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"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

Back From The Future Podcast

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

"Funds it through a system called value for value. She doesn't take orders but what she does say at. The beginning of each episode is if you like this podcast these take time. Pay me what you'd want. And she has a pay pal link or a recurring subscription on her site awesome. I i just subscribed excited like him and my question is so tell me about making courses on linked and learning. Were you part of of linda before it became linked and learning or or. Did you join the platform after it became lincoln learning. And what is the course development process like. Can you walk through that. Yeah for sure So i joined after they were linked in learning. I joined because i was making courses. And i figured that this was a great way to kind of put myself out there more right now. I don't want to sound like. I'm like using the platform for notoriety or whatever. But if i wanted to reach as many students as possible i felt like lincoln. Learning was a good place. They have a really strong especially wordpress learning community. There and i knew More in rand hendrickson very well known for his wordpress based courses on learning and linda and we talked for a little while. now we talked in I wanna say like december of twenty sixteen or twenty seventeen and then it was like a year eighteen months later where he made the introduction to his producer. Then we kind of kept things off so you know the again. The timing has to be right What i'm going to teach has to be right. Because obviously i didn't want to take courses away from more inner whatever not that i would but it turns out he was trying to can leave the wordpress education space and he tapped me to to to fill his role and so i talked with with the producer. Her name was stephanie. she's amazing. i created like a demo video to show them my teaching style to make sure that i can do things like type and talk at the same time because that's something that Is important to to lincoln learning everybody. Kinda puts courses together differently. They want me to to narrate. What i'm doing as i'm doing it. And then we got our first got our first course together and now i do. I think i do around for like one per quarter for them and the process goes like this. Basically i meet with my producer. Now his name is tracy. I actually did a podcast interview with him on my show where we be kind of go back and forth and talk about the process from each of our perspectives but will meet hill talk about the topics or the courses that they want to update or that they want to introduce introduce to their catalog. I will talk about some ideas. That i have for courses that i think would fit well on the lincoln learning platform versus my own platform and then will will build a schedule and so will pick a topic. I'll do a proposal for that topic or that course basically what's it going to cover about. How long will it be. Who's the target audience. Are they beginners or are they more advanced. What should they already know all these things that you need to think about. When you're putting course and along with the proposal put together a table of contents which is a colder a near complete outline of the the lesson plan right so for a section is going to cover the basics these five videos will be in the first section the second section will cover these seven videos or whatever now i'll put together the whole table of contents with titles and descriptions and i'll send them off for approval once the courses approved. There's a contract put in place with a you know the payment structure and everything. And then i am. I kept saying called. Tracy my producer..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

Back From The Future Podcast

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

"Companies identify risk in their azure active directory environment and help mitigate them engineers can also use the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agencies sparrow power shell script to hunt for evil in. Microsoft azure and microsoft. Oh three sixty five environments personally from the look of things. i believe. We're going to see many more findings in the coming months from many different companies. That are eventually going to learn. They were compromised by the same threat actor. Like we've always said in this industry. It's not a matter of if but when so this week is most of our engineers. No this is part of the show where we all get the chance to hear from someone special. You no longer have to. Just listen to cnn myself. Now you have to listen to ian myself in someone else and today that someone else is joe casabona. Joe considers himself a podcast or first teacher and mentor. Second and web developer third. He has his own show called built it. He actively mentors others on how to create a podcast empire plus he also runs a podcasting service. Called done for you. He's a busy man to say the least today. We're gonna talk about a number of things to do with podcasting. We're going to cover how he got his start how to grow an audience. He'll list his favorite podcast. And there's going to be a lot more covered on top of that so please join us for our interview with joe engineers. We're joined here today. By joe casabona. He is quite a fellow. He's done podcasting teaching web development quite a bit. But before i get started joe one you tell our audience a little bit about yourself and what you do. Yeah my pleasure. Thanks so much for having me on the show. And thanks for that. Nice introduction. I am i think in order of things. I do most a podcast and educator and a developer which is the opposite of just a couple of years ago so my primary source of work now is creating my own. Podcast called how. I built it and then teaching other people how to podcast as well as my done for you podcasting service. So that's the the main bulk of my work here in twenty twenty one and i started as a a web developer..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

