that connection with me. That's amazing. Has Kamala, even in your restaurants a not that I, know of she has been a guest at a couple of charity dinners that I have done. And this is when she was not a candidate for. Vice President is when she lost you senator she was part of the guest list so I have met her of times. Myself and six other women in Los Angeles are trying to sell large boxes that we want to be able to distribute on election night to cater people's in home watching of the election, and we're doing a six course meal. So that's my next project that I'm actively late trying to sell boxes for, but you love a project. Nancy. Silverton. There's no denying I. Love a project. Okay before we let you go. I don't know if your team mentioned this to you but we had asked if you would read a recipe from start to finish. Did they tell you this? No. On the air. On the I won't make you do it now 'cause you haven't had a chance to rehearse, but we're actually starting something I. I, haven't come up with a name for it yet, but we're GONNA have. We're going to have our favorite chefs literally. Read introduce themselves the title of the recipe read the head note and just literally read it like it's literature I but but I oh, like literature that I can't do I. Thought the recipe on well. I'm going to read you. Just because I want everybody to know that. Great Food does not mean a shopping list of ingredients and a portfolio of technique. So the recipe I'm going to read to you right now just to show that I can be spontaneous is worn dates with sea salt ready. Ready. The ingredients are twelve large dates. Two tablespoons extra virgin, olive oil flaky salt. Combine the dates and extra virgin olive oil in a small skillet over medium eat and cook for about five minutes shaking the panic Asian only to prevent the dates from sticking until they are warmed through. To serve place the dates on a small plate. Drizzle with the olive oil from the Pan and crush the flaky salt between your fingertips over the dates I love it as after a recipe. As those ingredients. Three ingredients and one of them doesn't even have a measurement. Is there had to that recipe? Oh. Yes. Can You read the headline? It starts out with this is hardly arrested. And maybe I should feel guilty including it in this book. But these warm dates are so delicious that when I'm really do what I'm really doing is giving you a tip. How to make a crowd-pleasing appetizer with no effort whatsoever. The answer take plump fresh dates and warm them. The End. Warmed the dates are totally transformed. The insides are almost melt the insides almost melt and become Jan light. We top them with flaky salt to entrust with their sweetness role resort Louis I actually have some fresh deeds. I have those Rancho. MELALEUCA dates have you know? Yes. uh-huh. Those are having so I am going to make that recipe because even I can handle that recipe. I promise you. You will not fail I. Promise You. You cannot fail. This is not an AL dente being situation or A. Loaf of bread situation here.
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Right up there in all other. Both home and restaurant quality cookware I. Really think you should give it a try and so. When they reached out to me and asked. Very generously, if they could send some pots and pans for us, detested restaurant, would I be ready for that challenge? So I was like sure bringing on in which we did. And it's every bit as good as comparable comparably priced pots and pans. and. Then they returned into looking we wanted we're doing some chef signature items. Is there anything you would like to do and I said I'd love to do a bread knife when we started with that and I got a friend to design a beautiful a wooden box to house that night and they gave me I worked back and forth I got you know they. They told me that it was going to be French forged highest highest level on they. Let me pick the handle riveting size everything was perfect. There was no reason not to add you know add my name to tha that knife and then they returned with the idea of of what would I'd like to compliment the cookbook and that's when I thought about the Grill Pan because I'm really a huge fan of of cast iron grill pants and it is beautifully designed and it's just a perfect relationship. Both the way they support as in marketing and the generosity in the line that they've given me. Oh, good. Will the knife looks beautiful I read it's a fifth generation, a knife maker in France. So fancy and you know it's a bit of a splurge. It's one hundred, sixty, nine dollars but as far as good knives go yup that's the price rice and as I don't know why I have always had like really crappy bread knives. Oh, shame on you all I know and anybody who has cut a beautiful loaf of bread with a bad breadknife or worse just like hacked at it. With anything you had it's just the worst when you've got this beautiful brand new, you're trying to get like a really nice slice of do some something beautiful with a new just signed up with just these shreds of brand with the current read that everybody is buying an I just take it for granted every body is buying a crusty loaf of heart baked bread. You have to have a serrated knife that strong durable sharp teeth or you won't get three won't be of the country the crust that's why you need one that holds its edge and this one is done by the family were. Of. Survived Ta family I believe are that's the lineage of the nights makers which goes back many generations and immune need one that really holds it edge because you can't sharpen it. So anyway, the company's called made in and if you WANNA treat yourself definitely check it out. It is direct to consumer you have to go to their website and then Nancy your other big project. You've made some how to videos with a company called eds chef. Yeah I was approached by them. A few years ago. My guess is that they saw chefs table is my guess on but they were just in the process of reaching out to a few chefs and the reason why I'm sure leaves what shifts table is because they knew what they wanted to accomplish that they wanted to take all the beauty of a chef's table and all of that documentary kind of. Format but add to it the cooking. Class sort of. Class aspects. So I think what they're trying to do is combine those two. Ideas and turn it into the series of videos like I said to earlier. I have to say I have watched it 'cause I haven't gotten to I've ever watched chefs stable as well nor anybody other teeth have been I just give me that sort of the the he gb's to wash myself on TV. Well, you're in great company as you know, your Buddy Dario on there and Sean Brock, and Francis Melman and lots of great people. So I can't wait to watch that. Do you remember what were some of the classes that you did? Eight they came to Italy last summer when I was there nice. and. So Being respectful and not wanting to sort of Monopolize my my vacation. They agreed to come I was. I had already been scheduled to make good. At a at a meal that I was cooking from a couple of people that have bought it as a charity. Back, in Los Angeles, they were flying to Italy have dinner at my house. So I was going to be cooking for them. So what they did be yes shaft was they kind of came into my kitchen and followed me the day that I was making that meal. They were a ten hours filling me as I cooked my way through that meal I talked a little I wasn't giving specific recipes at that time I may have. Come back and given a few and then we went on on bet sane three day trip that they were there to a booth Alah farm on and I got hung a hang out with Bufa and see how booth La milk cheese was made, and we went to visit Dario. We went to a pizzeria. It was that kind of an informal filming and then they came to my house where I did some cooking with my friend. A friend of mine. deb. Lose to cook. Here we had a we cooked a meal in at my house for some friends which I really loved didn't we called it a Umbrian Persian meal because she's Persian and I like to think that I'm Umbrian and I really liked a lot of the food that we cook. So we came back created that meal for friends in Los Angeles. So so we cooked together for that and then I know that I cook for my self or I cooked a few things myself. In front of the camera, I know I did it apple, Pie and a few other dishes, and then they followed me to believe possibly the farmers market we were at the restaurant cooking I know I.