Back From The Future Podcast

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

"Six dollars and ninety five cents per share. Now intel has been in the news a lot over the past few years because they have not been able to keep up with. Amd's reisen as well as apple's silicon cpu innovation. Intel is currently in a tough internal battle. The company has to ask itself. Does it keep making its own chips. Or does it go fabulous and rely on other companies like tsmc to help refine its manufacturing process until famously is still on tin nanometer chips while apple. Amd are at five nanometers. Intel's chips run hot and are power hungry while apple in. Amd's are making great breakthroughs in the performance per watt category intel is also losing out in the server market whether zeon chips used to be king. Their chips have been replaced by arm. Equivalence because of their low cost manufacturing yield and lower heat dissipation. It is much cheaper to cool and arm server farm than an intel server farm in a call with wall street. Bob won the outgoing intel. Ceo said headway made in the last six months has dramatically increased instills confidence in being able to produce their most advanced chips in its own fab plants. Starting in twenty twenty three. That is two years into the future on this current trajectory if intel does decide to keep manufacturing in house it won't release seven nanometer chips until twenty twenty three while taas mc will be releasing three nanometer chips. I strongly feel that. If intel is to remain relevant is going to invest billions into fab design as the new power resides in fab manufacturing capacity. If until were to outsource to a third party foundry like global foundries or tsmc day would be in the unfortunate competition of being last on the same production lines and dealing with the same production constraints that amd and media and apple deal with every day. This is why we still can't get. Ps fives x-box amd cpu's and gp us. Pat gelsinger is already making moves and had this to say on friday. When asked about the decision to outsource its production. I am confident that the majority of our twenty twenty three products will be manufactured internally at this time given the breadth of our portfolio. It is likely that we will expand use of our external foundries. I certain technologies and products once pat made this announcement intel stocks fell five point seven percent and over the last twelve months. Shares have fallen by six percent will twenty twenty three be too late for intel to turn this round. I don't know. But i personally hope until can get its act together. Competition breeds innovation and price reductions in the market. Let's hope that. Pats magic touch will have the same results on intel. What do you think. Dj is intel doomed. I hope until can turn this around. But i will say this in working with amazon for the past few weeks. I've seen just how easy it is to spin up in. Ec two instance based on arm literally the click of a radio button in choosing that over intel. I think that the market is eventually going to grow in that direction. As like you said it's easier to cool those chips..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"With on again off again covid restrictions keeping hungry mouths out of restaurants. It's no surprise that twenty twenty was a banner year for cooking at home. That's been great for meal. Kit companies like hellofresh and blue apron. Homebound customers tired of familiar recipes flocked offerings like smashed black bean to start as in meatloaf la mom already and under forty-five minutes hellofresh orders grew one hundred fourteen percent over a year ago according to a statement from the company as much as meal kits have shown during the pandemic though. There were no match for their biggest rival. The microwave twenty twenty was a record year for the frozen food. Aisle sales of microwavable ready meals in the us grew to more than twenty five billion dollars last year. Outpacing the growth of all other grocery items according to market research published by global industry analytics. This increased demand sent items. Like tinos pizza rolls. Marie calendar's is and trader. Joe's tikka masala flying off their ice shelves twenty twenty also saw gin hot pockets that came as a blow to military bases where the microwavable meat and cheese filled bread bars or a snacking staple so report stars and stripes magazine nestle owned stouffer is meanwhile celebrated its record year by debut in a shop where it showcased food themed clothing with slogans like cheese. Self care yeah. That one's a little debatable. Live laugh lasagna. T shirts aside. However microwaveable meals showed they could adapt to the times amy's kitchen which built a brand off organic and vegetarian. Ready meals enjoyed sales bumps up to seventy percent for some of its products as reported by food navigator usa dot com nestle. Meanwhile grew it's plant based offerings by forty percent in two thousand twenty on top of organic and meatless options. Healthy choices have been winners to namely the company's diet brand lean cuisine that is until december when pieces of plastic from a broken conveyor belt ended up in a batch of frozen mashed potatoes. I guess that means this time. At least the lou calorie frozen meals might actually tastes like plastic nestle recalled ninety two thousand pounds of their lean cuisine baked chicken and potato variety as we emerge from the pandemic. It remains to be seen whether pre-prepared microwaveable meals will continue their meteoric rise. Customers might be looking for a break from all that processed food. just ask allison robot celli. Who eight and reviewed thirty five hot pockets in four days for the takeout when recalling the experience she says nobody should attempt this without a note from their doctor

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Hello Fresh Had a Great Year, But Microwavable Meals Did Even Better

Business Wars Daily

02:37 min | 3 months ago

Hello Fresh Had a Great Year, But Microwavable Meals Did Even Better

"With on again off again covid restrictions keeping hungry mouths out of restaurants. It's no surprise that twenty twenty was a banner year for cooking at home. That's been great for meal. Kit companies like hellofresh and blue apron. Homebound customers tired of familiar recipes flocked offerings like smashed black bean to start as in meatloaf la mom already and under forty-five minutes hellofresh orders grew one hundred fourteen percent over a year ago according to a statement from the company as much as meal kits have shown during the pandemic though. There were no match for their biggest rival. The microwave twenty twenty was a record year for the frozen food. Aisle sales of microwavable ready meals in the us grew to more than twenty five billion dollars last year. Outpacing the growth of all other grocery items according to market research published by global industry analytics. This increased demand sent items. Like tinos pizza rolls. Marie calendar's is and trader. Joe's tikka masala flying off their ice shelves twenty twenty also saw gin hot pockets that came as a blow to military bases where the microwavable meat and cheese filled bread bars or a snacking staple so report stars and stripes magazine nestle owned stouffer is meanwhile celebrated its record year by debut in a shop where it showcased food themed clothing with slogans like cheese. Self care yeah. That one's a little debatable. Live laugh lasagna. T shirts aside. However microwaveable meals showed they could adapt to the times amy's kitchen which built a brand off organic and vegetarian. Ready meals enjoyed sales bumps up to seventy percent for some of its products as reported by food navigator usa dot com nestle. Meanwhile grew it's plant based offerings by forty percent in two thousand twenty on top of organic and meatless options. Healthy choices have been winners to namely the company's diet brand lean cuisine that is until december when pieces of plastic from a broken conveyor belt ended up in a batch of frozen mashed potatoes. I guess that means this time. At least the lou calorie frozen meals might actually tastes like plastic nestle recalled ninety two thousand pounds of their lean cuisine baked chicken and potato variety as we emerge from the pandemic. It remains to be seen whether pre-prepared microwaveable meals will continue their meteoric rise. Customers might be looking for a break from all that processed food. just ask allison robot celli. Who eight and reviewed thirty five hot pockets in four days for the takeout when recalling the experience she says nobody should attempt this without a note from their doctor

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"tikka masala" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on FoodStuff

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"tikka masala" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

08:07 min | 11 months ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Yes as we hinted at the history of this one is highly debated and Mary. Contentious said an Indian dish. Is it actually from Britain is that they're riff on curry? Or is it specifically from Glasgow? Scotland because depending on who you ask you will get just a huge variety. Of course Yes yes. Yes and opinions. One popular story does place. The dishes origins to specifically the nineteen seventies and specifically Glasgow Scotland as the creation of Pakistani Shef Ali Ahmad Awesome. Aslam was the chef of a well known authentic curry house in that city. Glasgow called Shish Mahal. After a customer sent chicken back to the kitchen for being dry aslam on an all liquid diet due to an ulcer added some tomato soup out of a can store goes spices to dish. And then in some versions. He added in yogurt based on the chicken. Tika that he used to make in that he likes and surprise. The customer loved it and became a regular customer and brought all of his friends and introduced all of his friends to this dish and the word spread and the popularity grew it was soon found out throughout the UK and that is how that version goes. It is very popularly told. No legit proof zero. Yeah Yeah not at all. Food critic. Rahul Verma weighed in on the Thika. Masala debate with it's basically a Punjabi dish not more than forty fifty years old and must be accidental discovery. Which has had periodical improvisations? According to him he tasted what was basically chicken Tikka Masala as street food in Utah Pradesh earlier than this whole Glasgow Story. Okay yes but okay in two thousand nine a labor. Mp Mohammad Sarwar formally requested that parliament. Officially name Glasgow as the birthplace of chicken Tikka Masala and the European Union protected geographical status walk with it. Yeah like like champagne level. That's what he wanted for. Chicken Tikka Masala did not make it to debate. I think that's probably for the good of all of us. Probably Probably Lauren. And this was after two thousand one attempts by the then foreign secretary of Britain to name Chicken Tikka Masala as the national dish and here is a quote chicken Tikka Masala is now a true national dish. Not only because it is the most popular but because it is a perfect illustration of the way. Britain absorbs and adapts external influences chicken. Tika is an Indian dish. The masala sauce was added to satisfy the desire British people to have their meat served in gravy and he and he meant this as a positive Ira Much to to me a perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts. External influences. Sounds a little bit negative when you consider colonialism right but he but he meant it to be a positive and it will come as no surprise that many people saw it like you especially people from India who very much some of them very much resented this seeing it as something that the British stole during colonialism and brought back and maybe made it their own but it still originated in India and that may be the British adapted it but they were racing the true history and painting. Fat erasure with a positive brush of being multicultural. Some experts contend that the dish was a project of the British in British India unable to handle the spice of chicken Tika So that's kind of like origin. Story number two. Yeah Yeah but but yes. This whole thing was was a whole to do critics of the foreign secretaries praise called Chicken Tikka innocuous curry and and accused the British at large of having an appetite for only quote the easiest form of exoticism also a magpie indiscriminately. Wow and emended insularity. Those are some harsh take downs. Those certainly are Those those are quotes by the way From a book called Food Quality and consumer value delivering food that satisfies and the latter two are further quoted in that from an article that doesn't appear to be online Decided as being from the Times from two thousand one The article being titled Goodness Gracious Chicken Tika Smacks of our capability for self delusion. Great Title. I wish I could read that article. It sounds like an absolute it. Sounds like an absolute smash. We can dream one day. Maybe yeah from Lizzy Collingham Book Curry Tale of Cooks and conquerors quote. It was not a shining example of British multi-culturalism but a demonstration of the British facility for reducing foreign foods to their most unappetizing and inedible forums. Oh snap snap indeed tosh that is on? Okay okay you can say what do you want to about? The origins of Chicken Tikka Masala but it is not the least appetising or the least edible form of anything that is pretty harsh beliefs but people got strong opinions about this. They do they do. It's true that's fair it's true okay. So yeah there's that whole to do as you said. There is another popular story about chicken. Tikka Masala 's origin that argues that Tika Masala was invented by someone of Bangladeshi descent in Britain food historians calling in Peter. Grove are big proponents of this theory pointing to a nineteen sixty one recipe from Bouchier seeings. Four Shanghai at a Masala published in the book Indian Cookery. Peter grow claims. That lasker story was a rumor that he created to a journalists. Okay got tired of like fielding calls about it. He just made up the story according to him. The groves also argued that butter chicken was the original chicken Tikka Masala in place that dishes origins to a New Delhi restaurant called Moti Mahal opened. Its doors in nineteen forty eight. According to them the chef worked with a local man to create the first Tandoori spice mix. Which was black pepper ground coriander and a mild red pepper? They then used that to marinate their chicken and not wanting to waste the resulting flavored chicken juice. The cooks added butter and made it to it. yeah this story here goes to the chef. I'm Kundan Lal was also the first person to use a tandoor oven which is traditionally used for breads to cook this marinated chicken and then this cooks cubes. Tandoori chicken was then tossed in that. Saas there you go butter chicken. It was a pretty immediate hitch and it spread throughout the country and from there. So the story goes. Yeah Yeah Yeah. But but this story Experts in food history in this region do support the story And today LULLS GRANDSON. Still owns the family restaurant and has expanded the brand to a hundred and twenty restaurants in India plus franchises in the Middle East and Africa and New Zealand He's also got cookbooks. All kinds of stuff going on. It's a it's a really fascinating little little slice And then another piece of.