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"One is the flavor of the would but the other is because of the heat, it's the Carmona's -ation of the proteins, and if you're not gonNA cook on with wood or charcoal purdue, and you only have a gas grill that doesn't have the ability to heat up to a very high temperature. Then don't cook that way makes a lot of this food in a cast iron pan, a both grill pan or a cast iron pan because you'll get far better flavor than you will then sort of just steaming your food on a low BTU gas grill and that's something to be That's I. Think really important I always rely on roasting I mean I have a small studio in Brooklyn I and when you said Grill Pan I was like, Oh, I never thought getting a Grill Pan, but does it really do anything other than just put those black lines on my? Oh Yeah. It you could get it. So hot I actually have a a new collaboration with the company made in and I'm. Going to be doing a grill Pan, I did a bread knife for them, which is just exceptional. But I'm doing a grill pan with them not that it's any different than their marketing with Mike Cookbooks. So the handle of this beautiful square grill Pan, which is in great shape by the way easier to deal within around Tan is that it has the beautiful blue handle enamel handle that complements the blue of the spine of my cookbooks and you don't have to have those lines. No. What. What's Nice is the fat drips through it right so you do that will one benefit, and if you like the look of those lines anything cast iron I love cast iron griddles that I. Put on my one or two burners at home for larger pieces of steak or fish. Those are great. I have so many notes things to ask you but let's finish book. Can you tell us another recipe that has a fun story or that's really meaningful to you love all the recipes I use recipes from Dario whether it's Dario Chiquita butcher from Tuscany whether it's his Tuscan beans or his is whipped. Lardo. I love bringing friends into my recipes in into into the head notes you dedicated the book to him too right yeah. I did because you know I'll tell you for for him eating with him and also eating with him in my in our mutual friend faith will will endures kitchen. Just brings everything together and what What I miss the most is when people ask me, what do I miss the most during this pandemic? It's eating with people in eating with friends and the spirit of dining in a table, and that's what I get with him and Kim his wife and my friend faith in her husband Massimo I've just that's what I miss and that's what I can't wait to return to same. Exactly. All right. Let's talk one more recipe. Do you WanNa talk about those tests can beans everyone's crazy for beans now? Oh well, yes what I love about Dario beans is first of all. It takes an Italian. To know, how to Cook a bean and you will never get a bean from an Italian that's all dead take. The saddest thing world, they are so Shannon and I when I have them and I have them gray restaurants and I think, did you taste them? Beans are not supposed to be all dented. He owes uses Castellini beans and cook some all the way I love but what I love adding them but his restaurant is that on the table when you sit family style, remember what families styles like when you share food and you're at a long table with strangers sitting very close together in a member that that was the good old days. But. He has on the table is Dario seasoned salt which is the salt with that is seasoned with wild herbs from the countryside. He is a good bottle of aggressive Tuscan oil and red wine vinegar table I. Love the Way He taught me how to make beans, which is an who's listening to that. Just, labeling them out Rossi beans into a bowl of D- throwing in drinkers full of his salt drizzling is Italian olive oil a few drops of the Red Ryan Vinegar. So so delicious you know and I love to eat like that I love to season personalise and add seasoning to food as I eat and it just adds so much more to be experience. It sounds like heaven tell us about the recipe. How does how does even start? You know he's soaks his baynes which I think is really important when the beans are dried, you know we we used both a dried catalina but worse during a season we we used fresh. We still have them available from our farmers market just kind of winding down right now you don't need to soak on their fresh. I, love to ask you know the airmont, the aromatics of garlic and onion carrot and celery some fresh sprigs of Rosemary and sage I. Know There's different schools of pre salting are not I do salt my beans as they cook I, do salt with restraint and that's because as the broth reduces obviously the salt becomes more concentrated I do find just like in eggs. To salt afterwards, it's very hard to make up for the lack of salt from the beginning. But I think one of the most important parts of cooking beans is to keep that water level just about an inch or so above the bean so that. I continually add to it but therefore, the liquid that the being is soaking up is a very concentrated flavor rather than a watery. Own Advice I'm always. Beans befuddled me and I don't know what it is when I make Rancho, Gordo beans, which are beautiful. Love that the always come out perfectly. But a lot of teams when I and I love my farmer's market to death. But a lot of times, the beans just they just never come out. Well, you know the problem is that. You're buying old beans and that's why a place like Rancho Gordo on and where I buy my beans in Italy from the small farmers they're always dated and I know I'm getting last year's crop. You know I mean a great great source of of beans is definitely on Goose Tiama, which is. They're really good at selling only the prior year's Crop Rancho Gordo it was great to and obviously they are domestic they're not you know imported. But. Almost given up on making homemade beans hate to say it because they don't give up will. Okay. I've had so many fails and they're the you know not even dental identity would be like an improvement over what I've roundup with sometimes and I always think I'm doing something wrong but maybe it's not me maybe it's the being but you know I have to say and I don't say this with a lot of products products, but there are ams full of. premade. Canned products out there that really do help. I. Know You know because I think I was even on your radio show we talked about it in the Past. The cookbook I did twist of the wrist years ago where I used boxes and cans and bags of good quality ingredients to help get food on the table quicker without compromising either nutrition or a quality. So some there are some good producers of can say Kanye Leney and barley beans said, if you take them and heat them up again in extra virgin olive oil with some fresh herbs and you can get a pretty delicious.