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Six of the thirty five states in which uber revealed the local favorites including in Florida Illinois Indiana Maryland looking for some breakfast with bacon egg and cheese sandwich is topping the list because slightly more exotic in California with chicken tikka masala topping the list and in Kentucky and Michigan where they're ordering a lot of pad Thai sushi is what's for dinner in Oklahoma specifically the spicy tuna roll not so much here in New Jersey however where the plain old chicken sandwich cordon reign supreme I mean how pathetic is that look I can sandwich really you're you're under state home orders with an opportunity to try many new things yes but part of it might be my family's fault as reported out a couple of times and my son continues to order chicken sandwiches ever every chance he gets buffalo chicken sandwiches mostly but still chicken sandwich always has remembered takeout order we have mostly stuck to just to where there's a place called bovine burgers which is near me and James were yesterday which is just excellent and we've we've I've I've tried to get the family to sample more pizza because we have a lot of pizza joints near us yes but I I constantly get overruled in that we we can continue to go back to the to the just the easy pizza in a system which just ordinary pizza whatever whatever's close by so it's a little heavy on the cheese I like a little more heavy on the tomato in the oregano and it it suggests speaking of I'll burgers though not one of the states had burgers at the top of their list which which seem kind of strange to me that they can't find them I can't can't can't find to they're not available yeah yeah maybe and speaking of delivery Gordon speaking of pizza the more people that are bringing food to our homes the more creative people are having to guess in order to bring that food inside while still keeping their distance for the latest we take you to Missouri where a pair of park hills resident shared video on tick tock of their food retrieval system the video shows the residents lowering a box from the window of their second floor apartment the Filmer and their roommate informed the driver that the box contains that payment and a tip then ask the driver to place the pizza in the box to be raised back up to the window after a few awkward moments where the driver tries to fit the pizza box into the cardboard box on the ground she's finally able to get it nestled in before it makes its journey up to the hungry customer it's now the only things you're speaking of of kind of like you know not great pizza the only thing I found it didn't like about this whole situation this was a domino's pizza and then that they had ordered here New Jersey that's just not going to fly you know and that's even your family you're going for the plain pizza or the not exciting pizza you're not gonna be ordering domino's pizza in my humble opinion yeah if you order domino's pizza and now it's you need to have stuff on it well sure gotta have some topics fully loaded meat lovers something yeah exactly that's that's that's the plan is not going to work that's my recommendation thanks Mike thirteen minutes.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"I think channel integrity first of all is really critical So what I mean by that. Is that You know starting small and starting in certain stores or chains are with various retail partners. And then being very ethical loyal to those partners over time and then eventually scaling that into other retailers so for example we started with whole foods. There you know the divide that brought us to the altar and so we and the Kramer's well those were the two first careless we started and so we were very very many many years ago. Walmart kept getting US aggressively pursuing has to go in and we said No. We're just not GONNA do it because We feel very ethically loyal to both whole foods and kroger and also we wanted to make sure that we set the mix correctly interpreted what products are working. Were not before we scale in. Two large mass merchandiser like a Walmart. I think I think the key also. Is You know going small. Initially starting with a smaller footprint of stores or partners whether it's online or offline and Making a few mistakes initially really understanding where the product has led to grow and where it doesn't what categories tend to scale. Which ones don't you know where you can kind of have more control over building a business with certain partner and that partner meeting the retailer share your value system and you know going through that process for a year or two to get what I would call the Mojo. You know once you understand that and you're humming and you see pipelines. You're doing well then. You have a story to tell you know. Then you can take that success quantitatively and and we do that. We go to other retailers whether it's a target or whether it's a kroger whether it's a Walmart and we could show them through very specific data our products are moving off the shelf in certain regions and certain stores with certain demographics and then use that as a platform to scale in another partner. Bigger beach like Walmart or Costco. So I think that's really important to you. Know you know go from zero. Twenty five thousand In a Europe. He took ten years to get there right. So you you slowly