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Her. And you what's so great about writing a cookbook where you maintain someone that's as important and strategic as an author is that you don't have to dot every I and cross every t she knows she's been bored when I say okay in a large saute patchy says I, know over medium heat fill the pan you know and she just she knows you know all of the basics that are necessary to write a recipe that. Works. So the subtitle of the book is a new approach to American cooking. Why did you call it that that was something that I really toyed with because I, didn't know what that that subheads should be. You know because you know I don't even know what to call key spock I. Know that Joe Taught Me years ago when we first partnered up that you need to be able to say what your concept is within. Five seconds otherwise you're gonNA. Lose everybody's attention and so it was so easy pizzeria we do Pizza Austria traditional Italian restaurant, three-course restaurant, and then key spot can happen and I still have trouble describing it what it is because. He's just sort of happened. It was not something that was conceptualize. So what is key spock? At some point? We called it like a butcher friendly restaurant, but it really isn't just a butcher friendly restaurant. There's so many terrific salads. You know there's a great anticosti we have lots of vegetables. So what is he s- pocket and the more I thought about it the more you know it became clear that this is the way that Americans are not only cooking now but so many restaurants tours. Their food is more it's not as identifiable and I don't mean that it's a product of what I find to be sort of not to me a positive trait but more negative is it's non fusion cooking either it just embracing a lot of cooking techniques and a lot of ingredients, and so that's why it says a new approach to American cooking. Well I ain't there once and it was such a good meal. I usually go to Austria Motta because I love. I just loved that spot and I love seeing you. You're a lot but key spock such revelation it was so good from. The ANTIPASTA to the desert we just loved everything. Well thank you. So tell us some recipe highlights walk us through one recipe that you love. There are so many I'd love and so many that I love to share I think one that people are really looking forward to those that do know are going to take the effort to make it at home is the. CEO. From Russia, which is a little tiny town in Laguardia that I think is one definitely of our combat. I think every restaurant has to have those dishes that. Bring people back or people say I'm here because I need to have and then they say what it is and for us it's always difficult Chea Directo it's on everybody's stable and I'm that's possible because the restaurants so small that would not be possible if it was a two hundred seat restaurant but it is possible and it is for those of our audience said don't know what it is it's in the Caccia family, but it's not a traditionally recognized for Conscien- meaning a yeast did though it's it's more strudel or is a strudel it's not is no yeast. In it, it's something that's stretched very thinly. It's baked in copper pans. It is filled with a fresh cows melts cheese called a strict Keno and it you know ruth is the one that it was just so funny that was able to pick up on the nuances or the flavor of the dish at something that I never said anything to anybody but ruth with the first time she had it. She came home she was staying at my house. She said how much she loved it and she said, do you know what it reminds me of and I said Matz and butter and cheese yes that's it. So the two of us both had that Palette remembrance of what it tastes like when you have Mozza in butter. So it's very simple, very plain and yet it is something that so unusual. So we have a step by step recipe with Ryan stretching the dough. So I think that that's really a highlight in the book because people now can make it at home so. Really, recreate this. Absolutely. I do say it an I, and then you can order the pants from Amazon. You do need that Copper Pan and the reason you needed is the way that it conducts the heat and the shape but you know this is not baked in like a wood burning oven anything like that. So in a home oven, it helps to have a pizza stone to conduct the heat on the bottom of even better but it doesn't. It's one of those things. It does take a little practice look at when you look at the photos of Ryan stretching the. You it's like anything else that looks Oh, that's so easy. I can do it and then you go to do it and it's a little bit difficult but you know it will say that the way that I taught my cooks here had make the FA caccia is by looking at a youtube video of the restaurant where I had that FA CACCIA which is a Manual Lena and I talk about it in the book in. So you can see it on Youtube as well and and with a little bit of practice. Yes it is doable at home while I love that even the best chefs in the world rely on Youtube. Exactly I say now in, it's really kind of true people cooks restaurant tours don't have an excuse any more not to make something delicious with the of cookbooks that are out there with the amount of instagram's out there with youtube. There's no secrets anymore. So that is really true and when we finished talking about the cookbook, we will talk about your videos with yes chef which are very Sure. The other Ryan Ryan gives a really good tutorial on grilling and what it means to Grill and had alighted covenant had a cook with would cause it's very different but he also points out something that I also definitely believed that grilled food is not a food that tastes better because it has black lines on it, and that's something to really remember that grilled food tastes good for two reasons..
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"You as always have been very busy over the past several months. You know I'm about an when I say about a meet in the nest fourteen days opening. Two new restaurant concepts, both of which are behind schedule nothing to do with Ovid only to do with construction. So they're both now going to be opening in the next fourteen days. So we'll see what that brings. What are the concepts, Nancy so the smallest concept is a quick serve restaurant in a very small food court in Culver City. So I'm sharing that space with only six vendors and the name of that quick serve concept is peace at bay. It's going to be small little pizza on there were designed because in Culver City right now, there was supposed to be I should say. A huge boom in office space with huge companies moving in to that. Everyone is working from home. So we're going to see how that transpires. It was designed for people to be able to calm pickup lunch, bring it back to their office cubicle and work next to their computer. So small pizza taking that same dough and baking it in sort of a pizza size. I hope that was clear. Pizza size not pizzas is making sandwiches stuffing them from above in the more traditional kind of Suara slash philosophy type of sandwich, and then also a few salads. So it's a small concept. I'm super excited about it I think that the combinations are great. We'll see how that goes and then the larger undertaking which were only opening a very small part of that and more opening outdoors is in for those of you that know Hollywood and no Hollywood history one of the most iconic hotels that we have in Los, Angeles is called the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. And I've been hired to takeover and we redid the restaurant of food in the restaurant itself food in the lobby. And food in a wine and cheese bar that I'm opening. That is all kinds of on old because we're not allowed to return indoors yet instead I'm doing kind of pop up a little flavor of each of those three concepts in a very beautiful tree lined patio that they have on the outside grounds of the hotel. What I'm opening is a restaurant called the bearish on it's going to be only I needed to come up with what are you doing kind of answer it's going to be an Italian steakhouse. And I'm honoring my father's side of the family. They were cattle, farmers from schedule you on Canada and so their last name was bearish. So it's going to be called the bearish and then the cheese bar and wine bar will be named after my father who is named was Lawrence or Lorenzo Next to Lorenzo's is a small little private dining room, which I'll be calling the writer's room, which is named after my mother who was television writer. So I get to honor that whole that whole family in my history and I'm very excited and proud but when that will be open in full. In full form that your guesses as a sly but now it's going to be just just a pop up to get. You know not only a little bit of excitement going. But you know I gotTa Start Employing some of the staff that we hired over a year ago to help spearhead this new endeavor Nancy winter the dates of the pop up case people want to check it out. So we're opening on the twenty-first supposedly and that will be five days a week we're going to run that for. Okay. Great we'll spread the word on instagram and whatnot I have no doubt that will be a tough table to get given how popular you are in Los Angeles but I can't wait for it for all those concepts to open. All right. Let's talk about key stock up because you have a brand new cookbook coming out that's all about kice Baca and you worked on it with our mutual. Friend Caroline Cornelio and tell me about Ryan I. Don't Know Ryan Ryan is the executive chef of he's He was not the opening chef Chad Colby was the opening chef Ryan was is sue and then filled his shoes when Chad had left to originally help curtis stone and then I think he helped April boom failed little when she opened her restaurant here. So Ryan's been rubbed running it. For a while and it was really the first cookbook that look at the I'm ten cookbooks into my repertoire right and so when I was, you know by agent comes to me every couple years and says, okay, you're ready to do another one. She always gives me a little breathing room and so she always gives me a little bit of space before she says, okay what's next and? The logical book to do was definitely he's Fawqa, but I wanted to Stewart of turn that over to Ryan who is running the restaurant and tried to take a little bit more of a back seat. To the really grueling process of writing cookbook there was more involvement than Initially. Planned, but I just really wanted to. To have him own the experience of what it takes to put the work that's necessary into into a cookbook. So I was happy to get on the cover. I was able to get Matt Molina on the cover of the Mozart. Cookbook because he had so much to do with that cookbook to and I think it's important. You know I think that it's a fallacy to think. That US restaurant owners that have multiple books actually sit down and write every single word and develop every single recipe. So is really happy that in this book I got Ryan on the cover I got caroline on the cover who really keeps the whole process together and of course myself but it is. It's definitely a cookbook that was that was written and developed through committee. Ha and caroline is our mutual friend. I was happy to see that she's back..
"silverton" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"I've already finished all ten episodes so good. I. Know it's amazing. We're huge I'm a huge foodie. Nancy Silverton is like an idol. She's a made. Have you ever had her gelato? Take so so she did do Google. She has a little place that will deliver in all of the crisis right now they'll delivered you. Can Get us through it can get us through. She's I. Love Her. I love her are you also Black Pink Selena Song Ice Cream it's out now ms Gomez paint great to see about take care of yourselves. Okay. I Ladies Guy. Right. I mean Tiny I. Get that right? It was like Daddy said, your lips look like pillowcases. QC pillowcases you. I'm looking at salina jury member. We met her when she was. Wizards. How old we? Started Wizards of waverly place teeny tiny like she's thirteen she. Wants. So many years ago I I was filling in for Alan Kay. I remember the gas and she tried your green juice. You remember we were at the I. She's always had so much confidence and poise been that then and now yeah, just always been impressed by her she's a she's not. Now Show please she's one of them just jealous at this point. To. All right. That was September sixteenth two, thousand, ten they say that she was there that day. Well Guess..
"silverton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A six, which means we have really healthy air corner. Which makes our next guests very happy. She's Dr Wendy Johnson. Medical director Love a 1,000,000 Medical Center, Doc Howard. I'm pretty good. Richard. How are you? I'm hanging in there. You got big plans for the weekend. I'm going to go camping where Of Silverton actually near Silverton. All right in Colorado. You know you go straight up from that town. Yeah, it's steep climb. I'm gonna I'm gonna stop. There's a friend of a friend of a friend actually, recently opened a bakery in Mama. That sounds amazing. I'm gonna stop in Chaman, her bakery. Alright. You're gonna learn it load up on baked goods and in crossing the Colorado so I'm guessing you're going to pick up a little. Ah, little Ah, you know what, on the way Once you cross the border. A little. What? I'm excused. You know, some gummy bear some smokable cement Ables. Uh, no. No. Okay, Well, you're picking a baked goods. I thought, Well, never mind. On the side. She says. A stopping charmer. Get some, you know, get some doughnuts and then had to. Ah, Silverton do little camping for the weekend. What good Good. Who's gonna watch your garden? Well, it's supposed to rain. Maybe this week. It is most right now. I want that weather forecast every single day Friday started Yeah. Yeah. Okay, So you're like, you're like God rent in water it you're like God to God, Father. It's God. Very nicely water, and hopefully he will, okay. All right, um La Familia. What do you guys do? Yeah. We are a family medicine centered primary care clinic. We see everybody. We take all insurances, and we have a lot of concern a wraparound health services. For fuck's. We do. Full.
"silverton" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Just pounded the pavement getting a blue collar on our prehensile tail color. I'm a no tail. Colin Powell Yourself. Up By your blue straps tail collar. Just a belt. These are good question good question. Do you pop the collar on anybody. Everyone does pretty well in this challenge except for Brian. We'll Taja though I do. I love brewed. Good is just zied with really funny how Nancy kept going and being like they missed the Balsamic in this like well you know we have some people here who don't have the most refined palate? I didn't think it was like this is a tough challenge. Where you're doing like the telephone challenge. And then you're being judged person who's who's like chef the original dishes and you only have thirty minutes like it's not as she's actually. This is not what we do at the restaurants. Yeah I will also say other highlight was definitely not going to be a great episode for Jen but Jen Sister Jessica believing that it was a chicken wings. Spatchcock chicken on the plane. Start this amazing work. Just amazing work. I mean what would that be? If those were the wings lay chicken using. Yeah Chicken Nuggets. Obviously it was very stupid. Mind dream is to dress like Nancy Silverton. When I'm older like hairclips in every team butterflied clips just said while we were watching it. How long do you think it takes for her to put each clip in her hair? I here's my theory that she doesn't take it out just sleeps in ever or like weekly. Do you think she one time. Put It in nineteen ninety five and she never could get them out and they know they're there someone. Tell Nancy I'm thinking maybe 'cause they're ponytails always back so taste. She's kind of lost feeling in her scalp. She has a Bun Bun Bun.