build your charity very suddenly with a couple of partners that share your values are supportive of you and really WANNA help you scale. Within their retailer. And then once you've done that That you can look it in our in our case in pretty much every company I've been involved and then you can skill at the later stages in to a larger footprint. Because you know what's worked. What hasn't worked. I absolutely love this advice someone. I'm a big fan of Paul. Graham founder of Y combinator and he talks a lot about in the early days. You want to do things that don't scale. Is there anything that you guys did specifically at Saffron Road? That isn't scalable but you did them and it helps you. Get those early wins. What scalable and got to Windsor did wasn't scalable. Yes so early on before you're in twenty five thousand stores you're more nimble you're able to try different things out so you can do things that aren't able to scale but early on might help you get some little wins and successes and you can build on those. Is there anything that specifically that you guys were doing company? Yeah I think that Part of what we were doing especially in the Indian and Thai category was building a very you know at the Carrion type products that normally. We had nobody even consumers it never seen it at a retail store right so we you know put our chicken. Brianti out there which is an amazing product. I mean we're we're using a really high embossed. Matthew buys for using a recipe from a world renowned chefs and people like went out when after they loved it and they still do it grows very very fast similarly You know that's what we're looking at providing culinary excellence in an area that's very authentic. Then we felt a strong affinity among consumers especially among millennials but that was not there was no innovation of that. There's no presence without any reach our so. I think that's what surprised us was that some of those products that some people consider. Maybe you're very ethnic have become very mainstream. It's almost like chicken. Tikka Masala is the new vanilla ice cream. You know it's like it's not even necessarily considered ethics anymore most palladio's that's you know culinary fair that they have at least once a week so that was a little bit Neat frost to discover that global world cuisines have become very much a regular household item in a lot of homes and And that's something that I think we can tell you Kaplon. Add on US mentioned. It was exciting for you to discover and something that was really exciting for me to discover when I was preparing for this. Conversation is just the amount you've accomplished the number of things you've done and are currently involved with so I just I just need to know. How do you manage all of this to still run efficiently with everything you do? It's the challenge and it's not easy getting there you know and I know nobody ever said it would be but you know the journey. The better is hard And you know we're constantly trying to break through the ceiling and trying to reach new levels of excellence so it is hard balancing everything and on just plus that. I have the team that we have here. I think that If it wasn't for the passionate team members it's off the road who inspired me every day and keep me going and you know we can go through some pretty intense You know sort of deliverables here in terms of our being small and the competition and what we need to accomplish but the wonderful thing is that everybody comes together and works on solution instead of living in the problem so I think the key for us really is always keeping our eye on you know where our goals are for the next year or the next five years and then giving our team members the resources and capability to ice vacation. I mean what I'm most proud about is a number of our younger team. Members started here some of them. It was their first job. Some of them. They'd never been in the industry before and just to see them every year to Get more involved. The business increase their skill set dramatically and then contribute in a way that always surprises me on the upside. I had very fortunate that way. That a number of our key members who made started in one area in a very you know say elementary part of the business to now having responsibility for you know maybe fifteen manufacturing plants you know so it's It's just an amazing thing to see and I think the more I see team members pulling their weight in that way the more I feel inspired to continue to do what we do play on that thread of growth. I'm intrigued to know how you assess that personally. What what is still out there for you accomplish. What do you have your eyes on? T- that the The certainly the shelf stable meals category something we just started to dabble in. And we've had some good success with that especially in Cosco I think there's a very strong dynamic because the culinary capability in that category of John Up dramatically. That's also where we play. Well with you know old traditional plant based protein entrees. So I think that's going to be an area that we're going to get you to build a strong Level and and I also think that this whole conversation around five protein which has been really important. Because it's it's it's kind of disrupted and woken up consumer sister what they're eating in the frozen shelf. I think the nextwave will be animal welfare in other words consumers really want to know how. Where did the livestock come from where they humanely raised where they mindfully handled however they harvested? Which farm did they come from? So I think The whole concept of you know animal welfare and sustainability around farming and livestock is GONNA be the next wave and I think that's where our roots in that are very deep. We're one of the only brands that has a very deep blue's in terms of animal welfare. And everything would use humanely raised and so. I think that is something the next years. It is going to become much more critical well. My years have certainly peaked up just based on your history here in an understanding where things are going so. I'm certainly going to be abreast