"silverton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"One of the old timey coal fired two two trains D. Durango and Silverton narrow gauge yes which in from coal to oil I don't know the status of the groomers in Tel tech but they're still burning coal or they're gonna switch to oil have you ever read any comers Intel to a toll tech which I heartily recommend go to trauma from trauma across Colorado border stops in a little lamb little ways stop you can get one for you can incredible lined continue on up into Colorado or you can just wait there and you in turn around to have a trip how money is just is most beautiful trip wonderful trip if you use it right along in the tender behind the engine now and it's not covered there are cover cars further back but if you're right in the one that is uncovered you know be prepared to have hot burning coal sender slap uniface land on your hand I recommend a half maybe a beard because you feel the centers I mean being being being hit on the face what was that oh man that's that's warm anyway you gonna get it and the senders fly out and some start sometimes they start fires so one of the reasons that the Durango and Silverton narrow gauge railroad is twitching from coal to oil is to help prevent those forest fires changing drier climate.
"silverton" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"Because of the influx of stormwater. So whatever we can do to help rain absorb into the ground in place. This is benefit. So I helped groups identified that I apply for grants to execute. These green infrastructure projects. Baltimore is really a place where I see a lot of opportunity for environmental improvements. And I'd like to maybe get involved in local politics, sing, a lot of the grassroots politics, happening lately, has been really inspiring. I'd like to see what I can do to help build up Baltimore with everyone else. So this is a thirty four foot Silverton up top is, of course where you drive the boat. But in the winter or just when we're docked we consider it our upstairs living room because we have a little Coutts there. So a lot of times, we'll lay and read just relax up there. We have two bedrooms, we have an AFC cabin with a full bath, and then we have the living room, the kitchen and the forward cabin with a full bap Sinise Marshall, I'm fifty eight years old, we'd lived in Tasan in a house for twenty some years, our kids, graduated from TAOs, and I went to college moved out on their own. And so we were sitting there looking at each other in our four bedroom four bathroom house saying what do you wanna do now? A friend of ours happened to mention Henderson's Warf, and that we should look at living on a boat. And we kind of looked at each other and said, I don't know what do you think about that? But we also I should say are avid, HGTV watchers. So we had been watching tiny homes tiny houses. So the idea was kind of appealing from that standpoint, but we just had no clue we weren't voters but we just said, let's do it. We'd had never owned a boat before. So that whole transition to learn about boats, and how they operate that was quite a learning curve. First time we went out on the boat. The boat had been winterized and everybody said opened the seat Cox and let all the refrigerant out to d winner, is it but they assumed that we knew, and we didn't note, ask that you leave the sea-cocks open because that's what draws the water in to cool the edge. So we close we let everything out, and we close sea-cocks we thought we're being good people, and we took off into the harbor and got about one hundred feet, and our vote was just smoking. We thought it was on fire, but it was actually just melting the exhaust system in the in the underneath dare to get towed back. So that was a lot of fun fixed. And now we know. You know, we've come a long way in three years. My husband would say, we're never moving back into a house. Why would we and I I feel like well if I could find the right house on the water might consider it. I do miss having a big enough place to gather friends and family. You know, not being the grandma with the house to have Christmas ad is still tugs at me sometimes, but on the flip side, they love the boat and they love to come to the boat. Let's pretend to drive the boat as adult my granddaughter Adeline says she likes to come and be in my little kitchen was just like her little kitchen that she has at home. There are trade-offs, but then on the other hand is just the how peaceful and quiet it is, you know, you sit up on the back in the boats gently rocking in the breeze coming through in the sun is beating down, and you think life can't get any better than this. Down here. Galley and the net. Oh, and this is out to be like an extra to what we just usually keep folded in. I mean to people for sure comfortably could sit on either side of table. And then you can put these side Kush. There's just metal, and that's another bad, great big windows shining down into your galleon your dining. The light is one of my favorite things. I love how and you have lots of shelving and cabinets in fact, one of the head this year. This is the forward one two closets Powell each drawers. Oh, wow. This is so cool. Many Madeleine schreier live at Harborview. Marina, my boyfriend and I have been living on our forty two foot trailer style powerboat for a little over a year now. And we love it. It's just like a house, basically, you've got great internet. I work in working from home this morning. I just.
"silverton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC news, John Chuck Silverton, President Trump's threat the bus illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities is still under consideration says White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on ABC's this week. Full and thorough and extensive review, the president likes the idea and Democrats have said they want these individuals into their communities. So let's say if it works in everybody gets a win out of these types of ideas are just distractions as chairman of the house homeland security committee Bennie Thompson, Mississippi democrat, but we have now is a constant push of the system so dated were urging doctors and other medical personnel. Volunteers city officials in Las Cruces, New Mexico to give checkups and any help to all the migrants, they say were bust into the city by the border patrol this weekend over ninety on Friday and more than eighty others. Yesterday, also calls for donations of food and personal hygiene products. The migrants are being housed in a homeless shelter and other facilities officers at the sheriff's office and metro Phoenix that made fifty two percent fewer traffic stops in the years since judge concluded they had racially profiled Latinos, and then sheriff jor piles immigration patrols from interviews done by the Associated Press more than a dozen reported. Tornadoes ripping through four states in Texas in the south blamed for at least three deaths. More storms today possibles ABC news chief meteorologist, rob Marsha several pockets of convection as this entire system, which is growing in size moves way towards the northeast so Charlotte, Roanoke, certainly Augusta getting up to Pittsburgh and Scranton than whole thing. Pushes through New York City ABC's rob Marciano, Nevada faces complaints about secrecy in ordering licenses to sell marijuana in the state's booming legal marketplace willing over lawsuits and legislation that appear poised to pry open the process several companies of sued the state tax department. They will.
Palestinians trapped in coercive environment, says UN rights official
"This is loose. Graffiti of UN news, many Palestinians, living under his rarely occupation suffer from a course of environment were settlements expansion has made people's lives. So unbearable that they feel pressured to move according to a top u n official there James Heenan, head of the UN human rights office in the occupied Palestinian territory said that permits for building in the West Bank were almost non-existent now for Palestinians, speaking to Reema Bauza of UN news in Jerusalem. Mr. Heenan explains the challenges Palestinians routinely face today in the West Bank and east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip was buying and then he's truce Lamon Gaza will have their own different types of human rights challenges. But some of the challenges of calling across the whole area. One is use of force another is freedom of movement. Another is the way in which space society and human rights defenders dramatically, and if we talked specifically about Gaza, what are the issues that were you the most widely the buzz is really hope for the population Gazans feel and are under pressure from old photos at the moment, they are suffering from an eleven year blockade and closures imposed by Israel. They suffering essentially also under the split between the West Bank and Gaza, the political split and the the factor thirties in Gaza, Mike loss, very hard for a number of people, including human rights defenders for us. The concern for Gaza is all about. Allowing people to have an adequate standard of living, which is a human rod under the ICCPR international could covenant uncivil political rights and towards that end. The UN is working tool to humanitarian response to what's going on in Gaza. Ultimately, of course, it's a political problem humanitarian, what are the other human rights challenges specific to the West Bank and east Jerusalem at the moment, the biggest human rods challenges are generated by settlements the expansion of settlements. And we produced two reports a year on this. In and of itself creates a number of human rights violations. So for example, severance themselves are violations of international, we know that. But when you establish a settlement in areas c in the West Bank, he generally brings populations into proximity brings a settlers into proximity with the local Palestinians, and we know that that proximity generates things like settle of items the take over of land blocking the freedom of movement. The Palestinians nearby things like the blocking of access to services for Palestinians nearby. So the settlement enterprises people call it doesn't just have a problem with the Silverton themselves, but the impact on human rights. The biggest thing that's happening. Most recently is what we call the environment where you have a desire to move, Tulsa and communities for the purposes of settlement expansion or creation. What's happened at the long pass? I communities would have just been forcibly moved. Now. What's happening is those communities are put on the enormous pressure. So feel I have no choice but to move, and that's what we call. The course environment. This comes from the jury's prudence of you hate Trump troubles on the former Yugoslavia this idea that you can make lifestyle bearable for people through combination factors. They feel they have to. So for example, if you have a community near settlement sky to expand they can be subject to settle labontes. They can be subject to demolitions. So they cannot build in the West Bank term ability in the West Bank. But I'll sit ins are almost nonexistent. So any expansion they come undertake the young people get married. They can't start the village because there's no it to live. They can't expect access to services are blocked a firing zone can be declared by military nearby, which will mean that they can't access they land. And it can also mean that there is actual live far near the village which is dangerous last year. We had a sixteen year old boy killed by unexploded ordinance of this in the field. A combination of all of these factors all of which are human rights violations as well. Jen at their base makes life extremely difficult for people, and you see that people are leaving because of this. We know type in the West Bank of people on the huge amount of pressure to leave, and we know cases in Hebron where families of decided to move. Now each case has to be looked at all it's merits businesses, very serious mental. And the thing is Palestinians have a very very strong resilience. So they don't move easily. But it doesn't mean that the pressure is not there for them to move. And we're concerned I'm concerned that saw these communities will feel they have to move at some point. We'll talk about the courts environment. What does your office do on that issue? We have not see role an illegal role. Yeah. I think the office has been instrumental in bringing together this idea and making sure that there's a common understanding about what environments based on the jurisprudence of into. National tribunals, we track the quiz environment that patents to see what's happening through the violence. Not just the instances of settler violence. But also, the trends, and we analyze trends, and we publish them. We are mandated by the UN to be public about these things. What is the final message would like to express? I think the involvement globally. Is not supportive of human rights to seem to be. Since some places ideology, the pasta or system in the past. And you hear a lot said about that these days, but as Kofi man once said, it's not it's not people who so human rights is relevant. It's usually governments he said even real and for us. It's more relevant than ever that not just our office. But everyone stands up for human rights because the car is very very worrying.
American missionary killed by tribe on remote Indian island
"The oldest US military survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor has died in power in San Diego County ABC's Chuck Silverton says racia- vez was on the minesweeper US Condor on December. Seventh nineteen forty one. Crews believed to have been the first to make contact with the enemy when they spotted a Japanese periscope. An enemy mini-submarine destroyed by the worship ward last May President Trump honor job is in DC during Memorial Day services Chavez was one oh six. He's expected to be buried in Miramar national cemetery arraign related beach advisory in LA county is in effect through Sunday. Health officials say people should be careful in the ocean. Because bacteria in other gunk has probably gotten into the water through storm drains, a fatal six car crash in Redondo beach started but someone running around light. A car ran a red at an intersection along PCH and rented a cars that were traveling on the crossroad in both directions yesterday. Eight people were taken to the hospital. The one fatality was the driver who caused the crash. Crowds in New York City braved fifteen degree weather to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. This year's performers included Diana Ross, Martina McBride pentatonic and John legend Muppets were there as well. Macy's lend a virus says the balloon handlers were prepared if wind gusts got to be too much only once in the history that the balloons not fly because of weather that was nineteen seventy-one Twitter wasn't cool with what looked like lip synching by Rita ORA and other performers. The parade has come out to say, hey, there were some technical issues with some of the acts sixteen helium filled balloons, including SpongeBob Charlie Brown and the Grinch floated above the parade. Route
"silverton" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Last race to recap. On this week's recap addition was the eighth race, the Kentucky downs, ladies sprint sick. Look at the field. Only eight of them signed on your post time. Favorite was lulled for Christoph camman. She'd had success Kentucky downs in the past. Now, whether the six and a half furlongs is really what she wants, or she more of a mile or at this point that's that's up to you is the handicapper to determine that. But at the end of the day, her credentials sorta spoke for themselves. She was the horse to beat in this spot unfortu-. For her. There was another Philly in here who's just rock-solid right now in razor-sharp form. Got the job done here to the stretch run of this year's Kentucky downs. Ladies sprint come off at the turnout top of the stretch long run here. It's brielle's appeal. Bixby Lou, but now here come both ruby notion and low. The two favorites are in gear. They have no excuse spell. Coming out to them, then Kante arterial Resonator their entity stretch. Now lo let's finding her best stride law comes to take on. Ruby notion. Brielle's appeal sticks gamely then contact Partito and deep stretch Brielle appeal. Ruby notion these to ruby notion brielle's appeal. Ruby notion has won the Kentucky downs, lady, sprint. It was ruby notion, gets the job done at odds of three to one as the second choice. She defeats low the even money favourite by neck, and then third place. The pacesetter reels appeal very game effort from her at odds of six to one to finish. Third, let's take a look a little bit deeper at ruby notion. Ruby notion, six of fourteen lifetime over four hundred twenty six. Thousand dollars in career. Earnings owned by Silverton hill LLC trained by Darren Miller bread by Silverton hill farm LLC in West Virginia. In victim. Buffalo Ron's ruined. You can take a look at the pedigree at the bottom of the horse card..