of that and staying informed they are. I've got a few quick hit questions for you. Because this conversation has just been so insightful for me so you down with a few quick ones sure. Yeah you mentioned. You were into articles staying abreast of the news and everything. What about any books? Anything that have stood the test of time for you that maybe you read when you were younger and it's really stuck with you You know I I love Daddy. Levesque's and old colleague in front of mind from kind bar is book. Do the kind thing. It's an excellent book on on how to build a brand and and all the travails you go through and building a brand And so I think that's that's a wonderful book as well and also the one on Steve jobs from kind of forgetting the author's name it's on the tip of my tongue Walter Isaacson company. Yes I thought. That was an excellent talk awesome. What about is there anything? You wish you spend a little bit more time on when you were younger that you think would have helped you out more now. I think probably Understanding the whole concept of how socially responsible businesses which is something. I was only introduced too much later in life when I had my head and urging me on Wall Street as fortunate enough to meet Gary. Her spur inventory win and I mean Fisher who really educated meal socially responsible business. I wish I had that edification a much younger age. Luckily for conversations like this you make me more aware of it in an author listener. So thank you for that final one here. If you could sit down and spend an afternoon chatting with anyone dead or alive who would be well. That's that's a good question so You know I think Steve Jobs I would love to find out more about how it's mind tick that would be a fascinating conversation in in one. I would love to watch so add non. This has been truly enlightening for me. Is The true honor to speak with a visionary and a legend as well so I thank you so much for coming on. What got you there anywhere you went to list of staying connected with you and Saffron road sure if you go to our website south on road dot com and you'll see You know pretty much. Very robust website describes the whole company and our products. And you can even put your zip code in there. And they'll tell you what stores to go what products they have in those stories so I everyone to check it out great. We'll have all that linked up in the show notes but once again. Thank you so much for joining us on. What got you there. Thank you so much on his honor to be on. You guys made it to the end of another episode of what got you there. I hope you guys enjoyed it. I really do appreciate you taking the time to listen all the way through. If you found value in this the best way you can support the show is giving us a review rating it sharing it with your friends and also sharing on social. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it looking forward. You guys listening to another episode..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"It's my, you know, it's my favorite cuisine. That's why we try to honor you on my birthday. You love the aromas. Yeah. Yeah. Love everything about it. Yeah. What's your favorite out of all the is it the ticket masala is it the I don't know. I don't know anything about Indian food it. It's. No, I just I don't I don't know anything about it. And it's overwhelming to me. It's it has it's over it's over. I ended up liking it. I just am overwhelmed by my lack of knowledge of it. I like the non, yeah, we've got some I like the bread. And then we seem to have some sort of garlic, non it's a it's a little overpowering for me. Yeah. I find the I mean, not in a bad way. But just like, whoa. Yeah. This is awesome. Because gummy chicken tacos Tikka masala targets from tan tan door unbelievable. This is the best. Thank you so much going to give it a sample there. Brendan's bus ten door is that you say that tandoor Charterhouse on Halstead. That had a feel to it. But it was a two person thing. I was Doug opening the coke and Brennan making the topic noise. Ooh. Twenty six fifty two north halls. Did you have the the? From their fusion menu. Brandon. You have the tandoori chicken tacos. Unbelievable. This. We got that. I think we got that was my best Doug's birth. This is great shredded tandoori chicken submerged in our Tikka. Masala sauce laying on corn tortillas Tarpley, Trump salon and onions with superb sauce. Great chicken. I really like it. Thanks the mysterious flavors. It's it's like it's like having Bruno in here with us. Thank you. Will you take my my miss Saigon tickets, please go tomorrow and give give us another. Yeah. Like really review of it. Never make it. I can't imagine liking because you're the only person I know they didn't like twosies. Horrible. Beds show you have over there. Rosie songs our here. The believe I have chicken Tikka masala. Okay. What does that mean? What is ticking? Musalo? You don't know about it. It's amazing. It's the sauce shut up. Why don't you? Ever if I remember correctly, you made ground Turkey sloppy Joes last night and put them on and put them on a slice of bread knowing you a slice of wheat bread. That's correct. Yeah. So I don't really I'm not interested in hearing your take on on any food. It's a spiced curry sauce chunks of chicken in a spicy curry creamy. It's creamy and orange colored orange colored. It's. Colored originally will take that the wrong way these days originates from the Punjab region of Indian subcontinent of class that's very racist pool job or her Glasgow and Scotland nobody's sure from which one. Really Gordon to Wikipedia. All right. So what does I think I had that last year? It was good. Yeah. It's not terribly. It's not a really Spicer overwhelming. It's very savory. I guess. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Very savory. There's a lot of lot of flavors in here. So I prefer the broadcast studio, which exotic isn't it? Music. We could have in the background. I can let me grab grab grab some Shankar for you should like if that's if that's your jam Brennan's enjoying the tacos. A big bite real good. Are you experiencing? Now is it? The heat flavor. Inability to talk.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But he didn't know how what to do my daughter sent me a recipe for making chicken Tikka masala wondering if it was. Right. I don't know much about recipes. I learned to cook by experimenting and believe that fretting over. Recipes kills the joy of cooking. When I arrived in Kansas City as a graduate student in chemistry from India. I knew nothing about cooking kitchen was not a place for boys. I survived the first few months on walkers and big Macs. I was a vegetarian then, but I long for the taste from home friends. Help me get started. They drove me to an Indian grocery store where I picked up some spices, though, I had no idea how to cook with them. So I tried them in different ways to see. What would I soon learned that stove top cooking is very forgiving? If you start with good ingredients. The result will be good. You really can't spoil the dish except perhaps by burning it, it may not look or taste quite like what you had in mind, but it is still edible. If you pay ten. Attention to win the different aromas are released what characteristics different spices in part or how soon the vegetables soften. You will learn to cook exactly the way you liked it. I fondly recall a time when my parents were visiting my mother was horrified at my unorthodox style of cooking. Eggplant panther with pine nuts and craisins and vehemently argued with me. My wife and father stayed out of the fray as I pleaded with my mother for her forbearance in the Endo, everyone, including my mother was pleased with the outcome. My what my daughter and to all those who fret about cooking, relax. Just get.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Food. He wanted to cook his own food. But didn't know how what to do my daughter sent me a recipe for making chicken Tikka masala wondering if it was right? I don't know much about recipes. I learned to cook by experimenting and believe that fretting over recipes kilts Ajoy of cooking. When I arrived in Kansas City as a graduate student in chemistry from India. I knew nothing about cooking kitchen was not a place for boys. I survived the first few months on walkers and big Macs. I was a vegetarian then, but I long for the taste from home friends help make it started. They drove me to an Indian grocery store where I picked up some spices, though, I had no idea how to cook with them. So I tried them in different ways to see. What would I soon learned that stove top cooking is very forgiving? If you start with good ingredients. The result will be good. You really can't spoil the dish except perhaps by burning it. It may not look or taste quite like what you had in mind, but it is still edible. If you pay attention to win the different aromas are released what characteristics different spices in part or how soon the vegetables soften. You will learn to cook exactly the way you like them. I fondly recall a time when my parents were visiting my mother was horrified at my unorthodox style of cooking Partha with pine nuts and craisins and vehemently argued with me. My wife and father stayed out of the fray as I pleaded with my mother for her forbearance in the Endo, everyone, including my mother was pleased with the outcome. My what my daughter and to all those who fret about cooking, relax. Just get started. With perceptive senses..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"I like it real spicy. Yeah, they go, well, then you know, obviously the hot the one that brings the heat. Okay. Yeah, I never feel places we get it from the even though we're ordering through the internet. These people say handle it. Yeah, they can't. They give us a step down from, I get hot. And then like if you do it just go just in the thing, say I can handle hot because I, I love hot food too, and especially like Thai food places or Indian places where they're like, look, we eat it a little bit differently than you and I'm like, no, no, no, no. I'm trying to destroy my mouth to Thailand. I get into Thailand once. Yeah, my wife has to my wife just in Ohio, Sasha over there. Oh, yeah, no, but she she does that when ordering because that's the only way they'll trust you accept. Sometimes they will get passive aggressive and you'll be like, no, no trust me like I can take the heat. Take the heat. Okay. We're gonna roll you with this food. I personally also like chicken Tikka masala miles. What is like a cool Indian dish to say. You know, I was. I was just out in the UK breath and my goodness. I had a lamb chop that normally we don't have lamb chops in the US like they put lamb like pieces of lamb, meat in in like a dish. But seldom do you have like the restaurants that we go to or have available to us like in the sort of mainstream Indian that we have in America, they don't have the lamb chop. Now my man, the lamb chop itself. Wow, is better is the best way to have a lamb chop is Indian style. I've personally, I'm Cormack guy Cormo. Yeah, I like the cream. Yes. I'm just going to write that down and that'll be my or my with a k.. Have you had indie mex-? It's not too far from Langa. Yeah, like Tex-Mex but and yeah, really mash it up. Yeah, like a like chicken Tikka masala fries. But also then they have like little case, Adidas, burrito. That's like non bread tortilla. Ooh, I found some really good. Yeah, I I was real into sushi burritos for like a month. Oh. Now that one food truck doing it out here? Yeah, I in Japanese as what we were referred to as a shonda. What are the that means shame in Yiddish LCA. Dave with something that's overrated have have really pressed my mind on this because I think a lot of things about things that I hate. That doesn't necessarily mean that they're overrated. People might even know of them, but I feel like those stupid yeezy shoes, people love those costs a lot of money. Every time I see them, they look ridiculous which went over time when because there many easies and that's true. I, I'm going, I'm I'm married. married, I. I or the Adidas easy. And then from there we talking, we talk about the easy boost fifty, three fifty v to five hundred..