Woman arrested for transporting children in pet kennels, police say
"Insurance for over forty years in tennessee a woman arrested over the weekend after using animal enclosures to transport two young children more for maybe see news there was no room insider vehicle memphis police say limo cheeks told them so the sixty two year old woman had two children ages seven and eight ride inside dog kennels in the back of arrests uv viral video showing her leading the children out of the pet carriers there were no air conditioning vents in the back of the vehicle and the children told police they were very hot the temperature at the time around ninety five degrees cheeks held and charged with two counts of child endangerment dave packer abc news hamilton county sheriff's deputies called to the sixty eight hundred block of samson lane and silverton last night about a possible home invasion what's on scene deputies did locate the victim and the victim was shot according to deputies two suspects forced their way into the home and shot the man who was actually able to fire several shots back at the suspects before they fled the only description of the intruders two black males the victim taken to uc medical center is current condition is unknown leaders will continue to respond to questions from.
"silverton" Discussed on Edible-Alphaâ„¢
"That but yeah i would love to come and see the the see your whole enterprise it's fascinating and when people leave juicy them able to buy farmland or are they mostly leasing farmland from somebody or whatever that is one of the challenges of course our area of durango is a tourist based economy in selfless latah county has a lot of agriculture in it but durango has the drank narrow gauge silverton train during silverton narrow gauge train okay you know it's definitely a tourist based plus all the national parks and just the mountain so land here is expensive yeah and because of that we are this past year had been working on land link opportunity wonderful 'cause there is farmland here that probably underutilized and had good irrigation right so we have been working on matching landowners with potential farmers wonderful and when did you start doing that we started two years ago working with our specialty crop block grant colorado and also with guide still colorado which kinda create created the database match landowner's land speakers we've had some workshop meet and greet to try to get get them to know each other and to get to figure out if it's really or them it's a big decision for landowner be able to do that and it's not for everybody right right and i think there is this oh i don't know i think there's a lot of naievety about that too right i mean oh it'll be fun to have a farmer on site and then they realize that it doesn't quite fit what they aesthetically thought it was going to look like or you know the chickens get out and bothered the dogs or you know there's all the shared vision what we tell the important thing.
Homes evacuated as firefighters battle Colorado wildfire
"Record voters took to the polls in a number of states yesterday as primary contests heat up heading into november's midterms in california it was democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom beating back a challenge on the democratic side from former la mayor antonio villa rosa he can see the contest late last night let me congratulate gavin newsom and let's all give him a hand in other california contests it was pretty much business as usual there are some well known political names who will now advance to november here in california devon nunez nancy pelosi maxine waters adam schiff kevin mccarthy meany waters among them none of those were big surprises us on the senate side diane feinstein eighty four years old blowing away her competition they had to november abc's alec stone back here at home firefighters working on a wildfire burning in far west jefferson county near park county near that border it's burning south west of the town of conifer an area called homes gulch way park county jefferson county line and the fire is actually located on jefferson county side lacrosse with park county the jefferson county sheriff's office has just issued a stage one fire restriction in south western colorado the four sixteen fire continues to burn is now up to nearly three thousand acres ten percent containment at this hour some suspect sparks from a nearby train spark the flame some suspect i should say the sparks invest sparked the flames to wrangle and silverton narrow gauge railroad gm john harper says they prepare for fires begun by the train that does happen and there are starts from locomotives and we take precautionary measures to make sure that that then we put them out at least at this hour new buildings have been lost but the flames have forced hundreds of evacuations former president bill clinton says his today show comments about his nineteen ninetyfive affair with former white house intern monica lewinsky were not his finest hour when i saw the interview i thought that because they had to distill it and it looked like i was saying i didn't apologize and i had to attention to and i was mad at me president clinton told cbs the late show host stephen colbert last night he recognized his responses during the today show interview earlier this week struck some as combative clinton told colbert the interview started with an assertion that he'd never apologized the former president said people need to know he apologized.
"silverton" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"So difficulties you alluded to them wha they've been so far this year mainly of car issues we've had lots of teat lynn of mechanical issues and the ball past being so very difficult and are on the side of the team say with the this nothing we could have done it's been changed so we're now actually performing very well see that's it's looking forward you know good for the future and developing accounts toyota which is still quite a new g full car especially for both you get experience to develop occur young age can really give you benefits for your future career when working manufactured working with full bigger nausea perations as well yeah definitely i mean me and told relatively you know compared to some drivers not very experienced but we still have knowledge would still be very good drivers so we know what we're doing we're setup whenever fin say you know we have built the car up and improved it very quickly and somehow he finding developing account for the first time you're career yeah it's definitely a big step up from genius and say many aspects and that's definitely a big one i've been joying doing it and what team and they make a lot more involved as well deliveries we've laid out it's big things been made a delivery on these two choices we have all the circus in different shapes and colors to represent all different tracks on the british g calendar out of all of them as the trucks have been to the olten parking working in mouse nest in silverton and a few of the rounds which ones are you looking forward to over the course of the year.