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"tikka masala" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"Think overall was it was a lot better because again like hell we gain my confidence and stuff like that and the transition out to la for example was just so much better because there's diversity off fuck waku and there's i can go to a rahman place or i can go get some with my friends that are asian and like whoa for the first time actually had asian friends which i mean besides japan and never really had school so no it's definitely great wouldn't change anything about my past life if i could so didn't ask that's good oh boy yeah so do you like chinese food like the food out here i there's really good asian food except for chinese food it is so well cheap chinese food chain genghis cohen is kinda good but it's expensive there's no good cheap fast chinese food your every time i try to get it it's horrible i get tired from anywhere great like korean barbecue from pretty much anywhere rate chinese always sucks have you do you know honestly i don't eat too much food i like i like a good i grow with some spicy mocha around your throat what's what's your favorite type of asian food then i kind of go through phases is indian considered asian real i had a really good i went through the chicken tikka masala phase which is i know the most basic in when i was in amsterdam because i had a really really bad cold and i couldn't go out and the only place that delivered over aids was this indian place i ate chicken tikka masala like every day yeah so that's probably my favorite like right now no i can't go wrong japanese of course i'm biased but if i had choose something else i'd say korean barbecue call me daddy and slap me sideways i've fuse maybe later i will never call you daddy okay do you know so so is joe is benny hana's like actual actual japanese food 'cause question yeah and what so what is japanese food besides sushi shirt great question yeah japanese food has a lot of there's rahman for example sushi and his japanese as well i think i knew that i love robin as we say in japan because i don't know was a fun fact for you i guess i'm trying to think i'm blanking yucky toady there's yucky nicole which is also similar to cream barbecue where you can like grill your own meats and stuff my favorite food growing up one hundred percent because doll man you can't go wrong you like you're right it's just like all you can eat call my goodness anyways i just got really hungry yeah my god yeah i can't there's there's a lot wait what was the question before teach apennines foods don't ask me it's going on here i'd say it's it's it's not bad like definitely cool like the go in front of you is kind of a gimmick don't get me wrong but i mean it's still like japanese food it's just like americanized but so is like almost all asian places and other states have you watched you have you watched the documentary no no i i don't know i know nothing about him i don't i don't like that kind of music i never listened to it but i'm on a huge documentary kick and i saw it on ethics and i washed it and it was really good and his dad is the founder of benny hana no way yeah and he was also like a like a japanese celebrity stunt man that would like try to break the sound barrier okay the ocean and was just crazy has like got in boat accidents and like and that was his dad oh my goodness it was crazy yeah no since he didn't watch it we can't talk about thanks of trying to sabotage my fucking pie anyway i don't i don't know much about your youtube video sir because i don't want you to know and i should and that's probably why so bad at it no because i don't study either but upload more i wanna watch more videos i have some that are edited and i'm kind of gathering up because i'm traveling a lot this month okay so i'm going to get them already start them and then so i have some time to just go traveling i.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I went i went and bought a phone just text i asked because on on my comments remind system real names and it's just it it gets rid of all the junk in when people rings this is not there is no public window on this this isn't a website where you're writing me in front of other people it's literally sm bess so it won't bother me if you call yourself something that no one else calls you in fact after more special but it's it's just texting relationship and yeah experiments again last time i'll say it but thank you for having me philip alex has been a pleasure talking with you all and learning and detox it up and keep holding folks accountable i love her thank you detox it up baby great to see you very today go have that guy i think it's curry i think you're having chicken tikka masala smells good i don't trust what's happening right now it's really concerning i'm like does my router snitching do i have amazon oh man it smells good would that be it smells a little it's a little little taste of the east good i'm actually honestly very hungry right now this is very much helping i detect a little coriander cumin i'm going to cry on said i because cardamoms in there that's going to be good i'm gonna let you guys imagine eating life to your point mr editor in chief of the crunch pace news out licks will.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Walk up giants win got the warriors in about an hour it is a great day for your sports fan maybe you played hooky from work maybe you're off the day maybe you called in sick and you weren't sick you just faked it said you had some bad indian food or something like that i mean who knows you could have done that too i have no problem with that today today was a day to say i had some bad chicken tikka masala no weasing jews be smith is leaving i think i got him out of here because i was be smith yesterday bad indian food many times of an infant my life a lot and we'd have gotten sick none chicken tikka masala is killing it and the chicken vindaloo killing it garlic non killing it absolutely killing it oh jeez mitt bringing in some good news for where fans andre agassi dollars going to make his return tonight he well plays was the last six games with a knee injury and he's going to he got a suit up and he's going to get out there on the court though that'd be a nice calming in a in an atmosphere like the night would they're going to be all fired up ready to go to be nice to have andrea out there because the honor is always a calming influence and it'll be more of a calming influence tonight or maybe not more becoming influenced me more important tonight to have him out there as a calming influence because every look they know it everyone knows it you go down three oh it's pretty much over it's never happened in the nba never happened in the nba finals.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Okay so hope you guys doug the interview there is a video version of the interview you can watch that on marvel com and social media where we put all videos and youtube and all that good stuff so check that out along with a bunch of other videos there was one episode of the universe that went out this week that had really adorable groot and rocket raccoon yeah marvel universe live there they were helping justin make a trash omland yeah and it is i would eat that i eat omelets fairly often crate through it didn't have cheese as far as elbow and cheese usually the thing that holds it all together but it was like egg with rice thunder tikka masala was a chicken tikka masala which is probably why didn't have cheese because it's scott scott your cream element that's fair i've eaten justin's cooking before i know it's going to be good yeah it's going to be amazing and delicious i trust the justin knows what he's doing yes my takeaway was at this is a really excellent conversation about food waste which is a major issue because people throw away perfectly edible food just because it looks or seems like it might not be good so he takes a bunch of things that look like they should be thrown out and he actually turns it into something called attraction which is actually look does look really good things from the food is also just in watching marvel universe live just looks like he's just child because i i went we did a whole segment for whip the big marvel show when that was still running behind the scenes with marvel universe live watched the show surrounded by children who were losing their minds it was yeah like they were just freaking out because they were seeing their superheroes in front of them it's his wonderful experience so great that the things that those performers can do is.

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"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tikka masala" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Okay so hope you guys doug the interview there is a video version of the interview you can watch that on marvel com and social media where we put all videos and youtube and all that good stuff so check that out along with a bunch of other videos there was one episode of the universe that went out this week that had really adorable groot and rocket raccoon yeah marvel universe live there they were helping justin make a trash omland yeah and it is i would eat that i eat omelets fairly often crate through it didn't have cheese as far as elbow and cheese usually the thing that holds it all together but it was like egg with rice thunder tikka masala was a chicken tikka masala which is probably why didn't have cheese because it's scott scott your cream element that's fair i've eaten justin's cooking before i know it's going to be good yeah it's going to be amazing and delicious i trust the justin knows what he's doing yes my takeaway was at this is a really excellent conversation about food waste which is a major issue because people throw away perfectly edible food just because it looks or seems like it might not be good so he takes a bunch of things that look like they should be thrown out and he actually turns it into something called attraction which is actually look does look really good things from the food is also just in watching marvel universe live just looks like he's just child because i i went we did a whole segment for whip the big marvel show when that was still running behind the scenes with marvel universe live watched the show surrounded by children who were losing their minds it was yeah like they were just freaking out because they were seeing their superheroes in front of them it's his wonderful experience so great that the things that those performers can do is.

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