"silverton" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Nancy silverton i mean just a a lot of nancy oakes just a lot of people that were already running these very professional great food making revolutionary kind of restaurants agriculture and why it was california in san francisco in particular so singular in in just being such a great place for women like that was not the case in new york or chicago or other cities you know did you read joyce goldstein's the california food revolution yeah i mean i think she kind of that's a really good book i mean she really talks about how the food evolved in california and how a lot of chefs in purveyors were make i mean like she knows the people that i know the people that made up the spring mix that we see like on everybody's menu in every grocery store there were people that were just like oh we have all these lettuces let's put them in a bag together and sell it and we'll just want springtime we'll call it spring mix and i just feel like california has been this place where things just change the it's it's it's been that kind of environment there for a long time you know joy joy spoke in our jubilee in san francisco and she was great she talked about how it was from her perspective it was just this very counterculture spirit that took hold there and she talked about how the french brigade system came over to america a lot of.
Stephen Hawking, Cambridge professor and theoretical physicist, dead at 76
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly a special congressional election in southwest. Pennsylvania remains too close to call this morning. Kathleen Davis with member station W E ASA in Pittsburgh says absentee ballots are still being counted at about one AM spokesman for Republican, Rick sa- cone told reporters, the candidate would not be making a statement as he trailed behind by about six hundred votes. This was minutes after his opponent, democrat, Connor lamb gave a victory speech at his age Q earlier in the night. Succumbed said, his campaign would fight until the end to win. This is a district that President Donald Trump won by twenty points. That's Kathleen Davis with member station W ESA the congressional seat was left open after the resignation of Republican congressman Tim Murphy. This is the day high school students across the US or planning to walk out of their classrooms. NPR's Jeff Brady says the protests come one month. After a deadly shooting at a high school in south Florida. The protests will last seventeen minutes. One minute for each victim of the shooting at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and Silverton Oregon students say they're event will be a silent protest, but senior Elijah rock check atop says, fellow students have already been talking in the community about limiting access to guns. We've made our message very clear and that message is that we want safer schools, but the way we believe in doing that is having less access to guns in schools rather than more. Some students could face penalties for walking out of class, though many school administrators have said students won't be punished as long as they return when the seventeen minutes is over Jeff Brady NPR news, the children of world renowned physicist, Stephen hawking, or describing their father as a great scientist and an extraordinary man hawking died today in Cambridge, England at age, seventy six NPR's. Joe palca says, hawking live for more than fifty years with the disease usually considered fatal. Stephen hawking was. Born on January eighth nineteen. Forty two at the age of twenty one. He was diagnosed with motor neuron disease, better known in America as a L S or Lou Gehrig's disease doctors estimated he had two years to live, although his illness kept him in a wheelchair and made him unable to speak. He nonetheless defied expectations and established a reputation as one of the world's great physicists making key contributions about the nature of black holes and the basic physical laws of the universe. He spent his professional career at the university of Cambridge in England. Hocking had puckish sense of humor appearing as himself in the cartoon programs futurama and the Simpsons as well as on the TV series Star Trek. The next generation, his book, a brief history of time was a bestseller. Joe palca NPR news, Washington areas of New England or digging out from two feet of snow. The national weather service says dairy, New Hampshire received twenty five inches from this latest storm to hit the northeast. This is NPR news from Washington. The parents of a slain Democratic Party staffer are suing the Fox News channel over a retracted story from last may it linked the dead man to leaks of thousands of party emails. NPR's David Folkenflik reports on the federal lawsuit filed by the parents of Seth rich. This story claimed investigators had linked Seth rich to the democratic emails posted publicly by WikiLeaks during the twenty sixteen campaign. The story also strongly suggested Rich's death might have been tied to those emails though Washington DC police force says it believes the murder was a botched robbery and US intelligence agencies attribute the hack two people working on behalf of the Russian government FOX retracted. The story after now cry from people, including the stories chief named source. But there has been no apology, no explanation and no punishment known for those involved reporter melas Imerman remains at the network. She's a defendant in the lawsuit, too. So said brutality, a Trump supporter who helped to orchestrate the story behind the scenes box news. Headed at no comment due to the fact that was pending litigation, David Folkenflik, NPR news, New York. There's a clemency hearing today in Georgia for a death row inmate sect for set for execution. Tomorrow Carlton, Gary's lawyers say newly discovered. Evidence proves he did not kill three women in Columbus in nineteen seventy seven, Gary is known as the stocking strangler. He would be the first inmate put to death in the state. This year. It's been a down day for stocks in Asia and all say, investors were reacting to President Trump's decision to fire secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the political uncertainty it might bring. I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington.
"silverton" Discussed on Athletico Mince
"Paul silverton no israeli lessons a goalgetter as israel nerves johnny mango that right is got glitch blunt and bevan ton powder blue vein neck white skinny jeans and home boats right he gets a riot narcan when he's pace yes and he flocks the of rivlin pelley renowed edict up the step kids july soundly on lines like a blast that are no one in an aide said we want it all right i just said he sounds like a bust that aidam keif small spelling oh head with the red first and yellow teeth these a bike the yeah usually found in the book east but by the red lion all roddan la fayette street in paris is famous for turkish slacks and his people at the here's what are those machines shock un so is eight mk little busted poem silver or mickey driscoll cain west after beefed up for it adam k her i'm sorry to everyone's listen to this but yeah i'm going to be done cave all right you don't want to hurt but judea on on the shape on the way here in london this observation come it's taught so we're actually fell actually set the sentence that i've never had before i've seen hundreds of trace surgeons how do you follow that approach outta said he won't get the see hundreds of trade upper 25 i was the same under the tray surgeons guys a good question i was trying to explain that he's mit is one of the best researchers in the business asean obscene numerous the tracers book.